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By Nineteensixtythree Clothing
This is the Cosplay New England podcast. We discuss a variety of topics, everything from movies and comic books to cosplay and comic cons.
By Karinne Keithley Syers
An audio serial by interdisciplinary quietist-philosopher-putterer Karinne Keithley Syers. Usually around ten minutes, currently coming out once a month, usually with an original song and audio culled from our archival ghost register.
By Amy Baker & Rosy Edwards: Authors and co-founders of The Riff Raff
The Riff Raff is a writers' community co-founded …
By Emilia Söelund
En podd om litteratur med fokus på Småland.
By Stranger Brews Podcast
We talk craft brews, Stranger Things and all your streaming things! Get your daily dose of drinks with geeks!
By Orans et Reformans
Orans et Reformans is a free, bi-monthly podcast, bringing together thinkers across academic guilds and Christian traditions for the purpose of reflecting deeply on the theological ideas that most shape and inform our current cultural moment. Hosted, initially at least, by Samuel Fornecker (PhD Candidate in Divinity, University of Cambridge).
By Dakota Martin
In an effort to promote himself as a comedian, Josh Blubaugh makes a podcast that gets better as it gets more listeners.
By Podcast – Caralhinhos Voadores – Vulgar sem ser sensual!
Vulgar sem ser sensual
By Blue Bliss
“The Raven-Winged Hours” is a gothic horror romance, envisioning the surreal death of Edgar Allan Poe. As he feels himself driven towards doom, he must confront his own creations. Take a trip with the master of the macabre into a dream world invoked through story, music, poetry and soundscapes. Haunted by the ghost of his wife Virginia, Poe journeys to the end of the world in search of what awaits... beyond the grave!
By Rick Coste Productions
Ryan receives an unexpected response when he fires up his grandfather’s old ham radio set. The surprises continue to build as Ryan struggles to make sense of the voice on the other end and the claim she is making. All is not as it appears to be, to either of them, as Ryan begins to dig deeper.
By Green Door Network
Subscribe to listen to Green Door Network Daily Programs. Enjoy a wide variety of shows. Thank you.
By Javras
Suivez l’aventure palpitante d’une jeune fille perdue au milieu de nulle part à travers son journal de bord. De nombreux dangers l’attendent et elle doit résoudre une énigme qui semble être sa seule porte de sortie. Une saga mp3 originale réalisée par Villimar de la Team Javras
By Kate Newburg & Tasha L. Harrison
Two ladies (a term we use loosely) chitty-chat about reading, writing, designing, editing, and publishing books.
By Em Marko
Novel Not New is a visual novel game club with a queer focus and a casual bent. Every month, join Jen Unkle, Colin Detmar, and Em Marko for a critical and fun conversation about a new visual novel game. Our favorites will be dated, murders will be solved, lives will be lived, and all bad ends will be expunged from memory as we read our way through this most literary of video game genres. Novel is right in the name!
By Dead to Writes
Join us for all the best in books and conversation: * Short stories for our #ReadersOnTheRun * Interviews with many of your favorite authors * Fantastic contest prizes via our Facebook page: Dead to Writes Tips for writing, publishing and marketing your literary work in today's market
By Odd Duck / Anchor
Sit back and relax as you listen to a variety of short stories and poems. You may get a good laugh at the narrator also 😆.
By Mmmm, Sounds Good
Jacob Menacker and Michael Shafran's podcast about food.
By Kyle Erwin, Ed.D.
Harnessing the Power of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Storytelling. Applied Heroics is the art of using epic stories of heroes and heroines as a tool to improve everyday lives. Stories of the amazing reflect our own heroic journeys. They can provide insight, inspiration, and even healing. By exploring stories of the fantastic, we gain special knowledge that can help in countless ways. Hosted by Kyle Erwin, Ed.D. (LMFT #98507), The Applied Heroics Podcast examines the many ways science fiction...
By Александр Ващук
Нам стало интересно как живут уличные танцоры. Это передача о том как развивались танцы в России. Интересные истории и полезные советы начинающим танцорам.
Where personal development meets business. Your podcast for beauty, health and wellness lovers.
I am a professional narrator and producer of audi…
By Dr. Maroon
The Greatest Podcast of All Time - or Today. Either way you'll love it here.
By Vivian Kerr
There are almost 130,000 actors in SAG-AFTRA, and many of them have spent decades working as actors and have vast and unique insights. However, the only actors the public tend to hear from are the extremely famous, and even then only in short press junket sound bites. In "Conversations with Actors," experienced actors talk about what they know best: the craft of acting.
By Stephan Baker
Local Washington pop-rock act "Hillside Divide" discusses post-show recaps as they make their way across the Pacific Northwest and beyond. This local, music-fueled audio show focuses on the differences in venues, stage setups, and a behind the scenes look to give listeners and up and coming artists an idea of what its like in the live music world at the ground level.
By Horror Show Hot Dog
Every week Josh Nite, Charlie Buttermann, and Matt Allex watch, discuss, and review three horror movies and one horror short. Sometimes they love them, sometimes they hate them, sometimes they come up with movies they like better on the spot. Come find the best and the worst the genre has to offer with Horror Show Hot Dog. (Don't worry, there are lots of jokes.)
By Ula Kulpa
Stories about creative problem solving
By Gensler
The world is changing faster than ever in this age of disruptive innovation and global volatility, and every little edge can be the difference between success and failure. The Gensler Design Exchange is about interviewing today’s leading authorities across disciplines and industries to understand what challenges they face and how creative design solutions were used to overcome those challenges. Listen in, and learn how design can help you transform and prepare your organization for the fu...
By Splendid Fred
Podcast by Splendid Fred
By That's Not Canon Productions
Filmmakers, fans and friends who dive head first into the world of the moving. Providing discussion, criticism, history and their own production war-stories for your entertainment.
By Sergey / Anchor
Привет! Это - мой авторский подкаст, в котором будут разные пространные суждения, заметки и прочее, не слишком существ\u
By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
A reimagining of the language of the Great American Songbook, where jazz meets pop against a backdrop of a 1960s Manhattan love story with music and story by Chris Stamey.
By Amy Peterson
Relief is a show where we talk with writers and people of faith about life, art, the writing process, and the questions and passions that drive us to create.
By Film Majors/How Do You Make a Living?
A podcast dedicated to providing information and real life examples of film majors who are making a living and having successful careers. Also highlighting the alternative and creative career choices people make in this crowded industry. Featuring interviews with members of film and video industry.
By audioBoom
DJ Rae presents My house, the monthly podcast
By Joerg Meyer • jrgmyr
Ich trinke oft aus beruflichen Gründen, gelegentlich zum reinen Vergnügen, aber steht mit Interesse. Ich betreibe in Hamburg zwei Bars, THE BOILERMAN BAR und Le Lion • Bar de Paris. Ich arbeite spät Nachts und serviere gelegentlich Drinks, Cocktails und Spirituosen. Am Tage probiere ich und suche flüssige Neuigkeiten. Hier erzähle ich von den geöffneten Flaschen, dem einen oder anderen getrunkenem Drink oder der Bar, in der ich getrunken habe.
By Garrett bossio
Host Garrett Bossio explores the construction industry in Northern California ,for some background this show is founded by non union contractor and some non union tradesmen. We all have friends Who are union workers/contractors. And we love them ! Non the less they tease us that we are rat workers or scabs. With his podcast name and logo we simply decided to embrace the unions propoganda and stigma against us non union tradesmen. What’s to come is unknown. We plan to have industry guest fr...
By Cultural Bandwidth
By The Way: A Contemporary Art News Podcast is a bi-monthly podcast where two artist friends irreverently discuss news from the art world. The show is co-produced and co-hosted by Eric Wall and Ando, and is written by Eric Wall. Eric is an artist and art professional with nearly 20 years of experience in the arts. Based in Stockholm, Sweden, he has also lived and worked in Germany, Denmark, and the US, which has given him some unique insights into the contemporary art world. Ando is the fou...
By Fineprod
Je parle de vidéo mais aussi de ce qui m'inspire, de mes difficultés, de mon parcours, de ma vision. Je t'offre gratuitement la possibilité de gagner du temps, d'apprendre tout en exerçant tes activités.
By Is this thing on
How do you turn this thing off
By Adam Klesh and Bradley Rose
Adam Klesh and Bradley Rose talk with a guest and/or each other about Magic: the Gathering design. Join us each week for news on the Great Designer Search 3, a weekly design challenge and design philosophy discussion. Music used with permission, by daleculp: https://www.youtube.com/user/daleculp
By Marc Sterne
Washington Post movie critic Ann Hornaday, long time DC movie critic Arch Campbell and Marc Sterne bring you their new podcast about movies, life, TV and more
By Finanzblogroll.de
Im Finanzblogroll Podcast findest du die besten Finanzblog-Beiträge als Hörspiel. Inhaltlich geht es finanzielle Grundlagen, Geldanlage, Aktien & Indexfonds/ETFs, die Finanzielle Freiheit und viele andere Themen rund ums liebe Geld.
By Dan Wiseman
This is the official podcast of Zildjian Cymbals. Zildjian is the genuine cymbal manufacturer in the United States of Turkish Cymbals since 1623. See and hear the unmatchable sound of our cymbals now.
By One Minute Theatre Reviews
Veteran theatre critic Paul Seven Lewis reviews the latest theatre shows in London's West End, on the fringe, touring and in the UK regions. Each review is around 60 seconds long and tells you what the show is about, what it looks like and how good or bad it is. One Minute Theatre Reviews is also a YouTube channel.
By Barbara Grace / Anchor
Readings from the forthcoming book, from my first book, Lotus, and thoughts on writing as a processing tool and why I see writing as a basic human need
New Shows, Interviews, Resources and more on DJ BME's Podcast Show! Artists want to get heard send email to [email protected] send your best to get it reviewed. We will have plenty of new artists and new songs from majors spinning on the show as well so do support, reaching out to all music lovers as well!
By Shannon Mahoney
This is where inspiration meets craft. Intuition dances with strategy. Where creative exploration, dynamic collaboration and authentic encouragement lead to enhanced expression and production. A space for anyone seeking a thriving imagination, a full heart, and a rich creative practice.
By Ashton Smith
I Don't Know Where to Eat is a podcast for the ultimate foodie! Adventure with host, Ashton Smith, to places she's traveled and ate her way through. Each episode features a few restaurants in a specific city, where Ashton reviews her experience and rates the restaurant in a few different categories.
By JV Hampton-VanSant
RedWing is a superhero audio drama. By day, Jordan Redfield-Wade is a billionaire philanthropist and private investigator, but by night, he protects the people of New Ark City as RedWing, the masked vigilante. There is evil and darkness on the horizon. It's time to Unite the Guardians.
By Jewish Women's Theatre
Jewish Women's Theatre presents unique staged storytelling experiences featuring poems, plays, songs and more from voices of all ages and backgrounds.
By Daniel Vezza
Composer Conversations is an outlet where composers can discuss their experiences living and working in the contemporary music world, the effect it has on their approach to music making, and hopefully in the process break down some of the mythology about what a composer is.
By WonderRoot
WonderRoot is an Atlanta-based non-profit arts and service organization with a mission to unite artists and community to inspire positive social change. By providing production facilities to Atlanta-based artists and coordinating arts-based service programs, WonderRoot empowers artists to be proactive in engaging their communities through arts-based service work. We believe that art is an agent of change and that by empowering people with the means to create art, we are in turn empowering peo...
By 雁天儿
【柴米生活,文墨点滴】 一个故事,不止一份心情。 这里是柴米生活,和你分享,生命中那些平凡却美好的点滴。
By LoveStory宝宝爱故事
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By Nikesh Shukla
Author Nikesh Shukla talks to writers, comedians, musicians, journalists and actors about writing, laughing, singing, commenting, acting. This is the anti-Q&A - a freewheeling, sometimes irreverent (don't you hate the word irreverent) conversation that covers everything from r'n'b to writing to books to zombies. Subaltern: persons socially, politically and geographically outside the hegemonic power structure.
By Trevor Berrett
The Mookse and the Gripes podcast is a monthly podcast dedicated to discussing the books published by NYRB Classics. Visit our blog at http://mookseandgripes.com/reviews. Follow us on Twitter @mookse. Email [email protected]
By Ben Dark
The Garden Log - dirt from an English garden. A weekly discussion of plants, places and people.
By Corey Desjardins
Welcome to Queer AF: A podcast celebrating and spotlighting queer art and culture hosted by Corey Desjardins! Throughout the season we will be diving into the gay deep end of the pool by discussing LGBTQ topics. Each week will highlight a different queer brother, sister or ally and live and laugh along the way, henny!
By Matt Brown
The Word Monkeys is a podcast about what it takes to write a book. Author Matt Brown and his future self shoot the breeze with some of his favourite authors!
By Gareth Clark McKay
The Lone Drunk Readeth is a storytelling podcast that features one short story per week, narrated and edited by the drunken writer and actor that is Gareth Clark McKay. The majority of fiction included is horror and dark comedy, with a mixture of existential themes. Recommendations for future shows are always welcome, from readers and writers of all kinds. Please visit www.gcmckay.com to send any suggestions and subscribe for future news and upcoming releases.
By botar
Originally published in 1911, A Princess of Mars is the first appearance of John Carter. A Southern gentleman who is transported by mysterious means from the Arizona desert of the Old West to the surface of Mars. In no time at all Carter is facing 12 foot tall, green-skinned, four-armed, Martians riding immense six legged beasts with mouths full of fangs. The vicious and warlike green Martians are armed to the tusks with swords, spears and deadly radium pistols. Carter discovers that, on Mars...
By botar
Opening in 1875, the Crime Museum at Scotland Yard is the oldest museum in the world purely for recording crime. The name Black Museum was coined in 1877 by a reporter from The Observer, a London newspaper, although the museum is still referred to as the Crime Museum. The idea of a crime museum was conceived by Inspector Neame who had already collected together a number of items, with the intention of giving police officers practical instruction on how to detect and prevent burglary. It is th...
By botar
King Solomons Mines, first published in 1885, was a best-selling novel by the Victorian adventure writer H. Rider Haggard. It relates a journey into the heart of Africa by a group of adventurers led by Allan Quatermain in search of the legendary wealth said to be concealed in the mines of the novels title. It is significant as the first fictional adventure novel set in Africa, and is considered the genesis of the Lost World literary genre. - Haggard wrote over 50 books, among which were 14 no...
By Радио "Комсомольская правда"
Программа "Книги с Олегом Ждановым" существует в двух форматах: в одном случае это короткий обзор трех разных книг в жанрах: fiction, non-fiction и книга-удивление. Автор старается не просто пересказать сюжетную канву книги, а, скорее, заинтересовать кругом проблем, атмосферой, темой и литературными приемами, использованными в произведении. Программа часто обращается к психологическим и остросюжетным романам, мотивирующим книгам, книгам по философии личности, провокационным новинкам книжного ...
By Andrew Rhynes
The Cavalcade of America is an anthology drama series that was sponsored by the DuPont Company. It was initially broadcast on radio from 1935 to 1953, and later on television from 1952 to 1957. Originally on CBS, then later changing to NBC, the series pioneered the use of anthology drama for company audio advertising. The Cavalcade of America documented historical events using stories of individual courage, initiative and achievement, often with feel-good dramatizations of the human spirit’s ...
By Craig Havighurst
The String is weekly think radio featuring conversations and features on culture, media and American music - anchored by veteran journalist and broadcaster Craig Havighurst. Music makers, enablers, instigators and documentarians are featured with enough time to go deep and burrow into issues, while letting the music play too. Music news, previews, Time Machine Tape and 90 Second Spins round out the hour.
By John O'Connor
Zine makers, Independant and Small Press publishers, and artists join me to talk about all things orbiting around zines and self publishing
By The Lady Kickback
Creatives K.Mack (Filmmaker), TamekaB (Photograph…
By Toby , Bonix , Ray , Joey , 文見 , 阿璦 @ 熱血時報
由創作人觀點去講不同類別的改變。致 所有對世界懷著瘋狂、 愛推翻思想、不安於現狀、在不同範疇尋找新觀點的人。
By Justy Gee
A post-apocalyptic audio drama, in which rampant fires have destroyed not only lives and the earth, but what little civilization was left. Rhana is on a mission to restore humanity to the world.
By AVpodcast
Dos amigos se retan el uno al otro a descubrir un trozo recóndito de subcultura friki
By Roberta Sparrow
This intent of this short book is to be used as a simple and direct guide in a time of great danger.... -- Roberta Sparrow, 1938 --
By Chris Marquardt / Anchor
From the life of a photographer, author, traveler, podcaster.
Forum Opera
By Loyal Books
Published in 1915, The Scarecrow of Oz is the ninth book in the Oz book series and focuses on the adventures of Cap’n Bill, Trot, and the Scarecrow, who find themselves entangled in the politics of Jinxland and must work against formidable odds to overthrow its despot and restore rule to its rightful successor. Apart from the appearances of familiar faces, the novel also accommodates a fresh set of characters and magical creatures residing in the Land of Oz, further contributing to its classi...
By Loyal Books
Oh My Goodness! What a lot of incredible adventures are packed into this epic. The evil gnome king plots to destroy Oz and enslave it's people; evil creatures from many places are enlisted in this dastardly plan that has every chance of success. Dorothy brings her Aunt and Uncle from Kansas where they have been evicted from the farm, to live in Oz and they are given a tour of parts of Oz that have never been visited before. A city of paper dolls, a city of jig saw people, a city of bunnies an...
By Loyal Books
Dorothy and Toto set out to help the Shaggy Man (who really is very shaggy) and end up lost, following a strange new road. Along the way they meet Button Bright, a little boy who is not really very bright at all, The Rainbow's Daughter, the Fox King and many other curious creatures including the deadly Scoodlers who want to make soup of them and the Musicker who can't stop making music. But the adventurers make their way to the Deadly Desert and cross it in a novel way to reach the Land of ...
By Loyal Books
Who is stealing all the magic in Oz? Dorothy and her friends set out to comb all of Oz, not only for magic stolen from Glinda and the Wizard, but also for the kidnapped princess, Ozma. Along the way, they explore regions never seen in other Oz books, meeting strange and interesting people and animals, and falling into peril more than once. It’s a desperate mission – for if the thefts are all linked, then it means that some magician unknown to them has acquired powers beyond any available to t...
By Lina och Andrea
En podd som handlar om allt mellan himmel och jord. I denna podd kommer vi prata om livet som tonåring, relationer, vänskap och jobb. Hoppas ni kommer hänga kvar med oss hela vägen. För frågor, maila in till oss på: [email protected]
By Corey Lansdell
A podcast dedicated to the journey of becoming a published children's book author and illustrator. Perfect for beginner illustrators and authors looking for inspiration and insight.
Creativity Speaks is a podcast where artists, musicians, writers, and creators of all sorts talk about their creative process, how they make their work, what inspires them and what keeps them going.
By Tara Wibrew
A podcast for musical nerds and newbies. We are those kids.
By Matthew Félix
When Matthew had to renew his European visa, his point of exit was obvious: he was going to Morocco. Memories of his previous trip filled him with anxiety. What was he thinking? After everything that had happened, did he really want to go back? Scams. Altercations. Mishaps. But also humor and beauty. His curiosity overcoming his fears, his second trip would prove as unforgettable as the first. Select excerpts from the book "With Open Arms" and the forthcoming audiobook of the same name. Read ...
By Pushkin House
Introducing the Pushkin House Podcast. A new podcast series from the UK's oldest independent Russian cultural centre - featuring in-depth interviews and conversations with leading artists, academics, and public figures, covering the full extent of our rich cultural programme.
By Davis, Luzader, and Stewart
Brett Stewart, Nicole Davis, and David Luzader delve deep into a bevy of unique films by utilizing a rotating thematic calendar. From Oscar-winning films to Adam Sandler bombs, the trio digs their heels into films across every genre and era. Stewart, Davis, and Luzader also frequently welcome guests on the program and every 5 weeks are subjected to the listener's choice films. (They're usually bad.)
By Bean in Dingle
Every week we will sit down and discuss different topics relevant to Dingle, Ireland, the time of year, or mostly just random stuff. It will be fun, off the cuff, and unedited. May contain strong language and is not suitable for children.
By Listening to Catalyst
Over five years of hosting live events in the greater Boston/Cambridge area not only gave Catalyst Conversations founder Deborah Davidson front row seats to some of the most riveting conversations between Art and Science - she’s now built an arsenal of some of the most influential speakers in the field. Deborah Davidson is getting her creative and scientific colleagues together to create short interviews for a podcast venture “Listening to Catalyst.”
By Cristina Aparicio Castaño
Slow Fashion Life, un podcast quincenal sobre moda sostenible y un estilo de vida a contracorriente. Con historias que enganchan y entrevistas que te van a interesar. Porque la moda sostenible es para ti pero aún no lo sabes. Presentado por Cristina Aparicio y patrocinado por @cleoveos.
By Derangement of the Senses
Derangement of the Senses is a monthly podcast featuring some of New York's best writers and performers.
By Total Medulla Entertainment
In 2016 Medulla Talk started off as a simple 15min conversation show over Skype with founder Devonte Hill and his close friends. 2017's version of Medulla Talk expanded on the concept and grew into an hour long discussion based show centered around social commentary and featured interviews. In 2018 we're kicking some ass! We're expanding from our roots and bringing you the best of both versions. We'll dive into the latest songs, films, TV shows and other forms of art to discuss and reflect on...
By brokenkites
Narratives from the Theoreticals War. Science fiction audio drama in first person, non-linear narrative format with music by Brokenkites. Cast: Melissa McBride as Hemingway "Emi" Vance Joe Zeija as "Coppertop" Summers Chip Wood as London Matthew Kendrick as Thomas Vance
By Prairie Public Broadcasting
Chef Tim Rosendahl of Rosey's Bistro joins the hosts of Main Street with a weekly topic about food.
By FirePitHuke
The Fire Pit crew discuss Faith and the Bible and encourage the listener to Stay Lit for Christ between Sundays.
By LeTom James
Weekly recaps, NBA trends, and some good old fashioned trash talking.
By Shayla Grace
There are, on average, 130 million books currently existing in the world today. Statistically speaking, not all of them can be very good. Some of them might, in fact, be absolutely terrible. ​Novel Nightmares is a biweekly podcast about bad books, hosted by one broke college kid and one broke regular kid: Shay and Corbin, respectively. For about half an hour every other week, with new episodes dropping on Saturdays, this tired twosome attempts to make sense of the darker side of the literary ...
By Arthur Laramie
We sit down with current, past and future warriors to discuss their stories, mental health, overcoming PDST and joining together in brotherhood. If you are a solider or know one with great stories to tell, email [email protected] to put is in touch with them.
By Foodfolder
**Tre sommelierer som alltid söker nya smakupplevelser.** En podcast där Mat & Dryck är till för att sätt guldkant på vardagen! Hitta alla drycker och recept på Foodfolder.se
By Gary Creely
This is a podcast for the knife enthusiast, collector, and maker. We will cover a range of topics and types of knives. Fixed blade, folder, kitchen cutlery, production, and customs will be discussed. Each episode we will spotlight a particular knife maker and a particular blade steel.
By Lia Hagen
After 19-year-old Aya Velasquez died mysteriously in Harding Park, no one seemed to care. At least not until a preteen medium accidentally summoned Aya herself to solve the mystery. With no memory of her death and no shortage of questions, Aya must make friends with her fellow ghosts and discover the truth behind the Midwest’s most haunted park. Based on EVP audio recorded by M.A.A.G. (Mothers Against Aliens and Ghosts), Overkill is a comedy podcast, a murder mystery, and a love story all wra...