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Join English barrister and Reuters correspondent turned writer, podcaster, radio show host, award-winning tech journalist and sometime werewolf hunter Charles Christian for a weekly feast of folklore, magick and scary tales. If general off-the-wall weirdness is your thing then the Weird Tales Radio Show has something for everyone, with its magazine format designed for all fans of ghosts, geek, magick, folklore, urban myths, legends and witchcraft but with a focus on fun and strangeness that ...
 
Since 2007, Weird Medicine has been "the first and still only uncensored medical show in broadcast radio history" on SiriusXM. Now, the same crew that continues to shock, horrify, entertain and inform the satellite airwaves is producing a weekly podcast! This is a medical show for people who would never listen to a medical show on the internet (or anywhere else). If you have a question you'd like answered on the show, call the voicemail line at 347 766 4323 (347 POO HEAD) any time. Remember, ...
 
Science fiction author David Barr Kirtley talks geek culture with guests such as Neil Gaiman (#253), George R. R. Martin (#22), Richard Dawkins (#46), Wil Wheaton (#398), Bill Nye (#273), Margaret Atwood (#94), Neil deGrasse Tyson (#32), and Ursula K. Le Guin (#65). Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy has appeared on recommended podcast lists from NPR, The Guardian, The A.V. Club, BBC America, CBC Radio, WVXU, io9, Omni, The Strand, Library Journal, and Popular Mechanics. CBC Radio writes, "You may n ...
 
Language of Bromance is a weekly Improv Comedy Podcast that was created by Richard and Shawn in 2014. Releasing a new episode every single Sunday featuring new weird stories from history, news, movies, and more. The duo has performed live at the Kansas City Comic Con, Planet ComiCon, The Chicago Podcast Festival and more. Language of Bromance has also been featured as part of Kevin Smith’s SmodCo Pod U and BBC Radio Show World Have Your Say. A few stories Language of Bromance has covered are ...
 
Ripley Radio is an unpredictable and fun-filled hour that will prove beyond all dimensions that Ripley’s is indeed, the global authority on the weird, strange and bizarre. Each show provides listeners with amazing and absolutely true tales of today as well as un-believables from the extensive archives of the company that has been freaking out families for more than 90 years!
 
The Stanford Storytelling Project is an arts program at Stanford University that explores how we live in and through stories and how we can use them to change our lives. Our mission is to promote the transformative nature of traditional and modern oral storytelling, from Lakota tales to Radiolab, and empower students to create and perform their own stories. The project sponsors courses, workshops, live events, and grants, along with its radio show State of the Human.
 
We are an unscripted sketch comedy podcast performed in an old time radio style. Each of our episodes follow a unique science-fiction based theme. We are what the Twilight Zone would have been if Rod Sterling was hit on the head several times with a lead pipe. So, if you want idiotic tales that defy time, space, logic, and intelligence, look no further because you are about to unlock... the Mysteries of the Mind. We would love to hear from you! Please email us at mindsmysteries@gmail.com
 
E.B. GO Vision Media, Inc. is a full service public relations company with traditional and technological means for gaining exposure for authors, experts, travel tour operators, river cruise lines, non-profit institutions, corporations and more. EBGO has edited over 1,000 targeted radio show podcasts that are on Sound Cloud Channels for AmaWaterways River Cruise Line, Jessse Cannone of Healthy Back Institute, Dr. Tammi B's Journey to Center Radio Show, the Global High Seas Marine Preserve Fou ...
 
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In Episode 141 of the Weird Tales Radio Show we talk to Dr Greg Little about Edgar Cayce, Atlantis and the theory the lost continent is somewhere in the Bahamas. We also have the strange saga of Aleister Crowley’s daughter and we look at some of the weird developments taking place in the natural world and ask: have the boffins never seen the Planet…
 
There is so much new Tech getting released in the last few weeks that Richard and Shawn had to discuss all the new toys. Richard and Shawn both got new phones. Richard a Samsung and Shawn the new iPhone 12 Pro Max. The duo talks about their new dual monitors, breaking down their computers. The main course is the brand new PS5 that Shawn just receiv…
 
After some discussion on salt taxes and prescription vegetables, the intrepid trio again reflects on the evolution of muscle magazines and powerlifting publications, including what to look for. Also, sincere thanks to strong monthly supporters like Kurt, Jill, Steven, Marek, and Prasan. You are appreciated! Finally, check out http://www.IronRadio.o…
 
JM Landels Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Is the pen truly mightier than the sword? Questions like these and many others have troubled mankind (the species, not the wrestler) for millennia. For an answer to the first question I might ask Neil deGrasse Tyson. On this show we perhaps have someone uniquely qualified to take a “stab” at the …
 
Dr Steve, Dr Scott, Lady Diagnosis, and Tacie discuss the Pfizer vaccine FDA application, toenail fungus, benefits to blood donation, a dude who can't burp, and more! Happy Thanksgiving! Please check out: stuff.doctorsteve.com (for all your online shopping needs!) noom.doctorsteve.com (lose weight, gain you-know-what) Get Every Podcast on a Thumb D…
 
Dr Steve, Dr Scott, and Tacie discuss the difference between CT and MRI, chiropractic, drug recalls, organ donation, and more! Please check out: stuff.doctorsteve.com (for all your online shopping needs!) noom.doctorsteve.com (lose weight, gain you-know-what) Get Every Podcast on a Thumb Drive (all this can be yours!) wine.drsteve.com (get the best…
 
This holiday season will be one unlike any other. This year many of our favorite traditions have been put on hold as we wait for a time when we can visit loved ones and celebrate what we are thankful for. Richard and Shawn planned on just talking a little about their Thanksgiving tradition and jump into some funny stories, but nostalgia got the bes…
 
Health science news covers a new strength and conditioning book, body characteristics of elite strongmen, and problems with omega-6 vegetable oils. Then the guys address how they handle stressed and exhausted clients who need to perform in the gym. Also, sincere thanks to Fall Funds Drive contibutor Fred, as well as strong monthly supporters like T…
 
In Episode 140 of the Weird Tales Radio Show we have the concluding part of our interview with American academic Professor Richard Spence about Aleister Crowley - this week the weirdness embraces the Nazis, Russians spies and even L. Ron Hubbard of the Scientologists. We also have a number of shorter items including the most haunted house in Irelan…
 
The Rats have come to roost in this weeks episode. Back in the 1500's there was not a lot to do so one town decided they should put on a trial. Those who needed to be tried against their peers? RATSSS. Give a listen to The Language of Bromance in Episode 334 The Excommunication of The Rats. Email Bros@LanguageofBromance.com Like us on Facebook Leav…
 
It's episode 600 - After covering a backlog of mail, reviews, and news, the intrepid triumvirate look back at how the show has changed over the years. Science topics include strength maintenance whilst dieting, nuts and weight gain, keto supplements, and problems with excessive fructose intake. After the mid-show break, a retrospective covers compe…
 
Welcome to Tough Trip Through Hell. Every so often we at Sci Fi Saturday Night find something so very different and wonderfully interesting that even if it doesn’t fit into our usual fair we want others to learn about. This show is one of those. During this pandemic, when any entertainment is limited, it is fascinating when we get to see something …
 
Dr Steve, Tacie, Dr Scott, and Stacy DeLoach discuss Stacy's new invention (check it out at bargelifeline.com or usamarineconsulting.com), COVID death certificates, living wills, cardiac calcium scores, cardiac risk analysis, and more! Please check out: stuff.doctorsteve.com (for all your online shopping needs!) noom.doctorsteve.com (lose weight, g…
 
In Episode 139 of the Weird Tales Radio Show we have Part #1 of an interview with American academic Professor Richard Spence about Aleister Crowley - was he really a British secret agent - and what is the connection between espionage and the occult? Are covens and spy cells the same thing? Links: Weird Tales Radio Show archive https://www.urbanfant…
 
After sharing science news on top fitness food trends, vitamin C as a possible anti-catabolic agent, and sleep apnea, the guys cover a host of listener questions on topics ranging from uncoupling agents and beta-agonists, to super-totals, to dealing with arthritis and tons more. Also, sincere thanks to strong supporters like Weldon, John, Joel Tony…
 
Dr Steve and Ralph Sutton from SDR and Good Sugar discuss exercise, diet, supplements, meditation and the related science or lack thereof. The marketing of "Adult Gummies" is again a topic of scorn and slight regard. Check Out: stuff.doctorsteve.com (for all your online shopping needs!) noom.doctorsteve.com (lose weight, gain you-know-what) Get Eve…
 
If you’re old enough to remember Simon and Garfunkle AND you remember their early work AND you remember it fondly, you might remember one of their very early classics Old Friends/Bookends and if you mull over the lyrics of that wonderful classic song it was very much like this show. In this episode we get to spend time with an old friend in every s…
 
In Episode 138 of the Weird Tales Radio Show we talk to A.P. Sylvia, the author of ‘Vampires of Lore: Traits & Modern Misconceptions’ about the contrast between vampires in traditional folklore and popular fiction, for example: how did the story about them not being able to see their own reflections begin? Links: Weird Tales Radio Show archive http…
 
The Norman Rockwell museum in Stockbridge, Mass., has welcomed back four old friends. They were touring the country for two years. The “friends” are illustrations called the “Four Freedoms” that Rockwell based on a speech given by President Roosevelt before the US entered World War II. They still hold a lot of resonance today.…
 
Have you ever wanted to ride a waterslide so scary that your teeth fell out? Well at Action Park you can have all that and more. Recently Richard watch the documentary Class Action Park on HBOMax and brings the thrills to the podcast. Shawn hasn't seen the show so Richard has to break down each moment and Shawn Reacts. How was this legal? Well they…
 
Join the guys as they talk with powerlifting phenomenon and record breaker, big Dan Bell. From his origin story to competition tales to self-care to pre-meet tapers, plenty gets discussed. Pull up a bench and get in on this! Also of course, sincere thanks to strong supporters like Kelsey, Tyler, Neil, and Steven. You are appreciated! Finally, check…
 
Jenna Greene The concept of “Young Adult” fiction within the science fiction/fantasy genre has evolved significantly over the years. What was once a very restrictive genre has become open to very modern interpretations as society evolves. In this episode we talk with Jenna Greene about her new book, titled Reborn. It is the first in a series about …
 
Dr Steve and Tacie take a bunch of phone calls. Topics include organ donation, eczema, self-diagnosis of mental illness, low libido, vaccines vs therapeutics, and more! Check Out: stuff.doctorsteve.com (for all your online shopping needs!) noom.doctorsteve.com (lose weight, gain you-know-what) Get Every Podcast on a Thumb Drive (all this can be you…
 
A headless horseman roams a sleepy hollow. Unearthly sounds echo out of a small mountain in Connecticut. The spirit of a lovesick woman haunts a lake on Long Island, where she lures men to their deaths. Our region is rich with ghoulish tales of ghosts, horror, and unexplained events. Today on The Full Story, we dim the lights and huddle close (whil…
 
In Episode 137 of the Weird Tales Radio Show we talk to American author and journalist Marie D Jones. I really enjoyed this interview - and I hope you will do too - because along with discussing the books Marie writes, fiction and non-fiction including disaster preparedness, the paranormal, ancient knowledge, unknown mysteries, UFOs and alien techn…
 
It's our third annual Creepypasta Theater were we take Internet horror stories that are past around the internet, and turn them into radio plays. This year we are featuring the stories: The Supermarket Monster - Smoking - Candle Cove - Bodymore, Murderland, God's Mouth, The Scariest Video Game Ever, and more. You may have to sleep with the lights o…
 
It’s the wonderful Halloween season and why not celebrate with the Language of Bromance in this years Brolloween. This year Richard and Shawn bring on the Bros Residential Supernatural Experts Jason Kupzyk and Josh Heard. Jason and Josh joins the Brolloween episode to discuss a spooky manor, ufos, and other tales of fright. There is tons of tales i…
 
After sharing some science news on how to prevent muscle loss during deconditioning (hint: fish oils may help!), the guys chat with exercise physiology grad and CrossFit enthusiast, Stephanie Stepp. Tune in for topics like what attracted an educated woman into that world, staying competitive post-college, and tons more. Come on in! Also of course, …
 
If you’re going to put a film festival on in this god forsaken year and it’s going to be a Philip K Dick Film Festival, AND it’s going to be in Paris , well then, here’s the guy who’s going to do it and pull it off with some amazing films. Our guest tonight is Dan Abella, the man behind the PKD Film Festival, this year originating in Paris. And in …
 
Some of the first European settlers in Connecticut heard mysterious rumblings that came from a small mountain in the town of East Haddam. Those sounds have inspired centuries of spooky tales about witches, ghosts, demons and a mysterious wizard. Davis Dunavin reports as part of the WSHU series Off the Path from New York to Boston.…
 
Dr Steve and Tacie discuss healthcare in a libertarian world with Sorinne Ardeleanu, independent candidate for President of the United States. Despite differences in approach to health care, common ground is found. Also Big Jo's SARS adventure. Check Out: stuff.doctorsteve.com (for all your online shopping needs!) noom.doctorsteve.com (lose weight,…
 
In Episode 136 of the Weird Tales Radio Show we talk to practising witch, author and expert on all things fairy Morgan Daimler about the Wheel of the Year, Samhain, Halloween and the practice of witchcraft and virtual covens in times of a pandemic. Plus we talk about a much travelled mummy, the cancellation of Nottingham Goose Fair and the Punkie N…
 
A fairy tale, or wonder tale, is folklore presented in the form of a short story. The stories feature kings, dragons, elves, fairies, giants, gnomes, goblins, queens, old women, trolls, unicorns, and/or witches. They are also full of magic. We find some really short ones, add some of our spin on them, and turn them into a play. Featured Beer: Modis…
 
The Bros continue to bring the terrors as they travel the world for hauntings. Bring on ghost Mark Twain, to local haunted grave yards, and a man being haunted by a ghost boy. Give a listen to The Language of Bromance in Episode 330 Dear David Haunted House of Terror. Email Bros@LanguageofBromance.com Like us on Facebook Leave a Review and Subscrib…
 
After nutrition science news relevant to our most recent video taste test, Michelle Blakely rejoins the team to talk about life lessons regarding cardio. What's effective, what's not, what red flags suggest you're aerobic base sucks, and how to make it all more enjoyable - these are all on the agenda! Also tune in for topics like coffee, the pros a…
 
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