Pilot Episode. A new dog park opens in Night Vale. Carlos, a scientist, visits and discovers some interesting things. Seismic things. Plus, a helpful guide to surveillance helicopter-spotting. Weather: "These and More Than These" by Joseph Fink Music: Disparition, disparition.info Logo: Rob Wilson, silastom.com Produced by Night Vale Presents. Written by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. More Info: welcometonightvale.com, and follow @NightValeRadio on Twitter or Facebook.
Third Ear er ude og lede efter uhyrer, monstre og dæmoner. Vi skal finde ud af hvad der sker med de farlige fantasiskabninger fra vores barndom når vi bliver voksne. Måske findes monstrene fra dengang stadigvæk. Måske har de bare ændret sig lidt og er blevet mere virkelige og mere uhyggelige end nogensinde før.
For the last episode of the season, we went to meet Jeffrey Armstrong, who, a few years after Curtis Flowers first went to prison, found what might have been a key piece of evidence. What he found -- and where he found it -- offers hints that someone else may have committed the Tardy Furniture murders. Armstrong turned the evidence into the cops. And then, he says, it disappeared.
HAPPY PRIDE MONTH!Carlett Brown may have been the first African American to undergo gender affirmation surgery.Gladys Bentley was one of the most successful African-American women of the 1920s and 1930s.Comedians Molly Ruben-Long (@mollyrubenlong) and Ariel Elias (@arielselias) delve in. Artwork by Julia JohnsTheme song lyrics by Alexis RuffTheme song vocals by Lelia BroussardTheme song production by Joanna Katcher Have an idea for someone we should cover? Email us at email@example.com and follow us on Twitter @wellbehavedpodLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Eclipse is Rock's complete package. Growin' Up Rock was lucky enough to catch up with the Swedish band in Atlanta to learn what's brought them here and what's in store for the future. Eclipse has released three albums that I absolutely love on Frontiers Records: Bleed and Scream (2012), Armageddonize (2015), and Monumentum (2017). On a rare trip to the US for an appearance at PowerProg USA, a progressive power metal festival, singer Erik Mårtensson, guitarist Magnus Henriksson, and drummer Philip Crusner of Sweden's Eclipse were kind enough to share some of their earliest influences, how they approach writing for different projects they are involved with, and their philosophy on recording to create these sonically awesome Eclipse records. It has occurred to us that Sweden must be putting something in the water, because there are a ton of killer hard rock and metal bands coming out of there these days. As you will hear from our conversation, it may just be the fact that all those kids whose parents were deep into hard rock and metal are finally coming of age. With incredible melodies, screaming guitars, great vocals and huge choruses tailor made for an arena or stadium, you're in for a treat because Eclipse is the total rock n roll package. Everyone’s Got a Rock N Roll Story to Tell Tell us yours @growinuprock.com Like us and leave us a review on our FaceBook page - @growinuprock Follow us on Twitter - @growinuprock Subscribe to our Podcast at the platform of your choice and leave us a review Support Music / Artist / and Your Favorite Podcast You can help out the Podcast by using our link below to do all of your Amazon shopping. Clicking on the Amazon banner below takes you to the Amazon site where you shop as normal. It costs you exactly the same, but the podcast gets a very small fee as a partner which help us pay to get our shows out each and every week. Growin’ Up Rock Amazon Store Eclipse W.E.T. John Corabi (Shuffle Rattle & Roll)
EP 136: Absolutely ...DRINK! In this weeks EP Loose and Bakko discuss Great White replacing their singer with a former frontman of Van Halen, Bakko's latest movie concept "Veganibal", an update on Bakko's previous movie concept "Bro-Dragon", the role of Bigfoot Porn in politics, LC's Alice Cooper Kerfuffle, Cobra Hacks, and a lesbian PSA. Also a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT about Cobrafest and the Nashville Rock N Pod Expo all while playing their favorite drinking game and favorite drinking songs. Featuring music from: Assjack Royal Bliss Texas Hippie Coalition Kid Rock/Nickelback Sons of Texas Guns N Roses Black Stone Cherry W.A.S.P.
One of the Sensible People gets an unsolicited sext from an unknown phone number. What does it mean? Some hog calling is in store for the loser of a new game called “Guess What You’re Doing?” in which the hosts get a short window of time to figure out an image they were hilariously photoshopped into. Plus, everyone’s favorite recurring guest Sonny Patel calls in from India to explain his latest neighborly dilemma. All this and the chance to find out what the hell a Googleganger is. Listen, laugh and remember to stay #Sensible! Follow Sensible People – Instagram: instagram.com/sensiblepeople/ Twitter: twitter.com/sensible_people Facebook: facebook.com/sensiblepeoplepodcast YouTube: Sensible People Website: sensiblepeoplepodcast.com We now have merch! https://teespring.com/stores/sensible-people-podcast
In this episode Pete Interviews current and long time drummer of Skid Row - Rob Hammersmith Rob shares his history and some interesting tales from his days so far in Skid Row including some pretty interesting things he has been asked to sign...nuff said! He talks about his drumming influences and some of his favorite performances from some of his heroes and how he got the Skid Row gig! This is an engaging and interesting interview with a truly good guy and talented drummer Enjoy We will forgo our normally scheduled news and notes and picks of the episode from this episode because we had so much great content with Rob Shout out to our favorite podcasts Growin' Up Rock Decibel Geek PodKISSt Ages Of Rock Cheap Talk With Trick Chat KISS FAQ Podcast Rock City Podder Than Hell Talking Maiden Contact Us @iLoveitLOUDcast on twitter I Love It LOUDcast on Facebook firstname.lastname@example.org Give us feedback, topics, ratings, and anything else show related Please subscribe & tell your friends
LIBSYN PODCASTERS MEET-UP NOVEMBER 5 from 5–8 pm. Come hang out with Rob, Krystal, Dave and Elsie! Want merch? We’ve got you covered #podcastersftw! Get yours today and support Podcasting! Quick Episode Summary: Intro :07 Audio Rockin’ Libsyn Podcast: Popcorn Finance 2:16 How you can be featured by Libsyn! 7:07 PROMO 1: Without Warning 8:38 Elsie and Rob Conversation 9:18 A CEO going on a podcast and lighting up a joint Rob likes the Inside Trader Joe’s Podcast Apple Keynote podcasting updates via Rob Tom Rowland Podcast shout-out! 19:52 Breaking down what gets you kicked out by Apple Podcasts and what gets you rejected by Apple Podcasts How to manage the up next list in Apple Podcasts - step by step 😜 PROMO 2: Honesty Check 38:41 iHeart Media acquires Stuff Media What is the value of having an app for your podcast via feedback Shout-outs to those that did their homework! And now Stitcher wants you to update all the Stitcher logos Panoply killed off their content team More feedback on having your own podcast app! Tools will not grow your podcast! Twitter and their “podcasting” feature A bit about Podchaser and what their new podcaster creater profiles Nope, you cannot have any kind of profanity on the show’s title Carey gives some feedback on something Elsie said! 1:01:44 Thoughts on advertising on Spotify and Overcast Anybody use the newest Skype recording feature? #TheFeedHomework What’s up with Chartable and how are they getting the Libsyn stats? Where have YOU been? On the radio! Worst email of the past 2 weeks PROMO: The Engine Mom 1:23:18 Stats, stats, stats! Median and mean numbers for July episodes + Spotify geographic stats Featured Podcast Promos + Audio Without Warning Honesty Check The Engine Mom Popcorn Finance Tom Rowland Podcast Carey from Podcastification Thank you to Nick from MicMe for our awesome intro! Podcasting Articles and Links mentioned by Rob and Elsie Our SpeakPipe Feedback page! Leave us feedback :) Joe Rogan and Elon Musk conversation Apple Special Event. September 12, 2018 Tom Rowland Podcast with Benny Blanc iHeartMedia to Acquire Stuff Media iHeartMedia to Buy HowStuffWorks Podcasting Parent for $55 Million Trader Joe’s Podcast Twitter now lets you launch live audio-only broadcasts from Periscope Skype Call Recording Rob on Podcasting For Radio for Dummies Where is Libsyn Going? (In Real Life) Digital Book World NAB in NYC use coupon code NY7787 if you want a ticket! We Are Podcast Podcon in Seattle Podfest in Orlando HELP US SPREAD THE WORD! We’d love it if you could please share #TheFeed with your twitter followers. Click here to post a tweet! If you dug this episode head on over to Apple Podcasts and kindly leave us a rating, a review and subscribe! Ways to subscribe to The Feed: The Official Libsyn Podcast Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via RSS You can also subscribe via Stitcher FEEDBACK + PROMOTION You can ask your questions, make comments and create a segment about podcasting for podcasters! Let your voice be heard. Download the FREE The Feed App for iOS and Android (you can send feedback straight from within the app) Call 412 573 1934 Email email@example.com Use our SpeakPipe Page!
We're kicking off a new sidecast series - Pod O' Graffitti, a look at the Extreme discography! In this introductory episode, your hosts Sonny "Hollywood" Pooni of the Growin' Up Rock Podcast, Brian Sword of The Double Stop Podcast, and Eric Miller of The Pods & Sods Network share their stories of discovering the music of Extreme, their memories of seeing the band live as far back as 1990 with Alice In Chains. We also break down some of the early pre-Extreme days from both Gary with The Dream and Nuno with Sinful, including a few rare tracks from the aforementioned. From here, we'll go album by album through the career of Extreme. You're all invited to the party!
On this episode, Michael Gungor stops by to discuss music, life, faith, ego and deconstruction. About Michael Gungor: Michael and Lisa Gungor are curators of the Grammy-nominated musical collective simply known as Gungor. The duo uses their skills as accomplished song writers and multi-instrumentalists to tell honest and forthright stories – some personal and some allegorical. Together they’ve tapped their considerable musical reserves to blur genres and break expectations creating a unique magnetic expression. Gungor is in the midst of their most ambitious endeavor to date called One Wild Life, which is comprised of three full-length albums – Soul, Spirit and Body. On August 7, 2015, they kicked off the album trilogy with One Wild Life: Soul, which debuted as the #15 album on the iTunes Alternative chart. “One Wild Life: Spirit,” released on March 25, 2016. The final piece of the album trilogy concludes with One Wild Life: Body, which released on September 30, 2016. While each record carries with it its own distinct vibe, the album series presents a body of work that celebrates the adventure and challenges faced by Michael and Lisa Gungor since the release of their album I Am Mountain in 2013. Follow Gungor’s work and buy music over at gungormusic.com. Listen to The Liturgist Podcast over at www.theliturgists.com or wherever you find your favorite podcasts. Follow Michael Gungor on Twitter at @michaelgungor. Follow Lisa Gungor on Twitter at @lisagungor. Follow Gungor on Twitter at @gungormusic. Buy One Wild Life directly from Gungor: LP | CD | DIGITAL: SOUL – SPIRIT – BODY If you have a story/perspective you’d like to share the invitation is always open. You can drop a text or leave a voicemail via our hotline: 951-723-5586. Credits: Opening/Closing music by Candlepark Stars “Garland” by Slow Dancing Society from the album The Torchlight Parade vol I. Enjoy the show? Please consider becoming a Patron for $1/month for behind-the-scenes information and exclusives: Patreon.com/theaxpx The post S5.E10: Journey To Wonder with Michael Gungor appeared first on The Armchair Philosopher.
One year ago, Houston thought it was prepared for Hurricane Harvey. As another major hurricane approaches the U.S., we look at how flooding overwhelmed Houston’s emergency systems, and how one family found out that they were on their own. Guests: Annie Brown, a producer for The Daily, speaks with Wayne Dailey, who sought urgent medical care for his wife during Hurricane Harvey, and Sheri Fink, who reported this story for The New York Times Magazine. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily.
When the city of Whitestown comes calling with beer, you answer the call. Friend of the show, Sarah Burns asked if we wanted to come to Whitestown to see what some home brewers had to offer, so we made the trip. When we arrived we were able to meet up with Justin of Books and Brews and our good friends, Kevin and Kelsey of Out Here Having a Pint. We caught up a little bit and discussed scented butt wipes before venturing off to sample some beers.We hit up Nick Boling of Rocket Man brewing (spoiler alert: He won the competition) and learned about why he got in to brewing. Nick pointed us in the direction of, Jeremiah Tyson of Tyson Craft Brewing to get learned about mead.After that, we visited with Sarah before Pete had to leave in order to avoid spontaneous combustion. His fair ginger skin would not allow him to be in the sun any further.Be sure to like and subscribe. Oh, and make sure you tell all of your friends and follow us on all of the social medias!
Everything You Want to Know about the Ace Frehley Spaceman Album Cover Episode 299, September 11, 2018. Jay Gilbert joins us to talk about photographing Ace Frehley for his new album Spaceman. Jay discusses getting the phone call to be the photographer, planning the photo session, in the studio with Ace, how the photos are a deliberate reference to Ace in 1978. Great stories!! We experienced more technical issues with this episode than ever before. After 299 shows you would think we would have figured this out and gotten our act together… hell no! Press requests please contact Michael Brandvold at MichaelBrandvold.com Three Sides of the Coin Monthly Option 1 : $1.99 USD – monthlyOption 2 : $5.00 USD – monthlyOption 3 : $9.99 USD – monthly If you would rather make a one time donation of any amount, please use the Donate button below.
The Sear & Roebuck Mail Order Catalog was nearly omnipresent in early twentieth century American life. By 1908, one fifth of Americans were subscribers. At its peak, the Sears catalog offered over 100,000 items on 1,400 pages. It weighed four pounds. The Sears catalog tells the tale of a world -- itemized. And starting in 1908, the company that offered America everything began offering what just might be its most audacious product line ever: houses. The House that Came in the Mail
Nach langer Zeit endlich mal wieder ein Podcast-Crossover bei HOAXILLA. Mit den Kollegen der „Gretchenfrage“ Mark und Flo sprachen wir darüber, wie nützlich oder schädlich der Glaube an Reliquien ist und wann zu großer Volksglaube empfänglich macht für „Schlangenöl“ und Ähnliches. Das erwähnte Buch von Hubert Wolf „Krypta – Unterdrückte Traditionen der Kirchengeschichte“ findet ihr hier…
Nick Yarris is a writer and professional speaker who spent 22 years on death row after being wrongly convicted of murder. His books 'The Fear Of 13, Countdown To Execution' as well as 'The Kindness Approach' are available on Amazon and via http://nickyarris.org
Grant Rutter, podcast producer at NBC Entertainment, joins Lex on the Wolf Den. The two discuss Grant’s journey through the ranks at NBC and how it led him to be their fist full-time podcast producer. Grant also details the production of The Good Place Podcast and its inspirations, as well as the the challenge of making an entertaining podcast that’s more than just an advertisement.
Holgi hatte Geburtstag (CO2-Kompensation, Picknickmesser) – Toby droht mit Einstellung -Vasektomie – Gleitsichtbrille – Krankheiten – Die Werkstattgespräche gehen weiter – Mietwagen – Bestattungswald (WR724 & WR794) – Reich werden mit Podcasts – Entwickler – Das Wetter Toby unterstützen? Hier entlang! Eric Wrede: „The End – Das Buch vom Tod“* *Affiliate-Link
This week, we bring you Gravy's first foray into fiction. It's a story of macaroni and cheese and maternal love, set in the fictional Canard County, Kentucky. Robert Gipe is the author of the novels Trampoline and Weedeater. He teaches and coordinates the Appalachian Program at Southeast Kentucky Community College. This is the last episode of our summer season. After a short hiatus, Gravy will return with new episodes in the fall.