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Best Jim Romanovich podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Jim Romanovich podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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A network of podcasts under several genres relating to the retro pop culture field and how these features are relevant to everyone today. Retro doesn't mean old. It's about a style and a vibe that gives you your passion. These podcasts will consist of classic radio dramas and commentary from Jim Romanovich, blogs, new interviews from individuals who contributed to the pop culture experience, and high-end audio documentaries.
 
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In part 2, Kristoff talks about the visionary that Bill Bell was, the death threats he had received from one on camera interracial relationship and his disappointment in fully telling that story. He also talks about judgement and criticism within the black community, his love for Victoria Rowell and the anger and frustration he felt when he could n…
 
In a rare never before heard interview from 2013, Kristoff St. John discusses his life, career and his future. He also talks about the difficulties and challenges he faced being an African American actor and role model. This is an intimate informal interview of Kristoff St. John just letting loose! You don't want to miss it!…
 
When a duck hunter’s dog senses something buried beneath the sand, he starts digging ferociously. Will the dog be able to uncover Superman’s body before its owner takes the dog away? Commentary on how our next serial is connected to this one. Plus, the Smithsonian Institute chose to restore key Superman radio episodes including The Atom Man.…
 
Teufel is dead and Superman is presumed dead after a severe assault from the Kryptonite rays. After the Atom Man buries him several feet under the sand, Jimmy Olsen may be Superman's only hope. Commentary on why authority figures dismiss Jimmy Olsen even though he spoke the truth and how this treatment affected the young fans.…
 
After The Atom Man lured Superman to a cabin in the forest, he turned his destructive Kryptonite rays onto Superman leaving him nearly dead. Jimmy Olsen witnessed it all but failed to recognize the Man of Steel. Will Jimmy be Superman’s only hope of survival? Commentary on The Atom Man's power and his new relationship with Der Teufel. Plus, Atom Ma…
 
Superman inadvertently comes across Henry Miller, who unbeknownst to Superman is The Atom Man, digging around Lois’ desk when Miller is just about to put on the metal mesh gloves that channel the power of Kryptonite to destroy Superman. Commentary on how the U.S, was so technologically inadequate in this serial as compared to a mad Nazi scientist. …
 
Teufel’s experiment took a positive turn when young Milch awakens as the super energized Atom Man who comes into his realization of his superpower and his quest to kill all those who oppose the Nazi regime-especially his new archenemy Superman. Commentary on this history making episode in which America's newfound nationalism led to its paranoia tha…
 
Der Teufel has now injected the dissolved Kryptonite into Milch’s son who has volunteered for the experiment. Superman, unable to locate Teufel heads back to Metropolis to meet with a scientist to help him fight against what could be his most lethal opponent. Commentary on a recent article on DC Comics admitting that Superman is its most UNETHICAL …
 
A nightclub singer is offered a lucrative gig in an Argentinian club if she will sing a certain song at a designated time every night. Commentary on the incredible Lena Horne who starred tonight in a rare performance in which an African American female character was given equal if not greater status than her male co-lead considering this was 1944, …
 
A woman claims the new elevator operator in her building is the man she testified against in the murder of her mother years before even though police have informed her that he died two years ago in prison. Commentary on the incredible script from Lucille Fletcher who is best known for the greatest radio drama episode ever written-Sorry, Wrong Numbe…
 
A wounded, death row convict escapes and takes refuge at a country home where a mother and her small daughter reside for the summer. He calls for his gang to rescue him but the area is surrounded by police. Commentary on how the cat and mouse scenario fits beautifully in this story. Plus, the similar plot lines in movies such as The Desperate Hours…
 
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