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Comedian Michael Ian Black is tackling a great work of literature. Actually, Tackling might be too strong a word. More like “light caressing” plus a lot of complaining. First he read the Thomas Hardy classic, Jude the Obscure.He had help from Jen Kirkman, Mike Birbiglia, Michael Showalter, and even his teenage daughter. Now he's back with a new book to read out loud and comment as he goes. Support this show and access bonus content: https://www.patreon.com/michaelianblack
 
That Anime Show creator Terri Doty is back with Obscure Chatter! It’s a show made with the movie-lover within all of us in mind! She’s minimizing the inevitable groans associated with personal film bias. In the style of normal audio commentary tracks, Terri edits out mentions of key factors while talking about a plethora of topics during a film’s run time. You don’t want to miss out!
 
Fringewatching is the comedy podcast where we watch the most obscure, bizarre, and unknown movies and shows on streaming then report back to you what we've seen. Featuring two friends who met at a LGBT singles mixer and are still single themselves a decade later, Fringewatching is your source for the streaming shows that NO ONE is talking about!
 
Revisionist History is Malcolm Gladwell's journey through the overlooked and the misunderstood. Every episode re-examines something from the past—an event, a person, an idea, even a song—and asks whether we got it right the first time. From Pushkin Industries. Because sometimes the past deserves a second chance. iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
 
If you are looking to learn both hat related trivia, and non-hat related trivia, the search algorithm has brought you to the correct place. Each week, starting with our "Hat-Fact of the Week", we discuss four (very) different topics we found interesting and hope you will as well, before cap-ing off with a pun.Our hosts, Chris - connoisseur of occult mythologies, and David - proud owner of over of over 170 hats, are brim-ing with excitement to share what they find interesting, and we hope you ...
 
Jude the Obscure is the last of Thomas Hardy's novels, begun as a magazine serial and first published in book form in 1895. Its hero Jude Fawley is a lower-class young man who dreams of becoming a scholar. The two other main characters are his earthy wife, Arabella, and his intellectual cousin, Sue. Themes include class, scholarship, religion, marriage, and the modernization of thought and society. (from Wikipedia)
 
My name is Ben. Join me as I tell dark, strange, unusual tales from the web. I am situated in a little town called Red Falls, Massachusetts. Aside from the tales I tell, I too am in the middle of something strange myself. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/obscureterminus/support
 
A show dedicated to watching, reviewing, and bickering over the entertainment of yesteryear. Whether they're the classics that defined the era, blockbuster failures that fell off the face of the Earth, or features that never made a name for themselves, it's all fair game! Hosted by video editor/content creator Nicholas Abouhamad and joined by his childhood best friend Michael Capurso, as well as another long time friend and collaborator Raekwon Davis. Send your episode recommendations to @th ...
 
Somewhere in the Skies is a weekly podcast covering UFOs, culture, and the extraordinary world we live in. Hosted by author and television host, Ryan Sprague, the podcast covers past and present UFO news, audio docs, and special guest interviews. Join Ryan and his guests as they try to make sense of the mysteries that lay somewhere in the skies. New episodes every Monday. Learn more at www.somewhereintheskies.com Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/somewhere-in-the-skies.
 
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Cliff rejoins the podcast to discuss his work on Liber Loagaeth, the 49 day Gebofal initiation ceremony, and experiences working with Enochian Magick. Check out Cliff's blog - http://enochian.today Check out the manuscripts Cliff mentioned - https://phergoph.wordpress.com/john-dee-enochian-archival-material/ Check out my new E-book on Meditation ht…
 
Alright ya’ll, we are back and in FULL EFFECT with the Wampus Cat on this episode. We talk about the boxing and MMA events of the last couple of weeks, disrespect a guy named Benjamin, and kiss each other six times of the nape of the neck. You guys are going to absolutely love it. Be sure to check out one of our live shows at Twitch.tv/theobscurecu…
 
What is your tolerance level for communication that is not presented in the most accessible way possible? In Episode #202 of 'Musings' Juan and I discuss: Juan's recent humbling experience of seeing people who are the best in the world at what they do, what I want to change after my silent retreat, not wanting to speak in platitudes but sometimes n…
 
Hugh parses—and asks for help interpreting—three articles printed 150 years ago yesterday: The Chicago Tribune's account of Gerrit Smith's hot take on Victoria Woodhull The Philadelphia Evening Telegraph throwing shade at the Democracy for its hypocrisy over Jeff. Davis The Chicago Tribune's snark at Horace Greeley throwing his hat in the ring for …
 
Our May episode is another one where Terri watches television rather than a movie. We’re still censoring titles, character names, etc so you can just focus on the rambling woman. And OH, NO… Someone gave Terri beer. Here are some things Terri covers while watching [CENSORED]: 100% Vaccinated AC Debacle Terri can’t think of the word “transaction.” K…
 
Lucas Cullen started programming from a very young age, liking the idea of being able to make games or tools that others would then use, or to use himself to automate processes. From his early days, this idea of pure logic inspired him and helped him see things early on when most didn't. I was lucky to connect with Lucas to talk all things Crypto, …
 
Join us fir another round of 4 random facts. We first discuss hats on Easter Island and a guest makes an appearance, then Chris talks about a monument known as Scotland's Disgrace. We take a hard shift to discuss graphene and who has the weirdest thing on their desk. Finally in sticking with science, the reason why cellophane was invented. Enjoy…
 
On episode 218 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we return to UFOs in 2021 with Youtuber, UFO researcher, and member of The Debrief, Cristina Gomez. Gomez walks us through how she first became interested in the unexplained and her exciting and creative ways of bringing these topics to a whole new generation. She also shares several underwater UFO cases wi…
 
Our Heroes have a heavy conversation about what might happen to the friendly Sparked if the Storm god is destroyed. Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/you_dont_meet_in_an_inn You Don't Meet In An Inn: https://youdontmeetinaninn.libsyn.com/ Austin & Christine: https://twitter.com/notaninn Sasha: https://twitter.com/sasha_reneau Hadrian: https://twi…
 
What topic do you feel that you are most qualified or comfortable to talk about? In Episode #204 of 'Musings' Juan and I discuss: my new Barry White voice, how and where we gain our information and wisdom on a day to day basis, a hypothetical of appearing on a panel with world experts on a certain topic, hobbies that will appear on the Mere Mortal …
 
Phil Spector had a stable of artists who were able to deliver what he wanted for his productions and the sound was incredible! Enjoy his big sound with Darlene Love along with great tunes from Dion and Belmonts, Randy and the Rainbows and Timi Yuro on this flashback sound show! Click to listen to free podcast or to download for later.…
 
Howdy, partner! Giddy up and get ready for Western week. In today's episode we explore two little-known Western films: The Devil's Deal and The Dead and the Damned. Note; This podcast contains adult language and discussion of R-rated material. Have some thoughts? Want to just say hello? Give us a ring and leave a voicemail for us at (424) 281-7031.…
 
What would be the best strategy to win a gameshow comprised solely of other gameshows? In Episode #203 of 'Meanderings' Juan and I discuss: Juan's cool new lensless glasses, another Juan story of terrible customer service (the bank version!), a difficult hypothetical for Juan, macro vs micro and when it might be important to be aware of the micro, …
 
Yes, the great Huelyn Duvall sings one of his hits on this one, but it's really all about teen queens, wild angels, and sophisticated sissies who populated the teenage landscape. Dion chases a runaway girl, and Connie Francis tells us about her robot man while the Stones take us on a trip down Route 66. Ready for the trip?…
 
Join us this week as Chris guesses David's hat fact before he can ask it which leads us to realizing Chris doesn't pay attention to the important things in all the WWII documentaries he watches. Then Chris talks about how affordable it actually is to rent out Liechtenstein (along with your 899 closest friends)! To start off part 2, David talks abou…
 
This episode is all about voting in the federal capital we now call the District of Columbia. We talk about a movement to get voting rights that succeeded for a group of (then) D.C. residents 180 years ago, And about the petitions, committees, tea parties, bus trips and statements by Presidents over the years, and the reactions of Congress to them.…
 
On episode 217 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, Ryan is in the hot seat as he answers your burning questions in this inaugural volume of Ask Me Anything. From UFOs and the paranormal to living in New York City and his life and career on the stage and screen. The walls are down as Ryan shares some of his fondest memories, trials, and tribulations. The tab…
 
Were all composers white men with powdered wigs? The shocking truth is no, of course they weren't. Iszi speaks to Elizabeth de Brito of The Daffodil Perspective about the most famous of the non-male and non - white composers, Florence Price. Who I guess is still Z List unless you are very much into your classical music, and only old white men with …
 
Another two hour extravaganza with two guest presenters helping out. Great retro record hop music starting with Philly Cuzz's fantastic rendition of "It's a Beautiful Morning" . Then plenty of vintage instrumentals, hits and misses to keep the floor filled! Click to download OR you can listen right on the Podomatic site with built in player. Fun, a…
 
ROAR! It's animal week. Today we tackle animal-related movies and shows, namely the early 70's TV show Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp and the 1990 horror film Shakma. Have some thoughts? Want to just say hello? Give us a ring and leave a voicemail for us at (424) 281-7031. Note: This podcast contains adult language and discussion of R-rated material. …
 
Would you rather run or meditate for half a day? What about daily for a month or a whole year? In Episode #201 of 'Meanderings' Juan and I discuss: why junk food is trash and now that we are old it just sucks, I finally (FINALLY!!!) completed a marathon and why it sucked balls, a fun little game to see what time I ran, a hypothetical about running/…
 
Would you ever want to try a silent retreat and meditate all day? In a celebratory (but quietly so) Episode #200 on 'Solitude' Juan and I discuss: my recent experience of going on a self-organised silent retreat, how I prepared for being alone and what rules I would implement, immense suffering and pain from strong determination sittings, some intr…
 
Presenting a sneak peek of Pushkin’s newest show, Be Antiracist with Ibram X. Kendi. On Be Antiracist, Dr. Kendi discusses policies and practices that sustain injustice in our society, and how we can dismantle racism to build a just, equitable world. To kick off the season, Malcolm called up Dr. Kendi for a conversation on racism, bridging divides,…
 
Do you set yourself monthly goals and if so, how many do you set? Juan and I on the first week of every month go over our progress from the previous month and where we are heading for the next. Emphasis as always is on the shortcomings; what we didn't achieve in the previous month's goals and how we will fix that for the month that comes. We hope y…
 
Tristan is an old friend, a freemason, and a UK graduate. He was kind enough to join me for a catch up and to answer some questions regarding his experience with freemasonry. We also discuss music, some old times in the local music scene, and marching band experiences- as well as philosophy, morality, and the like. Excellent episode in my opinion, …
 
On episode 216 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we are transported once again in to the eyes, hearts, and minds of those who have experienced those mysteries that lay somewhere in the skies. From black triangles flying slowly and silently over the skies of the U.S. and Europe, to a mass UFO sighting by an entire group of teenagers in a juvenile detention…
 
Join us for another new episode. This week, we start off with the largest exporters of hats in the world followed by the name that Uranus was known as for 70 years after it was discovered. David then talks about a nice library initiative where you can get rid of late fees, and finally a fact about chainsaws that has David asking why and is definite…
 
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