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I'm an “abstract and brief chronicler” of that cockeyed caravan called life. Exploring the netherworld of my brain and hopefully shed a little light into yours. Minor musings on everything and nothing, where accomplishment prevails over celebrity, insight over bombast and… where conventional wisdom is not wisdom.
 
In a world of box-office blockbusters and binge-watching, a trio of friends have assembled together to watch everything ever created. They are The Screen Addicts and they are here to deliver a podcast that is insightful, comical and the greatest sound your ears will ever hear. Prepare to empty your DVRs and watch queues, as the Screen Addicts Podcast is here to be your guide.
 
Embark on mayhem-filled, morally-questionable quests for wealth, honor, and crunchy corn chips! Dungeons & Doritos is the classic RPG audio drama that brings tabletop gaming to life with cinematic sound effects and score. Join Jamela the dragonborn, Chair the dwarf that used to be furniture, Vimak the goliath, Jen’Ifer the tiefling, Barty the roguish performer, and Lefty the pirate queen as they get saucy with gods, haggle with horrors, surf through hell, and scarf down innumerable triangula ...
 
Podcasting from Middle Tennessee to the entire galaxy in 128kbs of Glorious, Lifelike Stereophonic sound - this is RadiOblivion with Professor Michael T - where I provide Better Living Through Discarded Music with Wild Sounds and Rock 'n' Roll right here at RadiOblivion.com on yer internet dial.
 
Embark on mayhem-filled, morally-questionable quests for wealth, honor, and crunchy corn chips! Dungeons & Doritos is the classic RPG audio drama that brings tabletop gaming to life with cinematic sound effects and score. Join Jamela the dragonborn, Chair the dwarf that used to be furniture, Vimak the goliath, Jen’Ifer the tiefling, Barty the roguish performer, and Lefty the pirate queen as they get saucy with gods, haggle with horrors, surf through hell, and scarf down innumerable triangula ...
 
Join George Scocca as he talks everything fishing in New York waters. George launched one of the first sportfishing sites ever in 1995 - noreast.com - and he can now be found at his new fishing home - www.nyangler.comListen to George as he addresses the many issues facing recreational anglers in New York from Montauk to The Hudson River. He has been fishing these waters along with the fine freshwater fishing that can be found in downstate New York for over 40-years.
 
Are you looking for inspiration? Journey with us as we unpack the human experience with Icons, Culture makers, and Outliers. We'll explore, discover, and laugh through a wealth of truth, stories, and wisdom with guests in entertainment, literature, the culture at large, and beyond, so that you may take inspired action and shift your life! Here’s to life, today and everyday! Executive Produced by Patrick A. Howell
 
This is where the Southern Highlands of America buck dances with the "Motherland" - big ole Africa... Yesterday, today & tomorrow. Worldwide, Hollers, Nooks & Crannies, Appalachian Old-Time music, Afro-Beats, Hillbilly Blues, Country & Eastern, Banjo & Fiddle tunes, Xalam & Kora improv, Griots bills paid in full, Boubon & Highlife, Mento Breakdowns, Oud laments, Field Recordings from the darkest basements, Holler Dub & Jungle Mixes, Self-determination & Sustainable designs, Finger picking gu ...
 
From Cam TaitMy love of listening to voices, sound effects and music goes back to my teenage days. Radio personality Bob Comfort did a piece on 630 CHED called Posters for Your Mind, combining his voice telling a story and then, very cleverly, picking a current piece of music to drive home the point.It made an impeccable impact.And, it inspired me to, maybe, make a profession as a radio producer.Back in the early 1970s, though, technology was … well, a turntable, a cassette tape recorder and ...
 
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You know what it's like when you discover a band that was around a long time ago, and then you inevitably go down a rabbit hole and discover a whole lot more music in a “Kevin Bacon six degrees of separation” kind of way? That's happened to me over the last few months. Welcome to episode 151 of Love That Album. A few months back, Christian Swain at…
 
[EP 78] In this episode of Unexpected English, we visit a surf shop in San Diego. Why not take five minutes to listen just for fun, and practice your listening skills at the same time? There is a TRANSCRIPTION below to help you! [INTRO ... then music, then let's go!] So was driving down the street and I saw sign that said surf... surf shop, and I t…
 
Aaron Chang is an internationally acclaimed fine art photographer, an evolving spirit, and a humble creative. One who captures the ocean, the sun… the surf - like no other. Known for being the Creator of Modern Surf Photography, he’s redefining the sport of modern surfing through his lens. He’s traveled to over 50 countries for films, travel journa…
 
Anyone who's listened to the podcast for a while or hung around the LTA Facebook group long enough knows that my favourite working band is Los Lobos. You'd also possibly be aware that group saxophonist and keyboard player Steve Berlin has joined me on LTA in the past AND on See Hear.....well, Steve's baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack. Welcome to ep…
 
[EP 77] Unexpected English brings you five minutes of real American English from California. Practice your English listening skills with short, fun topics. In this episode we talk to members of a car club. Use the transcription below to help you understand if you need it!.[INTRO: no transcription].[Interview:] So I'm here talking with the members o…
 
In 1970, The Beach Boys' Sunflower LP got great reviews but stalled at #151 on the US charts. The next year, the group's Surf's Up album got great reviews and made it to a better #29. Fifty years later the box set Feel Flows: The Sunflower & Surf's Up Sessions - 1969-1971 debuted all the way at #9. The Beach Boys, it seems, were made for these time…
 
"I'm a loner Dottie. A rebel." On this new episode of the show, our very own Cinema Steve is holding down the fort as he runs down a list of the best films that feature one character or actor in a film. You can follow the Screen Addicts on any of the following social media pages: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/screenaddictspodcast Twitter: http…
 
[EP 76] In this episode, I visit a Vegan Food Truck, and YOU get to practice listening to something fun in real American English! Use the transcription below to help you! [PODCAST INTRO, where I say the wrong episode number 😅 but no other transcription] ... [INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPTION:] So I was walking down the street and I spotted a food truck. So I…
 
The 1970s going into the early 1980s are generally regarded as a purple patch of Australian cinema – The Australian New Wave. Film makers had financial support. Audiences wanted to see their own backyard on the big screen (before bloody cultural cringe set in again). There were films that focused on T&A and machismo, there were a lot of period piec…
 
This is Part II of a 2 part series celebrating and looking closely at the Fischer family musical legacy to our times and the world. Grammy-winning producer, composer, arranger Brent Fischer carries on the legacy of his legendary father, Dr. Clare Fischer. Brent's arranging credits appear on over 30 million albums to include: Usher, Michael Jackson,…
 
[EP 75] Thanks for listening to this special birthday episode of Unexpected English, where you can practice your English listening skills in a fun way in less than five minutes. OK, it's too late to send a birthday present, but... it would be a kindness if you shared the podcast with a friend! Follow on Spotify and Instagram, and tell your friends!…
 
I am Tori Reid and I have a long standing tradition called “Tori Sundays” where I tune in, in order to tune up. Call it meditation. Dancing. Dancing with the universe. Dancing in my innerverse. Reading. Call it prayer. Writing. Call it really loving myself. For me, that’s Tori Sundays. I've put my all into these shows. But really, they are sharings…
 
Welcome to part 2 of the Love That Album 10 Year Anniversary extravaganza. If you missed the first part, I asked 7 previous co hosts to recommend some favourite albums recorded over the lifespan of the show. In part 1, I had the first four guests (Ian McFarlane, Jeff Jenkins, Eric Peterson and Heather Drain). The three remaining guests who will sha…
 
A decade ago (July 14, 2011 to be precise), I unleashed the first episode of Love That Album podcast on the world. Music journalist and massive Bruce Springsteen fan, Jeff Jenkins and I debated which was a better album from the Boss – The Wild, The Innocent and the E Street Shuffle (me) or Darkness On The Edge of Town (Jeff). I'm pretty sure I won.…
 
[EP 74] This is a special edition for the 4th of July, because of a new world record! Have fun practicing your English listening in just five minutes with your favorite English podcast, Unexpected English! [Transcription] Hey everybody, it's Louis, and this is a special Fourth of July edition of Unexpected English. I say it's a special edition beca…
 
Remember episode 133 of the show where I spoke with hosts of some of my favourite shows within the Pantheon Podcast Network about their favourite live albums? You don't? Go back and listen to that show....I'll wait. Welcome to episode 146 of Love That Album. So after that episode came out, no one at all asked me, “What are some of YOUR favourite li…
 
Some may know him as Ray Campbell on Sister, Sister, and others as Venus Flytrap on WKRP in Cincinnati. And then there are those who fondly recall him as Frank Parrish on Frank’s Place, or others as "Downtown Brown" on Simon and Simon. But none of these aliases hold a candle to the man, distinct, renowned and an original in his own right. He is cal…
 
Hosts Mark Dillon and Phil Miglioratti provide a preview of the forthcoming documentary Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road and report on a virtual press conference featuring director Brent Wilson, Rolling Stone's Jason Fine - who is featured in the film - and Brian himself! Their conversation covers songs that tell the movie's story, those Brian has …
 
[EP 73] Love cupcakes? Love English? Want some fun listening? Let's do this! [Transcript] Hi everybody, this is Louis and you're listening to another episode of Unexpected English, your favorite English podcast! Now, you know I say that just because I like to say it, not because I think it's true. But what IS true: CUPCAKES ARE YUMMY!! ...is that t…
 
Last week Prince enjoyed a birthday. He remains one of the most celebrated pop artist of the 20th century and the soundtrack by which many artists measure their own creations and draw inspiration from. In this episode of Here’s to Life’s, Tori Reid explores the music and orchestral arrangements of some of his most widely celebrated albums including…
 
"We were on a break" for the last weeks, but we are back with a new episode. This week, we head to Central Perk to discuss the Friends Reunion. While we are there we begin to wonder what other shows would make for a great reunion. You can follow us on any of the following links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/screenaddictspodcast Twitter: https…
 
Part II: This episode bookends our March Women's History Month as a tall glass of sweet Virginian iced tea between Tori Reid and her step mother. We celebrate the 25th anniversary of the series finale (May 20, 1996) of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air". Our Aunt Viv discusses her sweet joy and well lived memories from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Reunio…
 
Melbournians are a resilient lot. We had some of the harshest lockdowns anywhere in the world during 2020 (very necessarily – I won't argue with anyone on that point). Most of us got through it with good humour, grace, and countless Zoom meetings. One song kept going through my head the whole time – it should have become the Victorian state anthem.…
 
On this week's episode, we log into our computer terminals and rundown our favorite computer/hacking-themed films. This is also a sad moment for the show as we log off one of our own. Listen as we say good-bye to our very own Jerimie. He won't be gone forever, just for now. Access the command line, don't forget your passwords and download this epis…
 
[EP 72] Content Warning, drugs! [Street interview episode] So I'm taking my daily walk, walking down the street and I walked by this vehicle with open windows and I get a powerful odor of what is currently called ... marijuana. ---> LISTEN NOW! [4:20 = time to get high] --- Hey everybody it's me, Louis. Welcome back to another episode of Unexpected…
 
Part II: This Mother’s Day, we continue our tribute to the iconic and legendary Cicely Tyson. For Part I in Episode 15 “What Makes Cicely Tyson, Cicely Tyson”, we heard lovingly from those who were mentored by her, worked with her and knew her. For this Part II, we speak with culture makers and great spirits as Debbie Allen, Bill Duke, and Daphne M…
 
On this episode, the 4th is with us as we celebrate "Star Wars Day." We discuss some of our favorite moments and characters from the series, but Chris ties it all together as he shares his monumental family vacation to Disney World, where he literally ventured on "galaxy's edge." You can follow The Screen Addicts Podcast on the following social med…
 
[EP71] What is Uptalk? Have you heard it? Is it a joke, a bad habit, or a real thing? Learn about this American English speaking style in this episode of Unexpected English! Transition here below to help! Transcription: Hey everybody, I was listening to a podcast, and I heard this. Let's listen: “They also have a lack of complex body parts, which a…
 
This is the 20th episode inspired by the majestic Shirley Horn's timeless tome. Tori Reid, host of "Here's to Life", reflects on Life, the meaning of it all, her recent quantum steps into Transcendentalism, and the enlightened insights of some of her previous guests. From her beloved Phylicia Rashad and one of her favorite spirits Blair Underwood t…
 
Growing up, before even becoming a fan of rock music, there was one name I knew very well – Jon English. He made a huge name for himself in the Australian production of Jesus Christ Superstar as Judas – Tim Rice may have declared him the finest performer of the role. Welcome to episode 144 of Love That Album I welcome music writer and biographer Je…
 
[EP 70] Cactus Interview Show! Oh, and I put "Learn English Listening" in the show title so more people can find it. Will it work? If it did and you are a new listener, Hi there! Join the fun! Transcription below! *** Hi everybody in this episode of Unexpected English we visit the San Diego Cactus and Succulent Society. Say that again: the San Dieg…
 
Tori's back again! No Sudden Moves though! This time with an auteur, Hollywood legend and global griot - at a towering 6' 4½” - who’s portrayed some indelible tough and rough multi-layered characters and directed cult underground classics and American blockbusters alike. But this gentle giant of a storyteller is also someone who has said one’s pers…
 
In this episode, George Scocca speaks with Lt. Sean Reilly of the Marine Enforcement Unit. Lt. Reilly goes into detail on many aspects of what this unit charge is. He also explains many of the let's say tough to understand regulations and laws and it's seen by the law. Lt. Reilly gives us a clear picture of what you can expect when you're approache…
 
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