From the makers of Carry On Up The Missus, Carry On Up The Village and Quantum Of Missus comes a 50th anniversary celebration of all things Monty Python
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Three best pals and their exquisitely-built equine assistants take the comedy podcast world by storm with this biweeklyish show dedicated to bringing absolute ruckus and hullabaloo. Expect nothing but the best nonsense money can buy. Except its free. And f*ck the Blue Man Group!Instagram: @slappinbirdpod SoundCloud.com/SlappinBirdPod
Sketch Nerds is a comedy podcast about the craft of sketch comedy. Andy, Seth and Julian chat with fellow sketch nerds from comedy troupes, theaters, and festivals to breakdown your favorite sketches to figure out what works, what doesn't and why. If you're a student of sketch comedy or love shows like Saturday Night Live, Monty Python, and Key & Peele then you will enjoy this podcast. To join our conversation please submit your comments or favorite sketches to @badmedicinedc with the hashta ...
Comedy Parenting Radio is the funniest 15 minutes you'll spend online this week. "Predictably unpredictable." "Fast paced." "Zany." "Refreshingly different." It has nothing to do with parenting. (Does Monty Python's Flying Circus have anything to do with pythons?) We do radio theater as well as discuss life, giving it the "Comedy Parenting Radio treatment." Comedy that's suitable for all ages. If you're looking for comedy that you can share with your preacher or Rabbi, you've come home. Reco ...
The Podcast of No Return features sketch comedy and personal observations from Steve and a cast of maybe not thousands but enough to provide thirty minutes of hilarious comedy entertainment. Fans of Monty Python, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, SNL, snarky digital sidekicks, and of sometimes laughing inappropriately will want to listen to the podcast again and again, and further delay sending out resumés like you promised yourself you'd do when you went to bed last night. So, join Steve, Brennan, ...
John Cleese: actor, comedian, writer and podcaster
Sketch comedy in the vein of The Firesign Theatre, OTR, & Monty Python. One-man voice team - performing over 400 characters! No. Not at once, stupid.
Join the original Monty Pythons Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam and Special Guest Carol Cleveland as they introduce and discuss their first official app. The Monty Python’s Flying Circus Python Bytes App includes 22 of the Python’s best sketches from the first series of Monty Python’s Flying Circus. Also included are exclusive commentaries and back-stories from the creators, as well as a digital autograph feature.
Each week IMDb host and producer Ian de Borja sits down with actors, filmmakers, and more to learn about the movies that inspired them to create their greatest work. Click "Listen & Subscribe" below to download on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music and more.
This podcast is dedicated to some of the funniest moments from The Secret Policeman's Ball. This archive is home to clips from Peter Cook, Monty Python, Russell Brand and many more.
THIS IS MY PODCAST with Brian Scolaro It's short! It's stupid! It's insane! In the vein of National Lampoon, Monty Python, Goon Show, and Jack Benny! Short form sketch comedy by a stand up comedian Check it out!
Absolute Radio loves Monty Python and Fawlty Towers legend John Cleese. Listen to the podcast here.
In the distant future, archeo-astronomer Jeffrey Lutz travels the stars collecting broadcasts from Earth. A scripted sci-fi comedy podcast by Rob Schultz and Russell August Anderson, Frequency Earth is a blend of sitcom - the adventures of a guy traveling through space - and sketch comedy - the transmissions he picks up from Earth.
Join Michael Palin as he discusses his latest travel book and accompanying TV series Brazil. From the depths of the Amazon rainforest, to the shanty towns of Rio, Michael Palin examines this vast and disparate nation and takes a closer look at a country of unexplored wildernesses and bustling modern cities.
Cheers B*tch! we get drunk. we watch movies. and sometimes we talk about the movie. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/movie-drunks/support
Director Terry Gilliam (Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Brazil) discusses his latest film. The Zero Theorem sees a reclusive computer genius who’s work on a mysterious project aimed at discovering the purpose of existence – or the lack thereof – is continuously interrupted by Management. Hosted by Chris Hewitt at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
Unbound is the world’s only book publisher to use crowdfunding to raise funds for the publishing process. We are proud to have published some amazing books such as the award-winning The Good Immigrant and the international bestselling Letters of Note. Our authors include the children’s writer Raymond Briggs, Monty Python’s Terry Jones, novelist Alice Jolly, the YouTuber Stuart Ashen, activist Penny Pepper, writer and film-maker Jonathan Meades and the performance poet Salena Godden.
Storied is a podcast that tells stories about faith and failure. And sometimes it recounts stories that are so ridiculous that they seem more fitted to Monty Python than to real life. So, listen in to learn about the past, to enjoy a good story, and to know more than you did before.
Wolf and David explore the history films we love or (or sometimes, films we’d loved just a little less but find interesting). Turns out we like different things…anyway, then we given them a score for two things – how good are they as a film, and how accurate are they with their history. When you’ve listened, join us at the History of England Facebook Group – you can vote, and tell us what you think of the film, and you can even tell us (in no uncertain terms) what you think of our views (whi ...
The weekly podcast from author/blogger Patrick Hester and author/teacher Tracy Townsend
We review movies from long ago and not so long ago to see if they hold up. Check us out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/holdup_podcast/ Thanks to M4N1AC for our theme song, Desperation.
Along the treacherous Borgo Pass In the mountains of Transylvania, a meek English real estate agent is on a harrowing journey to meet a new and mysterious client...who also just happens to be the most terrifying and ferocious monster the world has ever known. COUNT DRACULA!! Christopher Sieber leads an all-star cast, including John Stamos, Annaleigh Ashford, Laura Benanti, Alex Brightman, James Monroe Iglehart, Richard Kind, Rob McClure, Ashley Park, Alan Tudyk, Kathy Fitzgerald, Jeff Kready ...
BOB SAGET’S HERE FOR YOU is a podcast that is like no other— For one, this podcast have guests who are friends of Bob’s, or just really interesting people who many of you know and love. Secondly, this podcast is unique because it goes inside Bob’s Saget’s mind, and then quickly filters out through his mouth. Bob has a way of calming people he has conversations with as well as being entertaining and often informative. Bob talks with his guests with genuine empathy and humor, while reaching hi ...
Join Jon Hamm (Mad Men, Bridesmaids) and writer, director and producer Jennifer Westfeldt (24, Kissing Jessica Stein) as they discuss their new film Friends with Kids. A romantic comedy that centres around two best friends who decide to have a child together, whilst keeping their relationship platonic, Friends with Kids shows how having kids can change your life forever, in amusing and surprising ways.
Lifelong friends Brad and Bob are not experts--they're just two guys who really enjoy movies and whiskey. Each week, they give an in-depth review of a classic film and a new glass of whiskey. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/filmwhiskey/support
Cozy up and remember the magic of Christmas this season inside with Emily, a basic American girl who finds herself alone in London for the holidays, a nosy narrator, and dapper mystery guest! With all the heart and charm of the old radio plays, plus the wit of a Gilmore Girl and the confusion of a Monty Python movie - we thought you could use a little comedy this year. Written by Brittney Bertier. Starring: Brittney Bertier, Joshua Cavanaugh, Trip Langley
Join shazbazzar and JediShua each week for a look back at the 70s and 80s as they share the fun and fandom of their youth with their friends and families. Topics include TV, film, music, and games of the 70s and 80s as well as franchises which have continued into the 21st Century, like Star Wars and TRON. TechnoRetro Dads are a blend of new and old as stories are passed down from one generation to the next.
The Ready Room is a casual Star Trek discussion show from Trek.fm hosted by C Bryan Jones that covers The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise, and news from all across the Star Trek universe with a mix of humor and serious commentary.
Two brothers break down cinematic sequences in all things art and entertainment. Formerly Reel Brothers.
A new podcast where three comedy horned friends talk about funny things, which really means they're just making fun of people.
An almost daily mini-cast by a Social Studies Teacher in New England.All opinions are my own, although things will reamain positive.
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Tesouros cinematográficos resgatados e por nós indicados!
With the Pitch & Sync Studio as our base camp, we explore all things audio – uncovering the many mysteries of music, music-making and the music biz. We speak to artists, directors, composers, producers, music supervisors, foley artists, managers and mates, even scientists and researchers – anyone with insight into the many ways that music weaves its spell.
Supplementing your high school history class with something slightly sillier
Unique conversation on everyday life topics from Sports, Family, Music to Vita Mix
Podcast by Ben Nelson, Tiffany Sigaran, Hope Bluhm
Because Reasons is a multi-media redemption podcast that reviews your favorite guilty pleasures in movies, books, and more to decide whether or not they're worthless trash.
A look at British Comedy from a Yank's point of view! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anthony-zenhauser/support
University of Nevada, Reno's Campus Comedy Club. Stand-up, Sketch, Satire, Podcasts, and Improv.
Join Matt and Jared as we watch classic movies, especially comedies, and give our opinion, commentary, and all around silliness to some of your favorite films!
Theatre Feuds turns subjective art into objective entertainment. Every week, three industry professionals argue over various theatrical topics, all with one aim - to be crowned the Ultimate Theatre Feuds Champion!
Celluloid Scrutiny is a twice-monthly movie podcast where we examine classic movies through the eye of a modern viewer, except for when we don't.
Two Austin knuckleheads discuss movies from the Criterion Collection, as well as anything else that distracts them.
Award-winning screenwriters, consultants, and historians Alex von Tunzelmann and Hannah Grieg are delving deep into historical films. In each episode they talk to an expert about their loves, their hates, and about whether they have what it takes to be a member of the History Film Club See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, Patrick and Tracy welcome share a special Just Us episode from the Patreon feed, wherein they discuss: Monty Python, Spam, Video Games and Windows theme overlays, Keyboards, dog farts, Star Trek, fanzines, manual typewriters, geek culture, buying habits, Patreon and Kickstarter, custom refrigerators with soft serve, root beer (and other)…
Monty Python produced two deeply researched dramas analysing the reign of the great British Hero King Arthur, and the religious leader, Brian. How accurate are they, and are we still a Python worshiping country? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
DRINKING GAME RULES Take a sip every time: - The Butt Trumpets are shown - "I'm not dead yet" is said - Sir Lancelot kills someone - King Arthur proclaims himself "King of the Britons" - "Run away" is said - The Black Knight loses a limb - The Knights of Ni say "Ni!" Finish your drink when: - The Black Knight loses all his limbs Consider DONATING: …
Actor, musician, and comedian Eric Idle sits down with Bob for his first in-person episode in over a year! Eric Idle is a former member of the British surreal comedy group Monty Python and the parody rock band The Rutles and is also the writer of the music and lyrics for the Broadway musical Spamalot. Idle tells stories from his past productions an…
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Adam Duritz, frontman for the rock band Counting Crows, calls in from the countryside of England to join Bob for his 100th episode! From the first song he ever wrote to his band’s huge success in the ’90s, to writing his latest record ‘Butter Miracle Suite One’, Adam takes Bob through the ups and downs of his music career. Listen to 'Butter Miracle…
In 1979 Gary Larson's Far Side was first published and a new era of comic strips was born. Shua and Jay remember the legendary masterpiece and how it influenced many things after. Plus, news and fun as we Enjoy Stuff. Superman 2 was highly anticipated by audiences, but had a lot of drama behind the scenes. Either way, it’s a movie we still enjoy. J…
Bob introduces Brad to one of his all-time favorite films, Vincente Minnelli's 1944 musical Meet Me in St. Louis. This unconventional MGM musical isn't as big or splashy as An American in Paris or Singin' in the Rain, instead opting to follow the day-to-day life of a family over the course of one year. Judy Garland of course commands every scene sh…
In 1983, John Landis brought us the double fish out of water comedy, Trading Places. Landis’s classic examines the nature vs nurture debate as two Wealthy wall street investors bet to see if a smooth-talking homeless conman can be converted into a successful executive, while an upper-crust executive will turn to crime when everything good in his li…
DRINKING GAME RULESTake a sip every time:- Jeff's drug addiction is seen or talked about- An explosion happens- "TiVo" is said- Someone shoots a gun- Simple Jack is talked about- Anyone mentions Kirk's method acting- People talk with an electronic deviceFinish your drink when:- Tugg watched Star TrekConsider DONATING: https://anchor.fm/movie-drunks…
Bob and Brad get ready for summer with a slate of sparkling whiskey cocktails. They break down the main differences between club soda, seltzer, and tonic water, before mixing Country Smooth Bourbon into three easy-to-make drinks. Meanwhile, they review Siponey ready-to-drink whiskey beverages, a cocktail-in-a-can that can't be beaten. Film & Whiske…
Episode 56 features Curt Riedy from High Dramma and Philly Sketchfest. We review "Taco Man" by The State and “The Continental” by SNL. Sketch Nerds is a comedy podcast about the craft of sketch comedy where we break down your favorite sketches. Listen to the full episode wherever you get your podcasts or visit BadMedicineComedy.com/SketchNerdsHere …
This week, Patrick and Tracy welcome Christopher Swiedler, author of The Orpheus Plot. About The Orpheus Plot: Lucas Adebayo grew up on a small mining ship in the asteroid belt, but wants to join the Navy and become the best pilot in the galaxy. The Navy has never accepted a Belter cadet before, but Lucas’s skills secure him a place on the training…
Stand-up, writer, and Co-anchor of SNL’s Weekend Update, Michael Che talks to Bob about his journey to becoming a comedian and all the people who helped get him there. Michael also answers questions about his show, ‘That Damn Michael Che’, and talks about the challenges that came with having to do SNL from home last year. Join over 1 million people…
In 1981 we knew a man could fly, but we were still excited to get another dose of the Man of Steel. And this time he's battling three nasty Kryptonians. Superman 2 turns 40 this week, so we take a look back as the adventure continues. Superman 2 was highly anticipated by audiences, but had a lot of drama behind the scenes. Either way, it’s a movie …
Bob and Brad discuss Spike Lee's 1992 epic Malcolm X, their first Lee Movie since Do the Right Thing in season 2. Bob is absolutely bringing the hot takes for this one, wondering aloud if this is the Great American Movie that no one talks about. Brad is significantly cooler on the 3.5-hour biopic. Meanwhile, the guys return to the Speyside region o…
In 1982, Walter Hill showed us that being openly racist, drinking and driving, and bus chases were all the fashion with his blockbuster buddy comedy 48 HRS. Veteran actor Nick Nolte plays Jack Cates, a desperate San Francisco detective who signs out a slick-talking prisoner Reggie Hammond (Eddie Murphy in his first role) out of jail for two days to…
Director, writer and producer Justin Lin joins Ian de Borja to talk about his return "The Fast Saga", what he learned about directing action sequences from Rocky III and the movies that changed his life. Hosted by Ian de Borja Find additional content about Movies That Changed My Life at IMDb.com/podcasts. Follow IMDb on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram…
This week, Patrick and Tracy welcome Andy Weir, author of Project Hail Mary. About Project hail Mary: Ryland Grace is the sole survivor on a desperate, last-chance mission—and if he fails, humanity and the earth itself will perish. Except that right now, he doesn’t know that. He can’t even remember his own name, let alone the nature of his assignme…
There's no better time than now to be good to yourself. Jay and Shua discuss what has influenced their views of who they are and how they see the world. Get ready to remove negativity from your life and Enjoy Stuff! It’s time to be proud of who you are! But that’s a lot easier said than done. Don’t worry Earbuds, Jay and Shua are here for you! Toge…
Bob and Brad wrap up their series of 1970s classics with the 1979 war epic Apocalypse Now. Known as much for its troubled production as for the end product, this Francis Ford Coppola film spans a number of genres, from satire to psychedelia, in its attempts to replicate the chaos of Vietnam as a backdrop to the narrative of Joseph Conrad's Heart of…
In 2000, Christopher Nolan released his backward forward thriller, Memento. Memento tells the story of an insurance salesman who is struck on the head when defending his wife from home invaders and develops anterograde amnesia, which prevents him from creating new memories. He then becomes totally engrossed in the hunting of his wife’s killer, usin…