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Best 1960s podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best 1960s podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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In 1960s Los Angeles, after the catastrophic Watts riots, an outsized character emerged — one who found an unexpected way to unite people across race and class. Odds are you’ve never heard of him. From L.A. Times Studios, the team behind “Dirty John” and “Man in the Window,” comes “Larger Than Life,” a docu-series about Big Willie Robinson, a 6-foot-6, muscle-bound street racer who preached peace a quarter-mile at a time. Cops and criminals, movie stars and miscreants, even Crips and Bloods ...
 
Did you know that Europeans used to believe that sheep grew from Mongolian trees? Have you heard about the misbegotten discovery of a new form of water in the 1960s that set off a cold war arms race? Ever seen the gleaming Las Vegas hotel that accidentally shoots heat rays at poolside guests? The Constant is an audio history of getting things wrong. From ancient science to contemporary blunders, we take you on journeys of misadventure and misapprehension, filling your brain with juicy nugget ...
 
COMIC BOOKS! The mythic stories! The dazzling colors! The memorable, often iconic, characters! Join brothers Kevin and Will Hines — two comedians from the UCB Theatre — as they discuss the comics they have loved their whole lives! Season one dove deep on 1960s Spider-Man, and the current season is swimming in the insanely great 1960s run of Jack Kirby’s Fantastic Four! Don’t miss an issue (episode)!
 
Penny Lane hosts Punks in Parkas - a look at the international Mod Scene, broadcasting live from UMFM 101.5 (CJUM) from the University of Manitoba. Punks in Parkas, which hit the air in the spring of 2005 and hosted by Penny Lane, strives to play the best of the Mod genera, from the original groups who rocked it in the early 1960s to the artist today who are reviving the scene. Be sure to keep up with Punks in Parkas at http://www.facebook.com/punksinparkas. Follow Penny Lane on both Twitter ...
 
Join the Big Finish team on their regular adventures through time, space, Victorian London, Mars, the 1960s and the Torchwood Hub in Cardiff for witty banter (ahem), free stories, news, interviews and exclusive trailers. We are best known for our Doctor Who ranges of audio plays starring Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, David Tennant, as well as a world of spin off adventures with Jago and Litefoot, UNIT, Captain Jack Harkness among others. We also produce ...
 
Spanning the globe to give you the constant variety of Prog. The thrill of mellotrons. And the agony of the 80s. The musical drama of epic compositions. This is Soundchaser. The Professor will host three hours of music selected from the history of progressive rock, the 1960s to the present. The main feature of every broadcast will be at least an hour of symphonic progressive, the boldest, most robust flavors prog has to offer. The program will feature many varietal selections as well, from f ...
 
Take a trip back to swinging London in the early 1970s and meet Roy Steel, ex - big game hunter, and Lorrimer Chesterfield, a brain in the shape of a man. Together they are The Monster Hunters. Their mission: to protect the country from vampires, werewolves and a whole pantheon of unmentionable terrors! Taking its cue from the classic period of British horror and adventure, the 1960s and 70s, The Monster Hunters is a comedy adventure series written by and starring Peter Davis and Matthew Woo ...
 
Servant's Church is an independent, informal, Jesus-centred church made up of a diverse group of nationalities, ages, families, singles, students and professionals who learn together, worship together, pray together and even eat together! – and we’d love you to join us. Servant's Church is one of a worldwide network of over 1,000 Calvary Chapel Churches. These fellowships grew out of the 'Jesus movement' that began in California in the late 1960s. Calvary Chapel is not a denomination but a f ...
 
Love your bitchy self! Join us – Idelisse Malavé and Joanne Sandler the Two Old Bitches (from New York City) – as we celebrate kick-ass, unstoppable women from around the world. Women over 50 tell us how they re-imagine their lives, their bodies, their relationships and their creativity as they go through huge transitions. The 87-year old former dance teacher who lived with Andy Warhol in the 1960s and became an accomplished painter in her 80s; the 79-year old Australian activist who left he ...
 
Radio Free Satan’s own cowboy from hell rustles up the devil’s herd with a mic in one hand and a bottle of whiskey in the other. Join Clint as he brings you the finest in Rockabilly, Psychobilly, vintage Country spanning the 1920’s to 1960’s and other related acts. Tune in cowboys and cowgirls, because even Clint himself doesn’t know what he’s gonna say or do.
 
Weekly music show with music from the 1950's, 1960's, 1070's and 1980's. Enjoy a collection of doo wop, rockabilly, rhythm and blues, pop, oldies, rock n roll, disco and rock. With news of future science, medical and tech news on the half hour.
 
Andrew says that radio was always the main entertainment medium during his childhood, being introduced to both music and drama by his mother. But it was whilst listening to the great broadcasters on the offshore radio stations of the 1960s that he made up his mind that he wanted to join them, much to the chagrin of his parents whose hopes for future employment did not include becoming a radio DJ on a boat! But radio would have to wait as Andrew actually became a salesman, but still spent muc ...
 
In the early 1960s, a doctor at a mental ward sheds his ethical restraints in an effort to pioneer a new form of "mental cleansing" at the behest of a private research group. The Control Group is a chilling, 10-part historical fiction for mature audiences. Listener discretion is advised due to realistic depictions of violence and graphic sexuality. Binge the entire season now with headphones for a fully immersive experience.
 
In a nod to the protest albums of the 1960s and 70s, Bhi Bhiman’s Peace of Mind finds inspiration in the chaos that is modern American life. So much so that he had to release the album as a podcast and dig deeper on everything from immigration to religion, racism to Russia with experts, activists and artists like author Dave Eggers, religious scholar Reza Aslan, attorney & advocate Rabia Chaudry, LaDoris Cordell, and more. Part politics, part Behind the Music, all fascinating, Peace of Mind ...
 
With a wealth of musicals, westerns, sci-fi films, epics, comedies, character dramas and samurai movies, the 1950s was an exciting time for cinema. Here at Easy Riders Raging Podcast we're looking back at all the classics of the decade, discussing the films of Hitchcock, Wilder, Kurosawa, Kubrick and more. Aside from our discussions, each episode includes some of our trademark features such as Recastarama (where we recast the film using current actors) and Who Am I (where we work out who we ...
 
Dedicated to the memories of David Faraday, Betty Lou Jensen, Darlene Ferrin, Cecelia Shepard, and Paul Stine, and to Michael Mageau, and Bryan Hartnell, we are a podcast that digs into the Zodiac murders of 1968 and 1969, about the effect on the modern world, and about the victims and their lives and times.
 
"Get with the Beat" Tuesdays 2pm-4pm with Dj Tanoa Samoa Boy on 87.9fm, http://radiovalencia.fm All scratchy 33 and 45pm, 1930s thru 1960s toe tappin twistin', hip shakin, soul strollin', jive boppin' records... Rockabilly, Classic Country, Jump Blues, Doo Wop, Swingin' Jazz, Boogie & Surf... Music for your dancing, drinking & listening delight...
 
A respected retired casino executive in Las Vegas since the 1960's. I came to Vegas during the Rat Pack's yrs, Howard Hughes was buying properties and Ceasers Palace was just a dream. I've seen it all, Aman Kisogi from Saudi Arabia win millions at the turn of a card, Elvis Presley's manager (Col.Parker) demand he had enough rubber ducks for his bath and Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis rant and rave when they did not get service that they demanded. I am still here and making money, ...
 
Soul music (often referred to simply as soul) is a popular music genre that originated in the African American community in the United States in the 1950s and early 1960s. It combines elements of African-American gospel music, rhythm and blues and jazz..Researchers are looking to the salience network of the brain to develop music-based treatments to help alleviate anxiety in patients with dementia.
 
The What's Up with Wendy Podcast will indulge listeners with an in-depth conversation between Wendy Lowy Sloane and her special guests. Wendy's ability to connect with her guests has led to many repeat appearances from popular celebrities including Eric Stonestreet, Monica Potter, Nate Berkus, Lori Laughlin, Paul Reiser, and James Van Praagh.
 
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Two men, two islands, two claims for The North Pole. In part two of The Cold, Hard, Truth we're looking at the expedition formed in the wake of Peary and Cook's battle for The Pole. An expedition formed with the goal of finding Crocker Land, a lost arctic continent, and the truth. Get 10% off your first month of online counseling by visiting: http:…
 
Shel Talmy talks about producing The Kinks, The Who, David Bowie and sixties hits from Manfred Mann, The Easybeats, The Creation and more. The Kinks – You Really Got Me (Single A-side, Pye, 1964) The Kinks – Sunny Afternoon (Single A-side, Pye, 1966) The Kinks – Tired of Waiting for You (Single A-side, Pye, 1965) The Who – I Can’t Explain (Single A…
 
Rock photographer Mike G of MDG Rock Photography joins us this week for The Quarantine Sessions Vol10! Mike has been a staff photographer for many years and has taken some amazing live shots of many rock icons. You can check out his work at www.mdgrockphotography.com as well as the Decibel Geek Instagram account. This week we touch on a myriad of t…
 
Here is the truth: we recorded this live on YouTube after some severe computer issues and following the WORST episodes of Tales From The Crypt we have seen. Then the computer didn’t save the podcast and it was lost. This audio is pulled from the YouTube live stream. I really apologize and need a new computer, clearly. This episode should have been …
 
The first almost all-fun-character, no-action JLI issue as the league moves into several embassies around the globe. We've got the first "bwa-ha-ha" laugh, which would become iconic for this series, and the establishment that the Martian Manhunter loves Oreos. Kevin and Will give it an A+. -- SHOW INFORMATION Twitter: @ScrewItComics Instagram: @Scr…
 
The team comes back to discuss the country opening up even when the corona virus isn't being tested on a consistent bases. We discuss wherein masks and not wearing mask and how society has a split on what side you are on. And the next question is, do we really have a president running the country? We end it with the Biden sexual assault charges…
 
A nostalgic look back at our favorite hockey hero's who wore the red, white and blue for the Rangers during the 1960's,70's and 80's. In episode 37 we update the impact of Covid -19 on the Rangers and the rest of the NHL during the upcoming 24 team playoff format. Tom, Rob and Special guest Mike Browning also recap and discuss the career of one of …
 
In the second part of an extensive podcast interview with Chaz Jankel, Chaz looks back at his solo career, the last years of Ian Dury’s life, The Blockheads and new solo material. Chaz Jankel featuring Laura Weymouth – The Whisper (Chazablanca, A&M, 1983) Chaz Jankel featuring Brenda Jones ‎– You’re My Occupation (12”, A&M, 1986) D.O.A (OST, Touchs…
 
The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast broadcasts progressive rock around coast to coast, sea to sea, and pole to pole. On the show this time is quite a bit of progressive rock from the classic period. I have new music from Raza. In The Symphonic Zone I have a spotlight segment on prog musicians turned classical composers. You get all that, plus…
 
“I shall not be back… but something will.” These are portentous words indeed uttered by the antagonist in this episode’s featured film. Join this episode’s Grue Crew – Whitney Collazo, Chad Hunt, Joseph Perry, and Jeff Mohr – as they take a deep dive into Hammer-land and discuss The Devil Rides Out (1968). Decades of […]…
 
We're doing the KISS thing again this week with special guest Andrew Sgambati for The Quarantine Sessions Vol9! Andrew recently released his new KISS fan film One Last Time Live from New York City The Movie! This part documentary / part concert film is an inside journey into the KISS End of the Road tour. While the movie is focused on the current t…
 
We're all still at home and in need of some musical succor. I have what I believe is exactly what you need at this moment. Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio #154 is full of exceptionally comforting music from the likes of SAM ESH & HARD BLACK THING, GEN POP, GALORE, MOSQUITOES, THE EAT, CLONE DEFECTS, RED CROSS, ALMOND, BIG STICK and many more. It will jus…
 
Another Netflix foreign film, and this one is from Poland. Not many movies or shows I've seen come out of Poland but this one seemed like something worth while seeing. This is the summary. After a body is found sewn inside of a cow hide. A local detective discovers a killer is recreating an 18th century "plague" of criminal punishments on a bunch o…
 
The Justice League becomes Justice League International! First Dr. Fate gets rid of the most powerful villain of the series in one panel. Also, Kevin and Will discuss how it's weird that it's interesting when an ensemble comic spends several pages discussing lineup changes. And RIP Richard Sala - unrelated to JLI but a great comics creator that Kev…
 
On September 7th, 1909, The New York Times announced that Robert Peary was the first person to ever reach The North Pole. But a week earlier, The New York Herald had said the same thing about Frederick Cook. Only one of them could be right, but which one? And how could you tell for certain? Get 10% off your first month of online counseling by visit…
 
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