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Best Mischief Media podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Mischief Media podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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In Jump Scare, hosts Shanyce Lora and Will Redden break down a different horror movie every week, with their extensive knowledge of horror history and the mechanics of filmmaking. This podcast loves all horror equally: from Hitchcock thrillers to contemporary folk horror to the classic horror (and the upcoming) reboots. No scary movie is out of Jump Scare's purview. Tune in every Thursday for a new horror movie review.
 
Before he was Benjamin Franklin, inventor and statesman, he was just Ben, a boy in Colonial Boston with an adventurous spirit, a curious mind...and a penchant for getting into trouble. Meet our most endearing founding father at fourteen; a charming rebel years away from discovering the ageless sayings and brilliant inventions that made him famous. When Ben and his friends stumble upon a mysterious letter leading to a legendary treasure, he'll have to use his wits and bravery to outsmart the ...
 
Every house is haunted. In each episode of Family Ghosts, we investigate the true story behind a mysterious figure whose legend has followed a family for generations. Grandmothers who were secretly jewel smugglers, uncles who led double lives, siblings who vanished without a trace, and other ghostly characters who cast shadows over our lives in ways that might not be immediately obvious. We are all formed in part by our familial collections of secrets, intrigues, and myths. By engaging with ...
 
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This week on the PRmoment podcast, we’re taking another change of tack – we’re talking about virtual agencies with Tamara Littleton, CEO and founder of The Social Element. There are plenty of virtual agencies around, but not that many have managed to scale to the size of The Social Element. It’s a 300-people (100 staff, 200 freelancers), £9m virtua…
 
Melissa and Taekia are excited to present the second part of our meet the team special! This week, we introduce you to our directors of talent, operations, and programming. They talk about solving nearly impossible puzzles, how to handle big problems on site, and self care in times of stress. As we said in the intro, we just wrapped one of our Misc…
 
This week: Melissa and WIll finish chapter 2 and delve into all of chapter 3 of The Subtle Knife! (Have you not read these books? Read these books! Because we do spoilers.) After our main discussion, we bring you alethiometer readings (00:52:03), the Extra award (00:55:30), and a couple of songs for the new Subtle Knife mixtape (00:57:24), which is…
 
Instead of a new story, this week we're bringing you a smattering of clips from all of our previous episodes! Share with your friends! Story timecodes are as follows Sharing Glances 1:05-3:31 Her Name was Dana 3:33-06:36 Gravity 06:39-8:23 Sorted 8:26-11:14 Queering Borders 11:15-14:04 Raunch Daddy 14:05-16:24 Designated Driver 16:25-19:28 Prima Do…
 
This week on the PRmoment podcast, I’m interviewing Louise Turner, head of Edelman Intelligence UK & Ireland. Louise talks to us about Edelman’s annual Trust Barometer research for the UK in a global context. [00:02:23] How trust in the institutions that govern our society collapsed during the 2008 financial crash and has never recovered. [00:02:42…
 
Since The Subtle Knife continues with a truly insane amount of plot, Melissa and Will have decided to take their time and split chapter 2 into 2 episodes. We'll be doing quicker plot discussions and then getting into themes. We also have alethiometer readings, the Extra award, and a brand new mixtape for your listening pleasure. Dive into this amaz…
 
This week on the PRmoment podcast, I’m interviewing Rachel Pendered, managing director of Media Zoo. Media Zoo has a fee income of circa £13m and approximately 130 employees. It’s an independent PR firm in London. It was co-founded by Rachel and Mark Killick in 2003. Before she co-founded Media Zoo, Rachel worked for the BBC and Channel 4 as a TV p…
 
We're jumping into The Subtle Knife this week, and we couldn't be happier. The first chapter is jam-packed so we go through the strange new world we're thrown into piece by piece (00:02:39). A LOT happens. Then, we get into the Extra Award (00:43:06) and our alethiometer readings (00:45:42). We can't wait to see where Lyra and Will go from here! Ha…
 
Framed in a conversation on the breakwater, Simon recalls his passionate friendship with Grayson when they first met in high school, and the chances he took and didn't take. CW: use of a slur, alcohol consumption ------------------------------ Today’s story is At the End of the Breakwater by Dustin Buursma Twitter: @DustyBuurd This story is read by…
 
This week on the PRmoment Podcast I’m interviewing Mitch Kaye, co-founder and CEO of The Academy. The Academy has a fee income of approximately £4.3m, it’s an independent PR firm in London. It has 50 employees and was co-founded by Mitch Kaye and Dan Glover in 2014. Mitch previously founded Mischief which he sold to Engine within five years of its …
 
This week on the PRmoment podcast I’m interviewing Greg Jones, managing director of Mischief. Mischief has a fee income of approximately £5m and employs 55 people. It’s part of the Engine Group. Mischief’s sister PR agency within Engine is the corporate shop MHP. Greg’s a rare example in PR of a creative director who has got the top job. He started…
 
This week on the PRmoment podcast, I’m interviewing Gerry Hopkinson, owner and CEO of Unity. Unity is a £2.7m fee income consumer PR consultancy based in London. Clients include the likes of Axa, Vue, Freesat and AEG. Unity’s fee income has grown by 30% in the last 12 months. Gerry is a Canadian who came to the UK aged 24. His early career was spen…
 
This week, we welcome journalist and podcast icon Joanna Robinson onto the podcast! We talk about how she came to the original book series, what she felt out the His Dark Materials tv show, and where we would want to see the show go in the future. Our recap of the whole season of the show is coming soon. Then, in a couple of weeks, we'll start our …
 
Happy 2020! For this special two-parter, we’re inviting you to meet the team at Mischief Management. They tell us about their biggest mistakes at work, and we promise this won’t be a part of their annual reviews. This week you’ll meet the directors of our communications, creative, and content departments; part two comes with our next episode, in tw…
 
Once upon a time, there was a sex toy store that lived in a nondescript strip mall, surrounded by nail salons and amphibian pet stores. However, this is not your average sex toy store. This is a sex toy store that sells both dildos and offers a haven for queer shape shifters. A locale that promotes safe sex and employs the sassy and winged. If you'…
 
Welcome to the second in a new mini-series of PRmoment podcasts where we interview the authors of books relevant to those who work in PR and communications. In the last year or so there have been a number of books launched by people I really respect in PR. Frankly, I don’t have time to read them all so, partly for selfish reasons, I thought I’d int…
 
With the first season of His Dark Materials over, we talk through the good, the bad, and the weird throughout this episode. Since it’s the end of the season, we also go over the best and worst bits of the season as a whole. Let us know your thoughts about the season as a whole! In a few weeks, we’ll start our recaps of The Subtle Knife, so get read…
 
On the PRmoment podcast this week we’ve got one of PR’s nice guys Justin Westcott. He’s currently got two jobs – not only is he chief operating officer of Edelman UK and Ireland, he’s also Edelman’s head of technology, EMEA. Justin started his PR career at Microsoft, before moving to August One and Inferno Communications. He joined Edelman in 2006.…
 
Looking for the latest episode of Extraneous Supernatural? Fear not, it's just one search away! All new episodes, along with our back catalog will be on their own feed titled, Extraneous: Supernatural, while this feed becomes Extraneous: His Dark Materials full-time. We're still sharing social handles and theme music - only the feeds have changed. …
 
Welcome to a very special episode of PotterCast! This week, J.K. Rowling angered and saddened many fans when she came out in support of a woman whose company had not renewed her employment contract because she refused to recognize the legally protected rights of trans people. In coming back from a months-long Twitter hiatus, J.K. Rowling mischaract…
 
We finally get to the fight between Iofur and Iorek, and we're wondering why it was so underwhelming. There are some big revelations in this episode, but the mishandling of some key plot points is worrying. Join us to discuss season 1, episode 7 of His Dark Materials: The Fight to the Death. This episode IS SPOILER SAFE. We will let you know before…
 
Welcome back to the stories of Roll 9 ¾! We’re in the common room of Fifth Addition. Join Dolly-Anne, Amelia, Karl, and their trusty chicken Carrot through their first day at school. Professor Streep comes in to address what happened the night before, and then we go to the Weighing of the Wands, and their wands turn in some unexpected ways. Dolly, …
 
Moving forward with our Found Footage arc, we get into the movie THE LAST BROADCAST (1998, dir. Stefan Avalos and Lance Weiler). We give some context about why this film was technologically revolutionary at the time, and how they could remake this movie for contemporary horror. This episode is sponsored by Shaker & Spoon. Follow Jump Scare on Faceb…
 
This week we’re changing tack again with the second of our mini series of podcasts looking at the use of data, technology and insight in communications. On the show is Petra Masinova, global director, reputation intelligence at Kantar. Petra has worked in senior in-house roles – so she understands what senior communicators want and need from their …
 
The Bolvangar episode has some great moments, but we are finding it really hard to justify some of the choices made when it comes to portraying the relationship to humans with their daemons. Come along with us as we discuss Season 1, Episode 6, of His Dark Materials: "The Daemon-Cages." This episode IS SPOILER SAFE. We will let you know before we g…
 
We’re taking a week to catch up on reading submissions, and casting narrators, and instead we’re answering a bunch of listener questions! Join us, won’t you? ------------------------------ This episode was hosted and edited by Leah Cornish Our music is Realm Daytime by Peritune: http://peritune.com Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com…
 
Shanyce and Will are back with an all-new arc: FOUND FOOTAGE! Things get creepy as they find themselves back in the woods with THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT (1999, dir. Eduardo Sánchez, Daniel Myrick.) This movie has become a legend, but does it really deserve that title? We're going to need a whole lot of beer to get through this horror movie! Follow Ju…
 
Welcome to the first in a new mini-series of PRmoment podcasts were we interview the authors of books relevant to PR and communications people. In the last year or so there have been a number of books launched by people I really respect in PR – frankly, I don’t have time to read them all so, partly for selfish reasons I thought I’d interview them o…
 
WE HAVE SOME CONCERNS. We still love this show but are very concerned at the portrayals of daemon on the show and how it will play out. Episode five of the His Dark Materials series brings us to some real questions about how to best portray this amazing series on screen. Also: We meet Will! This episode IS SPOILER SAFE. We will let you know before …
 
This week on the PRmoment podcast, we’re taking another change of tack – we’re talking about the pitching process and on the show we’ve got a PR buyer and a PR seller. On the buy side we’ve got Lenovo’s executive director, global corporate communications Charlotte West and on the sell side we’ve got 3 Monkey Zeno’s business development director Reb…
 
Lee. Hester. Iorek. Trollesund. Dudley Dursley! And a very Unfancy Nongoose of Limited Information. It's a very big episode! This episode IS SPOILER SAFE. We will let you know before we go into spoilers so you can turn it off. If you are only watching the series, you're fine to listen. In this show: we go over every detail of the episode with our D…
 
Kaizo is an independent PR firm specialising in two areas – B2B technology PR and health and wellness. It has a fee income of about £3m and employs 30 people. Steph and Rhodri Harries bought the business in 2011 and it’s an interesting story because fairly swiftly after that they lost three of their biggest clients. The firm is now thriving again a…
 
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