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It’s Just A Show

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It’s Just A Show

Adam, Beth, Charlotte & Chris on MST3K @ Megaphonic.fm

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A podcast in conversation with the cult TV show Mystery Science Theater 3000. The hosts rewatch episodes of MST3K and then talk about the movies and riffs in each episode, leading to discussions of weird Hollywood careers, strange historical events, half-forgotten music, highbrow and lowbrow books, and the omnipresence of Donald Pleasence.
 
An audio platform for the study of the pre-modern Islamic(ate) past and beyond. We interview academics, archivists and artists on their work for peers and junior students in the field. We aim to educate, inspire, perhaps infuriate, and on the way entertain a little too. https://linktr.ee/abbasidhistorypodcast Suitable also for general listeners with an interest in geographically diverse medieval history.
 
James Sabata and Don Guillory will be exploring social issues in horror. Each week we will down a different film or topic. Horror as Social Commentary is a topic we’ve covered at a few comic conventions in the past year. It’s become something that we each sincerely believe in academically as well as professionally. Social Commentary can take place in any genre, but horror has a way of planting seeds in our brains, allowing the ideas to be examined over time. While comedy has often been the g ...
 
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The Veterans Depot

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The Veterans Depot

The American Prince Charles III

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The Veterans Depot is a podcast centered around our heroes, the US Military Veterans, and all who currently serve. From discussions on experiences of today, yesterday to the future of where our military is heading, we're going to have loads of conversations.Some discussions will be on medical life-changing events, UFOs, military stories, to the fun world of Hollywood. But there is one caveat, you must participate! You can email me questions or comments (mycastlelifenow@gmail.com). I welcome ...
 
That Desi Spark, formerly known as The Woke Desi, is a bold podcast created by three founders who recognized a space void of color and conversation around the topics that impact dual-identity, South Asian millennials the most. From education to entertainment and social justice issues to social media trends, That Desi Spark approaches each episode with compassion, advocacy, and information, bolstered by subject-area experts and unfiltered celebrity moments. Founded by healthcare manager/autho ...
 
The Brightness WAS a groundbreaking, thought provoking, incredibly funny podcast that ended up being shadow banned by the machines. Upon losing his voice on the podwaves Issac decided to take his voice to the streets. Thing is, he doesn't really leave the house much.
 
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DLC

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DLC

Jeff Cannata and Christian Spicer

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DLC is your Down Loadable Commentary for the week, giving you a rundown of everything you need to know about gaming in it's many forms! Whether it is on desktops, laptops, or consoles, VR, AR, or tabletop, DLC is your source for info, analysis, and opinion from the best voices in the industry! Hosts Jeff Cannata and Christian Spicer are joined each episode by a special guest to decide on a Story of the Week and discuss the games on their Playlist! DLC, the Digital Lifestyle Companion for gam ...
 
Nau mai ki WHAKAMĀORI. This Podcast series brings Google translate to life! Come along and interact with our host Chey Milne who will navigate this space alongside co-hosts Ani-Piki Tuari and Dr Anaha Hiini. These three te reo Māori enthusiasts will translate topical pieces of written and audio content from English to Māori. Join the Whakamāori crew to learn, wānanga and have fun in te reo Māori!
 
Cinema! Film! Movies! Whatever you want to call it. From pretentious, arthouse and offbeat cult gems to mainstream pop film hot takes, Fake Film Fans remains true to its name. Swade and Walter talk about films and different pop cultures weekly. twitter.com/FakeFilmFans https://letterboxd.com/FakeFilmFans/ https://linktr.ee/fakefilmfans All music created by Posture, which you can support here! https://posturestl.bandcamp.com/
 
Is Jack Dawson from Titanic a time traveler? Did Captain Hook Kill Ariel's Mother? Could prolonged radon exposure explain why Scranton employees in The Office become so weird in later seasons? Join pop culture nerds Lara Williams, Spencer Williams, and Michael Sewell as they track down the most genius and preposterous fan theories from all over the internet.... but mostly Reddit.
 
New perspectives on video game culture and current events, every other Tuesday. We have fun, we go deep, and we explore the love of games within a broader social and cultural context while challenging conventional notions of what it means to be a "gamer"— and who gets to call themselves one. https://www.pixeltherapypod.com/
 
▪️Welcome to Hi Guys podcast where a safe space is created to voice opinions and have open discussions 🗣🎙 ▪️Look forward to new and diversely creative episodes day to day. (Monday-Saturday) ▪️Hi Guys welcomes all entrepreneurs, upcoming artist, and creative individuals in abundance to be showcased on the show. With any inquiries please DM us and let’s make it happen ▪️Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/corey-turner85/subscribe
 
Namaste, I am Gael. My podcast is about Love Light and Universal Harmony and how they are to me A Universal Trinity of Health and Evolution. I am an Artist. A Painter, a Poet and a Musician. I am also a Fervent Practitionner of Buddhist Meditation and through the years, by Focusing on my Breath of Life and Heart Center I have reached an Understanding of Life rooted in Pure Energy. Like a Cosmic Flower or a Cosmic Tree breathing from my Heart Center to my Roots and vice-versa, breathing from ...
 
On this Reel Travels podcast, professional travel writer and self-proclaimed film/tv buff Lisa Iannucci takes you across the country and around the world talking movie and television locations to visit, museums to explore, and conventions and tours to attend. Whether you're a fan of Game of Thrones, Little House on the Prairie, Downton Abbey, old John Wayne movies, I Love Lucy, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, The African Queen or some other show/movie we'll talk about where you can travel t ...
 
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Jeff and Christian welcome Jeff Grubb from Giantbomb back to the show this week to talk about record setting sales for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, Time Magazine's inclusion of DLC in their top ten games of 2022, shocking comments from Microsoft and Sony about their own IP and viability, and more! The Playlist: Pentiment, Atari 50, Goat Simulator 3,…
 
We’re talking today about some of the origins of the themes of this podcast, my personal interest in combining poetry and the psychoanalytical, which are of course two instances of exploring psyche through language and the relational, searching the self through lyrical uncertainty and narrative. It’s almost frustrating to listen back to the convers…
 
#water This episode focuses on the film "Whale Rider" directed by Niki Caro and released in 2002. "Whale Rider" is a New Zealand film about a Māori girl who wants to become the chief of the tribe. (00:06:52) Walter prepares a multiple choice game for Swade to play related to the dinner interruptions in Luis Buñuel's " The Discreet Charm of the Bour…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, Europe’s crisis of energy and geopolitics, how crypto goes to zero (10:19) and the consequences of America’s success against organised crime (16:32) Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economi…
 
At Thanksgiving Americans express gratitude for family, the harvest… and a big, juicy turkey. Americans consume the most meat per person, but that's not good for the planet. In an episode first released in November 2021, we ask: could they cut back? The Economist’s Jon Fasman and his sons prepare the Thanksgiving turkey. We go back to a nationwide …
 
Players’ refusal to sing their national anthem at the World Cup has brought their country’s protests onto the global stage. We ask whether the discontent back home threatens the regime. A sober look at global economic data reveals a probable global recession—one that may not even tame raging inflation. And remembering Hebe de Bonafini, Argentina’s …
 
As we break from recording for a few weeks, we are rereleasing some of our favorite fan theories you may have missed. In this episode, we wonder if the Grinch is the sole survivor of a brutal genocide committed by the Whos. Want a FTQ shirt, mug, phone case, or many other products? Shop our merch store! 15% off with promo code "BADMATH" - https://s…
 
Ben Hodges, a former commanding general of US Army Europe, believes that Ukraine has achieved “an irreversible momentum” since the liberation of Kherson. He predicts the country could declare victory against Russia by the summer. Host Anne McElvoy asks him how Ukraine could pull it off. He assesses whether Western countries will hold their nerve as…
 
Happy Turkey Day! Chris and Charlotte are having dinner with a Devil Doll, and they’re having awkward conversation about creepy dolls, rowdy dorms, endless puppets, ice cream, and Magic: The Gathering. [cw: The movie has scenes of sexual assault. We discuss that fact, but outside of the plot summary, we don’t go into detail.] SHOW NOTES. Devil Doll…
 
Grief about the deaths of more than 150 people in a crush has turned to anger, and the investigation into what actions were taken—or not taken—has turned political. Our correspondent looks into the vast effort to remake the car industry as automobiles turn into software platforms on wheels. And how Britain’s twee National Trust has waded into the c…
 
Indonesia is the world’s third-largest producer of coal. Not only does it power the country, it powers the economy. But the country’s president, Joko Widodo, wants to change that. Indonesia is garnering global attention due to its stock of nickel and cobalt, core elements in the batteries needed for the booming electric vehicle industry. Can the go…
 
The power station in Zaporizhia has served as an impromptu military base for Russian forces—but danger is mounting and there are signs that troops may soon give it up. The sportswear-industry boom that has much of the world wearing high-performance kit may soon come to an end. And why teenage angst is such a good fit for horror films. For full acce…
 
As we break from recording for a few weeks, we are rereleasing some of our favorite fan theories you may have missed. In this episode, we wonder if Bella Real was actually working with The Riddler in The Batman. Want a FTQ shirt, mug, phone case, or many other products? Shop our merch store! 15% off with promo code "BADMATH" - https://shop.fantheor…
 
COP27 was an arduous summit, with mixed results. A landmark agreement to create a new “loss and damage” fund was a historic achievement. But many delegates were disappointed by the lack of progress on decarbonising energy systems. In the final episode of our series, we explore what the final deal means for the future of climate action. Plus, we exa…
 
The ENTIRE South Asian reality television-watching world has opinions on Cutie-gate, the wild conclusion to Love is Blind Season 3 on Netflix! TDS speaks with Zanab Jaffrey, one of the stars of the show, about her experience, mental health, competition amongst South Asians on all the things, what the show didn't include, and so much more.…
 
Executives have squeezed out Bob Chapek and re-anointed Bob Iger as boss. But the firm’s woes are less about leadership and more about the new economics of Hollywood. We ask why Zimbabwe’s teen mothers find it so hard to stay in school, and what can be done about it. And pigs prove their intelligence, again, by making up after confrontations. For f…
 
Xi Jinping and Joe Biden met face-to-face for their first time as national leaders. Both men spoke about feeling the eyes of the world on them. What does the world need from this relationship? The Economist’s Beijing bureau chief, David Rennie, and senior China correspondent, Alice Su, talk to Wang Yong of Peking University and Daniel Russell, a fo…
 
Morgan Jones is a Political Analyst & Co Host of the Unrefined Sophisticates Podcast. In this conversation we discuss the failures of the American education, justice and political systems, the dangerous rhetoric of YE , Portland's unearned progressive reputation & how actor Sinbad did in fact play a genie at one point. If you enjoy this episode, ma…
 
An issue ignored for three decades came to dominate the summit’s agenda: reparations to poor countries for climate-driven “loss and damage”. Alas, halting those coming losses did not feature much. Our correspondent speaks with a Ukrainian fighter pilot about defending the country’s airspace using mostly Soviet-era kit. And why some words sound the …
 
As we break from recording for a few weeks, we are rereleasing some of our favorite fan theories you may have missed. In this episode, we wonder if everyone knows Shawn Spencer isn't a psychic on the show Psych. Want a FTQ shirt, mug, phone case, or many other products? Shop our merch store! 15% off with promo code "BADMATH" - https://shop.fantheor…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome gaming social media creative, Spencer Campbell to the show for the first time to discuss the revelation that GTA almost became a movie in 2002, the end of Blizzard's deal with Netease in China, the biggest games of the PC Gaming 2023 showcase, and more! The Playlist: God of War Ragnarok, F1 22, Legends of Runeterra, RTX 4…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, is this the end of crypto? Also, why Indonesia matters (11:00) and Glenn Youngkin’s unique approach to Trumpism (19:40) Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economist.com/podcastoffer Hosted on…
 
As Donald Trump launches a third White House run, we report on the view from Mar-a-Lago and the rise of Ron DeSantis. Are attempted presidential comebacks ever a good idea? And how will a fractured Republican Party navigate the long road to 2024? The Economist’s Alexandra Suich Bass dissects Mr Trump’s announcement speech. We revisit Herbert Hoover…
 
The “Autumn statement” was filled with belt-tightening, from stealthy tax rises to public-service cuts. But perhaps the bitterest part of the pill has been left for the next government to swallow. As the World Cup begins in Qatar, controversies over preparedness and human rights threaten to overshadow what happens on the pitch. And New York City de…
 
Ministers were accused of betraying British workers today as a £1.6billion contract for Royal Navy support ships was handed to a consortium that will carry out work in a Spanish dockyard. Defence Secretary Ben Wallace today announced the Team Resolute consortium including Navantia, the Spanish state-owned shipbuilding company, was the preferred bid…
 
As the end of COP27 nears, US energy secretary Jennifer Granholm talks to Anne McElvoy from the climate summit in Egypt. They discuss the impact the global energy crisis is having on Joe Biden’s green agenda, whether the hype around hydrogen will endure and if the president is willing to put aside a tussle with China for the sake of climate coopera…
 
Elon Musk gave Twitter’s remaining staff an ultimatum: commit to “working long hours at high intensity” for “hardcore” Twitter, or leave. We evaluate his reign so far. Under President Daniel Ortega, Nicaragua has become a one-party state. And remembering the long life of Anne Frank’s best friend. For full access to print, digital and audio editions…
 
Until last week, Sam Bankman-Fried - or SBF as he’s become known - was crypto’s poster-child. He was a regular in Washington, DC where he schmoozed journalists, regulators and lawmakers alike. He funded political campaigns and sponsored sports teams ranging from basketball to Formula One. For many, the floppy-haired, 30-year-old once-billionaire wa…
 
How did apparently Russian-made munitions kill two people on NATO soil? An accident in the fog of war seems likely, but listen closely: the immediate international response has been telling. Donald Trump has announced he will run for the American presidency again; we ask about his chances and his motivations. And we take you inside India’s tangled …
 
COP27 takes place amid war in Ukraine and an energy crisis. In the third episode of our series covering the summit, we explore how energy-security concerns are affecting efforts to decarbonise. Niklas Höhne of the NewClimate Institute says the energy crisis could deepen Europe’s dependence on fossil fuels. But Francesco La Camera, who leads the Int…
 
Swamp Diamonds drags Chris and Charlotte into the bayou to ask them about Mike “Touch” Connors, Beverly Garland, Fred Mertz, tuna wiggle, and racist fire drills. With the short: What to Do on a Date. SHOW NOTES. Swamp Diamonds: IMDb. MST3K Wiki. Trailer. What to Do on a Date: IMDb. UnMSTed. Watch the Turkey Day marathon! Our episodes on The Starfig…
 
The G20 Summit gets under way in Bali today at a time of tensions over Ukraine and Taiwan, and worries about high food and energy prices. We look at what progress, if any, is likely to result from the high-level meeting. An unusually warm autumn has kept gas prices low in Europe. And what a Nobel-prize winner’s work suggests about Neanderthal famil…
 
Speaking up for survivors of gender-based violence is more than providing logistical support as they leave harmful situations: it also involves mental health counseling for families, behavioral therapies, access to resources and more. The Bhatia Foundation (led by Anita Bhatia) and Sakhi (led by Kavita Mehra) have partnered to create programs and s…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Patrick Beja back to the show this week to discuss staggaring sales figures for Nintendo Switch, a promised Gears of War Netflix show, Horizon as an MMO, the Game Awards GOTY nominees, and more! The Playlist: Marvel Snap, Overwatch 2, God of War Ragnarök, Sonic Frontiers; Pocket Analogue Genesis core; Forza Horizon 5 new …
 
As China re-shapes the existing world order, its officials argue that the values behind it are Western and not universal. Western leaders worry that China is merely trying to make the world safe for dictatorships. Do universal values exist? The Economist’s Beijing bureau chief, David Rennie, and senior China correspondent, Alice Su, talk to Zhou Bo…
 
Jay Ulinwa is a photographer and creative visionary based in Portland, OR. In this conversation we discuss language and the sacred exchange of communication, what it's like growing up in a Nigerian household and our duty to nurture the growth of our creative community. If you enjoy this episode, make sure to share it with a friend.--- Support this …
 
America’s upper legislative chamber remains in Democrats’ hands; they may even expand their majority. We explain what that means for the Biden administration, and why Democrats outperformed expectations. President Biden’s biggest foreign-policy headaches involve China; we ask what to expect from his first in-person meeting with President Xi Jinping…
 
This episode focuses on the Hydrozagadka (aka Hydro-Riddle); a polish film directed by Andrzej Kondratiuk and released in 1971 . (00:03:17) First, Walter talks about The Guns, the 1964 Brazilian film directed by Ruy Guerra. Since the film uses pseudo documentary techniques, Fake Film Fans shares how they usually take pictures of strangers and wheth…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, the Trump effect, (10:30) imagining peace in Ukraine and (18:00) should fans watch the World Cup in Qatar? Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economist.com/podcastoffer. Hosted on Acast. See …
 
Republicans should have done better. With high inflation and an unpopular president, the stage was set for them to easily take back both chambers of Congress. Instead they look on track to barely capture the House, and the Senate is most likely to stay blue. It was a bad result for Donald Trump, whose handpicked election-denying candidates underper…
 
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