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For the past 18 years photojournalist Tish Lampert has documented the ongoing, political and human rights issues that have compelled Americans to stand up and speak out. Her lens has captured the leading critical social uprisings of our era. In an effort to inspire moral consciousness and give voice to today's heroes on the front-lines the America Speaks Podcast is born.
 
Monty Ashley and Rhias Hall watch a lot of movies, and they like to talk about them. This year, they’re focusing on postapocalyptic movies, so strap on your shoulder pads, spike your hair, and get ready to survive in a world ruined by nuclear war, plague, mutants, or who knows what else. Every episode will focus on a different postapocalyptic movie, until they’ve done a year of it.
 
Steven Schapansky (Radio Free Skaro, The Memory Cheats) and Erika Ensign (Verity!, The Incomparable, Total Party Kill, The Audio Guide to Babylon 5) are married Doctor Who fans (who also co-produce a fiction podcast for Uncanny Magazine). This is a podcast where they watch every Doctor Who story ever made, from start to finish. Each episode is recorded live on a red couch. No, they have no “schedule”. They’re lazy. Want proof? Check out this fab listener-created spreadsheet of episode releas ...
 
A podcast that’s looking for love in all the right places. Join the Agents of SMOOCH as we delve into the romance of sweeping epics and classic romcoms. Our mission is to investigate the important questions: Should they or shouldn’t they? Is there such a thing as One True Love? Did that smooch have any chemistry? We might not have all the answers, but we know you had us at “Hello.”
 
We are a faith based body of believers committed to our Lord and savior Jesus Christ and the mission of spreading the good news of the gospel through empowered preaching, teaching, and every resource available for impacting and changing the home, church, community, and world as mandated in scripture. (Mathew 28:19-20)
 
Radio without the listeners! This is the original TV Talk Machine, 167 episodes from the San Francisco Chronicle, 7 reunion episodes, and a few from Tim's first Hollywood Reporter version. Here's what we know for sure: The TV Talk Machine podcast lives on another planet. The people who go there are pioneers. They are resilient against boredom and stupidity. They are savants. Because their minds are like high-functioning machines that seek out low culture but can not be damaged by the experie ...
 
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This week on A Complicated Profession, we’re doing an easy job taking out an Imperial base. Easy! What could go wrong? Host Dan Moren is joined by Antony Johnston to discuss threading the needle of deep fandom and telling a great, accessible story; gorgeous production design; and leaving plot threads dangling. Host Dan Moren with Antony Johnston Re…
 
It has been said that talent is a rare gift. With an artist /author like Lou Beach HIS talent is a gift to all of us. He is our first author to present original work on our limited edition narrative storytelling series. Lou Beach is a renown illustrator and fine artist and has perfected the craft of telling a great story in a short and memorable fa…
 
Happy Life Day! To celebrate this important occasion, The Incomparable hereby presents a commentary track, to be viewed alongside The Star Wars Holiday Special. You’ll need to find the Holiday Special via the usual rebel channels. We watched the version with ads in it, so if you find a different version, pause the show during the ads. Commentary tr…
 
In our first ever genre editions-only episode of Random Pursuit, we discover Kathy and Antony are trivia twins…mostly. Also, when in doubt, answer 18. Random Pursuit 17 Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky with Antony Johnston, Kathy Campbell, Joy Piedmont, Kim Rogers and Kirsten Goruk Support this show and other shows like it on The Incomparable net…
 
Erika revisits an old favourite and discovers it’s even better the second time! Erika Ensign Referenced Works Broken Blade [Amazon] [Apple] Show Notes & Links Support this show and other shows like it on The Incomparable network by becoming a member. Members get early access to podcasts, bonus episodes, and more.…
 
Tiff bugs Stephen’s office only to find out he talks a LOT about Macs. After she apologizes for being so nosy, the two sit down to discuss “The Lover”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on October 22, 2009. "I'm sorry to have been bugging you all these years." Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works The Office (U.S.) Show Notes…
 
Lisa and Erika really dig into where Julian May might have been coming from. She gave a few of her characters a raw deal, and really tips her hand starting with the title of the book itself. Reading this novel with 2019-brain is a very different exercise than our first reads-through. (Yes, we recorded this episode in 2019.) Host Erika Ensign and Li…
 
We got pretty off topic during our Super Mario 64 episode, so we collected the best bits into a whole bonus episode! If you’ve ever wanted to hear three huge Nintendo fans talk about the business model of remasters, how DS games can be ported to the Switch, and our favorite controllers, then this is the episode for you. Host Brian Hamilton with Jam…
 
We got pretty off topic during our Super Mario 64 episode, so we collected the best bits into a whole bonus episode! If you’ve ever wanted to hear three huge Nintendo fans talk about the business model of remasters, how DS games can be ported to the Switch, and our favorite controllers, then this is the episode for you. Brian Hamilton with James Th…
 
Or, as AJ dubs it, “Redemption Arc: The Movie”. We discover that some 90s movies are way more fun to revisit than you might think! We discover that some 90s movies are way more fun to revisit than you might think! Julia Skott and AJ Knox Show Notes & Links Son-In-Law *Amazon Prime Video affiliate link Wikipedia on the Sámi people Support this show …
 
This week on A Complicated Profession, we’re doing an easy job taking out an Imperial base. Easy! What could go wrong? Host Dan Moren is joined by Antony Johnston to discuss threading the needle of deep fandom and telling a great, accessible story; gorgeous production design; and leaving plot threads dangling. The Mandalorian - Chapter 12 Dan Moren…
 
This week on A Complicated Profession, we’re doing an easy job taking out an Imperial base. Easy! What could go wrong? Host Dan Moren is joined by Antony Johnston to discuss threading the needle of deep fandom and telling a great, accessible story; gorgeous production design; and leaving plot threads dangling. Host Dan Moren with Antony Johnston Re…
 
Join us as we interview Lily Seabrooke! A Tip of the Tongue (Instagram: @atipofthetongue// Twitter: @atttpod) We take you between the covers... of lesbian romance novels -------------------- Author: Lily Seabrooke Twitter: @lilyseabrooke Website: https://lilyseabrooke.com/ Lily Seabrooke's Amazon Page Newest Novel: The Simple Answer (Ember Grove Ro…
 
We’re back with our nicest episode and yet another draft. This time our intrepid hosts are picking their favorite villains from across comic book TV shows and movies, and while there are some easy predictions here, some of these takes may surprise you! Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we discuss Wonder Woman 1984 coming to streaming, a couple …
 
Come Kiki with Kathy, Corey and Tiffini, and take a trip down to the unexpected, the familiar, and the fantastical in this incredible episode of Friends in Your Ears, and don’t forget to figure out where you stand for this week’s bonus question. Theme Music by Christopher and Adelaide Breen Edited by Dear Podcast Incomparable Memberships!: Sign up,…
 
Come Kiki with Kathy, Corey and Tiffini, and take a trip down to the unexpected, the familiar, and the fantastical in this incredible episode of Friends in Your Ears, and don’t forget to figure out where you stand for this week’s bonus question. Theme Music by Christopher and Adelaide Breen Edited by Dear Podcast Incomparable Memberships!: Sign up,…
 
Muppets From Space sure is a movie that exists! We do our best to pull out the charming moments from what’s often considered the worst Muppet movie, and examine the mysterious writing conflicts that may explain how it got that way. Quinn Rose and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works Muppets From Space [Amazon] The Muppets Show Notes & Links Support thi…
 
Muppets From Space sure is a movie that exists! We do our best to pull out the charming moments from what’s often considered the worst Muppet movie, and examine the mysterious writing conflicts that may explain how it got that way. Host Quinn Rose and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works Muppets From Space [Amazon] The Muppets Show Notes & Links…
 
This week, Burnham fails to follow orders and saves Book from indentured servitude by kicking off a clever prison escape plan that’s… not particularly clever? We’ll admit it, this episode was a letdown compared to the high bar set by previous episodes. What’s up with Georgiou? Is Grudge a better actor than Number One? And for the first time this se…
 
As your hosts are out to lunch, Stephen receives his side salad on top of his spaghetti and is forced to send it back. While they wait for the correct order, Tiff and Stephen discuss “Mafia”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on October 15, 2009. "Criminals are like raccoons; give them a taste of cat food and pretty soon they will be ba…
 
As your hosts are out to lunch, Stephen receives his side salad on top of his spaghetti and is forced to send it back. While they wait for the correct order, Tiff and Stephen discuss “Mafia”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on October 15, 2009. Host Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works The Office (U.S.) Show Notes & Links …
 
Counterspy (sometimes known as David Harding, Counterspy ) was on radio from 1942 to 1957. David Harding was the chief of the "United States Counterspies," a fictitious intelligence organization created to disrupt or cease the operations of enemy agents and their enterprises, and bring them to justi.... This item belongs to: audio/joe-hehn. This it…
 
It Pays to Be Ignorant is a comedy that ran from 1942 to 1951 as a quiz show. That format itself was a gag, as it was really a pretense for comedians to hurl one-liners at the live and home audiences, with the contestant mainly there as a happy prop.... This item belongs to: audio/joe-hehn. This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTor…
 
Happy Life Day! To celebrate this important occasion, The Incomparable hereby presents a commentary track, to be viewed alongside The Star Wars Holiday Special. You’ll need to find the Holiday Special via the usual rebel channels. We watched the version with ads in it, so if you find a different version, pause the show during the ads. Host Jason Sn…
 
Happy Life Day! To celebrate this important occasion, The Incomparable hereby presents a commentary track, to be viewed alongside The Star Wars Holiday Special. You’ll need to find the Holiday Special via the usual rebel channels. We watched the version with ads in it, so if you find a different version, pause the show during the ads. Host Jason Sn…
 
The Clock is a drama anthology series that ran on ABC from 1946 to 1948. The program was narrated by "Father Time". The creator and writer of the series was Lawrence Klee, who worked for the Hummerts ( Mr.... This item belongs to: audio/joe-hehn. This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTorrent, Columbia Peaks, Flac, Item Tile, Metada…
 
The Voyage of the Scarlet Queen was a very creative, well-written and produced series on Mutual from 1947 to 1948. It starred Elliott Lewis, and featured many of Hollywood's best known radio actors. Its scripts were written by Gil Doud and Robert Tallman, among the best and most prolific of radio's .... This item belongs to: audio/joe-hehn. This it…
 
The Chase aired on NBC from 1952 to 1953. Veteran radio writer Lawrence Klee ( Mr. Keen Tracer of Lost Persons and other Hummert productions, and ABC's The Fat Man , The Clock ) developed the program as a psychological drama.... This item belongs to: audio/joe-hehn. This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTorrent, Columbia Peaks, Fla…
 
Indictment was fictionalized account of real-life events as gathered and experienced by a former New York City (Manhattan) assistant district attorney Eleazar Lipsky. He served in the 1940s and continued on to a successful private practice law career.... This item belongs to: audio/joe-hehn. This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTo…
 
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