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Best Festival podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Festival podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Life is a Festival is a weekly, long-form interview podcast that profiles beloved leaders in the festival world and beyond. On the show, we share stories and strategies that promote personal growth, mental wellness, cognitive experimentation, service, and play through the lense of the modern festival movement and associated cultures. “Life is a festival, only to the wise.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
 
Aspen Ideas to Go is a show about big ideas that will open your mind. Featuring compelling conversations with the world’s top thinkers and doers from a diverse range of disciplines, Aspen Ideas to Go gives you front-row access to the Aspen Ideas Festival and other events presented by the Aspen Institute.
 
InnerVerse is a podcast dedicated to prying open your Third Eye portal to the infinite and keeping you in perpetual synchronicity. Join Chance Garton for inspired interviews with conscious creators from all paths. INjoy conversations that recognize your limitless potential, and pierce beyond the veils of illusion to bring you into sovereignty and creative freedom. Tune in to respect and celebrate life's core Truth: that we are all One Consciousness, expressing itself through our individual u ...
 
Hi! I'm Rebekah Louisa Smith, The Film Festival Doctor and my podcast is designed to help you achieve film festival success and beyond. Not only to do we cover with our guests the key things to include in your festival strategy, including creating your goals, planning your budgets and which festivals to target, we also go beyond this and talk about the importance of attaching a sales agent to your film, theatrical distribution planning and the all-important personal and self-development skil ...
 
Utilizes narrative storytelling, archival audio, and immersive soundscapes to explore true stories of white-collar criminals, con artists, and corporate evil. From corruption and fraud to Ponzi schemes and environmental disasters, these financially motivated crimes have shaped our world in unimaginable ways. All in the name of greed.
 
Welcome to Hidden Truth Show with Jim Breslo, a weekly series which dives deeply into controversial and unresolved issues of our time to discover the truth, irrespective of political correctness, religion, or politics. In the new Season 2, “Transgender Movement,” we explore what it means to be transgender, ask who is really behind the movement, and question whether it is based on science or political correctness. Along the journey to find the truth, Jim interviews doctors, psychologists, the ...
 
Osiris Media presents The Drop, a weekly podcast sharing the week's music news, artist interviews, festival previews and coverage, and highlights from across the Osiris network. The Drop is brought to you by CashorTrade. Osiris works in media partnership with JamBase.
 
GROOVE CRUISE RADIO hosted by Scotty Boy features exclusive releases and mixes from hundreds of DJs who have played the iconic Groove Cruise since 2004. This podcast has been rated in the top 100 in iTunes and has over 100,000 subscribers for a reason :-) For info to sail away on the World’s Largest Floating Dance Music Festival navigate over to www.GrooveCruise.com @GrooveCruise on FB IG Snapchat & Twitter
 
Liz Manashil and Alrik Bursell discuss independent filmmaking, everything from writing, producing and directing to working as crew. But this is not just a podcast about "making it," it's also about struggling with rejection, self-doubt and everything else that comes with pursuing a career in film. Follow along as we forge our own way through the industry and talk to guests who are also making it happen.
 
Scottish and Irish folk songs combined with the Lord of the Rings music and a wee bit o’Celtic fun. The Brobdingnagian Bards (pronounced brob-din-nahg-EE-en) were The Original Celtic Renaissance music duo from Austin, Texas. Their unique brand of folk music on the autoharp, recorder, and mandolin made them one of the most-popular Celtic music groups online where they continue to give away thousands of free Celtic MP3 downloads daily. From 1999 to 2008, the Brobdingnagian Bards performed coas ...
 
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These novelist-teachers from the University of San Francisco MFA in Writing program dig into the challenges of writing characters haunted by their pasts. They share the narrative tools they use to push their characters to the very edge and keep the reader turning the page. Sponsored by the University of San Francisco MFA in Writing program.…
 
Chris sits down with Rod Morrow of The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast. They talk about coping during the pandemic, judging celebrities, and the perception of "Blackness" in America. Website: theblackguywhotips.com ChrisLamberth.com Twitter: @rodimusprime @TBGWT @MundaneFestival @ChrisLamberth Patreon: Mundane Festival Email: mundanefestivalpod@gmail.co…
 
Can we still live life like a festival when there are no festivals for the foreseeable future? When there are no gatherings at all? With a global pandemic, a faltering economy, and profound uncertainty moving through the world, can life still be looked at through the lens of open hearted celebration?Life is a Festival is guided by the belief that w…
 
Stephen Fry and the international human rights lawyer Philippe Sands discuss his award-winning book East West Street, a compelling family detective story and an exploration of the legal principles that defined the Nuremberg War Trials. The conversation is riveting and exacting and you’d expect that, of course. But it’s also hilarious, and the laugh…
 
Pandora Celtica, Marc Gunn, Bell Book & Canto, The Bilge Pumps, Emerald Rose, Pride O' Bedlam, Bethany McLyr, Below the Gaff, Bounding Main, Flying Fish Sailors, Cheeks and Phoenix, Quarter Master Band, Cu Dubh, Quarter Master Band, Raggle Taggle Gypsies, Rambling Sailors VISIT OUR SPONSORS: Louisiana Renaissance Festival Renaissance Magazine The R…
 
VISIT OUR SPONSORS: Louisiana Renaissance Festival SONGS "MARCH 2020 S02E03 AGHolmes ● Alestorm ● Alexander James Adams ● Barleyjuice ● Joni Minstrel ● Alexander Silver Epithalamium - The Wedding Pome performed by AGHolmes from the album Songs Form A Poisoned Well Treasure Island performed by Alestorm from the album No Grave But The Sea Come with M…
 
Host Marla Davies tackles the difficult discussion of the Coronavirus COVID-19 and how it's turning the Festival World upside down and inside out. The words postpone, reschedule and cancel have suddenly become commonplace as SXSW, Coachella, Stagecoach, Skull & Roses, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage, Bonnaroo and Glastonbury as all accept the pandemi…
 
Russillo is joined by two-time Super Bowl champion Chris Long and Big Cat of Barstool Sports for the first-ever Music Festival Fantasy Draft (1:30). Then Chris and Ryen discuss Tom Brady leaving the New England Patriots to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1:10:10).
 
Join Annabel Crabb and Sydney Writers' Festival Artistic Director Michaela McGuire for a special unveiling of the 2020 Festival program. Like "unwrapping the greatest Christmas present ever", Michaela unravels this year's uncannily prescient theme, introduces the Festival's guest curators and the acclaimed writers in the Opening Address, and discus…
 
It’s Saturday, let’s boogie. Let’s Dance! Uncle Jesse’s Virtual DJ Dance Party from 6-9pm ET. Let’s dance! Come hang out, bring your friends, and get down to some great tunes. RIP Ellis Marsalis. We wanted to take a moment to remember one of the patriarchs of music. He will be missed. Billy Strings Live at 9pm ET. Billy will be doing a solo set as …
 
Welcome to the Chicago Beer Pass: Your ticket to all the great beer events happening in and around Chicago. On this episode of Chicago Beer Pass, Brad Chmielewski and Nik White continue following the rules and shelter-in-place. But just because you might be staying locked away doesn’t mean everyone is and doesn’t mean there still isn’t a lot happen…
 
In this episode, we’re taking you back to Sundance with an interview with director Nicole Newnham and co-director/talent James Lebrecht from the documentary Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution. This film chronicles a Woodstock-esque summer camp for disabled kids that becomes a foundation for the disability rights movement. We discuss James’ experien…
 
Despite the warnings of politicians and health-care professionals, many have failed to treat the coronavirus pandemic as a serious threat: the spring breakers on beaches, the crowds in city parks. Daniel Kahneman, a Nobel Prize-winning expert on human behavior, speaks with Maria Konnikova about why the threat posed by COVID-19 defies intuitive comp…
 
Recorded at Smock Alley Theatre as part of ILFDublin 2019, Paul Muldoon reads poems by some of the greats from Faber and Faber’s illustrious history, to mark their 90th anniversary, as well as previewing poems from his collection, Frolic and Detour.ILFDublin is an initiative of Dublin City Council, kindly supported by the Arts Council of Ireland. S…
 
Russillo does a new segment called Worst Take (3:05) before he is joined by the creator of ‘Scrubs’ and cocreator of ‘Cougar Town’ and ‘Spin City,’ Bill Lawrence, to talk about doing stand-up comedy as a young man in L.A. and getting fired from ‘Friends,’ ‘Boy Meets World,’ and other shows before cocreating ‘Spin City.’ They discuss how to get stuf…
 
Hello there. It’s a (mostly) PHISH episode. If you like the band Phish, do I have good news for you. By the time you hear this, Phish will already have released a new album. Life comes at you fast when you’re trying to keep up with Trey. Sierra Hull Live Q&A 10pm ET! We’re thrilled to premiere a new show that will likely happen once a week with the…
 
We talk about what's going on with music in this crisis, what gigs we still have, and what are new projects are! In this episode.... What we are going to do to keep getting music to you, how we are helping others, and a little random silliness (Because we need silliness now). This is Patreon Episode number 17 and overall Episode 57. Links we talked…
 
Chloe Jackman is one bad ass photographer. Bitch Talk's founder Erin has known Chloe for nearly a decade and has witnessed how she took her passion and made it in to a full-time career. Erin spoke with Chloe in late 2019 ( after the stellar photo shoot she led for Bitch Talk's brand new website ) about the world of photography, how she started, who…
 
Emma Dabiri in conversation with Reni Eddo-Lodge at Smock Alley Theatre, as part of International Literature Festival Dublin 2019.ILFDublin is an initiative of Dublin City Council, kindly supported by the Arts Council of Ireland. See www.ilfdublin.com for the latest news and programme info.By International Literature Festival Dublin
 
China was the first country in the world to experience effects from COVID-19. Now the epidemic there is slowing. How did the country of more than 1 billion people make it through? Technology played a big role. In this episode, Lydia Lee, Gary Liu, and Andrew McLaughlin join Vivian Schiller, executive director of the Aspen Digital program at the Asp…
 
Second Amendment Advocates have sued the State of California for allowing local sheriffs to shutdown gun stores due to the coronavirus. The Los Angeles County Sheriffs did just that. The Firearms Policy Coalition joined the NRA in the lawsuit. Matthew Larosiere is their Director of Legal Policy. He reports that closing gun stores in California and …
 
An old Alcoholics Anonymous slogan goes, “Seven days without an A.A. meeting makes one weak.” But COVID-19 has made in-person meetings impossible in many situations, removing the foundation on which many alcoholics build their sobriety. Reagan Reed, the executive director of the New York Intergroup Association of Alcoholics Anonymous and a member o…
 
Rob and Seth first share some of their thoughts on the current Coronavirus COVID-19 -driven nightmare. Rob relates how he wants to devote all of the show's energy to helping people who have lost jobs in the music and entertainment industry, and Seth announced his forthcoming Virtual Passover Seder to raise money for Conscious Alliance. Then they sp…
 
Matt Landman is an activist and the creator of the documentary Frankenskies. In this super-show we sift through the scientific statistics and ask several important questions that throw the mainstream explanation of the COVID-19 crisis into serious doubt. We cover a lot of ground on this one with the hope of keeping you grounded during the storm. To…
 
Welcome back! It’s Monday. How you doing out there? Question for the day: what's the best artist streaming show you’ve heard over the past couple of weeks? Here are the 5 things we want you to know for Monday! Jesse Jarnow interview on Under the Scales. Jesse joins Tom and me to talk about After Midnight, Phish, his books, and lots of other stuff. …
 
Jesus often used parables as a means of indirect communication to critique and dismantle his listener’s views of the world in order to show them the true nature of God’s Kingdom. In this episode, Tim and Jon talk about the role of the parables in persuading listeners through subversive critique. View full show notes from this episode → Additional R…
 
It’s Saturday! You know, Saturday is very different. We are going to tell you about a few things we think you should know about with all of the music streams, artist projects and more that are out there. We have a lot of original Osiris stuff coming soon, which we’ll tell you about. Let’s dive in. Jon Cleary “Quarantini Happy Hour.” What a nice way…
 
Across the country, doctors and nurses are being forced to care for an increasing number of COVID patients with dwindling supplies and no clear end to the outbreak in sight. Two emergency-room doctors, Jessica van Voorhees, in New York City, and Sana Jaffri, in Washington State, describe the scope of the crisis as seen from their hospitals. “It wou…
 
This week, we welcome Diana Weymar from the Tiny Pricks Project, the largest textile Trump protest ever. She discusses the first piece she created for the project, how it has built a sense of community, and how it became the most peaceful way to deal with the stress that the idiot in chief has brought upon our country. We also talked about the impo…
 
Explore the paradoxical pleroma with Professor Anthony Guilbert, author of Notes From The Drift, a collection of poetic observations infused with the philosophy of Esoteric Daoism. In this episode we peruse a plethora of cosmo-psychological perspectives, which is a fancy way of saying we try to take a glance into the inner workings of the universal…
 
Constitutional Law Attorney Mark Meuser reports that the shutdown orders given by Governor Gavin Newsom and Mayors Eric Garcetti and London Breed violate the State Constitution, and likely the U.S. Constitution. According to Meuser, State and local officials can only quarantine those who have been infected or there is probable cause to believe have…
 
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