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Best Inteviews podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Inteviews podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Recorded each week from Waylon Jenning's former Basement Studio in Nashville's Historic Music Row, co-hosts Jury "obey" Byrd & Ryan Poole drink beer, rant, laugh and shoot the breeze with some of Nashville's most interesting underground musicians. Interviews, Live Performance, free-style rap, anything's possible in the Hideout.
 
The Lady Charmaine Live show brings you great interviews from today's recording artist and Hollywood actors/actress. Lady Charmaine is the host of Lady Charmaine Live on PRAISE 98FM (PRAISE98FM.COM. Her show is insightful, encouraging and opens up lives of your celebrities.She has over 25 years of experience in the entertainment industry.In Lady Charmaine was a guest on the "Tyra Banks" show. She was a co-host finalist for the syndicated talk show “Live with Regis” featuring Regis Philbin an ...
 
Roots and Radicals Podcast·Thursday, May 24, 2018 The Roots, Rednecks, and Radicals is a radio show/podcast that focuses on Americana, Roots, and Folk music. We play a variety of music from divergent artists from many different eras. Roots and Folk music can be defined in many different ways and we lean in to the fact that artists from various backgrounds have enriched the catalog of American music with their ingenuity and creativity.
 
Life before, during and after the holocaust with Buchenwald survivor, Melvin Federbush.In hour 5 of this series, he reveals his harrowing experiences while in Nazi occupied Poland. Melvin Federbush was born in Deblin, Poland, July 1923. He attended Cheder and Yeshiva as well as high school. Within eight days of Hitler's invasion of Poland, his parents and nine year old twin sisters were killed during a bombing attack. Melvin was taken prisoner during the Nazi occupation and forced to live in ...
 
Switchback is the literary magazine of the MFA in Writing program at the University of San Francisco. http://www.switchbackjournal.com The Switchback podcast is a half-hour of wide-ranging conversation on all matters literary. And probably other matters, too. Also, it's not always a half-hour. Look—it's a good podcast, you should listen to it. Produced in collaboration with KUSF, University of San Francisco's online radio station: https://www.usfca.edu/kusf.
 
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In our 76th podcast we interview Amazon Game Studios Animator, Victor Chavez. Victor has been a professional animator in games since 2011 and has worked on such titles as Halo 4, Destiny, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and Rise of the Tomb Raider. He is currently working at Amazon Game Studios in Orange County on the new IP - New World.It was grea…
 
Hey everyone this is Red Iron here for The Great Metal Debate to share with you our review of We Are One - the new collaboration between U.D.O. and the Musikkorps der Bundeswehr, the official concert band of the German armed forces. The U.D.O. lineup is mostly intact since their most recent studio album, Steel Factory. 68 year old Udo Dirkschneider…
 
The Infamous Stringdusters are a GRAMMY Award winning American bluegrass band who just released their ninth studio album. During our conversation we talked about the state of current events in the world and the influence music can have on how people engage with their political surroundings. The band has made a formal decision to publish music that …
 
Today I talk to Bill Donaghy of the Theology of the Body Institute. Bill tells us his story in faith and how it led him to John Paul II and his writings. Bill Donaghy is the person who approached Pontifex University about 2 years ago suggesting a collaboration between our two institutions and the result is the launching of the Master of Arts in the…
 
In our 75th podcast we interview Blizzard Entertianment Lead Animator, Michael Cuevas. Michael has spent 25 years in video game development. He has been specializing in character and creature animation; and has six years of animation instruction experience. Before working at Blizzard Entertainment, Michael's previous companies included Sony Santa M…
 
In our 74th podcast we interview long time Pixar animator/ Andrew Gordon. After 21 years at Pixar and having worked on such beloved films as Monsters Inc., Incredibles 1 & 2, and Ratatouille, Andrew left Pixar to explore new options. It didn't take too long before he found himself at DNEG in London, taking on the role of Head of Feature Animation i…
 
Sketch and Darrell are joined by LumRanmaYasha from the Manga Mavericks podcast to discuss Gundam: The Origin: Adventure of the Red Comet. Then stick around for an on the floor an exclusive interview with Robbie Daymond, brought to you by Daniel Limjoco.Music Credits:"BEYOND THE TIME" as performed by LUNA SEA…
 
I’m with composer Paul Jernberg once again. Our starting point is the following excerpt from Musicam Sacram and the following statement: Musicians will enter on this new work with the desire to continue that tradition which has furnished the Church, in her divine worship, with a truly abundant heritage. Let them examine the works of the past, their…
 
Charlie and I discuss the value of exercise naturally oriented to our ultimate end. This is sparked off by his organizing another SF Bay 50-mile march. I am dubbing this a March for Eternal Life (aka The Bay-Area Pilgrimage for Pentecost). It follows a route around three bridges (Bay Bridge, Richmond Bridge and Golden Gate Bridge) starting early in…
 
Paul Jernberg, the Catholic composer, of the Magnificat Institute. We discuss in greater depth exactly what constitutes sacred music and how this corresponds to what the Church has said on the subject, particularly in the controversial encyclical, Musica Sacra (which is often used to justify rock bands in church! ) To contact Paul and here his musi…
 
Naglfar fans would be more than pleased with this highly anticipated and very long awaited new album. This band hasn't put out a record since Téras back in 2012. Naglfar has been my all time favorite black metal band since the late 2000s when I first discovered them in high school.For those of you who don't know, Naglfar is a melodic black metal ba…
 
In our 73rd podcast we interview iAnimate creature instructor and animation supervisor at Cinesite VFX in Montreal, Scott Holmes. As a kid, Scott fell in love with creature animation when he stumbled upon Jason and the Argonauts on TV one Saturday morning. Scott’s professional feature film credits include “Monster House,” “Narnia: The Lion, The Wit…
 
In our 72nd podcast we interviewed Ricky Wood who is currently a Principal Animator at the newly formed, People Can Fly NY. Ricky has been animating games since 2003 and has helped ship 5 action packed titles - Heavenly Sword, Enslaved: Odyssey To The West, DmC: Devil May Cry, Just Cause 3 and Just Cause 4.He got his start in games at Ninja Theory,…
 
In our 71th podcast we interviewed Pixar animator and iAnimate alumni, Andrew Atteberry. Before joining Pixar Animation Studios Andrew got his start at Magnetic Dreams, a small studio in Tennessee where he learned many portions of the pipeline. Wanting to grow in his animation skills he joined iAnimate. After graduating iAnimate he went on to Walt …
 
In our 70th podcast we interviewed Pixar animator and iAnimate feature animation instructor, Tal Shwarzman. Before joining Pixar Animation Studios Tal spent over seven years at DreamWorks Animation were he animated on such films as Kung Fu Panda, Monsters Vs. Aliens, Shrek Forever After, Kung Fu Panda 2, Rise of the Guardians, and How to Train Your…
 
In our 69th podcast we interviewed industry veteran and iAnimate feature animation instructor, Jim van der Keyl. Jim has been in the animation industry since 1989, getting his start as an inbetweener on the Little Mermaid at Walt Disney Animation Studios. He later worked at Warner Brothers where he was nominated for an 'Annie Award' as best animato…
 
Vincent “Jake” Jones of Aether Realm joins the show to talk about the band’s history, altered plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and new album “Redneck Vikings From Hell”.Credits: excerpts from the Aether Realm track “Goodbye” (Napalm Records, 2020) used with permission from Napalm Records.https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/great-metal-debate-pod…
 
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