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With your co-hosts, Jill Whelan (The Love Boat, Airplane) and Alexander Rodriguez (UBN Radio Personality) this weekly talk show covers everything under the sun from entertainment and current events, to gossip and movie reviews with their celebrity guests. Tune in every Tuesday at 7 pm PST on UBNRadio.com! If you miss the live broadcast, download us for free on iTunes!
 
The Music Project is an online radio show that discusses all aspects of music. We interview up-and-coming bands, discuss the the latest music news, and more. For an hour every Sunday, we talk about all different factors of music. Since all three hosts are musicians themselves, they can really dig into technical elements of music. Our goal is present our listeners with artists who may become their new favorite band. We try to make our show fun and unique while talking about relevant topics in ...
 
Face Value is a one-hour, beauty-centric chat show, which explores makeup, skincare, and cosmetic surgery with top makeup artists, estheticians, doctors and celebrity guests. It is a forum for discussing favorite products, new products, makeup tips and trends with the experts who have the inside scoop. As entertaining as it is educational, Face Value’s unique and casual approach makes for a wonderful listening experience.
 
Change! Change is the only constant in our ever rapidly changing world! How are you keeping up? Are you at the forefront of all the changes in your life or are you being dragged along kicking and screaming? Miracle Makers is about embracing and igniting the miraculous, magical, and mysterious nature of our universe so we can navigate the changes in our lives consciously, fully expressed, guided by our hearts, and utilizing the law of attraction! Join Dr. Sarah Larsen and co-host Greg Larsen ...
 
Well they asked for it and now they have it?€¦marriage. Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo are best known for being plaintiffs in the landmark case that wound it?€™s way to the Supreme Court of the United States successfully overturning Prop. 8 ?€“ restoring marriage equality to California. As regular contributors in the media they have become trusted voices beyond the marriage equality movement. Recently Paul and Jeff have proven that audiences love hearing about newly married same-sex couples a ...
 
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We are joined today by Jach Pursel as he channels Lazaris! Jach and Lazaris share how to get out of your own way and live from love as you consciously create your life. Join us for Miracle Makers TV for Season 5, Episode 1 as we explore Angels, Saints, and Channels. Watch the Video ListenRead More The post Get Out of The Way of Your Magic | Lazaris…
 
Kitoto Sunshine Love went through struggles at age 19. She failed under addiction and ended up at the hospital multiple times. Later she found out she was bi-poler and was close to committing suicide. Kitoto was able to find love from people and firstly God. Today she is here helping others to fight through similarRead More The post Addiction, Beyo…
 
These are classic and eerily prescient sketches selected by archivist and writer Joe Davis. It's all there - the apocalypse, Republican cruelty, black people killed by police, Trump running for office, even social distancing, in a way. And somehow, no matter what happens, all the money goes to the same largest corporations. Funny, that. Hosted on A…
 
This week … we’ve all been indoors. Same as you. Didn’t even record last week, and probably won’t until the end of the month. Recording this is the first time I’ve spoken out loud all day. So … you know … typical weekend, really. And yet we have new sketches at the top of the show, all about diseases - followed by classic sketches, also about disea…
 
We whisper a sweet goodbye to Mike Bloomberg - and an actual, sincere goodbye (more or less) to James Lipton. Also, you just moved your clock forward - and yes, it’s stupid, and no, we shouldn’t be doing it anymore. The entire second half of the show is the final episode of the audio play, “The Invisible World.” I apologize for the differences in t…
 
This week, Utah sees all the other states going their own way and decides it’s going to do the same. Ben and I talk about soup - which we both enjoy. We have an outtake from a recording session in which Ben is just trying to be nice. And we determine the value of human life. The answer is … well … you’re not gonna be surprised. Hosted on Acast. See…
 
This week, I had the flu. … Well, I don’t think I had THE flu. I had A flu. … Maybe. Anyway, my voice was shredded. So we put that to good use. And Valentine’s Day is coming up. So we talked about … love? I guess? If that’s how you care to define it. Plus, one of our writers has really strong opinions about Harley Quinn. And two members of the case…
 
We are back with all new material - some of it about Christmas, some of it about the new year already having gone to shit, some of it about growing older, and a little of it, of course, about drugs. Ah drugs. Also, we’re starting a new five-part web serial called The Invisible World. This one is set in Connecticut. Don’t ask. Hosted on Acast. See a…
 
This week, we’re heading into Thanksgiving … and if you’re thankful for this show, you should probably thank the guy who started it. Which would be Tony Hendra. So. All the sketches this week were written by Tony - as far as I can tell. It’s a little tricky to be sure without actually telling him we were going to do this. But I’ve confirmed as much…
 
I know I said we’d be starting a new audio drama series this week. But we’ll wait, because we’ve got a lot of theme shows happening over the next few weeks. So this week, we’ve got sketches about patriotism. Because everybody right now is questioning everybody else’s. For some reason. Not sure why. Must be something on TV. I don’t keep up. Hosted o…
 
This week, I’ve been dealing with a loss of listeners because somehow our uploads to our distributor, Acast, have not been transferring properly to an Android app called Doggcatcher. And by “this week,” I mean close to a month. And by “loss of listeners,” I mean … like … a LOT of listeners. And by “dealing with,” I mean getting no solutions, as Aca…
 
This week, Wells Fargo wants something from you, John Cena is giving something away, my home state is on fire and … it’s Veteran’s Day sometime around now. Also, the next-to-last episode of The Obscure County Election That Changed Nothing. It’s going to be kind of a sad one. But you knew this was coming if you’ve been paying attention, or if you we…
 
It’s Halloween, and we’ve got a collection of sketches about vampires and zombies and weirdos - although I guess, technically, all of our show are about weirdos. Plus, episode five of the Obscure County Election That Changed Nothing - which is not really about Halloween. But what do you care? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informat…
 
Some sketches about the stupid divisions in this country - with a note of hope. Maybe misguided hope. I don’t know. Plus episode 4 of the Obscure County Election That Changed Nothing - which is also political, but in a dumber, earlier, less scary, more small-town way than what we’re used to. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informati…
 
We’re moving toward the holidays: with Halloween, and gnomes, and Tucker Carlson, normal subway riders and lots of other mythical creatures. Plus, part three of “The Obscure County Election That Changed Nothing.” And at the end of the show, Ben sings again. I’m warning you now. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
This week we have more sketches about the media - because, of course, this show is made by people in and on the fringes of media and largely, currently, unemployed by it. Resumes available online. We’ve also got episode 2 of The Obscure County Election That Changed Nothing - which also involves the media. It’s almost like I planned what I’m doing. …
 
This week, we visit Area 51. And we continue getting motivated. Also, we’ve got the first episode of a seven-part series I did a few years back called “The Obscure County Election That Changed Nothing.” I worked for awhile at papers in New Jersey, and that title pretty much sums up my experience there. And finally, to cap off the show, Dominique ha…
 
ARGH! SORRY! UPLOADED THE WRONG EPISODE LAST TIME! … Anyway, this is the right episode. All these sketches are about music - or ARE music. This includes two parodies of the radio show “Echoes” - that ambient music thing that’s always playing on Public Radio in the middle of the night. It’s been on the air since 1989, and most comedy shows don’t eve…
 
These are all sketches about the law. I don’t mean crime. We’ve got enough of THOSE sketches for a separate show. I mean the law itself and its various agents. The police, of course. Lawyers, of course. Prisons, of course. Executions, of course. Acne. High school. Blooper shows. All of it. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information…
 
This week, all the sketches were improvised. Not a thing was written in advance except, sometimes the intro, the outro or the general premise - and sometimes not even that. We’d improvise for some amount of time, then I’d go through and try to edit out as much as possible. And that’s the product. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more info…
 
We bury you in sketches about corporations - mostly about getting jobs at one, trying to hold onto that job, and being entirely dependent upon these companies as a customer. ... I mean, loosely interpreted, virtually any sketch about anything these days is ultimately about corporations - but I limited it to that extent. Hosted on Acast. See acast.c…
 
We’ve gathered sketches that are still good, I think, but are so obviously dated that we can’t disguise it. They come from as far back as the show’s first year in 2012. Scott Walker’s recall election. The 2014 presidential election. Some asinine thing Justin Bieber said, like, six years ago. And a whole bunch of other crap you’ve completely forgott…
 
We continue watching the very nature of news coverage deteriorate - as well as the nature of writing jokes about it. Also, some sketches from a few years ago - one or two of them may be obvious - that go to prove that everything has always been pretty much this ridiculous. Well … not this ridiculous. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more …
 
We’ve got summer activities, including a sketch about Disney. And not one but two sketches about the show Law and Order. We also want to remind you that malls are dying, catch-phrases are being retired, song lyrics have subtlety whatsoever anymore and Abbott and Costello are still relevant. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informatio…
 
We’re back with 12 more sketches by 12 more writers. Some of these sketches go back a few years because some of the writers do. You’ll know which ones when you hear them. These were written by ... Dominique Dibbell Gene Augusto Jonathon Grant Kate Segnalla Gil Baron Valerie Van de Panne Steve Rosenfield Jessica Park Chase O’Donnell Jon Guttierrez H…
 
We’re looking back on sketches from our 300 episodes and pulling out no more than one sketch per writer. It doesn’t have to be the writer’s best sketch - though maybe it is. But it should be a sketch we haven’t repeated too much already, and that each writer only gets one. Also, this does cover everyone who has written for The Final Edition, mostly…
 
This is our 300th episode. So I’m matching it up with the movie “300,” which was about … war, I guess? I didn’t see it. Also, May 8th was just the 74th anniversary of VE Day, the end of World War 2 in Europe. Which means we haven’t had a World War in Europe in awhile. We’re about due. All the sketches this week have something to do with war and the…
 
This week, we’ve got measles. Well, not us personally, but a lot of people. We also get heavily into the kind of things you encounter when you don’t have a lot of money. Cheap businesses. Cheap food. Weird financial arrangements. Big expensive movies that still seem like cheap movies. And the cheapest kind of entertainment of all, ASMR - which does…
 
This week, it’s pop culture and pop music and weird brain stuff. And speaking of all those things, it happened to be 4/20 this last weekend. So we talk to a member of our own cast who happens to work with — and report on — cannabis. You’ll never guess which cast member it is. You’ve already guessed. It’s Sam. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy …
 
On this week’s show, we have … a show. Which we didn’t last week. Because my computer was broken. So we have two man-on-the streets because, over the last two weeks, apparently two things happened. We’ve got sketches about money and the next Woodstock concert … but I repeat myself. And outer space. And baseball. And of course, when you think about …
 
This week, the phrase “Florida Man” trended more heavily than usual. We all did that game where we googled those words, along with our birthday, and got results like “Florida man accused of putting semen in coworker's water.” Just as an example. So we hear from the man himself, then we talk to a Florida woman. Also, we watch the news debase itself.…
 
We have - basically - two long sketches. While we’ve been trying to make our sketches shorter recently, we do have these two from before that are massive. So we’re going to start with a sketch that’s eight minutes long, and it’s kind of a Western. Eventually. Then we’ll have a promo or two and this week’s man-on-the-street - which is kind of an Eas…
 
We make fun of the people who paid bribes to get their kids into college. Then we make fun of the people who make fun of the people who paid bribes. Also, Facebook crashed for a day or so. Then Samantha tells us what it’s like to be a woman. Plus, it’s springtime. So the theme in the second half is sports. Baseball and football and skydiving and ou…
 
A little more science, a little more heartache, a possible cure for HIV, one of those old Medieval mob scenes where someone is always holding a rolling pin for some reason, and an attempt at a good old fashioned political sketch that isn’t somehow apocalyptic. Wish us luck. ... Then in the second half of the show, we’re coming up on St. Patrick’s D…
 
We have science, a bit of perversion, and Ebbie Parker’s dead-on script about college radio. Then in the second half of the show, we chat about our real-life terrible bosses - and as usual, whenever we talk about our lives, on or off the air - Jessica. Tops. Everybody. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Ben tries to make a point about anti-semitism. I try to make a point about prescription drugs. Jessica doesn’t really make about about relationships. She just shows a really awful one. And Keith wrote a parody of War of the Worlds. Then he went to Japan. So maybe he knows something. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
We start with a musical indirect nod to President’s Day. Then Ben has collected some of the lies that Millennials tell each other. Dominique reveals her inner thoughts - which I’d always wondered about. We have kind of an all-American section at the end, with Keith bringing the new Mary Poppins and Joe bemoaning the new Disney. And in the first hal…
 
Our Valentine’s Day show, with the kind of sketches about romance and relationships that you might expect from people who are hanging out in a recording studio on a Wednesday night because they have no particular reason to go home. Some new material - mostly up front. Plus, a lot of the sketches take place in cars. Not sure why. But it’s all about …
 
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