Best dystopian podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast
 
In an isolated valley nestled in a mountain range near the sea, Mollyville thrives in a self-policing, self-sustainable community. It has beaches, cliffs, forests and a system of unknowably vast subterranean caverns that extend beyond sight. Social media is a construct of the past. No emails. No smart phones. No telephones. In this small community, a married man with a bitter ex-girlfriend struggles to maintain his cool, keep his woman and stay in character as things fall apart. Miles away, ...
 
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Dystopian Rhythm
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Dystopian Rhythm Techno Label From Detroit
 
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Dystopian Dance Party
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Pop culture conversation with a flagrant disregard for audience, by Zach and Callie of dystopiandanceparty.com.
 
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2298 - A Dystopian Fantasy
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Years after an invasion nearly destroys Earth, a new society has coalesced around the only thing left: the internet. The Network makes sure Profiles eat right & stay focused but no. 24 - thanks to the sudden appearance of a mysterious bird - is finding that difficult.
 
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Trumperama! (And Other Dystopian Nightmares)
 
Getting What We Deserve!
 
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Rover Red: Alone in Apocalypse
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Rover Red is a listener-driven post-apocalyptic epic that follows Leah, a girl who has lived her entire life thinking and being taught that the compound she’s been raised within holds the last of humankind. When her brother, Jonah, is kidnapped, she leaves the compound to search for him. While she’s out searching, the compound is destroyed, leaving Leah alone to travel across a dystopian wasteland in search of her brother. She soon realizes that those inside her compound were not the last hu ...
 
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The Failed Cities Monologues
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In a hardboiled dystopian future, one major American city has been divided in two. Separated by much more than a river, one side is an unfinished technological marvel populated by mega-skyscrapers where the wealthy live, work, and play.
 
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Rover Universe
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Rover Red is a post-apocalyptic epic that follows Leah, a girl who has lived her entire life thinking and being taught that the compound she’s been raised within holds the last of humankind. When her brother, Jonah, is kidnapped, she leaves the compound to search for him. While she’s out searching, the compound is destroyed, leaving Leah alone to travel across a dystopian wasteland in search of her brother. She soon realizes that those inside her compound were not the last humans on earth… S ...
 
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EDYL - The Reading Department
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It's 2046 and Jake Radley has the career opportunity of a lifetime. But to take it he needs to acquire a strange, mysterious new skill. A skill that that could ruin his life. But a skill that is needed to find out who leaked a startling scientific discovery that has the whole world in uproar. Drama, intrigue and an extreme test of loyalties for Jake in this unique science fiction spy story.
 
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Classics At Josey's Cafe
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Welcome to Classics at Josey´s Cafe…I´m Jose, so I decided to get my buddies and talk about classics. That being, classic shows, movies etc. We have an enormous list of classic movies and tv shows that we enjoy, including some forgotten ones. We are looking backwards and rummaging through old stuff, along with some that we feel are instant classics.
 
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Zombie Radio » Zombie Radio
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This is the Zombie Radio podcast inspired by Jack Wallen's I Zombie book series. Your personal soundtrack to the end of the world
 
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Gabbin' With the Godking
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In the distant future lies the city-state of Stairopolis ruled by the jovial Godking, Stairmaster each week he holds a town hall meeting for his cherished citizens hosted by Secretary of Beverages, Swanson and Secretary of the People, Kiorein. Together, they discuss the issues plaguing the people and look for practical solutions to their plights.
 
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Traci L. Slatton Podcasts
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This is author Traci L. Slatton interviewing independent thinkers and reading blogposts and chapters of her books.
 
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The FourFiftyOne
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We are The FourFiftyOne, a podcast for the Resistance. Our hosts are Summer Brennan, Jesse Hirsch, and Jonathan Mann, two journalists and a musician discussing what it means to be an American in the age of Trump."The FourFiftyOne" takes its name from the book Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, set in a dystopian America where books are outlawed and any that are found are burned. The book's name comes from the assumed temperature at which paper will burst into flame.
 
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Radio Free Dystopia
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A podcast about what we learn when facts and dystopian fiction start to look the same. Join dystopian novelist Toby Ball, journalist Meg Heckman and assorted guests as they talk about authoritarianism, free speech, environmental decay and what it means to commit acts of resistance. Also: Power, privilege, freedom and – perhaps most importantly of all – hope.
 
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Portentous Perils in the 23rd Century
 
Future Dystopian Steampunk SciFi adventures with an intrepid journalist, her aunt and a curiously attractive Media Sales Executive.
 
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Cyberpunk 7
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A cyberpunk / dystopian / speculative podcast that discusses TV, film, games and books of and relating to the Cyberpunk Genre. THE source for all things Cyberpunk.
 
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element270 podcast
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Element 270 is a podcast dedicated to Dystopian Wars, Armoured Clash and Dystopian Legions, a range of table-top miniatures games by Spartan Games. The hosts for the show are Giles Pritchard, Peter Fontebasso, and Reese Plank
 
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The Sleeper Awakes by H. G. Wells
 
Originally serialized from 1898 to 1903, Wells later made some crucial changes to the piece to create a flawless dystopian science fiction novel published in 1910 and renamed The Sleeper Awakes. The novel focuses on an Englishman, who falls in a deep sleep lasting two centuries, and sees him wake up in an unrecognizable setting and extremely wealthy. An enthralling tale of dystopian society depicted through a colorful imagination, The Sleeper Awakes concentrates on topics including dystopia, ...
 
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Afterlife the Podiobook
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Listen to the first episode of the fast paced, Young Adult, British dystopian novel Afterlife for free. A group of teens, from a sinister version of future Britain, are scattered across the Afterlife. Can they figure it out before it’s too late?Continue the story on www.afterlifethenovel.com.
 
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Anatomy of Next: Utopia
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In Anatomy of Next's first season: Utopia we challenged our culture’s dystopian beliefs about technology and forwarded a vision of a future worth working toward. In our second season, we show how humanity might build its first new world on Mars.
 
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Fight the Future - LoadingReadyRun
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What if your world, and everything you were brought up to believe, turned out to be a lie - except your feelings for the cute boy or girl you just met? Each episode, Dan and Paul take an in-depth look at a world portrayed in a Young Adult dystopian movie or book. How did they colour code uniforms in The Giver when everyone sees in black and white? In Divergent, what faction do sketch comedians belong to? These questions and more will discussed on Fight the Future!
 
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Dystopic Boys
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Discussion about the good and the bad in the world of dystopian movies
 
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Ice and The Face
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A weekly Dystopian comedy podcast hosted by Rick and Sarah! We usually have guests, a few drinks, and some interesting conversation, to say the least. Our motto: "Hilarity over feelings." So grab yourself a 12-pack or a bottle of champagne and subscribe to this verbal hell on earth while we drive this bad boy drunk until the wheels fall off!
 
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M+K Talk Y.A.
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Join M and K as they discuss the latest young adult series, from dystopian futures to high-fantasy adventures (and of course a little bit of nonsense in between). www.mandktalkya.com
 
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Verboten Transmissions
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Verboten Transmissions arrive from a future New York, a dystopian police state littered with surveillance cameras and urban decay. Musical expression, dancing, free thought, and fun of any kind are strictly forbidden. Luckily, Verboten's freedom fighters smuggle out pirated transmissions from the underground: exclusive live and studio sets from the world's best techno and house DJs, beamed straight into the brains of all you hipsters, freaks, and party girls on iTunes, Soundcloud and YouTube ...
 
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Iron Heel, The by LONDON, Jack
 
A dystopian novel about the terrible oppressions of an American oligarchy at the beginning of the Twentieth Century, and the struggles of a socialist revolutionary movement. (Introduction by Matt Soar)
 
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Dystopic Radio Network Mega Feed
 
All things dystopian! TV, Film, Comics, Gaming, Books and more, tune in now and join the revolution!
 
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Last Frequency
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Discussion about current and upcoming releases in the dystopian world of TV, Film, and Gaming
 
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Food for Thought Police
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Discussion of dystopian stories and what they mean for us today.
 
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Moving the Mountain by GILMAN, Charlotte Perkins
 
Moving the Mountain is a feminist utopian novel written by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. It was published serially in Perkins Gilman's periodical The Forerunner and then in book form, both in 1911. The book was one element in the major wave of utopian and dystopian literature that marked the later nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The novel was also the first volume in Gilman's utopian trilogy; it was followed by the famous Herland (1915) and its sequel, With Her in Ourland (1916). John ...
 
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Plazaville Series
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In a dystopian future New York, a computer enslaves the human race and is slowly erasing all emotions. Lemmy Caution, a hard-boiled detective investigates the situation. Based on Godard's Alphaville, it is a deconstructed media arts piece in short episodes. The piece is non-linear and will be presented as a video installation work when it is completed. Music by Bram Barker, Johan Van Barel, G.H. Hovagimyan, Stefan L. Smith. Plazaville is a 2009 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, In ...
 
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Anthem, Version 4 by RAND, Ayn
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Ayn Rand is best known for her classics Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead. One of her earlier works, Anthem, is a dystopian vision of a world in which “self” has been abolished and people have become nothing more than parts of a greater “collective.” Rooted in her own experiences fleeing from the communist Russia of the 1920’s, as well as the rise of fascism in Italy and National Socialism in Germany, Rand wrote Anthem as a warning to all concerned with losing personal identity in an ever ...
 
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NATIONAL VICTORY RADIO
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The Revolution is over. Resistance is Futile. Welcome to America after the War. Welcome to America after the Revolution.Welome to the Community Radio of your dystopian future.
 
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Anthem (version 2) by RAND, Ayn
 
Anthem is a dystopian fiction novella by Ayn Rand, written in 1937 and first published in 1938 in England. It takes place at some unspecified future date when mankind has entered another dark age characterized by irrationality, collectivism, and socialistic thinking and economics. Technological advancement is now carefully planned (when it is allowed to occur at all) and the concept of individuality has been eliminated (for example, the use of the word "I" is punishable by death). (Summary b ...
 
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Anthem (version 2) by RAND, Ayn
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Anthem is a dystopian fiction novella by Ayn Rand, written in 1937 and first published in 1938 in England. It takes place at some unspecified future date when mankind has entered another dark age characterized by irrationality, collectivism, and socialistic thinking and economics. Technological advancement is now carefully planned (when it is allowed to occur at all) and the concept of individuality has been eliminated (for example, the use of the word "I" is punishable by death). (Summary b ...
 
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Machine Stops, The by FORSTER, E. M.
 
The Machine Stops is a short science fiction story. It describes a world in which almost all humans have lost the ability to live on the surface of the Earth. Each individual lives in isolation in a 'cell', with all bodily and spiritual needs met by the omnipotent, global Machine. Most humans welcome this development, as they are skeptical and fearful of first-hand experience. People forget that humans created the Machine, and treat it as a mystical entity whose needs supersede their own. Th ...
 
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The Failed Cities Monologues
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In a hardboiled dystopian future, one major American city has been divided in two. Separated by much more than a river, one side is an unfinished technological marvel populated by mega-skyscrapers where the wealthy live, work, and play. The other is a forsaken wasteland where order is strictly maintained by a rogue group of cleric soldiers known as the street preachers. But this dichotomy is about to change. Slowly, quietly, clandestine forces are working to undermine the small piece of rede ...
 
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Special Bonus Podcast
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An increasingly absurdist comedy that seems to unravel more with each episode. Join Swaam Handley and Sylvester Apron, two podcasters with obviously fake names, as they embark on an ambitious journey to document their rise to the dizzying heights of pod-success, even as they descend into a dystopian future controlled by our new Robot overlords. 1 1 1 1 1
 
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Biblio's Blood
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A Christian dystopian romance SciFi serial novel.Could a conscious machine be born again? What if it were transgender?Set in Salt Lake City at the end of days with a cast of characters that includes a passing maniac, Super Hero wannabe, a baritone mainframe, repentant Terminator and a homicidal elevator.
 
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Crome Yellow, Version 2 by HUXLEY, Aldous
 
Fascinating and brilliant at many levels, Huxley's spoof of Lady Ottoline Morrell's famous bohemian gatherings is difficult to categorize. The ironic tone and caricaturish rendering of some characters makes it partly entertaining satire, but intertwined with the irony are a very human love story and much poignant social commentary. Denis Stone (Huxley himself) is a young poet hopelessly enamored of the languid Anne Wimbush, who comes to Priscilla Wimbush's Crome estate for several weeks of i ...
 
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The Mollyville Podcast
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In an isolated valley nestled in a mountain range near the sea, Mollyville thrives in a self-policing, self-sustainable community. It has beaches, cliffs, forests and a system of unknowably vast subterranean caverns that extend beyond sight. Social media is a construct of the past. No emails. No smart phones. No telephones. In this small community, a married man with a bitter ex-girlfriend struggles to maintain his cool, keep his woman and stay in character as things fall apart. Miles away, ...
 
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Motor City Shadows
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Motor City Shadows is a Radio Drama set in the city of Detroit within the dystopian universe of the Sixth World of Shadowrun. The main characters are Shadowrunners, outlaws of a corrupt and exploitative society from which they have either fled or been exiled. From these shadows the characters strike back at the mega corporations that have stolen control of every nation on the planet from the helpless citizens within. One day our heroes may be free from the Shadows. Until then, they will be f ...
 
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Electric Vicuña Productions Podcast
 
"Stories of Mystery and Murder, Fantasy and the Freaky, Suspense and Science Fiction, Comedy and the Courageous! The Electric Vicuña Production Podcast is a full collection of the original Audio Theatre from Jack J. Ward. Each episode Jack Ward delves into radio plays from nearly two decades of productions. Whether it's the anthology collection of tales of the macabre like "Darker Musings" or crime features like "The Dead Line" or stories of Dystopian futures like "Wave Front" or pulp-poundi ...
 
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Te Piringa Kararehe - The Animal Shelter
 
We discuss a broad range of subjects within this kaupapa, including: animal exploitation, animal welfare, companion animals, and the divide between “native” and “introduced” species. Our programme is made up of feature interviews, discussions of prevalent issues in the media, film and book reviews, plant-based kai suggestions, and an eclectic mix of music. Haere mai – we hope you’ll tune in every second Monday at 5pm!Te Piringa Kararehe – The Animal Shelter is brought to you by:Kirsty Dunn K ...
 
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Nordfront October 20, 2017 It is #NordicThursday once again and Nordic Frontier is here to deliver! This week we start out with talking about the Whole 30 Diet once again, Andreas is now on day 11 of the 30 and is feeling high energy. In the comments from last week we had a question regarding dairy products and we talk about the ill effects you ...…
 
An eagerly anticipated sequel is bringing us new visions of a dystopian LA. Here are KUSC’s Gail Eichenthal and LA Times and KUSC film critic Kenneth Turan on Blade Runner 2049.
 
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Book Club for Masochists
 
Pack your bags, because it’s time for our episode about non-fiction Travel books! We talk about haunted libraries, North Korea, Komodo dragons, and lightning farms. Plus: Technical difficulties! You can download the podcast directly, find it on Libsyn, or get it through iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or your favourite podcast delivery system. In ...…
 
Can you Adam and Believe it?! It's only bloody Toy Story!We discuss both the 1995 movie and the accompanying for the Super Nintendo (SNES)!Within our discussions are subjects such as; Is Woody really an evil dictator of a small dystopian society? Why does muscle man have such an incredibly hard time of things? And why would you throw a cinder b ...…
 
We're continuing our re-visitation of "Episodes from the Crypt", where we delve into the darker side of life. This time we're delving into nihilism and a dystopian future when we discuss Gary Numan/Tubeway Army's second studio album, 1979's "Replicas". And we're bringing Josh Carlsen along for the ride. "Replicas" was a bit of a shift from Tube ...…
 
On today’s review only episode of the show, host Tom Breen is joined by New Haven Independent reporter Allan Appel to talk about Blade Runner 2049, the new sci-fi-film-noir from director Denis Villeneuve that offers another look at the dystopian American future of uncanny androids and commercialized urban decay originally envisioned by Ridley S ...…
 
Is your job going to be taken by a robot and will the automation of the workforce create a jobless dystopian future? Here's the teaser for episode 3 in the Project 10 Podcast series.
 
Vinh, Pat and Dave fast forward to the future to discuss the dystopian world of Denis Villeneuve’s Bladerunner. We also touch on a few other releases and upcoming events but its pretty much all about our replicant friends this week!
 
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Two Peas in a Podcast: A podcast about relationships
 
Did you know Blade Runner 2048 is three hours long? Neither did we! But as they say in the dystopian future, "It's better late then never!"In this episode we talk about squash the vegetable, the problem of too much texting, and on who is having the most sex and who isn't happy about it!Subscribe and review on iTunes and Apple Podcasts: https:// ...…
 
Natalie and Tracy talk about reality shows, dystopian fiction, the campy low-budget shows of our youth, and the highbrow historically-accurate shows of our present. Find links to stuff we mentioned this episode on our website, come chat with us on Twitter, or sign up for our newsletter to get our weekly curated assortment of fun links, recipes, ...…
 
“Yes, I want to be empathetic to the pain in the world and bring about justice and restoration that’s not just about satisfying the aching of my own soul but that’s actually about living into redemption and reconciliation with all that is living.” — Levi Gardner Founder & Executive Director, Urban Roots Urban Roots is a small urban community fa ...…
 
The indie game Papers, Please describes itself as a "Dystopian Document Thriller," and this week we try to morph that idea into a weekly episodic television show. Special appearance by Limp Bizkit. Bizket? Biscuit? Who fucking cares.
 
Dystopian themes abound in popular culture. In a world wracked by climate change, war, mass migration and a growing gulf between the super-rich and everyone else, imagining the worst has become its own industry. But what might it feel like to live and work in a future society that has begun to heal a damaged planet even as people continue to be ...…
 
ARTPRIZE Nine Artist Jordyn Fishman unpacks her ArtPrize entry #65746 “Income Inequality, Imagine” “Income Inequality, Imagine” is one of those pieces that you stand in front of and look at for a long time. I certainly did. It’s very large at 24 feet long, also there’s a lot of sh*t going on—it’s a scene—three scenes really. “Triptych” is the t ...…
 
Join Nicholas Kory as he narrates his book, Cybersaurus: The Awakening. Regina Santos rushes to save her husband, Stanley Mason, in the dystopian, cyberpunk future of 2119. A new episode every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday! Help support the NovelCast by becoming a Patron! Enjoy listening to audiobooks? Visit audiobooks.com/novelcast and get sta ...…
 
It’s time for another quarterly book club discussion! Unwind by Neal Shusterman is a dystopian tale of a society where unwanted teens are salvaged for their body parts and three runaways fight the system that would “unwind” them. Unwind is a book that challenges readers about life, not just where life begins, and where it ends, but what it trul ...…
 
(Featured Image: That Poster, 1981; © Warner Bros.) This episode, I’m taking a little break from the University of Salford Purple Reign conference to talk to musician Paul Bonomo, a.k.a. Snax. We discuss Prince’s professional and personal impact on Paul, of course, but we also speak more broadly to the two-way flow of influence between Prince a ...…
 
This week, we review the debut of The Beautiful Death and dive into the week's reading list, including Crosswind, Saga, Clue, Image Plus, Glitter Bomb Fame Game, Redneck, and Night Owl Society. Elsewhere, we discuss the Happy teaser, Deadly Class and Runaways coming to TV, It sequel, Tom King's workload, Venom, and Marvel Legacy. Next week's De ...…
 
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Dynasty Podcasts: Chicagoverse
 
Dynasty PodcastsChicagoverse 150 - Matt Musehttp://dynastypodcasts.comhttps://soundcloud.com/dynastypodcasts Chicago musician, poet, and educator Matt Muse makes his Dynasty Podcasts debut in an interview recorded at Virgin Hotels. Muse looks back on growing up in a household filled with music, with his mother in the choir and his father a hous ...…
 
Reviewed this episode: The Florida Project, The Battle of the Sexes (I for an I) Interested or Ignore: American Made Trivia: Tom Cruise Castmate Movie Trivia CinemaWAR: Which movie hat is more iconic Indiana Jone’s Fedora or Sherlock Holme’s Deerhunter? Sponsored by: Cards Against Humanity Since the dawn of recorded history, and in every civili ...…
 
We delve into some dystopian futures this week as we look at 1986’s Charles Band produced film Robot Holocaust and then take a trip to The Bronx to find a lawless society that is fighting against a fascist corporate regime in 1990: The Bronx Warriors. Seems a little too real now a days. We delve into other stuff we’ve been watching which includ ...…
 
Joel Willans, creator of Very Finnish Problems and author of the best-selling book 101 Very Finnish Problems, chats with clothing industry activist and sci-fi writer Rinna Saramäki about the evils of the clothing industry. Thomas Nybergh, co-host and producer of the show, is skeptical about ethical consumerism and likes his sci-fi bleak and dys ...…
 
The Dystopian Dance Party podcast is back, and we’re out for blood. This episode, we catch up on what’s been going on during our two-month hiatus and talk about Gene Simmons (naturally), the 20th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII, and the 70th anniversary of Marc Bolan. Please look out for more in the next couple of months–we have a lot of excit ...…
 
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The Final Countdown Podcast
 
67- In 2019 during the massive Trump food riots an Austrian guy named Ben Richards gets framed for firing into the crowd of civilians. What follows is a comedic joy ride through the 1987's Running Man. The Running Man was original conceived in the mind of Steven King as a dystopian tale that follows a fugitive from justice trying to stay alive ...…
 
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Rice In My Lunchbox
 
On this episode Abel and Paul make their way to Iron Gate, tucked away in the heart of Dupont Circle. This garden oasis in Washington DC specializes in Mediterranean SMALL plates, well-crafted cocktails, and a broad selection of premium wines. The boys discuss Anthony Bourdain and freedom of speech, their admiration of Andrew Zimmern, and ask “ ...…
 
Download the Podcast Here Join us friends; high school calls. However, while our spirits are willing, our minds are gradually being reduced to the consistency of good old Grandma Bookend’s famous kedgeree dish. This week we read chapters 13-16 of the McDonalds endorsed masterpiece Sonic High School, where oh so much happens... Shadow goes on a ...…
 
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Inside Daily Brief Newsletter
 
President Trump sparked a media storm on Sunday when he retweeted a doctored GIF showing him hitting a golf ball that strikes Hillary Clinton in the back of the head. The image stitches together footage of Trump playing golf with a recording of Clinton tripping while boarding a plane in 2011. "The reaction was predictable. Critics were outraged ...…
 
A.M. Filipkowski is fascinated by dystopian fiction. This is the starting point for his aural projects. He attributes this to growing up in inner city Detroit, and watching as the city seemed to die around him. Remnants of industry diminished into a barren wasteland engraved a mark on him that is expressed in the sounds he creates. He is also t ...…
 
It’s been just under two months since I started interviewing presenters from this spring’s interdisciplinary Prince conference at the University of Salford, and I’ve been absolutely thrilled with the results. But all good things must come to an end, so I had planned to make this chat with writer Erica Thompson the last of my post-conference pod ...…
 
Emma Kate Lewis is a Maltese writer who is way too polite and lovely to be on this podcast. Host Ryan Sim does his best to crush her well-intentioned excitement about The National's new album to dust, and she does her best to indulge his grievances. I think this is what they call discourse? Anyway, "Sleep Well Beast" sounds like a Coldplay albu ...…
 
Mandeville, LA – If You Want Your Identity Back Then Start Thinking Small Is Still Beautiful – At least once a week I get the chance to talk about the problem of human scale and the fact that in ‘Muricah these days we have so very little knowledge and use of it. During those talks the topic […]
 
Special Guests: Steven E. de Souza, Kurt Fuller, George Linder, Rob Cohen Guest Co-Hosts: Andrew Nette, Aaron Peterson Set in the distant year of 2017, The Running Man (1987) is set in a dystopian world where reality television rules the airwaves and the most popular show pits criminals against muscle-bound, spandex-clad “stalkers”. Based loose ...…
 
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What Book Hooked You?
 
The debut novel, Rebel Seoul by Axie Oh is a YA dystopian story set in a futuristic Seoul, Korea. Listen in as Axie discusses the journey of this novel and the books that she enjoyed throughout her life. Episode Mentions: Beauty The Blue Sword The Hero and the Crown The Forestwife Redwall Dragonlance Unicorns of Balinor The Royal Diaries Babysi ...…
 
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Foovies Podcast
 
Join us for another mouth-watering episode of the Foovies Podcast! This episode is on "Delicatessen" a French black comedy from the director of "Amelie". Set in a dystopian future where food is scarce, exists a butcher shop/apartment that eat human flesh. In addition there's clowns, chimpanzees, and wide angle lenses It's very French. We go hea ...…
 
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Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church
 
Paul told the church that we know what time it is, that salvation is nearer than when we became believers, but our track record at predicting the end of the world seems to say otherwise. Pat Robertson declared in 1990 that the world would probably end in 2007. It’s a good thing he used the word “probably.” He was wrong. Isaac Newton, along with ...…
 
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Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church
 
Paul told the church that we know what time it is, that salvation is nearer than when we became believers, but our track record at predicting the end of the world seems to say otherwise. Pat Robertson declared in 1990 that the world would probably end in 2007. It’s a good thing he used the word “probably.” He was wrong. Isaac Newton, along with ...…
 
Ahoy, Passengers! Welcome aboard the 14th ride with The DeRailers! For today's first stop we venture out to the 'high' seas to discuss Pirates! So sit back, relax and enjoy today's DeRailment. Listen on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/wrasslenerds-present-the-derailers/id1242028376?mt=2 Listen on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/p ...…
 
Just under two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of speaking with two more presenters from the University of Salford’s interdisciplinary Prince conference: Joni Todd and Karen Turman, who you may know by reputation as the “esoteric French panel.” But if all that sounds a little too highbrow, don’t worry; we mostly talked about Prince’s impeccable f ...…
 
A scientific adventure through the land of molecular legos, the dystopian oceans of the post-climate change future, and the colorful frontiers that may open to the colorblind after a new gene therapy treatment.
 
So Joel Osteen was banished from our Mountain this week. We go over the long term implications of more Hurricane Harveys. Trump's announcement that we will stick around in Afghanistan also has us questioning what does the future hold for the country and the world. So we played a game to determine what kind of depressing dystopian future we can ...…
 
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