Best thurstriv podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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“It’s great fun! I recommend it” - James Carter, PodquizA bi-weekly, topical trivia podcast featuring the best of the Free Music Archive.
 
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67: Grass: Five questions on grass (better late than never?). Music this week is “Little Grass Shack” by Voodoo Suite from the Free Music Archive. Also I’ll be recording an episode of NPR’s Ask Me Another - as a contestant - on August 20th. Tickets here.By 88milestotimetravel@gmail.com (Daniel Pecoraro).
 
66: Roads: Five questions on roads. (Also it’s very hot in New York or at least in my dorm room.) Music this week is Jahzzar with “Roads that burned our boots” from the Free Music Archive.By 88milestotimetravel@gmail.com (Daniel Pecoraro).
 
65: The Art of the Book: Five questions on bookbinding and bookmaking. Music this week is “House of Books” by the Party Boys from the Free Music Archive.By 88milestotimetravel@gmail.com (Daniel Pecoraro).
 
64: Live from Governors Island!: dpecs: Live from Colonels Row on Governors Island at the Macaulay Honors College Olympics and Spring Picnic. Rounds this week are on Governors Island, Snakes, Planets, and Canals.By 88milestotimetravel@gmail.com (Daniel Pecoraro).
 
63a: Brief announcementBy 88milestotimetravel@gmail.com (Daniel Pecoraro).
 
63: Snakes: 5 questions on snakes. This week’s music is “Charming Snakes” by MUTE, from the Free Music Archive.By 88milestotimetravel@gmail.com (Daniel Pecoraro).
 
57: Barclays Premier League: thurstriv: A double-length episode on the Premier League - five trivia questions, and a special five-question “Guess the Chant” round, featuring chants recorded and posted on the site FanChants. Music this week is actually a field recording - “Kids Playing Soccer in Park Shouting and Arguing, Kalemegdan Park, Belgra ...…
 
62: Moss: FIve questions on moss (vaguely). Music is Celesteville with “Let’s Climb a Mossy Hill” on the Free Music Archive.By 88milestotimetravel@gmail.com (Daniel Pecoraro).
 
61: Spring Training: 5 questions this week on baseball’s Spring Training. This week’s music is Alabama Shakes with “Rise to the Sun,” live from Port Chester, NY and available on the Internet Archive’s Live Music Archive.By 88milestotimetravel@gmail.com (Daniel Pecoraro).
 
60: Snow: I’m back! 5 questions on snow this week; music is an accordionist on the B Line of the Rome Metro, part of one of my other Internet projects, the Subway Music Archive.By 88milestotimetravel@gmail.com (Daniel Pecoraro).
 
59: Bridges: Five questions on bridges. Music this week is “Every Bridge Has Its Toll” by Mr. and Mrs. Smith.By 88milestotimetravel@gmail.com (Daniel Pecoraro).
 
33: NPR (rerun): Ed. Note: I’m taking this week off from podcasting to focus on the GRE which I’m taking in about a week. New double-length episode on Bridges (and Bridges) in two weeks’ time. For now, in honor of On the Media’s Brooke Gladstone befriending me on Facebook(!), I’m re-running my quiz on NPR from back in June of 2012. 5 questions ...…
 
58: New York City Elections: Five questions about New York City electoral history. Music this week is “Pollinate” by my friend Kirk Pearson, available on the Free Music Archive (and on his bandcamp!) I featured Kirk on my podcast infinitespace in only its second episode; infinitespace and ThursTriv were both featured in USA Today College this w ...…
 
57: Barclays Premier League: A double-length episode on the Premier League - five trivia questions, and a special five-question “Guess the Chant” round, featuring chants recorded and posted on the site FanChants. Music this week is actually a field recording - “Kids Playing Soccer in Park Shouting and Arguing, Kalemegdan Park, Belgrade, Serbia” ...…
 
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