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Best Lunar Light Studio podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Lunar Light Studio podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Deck of Friendship! is a podcast about anime that are based on real-life games. We cover shows like Yu-Gi-Oh!, Bakugan, Card Fight, Digimon, and more! Hosted by Marble (@marblecantus on twitter), Ray (@eleray13 on twitter), and Mars (@cozygothmars on twitter). Updates every Wednesday on lunarlightstudio.com! Follow us @friendshipdeck on twitter!
 
ARTGHOST is a weekly music recommendation game show where your hosts Miles Lazarus (he/him, @rabdoidal) and Mars Garbayo (they/them, @cozygothmars) challenge each other to find songs based on arbitrary themes and to spin the WHEEL OF DISCORD to talk about a random song from every one they've ever saved! They can be found on twitter @artghostpod.
 
Comradical is a comedic educational podcast that takes a close look at different areas of your life and breaks them down from a leftist perspective to help teach you about socialism and why Liberalism and Capitalism are probably not in your best interest. Let's get radical together, Comradical.
 
SnubDub is a long form improv comedy podcast that uses group storytelling as a means of delving into different aspects of modern human identity. Through absurd comedy, wild adventures, and heartfelt moments, these friends uncover truths about themselves they didn't previously know and learn about one another.
 
(Story Bored contains strong language and occasional dirty humor! So make sure you're cool with that!) Do you miss the good old days? Saturday mornings spent chilling on a couch, eating a whole box of cereal, and watching some cartoons with your buds? Now you can relive the glory days while all by your lonely self. Introducing Story Bored! Join Nick, Laura, and Gavin, three self-proclaimed masters of the impenetrable, arcane knowledge of animation, and listen as we make stupid jokes about yo ...
 
D&D 101 is a Dungeons and Dragons 5e actual play podcast in which the DM, Blue, flexes her skills by hosting a game for 4 newbie D&D players. None of these nerds have ever rolled for initiative, but hopefully that won't last for long!
 
"Into every generation, there is a chosen one. One girl in all the world. She alone will wield the strength and skill to stand against the vampires, the demons, and the forces of darkness..." except in our case, there's two girls! And they will use the strength of their voices and the sharpness of their wit to discuss the themes and ideas of the classic TV show, Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
 
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Episode Notes Andy and Ronnie sit down with Paladin Jim from Season 1 of ABC's The Quest. We chat about Jim literally predicting the Disney Plus acquisition, his hopes for the young paladins of the future, and what it was like to see a bare naked Castle Sanctum. For all the hot goss about Season 2 of the Quest, follow Jim on twitter @JimTheLibraria…
 
Find us on Twitch.com.tv.gov.net.png...merrychristmas! We clap did clap the timewarp clap forthefirsttime clap! Look, after the whole taquito thing we all knew this show had a time limit. Thank you to www.lunarlightstudio.com for hosting us. Take a gander at their Patreon, www.patreon.com/LunarLightHQ if the Heart of the Cards moves you! Twitter : …
 
At the exhibition "Speechless: Different by Design," touching pieces of art is actually encouraged. As Jeffrey Brown reports, the Dallas Museum of Art show -- created as a collaboration between designers and brain researchers -- explores how people interact with their surroundings and how they communicate with each other.…
 
Journalist and historian Craig Fehrman has written a book called "Author in Chief: The Untold Story of Our Presidents and the Books They Wrote." He sits down with John Yang to discuss the long history of presidential writing, the strategy of publishing a book before an important political campaign and behind-the-scenes glimpses at presidents' perso…
 
Comedians Steve Martin and Martin Short first connected in the 1980s while filming "The Three Amigos" and have remained close friends ever since. For the NewsHour's "That Moment When," Martin and Short join Steve Goldbloom to discuss the moment they met, how they prioritized their relationship and managed to avoid competing with each other and whic…
 
It has been 55 years since civil-rights activist, James Baldwin, and founder of the conservative National Review, William F. Buckley, Jr., met for a debate on race in America. That discussion and the lives of the two cultural giants are subjects of a new book, "The Fire is Upon Us." Zachary Green spoke with author and political scientist Nicholas B…
 
North Macedonia's government has in recent years erected hundreds of statues and monuments in the capital city of Skopje. But while the project, called Skopje 2014, was meant to give the city a facelift and boost national pride and tourism, it has also stirred up controversy. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Christopher Livesay reports.…
 
It's being called the "Sheku effect" -- the rise of young people in the United Kingdom signing up for classical music lessons to play the cello. Sheku Kannah-Mason is a 20-year-old acclaimed musician who performed at the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in 2018 -- and has been making a major impact inspiring others to play. Jeffrey B…
 
The Washington Post's Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig published a book about the Trump presidency earlier this year. "A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump's Testing of America" goes beyond the headlines to expose President Trump's chaotic first years in office. Philip Rucker sits down with Judy Woodruff to discuss why some administration officials…
 
Poet Tongo Eisen-Martin was born and raised in San Francisco, a city whose rapid gentrification he critiques in his work. Through his writing, Eisen-Martin seeks to "facilitate resistance" to a culture that he believes perpetuates domination of those who are already oppressed. The winner of a California Book Award shares his Brief But Spectacular t…
 
"A Long Petal of the Sea," a new historical novel by renowned writer Isabel Allende, draws upon events spanning from the Spanish civil war to the 1973 coup in her native Chile -- and with resonance for the experience of refugees today. Allende sits down with Jeffrey Brown to discuss how she drew on facts to tell her story, and why her last three bo…
 
A New Quest Begins! Did ya hear the news?! Did ya?! The fantasy reality challenge show "The Quest" has been announced for a second season! Which means it's not a one season show anymore! Which really flubs up our whole premise! What are we gonna do now? Lean into it! This week we hear from Paladin Patrick who came in 4th place on Season 1 of The Qu…
 
Questions of diversity and inclusion among nominees still lingered at the Oscars on Sunday night -- but still, the Academy's choice for the best picture of the year, "Parasite," was a big deal. Justin Chang of the Los Angeles Times joins Amna Nawaz to discuss the significance of that pick, the first non-English language film to receive the honor, f…
 
What will the future look like? That's the big question posed by a new exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Eighty designers from around the world have put their imaginations to work, leveraging both anxiety and excitement over the possibilities offered by innovation and new technology. Jeffrey Brown reports.…
 
A recent onslaught of violence in Syria's Idlib province, the last holdout of Syrians opposed to the regime of Bashar al-Assad, has prompted condemnation from the U.S. Hundreds of thousands have been driven from their homes. The offensive comes as two films about the Syrian war are nominated for best documentary in Sunday's Academy Awards. Nick Sch…
 
Paul Rucker is an artist who uses his work to shed light on the truth, creating pieces that explore mass incarceration, police brutality and the continuing legacy of slavery in the United States. His career path was highly influenced by the 1992 Los Angeles riots. Rucker shares his Brief But Spectacular take on power, repeating history and the norm…
 
Episode Notes We bid a very sad farewell to the beautiful and wonderful Tuca & Bertie. These last two episodes were a real emotional gut punch, yet still so funny at the same time! How do they do this?! We discuss the unique animation styles, the prospect of an Ending Pending Wrestling podcast, and some terrific (?) new Endy Pendy characters! Check…
 
The trial of Harvey Weinstein, the former movie mogul accused of rape and sexual assault, has been emotionally charged and tense. So far, five women have testified that Weinstein abused them. The fifth, Jessica Mann, has been at the center of a grueling cross-examination Monday and Tuesday -- and she is a key witness in the case. Amna Nawaz reports…
 
The work of women artists makes up only 3 to 5 percent of major museums' permanent collections in the U.S. and Europe. Many of these artists struggle financially -- but Susan Unterberg is trying to change that. For decades, the artist has supported her female peers as an anonymous benefactor. Jeffrey Brown sits down with Unterberg to discuss why sh…
 
Somehow this podcast continues to become more unhinged with time. Specifically a week taken between the two halves of the podcasts. Goofy's 4th Mouth and the Witches Ghost (had to get it out somewhere). Thank you to www.lunarlightstudio.com for hosting us. Take a gander at their Patreon, www.patreon.com/LunarLightHQ if the Heart of the Cards moves …
 
Malcolm Gladwell is an acclaimed journalist, author and host of the podcast "Revisionist History." In his latest book, "Talking to Strangers," he explores how humans tend to misjudge each other during their first encounters, often perceiving conflict and danger where none exist. Gladwell shares his Brief But Spectacular take on intimacy, judgment a…
 
Some people leave an indelible mark on the world, and our friend Gwen Ifill is one of them. The NewsHour legend was honored Thursday with a Black Heritage Forever stamp celebrating her professional achievements and contributions to African American communities. The ceremony took place at her church in Washington, D.C., and was attended by her famil…
 
"The Irishman" was one of the most critically acclaimed films of 2019, receiving 10 Academy Award nominations. An epic of American organized crime and political life in the 20th century, it was directed by Martin Scorsese and stars Robert De Niro, who helped point Scorsese to the book that inspired it. Jeffrey Brown sat down with De Niro in New Yor…
 
American students today are more comfortable than ever celebrating their identities in terms of race, class, sexual orientation or gender. But stereotypes continue nonetheless. NewsHour's Student Reporting Labs' new "No Labels Attached" series has asked high-schoolers across the country to share their thoughts on how preconceived notions affect the…
 
Philadelphia's Sigma Sound Studios recorded more than 200 gold and platinum records before closing its doors in 2003, eventually donating 7,000 tapes to Drexel University, including recordings by Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Gladys Knight and hundreds of other unknown artists. Christoper Booker reports on the search for hidden gems in one of the cit…
 
For some, 40-year-old vocalist Shemekia Copeland might seem out of step with a generation more in tune with hip-hop than the blues. But since her first Grammy nomination at the age of 21, Copeland has been working to push the blues into the 21st century while still respecting its traditions. Tom Casciato recently spoke with Copeland about her past,…
 
People around the world on Saturday celebrated the start of the Chinese Lunar New Year, marking the first day of the Year of the Rat, with many celebrations including the traditional "lion dance" to usher in good luck and fortune. In New York City, one young dancer shows how that age-old tradition is being reinvented.…
 
Chase crashes a boat while Albert insists that everyone dress up as clowns. Tetsuya Nomura has been pulling the strings on this podcast for years. This description was written by Jumbalydia, the greatest impressionist alive! Thank you to www.lunarlightstudio.com for hosting us. Take a gander at their Patreon, www.patreon.com/LunarLightHQ if the Hea…
 
The Polaroid camera bypassed the entire process of film development, thus providing photographers an immediate look at their work. Released for sale in 1948, the first version was an "instant" hit. Now, the museum at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is showcasing the intersection of technology and art. Special correspondent Jared Bowen of …
 
Welcome to Banana Island! Banana Island! We are two goths and a jock, Fighting Foodons is two jocks one goth three nerds and a dweeb. The adults in this show are having a "most irresponsible" contest. Music credit to The Jackbox Party Pack 5 soundtrack. The music we used was specifically by Brian Chard. It's a good game folks. Thank you to www.luna…
 
Episode Notes Free the sex bugs! We continue our flight through the wacky world of Tuca & Bertie, and GUESS WHAT? This super silly show got R-E-A-L REAL! We discuss the fun moments that have continue through, as well as the revolutionary moments for animated comedies and TV shows in general. Plus lots of John Wick content...so that's always good. L…
 
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