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A ravenous pandemic. A ruinous recession. Protests, riots, racial strife, police brutality. And, of course, Donald Trump. The turmoil and upheaval roiling America in 2020 is the subject of Hell & High Water with John Heilemann. Through a series of conversations with the people shaping our culture — in politics, entertainment, business, technology, sports, food, and beyond — best-selling author and TV host John Heilemann (Game Change, Double Down, Showtime's The Circus) explores how the count ...
 
The Y Circus Podcast is the acoustic version of The Y Circus magazine (theycircus.com), a digital platform on art, design, and the environment that uses creativity and storytelling to highlight the beauty of the natural world. Socially and environmentally engaged artists, photographers, architects, designers, authors, scientists, and educators share their perspectives and projects addressing the pressing questions of our time.
 
Discover a wondrously surreal world of magic, music, and mystery. This immersive, cinematic audio spectacle follows the adventures of a lonely, stage-struck janitor who is drawn into the larger-than-life universe of the Orbiting Human Circus, a fantastical, wildly popular radio show broadcast from the top of the Eiffel Tower. WNYC Studios presents a special director’s cut of this joyous, moving break from reality. Starring John Cameron Mitchell, Julian Koster, Tim Robbins, Drew Callander, Su ...
 
Emerging Form is a podcast about the creative process in which a journalist (Christie Aschwanden) and a poet (Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer) discuss creative conundrums over wine. Each episode concludes with a game of two questions in which a guest joins in to help answer questions about the week's topic. Season one guests include poets, novelists, journalists, a song writer, a circus performer, a sketch artist and a winemaker. emergingform.substack.com
 
A circus history podcast exploring topics like, "How and WHY do Clowns paint their faces", "Who was the first ever Human Cannonball act", "What are common Circus Superstitions" and so much more! So step right up and join your host Callie B, as she shares with friend, comedian and co-host Mark, various stories from circus history. Complete with decoded circus lingo, fun circus facts and a sprinkling of fiction. Theme song by The Cooties.
 
Doc Rotten and The Black Saint from Horror News Radio recap and review the best and worst horror films from the 1970s. Grindhouse. Blacksploitation. Hollywood Blockbusters. B Movies. Films like Exorcist | The Car | Phantasm | Halloween | The Incredible Melting Man | The Manitou | Beyond the Door | Vampire Circus | Dawn of the Dead
 
Dr. Deborah Adamy has conversations with everyday people who inspire, uplift and who are living their lives with vitality and joy. She admires people who can weather adversity and hardship without becoming cynical and bitter; who actually choose to learn, grow and find meaning and purpose in what they have experienced. There are countless ordinary people living pretty extraordinary lives and Deborah wants to shine light on them! Enlighten: Uplift and Inspire includes conversations with a wid ...
 
Get the real scoop, tune into Lara and Erin's daily podcast about what's happening behind the scenes of "The SHOW to End All SHOWS" presenting a traditional American circus as it romps joyfully toward oblivion. featuring Pink Poodle Girls, A Ball-Balancing Seal Boy, A Real Mermaid, and an original music score by the incredible Circus Contraption Band.
 
Baly Family Circus is a fortnightly familial advice column. We answer questions from the terribly mundane to the deeply philosophical. If you want to know if you own a ball that has been accidentally thrown onto your roof, or what happens after death, then send your questions our way; balyfamilycircus@gmail.com. It’s free advice from four family members doing their very best to figure it out so you don’t have to.
 
Hack Circus is a weekly podcast analysing the art and craft of creativity. hackcircuspodcast.com This podcast goes behind the scenes with individuals who lead extraordinary creative lives. Whether you're a professional creative or just looking for inspiration from highly creative minds, you should enjoy the insights of the guests on our show each week. If you enjoy the show, please give it a rating and/or a review, and don't forget to subscribe! The show is hosted by artist, writer and publi ...
 
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#kissarmy #kiss #kissalive Get a FREE EP HERE: http://LouLombardiMusic.com if you love great guitar driven rock from the 70s, 80s, 90s and even today, you will want to get my EP "The Bad Years". Get your copy while supplies last! In 1975 when KISS released Alive, it was unheard of for a band that didn't have a succession of big hits to release a li…
 
Robert Dziak is an oceanographer and the Acoustics Program Manager at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. His job is to listen to the deep sea, collecting clues about the health of our oceans. He does that with the help of so-called hydrophones pressure-resistant underwater microphones. In this episode, he will share his findings f…
 
We explore a bit of history not often uncovered - high platform horse diving !!! We also explore the life and adventures of one of the most famed female horse divers Sonora Webster Carver, who was the inspiration for popular Disney film 'Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken' (1991) However we discuss so much more to Sonora's story that was not included in t…
 
The legend in its early forms: the arrival in Rome of a patriarch from the east, the chronicles of Otto of Freising, and that famous "letter." If you like what you hear and want to chip in to support the podcast, my Patreon is here. I'm on Twitter @circus_human, Instagram @humancircuspod, and I have some things on Redbubble at https://www.redbubble…
 
-Dr. Fauchi is in some hot water, or is he? A FOIA request exposed emails that seem to show Fauchi acting like the lying little weasel bureaucrat he is and always has been.-Bill Gates is in some hot water, or is he? After his divorce announcement, skeletons are surfacing.-Joe Biden proves yet again that he has the lowest of expectations for blacks.…
 
On today's episode, Josh and Lyndsay return to the Beyond Babel theater, talk about a new show from the 7 Fingers, and review bills in NY State to regulate ticket sales on Broadway. Later in the show they call up Shannon McKenna, an actress turned circus performer and podcaster who hosts the popular show The Artist Athlete. They talk about her star…
 
E3 came back! Holy crap! And don't worry, we'll get deep in the weeds about it on this week's show, but first we welcome PNB's Brendan Hesse and take a look at our favorite episodes of Conan O'Brien's Clueless Gamer, which recently took its last gasp. Then it's on to Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, a MASSIVE spate …
 
Rikki Jay and I have crossed paths for many years at least 25 in Holiday Parks, Cruises, Television auditions and studios, social events and pantomime. He is a funny man and knows his audiences, he knows his style and delivers everytime. In pantomime he shines as the Comedy Character Buttons, Muddles, Silly Billy etc and he fits right into the part…
 
In earlier centuries, when science and spirituality were considered one and the same, the world was full of advice and warnings surrounding pregnancy cravings. In the second part of this two-part series, Ben and Noel explore how humans perceived these cravings: as superstition, stereotype and, eventually, science. Learn more about your ad-choices a…
 
Steven Lassan and Braden Gall talk college football. Expansion is here and we've got the deets How did we get here? Will the regular season actually be diminished? Are we okay with top six champs getting in? What about ONLY champions getting a bye week? Irish get docked (but it's not as bad you think) Timing and location are major issues How will t…
 
Pregnancy is amazing — and scary, and beautiful, and a thousand other things. The modern world has stereotypes and tropes aplenty about pregnancy, especially including the phenomena known as pregnancy cravings. But how far back does this go? In the first part of this series, Ben and Noel explore the history of cravings, along with beliefs about how…
 
Former Pfizer VP and Virologist, Dr. Michael Yeadon, is one of the most credentialed medical professionals speaking out about the dangers of the #Covid19 vaccines, yet it has fallen on deaf ears. With great honor, The HighWire gives Dr. Yeadon the floor to break down his “list of lies” that keeps him up at night, when it comes to lockdowns, masks, …
 
In which Hell & High Water is pleased to introduce you to another podcast in the Recount family: Battleground with Amanda Litman and Faiz Shakir. Battleground episodes normally drop on Thursdays, but we're giving you a sneak preview of this week's edition, which features Elie Mystal – justice correspondent for The Nation and a frequent guest on MSN…
 
How do you calculate the number of chimpanzees living in the forests of Nigeria? If you’re National Geographic Explorer Rachel Ashegbofe, you listen carefully. After discovering that Nigerian chimpanzees are a genetically distinct population, Rachel began searching for their nests to study them more closely. Now she’s teaching her community how to …
 
Noel James is a very funny, Stand Up Comedian. Welsh born Teacher, Comedian, Writer Noel hosts his own Comedy Clubs and has performed across festivals, comedy clubs for years, he knows his audiences. He is an honest performer, if he tries out a certain audience and they are not for him he will move on but not without trying them over and over. Any …
 
There's a time to bail water and a time to head for the lifeboats. This would be the latter. Americans take notice - you're next...Website: https://ragingdissident.tv Telegram: https://t.me/ragingdissident Instagram: https://instagram.com/jmack674 LINKS: https://linktr.ee/ragingdissidentBy Jeremy MacKenzie
 
GymnasticsVille’s Gio Prossoni interviews University of Michigan gymnast Paul Juda. On Friday June 4 Juda finished second in the all-around at the 2021 Senior Pan American Championships. His all-around placement claimed the final +1 spot for the Tokyo Olympic Games available for the U.S. men’s program. Team USA will now be able to send 5 gymnasts t…
 
In this episode Gherkin talks to Clown, Improviser and Pastor, Andrew P. Quick about the physical and spiritual healing effect of laughter, the holiness of humor, and his career and inspirations. Please consider supporting the podcast on our Patreon at www.patreon.com/Picklewater Netherworld Shanty by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmus…
 
My guest today is Marla McPherson. Marla is Conservationist, High School English Teacher, and River Runner. I had the pure pleasure of meeting Marla in Utah a couple of weeks ago when visiting my treasured friend and previous podcast guest, Elizabeth Van Meter (episode #113). Beneath Marla’s current job titles, is an impressive, courageous, wise wo…
 
The Canadian Banana Republic Gov't never let's a good crisis go to waste. Scum begets scum. Apologies for the disjointed disconnects, alas, I do not yet have supreme control of all the internet. How many more of these can I get away with this before the Government makes it illegal? I wish I was joking.Hate speech inside, otherwise known as reality,…
 
Peter Piper is an impressionist, actor, voice over artist, comedian, Pantomime Legend and these days you can check out his real art portraits. We have all dealt with lockdowns in different ways, its been hard, it is hard but we do what we gotta do. Peter has worked across the pond in Los Angeles, Travelled the World on the finest cruise Ships and h…
 
We've always been great fans of so-called trash pandas at VGA, so when this week's release of Backbone cast one as a down-on-his-luck detective, we indulged our love of raccoons with a Top 5 about games that let you play as them. Then it's on to Chivalry II, the resurfacing of Playdate, Yuji Naka leaving Square Enix, and the most valuable games in …
 
Less than 18 hours after Richard Carrington noticed something screwy on the sun’s surface, chaos erupted. Telegraph operators found their machines literally aflame. The Northern Lights were visible from Cuba. People and plants across the globe became convinced it was daytime. Centuries later, Ben and Noel explore the consequences of the Carrington …
 
#donnasummer #KISS #raystevens Get a FREE EP HERE: http://LouLombardiMusic.com if you love great guitar driven rock from the 70s, 80s, 90s and even today, you will want to get my EP "The Bad Years". Get your copy while supplies last! You know how there are certain television shows and movies from the 70s that could probably never be made today? The…
 
Struggle. It’s an essential part of the creative process. How do we move past the desire to give up and find the energy and time to continue? In this episode, Rosemerry and Christie talk about recent projects and their longtime experience with how to stay with a project when we’d rather give up. We speak about going back to the beginning, how commu…
 
Steven Lassan and Braden Gall talk college football. Important people want a 12-team playoff Who does this format benefit? Who does NOT benefit from this format? Why it will help college football The unintended consequences Our Group of 5 rankings explained: Cincinnati leads healthy middle AAC class Two ranked Sun Belt teams, then... meh The Mounta…
 
When amateur astronomer Richard Carrington gazed through his telescope on the morning of September 1st, 1859, he noticed something weird about the surface of the sun -- it seemed to have clusters of dark spots. Later historians would recognize this as the earliest observation of a solar flare -- and a little less than 18 hours later, the associated…
 
In the basement of National Geographic’s headquarters, there’s a lab holding a secret tech weapon: Tom O’Brien. As Nat Geo’s photo engineer, O’Brien adapts new technologies to capture sights and sounds previously never seen or heard before. O’Brien leads us on a tour of his lab as he designs and builds an underwater camera and shows us some of his …
 
Matt Slack is a funny comedian but serious actor but entertaining performer but brilliant all rounder, you can't pigeon hole him as he puts 100% into all he does. Matt & I worked together in the summer of 2001 in Babbacombe Torquay. The theatre summer season was just memorable surrounded by great people, working with top acts who were fun to be wit…
 
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