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Disasterina is LA's Most Disastrous Drag Queen, cast member of The Boulet Brother's Dragula Season 2, and star of the OutTv series Sado Psychiatrist! Listen to her get stoopid with her artsy fartsy, weirdo, fabulous frenz! Interviews, original music, comedy skits, trash poetry, obtuse aural segments will infiltrate your safe sound space! SO MANY TASTY EAR BITS!
 
Jordan Crucchiola and Amanda Smith believe that not every disaster movie is a disaster. Whether it’s an A-List actor trying to outrun a lava flow, or a C-List actor punching a mutant shark in the face, Jordan and Amanda will find something to love - or to laugh about. Join them every Wednesday as they break down the highs and loves of a beloved (or under appreciated) entry in the disaster movie canon.
 
Whether natural or man-made, disasters attract a strange mixture of horror and fascination. However, the spectacle of devastation is only ever one part of the story. Take a closer look, and you will find tales of extraordinary human endurance and heroism, stories that veer from the horrific to the oddly humorous, and lessons that can be learned to make our world safer. From the Titanic to the Costa Concordia, the Station nightclub fire to the Pulse nightclub shooting, these extraordinary eve ...
 
A weekly comedy relationship podcast about the epic disasters in our lives, from crappy jobs to dysfunctional relationships. Hosted by Atlanta podcasters, Cheri and Rick, This Epic Disaster features humor, interviews, pop culture, beer and valuable information you can use when the things in your life go horribly wrong. New show every Monday.
 
The After Disaster is an extremely (un)famous podcast featuring three guys from three very different backgrounds: one was briefly raised in a cult, one was a wild 90's raver, and one was a goody-two-shoes church boy. What was once intended to be a Loveline aftershow (circa 2010) quickly devolved into an absolute orgy of ignorance and a decade of inside jokes that, despite our best efforts, is actually enjoyable from time to time. The show is hosted by filmmaker and former Loveline engineer A ...
 
This podcast is a platform to explore, engage, and educate the emergency management community and will feature guests from diverse emergency management disciplines to discuss mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery topics intended to promote the exchange of ideas and best practices. Episode topics are developed from our team of disaster experts, listeners, and the clients we serve.
 
This podcast is for those who have experienced disaster or want to build in resiliency prior to a disaster. No community should begin at the beginning. Host Jennifer Gray Thompson, Executive Director of Rebuild NorthBay Foundation, interviews disaster professionals, community members, emergent leaders, and ordinary, yet extraordinary people who bring lessons, strategies, mistakes, triumphs, and humanity forward to help you recover, rebuild, and reimagine.
 
A podcast covering disasters of all kinds throughout history. From tornadoes and earthquakes to mining disasters and arson. From the perspective of a professional fire investigator, I provide the history of the area, a breakdown of how and why the disaster occurs, a timeline of the event, and the resulting aftermath. Sometimes delving into the specific failure mechanisms that occurred if the disaster (or disasters) did not come from nature. Listen along as we go through them together.
 
Tsunamis, volcanoes, tornadoes, earthquakes...these are real-life monsters. We like to think we’re prepared for a catastrophe. But time and time again, Mother Nature proves us wrong. Each week, Natural Disasters examines the earth’s biggest catastrophes that took countless lives, destroyed communities, and toppled civilizations. Natural Disasters is a Parcast Original with new episodes released every Thursday.
 
The UK's rail network is one of the safest in the world, but this is a reputation that has been hard-won through a dark history of death and destruction. Each of these accidents has helped to prevent another in the future. Signals to Danger is a series of Podcasts exploring and explaining the worst disasters on the UK rail network. Using reports, inquiries, news articles and first hand accounts, we will dive deep into these accidents and understand what went wrong, who was effected and how e ...
 
Adweek's 2020 "Marketing Podcast of the Year." On Lead Balloon, experienced public relations and marketing professionals share tales of the do-or-die situations that defined their strategic communications careers--what went wrong, how they overcame unexpected obstacles, and what they learned in the process. With immersive storytelling and a wry sense of humor, host Dusty Weis revisits epic PR disasters, professional crises and half-baked campaigns gone awry, and usually finds a reason to chu ...
 
Master Of Disaster is a podcast dedicated to helping people who feel they are stuck in a dark and scary place that has no end. I will share my story about my life that included Child abuse, sexual abuse, being a bully, drug addiction, anxiety, panic attacks, and the worst part, those crippling intrusive thoughts. After 30+ years of suppressing my Thoughts and feelings, I found a way to come out on the other side. Listen weekly to my story and you will find there is hope. You don’t have to su ...
 
Salvation Army Disaster Radio is a bi-weekly podcast covering all things related to Salvation Army disaster services and emergency management. The podcast includes audio and video shows. Hosted by a rotating cast of disaster services professionals, topics range from specific issues in emergency management to items of general interest to the casual listener.
 
Choco?Disaster is your new favorite usually bi-weekly podcast about currently airing anime! Join your new pals ChorpSaway, FutureFriend and JordanKai as they examine new anime, as they air! Also they occasionally talk about the news and make jokes; it's like a three-for-one deal!
 
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At Podcamp Media, we are *proudly* based in Milwaukee and Wisconsin. Founder Dusty Weis explains why in this column he wrote from our friends at OnMilwaukee.com. (Music by Ghost Beatz) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices저자 Dusty Weis
 
Topics Covered Stephanie Abrams grew up in Florida and the first time she considered a career in meteorology was after witnessing the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew’s impact to south Miami Dade County in 1992. Some of the most memorable storms she has covered in the past include Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Hurricane Michael in 2018, and Hurricane Lau…
 
When an experiment to harvest a limitless pool of "dark energy" goes awry, scientists scramble to fix their deadly mistake before more lives are lost. Episode sponsored by Super Yaki Remember to RATE & REVIEW! SUBSCRIBE: Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | RSS FOLLOW: @Disaster_Pod | @AmandaRTubbs | @JorCru | @JasonHalftones SPONSORS: Email ads@t…
 
Casey Cavaliere of The Wonder Years finds inspiration in helping others be creative. He talks to Will about Touring in Japan, cathartic concert moments, the creation of The Greatest Generation's epic closing song I Just Want To Sell Out My Funeral, the silly and serious sides of pop punk and how they both exist within The Wonder Years, and how thos…
 
This week we revisit a question that comes up time and again, what is a disaster? Joining us is the wonderful Dr. Susanna Hoffman, an anthropologist who for decades has been at the forefront of social science investigating the “why” and “how” disasters occur. Join us for a wide-ranging discussion about framing, meaning, politics and language of dis…
 
Photo Credit Dr. Joe Holley Dr. Joe Holley returns to the podcast with another Surfside, Florida condo collapse update. He was working there as part of the Federal Incident Support Team (IST). He talks about the extremely dangerous nature of this particular rescue effort and the overall wellness of the USAR teams working there and reiterates the ex…
 
SERIES: Role of the Non-Profit “We had to understand that things were changing whether we like it or not. We want to keep things the way they were but to be resilient in the future, we need to adapt to the fact that fire is a necessary part of the ecosystem.” -Lisa Micheli Ph.D Episode Description: The 3 most expensive words are: equity, sustainabi…
 
This week, in the wake of a deadly pandemic, we're called upon in our dreams, to come to Hemingford Home and stand alongside Mother Abagail in the ultimate battle between good and evil. Please head over to https://www.myrodecast.com/listen/entry/3491 and vote for us in the MyRodeCast competition. Your vote really counts. The Stand is a post-apocaly…
 
Episode 27 – Disaster Communications SystemsIn this episode, we speak Tony Bardo, Assistant Vice President for Government Solutions at Hughes Network Systems. We talk about the role of communications systems in disasters, and the intersection with government, industry, responders and survivors.Website:Hughes Network Systems - https://www.hughes.com…
 
In 2010 an accident took place on a level crossing at Herefordshire. An everyday trip turned into a disaster when the barriers opened as a train approached, two cars were hit by a train and one woman tragically lost her life. Join us this week to find out what went wrong at Moreton-on-Lugg. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/SignalstoDanger)…
 
This week, Mandi is willing and even ready to fight a chicken to the death, divers attempt the "Dive of Death" with mixed results, a diver finds himself on both ends of drunk driving disasters, someone fails to read the room on a scale never seen before on this podcast, Brianne's mom spills the Olympic tea, and in Melanie's absence we fail to make …
 
Comedian Ted Alexandro is an essential voice in the NYC comedy scene. He talks to Will about revisiting recordings of his material for his newly released album The Lost Album, Topical Jokes, Growing up in Queens, starting in theater as a kid, self releasing comedy specials, performing in NYC and internationally immediately after 9/11, organizing co…
 
The submarine sank in relatively sheltered waters, just fourteen miles from shore. Although her front end was on the sea bed, her rear end was lifted several feet out of the water. Surely rescue for the 103 men on board would be quite simple? Drawing from contemporary accounts and modern research, I'll tell the harrowing story of the HMS Thetis. Vi…
 
This week, we have our first guest star since Melanie got her ultimate disaster relief, Atlantis wants finger nipples and to eat her cat, Marked Safe is on TikTok now, it's time for everyone to get nekkid, we evaluate whether arrhythmia is a verb, a lot of corpses do a little breathing, Brianne is not cooking dinner after six days in a coffin, and …
 
This week's episode covers the Buffalo Creek Disaster in Buffalo Creek, West Virginia in 1972. Before listening to this episode, there is some in depth talking of survivor guilt and PTSD. I don't want any listeners to have any issues listening to this episode and if you feel you need to talk to someone, please reach out or call the National Suicide…
 
An apocalyptic threat to humanity arrives out of the clear blue sky with a series of violent, inexplicable deaths spreading across the country. The cause of the terrifying phenomenon remains unknown, prompting science teacher Elliot Moore (Mark Wahlberg), his wife Alma (Zooey Deschanel) and his colleague Julian (John Alberto Leguizamo) to try to el…
 
In 1964 a special train was put on to take 230 school children from Staffordshire to York. They were on their way to enjoy the sites of the city, a true adventure. 2 hours after it set off, it was derailed along the platforms at the suburban station of Cheadle Hulme. 3 lives lost and yet another disaster on the rails, join us this time to find out …
 
Adam Skirvin's music career began in Pop Punk, then Deathcore, Then Classical before returning back to Pop Punk. He talks to Will about playing in a variety of bands in his native New Jersey, before deciding to major in Bass and specifically classical music in college, how he incorporates his training and musical influences into his bass playing fo…
 
Welcome back for Season 5!!! We are so glad to see you again - or for the first time - as we explore why disasters really happen. Today we give some context to the new season, and then sit down with the amazing storyteller/engineer/professor David Prevatt to discuss disaster risk and colonized peoples, and how professionals can ethically be a part …
 
Photo Credit Dr. Joe Holley Dr. Joe Holley joins the podcast live from Surfside, Florida where he is working on the rescue efforts as part of the Federal Incident Support Team (IST). He talks about the extremely dangerous nature of this particular rescue effort and the overall wellness of the USAR teams working there. Dan McGuire of CISM Perspectiv…
 
Well hello naughty boys and gurls it is I, Disasterinaaa! Welcome to Tasty Ear Bits, The Disasterina Podcast! Here, we’re all about da drag, da art, da TRASH, and da comedy, haha! In my new episode we have yet another stellar assortment of out of this world contributors! Get your thinking caps on weirdos because the theme is science… or is it scien…
 
Henry DeVries had to choose: a big fat raise and a promotion, or maintain his integrity. The year was 1996, and Henry was the Vice President of Public Relations at Foresters Financial. He had just found out about an ongoing affair between two high-ranking executives, and they had made their intentions clear. They wanted him to aid in the cover-up, …
 
This week, Melanie records her last episode before maternity leave, TAG (The Audio Guy) chimes in, we ponder what a Florida Man baby would be like, the cryptid bracket comes to a close, Melanie identifies her strengths, the final Titanic episode sets sail, a staffing change sinks the Titanic, Violet Jessop becomes our WCW, James Cameron has a bad t…
 
Rick thinks he may be having podcast regret. Cheri prepares us for next week's Fourth of JuLIVE Live Broadcast. Rick realizes there are many song lyrics that are no longer appropriate to sing. We plan some significant changes to the podcast as we prepare for episode #200. Our Live Beer Review is Reformation Brewery's Ramble.…
 
Frnd Crcl's Zac Johnson views himself as a co leader of the up and coming Philadelphia Pop Punk Band. He talks to Will about his Orange Stratocaster the Flamethrower, growing up in New Jersey, dissects Blink-182's classic album Take Off Your Pants and Jacket, writing with a 2nd guitarist, the recording process, recording with a member of Thrash Met…
 
SERIES: Role of the Tribal Leader “The policies that you make should reflect your love for the community... If you can't do that, then you need to take a step back and go talk to your elders again.” -Reno Franklin Episode Description: Did you know? - The first inhabitants of coastal Sonoma County were the Kashia/Kashaya Band of Pomo Indians! In thi…
 
When the Ring of Fire starts heating up with an unprecedented amount of volcanic activity a team of scientists are gathered to prevent a global catastrophe. Episode sponsored by Super Yaki Remember to RATE & REVIEW! SUBSCRIBE: Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | RSS FOLLOW: @Disaster_Pod | @AmandaRTubbs | @JorCru | @JasonHalftones SPONSORS: Email…
 
Former FBI Supervisory Special Agent Scott Decker joins the Disaster Podcast today to talk about his role leading the investigation into Anthrax attacks following 9/11 back in 2001. Scott led the FBI’s bioterrorism investigation unit and has a lot to say about his team’s investigation and the subsequent identification of a suspect. We also follow u…
 
In the early 1900s, the coal fields of West Virginia were a tough place to work. With the mine owners keeping a tight grip on their wallets, miners got cheated out of their rightful earnings left, right, and center. From 1912 to 1922, southern West Virginia became a hotbed of miners who refused to take the mine owners' disrespect any longer.…
 
This week, if you thought Covid-19 was bad, then hold on to your butts, cause we're trapped in the Wildfire facility deep under the Nevada desert and going up against a deadly space virus known as The Andromeda Strain. The Andromeda Strain is a 1971 American science fiction film directed by legendary filmmaker Robert Wise and based on Michael Crich…
 
This week, Melanie's labor is a disaster, Brianne makes one of the most controversial cryptid hot takes yet, a Carpathia passenger is an unapologetic gossip, the pro-Cal lobby is just three Billy Zanes in a trench coat, dogs get zoomies on the Titanic, a cat sees the writing on the wall, and we unpack two Jack Dawson conspiracy theories. SHOW NOTES…
 
This weeks episode is a tale of travelling post offices and tanker wagons. Two trains collide outside Stafford station in 1996, one postal worker loses his life, and several carriages are destroyed. What happened which led to this disaster? Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/SignalstoDanger)
 
Comedian Lauren Hope Krass hopes to change the world in a positive way with her creative projects. She talks to Will about starting in Improv in Charleston, South Carolina, going to college for Theater, Stand Up Comedy, Producing live stand up, screenwriting and plans for future projects. https://www.laurenhopekrass.com/ https://www.instagram.com/l…
 
SERIES: Role of the Public Sector Leader “Sometimes we think physically doing something for someone is what's best for them. But sometimes they just want someone to hear their story… Sit back and listen. People want to be heard.” -Christa López Episode Description: There are so many layers to unpack in a disaster. Everything happens so quickly, peo…
 
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