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By The Net-A-Porter Group Ltd
The ultimate modern fashion magazine by NET-A-PORTER, the world's premier online luxury fashion destination.
15 years ago, HBO released a show that nobody was talking about. But then, slowly, everyone started to realise that The Wire might just be the greatest show of all time. We're Dave and Kobi and we're going back to the Baltimore pits to rewatch EVERY EPISODE in our podcast – The Wire: Stripped. We’ll breakdown the lingo - like re-ups, burners and wiretaps.We’ll analyse key scenes too. We talk to key cast members, including Frankie Faison, better known as Deputy Commissioner Burrell, Lance ...
By Alain Zarinelli
My name is Alain Zarinelli, and I am a professional landscape, fine art, pet photographer, and visual arts educator. In this monthly podcast, I discuss the many aspects of contemporary professional photography - from technical, processing, copyright and licensing, to philosophy, composition, art, equipment and much more. I also talk about the ins and outs - as well as pitfalls - of running a hybrid photography business, selling fine art prints and photo downloads (licensing), including how to...
By Casey Chaplin
P.I. is a mystery audio drama akin to 50's radio plays. It follows a gritty P.I. as he solves his way through his biggest case yet. It's a show full of mystery, drama, and intrigue.
By Iris Ruth Pastor
Iris Ruth Pastor helps you to find ways to live the life that you crave. She is the author of The Secret Life of a Weight-Obsessed Woman, and is obsessed with helping you use your talents and resources to be the happiest, wisest & best you can be.
By Parafonic Recording Studio
This podcast is about bands and artists that have recorded or worked on music projects at Parafonic Recording Studio. We interview them about their music endeavors and specifically about their most recent projects at Parafonic.
By Brandice Daniel
The Talk Designer Tuesday Podcast is dedicated to highlighting diversity in the fashion industry one designer, one story, one collection at a time. Every episode, we have one up and coming multicultural designer come on and share their story as well as the inspirations behind their collections.
By Loyal Books
Among the many ideas explored in this book are beauty, gardens, honor and reputation, cunning, nobility, friendship and many others. Authored by the man who is credited with having invented the essay form in English, The Essays of Francis Bacon was written over an extended period, ranging from the mid sixteenth century. They were compiled in a single edition in 1597 and later re-written, enlarged and added to in other editions in 1612 and 1625. However, their compelling and insightful qualit...
By Peter Deligdisch
The podcast where Peter talks for a long time about nothing in particular.
By Jazzy Things
JazzyThings is redefining what it means to live a healthy, sustainable lifestyle. No hot diets, no fads, and no confusion. The Dinner Table Talk podcast with JazzyThings is here to show you how to implement healthy habits in YOUR lifestyle and make them work for YOU!
By Karkata Media LLC
Sitting at the gateway to Appalachia, the tiny town of Garfield's Crossing is a place with a tumultuous history and a colorful cast of characters who both live and travel through it. Opening music by Brandon Duke. Logo by C.E. Schultz.
By Ben and Tyson
Two men questing through the deepest and darkest corners of the food-iverse; seeking the wild and unbelievable oddities found therein. And then eating them.
By Shooter and the Stache
Shooter and the Stache are two best friends who are podcasting with the objective to create a brand new animated series. Along the way the discuss sports, Tampa Bay, movies, books, theories and science!
By Dennis Humphrey
History told by The Cavalcade of America is a well-done, factual show, and is a wonderful resource for all those who are interested in historical highlights and lesser-known episodes. Famed historians and writers worked on the show, and the actors were many of the best from the stage, screen and radio. equivalent to the current A&E Biography channel, and History channel's offerings. It can be a wonderful show to listen to with grade schoolers, or the entire family gathered 'round, like i...
By Radio Memories Network LLC
Tarzan was the brain child of American writer Edgar Rice Burroughs, who after having had several failed attempts at penetrating the pulp fiction scene finally made a name for himself with this jungle fantasy adventure. In 1932, the novel was adapted into a radio program that starred James Pierce as the infamous lord of the jungle, Tarzan.
By Bullet Talks
Bullet Talks, København.
By Broomstick Weddings
Bridal Tips & Multicultural Wedding Advice in 5 min or less, from the only wedding company empowering beautifully diverse love stories in a voice that sounds like a friend, not a mom.
By PYT Fairfield
Where Are You From? asks artists and cultural leaders about how place, personal histories and their identity informs and shapes their practice. Hosted by PYT Artistic Director Karen Therese. Produced by Caitlin Gibson
By Fantasy Book Review
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By Panoply
A thriller in which you, the listener, are the hero. The Walk begins in Inverness station, Scotland. Through a case of mistaken identity, you "the walker" are given a vital package which must be couriered to Edinburgh, but as you're about to board the train, terrorists blow it up and set off an electromagnetic pulse! None of the cars or trains are working - you'll have to walk - but now the terrorists are on your trail because they want the device you're carrying, and the police are after you...
By Audioboom
Midnight Honey is the sweet music of the world, a little bit of Delta blues, rockabilly, 50's/60's honky tonk/hillbilly, jazz, 78 RPM era, folk, and a healthy dose of bawdy ballads, poured into a blender and shaken up, ready to serve chilled and with a sprig of mint. The Diamond Mine is the mind of Ramblin' Blind Josh Pearson, bluesman, ameture historian, and collector of all parts of the old weird America. If you like your music hot 'n greasy with some extra kick to get your toes tappin on a...
By Podcastica
Westworld is a labyrinth of heady ideas wrapped in a cinematically gorgeous shell, and we're excited to delve into this world with you. We're your hosts, David and Jason of Podcastica. Welcome!
By Slim Britton
Our vision is to provide a platform for young adults to express themselves in an uncensored forum. Discussions vary from pop culture, relationships, and current events. Future Idols caters to a free speech audience that is willing to voice their opinions respectfully in an unapologetic media stage.
By Travis Aukerman
The creative process can be both personal and elusive. Members of Modern Jazz quintet Talking Ear lead discussions with composers, visual artists, writers, comedians, and more. Additionally, Talking Ear will release a new song and video alongside each episode.
By Audioboom
In ASAP RAPS, turntablist p.stoops and rapper Mayor Wertz attempt to write rap songs quickly. Very quickly. Some might say “too quickly” or “maybe you should stop." But there’s no time for critics in this race for the rhymes. During the first week of this bi-weekly audio journey, the duo set out to make a beat in under an hour from a randomly selected record. The other week, they write rhymes based on the Twitter feed of whoever’s on the cover of People Magazine. In the end, pure rap gold. ​
By Tristan Chan
We seek to recreate the porch drinking experience through great stories, great beers, hilarity, and occasionally educational bits of information. Our focus is on the craft beer industry, but we'll touch on just about anything.
By Awesome! Internet Radio
Guaranteed aural satisfaction
By Laura Yamin and Clara jackson
What to Read Next Podcast is hosted by Laura Yamin and Clara Jackson. We are two friends who are passionate about books and love to share our favorite book recommendations.
By Lex Musta & Dr. Richard Thomas
In his 1993 book Racial Unity: An Imperative for Social Progress, Dr. Richard Thomas, professor emeritus of history at Michigan State University, pioneers the race relations concept of the “other tradition,” which explains that the lasting advances in American race relations are the result of close, multiracial collaboration. Dr. Richard Thomas and Lex Musta use this podcast to further explore the other tradition to encourage our listeners to work for progress in race relations multiracially.
By Psychic Wave
Andrew Sanyshyn from the band Psychic Wave talks to musicians, artists, and creators of all kinds.
By WhatsaCreative
Try It, You'll Like It - coming soon.
By Andrew Mitchell
Nothing is the story of Charles Hill, a confessed murderer who turns himself in after two high-profile killings. Locked in an interrogation room with a psychiatrist and a detective, Charles is asked to reveal the location of his victims' bodies. But before Charles tells the police what they want to know, he first has to tell them his side of the story, a story he needs them to believe. Charles tells of a future world where humanity has created a utopia, a civilization hidden from a dangerous...
By Penny C Sansevieri
Do you feel like you have NO time to market your book? What if I told you that you could become an effective book marketer in just FIVE minutes a day? It's true and this podcast will show you how. in short, helpful, and insightful episodes, I'll break down book marketing for you to it's not this complex maze. Instead, you'll be guided down this path to book marketing success by someone who's done it for her own books (16 of them!) and who has helped market authors for over 18 years!
By Nova Luxurious / Anchor
A place where Nova vents and expresses his thoughts on everything from movies, music, news, and politics.
By Byron / Anchor
talking in the galaxy next door.
By Elise Masters
Dirty Pop is a podcast series highlighting current events in the entertainment industry with new music, hot takes, and interviews.
By Janie Haddad Tompkins & Aaron Ginsburg
Ever wanted to look deep into the terrifying darkness that is the brain of a working artist? No, why would you? Sounds depressing. Instead, settle back and enjoy Janie Haddad Tompkins (an actress) and Aaron Ginsburg (a TV writer) as they share the absurdities of their lives working in Hollywood. Together these friends paint a portrait of life in showbiz through their perpetually unhinged, loopy, hilarious brand of meandering conversationalism. Tweet @JanieHaddad or follow her Instagram @Leban...
By bridge st
An evening with Mick Baynes. Interview by Ger Staunton
By Alan and Evan
On All My Friends, we interview our favorite artists and have conversations about music. After majoring in classical music listening and writing numerous texts to each other, we decided it was time to start a podcast. Subscribe to find out if every musician we interview is now our friend. New episode every two weeks.
By Sashko Ilov
Unique is an online art gallery and connecting people with art. The Unique gallery offers paintings, sculptures, mosaics, prints, photographs, and books. Тhe purchasing experience at the Unique online gallery is easy, convenient and all patrons of art are welcome. Unique artist team are - Ceci Temkova Ilova, Goce Davidov, Sashko Ilov
By Rupert Myers
Writer and bush poet Henry Lawson wrote 52 dry, witty stories about the hard early days of Australian colonial life. Stories to be told at camp, while the billy kettle boiled on the embers of the fire. The collection of Lawson's short stories was first published in 1896. The collection is read by Rupert Myers.
By Interactive Artistry
Dedicated to Fumito Ueda (Ico, Shadow of the Colossus, The Last Guardian), whose work is defined by minimalism, wistfulness, and timeless, myth-tinged storytelling. His studio, genDESIGN, are quietly yet diligently creating their next title. Each week, we discuss, speculate, and interpret new reveals, as well as lovingly and all-encompassingly revisiting Ueda-san’s first three titles. ‘Together, we hope to challenge our personal creative limits and the possibilities of what games can be.’ - Ueda
By Paul McMonnies
Bloodstock Radio is the official podcast of the UK’s biggest independent METAL festival Bloodstock Open Air (B-O-A). Held at the picturesque location of Walton on Trent in Derbyshire, B-O-A has won the hearts and minds of fans of heavy ROCK AND METAL by consistently showcasing the strongest metal line up on UK soil and you can expect some 15,000 metal heads to descend upon Derbyshire in August each year for 4 days of unadulterated full on Heavy Metal!!! The Bloodstock Radio podcast features...
By Tom Parsons
A science fiction series Written By Lewis Blemings-Derrick Produced, edited and music composed by Tom Rory Parsons. Sound effects created by Katharine Seaton and Artwork by Matt Leong Starring Tanja Milojevic Pete Lutz, Karim C Konfli Boyd Barret David O Steele Owen McCuen and MJ Cogburn
Hiroko and John, two unlikely best friends share stories and talk about the differences between growing up in Japan and America.
By Jeisler Salunga
A podcast about architecture, but from the perspective of young practitioners. As relatively young architects who are just beginning their careers, our voices sometimes feel small. We are always listening to those with years of experience, and more times than not aren't able to voice our opinions, views, and/or interpretations. This podcast looks to serve as an outlet for a few things: 1. To give us (young architects) a place to speak 2. To expand and hopefully reach out to any one who is i...
By John Coyne
Earth is an amazing getaway... New episodes every other Tuesday.
By Cristian Loza
My name is Cristian Loza and I am the co-founder and creative director for Canibeat.com and First Class Fitment. My podcast focuses interviewing people who are doing great things using their creativity and asking them how they started and how it’s done.
By Danielle Pretty Mess Reading: Book Reviews, Author and Blogger Interviews, Loads Of Chatting About Your Favorite Romance Novels and More
Hey book lovers! Reading is an art that can transform your life. This is the place to be to chat about all things books, from romance to mystery. From slow sex to BDSM. We will also hear from some of our authors, bloggers, and hopefully even you because we want to chat about all things new. And of course, I wouldn't be me if I didn't get a little bit messy! Let's go! Loads of topics from romance novels, current ya, na and contemporary romance authors. There will be book recommendations, the l...
By William Jess Laird
I’m William Jess Laird. I started Image Culture to create a space for substantive, meaningful conversations with artists and creative people whose work inspires me. Within these talks my guests discuss their work and their lives beyond the frame. Image Culture is an archive on what it means to live a life with art.
By James Sparkman/Elyse Wietstock
Elyse and James are a married couple who love movies and video games. In this podcast, we introduce each other to some of our favorite movies and games, and learn a little about one another along the way!
By BrewlyBoys
We are the BrewlyBoys, and we just want to drink some beers with our friends, talk beer, homebrews, homebrewing (techniques, ingredients, etc) and interact with you!
By Hong Kong Dining podcast
Hong Kong Dining: Meet the business brains behind Hong Kong’s restaurant scene. Join Adam White as he interviews the legends who built Hong Kong’s most famous restaurant brands, and learns the inside track on entrepreneurship, dining trends, and winging it in Hong Kong’s highly competitive market. An essential listen for dining industry people. Find out more at www.hongkongdining.com
By Daniel Nisbet
Like every other designer, I love listening to a good podcast. I love the depth, humor and insight many of them provide. However, I don’t always have the luxury to devote a lot of time to listen to them during my work day. And as I do, I thought there had to be a solution to this. So Five on Design was born. Each episode of this show lasts about five minutes and tackles a thought, insight or problem. It’s brief and I hope that you’ll find these episodes as a launching point for a larger dis...
By queensny.org
The "It's In Queens" podcast is produced by the Queens Tourism Council and the Daily News with the hope that visitors and residents will enjoy the borough's wonderful attractions, diverse restaurants, and fascinating history. More information is at itsinqueens.com.
By Guy Higgins
All about Edge of Jupiter, epic Rock band from the snowy underbelly of western New York. Join Mike and Guy as they feature original band members, famous and infamous guests, and fans of the music.
By A Study in Expression
Podcast by A Study in Expression
By Franka Philip
From the quirky to the cute, Talk 'Bout Us will feature a diverse range of previews, reviews and interviews from the Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago. Talk 'Bout Us explores what makes Trinidad and Tobago tick - its vibrant arts and culture, lifestyle and sport. This podcast is presented by Trini Good Media and hosted by media personalities Franka Philip & Ardene Sirjoo.
By Kevin Scott Cannon / Anchor
Circus, Fitness, and the foundations and processes that support the creation of art with emotional connections to an audience
By <user-5107062>
A podcast for Clevelanders, about Clevelanders, by Clevelanders.
By Jessica Holland
Conversations with women and non-binary writers every other Wednesday, hosted and produced by Jessica Holland
By Cameron Milne
Silent Studios is a music production podcast created by Audio Engineer, Sound Designer and Musician, Cameron Milne. This podcast is for anyone interested in the creation of music and the unique methods in which established artists write, record and produce their own music. After collecting stories from talented artists &amp; producers which revealed their "secret" production techniques. Cameron was inspired to share with the world a look behind this curtain. With episodes varying from laid b...
By Huda TV
This program is geared towards improving your recitation of the Quran in Arabic. At the beginning of the program, a Quran reciter will read a specific part of the Quran. After that, the teacher will have others re-read the part and guide them through correct recitation.
By James Newcomb
Music by MusicPreneurs features music produced by guests and listeners of the MusicPreneur.Com podcast! Every day, we share a song for your enjoyment and to give your day just a bit of a pick me up. Many of the artists featured on Music by MusicPreneurs have been featured on the MusicPreneur.Com podcast. To hear their story, visit MusicPreneur.Com and type in their name in the search bar! Are you a musician making it happen as an entrepreneur? Join the MusicPreneur.Community to break bread w...
By ALICIA LING CHING
Hansel And Gretel
By Alternative Press Magazine
Mike Shea started Alternative Press out of his bedroom when he was 19 years old, living at his mom's house in Aurora, Ohio. The first issue of AP, an offset-printed, four-page fanzine designed like a high school newspaper, was handed out the night of June 6, 1985 at a punk-rock bar that was located in the Flats in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. More than 30 years later, AP is now one of the largest and most influential media companies in the United States for the discovery of new music.
By RareSonance Media
Weekly fix for those with FAME as their drug of choice. Let us provide the ultimate pop culture high for your obsession with all things celebrity.
By Loyal Books
The Proposal is a one act comic farce by Anton Chekhov. In Chekhov’s Russia, marriage was a means of economic stability for most people. They married to gain wealth and possessions. In this play, the concept of marriage is being satirized to show the real purpose of marriage – materialistic gain rather than true love.
By batmanlive2002 / Anchor
A place to hear hilarious anime guides, lists, and anime reviews. If you’re like looking for recommendations you’ve certainly found the right place!
By J.C. Tarner / Anchor
Fiction and Non-Fiction, Comics, Books Peraphanalia...
By Do What You Love / Anchor
Love what you do
By Alaska Jordan / Anchor
A way to express my poetry for other people to hear 🌹
By Kira Keulemans / Anchor
Stepping into balance (and the lessons learned along the way).
By Wayne / Anchor
Any suggestions
By Chris Jacobs
Superfan Chris Jacobs recaps and reviews the latest episode of CBS Sunday Morning for Harrison Weinfeld, who has never seen the show. 
By Assaf
Assaf FM is a weekly podcast by Black Sunset Music owner and artist Assaf. Showcasing the latest in Trance &amp; Progressive from around the world.
By Teaspoon of Soil
Teaspoon of soil is a multi-platform documentary project that narrates the stories of individuals and organisations using food as a tool for change in the UK and beyond. Food is much more than “stuff to eat”. It is interlaced into all aspects of our lives, culture and our food choices affect not only ourselves, but also other people and the planet. The podcast, illustrated by photographic portraits, aims to provide information and resources to encourage listeners to restore the connection we ...
By Chris Hoffer
A series of short podcasts that explore the reason why good marketers do what they do best.
By Shannon Locke
Self-taught super-fans Shannon and Angelica can't imagine a world without Kpop. And now you don't have to! Whether you're brand new to the scene, or you've been a stan for years, Ask Me About Kpop will explore everything from how Kpop works, to popular groups today.
By Jamie
Nick and Jamie from Drunk Disney the Podcast have created a new show! They both have a love for fiction and tasty drinks and thought, "why not combine the two". Now you can join them on their amazing journeys through the literary world and get drunk along the way. Enjoy the show!
By Zima Podcasting Network
A bi-weekly podcast that covers book to film adaptations. Hosted by Celena Allen &amp; Mack Shaffer.
By E.C.P presents "down the Hatch"
Kicking off their production company, a pair of fun loving losers are kicking things off with a podcast! Empty Can Productions presents “Down the Hatch!” During each episode, Jesse, a stand-up comic, and Joseph, a musical-theatre man, will update you about their lives in the Big Apple, their journey in creating a production company from the ground up, and end each episode with their Rotten Reviews. What’s that? The guys will watch and review horror movies that have a 75% or lower rating from ...
By DoGuru 팟캐스트
반려견을 이해하고 나를 바꾸는 소통과 방법을 전달하는 방송. 미국에서 DoGuru 알렉스가 반려견과의 행복한 라이프스타일을 컨설팅 합니다.
By Nick Song
Here at E-Ratic, we tell the stories which are as unique as they are gripping.
By Adam Alesbrook
Your host Adam is a drummer with 20+ years of experience. He is well connected in the drumming community both in real life and via various social media platforms. In this podcast Adam will be sharing insights, reviewing products, and speaking with experts in order to bring you a thoughtful, meaningful, and entertaining listening experience.
By Please Rewind
A podcast looking at movie's anniversaries or whenever we want to talk about older flicks.
By Britt Seva
The beauty industry has changed dramatically in the last 10 years. The days of hoping your good reputation and referrals was enough to grow or maintain your clientele died out and successful stylists today need a real marketing strategy. It's actually never been easier to grow a clientele as a hair stylist or a business as a salon owner, yet stylists are giving up or struggling more often than they are thriving in this incredible industry. When I was first building my clientele, I real...
By Roxie Heart / Anchor
This podcast will be about everything and anything
By Z-FLO
Music Business, F-Bombs, etc. Follow hip-hop Youtube sensation Z-FLO on his climb to wherever the f*** he's going (somewhere near the top of something).
By Daniel Ferry
A podcast dedicated to the discussion of all aspects of vintage and boutique guitars and amps with builders, players, dealers and more. Hosted by Doug Myer from Mountain cat guitars.
By SolSpot Collective
A podcast for creatives by creatives. We here to inspire, encourage and build a large network of creatives for community engagement! A place where dreams have no limits and creativity has no bounds.
By Krislam Chin
Hellow World! My name is Krislam Chin. I am a graphic designer, hand letter artist, and waffle enthusiast. Sharing my insights, ranting about traffic, and dropping knowledge one podcast at time.
By Small Craft Advisory
Twice-monthly broadcast from our boat to yours. Friendly radio murmurs on books, art, weather, memory, sex, science, the occult, family, relationships, etc. Ideally the feeling of riding sleepy in the backseat on a road trip in the dark while your friends, who are driving, talk to each other and you drift in and out. Sporadic continuity, amiable guests.
By Restaurantempfehlungen der Besonderen Art, bei der auch Gastronomen wichtige Erfolgstipps aus den Interviews mitnehmen können
In diesem Podcasts werden außergewöhnliche und spannende Restaurants, Cafés und Bars vorgestellt. Welche Geschichte haben die Gastronomen? Wie sind sie dort hingekommen, wo sie heute stehen? Wie hat sich ihr Konzept zu dem entwickelt, was es heute ist? Werte, die mir besonders am Herzen liegen sind die Wertschätzung des Personals, Nachhaltigkeit, Gastfreundlichkeit, Kreativität und Innovation. Komm mit mir auf eine Reise durch die Gastronomie, in der du spannende Köche und Restaurantbesitzer...
By Astrid Reifer
I'm Astrid Reifer, after 9 year of my husband's professional baseball career coming to an end, we teamed up to start our own business Leoni Homes. He's a real estate agent/contractor and I'm an interior designer and together we thrive on being entrepreneurs in our home town. We created this podcast as a space for you to come to while you sip on your coffee every Sunday morning and get your dose of good vibes on. Every conversation begins with an intention to cover everything from entrepreneu...
By So, You Want to Read Tolkien
Join Caitlin, Rachel and Emily as they read through Tolkien's main body of works. We will discuss his writings with a feminist view point and do our best to make the knowledge accessible to everyone, even if you don't want to read along.
By Reza Medika / Anchor
Sharing experiences and motivation for fellow digital artist
By Sunny Bleckinger
FOUR MONDAYS is an original radio play that takes place over the course of four Mondays at the last saltwater pool in 1980's San Francisco. The Crystal Plunge is quiet, the radiators are broken, letting out steam. Kasper from the Water Bureau is on the case, but first he needs a swim. Shannon the pool clerk brings in a space heater and a fan, employs them creatively. Samuel the lifeguard saves nobody. Marty sees everything but no one listens to her. Edna forgets. Bystanders stand outside an...