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http://Hypable.com's ReWatchable is dedicated to re-watching all your favorite TV shows! To date we've re-watched Agent Carter, Sense8, Angel, Buffy, Avatar: The Legend of Korra, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Freaks and Geeks, Pushing Daisies, Veronica Mars, and Firefly. All TV Re-Watches are available in our feed, so jump right in at whatever show you'd like! Join us for analysis, commentaries, character discussions, and more on each of these shows. This is a spoiler-free podcast, so everyone ...
 
Charmed is back! If you were a fan of the original you must see this reboot with a Mel, Maggie, and Vera taking on the power of three. Just in time for Halloween this is the spiritual show we needed. Come back every week as our hosts break down each episode diving into this world of demons and whitelighters, and bring you the most recent news and gossip from the show.
 
Tune in weekly for reviews and discussions on every new episode of The Walking Dead with our After Show Podcast! Subscribe to stay up to date and get cast interviews! Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman, this gritty drama portrays life in the months and years that follow a zombie apocalypse. Led by former police officer Rick Grimes,
 
The Castle After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of ABC's Castle.Show Summary: Castle is an American crime drama television series, which premiered on ABC on March 9, 2009. The series primarily traces the lives of Richard Castle, a best-selling mystery novelist, and Kate Beckett, an NYPD homicide detective, as they solve various unusual crimes in New York City. Detective Beckett is initially infuriated at the thought of working with a writer and goes to great lengths to keep him ...
 
Are you ready to enter the dystopian world of Gilead? In the HANDMAID’S TALE AFTER SHOW we discuss this totalitarian society’s attempt to repopulate a devastated world by forcing women into sexual servitude and treating them as property. Tune in here for reviews, recaps and in-depth discussions of the latest episodes, as well as the insider scoop from cast and crew members on the show.
 
Releasing weekly episodes, Nancy and Brando put their unique insight into the entertainment industry with sort of a rambling look into movies, tv, and video games to determine if they are, in fact, entertaining.Both new and old movies, current and classic video games, and all sorts of TV shows will be evaluated to see if they still can be classified (in our minds) as entertainment or if that world has long since passed by them.Our goals are to be both thoughtful and comical as we navigate th ...
 
The 200% Podcast has been two middle-aged men shouting at clouds, documentary series about the history of football in England and Wales, and is now about terrible old TV shows from the past.. Every Thursday, we'll deliver you an episode of our current series,This Is Our Everest. For more episodes than are available on here, feel free to pay us a visit. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
RAW TV is a nationally-aired, completely student-produced Christian television show taped at Southeastern University in Lakeland, FL. The show, now in its eighth season, deals with current and relevant topics that college students are talking about. It features exciting talks and musical guests.
 
Live one on one interview with Alan 'Snoop' Evans II, a native of Detroit, MI., who has taken the gospel music industry by storm with his unique approach to playing bass. He is a live and session musician in the gospel community, as evidenced by his impressive discography and the countless live performances that mark his professional career. Check out this interview as I dive into his roots and current career in the gospel industry.
 
Former NFL Cheerleader and current journalist Bridget Case breaks down “real life” outside the game and sucker punches athlete stereotypes mid-interview. Sports figures join the show each week with juicy tell all tales from on and off the field. Pro and NCAA athletes talk life after the game and current sports news.
 
Mark Ellen and David Hepworth have been talking about and writing about music together and individually for a collective eighty years in magazines like Smash Hits, Mojo and The Word and on radio and TV programmes like "Rock On", "Whistle Test" and VH-1. Over thirteen years ago, when working on the late magazine The Word, they began producing podcasts. Some listeners have been kind enough to say these have been very special to them. When the magazine folded in 2012 they kept the spirit of tho ...
 
The Master of None After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Netflix's Master of None.Show Summary: Comic Aziz Ansari and writer Alan Yang are the creators of this Netflix-original comedy, which is loosely based on Ansari's real-life experiences. Ansari plays the role of Dev, a New York-based actor who is struggling to identify what he really wants, both personally and professionally. The series reveals glimpses of Dev's younger years, and explores current aspects of his life, inc ...
 
There are phenomena out there that do not yet have commonly held, empirical proof, but whose existence is hard to deny. Things that go bump in the night, woosh across the sky, and rummage through your garbage after hours. We do not have the answers, but are in a constant search for another piece of the puzzle, trying to get a better picture of the currently indefinable. This, is THE INVISIBLE WORLD. Each week we feature current news stories on topics such as ghosts, UFOs and their occupants, ...
 
Are you searching for great stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest scientific discoveries. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science. Our website with show notes]] Greetings science fans! We’r ...
 
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I doubt that I have to introduce Andrew Huang. His online entries are a strong contender for “YouTube Channel Most Responsible For Music-Making Coolness” (https://www.youtube.com/andrewhuang), and he simultaneously does tutorials, gear demos and production technique tricks/tips. This is one of the few people that I’ve interviewed that all of my kid…
 
Happy new year and welcome to Episode 142! We hope you’re all “enjoying” the sequel to 2020 so far. We’re 2 weeks in and it already feels like 9 months. But even though 2021 has started off with sputters (to say the least), we feel we’re starting this year off right. Before we get into the show, we wanted to let you know that we appeared on Episode…
 
This Is Our Everest returns today, albeit as a far more sensible weekly edition, with Edward and Ian getting their RDA of The Price Is Right. Your heroes - one in particular - are both connoisseurs of the American programme, so how are they going to respond to the first edition of the Leslie Crowther-fronted UK series from March 1984? Pretty much a…
 
In which we tell the story of James Taylor's tattoo, Bowie's coded message to Hermione, Tracy Chapman v Nicki Ninaj, Gerry Marsden stealing George Harrison's girlfriend, and the real life girls from Valerie and My Sharona - plus bracing rounds of 'Republican Senator or Country Music star?' and 'Joanna Newsom song title or vegetarian restaurant in B…
 
Dr. Rebecca Richards-Kortum is the Malcolm Gillis University Professor of Bioengineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rice University. She is also Director of the award-winning Rice 360 Institute for Global Health and founder of Beyond Traditional Borders Program at Rice University. Rebecca and her colleagues are developing technologi…
 
Show Notes: https://tvrewindpodcast.com/375 Pause for the News: [00:02:51] Weekly Rewind: Shows discussed are from Sunday, January 3rd to January 9th, 2021: Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist - S2E1 - Zoey’s Extraordinary Return (Season Premiere) [00:35:14] Fast Forward: [00:47:37] Record For Later: [00:48:10]…
 
Surely the only podcast on God’s Earth that covers Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera, Pulp’s Disco 2000, Zulu, voter fraud in Citizen Kane, Mother’s club in Birmingham, Prudence Farrow, the Alan Parsons Project, Get Cape Wear Cape Fly!, the Maharishi, ‘Lennon Remembers’, Gothmog (lieutenant of Morgul) and ‘Is it a craft beer or a Mercury Prize Nominee?’ …
 
Dr. Carolyn Bertozzi is the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Chemical and Systems Biology and Radiology at Stanford University. She is also an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Carolyn’s research combines chemistry and biology. Her lab develops tools from chemistry that can be used to study biolo…
 
Dr. Cecilia Suhr is an amazing individual: academic, performer, installation artist, painter, recording musician – she’s found herself in the midst of so many artforms. When one of my listeners pointed her work out to me, I was fascinated by the breadth of the work – but also the focus on interactivity, and the ‘honoring of the audience’. Whether i…
 
The ReWatchable team comes together for a holiday movie viewing of A Muppet Christmas Carol talking all things Scrooge and The Muppets! Hosts: Danielle, Ariana, Kendra, Natalie, and Brittany Fun Facts: Our hosts this time around reveal their favorite Holiday specials. Ariana discusses the Downton Abbey season 2 Christmas Special (no not that one, t…
 
Surely the only podcast that's ever included tantalising Beatles film outtakes, the knock-down sale of Michael Jackson's Neverland, 'the Great Fatsby' by Leslie West, Frank Sinatra, E17 with sleigh bells and and Ladbaby's We Built This City On Sausage Rolls. Plus we play energetic rounds of 'Farrow & Ball paint colour or Tyrannosaurus Rex track?' a…
 
Dr. Talid Sinno is a Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering as well as Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics at the University of Pennsylvania. He is also Director of Graduate Admissions. His lab develops computer models and simulations focused on how very small, microscopic objects come together or aggregate to form larger struc…
 
Welcome to a bonus episode of Heroes Of Noise. As a little holiday gift to the HON Community we're making this Patreon episode available to the public. In other words, there's no paywall so feel free to enjoy it. If you like what you hear, please consider supporting Heroes of Noise on Patreon. Now then, let's get to those show notes: Hey it's Dan. …
 
Merry Christmas! In our first ever Christmas Day podast, Jason and I take a look at the William Shatner classic(?) “A Christmas Horror story”! We wish you and yours all the best this holiday season, and look forward to coming back in what’s hopfully a much better 2021! —Please send us your comments, thoughts and...…
 
Welcome to Episode 141 We almost didn’t do a show this week but then quickly realized that we this would be the last show of 2020. So we decided to keep it loose this week and lean in to the holiday. Here’s a little of what’s to come this episode: Youtube First Reaction Videos Are Bullshit The Underestimation of Jamie Foxx We learn what “Yuletide” …
 
The final door of the This Is Our Everest Advent calendar inevitably reveals the terrifying spectacle of Fanny Cradock Cooks For Christmas. Our heroes both watch this monstrosity every Christmas regardless and it doesn't disappoint. There are thoughts on hygienic food preparation, painting pissy leaves with melted chocolate and the best way to mix …
 
The penultimate day of the This Is Our Everest Advent calendar goes back 50 years to the black and white world of Please Sir! Ian is fascinated by any programme that depicts London in the early 1970s, even if it is just for the social documentary aspect, and as such is much more kindly disposed to this programme than his colleague. Your heroes disc…
 
Day 22 of the This Is Our Everest Advent calendar sees Edward and Ian join Chas and Dave for their 1982 Christmas Knees-up. It is a programme that acts as a salve on both of your heroes' battle-scarred psyches and also one which allows Ian to expand upon his sitcom-worthy childhood family Christmases in North London (or Tier 4, as it is now better …
 
In which we dust down a great new Bee Gees doc (How Can You Mend A Broken Heart?), applaud Bill Bailey, remember the absurdity of the Best Guitarist polls (and then name our favourite guitarists), mine the folklore of John Le Carre for possible band names (the Scalphunters, Madame Ostrakova), shake down the ‘river of dimes’ world of music copyright…
 
Day 21 of the This Is Our Everest Advent calendar sees Ian break all known rules for this already stupid and pointless exercise, picking a 2011 festive edition of Yo Gabba Gabba. Edward is keen to find out whether or not having two young children has now addled Ian's brain to the point that this is now the sort of television programme he enjoys and…
 
Dr. Audrey Dussutour is a National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) Scientist at Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse, France. Audrey studies animal behavior and collective intelligence in ant colonies and slime molds. In ant colonies, she examines how the ants regulate traffic to avoid traffic jams, and she creates algorithms that may help al…
 
Tlacael Esparza was introduced to me by my friend Dave Hill Jr. – he pointed to Esparza’s Sensory Percussion as an example of the new electronic music instrument industry. This system (which you can check out at https://sunhou.se/) uses a sensitive microphone, combined with bleeding-edge machine learning software, to map a drumhead into multiple pl…
 
Day 20 of our Advent calendar sees Edward and Ian watching the 1977 Fat Albert Christmas Special. It's your heroes' first encounter with this particular US television monolith but the helter skelter melding of the Nativity and A Christmas Carol soon takes a back seat to the inevitable questions. Can we really separate the art from the artist, when …
 
Day 19 of the This Is Our Everest Advent calendar and Edward and Ian are watching the Concentration Christmas special from 24th December 1968. Eschewing the commonly-held notion that the secret to a long life is mild cheese and exciting television, Edward has decided to try it the other way round with a 52-year old US game show and a honking lump o…
 
Welcome to Episode 140 This week we start off with a health update as Dan is currently sick, in quarantine, and forced to stay home from work until Covid-19 results come back. Don't worry, you can't catch the Rona listening to podcasts. We push on though and before we get into reviews, these are some of the topics discussed at the top of the show: …
 
Day 18 of the This Is Our Everest Advent calendar sees your heroes have their first encounter with the other-worldly Lawrence Welk, and The Lawrence Welk Christmas Show from 1972. Edward and Ian learn about what Republicans do to celebrate Christmas, most of them by the looks of it against their will. In amongst the songs and the forced child labou…
 
Day 17 of the This Is Our Everest Advent calendar inevitably sees Edward and Ian watching The Generation Game Christmas Special from 1973. Both of your heroes are thrilled to bits to see Frankie Howerd again and are effusive in their praise for both him and the show's titular host (he's in charge), Bruce Forsyth. Ian is very busy this episode, expl…
 
In an entirely church-based 16th day of our Advent calendar, your heroes have been watching an episode of ITV's Morning Worship from 1993. It brings back all kinds of repressed childhood memories for Edward which is bound to have done him no good at all. Meanwhile, Ian learns about the Last Supper and offers some ruminations on the potency of langu…
 
This week on the podcast Jason and I review the new Marvel/X-Men movie “The New Mutants”. We also chat about everything Scott Gimple has said recently, and discuss the latest news from The Walking Dead Universe. —Music in this episode is “Pumped Up Kicks“, performed by Chamberlin Please send us your comments, thoughts and feedback!...…
 
In the 15th episode of our Advent calendar, it's a star-festooned Christmas extravaganza with the BBC's 1972 Christmas Night With The Stars. The normally risk-averse Ian gets another opportunity to engage with The Goodies for a reason you probably won't expect and also airs an inconvenient truth about Mike Yarwood. Edward is concerned that The Live…
 
Welcome to Episode 139. It was a busy week for us last week so we're getting this one out to you late. It's also going to be a shorter show this week as we truly are squeezing this one in so we can stay at least a little consistent. Before getting into our reviews this week, we give you an update on our new website Dan built. It's now live so check…
 
In which we salute the Taylor Swift publicity machine and the "sixth Stone" Ian Stewart, marvel at the money-spinning value of song copyrights (Dylan, Gershwin, Third Man Theme etc), listen to albums in the dark, point up McCartney's superhuman achievement on June 14 1965 and spot fictitious music magazines (the Amazing Pudding?) and emo bands (Moo…
 
Day 14 of this stupid Advent calendar sees your heroes watching The Les Dennis Laughter Show from 22nd December 1990. Ian is far from impressed with the programme, which delighted Edward who - uniquely among these festive selections - has chosen the episode. It's pretty thin gruel all round however, in the spirit of good will to all men, Les Dennis…
 
Dr. Erica Middleton is an Institute Scientist and Director of the Language and Learning Laboratory at Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute. Many people who have had a stroke experience a long-term impairment in their ability to produce or comprehend language. This impairment is called aphasia. Erica’s research focuses on applying fundamental lear…
 
Day 13 of the This Is Our Everest Advent calendar looks at the world of home computing in December 1985 with the BBC Micro Live Christmas Special. With the eight-year age gap between Ian and Edward there's plenty of opportunities for some generational blindspots and your heroes gleefully walk right into them. There's the almost inevitable mention o…
 
Day 12 of our Advent calendar sees your heroes watching another programme from the ITV schedule on Christmas Day 1980: Runaround, the energetic children's quiz presented by Mike Reid. It's a programme that provides Edward and Ian some blessed relief from the poundings that have gone and those that are yet to come. Up for discussion is plastics tech…
 
Day 11 of the This Is Our Everest Advent calendar sees Edward and Ian revisit Christmas Day 1980 and an episode of 3-2-1. It's a programme that aggravates Edward in the extreme, not least because Ian remains entirely convinced it is some kind of Runic statement from another plane of human consciousness if he could only decode it. Whether he is righ…
 
What would Christmas be if it didn't include at least one uncomfortable discussion about racism? Well, day 10 of our Advent calendar sees Edward and Ian watch the 1985 In Sickness and In Health Christmas special in order to facilitate this. It's a programme Ian finds so odious he doesn't even mention the fact it has a theme tune by Chas and Dave. W…
 
Day 9 of the This Is Our Everest Advent calendar sees Edward and Ian visit a curious and extremely topical festive extravaganza from 1984, The Torvill and Dean Christmas Special. The programme wasn't the light entertainment variety hour either of your heroes were expecting, but their initial relief quickly gives way to astonished disgruntlement onc…
 
Edward and Ian have both been to their fair share of honking parties, but Day 8 of the This Is Our Everest Advent calendar took them to Keith Harris' Christmas Party in 1983 and now all bets are off. Our heroes ponder whether or not Keith was a white supremacist, the exact wording of Orville's tenancy agreement and the potential incarceration of St…
 
Choice items discussed include Dua Lipa's 5-million-tickets-sold online show, the full list of Altamont catastrophes, the magic of the rock press 'on the road' feature, Maslow's hierarchy of needs (oh yes!), Jeff 'Skunk' Baxter's move into military defence and US Spy Satellites, David's disastrous cinema outing, whether going to gigs is now largely…
 
Day 7 of the This Is Our Everest Advent calendar sees Edward and Ian seek to once and for all answer the question: were the olden days better? Their chosen method is analysing an episode of The Appleyards from Christmas 1956. Pantomimes come in for some significant critique by one of our panel, there's an encounter with a racist magician and Ian la…
 
Dr. Eva Harris is a Professor of Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology as well as Director of the Center for Global Public health at the University of California, Berkeley. She is also the founder and president of the Sustainable Sciences Institute. Eva’s research focuses on dengue and influenza viruses that are major public health problems around th…
 
Rachel Palmer is originally from my neck of the woods – the Minneapolis area. But she’s now in Cologne, expanding her visuals-for-music practice, and – germane to this interview – promoting her new music release: Antecedent, on Modularfield Records (https://modularfield.io/rachel-palmer-antecedent). It was just released on November 27th, but I had …
 
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