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The Night Show with Mitch Churi

iHeartPodcasts Australia & KIIS

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The Night Show with Mitch Churi throws the ultimate after-work party mixing the latest hits with your favourite celeb guests, while wrapping up the day that was in a not so little neat bow! LIVE Weeknights from 7 on the KIIS Network across Australia.
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JoJo shares his obsession with ghosts, ufo's and the supernatural with celebrities and everyday people! Do you believe? Have a paranormal encounter? Call JoJo! 833-682-UFO1 (8361)
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Concealed with Art Simone

iHeartPodcasts Australia & KIIS

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If there’s something drag queen Art Simone knows about, it’s what it’s like to live a double life. In this podcast, Art talks to seemingly ordinary Australians who are concealing an outrageous secret, job or hobby. Can you guess what they’re hiding from the world?
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Family Feud The Podcast

iHeartPodcasts Australia, KIIS & Fremantle Media

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The gameshow you know and love is a podcast! Join host Pete Helliar and Australia’s funniest celebrities as they fight for glory in Family Feud. Are you ready to play along? Let’s Feud!
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Join Sisanie on her journey as she experiences motherhood for the first time... with twins! Each week Sisanie gives listeners a glimpse into life at home with her twins, Aiza and Maxon, and both seeks advice and gives advice while answering listener questions.
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Beata and JoJo from KIIS FM in Los Angeles, love talking music and radio, but when it's football season...all they talk is football! Check out this Fantasy Football podcast for people who are in a league, but aren't experts.
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In today's world, it can be hard to keep everything straight. Like, what we *are* and *are NOT* supposed to be eating this month? Which personality test should we be taking? Do I need ALL of these dating apps? Alex Gervasi is on a mission to learn about it ALL and be better by talking to real people with real experience. She may not always get it right, but at least she's trying her best!
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Club Killers Radio is a 100% free high energy mix series featuring up & coming DJ talent from every major city in the USA & the world. Every mix is at least 60 minutes long & is filled with the best in cutting edge club anthems to keep your adrenaline pumping during those workouts or long drives. Club Killers Radio is hosted by one of the USA's most listened to DJs, Alex Dreamz. Who can be heard across the country on 102.7 KIIS FM in Los Angeles, iHeartRadio, & Sirius XM Ch. 11. We appreciat ...
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Culture-Wise is your connection to what's important in Jamaican music & pop culture. Each episode focuses on highlighting the global influence of our culture and its historical context while providing a platform for Jamaicans to talk about Jamaican culture through thoughtful discussions, interviews, and music reviews. Available every Friday with hosts Romii K and Kii. Follow us @culturewisepod on IG & Twitter and Culture-Wise Network on Facebook. Subscribe, tune in, and let's hol a reason, c ...
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Life is hard. Let's get through it together. Join The Roastmaster General as he takes on "Touchy Subjects", interviews people smarter than him and pays tribute to the recently deceased, so they can properly Roast In Peace. Intro by Kii Arens Photo by Mindy Tucker
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Another movie podcast by two know-it-all guys—Akhil Arora and Rohan Naahar—killing their careers and burning bridges in Bollywood one review at a time. New episodes weekly. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-long-take/support
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The Kulturecast

Weirding Way Media

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The Kulturecast is a movie weekly podcast where movies are reviewed both new and old, those involved with making the films are talked to, and cinema tangents are gone on. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-kulturecast--2883470/support.
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Anupama Chopra is a film critic, television anchor and book author. She has been writing about Bollywood since 1993. Her work has appeared in publications such as The New York Times, Hindustan Times, The Los Angeles Times and Vogue (India). Here you can find all of her interviews and conversations with Bollywood and Hollywood's leading actors and filmmakers. In short, everything you need to enhance your cinematic experience. Millions of listeners seek out Bingepods (Ideabrew Studios Network ...
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Former counselor & music exec, host Joanna Basile brings you off-the-cuff conversations with some of her favorite people and well-known friends. Listen as Basile & Co. take deep dives into unexpected topics that may enlighten, motivate and even challenge you. Join her on the road to redemption as she navigates life in the middle lane.
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Dames of Radio: The Women Behind the Mic follows female on air personalities currently working in the radio industry. We are looking behind the mic to see every woman's personal and professional career journey. Tune in each week for the good, bad and funny with host Nudia! #DamesofRadio
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Prabhat Samgiita Tour

Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar

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Shrii Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar, aka Shrii Shrii Anandamurti and affectionately called Baba (Father), is widely viewed as the preeminent spiritual master of the 20th Century. Among his many and varied achievements, he gave 5018 sublime songs, most of them in Bengali and all of them in the last eight years of his life. This collection of mystic music is known as Prabhat Samgiita (Songs of Prabhat). Since late in 2013, Ac. Abhidevananda Avadhuta has been translating the lyrics of Prabhat Samgiita ...
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Why should there be a “secret to success”? Actually, there isn’t—the info is just being circulated in rooms that most people lack access to. Consider this your invitation to join us at the table. The OkayCopy podcast brings you into the inner circle of the insiders, decision makers and creators driving the advertising and branding industry forward, globally. We take the high-level conversations out of the echo chambers, and remove the mystery around how creative decisions are made. There are ...
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Twin-Cities ex-pat, L.A. transplant, and Local H’s album cover go-to guy in the ‘00s — Kii Arens joins us on the show this week. But as you’ll hear, all is not smooth and bump-free in podcasting land. Nevertheless, we managed to talk with our ol’ pal about huge boy bands in the UK, singing on KISS records, opening up for DIO as a mime, Jack The Rap…
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The Kulturecast's Chris Stachiw and guest Josh Hurtado take listeners on a fascinating journey into the world of Bollywood cinema with their deep dive into "Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani." From discussing the film's intricate storytelling and character development to exploring its cultural nuances and societal commentary, the hosts provide a rich a…
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It’s legend time again around here at the LIFERS podcast. Of all the bands to emerge from the punk explosion of the late ‘70s, few were as adept at fusing melody and fury in quite the same way that the great Stiff Little Fingers were. Seminal in every way, SLF would go on to influence Naked Raygun, Green Day, and pretty much every punk band that ev…
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The Kulturecast takes a deep dive into the 2016 Bollywood film "Fan," exploring its bold choices, impressive CGI work, and complex themes. The hosts express mixed feelings about the movie but ultimately find it intriguing and worth discussing, especially for fans of Indian cinema and Shah Rukh Khan. With a detailed analysis of the performances, nar…
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Chris Stachiw, The Projection Booth's Mike White and Father Malone analyze the film "Civil War" with a critical eye, delving deep into its shortcomings and missed opportunities. With a blend of disappointment and frustration, the hosts compare the film to other works in the genre, highlighting where "Civil War" falls short in terms of plot logic, c…
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In an exclusive interview with Anupama Chopra, Vineeth Sreenivasan discusses his film "Varshangalkku Shesham," featuring Pranav Mohanlal and Nivin Pauly. He shares his inspirations and reflects on his career choice. Sreenivasan elaborates on his on-set experience, where the friendly crew indulged in cricket matches all-day, sometimes overshadowing …
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80's TV Ladies Susan Lambert and Sharon Johnson join Chris to explore Alfred Hitchcock's timeless legacy as a master of suspense and thriller cinema, focusing on the 1966 film "Torn Curtain." With a perfect blend of personal anecdotes, critical analysis, and historical context, the hosts delve deep into the performances, storytelling, and impact of…
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Is Amar Singh Chamkila a long-awaited return to form for director Imtiaz Ali, or is it another let-down from the once-promising filmmaker? We discuss the film’s inventive approach to the music biopic genre, if not narratively then at least formally. We also talk about Diljit Dosanjh and Parineeti Chopra’s central performances as the slain husband-w…
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In this exclusive podcast with Anupama Chopra, filmmaker Dibakar Banerjee talks about LSD 2, Tees being shelved by Netflix, the impact filmmakers like Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane and him have had on shaping the Hindi cinema in the last decade. He delves into the processes involved in casting the actors for Love Sex Aur Dhokha 2, and what m…
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In this conversation with Anupama Chopra, the actor and director of the upcoming Amar Singh Chamkila biopic - Diljit Dosanjh and Imtiaz Ali delve into the nitty-gritty of the film, their shared admiration for Punjab, and how it’s most adrenaline charged, yet the most poetic state. They tell us what it’s like to work with the purest of souls on set,…
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Spencer Parsons and Chris Stachiw dive into the world of Bollywood with their discussion of a unique adaptation of Shakespeare's Hamlet set against the backdrop of the Kashmir conflict. With Spencer praising the performances and Chris questioning the deviations from the original story, the hosts offer differing perspectives on the film's narrative …
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Around here at the LIFERS Podcast — we kinda HATE April Fool’s Day. And now you people are gonna hear about it! PLUS: Taco Bell, “Rampage”, a mini-round of WHAT’S THE BEST: Lemonheads, Japanese “Alias” bootlegs, Un-punk Gabe, River vs. Rivers, Joe Flaherty, The Wisconsin Film Festival, “Tuff Turf” vs. Tuff TERFs, dumbbells, and we may or may not be…
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Aattam, the latest Malayalam-language gem that further solidifies the industry’s artistic stronghold on the cinema landscape of the country, offers an inventive spin on the whodunnit genre. We discuss the film’s gripping narrative, ambitious social commentary, and director Anand Ekarshi’s bold voice. We also talk about the many moral quandaries tha…
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Susan Lambert Hatem, Chris Stachiw, and Richard Hatem bring a refreshing blend of humor and heartfelt discussions to the world of film analysis. With their unique take on movies like "Truly, Madly, Deeply," the hosts dive deep into the themes of grief, love, and everything in between, all while keeping listeners entertained with their witty banter …
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Doni Blair is the kind of lifer that isn’t content to just sit around between tours and wait for the call. He likes to get his ass kicked. Literally. You probably know him as the bass playing dynamo in The Toadies — but an ever growing number of people know Doni as a practitioner, instructor, and advocate of martial arts training. In fact, he wrote…
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The Kulturecast hosts dive deep into the timeless classic Hollywood musical "Singing in the Rain," delving into the film's iconic musical numbers, the technical brilliance of Gene Kelly's choreography, and the lasting impact of the genre. With a blend of admiration and critique, the hosts explore the magic of watching classic films on the big scree…
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Chris Stachiw, and 80's TV Ladies Susan Lambert take listeners on a hilarious and insightful journey through the world of musicals, focusing on the beloved classic "The Sound of Music." With their witty banter and contrasting perspectives, Stachiw and Lambert explore the film's cultural significance, production design, and music with humor and char…
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Chris Stachiw, Josh Hurtado, and Jess Byard provide a riveting analysis of the film "Downrange," capturing the essence of its unique camera work, tension-building techniques, and subversive nature. The hosts delve deep into the nihilistic tone of the film, exploring the lack of motive behind the sniper character's actions and the senseless violence…
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Anirudh Ravichander dissects his musical journey with Anupama Chopra, with a tour of his incredible garage studio. From his debut sensation "Why This Kolaveri Di", to orchestrating scores for blockbuster films like Jawan, Jailer, Vikram & Leo - the composer takes us through his collaborations with eminent directors like Atlee, Lokesh Kanagaraj, Nel…
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Is Fighter another in the long and increasingly problematic line of hyper-nationalistic Indian action movies, or is its biggest problem that it can’t look beyond star Hrithik Roshan? We discuss the many missteps that director Siddharth Anand makes in his follow-up to Pathaan, the unnecessary songs and the momentum-killing asides, but we also talk a…
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It's been a bit of a rough week over in LIFERS podcast land. Ben had unexpected oral surgery, Scott had to unexpectedly travel, and Gabe is still unexpectedly living in Florida. But don't fear, faithful listener. A few weeks back we played a mighty fun round of What's The Best with Bruce Lamont, and this snowy blowy day in the midwest seems as good…
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Murder Mubarak lowers the bar even further for Netflix India, and feels like a particularly annoying missed opportunity. We talk about the inept filmmaking, the strange structure, and the over-the-top performances of its ensemble cast. We also wonder how the finished film can look like something that was snatched away from director Homi Adajania an…
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Chris Stachiw, guest Rod Lott, and author Andrew J. Rausch take listeners on a wild ride through the gruesome world of Herschel Gordon Lewis's cult classic film, "Blood Feast." With a mix of humor and insight, the hosts discuss the film's graphic gore, amateur acting, and bizarre Egyptian themes, while sharing personal anecdotes and behind-the-scen…
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The hosts of The Kulturecast dive deep into the chaotic and unexpected world of the cult classic "Versus," exploring its tumultuous production history, over-the-top action sequences, and genre-defying elements. With insightful analysis and humorous commentary, Father Malone, Chris Stachiw, and Ryan Verrill take listeners on a wild ride through the …
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Scott has a lot of friends who are also great songwriters. But none of them are geniuses. Except for Kevin Tihista. This week we finally welcome the legendary singer-songwriter to the show. We talk to Kevin about his musical influences, growing up in Santa Cruz, being an extra in “The Lost Boys”, playing bass for Triplefastaction, the difficult tra…
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Merry Christmas, director Sriram Raghavan’s follow-up to the critical and commercial hit Andhadhun, is nothing to celebrate. We discuss the film’s lack of discernible aesthetic, the complete absence of any spark between stars Katrina Kaif and Vijay Sethupathi, and its baffling climax. Along the way, we discuss the decision to reduce an important ch…
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Hosts Mike White and Chris Stachiw dig deep into their thoughts on Dune Part Two, offering insightful commentary on the character development, narrative structure, and challenges of adapting such a complex world to the big screen. With differing opinions on the film, the hosts provide a well-rounded discussion on the strengths and weaknesses of the…
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Scott’s “solo” band —Scott Lucas & The Married Men— is actually a fairly large and open ended collective of Chicago music scene veterans and dyed in the wool lifers (it’s also a close-knit family of friends, but we’ll get to that). The list of bands that the members of The Married Men have been in (and continue to be in) could make up its own podca…
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Dune: Part Two is being called one of the greatest sequels ever made. It isn’t. We discuss the problems that we’ve had with both Dune films, our issues with their cold tone, the seemingly rushed plot despite a nearly three-hour run-time, and the sheer number of characters to keep track of. But we also appreciate director Denis Villeneuve’s handling…
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When word got out in 1982 that Wax Trax Records was looking for a house photographer, Bobby Talamine stepped up to answer the call. And he’s never looked back. Still out there photographing and championing bands he loves, you can spot Bobby in the pit of just about any show in Chicago (large or small) — looking to get the shot. On this episode we t…
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