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An eclectic discussion of music, movies and vaping by Soulohm and BFG. SoulOhm reviews vaping products on YouTube and hosts the The Ohm Service live every Thursday at 19:00. BFG has been vaping for the last 2 years and has developed an unhealthy interest in shiny. Both love music,films and vaping
 
Bond By Numbers is a canonical tour of the James Bond world. More an enthusiast's journey than an expert's quest, each episode investigates the world of a different 007 production or topic with in-depth conversation, opinion and regular features. If you like your podcasts well-researched but crave the down-to-earth energy of amateur minds, join life-long 007 fans Scott, Josh and Jeff for a fresh look at one of the entertainment world's most successful franchises.
 
BFG Podcasts contiene dos de los shows principales de Beyond Films and Games: BFG Radio - Podcast con Lucas donde repasamos lo mas importante de la industria BFG Show - Talk show donde el staff comenta los eventos de cine y video juegos mas interesantes con un toque de comedia. Seguinos: facebook.com/bfgfanpage @bfgtweet
 
Talking Finance is dedicated to helping you establish and meet your financial goals. Hosted by, Eric Brotman, Chief Executive Officer of BFG Financial Advisors and Traci DeForge, Executive Producer of the Personal Finance Podcast Network. Are you just stepping out into the real world and know little about personal finance? Are you trying to nip a nasty spending habit or break the credit card cycle? It’s time to discover the Personal Finance Podcast where the podcasts are for people just like ...
 
Disney films have enchanted and shaped childhoods for over 75 years, but when you watch them as adults there are things that make you want to unfreeze Walt's head and say "What The Hell, Guy!?" Tune in each week to hear Vicky, Nolan, and Jill rip apart, analyse and laugh at beloved childhood classics from the Disney catalogue.
 
Andy Bush takes you on weekly a journey through what it was like growing up in the 80s, from the mysterious Avon Lady to hiding behind the couch to avoid Zelda from Terrahawks, every iconic thing from an unforgettable decade will be laid bare in alphabetical order in this essential podcast. He'll explore school fads, fashion crimes, criminal hair, one hit wonders; summer holiday TV, He-Man figures and football heartache. So get your stone washed jeans and Campri ski jacket on and take a trip ...
 
Just when you thought there were already too many movie podcasts; here comes Film4Cast w/ the Core4 (Steve, Joshua, Huber & Smiley). Join us weekly for an in-depth and at times asinine and irreverent discussion of movies, tv, entertainment news and pop culture. Follow us on Twitter at @Film4Cast and e-mail us at Film4Cast@gmail.com
 
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The last time we saw a Disney movie adapted from a Roald Dahl classic, we were a little dismayed at how the team behind The Nightmare Before Christmas handled the translation of James and the Giant Peach from page to screen. Surely THE BFG will fare better, though. It's decades later and it's Steven Feakin' Spielberg making his first and (to date) …
 
We know what you're thinking, D-Lovers - "What the heck is a MOON PILOT?" That's an easy one to explain, it's another word for an astronaut. Explaining what the heck the Disney movie MOON PILOT is, however, is a more challenging question. In some ways it's a contemporary farce about the space race and red scare, in others it's a romance between an …
 
The dynamic duo, Randy Kruse and Shain Chapman, from K2 in Mason, Texas join us for Episode 63. Wheeling buddies and business partners for over 20 years, Shain and Randy talk about the different properties, K1 and K2; how they got here, and what’s in store for the future of wheeling in Texas. It’s a great listen with lots of laughs amongst these ol…
 
Welcome to The A-Z of Growing Up in the 80s with Andy Bush - all the iconic things about being a kid in the 80s in alphabetical order!! This week its G and we explore everything from Grotbags to the legendary GhostCastle boardgame! Thanks for listening I appreciate it. Find Bush - @bushontheradio on Twitter and @andybushradio Instagram! See acast.c…
 
Weigh and anchor and hoist the main sail, we're heading back to the high seas with MUPPET TREASURE ISLAND! Disney's second kick at the can at a Muppet movie where they adapt a work of classic literature, will this movie measure up to the precedent set by their version of the Dickens classic, or will good ol' Robert Louis Stevenson's adventure tale …
 
The little brother brings a whole lot of history of his own. Casey Scherer doesn’t really roll in his brothers shadow, more like on a parallel path. Casey spends time with Rich talking about the moves he’s made, his racing history and his plan to live his best life ever. I’ll never forget meeting him in Arizona after a Spring Training game and the …
 
This season's "3 Non Bonds" Festival gets off to a great start with 00-Chapman's selection of "The Quiller Memorandum" from 1966. Directed by Michael Anderson, "Quiller" was penned by the renowned Harold Pinter and features a dynamic cast including George Segal, Senta Berger, Max von Sydow and the impeccable Alec Guinness. Looking for an understate…
 
Welcome to The A-Z of Growing Up in the 80s with Andy Bush - all the iconic things about being a kid in the 80s in alphabetical order!! This week it's F - featuring some of your amazing suggestions. We'll look at the iconic Fighting Fantasy books and a listener inducts Fish in Parsley Sauce into the list... Find Bush - @bushontheradio on Twitter an…
 
It's a landmark episode of We Want The D as our finish out our first proper decade of Disney movies. And it's somewhat appropriate that we end the 1940s with SO DEAR TO MY HEART, a movie ostensibly adapted from a book about a boy and his sheep, but as all the best early Disney movies do also provides some insight into Daddy Walt's psyche and how he…
 
I always think of Trent McGee as a magazine guy, and that’s certainly how he got his start – but listen in to see what else he’s been up to in his 20+ year career in off-road. Ultimate Adventure, Superlift TV, there’s lots of great stuff packed in this episode. 4:40 – early days developed my love for the desert 7:06 – everything just stings, sticks…
 
This season, we'll be buffering new episodes with re-introduced and smaller story reviews. For these selections, we reach back into our first season vaults and renew our love for some favourite Sherlock pieces and chats. First up is "The Abbey Grange", one of Josh's choices from The Return of Sherlock Holmes. Originally published in March of 2018, …
 
This is The A-Z of Growing Up in the 80s with Andy Bush - all the iconic things about being a kid in the 80s in alphabetical order!! Next on our adventure we visit E - did the Ewoks ruin Star Wars? And why did we all want Eddie the Eagle Edwards to crash? This and a brief discussion on Enid Blyton. Find Bush - @bushontheradio on Twitter and @andybu…
 
"Later" marks the third and most recent crime story written by Stephen King for the Hard Case Crime label. Offering readers a predictable mix of the supernatural and police procedural, the horror master's latest tale continues his career penchant for coming-of-age narratives with soul-searching themes. Josh and Scott break down the narrative and we…
 
This is a must-listen episode! Clay Egan was paralyzed at age 22; started rockcrawling at age 32; became a full-time motivational speaker at age 37. If you’ve ever struggled with life, with circumstances, with your future, this is one episode you need to hear. The power of prayer, positivity, and healing is strong with this one. 3:20 – Utah, the mo…
 
Welcome to The A-Z of Growing Up in the 80s with Andy Bush - all the iconic things about being a kid in the 80s done in alphabetical order!! We continue our adventure with D - exploring how 'Uni the Unicorn' ruined the Dungeons & Dragons cartoon and paying homage to the fashions of Duran Duran.. Find Bush - @bushontheradio on Twitter and @andybushr…
 
Who doesn't like a good film festival? Our six cinematic Bonds sure do! From inspired screenings to banquet dinners, celebrity speakers to questionable pop-up bars, our first "What If?" of the series pulls out nearly all the stops and runs wild with this imaginative theme. So polish your shoes and grab your VIP passes - BBN proudly invites YOU to t…
 
In the original Homeward Bound, Shadow, Sassy and Chance make a harrowing, one might say incredible, journey through the wilderness to be reunited with their owners, braving all manner of natural hazards and dangers. HOMEWARD BOUND II: LOST IN SAN FRANCISCO offers a somewhat different set of obstacles. Wild animals and waterfalls have been replaced…
 
Energetic, friendly, and knowledgeable describes Jeep enthusiast Jim Horne as he joins us for Episode 59 to share how a kid graduated from a Missouri high school ends up in Pahrump, Nevada (for now). Lots of stories and laughs along the way with his strong, beautiful wife, Barb. 2:56 – since I was born I’ve been around everything Jeep-wise 8:14 – I…
 
Josh and Scott kick off a new series of crime story explorations with a trip to Lindsey Davis's Ancient Rome, guided by Imperial Informant, Marcus Didius Falco. "The Silver Pigs" is set in AD 70, during the rule of Vespasian, and travels from the Aventine to Roman Britain where a conspiracy involving the trade of silver ingots propels Falco further…
 
Welcome to The A-Z of Growing Up in the 80s with Andy Bush - all the iconic things about being a kid in the 80s in alphabetical order!! This week we explore C - we'll discuss a missed business opportunity involving Care Bears, ponder what the hell was going on with Cabbage Patch Kids and celebrate those iconic school trips to Calais! Find Bush - @b…
 
It's time to raise the curtain on the Summer of Muppets! Our latest summer series will be a most sensational, celebrational look at the Disney films that feature these beloved Muppet characters, starting with 2011's THE MUPPETS, which was a bit of a relaunch of the brand under the Disney banner. One that our hosts find largely successful in capturi…
 
What do yellow hats, gas tanks, Jeeps, and bicycle parts have in common? Tony Pellegrino and Genright. Tony is the founder of Genright, a company now supplying thousands of SKUs for your Jeep, listen to how it began with a gas tank. Lots of personal history in this one with Tony and his family, Debbie, Jamie and Jordan. Names you know in the indust…
 
It's the A-Z of Growing Up in the 80s with Andy Bush! The next stop on our alphabetical journey through the 80s is B! We'll ask some serious questions about Battle Cat, discuss the evolution of the BMX and honour the joy that was Bamboozle.. Find Bush - @bushontheradio on Twitter and @andybushradio on Instagram! See acast.com/privacy for privacy an…
 
If you've listened to our last few episodes, or even just take a cursory glance at the movie titles, you'll know we've been spending more than our fair share of time talking about Disney animal movies. Unfortunately, NAPOLEON AND SAMANTHA doesn't break that trend. Fortunately, however, things are a little more...exotic in this movie, and not just b…
 
Can you say driven? The preeminent spotter of the rockcrawling world, Chris Poblano joins us on Conversations with Big Rich. Chris talks about the differences of spotting for different rockcrawlers over the last two decades – Tony K., Brent Bradshaw, Olivia Messer, and currently Jesse Haines. It’s a good listen. 5:17 – I wanted to be Magnum P.I. 9:…
 
Welcome to The A-Z of Growing Up in the 80s with Andy Bush - all the iconic things about being a kid in the 80s in alphabetical order!! We begin our journey with A - asking questions like was the Avon Lady a front for a secret paramilitary organisation? What the hell did Dominic in Airwolf actually do? Was the AT-AT from StarWars supposed to be a d…
 
Wayne Gretzky. Don Bradman. Usain Bolt. There are some athletes who are so far ahead of their peers they will likely forever hold the title of GOAT in their respective fields. But the biggest GOAT of all may be a horse - a horse named SECRETARIAT. Secretariat ran three races very fast, and as a result, a lot of rich white people got a whole lot ric…
 
Episode 56 of Conversations with Big Rich is part two of an exceptional interview with Bob Bower. If you haven’t met Bob, read what Ron Stobaugh had to say about him on the occasion of his 75th birthday. “Off Road Hall Of Fame. Racers Racer. Marketing Professional. Trainer of the Tire Pros. Most of my friends know these accolades as related to Bob.…
 
Welcome to The A-Z of Growing Up in the 80s with Andy Bush - all the iconic things about being a kid in the 80s in alphabetical order!! In this short teaser Bush lays out his plan to capture the true essence of this iconic decade through the power of alphabetical listing... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Our "00-Origins" series officially gets off the ground here as Josh introduces the fascinating life and work of Sir Francis Walsingham. Queen Elizabeth I's "spymaster" is widely regarded as the progenitor of British espionage and without his involvements in such matters as the St. Bartholomew's Massacre, The Babington Plot and The Spanish Armada, t…
 
It's our 300th episode! And we couldn't be more happy to be talking about perennial underdog Disney movie TANGLED. Not only did it lose in several straight polls for past anniversary episodes, it somehow feels like this movie never quite gets its due, despite how good it is, always in the shadow of its younger, colder cousin. But no longer, as our …
 
The author of the BFG pits program, co-driver extraordinaire, off-road legend Bob Bower shares insights into his early days. Bob is a practiced speaker, Rich and Bob had such a great interview, we split it into two episodes. This is part one. 5:13 – earliest memories were reading MotorTrend and a feature article on Bill Stroppe’s teams on the PanAm…
 
At first blush, it doesn't seem like there's anything in Disney's FOLLOW ME, BOYS! that we haven't seen before. It's not the first time we've seen Kurt Russell, Fred MacMurray or Vera Miles. It's not the first time we've seen Disney create a whole small town on their studio backlot. It's not the first time we've had wacky punctuation in the title. …
 
Making a big impact on the tire scene, Maxxis National Director of Sales, Brad Williams talks about his hobby job at Maxxis in Motorsports. Automotive and Light Truck Tires is what he really does, but thank goodness he had time in his schedule to attend a rock crawl. It changed the path of history for many drivers and event series, including WE Roc…
 
Not all live action remakes are created equal, and in the case of LADY AND THE TRAMP that means being a movie that has the look and feel of a direct-to-Disney+ release. That is to say, it's not all that bad as far as these remakes go, it just feels more inessential than usual. Sure, there's some dynamite voice casting, some nicely expanded roles fo…
 
Some people quietly make an impact on an industry, others do it with a big splash. We’d like to introduce you to the Quiet Man, Ben Bower, making a ripple through off-road since the 1970’s. Gold medals and chrome are his M.O., but so is listening – learn why it matters. 3:34 – there’s lots of time to think with a ShopSmith 6:19 – making surfboards …
 
Chandler's final complete Marlowe novel was written at a time of deteriorating health and tumultuous circumstances for the author. Not surprisingly, some of these conflicts from 1958 find their way into the story. Marlowe is different here and the narrative is markedly unique, in ways both satisfying and off-putting to readers. Josh and Scott compl…
 
On the surface, Disney's RASCAL may appear to be yet another entry in the long list of Disney's "boy and his dog" movies - only this time the dog is a bandit-masked, human-handed, cute lil' raccoon. But in fact, Disney's RASCAL is actually about another one of our favourite recurring Disney themes - children who have not properly grieved the loss o…
 
We’re celebrating our one-year anniversary on Conversations with Big Rich with a release of the first episode of Season 2 – Episode 52 features Thomas Kingston of Spidertrax fame. Thom Kingston, self-professed, highly competitive, problem-solver, shares all-things Spidertrax, from Birfield rings to Spider 9’s and how one led to the next. An authent…
 
In this special episode, the multi-talented Chris Wood (Instagram's @bondonvinyl) joins BBN for a fun and furnished survey of John Barry's score to "Diamonds Are Forever". From Wint & Kidd killings to Moon Buggy misdemeanours, we put Barry's versatile efforts under the microscope here and celebrate the film's 50th anniversary in style! Jackpot!…
 
Stop us if you've heard this one before: James Garner, fleeing from a dangerous scenario he wants no part of, gets mixed up with a little boy he only sort of barely tolerates, meets a widowed woman living all on her own in a lonely, isolated location, and through gruffness and the power of 1970s masculinity endears himself to all and escapes danger…
 
Big Willy Jeep builder, Burner, and flatfender enthusiast Ian Liljeblad shares life in Arizona and how one gets started building a 2:1 rig. Caution: serious fab skills are involved! From a history of learning from the best, Ian has built some cool rigs. 4:12 – early influences 7:54 – the Impala from beginning to end 14:34– really happy I’m a Jeep g…
 
You may recall from episodes past that our hosts have no small amount of fondness for the bite-sized stories featuring the critters who inhabit the Hundred Acre Wood. Stretch a story to feature-length and throw the most chaotic and thoughtless of those characters into the center of it, however, and it's a whole different story. THE TIGGER MOVIE is …
 
Off-road innovator and industry leader, Pat Gremillion, shares stories from his 30 years in off-road. Seller of Premier Power Welder and PullPal, Pat brings a wealth of knowledge and good cheer to our podcast. Listen in as we present Episode 50 with Pat and Big Rich. 2:39 – growing up with a junkyard 6:13 – I’ve always loved welding 7:56– the begin…
 
In our first watch party of the season, we synchronize our MGM lions (@8:08 in) and saunter through the strokes of "Tomorrow Never Dies", Pierce Brosnan's sophomore outing and Josh's pick for the best Bond flick of the '90s. No need for social distancing here so grab your refreshments from the lobby and meet us inside! For our full review of the mo…
 
There's a lot of deception going on at the core of Disney's TONKA. The cover/poster doesn't really give any indication of who the title character really is, so it's not until the opening theme song starts to refer to Tonka's powerful hooves and glossy coat that you might start to clue in. Then there's the fact that this movie is based on an actual …
 
Forty-seven years in any industry makes you an expert, in drivelines, that makes you Jim Reel. Listen in on Episode 49 as Jim takes Big Rich through the intricacies of drivelines and why we see failures. Hint: it’s not the driveline. This is a very informative interview with news you need to hear – including how to measure your replacement drivelin…
 
Historically, Disney's never really been able to knock it out of the park when it comes to Ron Miller-era movies that feature hapless leads going up against bumbling criminal enterprises. NEVER A DULL MOMENT doesn't exactly defy that trend, but it comes close. Likely thanks to having the criminal mastermind be a complex, art-loving Edward G. Robins…
 
The most positive woman in off-road, Trail Mom, Barbara Rainey joins us for Episode 48. This episode is long on story, from Reno Rock to the Off-Road Hall of Fame. Innovation and grit at its finest. Barbara’s interview tells a bigger story, though, we all have to get involved in preserving our stories. The Off-Road Hall of Fame is a great place to …
 
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