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Best Burlesque podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Burlesque podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Born out of early 20th century America, swing dancing - and the jazz music that inspires it - is an art form that is still loved and practiced worldwide. Join host Ruby Bell and special guests for a deep dive into swing dancing, swing music, and all of the various stuff that intersects with swing dance culture both historically and today.
 
The Speakeasily Hour Minute Podcast and Speakeasily Vs. The '80s are audio shows of ill-repute that grew out of the Speakeasily comedy collective. Morphing from a live Bay Area burlesque show into a web-based video burlesque talk show into a sketch comedy thrupple, the hydra-headed Speakeasily now provides comedy podcasts for your listening pleasure. Speakeasily Vs The 80s is a rip-roaring trip down the drain of '80s trash cinema with special guests from the live performance, podcast, and fi ...
 
About Burlesque performers bare it all - but sometimes we need a talk to go with that strip. Who are they? What’s their story? What do they have to say? What do they actually sound like?! The Pastie Tapes uncovers glittery nuggets of wisdom and insights through thoughtful questions and engaging dialogue with host & performer Siomai Moore. In each episode, burlesque performers & industry figures reveal their burlesque origin story, expose tales from the dressing room, and strip down to the na ...
 
This is a podcast with a difference where all the guests are from the world of alternative performance; burlesque dancers, illusionists, fetish acts, drag queens, character acts, circus clowns, sword swallowers & special FX make up artists. I'm your host Jeff Downs, character comic and budding drag artist and want you to join me on a journey through the world of the 'funny peculiar!'.
 
Trashcore: Girls, Grind 'n' GoreWild Card Kitty brings you an R-Rated podcast to accompany her internet radio show of the same name!The occasional special guest intersperces the musings in this show specialising in all things trashy, pulp fiction and just a little bit sexy with a retro feel. So if you love Horror, B-movies, Hair Metal, Rock 'n' Roll, Burlesque and the bizarre- this is the show for you.
 
Restorya is a podcast focused on the benefits of transformational storytelling, narrative therapy, and deconstruction as a movement towards self-discovery and healing. Hosted by Kate Marlena Leone, trained narrative therapist, author, lawyer, and social justice advocate.
 
A podcast about culture and creativity and how it affects us - hosted by Alex Adams (Ms Darlinghurst) and Jye Smith (Doublestar Collective) we discover what it takes to run creative businesses. Whether you're an entrepreneur looking for motivation, a restless soul looking for inspiration or just in the creative industries, Alex and Jye delve into just what it takes.
 
Sister duo Whitney & Lindsey Nelsen discuss prominent figures in history to research, argue, and debate which person is the hottest in this humorous and educational podcast. It's a little bit equal parts debate team, history lesson, sibling rivalry, sexy gossip, and joke time humor-fun, with new episodes every Wednesday!
 
Welcome to the Detroit History Podcast. We’ll mine this city’s history, telling the story through this town’s cultural, social, political, musical and automotive heritage. Our chosen tool is the podcast. We’ve started our third season of The Detroit History Podcast. What’s on the docket: the election of Coleman Young, The Underground Railroad in Detroit, the origins of Detroit Jazz, WABX Radio and Plum Street (what used to be The Haight-Ashbury of Detroit), and much more. You can now find us ...
 
One of the longest running LGBTQ+ radio shows in Canada, Queer FM Vancouver: Reloaded blends current events, human interest, arts, news and entertainment with a focus on LGBTQ+ involvement and community building. Get your rundown on Vancouver, Canada, and the World in every colour of the LGBTQ+ rainbow, our allies and more. Check out Barb Snelgrove and DJ Denise on Queer FM Vancouver: Reloaded with highlights from LGBTQ+ artists and content from around the world with special attention on hom ...
 
Where adult entertainment meets queer lifestyles meets fashion meets crafts meets music meets fishnets, glitter, and rhinestones!Join me as I have guests from every walk of life on my show. Most shows take place on a Friday or Saturday. If there is someone you'd like to see on the show, just let me know!XOXOXOX
 
Gabernet : /ˌgabərˈnā/ noun// Gabernet is a podcast where we talk about the chick flicks we all know and love while drinking the wine we (hopefully) love. We review the movies AND the wine. So grab your favorite wine, pull up a chair, and have a listen to Gabernet!
 
Hosted by Kendra Cunningham (Sirius XM, Rooftop Records, Last Comic Standing), Listen as Kendra talks with fellow creative types and shares live performances. Kendra is a Boston-born stand-up comic, comedy writer, actress and filmmaker living in Brooklyn, where she owns a super comfortable bed. She also bartends and has an MA in Forensic Psychology. Patreon https://www.patreon.com/kendracunningham
 
Welcome to Second Act Stories, a podcast focused on life and career change. In each episode, we bring you the story of a courageous individual who has made a decisive career pivot and is pursuing a more rewarding life in a second act. The stories are in their own words and the words of friends and family that helped them find a new path. Each episode examines the “before” and “after” phases of a life or career relaunch and offers lessons learned.
 
Mark Twain's (Burlesque) Autobiography and First Romance, a short volume, published by Sheldon & Co., NY in 1871, is Mark Twain's third book. It consists of two stories - First Romance, which had originally appeared in The Express in 1870, and A Burlesque Autobiography (bearing no relationship to Twain's actual life), which first appeared in Twain's Memoranda contributions to the Galaxy. Rather, the content consists of a few short stories of fictional characters who are supposedly part of Tw ...
 
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Hosted by Workin' The Tease's own Burlesque Gals - Julia Reed Nichols & Kitty Kat DeMille - along with special guest, Abby Cadabra. This week's topics include Prohibition Burlesque, Men Incapable of Wearing Face Masks Correctly, Playboy’s Iconic Midsummer Night’s Dream Parties, and Brigitte Bardot.By Better Than Sex
 
Burlesque legend Lottie Graves-Claiborne wowed 'em on several continents, sharing the stage with numerous worldwide stars. But throughout her celebrated 90 years, Lottie insisted on highlighting the art of the tease. This week's Detroit History Podcast focuses on a long life well-lived, and how Lottie the Body's discretion painted a fine line betwe…
 
“Is it ok for 'Juno Mac' to be an anxious hooker and an advocate for sex worker rights? Am I allowed to be a messy, complicated person?” // The co-author of the indispensable book Revolting Prostitutes join me over the phone from her quarantine in England to discuss: the unfair pressure of compartmentalizing our own sex lives and whoreientations, w…
 
In just a few years, Lucy Liu and her co-founders went from café owners to the founders of a fintech giant with the potential to disrupt the global financial system. But Lucy says she’s always been the unconventional one, eschewing stereotypes and prejudices and only focusing on the work, growing her startup to unicorn status by the age of 28. The …
 
I started my work in activism at more of the macro level. I went to law school and studied international human rights at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. this where George Floyd was murdered and sort of the starting point of the protests against police brutality in the U.S. When I was there I was working for the American Civil Liberties …
 
We depart from our traditional format with this episode to offer a glimpse inside the world of contact tracing. This is the fastest growing job in America, with the need for an estimated 200,000 contact tracers to track infections and protect the U.S. population against the advance of the COVID-19 virus. For those in our audience who may now be une…
 
Some look at Detroit today and wonder how the abandoned buildings got here. What happened between The Arsenal of Democracy and now? How did a city of nearly 2 million people dwindle down to around 650,000? There are people that blame the 1967 rebellion for the urban decay the city has seen, others blame longtime mayor Coleman Young. In our Season 3…
 
"Dean of Awesome Sydney". It's a pretty cool title, awesome even. So how does one get such a title? On this episode we interview the very creative, socially connected, lover of the arts Theresa Winters. She's part of The Awesome Foundation, a global network of micro-giving chapters that give $100 of their own money every month to awesome projects. …
 
Utah's Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control hits a significant milestone in liquor sales. The DABC has another dramatic meeting with alcohol control commissioners refusing to hand out bar licenses. Plus, the conservative city of Provo is set to allow breweries in after a citizen referendum to keep them out fails to make it on the November ballo…
 
Stephen Sheffer has an insatiable thirst for creating. The creator of Drop the Mike a long running stand up comedy show that started in the basement in Brooklyn, talks about his most recent show Feelz Right Quiz Night as well as sharing the screen with Bryan Cranston, good books, and more. Stephen Sheffer instagram @dasenpearceFeelz Right Quiz Nigh…
 
Welcome to 'Giving Me Life', a fortnightly podcast where three Queer Irish Showgirls and one dapper gentleman discuss pop-culture, old and new, over copious amounts of wine. On this episode: It's Vintage Week! We talk about 'The Muppet Show', youtube channel 'My Classic Car TV', and screen classic 'Brief Encounter'. 00:00 - 08:28 Intro and Listener…
 
Social activist Noor Mastura says community is the key to humanity—that the power to change the world is within us all. What’s most surprising about the Singaporean is that unshakable optimism. Noor overcame a tumultuous upbringing and grew up determined to do what she could to ensure that no one suffers the same fate. That’s Noor’s entire ethos: “…
 
Kate interviews Aisling Ní Chába about her internal experience with gender identity from childhood, growing up in an abusive family and repressive Catholic community in Glasgow. She talks about the challenges she faced in finding institutional support and how transitioning forced her to confront gender binary narratives on the personal level as wel…
 
Opening Day Star Wars wasn’t the end – it’s time for more wrestling & baseball talk with Extra Innings of this 6:05 Superpodcast Star Wars special! No Segments! No Time Stamps! Minimal Edits! As always, Thank You to all the 605’ers for your continued support of the MOTHERSHIP! ***** Please support Ramseur Records by visiting their online store and …
 
It’s Opening Day of the 2020 baseball season, normally a day of optimism and hope, but this year a day that is totally bizarre, so that means it’s time for another 6:05 Superpodcast Star Wars special! No Segments! No Time Stamps! Minimal Edits! As always, Thank You to all the 605’ers for your continued support of the MOTHERSHIP! ***** Please suppor…
 
Erica Hiroko Isomura 'A Conversation On Queer Mentorship' writer based in Vancouver. Check out programming at Queer Arts Festival. https://qafonline.ca/a-conversation-on-queer-mentorship/ Social media handles @ericahiroko (Twitter and Instagram) ericahiroko.caBy CiTR & Discorder Magazine
 
Patricia Heaton starred in two wildly successful television series: Everybody Loves Raymond and The Middle. But it was the not-so-successful series Carol’s Second Act that led Patricia (or Patty she likes to be called) to author a new book called “Your Second Act.” It shares her own story and her new work serving as an Ambassador for the non-profit…
 
“The push and pull between clarity and imagination is something I think about a lot in visual storytelling.” // I called up SfSx series artist Jen Hickman to celebrate the release of our SfSx: Volume 1: Protection trade paperback on July 22nd! Jen and I discuss our collaborative process, and Jen gives some insight into how they think about formatti…
 
A historic cafe has morphed its way through generations of change, and still ... still ... there is the feather bowling. Feather bowling? Yes, feather bowling. One man, born in Detroit, found an important piece of his identity playing this unusual game of his forebears on the court at the Cadieux Cafe and he is an important reason the game appears …
 
Pour yourself a cup of ambition because Speakeasily Vs. The ‘80s welcomes Jamie Bancroft (AKA Dolly Trauma), a founder of Austin International Drag Festival and the upcoming website The Drag Channel, to discuss the sexual harassment classic, 9 to 5 (1980). Are you thirsty for Dabney? Jamie Bancroft: www.facebook.com/jamie.bancroft More Speakeasily:…
 
Anais West queer actor, playwright, and producer of Polish descent. she is the operations manager and associate producer of underground absolute fiction (Co-Produced by Queer Arts Festival and The Frank Theatre). Underground Absolute Fiction is an immersive play-meets-punk-concert, inspired by the apartment theatre of 1980s Poland. It invites audie…
 
Welcome to 'Giving Me Life', a fortnightly podcast where 3 Queer, Irish Showgirls discuss pop-culture, old and new, over copious amounts of wine. On this episode we're joined by Lykan Animal for a chat about 'Aden Films' - a youtube channel dedicated to high end meat cookery and street food in Japan, food docu-series 'Rotten', and 'Mucho Mucho Amor…
 
Check out the full show notes for this episode on the Swing Stuff blog here. Listen to the Women in Jazz Starter Pack playlist on Spotify. Any feedback for the show? Get in touch at hello@swingstuff.com Support the podcast on Patreon! If you like the show, please leave us a review and rate us on Apple Podcasts! It helps others find the show, and gi…
 
How’s Your Mother? Host Kendra Cunningham Teresa Degaetano, creator of Tales from the Tables, chats with Kendra. She ran a show in NYC for over 10 years, she’s the Queen of Instagram videos, amazing hostess, comic, service industry warrior, the hilarious Teresa Degaetano https://www.instagram.com/teresadegaetanohttps://twitter.com/teresadegaetanoHo…
 
Susan Goldfein is 79 years old, in great shape and splits her time between Florida and Connecticut. For most of her professional career, she served as a speech pathologist in a range of different settings. She worked with elementary school students, provided home care for stroke patients and she taught at the university level. Her last position was…
 
In 1952, famed historian David Maraniss's father, Elliott Maraniss, was fired by the Detroit Times, the city's Hearst daily newspaper. This happened on the very day congressional witch hunters showed up in the newsroom with a subpoena demanding he testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee. The family's ensuing odyssey in search of a…
 
Hosted by Workin' The Tease's own Burlesque Gals - Julia Reed Nichols & Kitty Kat DeMille - along with special guest, Harley Harpurr. This week's topics include The Damn Devillez, Romanian Witches, Legally Recognized Polyamorous Domestic Partnerships, and The Cuddling Robot.By Better Than Sex
 
Stories tell us about where we come from, who we are. They give us meaning and purpose. And without some understanding of how they influence us, a story can keep us in bad habits. I want to use my own life as an example of how my own stories kept me from healing, and how learning new narratives gave me room to heal. I started drinking alcoholically…
 
Hosted by Workin' The Tease's own Burlesque Gals - Julia Reed Nichols & Kitty Kat DeMille - along with special guest, Vixen DeVille. This week's topics include Body Empowerment in Burlesque, The Handkerchief Code, Movies Starring Diamonds, and the First Woman Mayor in America.By Better Than Sex
 
What were you doing at the age of 12? Youth activist Melati Wijsen was establishing a grassroots movement that successfully lobbied the world’s second biggest plastic polluter to ban single-use plastic bags. Today, Bye Bye Plastic Bags is a globe-spanning movement with thousands of young members, and Melati has set her sights on a new, more ambitio…
 
Cindy Gallop wants you to talk about sex. More specifically, how hardcore pornography is destroying our ability to have a healthy sexual relationship. The goal of her user-generated sex tape sharing platform, Make Love Not Porn, is to spark a social sexual revolution. Put another way: social sex. Cindy talks to Liz Bacelar, host of the Innovators p…
 
Sukki Singapora is Asia's most in-demand burlesque performer. The star of Netflix reality show Singapore Social is also a fierce advocate for women's issues who wields her public persona with purpose. She uses her artform as a tool for female empowerment, flipping its narrative as an act of titillation for the male gaze. In this eye-opening first e…
 
Lynx the trans-identified Toronto based vocalist, guitarist, songwriter, and producer Lynx has a major love of pop music with an edge and has an indie heart making his style truly stand out. Follow him http://www.randomorder.ca www.facebook.com/randomorder www.randomorder.bandcamp.com www.twitter.com/randomorderband Rainbow Glitz Part of the troupe…
 
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