David Hanna is the producer and co-host of the Macintosh & Maud arable of podcasts; a player on Kids on Bikes Podcast, and co-host and co-producer of Track Meet.
Recent episodes featuring David Hanna
MLP S6E21: "Every Little Thing She Does" (w/ Eddie!)
Find us at: iTunes Spotify Patreon YouTube Eddie Louise Parker of Sage and Savant joins us this week for a very special Starlight Glimmer episode. Special in the sense that she’s about to unleash some Amelia Bedelia-level hijinks in Twilight’s castle. Twilight’s impressed with her new student’s magical abilities (duh) but when it comes to friendship lessons, Starlight has some work to do. And of course, she makes the absolute best decision by brainwashing her friends to make their lesson time that much more efficient! Right?! That’s how friendship works, at least if you don’t really understand friendship at all. Get ready for the biggest magic hangover you’re ever likely to feel as we review “Every Little Thing She Does” on this episode of Macintosh & Maud! Check out our merchandise at our new Teepublic store! We've got lots of fun designs to choose from and more on the way! You can email us with feedback at macintoshandmaud@gmail.com, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Intro and outro music is "Madgapuff March (rmx) by JS Bach" by Lee Rosevere. Licensed under a CCO 1.0 Universal License. For the song and information about the artist, visit the song page at the Free Music Archive.
MLP S6E20: "Viva Las Pegasus" (w/ Whitney!)
Find us at: iTunes Spotify Patreon YouTube Diva pony correspondent, sister extraordinaire, and podcast raconteur Whitney Nelsen joins us for a trip to the glitziest party place in Equestria, Las Pegasus. And if we’re going to a loud, raucous, the two ponies we definitely need to send are…Applejack and Fluttershy?! This episode has no right to work as well as it does, but it’s ridiculously funny in the BEST way, not least because of two familiar con ponies returning to make Applejack wanna throw hooves. We review “Viva Las Pegasus” on this episode of Macintosh & Maud! Check out our merchandise at our new Teepublic store! We've got lots of fun designs to choose from and more on the way! Macintosh & Maud have a Patreon! If you contribute $2.00 or more you can listen to our reviews of Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks and Equestria Girls: Friendship Games, along with other great content! You can email us with feedback at macintoshandmaud@gmail.com, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Intro and outro music is "Madgapuff March (rmx) by JS Bach" by Lee Rosevere. Licensed under a CCO 1.0 Universal License. For the song and information about the artist, visit the song page at the Free Music Archive.
SPECIAL: 2020 Oscar Nominations
Find us at: iTunes Spotify Patreon The 2020 Oscar nominations have been announced and…well…it happened. David’s full of hot takes and huffiness, while Diana’s utterly nonplussed. Yet both agree that Parasite is amazing and Todd Phillips deserves to get detained by security for the entire ceremony instead of watching the show on camera. Ugh. Here’s hoping the winners are more interesting than the nominees this year… You can email us with feedback at macintoshandmaud@gmail.com, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe and review on iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcatcher, and tell your friends. Intro music taken from the Second Movement of Ludwig von Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Hong Kong (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 HK) license. To hear the full performance or get more information, visit the song page at the Internet Archive.
OSCARS '67: Cool Hand Luke
Find us at: iTunes Spotify Patreon CONTENT WARNING: Discussion of violence, torture, prisons, labor camps, sadistic wardens, death of a loved one, prayer and Christian iconography. 1967 was a year of change, with the growth in revolutionary ideas, escalation of the war in Vietnam, and the “Summer of Love”. So it’s fitting that one of the real big award contenders that year was a prison chain-gang movie about refusing to conform with societal standards. One that just so happened to have the dashing, blue-eyed, cooler than cool Paul Newman at its helm. And while this movie isn’t perfect - it suffers a bit of Kubrick rule fatigue and sometimes belabors the point - there’s something both charming and haunting at the core of this film. We’re brought to a place where even the most iron-willed person will eventually get broken by authority, even if that person might go out with a giant smirk on his face. We continue our ‘67 Oscars series with Cool Hand Luke on this episode of Macintosh & Maud Haven’t Seen What?! Macintosh & Maud have started a Patreon! Any little bit you can contribute helps, and we have special contributor-only content if you donate at the $2 level, including our review of Patrick Swayze's surfing classic with the majestic Keanu Reeves, Point Break! You can email us with feedback at macintoshandmaud@gmail.com, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe and review on iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcatcher, and tell your friends. Intro music taken from the Second Movement of Ludwig von Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Hong Kong (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 HK) license. To hear the full performance or get more information, visit the song page at the Internet Archive. Excerpt taken of the introductory music for the 1968 Academy Awards, arranged and conducted by Elmer Bernstein, and performed by the Academy Awards Orchestra. Excerpt taken from “Main Title” from the motion picture Cool Hand Luke, composed by Lalo Schifrin. Copyright 1967 Warner Bros.-Seven Arts. Clips from Cool Hand Luke are copyright 1967 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved. Clip from the pilot episode of Cheers, "Ring Me Up Sometime," is copyright 2011 CBS Corp. Clip from the main title sequence of Doctor Dolittle was written and composed by Leslie Bricusse and conducted by Lionel Newman. © 1967 Apjac Productions, Inc. and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Renewed 1995 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.
MLP S6E20: "Viva Las Pegasus" (w/ Whitney!)
Find us at: iTunes Spotify Patreon YouTube Diva pony correspondent, sister extraordinaire, and podcast raconteur Whitney Nelsen joins us for a trip to the glitziest party place in Equestria, Las Pegasus. And if we’re going to a loud, raucous, the two ponies we definitely need to send are…Applejack and Fluttershy?! This episode has no right to work as well as it does, but it’s ridiculously funny in the BEST way, not least because of two familiar con ponies returning to make Applejack wanna throw hooves. We review “Viva Las Pegasus” on this episode of Macintosh & Maud! Check out our merchandise at our new Teepublic store! We've got lots of fun designs to choose from and more on the way! Macintosh & Maud have a Patreon! If you contribute $2.00 or more you can listen to our reviews of Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks and Equestria Girls: Friendship Games, along with other great content! You can email us with feedback at macintoshandmaud@gmail.com, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Intro and outro music is "Madgapuff March (rmx) by JS Bach" by Lee Rosevere. Licensed under a CCO 1.0 Universal License. For the song and information about the artist, visit the song page at the Free Music Archive.
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378
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6
Total Airtime
2 days, 15 hours