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Jon Madray is a local New York City DJ who goes by the stage name JonOne. He is Guyanase-American, and his music plays heavily into Caribbean elements and his Indian heritage. As a DJ, Madray has performed at venues around the country and is also an actor, appearing in TV shows like No Passport Required and the film Creed II. A fusion of both dance and Caribbean elements in his tracks has brought something totally new to the table. Through 11 years of creating remixes, mixtapes, and now his ...
 
“College Life in Madison” is a podcast that focuses on college life, produced by H.A.N.K. Houston, Alejandra, Nicole, and Kendall (H.A.N.K.) are a group of high school students taking part in CAP, a three-week pre-college summer program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. This group of students took part in a “College Podcasting 101” evening workshop taught by Antia G. Ben, and this is their end product.
 
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Our pop-culture recommendation show has got itself a new title and artwork. Don't worry though, it's still the same format as Craig Fowler, Duncan McKay and Craig Anderson bring their recommendations, state some things they don't like before getting into the late 2021 Netflix release Don't Look Up. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
Victor's family are on their way up on a train from London to see him... or are they? In our second podcast, Craig Fowler and Bethany Tennick talk through a rather sombre episode of Scotland's favourite sitcom. The pair are also joined by series director Michael Hines to get his insight from working on the show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy an…
 
In our first proper episode of our Still Game rewatch podcast, Bethany Tennick and Craig Fowler look back on the episode which started it all: the pilot. They talk with Comedy Unit's Rab Christie about the process in helping to develop the show for TV from the Jack and Victor Chewin' the Fat characters. They also give their own opinions on the epis…
 
A grieving widow and mother becomes obsessed with a man recently released from prison. What is their connection? Is it about revenge or is there something else driving her actions? This Andrea Arnold film is a masterclass in tension and intrigue and features an incredible debut performance from Kate Dickie. Panel: Craig Fowler, Duncan McKay, Bethan…
 
We've all seen the dreadful accent in the trailer, we've all heard about how the castle isn't actually a castle, but is Netflix's new Christmas movie set in Scotland actually any good? Duncan McKay, Anna Fischer and Christmas-movie fanatic Jenny Scott answer that question. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Duncan McKay and Daniel McIver delve into this famous pay-per-view from early in this century, featuring Kurt Angle applying the ankle lock, the unusual pairing of Booker T and Goldust, the WWE Championship on the line between The Rock and Brock Lesnar, and Triple H facing off against old friend Shawn Michaels in a street fight. See acast.com/priva…
 
Welcome to our new podcast series covering the brilliance of Scotland's favourite sitcom! Craig Fowler and Bethany Tennick will rewatch and discuss each episode of Still Game while welcoming on a special guest. In this introductory show, the two express their mutual love of the programme and what to expect from this podcast as it motors ahead. See …
 
It's the final episode in this podcast reviewing each and every series of Peep Show. To bring down the curtain, our panel chat through the final storylines, including Mark taking cocaine and trying to hook up with an old flame, Jez has an affair with each member of a couple, and, ultimately, everyone leaves the El Dude brothers. Panel: Tony Anderso…
 
A film which centres around a character so consistently offensive that we might get cancelled just for talking about him. Nevertheless, unless you count T2 as being an adaptation of Porno (it isn't), this is still the best film to be inspired from the work of Irvine Welsh outside of Trainspotting. Panel: Craig Fowler, Chris Finn, Andy Harrow See ac…
 
The untimely demise of Gerrard, Jez's awful attempts to be a life-coach and desperate living situation, Mark trying his hardest to hang on to Dobby, it's all here in the penultimate series of Peep Show. Panel: Craig Telfer, Andy Harrow, Chris Finn See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In the antepenultimate series of the classic British TV sitcom, Jez hopes a man in a coma dies so he can date his girlfriend, Sophie gives birth to baby Ian, Hans throws a party too wild even for him, and we learn so much about what makes Mark... well, Mark, as his horror of a father is introduced. Panel: Tony Anderson, Lee Forrest, Gordon Sheach S…
 
We didn't say we were just going to do good films on this feed, did we? In 1998, filmmakers wanted to seize on the popularity of Irvine Welsh after the success of Trainspotting (1996). What we got was a three-part, slightly interlocking anthology that could, at best, be described as a cult hit. Panel: Chris Finn, Craig Telfer, Shaughan McGuigan See…
 
We're back with the latest round of recommendations to help you all pass the time and make life slightly less unbearable. Then it's time to moan about some rubbish stuff before finishing off with a review of a little known Irish flick called Once (2007). Panel: Craig Fowler, Chris Finn, Bethany Tennick Recommendations: Yung's album; mndiaye_97's Ti…
 
It's time for series six, which means the fall of JLB Credit, Jez again coming awfy close to a serious relationship before it typically goes sideways, and Mark trying and failing to woo Dobby while fretting about fatherhood. Panel: Chris Finn, Robert Borthwick, Gordon Sheach See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
With Halloween just around the corner, why not gee yourself up for the festivities with a look back at one of the most fun horror films to ever exist which is also (technically? maybe?) Scottish. It's Sean Pertwee. It's Kevin McKidd. It's a family of big, fuck-off werewolves. It's Dog Soldiers! Panel: Craig Fowler, Thom Watt, Lee Forrest See acast.…
 
On the latest episode we explore a series in which it's best to pretend to be watching Heat (1995), Mark's future is forever changed by a dodgy condom, Jez joins a cult and, last but certainly not least, the first appearance of Dobby. Panel: Tony Anderson, Graeme Thewliss and Craig Telfer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Craig Fowler is joined by Craig G Telfer and Thom Watt as the trio share what's been entertaining them of late, including a familiar-sounding album and Netflix's latest monster show. There's then a complaint about some of the guff out there, including a Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis collaboration, before the guys finish on a lighter note by gushin…
 
This series is mainly built around Mark's reluctance to get married to Sophie, while Jez loses Big Suze, once again pines after Nancy and eats a family dog. There's also first appearances of Sophie's Dad and Gerrard, as well as The Orgazoid. Panel: Craig Telfer, Chris Finn, Robert Borthwick See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
It's the first appearance of Big Suze, Mark getting engaged out of embarrassment, Jez committing so many contempt of court charges, Super Hans going cold turkey and Johnson's immortal "is that normal pooing you're doing?" Panel: Andy Harrow, Craig Telfer, Graeme Thewliss See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The team jump into series two of Peep Show and all the unforgettable highlights, including the genius of Rainbow Rhythms, Mark's new friend being a racist, the last appearances of Toni and Tony, and Jez's rollercoaster relationship with Nancy. Panel: Graeme Thewliss, Robert Borthwick, Chris Finn See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa…
 
The second episode of the Scottish Rewatchables takes does a deep dive on Disney animation set in a historic Scottish world full of all the usual: ginger hair, kilts and men who can fight bears with their bare hands! Is it actually a Scottish film? It's got Billy Connolly in it, so it must be! Panel: Craig Anderson, Craig Fowler and Thom Watt. See …
 
Andy Harrow and Duncan McKay join Craig G Telfer for a pop-culture round-up and discuss their favourite things from the past few weeks. There's music, television and a timely review of Zero Dark Thirty, the movie that details how the CIA caught and compromised to a permanent end Osama Bin Laden. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa…
 
Tony Anderson leads the first episode of this series celebrating the British TV sitcom favourite Peep Show. He's joined by Craig Telfer and Andy Harrow as the three share their memories of how they fell in love with the show before delving into what makes series one a terrific introduction. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The first ever episode of the Scottish Rewatchables takes a look back at arguably the most famous "Scottish" movie of all time, which is directed by and starring a mad Australian. This will be the first in a series looking to rewatch and discuss the most beloved and well-known movies either produced or set in this great country. Panel: Tony Anderso…
 
A brand new pop-culture podcast network from the people behind the show which inspired BBC Scotland's critically acclaimed A View From The Terrace. Our array of presenters and guests will cover movies, TV shows, the best in quality music, wrestling and more, all with an irreverent Scottish slant. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inform…
 
In this very special On the Terrace, Night Terrace and Neighbours star Jackie Woodburne joins host Vaya Pashos and Night Terrace co-star Ben McKenzie to talk about being Anastasia Black and Susan Kennedy, audio as a medium and how good the food was during recording. (No, seriously.) Plus a few snippets also from co-star Petra Elliott, reporting fro…
 
It’s the end – for now! – but the moment has Vaya Pashos and Night Terrace co-producer Ben McKenzie talking about the series two finale, “Home Again” by John Richards. You’ll also hear a little from co-stars Petra Elliott and Jackie Woodburne! After the explosion at the end of last episode, Anastasia awakes in a perfect neighbourhood full of old fr…
 
Host Vaya Pashos and Night Terrace co-producer Ben McKenzie talk us through episode seven, “The Retirement of Horatio Gray”, written by Lee Zachariah, with a little help from “off the Terrace” correspondents David Ashton, Petra Elliot and guest star Andrew Hansen! Eddie has escaped the Gauls, but the terrace house he’s entered isn’t quite the one h…
 
Host Vaya Pashos and Night Terrace co-producer Ben McKenzie are back to talk about episode six, “The Edification of Anastasia Black”, written by Lee Zachariah and starring Jackie Woodburne, Petra Elliott, Emily Taheny, Celia Pacquola and Laura Hughes…but not Ben McKenzie! Anastasia and Sue have escaped the Gauls, but they can’t take off yet – Eddie…
 
Vaya Pashos and Night Terrace co-star and writer Ben McKenzie talk about his episode “Ancient History”! After disobeying Anastasia’s orders one too many times, Eddie is in the doghouse – or at least, the pantry – while Anastasia and Sue try to enjoy the peace and quiet of the woods where they’ve landed. But Eddie soon gets them caught up in iron ag…
 
Host Vaya Pashos and Night Terrace producer and co-star Ben McKenzie discuss “Things That Go Bump in the Night Terrace” by David Ashton – who joins in as a special “off the Terrace” correspondent! The house refuses to land, stuck in the void outside space and time, leaving the housemates stranded without water, power, or excuses to get away from Ed…
 
Host Vaya Pashos is once again joined by Night Terrace producer and co-star Ben McKenzie as they delve into the labyrinthine schemes of episode three, “A Verb of Nouns” by John Richards. The house appears in a seemingly green and pleasant land – but almost immediate Eddie is kidnapped! Looking for help, Anastasia and Sue discover a web of infuriati…
 
In this episode of On the Terrace, host Vaya Pashos discusses series two episode “Full Steam” with writer and Night Terrace co-star and producer Ben McKenzie. Night Terrace lands in the cargo hold of a steam ship…in space! What’s more, the crew have death rays and a clockwork- and steam-powered robot as a first officer – all of which should be impo…
 
On the Terrace is back! Join host Vaya Pashos and writer, star and producer of Night Terrace, Ben McKenzie, as we kick off with a chat about the series two opener, “Sense & Susceptibility”! Anastasia Black is still travelling through time and space in her house “Night Terrace”, accompanied by hapless idiot Eddie Jones and new housemate Sue, who onc…
 
We’ve reached the end of series one of Night Terrace! In this last episode for season one of On the Terrace, host Vaya Pashos talks to John Richards (head writer, producer), Ben McKenzie (producer, Eddie Jones) and David Ashton (audio designer) about the epic conclusion to the first series: “Home”. When we last left our heroes, they’d crashed their…
 
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