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On Buried Bones, journalist Kate Winkler Dawson and retired investigator Paul Holes dissect some of history’s most compelling true crime cases from centuries ago. Together, they explore these very old cases through a 21st century lens. With their years of expertise and knowledge of modern forensics, they reflect on how far science has come and bring new insight to old mysteries. Together, Kate and Paul have examined many cases including the 1932 Lindbergh baby kidnapping, the first time fing ...
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Boom: A Serial Drama

Observer Pictures | Realm

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Porter is a 30 something Nashville native that takes his best friend, Genevieve out on a date...finally. What happens the next day changes his life forever. We follow him as he struggles physically and emotionally over the trauma of what happened and the regression that comes with finding out who’s responsible. CONTENT WARNING: This podcast contains moments of trauma and violence including physical attacks, bombs, and gun violence.
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Fall of a Titan

SI True Crime

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July 4, 2009. Former NFL quarterback Steve McNair is found murdered in his Nashville condo. After just four days of investigating it was ruled a murder-suicide. But what if it wasn’t? Over the course of this nine-part series, host Tim Rohan will guide you through the McNair case, reviewing the findings and re-examining crucial details in a new light.
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Neighbors

Great Feeling Studios

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A show about what connects with Jakob Lewis. Neighbors is a production of Great Feeling Studios www.greatfeelingstudios.com Join “The Neighborhood” on Patreon.
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Classic storytelling can be found around many campfires and in any Disney film. In so many cases, the very best of stories from our personal lives are heard repeatedly over years without ever being recorded. Tim Larson and Liz Wylder knew that WROK radio’s 100th birthday in 2023 would be a great springboard for this project. Future sit downs would certainly rekindle old friendships and, undoubtedly, allow everyone to learn something about the people they thought they knew well. The lightbulb ...
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Searching For Ghosts: The Case Of Nancy Lynn Blankenship

Brandon Barnett/Left Of Nashville Podcast Network

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Fourteen year-old Cayce Lynn McDaniel returned to her family's home in Milan, Tennessee at approximately 12:30 a.m. on August 16, 1996 after a church party. A chaperone dropped her off and watched her go into the house. Other family members arrived at their residence at approximately 1:30 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. and discovered that the TV in Cayce’s bedroom was on, a bowl of cereal was left on the kitchen table and the back door was open. There was no sign of McDaniel inside the house and she has n ...
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LESS THAN LIVE is a bi-weekly podcast about comics from all angles. Join New York Times best-selling comic creator Kate Leth as she discusses the world of comics and what she's been up to lately. Kate answers questions from listeners and she interviews her friends and favourite creators in the comic industry. So join her on this journey into geek culture!
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Nashville Off The Record is a show where the host, Jamie Kenney, gets to sit down and have a drink with the creators, writers, and musicians, who give this town its legendary reputation. We get behind the scenes look at the music industry and the stories behind the songs with some of the greatest storytellers of all time.
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Become a more inventive, imaginative you. Every week, Guy Raz (creator of How I Built This) leads a deep dive conversation with someone at the top of their game. From conquering stage fright to learning to be more present and focused, you'll learn how each guest mastered their craft and ultimately became more successful in life. The result? An arsenal of tools and techniques you can apply to your own life and work, allowing you to harness your talent and become a better version of yourself.
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Ghosting Around with Kathleen DeRose and John Cason

Kathleen DeRose and John Cason, Ghost Stories and Ghost Hunters

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Broadcasting from “Ghoast to Ghoast” from Spookane, Washington to Boo York City, this is “Ghosting around” with your Ghosts/Hosts, Kathleen DeRose and John Cason, where we talk about haunted places across America. Each week, we explore one town, one city or one travel destination and tell you about their ghosts. Basically, it’s a podcast ghost tour. Follow us on Instagram @ghostingaroundpodcast Email us at ghostingaroundpodcast@gmail.com Logo by Emily Anne Follow her on Instagram @EmilyAnneT ...
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Public Relations Review Podcast

Peter C Woolfolk, Producer & Host

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An award-winning podcast with host Peter Woolfolk discussing public relations topics, issues, and more with public relations professionals, educators, vendors, and others. Seasoned professionals provide expert content useful in your daily PR projects. Guests from around the U.S. {and some international} are interviewed, all while providing substantive information of interest to public relations professionals at all levels. APPLE ranks this podcast among the "Top 1%" of podcasts worldwide. Re ...
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Restaurant Fiction reviews the fictional restaurants, fictional bars, and fictional clubs featured in TV & Film and talks to the writers, directors, producers, executives and other talent who had a major hand in them.
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The Quest Company is a group of storytellers playing through our own homebrewed adventures on this live-play RPG podcast! We started out with the “Main Quest,” our ongoing Dungeons & Dragons fifth edition campaign. We now have a flourishing menagerie of “Side Quests” where we bring in guest artists from the Nashville theatre community, try out other exciting game systems, and get to make more fun and unique stories together. Join The Quest Company today!
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Entrepreneurship has been one of the slowest fields to reflect the diversity of the US. Why is that? Join Brittany Cole, Chief Equity & Inclusion Officer at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, as she explores barriers experienced by founders of color. In each episode, Brittany speaks with incredible Black and Brown founders about how they have overcome obstacles to success and discovered solutions that help level the playing field.
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Phil Vassar's Songs from the Cellar

American Songwriter, Steve Mandile

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In 2015, Phil completed his underground wine cellar at his 1929-built Nashville estate. Filled with cocktail favorites, candles and, what else, a piano, the cellar quickly became his favorite place to write, play and hang out with friends. The environment inspired his idea to create a series with his talented friends. Songs from the Cellar was born! SFTC will feature artists, songwriters, entertainers, athletes, comedians and wine enthusiasts will be guests on the show. Each episode will spo ...
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The MAKE IT Podcast

Chris Barkley & Nicholas Buggs

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The MAKE IT podcast salutes the Indie Film Creative. Join us weekly for candid conversations with seasoned pros, offering advice, knowledge, and industry insights to fast-track the journey for aspiring film professionals. Discover inspiration and guidance tailored for your cinematic path. Enjoy the journey? Dive deeper at www.themakeitpodcast.com and follow us on Instagram and X @_makeitpodcast.
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Bill Cody and Tim Larson had only talked briefly on the phone six months prior to sitting down in the showcase studio of WSM Radio inside the Opryland Hotel. Their careers oddly have run parallel so the stories were very easy. Even if you're not a huge country music fan, you are sure to enjoy this conversation. Recorded May 28, 2024.…
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Phil Elverum has recorded more than 40 albums and documented decades of his life in song – first as “The Microphones” and then as “Mount Eerie”. In this episode, Phil talks with Guy about his musical beginnings playing the tuba, the 40-minute song that tells his life story, and the album he wrote about his wife's death – a project that resonated st…
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What do you think of this podcast? Please give it a review! Thank you! Embark on an illuminating voyage into the heart of public relations with Nathan Miller, a maestro of communication whose career spans from journalism in Los Angeles to the United Nations. Host Peter Woolfolk chats with Nathan as he maps out his dynamic path, revealing how key de…
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Rick "Spiff" Carner is joined by John Strandin along with Tim Larson. Spiff was the director of the commercial writing department and co-host of the WZOK morning show with Randy Cook. Spiff's time with Nolte Communications in Rockford, Illinois was 1981-1986. John was a member of the award winning news department for twenty four years. Recorded in …
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Know Good Music Podcast Magazine for JUNE 2024 We cover a lot of ground on today's podcast. We start with "give it a listen" with a new song by the UK band VIOLENT HEARTS "Johnny I'm only Speeding" ... think the Primitives meet the Clash... then we go right into our Music News Brief, Album Anniversaries, New Releases, What's in Rob's Pile, New Musi…
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Hello, Hello! In this episode, Chris and Nick talk with filmmaker and festival director Jon Fitzgerald. They discuss Jon's career path from filmmaker to festival director, his advocacy work helping other filmmakers, and his efforts to leverage film for social change. Jon shares insights from his experiences running festivals, making documentaries, …
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Tim Larson and Louise Mandrell first met on her tour bus at a northern Illinois county fair in 1979. They visited again in backstage dressing rooms in 1980 and 1981 before Louise and her sisters, Barbara and Irlene, kicked off their successful variety television show on NBC. Louise and Tim literally bumped into each other backstage at the Grand Ole…
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In this week's episode, Paul and Kate head to 1806 Augusta, Maine where neighbors are alerted to an active crime scene but are unable to stop almost an entire family from being murdered. With archaic technology, multiple murder weapons, and some survivor statements, will there be enough to close this case? Support this podcast by shopping our lates…
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Michael Lewis is one of the most successful authors in recent memory. And in this episode, he dives deep into exactly how he tells unforgettable stories… from “Moneyball”, “The Big Short”, and “The Blind Side” – all adopted into feature films – to his newest bestseller, “Going Infinite” (about Sam Bankman-Fried). You’ll learn how to “surf the world…
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A short About Me video of how my cooking experience in numerous restaurants adds to the depth and richness of the fictional restaurants I review. Hungry for more culinary adventures through the lens of your favorite TV shows and movies? You've just savored another episode of Restaurant Fiction, where we dish out the stories behind the most iconic f…
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Jeremy joins Rob today for another great interview. You may know Elliott Fullam from the movie TERRIFIER 2 (one of mine and Jeremy's favorite movies) where he played one of the main characters "Jonathan" but he is also an accomplished songwriter and has released 3 albums in the last couple of years. Jeremy and I had a great time talking MUSIC and H…
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On today’s episode, Kate and Paul head to 1978 Washington, D.C. where a cab driver is murdered while finishing his shift. With the dual employments of ballistics and hair analysis, multiple suspects are found in this case that has a truly all-time epilogue. Support this podcast by shopping our latest sponsor deals and promotions at this link: https…
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Hello, Hello! On this episode of the MAKE IT podcast, Chris and Nick discuss their passion for filmmaking and creativity. They explore questions of love and doubt, barriers to creative expression, and industry insights. The hosts also analyze characters from GI Joe, power dynamics in Hollywood, and the appreciation of artists at film festivals. We …
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Ben Platt is an actor, singer, and songwriter who’s quickly become one of the most decorated performers of his generation. He sits down with Guy to talk about his first professional acting role at age 9, breaking out in “Pitch Perfect” and the runaway success of “Dear Evan Hansen,” finding his voice as an “authentically” queer artist, and the secre…
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Tim decided to set up his equipment on the shores of the Kanawha River in Charleston, West Virginia on the Friday before Memorial Day Weekend 2024. The state capital was over his shoulder as the radio stories from forty years ago poured out. Tim worked at WKAZ/WQBE and WVSR radio stations from 1982-1984 when he was in his early twenties. Recorded M…
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What do you think of this podcast? Please give it a review! Thank you! Embark on a journey of entrepreneurial wisdom with PR mavens Liselle DeGrave and Rachel Dickman as they join host Peter Woolfolk to unveil the roadmap to building a thriving public relations firm from scratch. Get an insider's look at their evolution from aspiring business owner…
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Seth Meyers was a key player in creating some of the best seasons of Saturday Night Live. Now he's hosting Late Night in the very same building. In this classic episode from 2023, you’ll hear how his two-person comedy show in Chicago randomly landed him in front of just the right person to get him an audition at SNL. Seth also opens up about the an…
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60 YEARS AGO! On May 20th 1964 two icons came together. One was an established singer/actor, the other an up and coming singer/actress. The world would never be the same once everyone saw ELVIS and ANN MARGARET steam up the screens. This is our 3rd Elvis movie (out of 33) that Rob and Jeremy are reviewing. Did we like the movie? Is it our favorite …
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Hello, Hello! In this episode, Chris talks with Actor Sara Antonio. They discuss her acting journey and experiences in television and film, sharing insights into scene study techniques, audition strategies, and mental wellness in the industry. Sara also reflects on memorable roles and working alongside icons like Louis Gossett Jr., offering advice …
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In this week's second part of a two-parter, Paul and Kate return to rural Iowa where an investigator tries to locate a murder weapon and the family dog becomes a major factor in the case. Support this podcast by shopping our latest sponsor deals and promotions at this link: https://bit.ly/4buCoMc Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm…
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Michael McDonald brought his legendary singing voice and songwriting talent to not one but two legendary bands: Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers, the latter of which earned him a spot in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Michael sits down with Guy to talk about writing classic songs on envelopes and forgetting about them for years; feeling self-consc…
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In this exciting episode, we dive into Quentin Tarantino's iconic film, Pulp Fiction! Join us as we explore the film's intricate narrative, unforgettable characters, and legendary scenes. 🍔 Special Feature: We have an exclusive interview with Antonio Ylanan, the founder of the prestigious Silver Screen Club in Los Angeles. Antonio shares his expert…
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What do you think of this podcast? Please give it a review! Thank you! Unlock the power of precision in your media interviews with the unrivaled expertise of Dorothy Crenshaw from Mod-Op. As host Peter Woolfolk launches the discussion to explore the critical strategies for shaping your narrative, you'll learn how to come to any interview armed with…
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New PODCAST RELEASE - INTERVIEW with Australian Singer / Songwriter (and now resident of Nashville) IMOGEN CLARK! Rob and Matt had a great fun conversation with the greatly talented Imogen Clark. We had a ton of laughs (which is always a good thing). Besides bringing up Springsteen, Colin Hay, Sheena Easton and Sheryl Crow we talk about her big mov…
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In today's episode, the first part of a two-parter, Kate and Paul head to 1900 Iowa where a rural family of 12 experiences a sudden act of violence. Using what rudimentary techniques were available, several suspects emerge. Support this podcast by shopping our latest sponsor deals and promotions at this link: https://bit.ly/4buCoMc Learn more about…
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Hello, Hello! In this episode, Chris and Nick talk with filmmaker Nathan Rigaud. Nathan shares his background and experience in filmmaking, including working on sets and creating his own animated content. They discuss challenges in the indie film industry and the importance of proper planning, collaboration, and starting small. The group also explo…
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T Bone Burnett is one of the most accomplished music producers of the past 50 years. He sits down with Guy to talk about buying a recording studio at age 17; being pushed out of his creative comfort zone by Bob Dylan on the Rolling Thunder Revue tour; building soundtracks for the Coen Brothers and True Detective; and why, at age 76, he’s the happie…
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Pot Luck of Music Monthly Edition On today's podcast we have a couple of monumental album anniversaries we cover which are Bruce Springsteen's BORN IN THE U.S.A. and Price PURPLE RAIN along with some other not so monumental releases. We start out with our segment : Give It A Listen with NY singer/songwriter LESLIE MENDELSON and her new single "The …
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On today's episode, the conclusion of a two-parter, Paul and Kate return to Austin, Texas as more bodies are found brutally murdered in an eerily similar fashion. After a possible unique print is left at a few crime scenes, the town is on the lookout for a specific offender. Support this podcast by shopping our latest sponsor deals and promotions a…
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David Duchovny sits down with Guy to talk about his wide-ranging creative life. He describes the “gut instinct” that led him to drop out of a Yale literature program and pursue acting; his iconic roles as Agent Mulder in The X-Files and Hank Moody in Californication; why he writes novels and makes music; and embracing failure as a critical learning…
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Join us on Restaurant Fiction as we dive into an enriching conversation with Simon Majumdar, renowned Food Network personality and host of the "Eat My Globe" podcast. In this captivating Part 2 of our series, Simon takes us through a delectable journey into the origins and cultural significance of fish and chips, sharing anecdotes and historical in…
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What do you think of this podcast? Please give it a review! Thank you! Embarking on an ethical odyssey, host Peter Woolfolk engages with PRSA board members Michelle Egan and Dr. Cayce Myers to examine the delicate interplay between AI advancements and moral directives in public relations. Prepare to navigate the terrain of AI tools, such as ChatGPT…
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Hello, Hello! In this episode of The MAKE IT Podcast, Chris and Nick discuss the current state of film, television, and streaming content. They delve into topics around content overload, authenticity, influencer personas, and actors' early roles. The hosts also play a trivia game, guessing actors' first feature films and providing film recommendati…
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In this week's episode, the first of a two-parter, Kate and Paul head to 1884 Austin, Texas. After a string of grisly murders, the entire town is on edge as black domestic workers specifically seem to be the ones being targeted. Support this podcast by shopping our latest sponsor deals and promotions at this link: https://bit.ly/4buCoMc Learn more …
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Lainey Wilson burst onto the country music scene in 2022 with her album Sayin’ What I’m Thinkin’. But for seven years before that, she struggled to make it in the high-pressure Nashville music scene. And before that, she was a kid from a tiny town in rural Louisiana with a dream of being a country star. In this encore episode from 2023, Lainey join…
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Set sail with Matt and Rob as they take you on a journey from Thunder Island to Baker Street. So it had to happen sooner or later. On today's podcast Matt and Rob talk about Yacht Rock. Many years ago we just called it "cheesy 70s music". Rob always had a love for those "cheesy" love ballads. Matt and I go through the history of yacht rock and when…
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In this week's episode, Paul and Kate head to a farm in Plainfield, New York in 1878 where an escaped bull leads to the discovery of a possible murder victim. After investigating the farm hands and the crime scene a lot more work is left to be done. Support this podcast by shopping our latest sponsor deals and promotions at this link: https://bit.l…
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Join us on the latest episode of the Restaurant Fiction Podcast as we explore the culinary wonders of 'Maximal,' the iconic fictional restaurant from the Netflix hit, Always Be My Maybe. Special guest Simon Majumdar, renowned Food Network judge, shares his expert insights into what makes 'Maximal' a standout in the world of fictional eateries. Dive…
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Hello, Hello! In this episode, we have a conversation with Cinematographer Micah Simms. Chris interviews Micah about his career journey and experiences working in commercials and films. They discuss Micah's passion for the craft of Cinematography and his collaborative work with Directors like Motke Dapp. We also talk about: - Techniques for lightin…
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One of the first – and biggest – stars of the MTV era, Billy Idol is nothing short of a rock icon. He sits down with Guy Raz to share how the Sex Pistols inspired him to start a band instead of working for his dad; the stories behind the songs “Dancing with Myself” and “Rebel Yell”; his famously edgy image and lifestyle; and the workout routine tha…
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What do you think of this podcast? Please give it a review! Thank you! Unlock the secrets to revolutionizing college media and communication strategies with Carroll Community College's President, Dr. James Ball, and Chief Communications Officer, Lisa Slappy. The thoughtful discussion with host Peter Woolfolk peels back the layers of their transform…
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