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RedHanded the podcast jumps head first into all manner of macabre madness. We cover everything from big time serial killers (and those you may never have heard of), to hauntings, possessions, disturbing mysteries, bizarre whodunits and basically anything that tickles our creepy fancy. So, join us, plug in, sit back and prepare for scares.
 
We all have a cluttered desk. It’s a space that holds what we want to read, watch, and think about. Join the hosts of The Cluttered Desk Podcast—Colin Cox and Andrew Hicks—as they talk literature, film, comic books, politics, critical theory, theology, and anything else that might tickle their fancy. The Cluttered Desk Podcast is produced and recorded in Bristol, Virginia with music by Test Dream.
 
Theory Pleeb studies and teaches philosophy, critical media theory, and critique of political economy. They stream and feature videos at www.theorypleeb.com, but may also be seen on YouTube or Twitch. Support at www.theorypleeb.com/donate Check out the theorypleeb blog at https://www.medium.com/@theorypleeb Follow on: https://www.goodreads.com/theorypleeb https://www.facebook.com/theorypleeb https://www.twitter.com/theorypleeb https://www.instagram.com/theorypleeb
 
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In this Art of Thinking podcast, philosopher Greg Scorzo talks to Todd McGowan about his book, The Impossible David Lynch (2002). The podcast examines Todd’s theories explaining the meaning of three David Lynch movies: Lost Highway, Mulholland Drive, and Eraserhead. Also discussed is how McGowan analyses all three movies using the Lacanian conceptu…
 
In this short episode, Adam reads his text "Demos, Kratos, Autos, Nomos: A Fragmentary Expenditure" in which he ruminates on the etymological origins of democracy, law, and of the power of people, distinct from its reification as 'The People', which grounds the notion of representative political institutions. Adam invites us to consider the distinc…
 
Every couple of weeks like clockwork, another child would vanish from Nithari, Delhi. The police didn't seem concerned, and no one wanted to take a closer look at the alleyway - or so-called "black hole" where all the kids had disappeared. What the locals would eventually find in the sewers surrounding bungalow D5 would bring to light a terrifying …
 
In May 2005, 18-year-old Natalee Holloway and her friends flew from Alabama to Aruba to celebrate their graduation. Just five days later, when the group were set to fly back to the States, Natalee was nowhere to be found. The investigation that followed uncovered sex-trafficking gangs, potential police cover-ups and a terrifying teenage psychopath,…
 
In this Art of Thinking podcast, Greg Scorzo talks to writer, computer programmer, and science consultant consultant Bob Kruger. Scorzo and Kruger talk about feminism, patriarchy theory, identity politics, evolutionary psychology, the seductiveness of morality without factual accuracy, the importance of bridging the left-right divide, the social ut…
 
People can't stop talking about Squid Game. We couldn't be more delighted because this is a wonderful reason to stream our fourth installment in our Lacan series! Michael just published a post on this topic at his blog, so if you are preparing for tonight's stream, maybe check it out https://thedangerousmaybe.medium.com/...…
 
In September 2015 the brutalised bodies of British backpackers Hannah Witheridge and David Miller were found on the tropical island paradise of Koh Tao. The island off the coast of mainland Thailand, has long been a hotspot for partygoers lured in by the cheap alcohol, stunning beaches, and of course its infamous full moon parties. With the whole w…
 
On this Halloween episode of Inner Experience, Craig, Will, and Adam are joined by Ted Hand (@t3dy), a researcher in and practitioner of the Tarot and related Esoteric matters of theory who hosts the series Tarot for the Soulless Materialist and Esoteric Beat. Ted joins the Inner Experience crew to explain the history of the tarot, its philosophica…
 
On the 18th of November, 13 year old Dylan Redwine boarded a plane to visit his dad, Mark. Dylan really didn’t want to go - Mark lived in the middle of nowhere and the relationship between the 2 had been strained since the Redwine’s divorce. But no one could have expected the nightmare that was about to unfold, and the unbelievably shocking family …
 
In this Art of Thinking podcast, Greg Scorzo talks to philosopher Quassim Cassam about his book, “Extremism: A Philosophical Analysis”, available from amazon. Specifically, Scorzo and Cassam will be talking about the mindset of extremists, whether extremist beliefs are delusional, victimhood fantasies, the distinction between extremism and radicali…
 
Presenting a sneak peek of Pushkin's new podcast, Bad Women: The Ripper Retold. In 1888, five female prostitutes were brutally murdered in a London slum-- attacks so violent the killer earned a nickname: Jack the Ripper. For centuries, we have assumed these women were indeed “Bad Women,” ...but what if everything we know about them is wrong? Histor…
 
Welcome to The Cluttered Desk Podcast! In this episode, Colin and Andrew discuss Cormac McCarthy's novel, The Road. *** The Coda: Clawhammer by Highland Brewing Company and Johnnie Walker Black Label *** Here are links for this episode: Andrew's recommendation: Loose Leaf Tea Colin's recommendation: Aack Cast Podcast *** Please contact us at any of…
 
Today we’re joined by Dr Terry D. Thomson to discuss his work on Kant’s final, most esoteric, and most understudied philosophical work—his “chief achievement” as he called it—the Opus Postumum. This text is Kant’s attempt to radicalize his own philosophical process, rending the project of his three critiques from their ossifications as dogmas, and …
 
This week we're bringing you part two of our annual Halloween story-swap. We've got two terrifying tales of true crime Halloween-horror including Thailand's real-life answer to The Boogyman, and the infamous case of Ireland's "Boy in the Attic". UK TOUR 2021 - new dates added! Get your tickets here: https://linktr.ee/RedHandedthepod Book: https://l…
 
As a bit of a treat for you, our dedicated Spooky Bitches, we've decided to give you a little sneak peek of our new show Sinister Societies, which debuted last week exclusively on Spotify. The show comes out every Tuesday and features the same RedHanded flavour you love but covers the world of faith followings, dodgy clandestine organisations, and …
 
In this podcast, Greg Scorzo dialogues with the controversial Australian journalist and writer Antonella Gambotto-Burke about her book, Mama: Love, Motherhood and Revolution. Many of the issues raised in Mama are discussed: issues such as Antonella’s experience becoming a mother, her views on the devaluation of the feminine, attachment parenting, w…
 
On this special Halloween episode of Acid Horizon, we're joined by Dr Jonathan Greenaway, whom you may know as the Youtube Video Essayist The Lit Crit Guy. Jon is also the cohost of the Horror Vanguard Podcast, and recent author of the text Theology, Horror and Fiction out on Bloomsbury press. Today, Jon joins us to discuss the prospects for a 'Got…
 
It's Halloween time, that means at RedHanded - it's story swap time! This week Suruthi takes us to a TB ward in the 1930s for some "sexy" body-stealing, while Hannah shares the tale of the Kurim cult that was cracked thanks to a terrifying baby monitor... UK TOUR 2021 - new dates added! Get your tickets here: https://linktr.ee/RedHandedthepod Becom…
 
In this podcast, Greg Scorzo will be talking to educator, writer, and web scholar Steven J. Lawrence. More specifically, they will be discussing the language of wider communication, the importance of cultivating agency in young people, problems with accommodating fragility, how to reach misbehaving kids, the universality of enlightenment principals…
 
It's that time again, where we give you a sneak peek of what goes on over at the glorious RedHanded Patreon page, so we're giving you some of the juiciest highlights from the previous month of bonus content. This time you get to hear all about Raoul Moat from our Patreon exclusive episode Raoul Moat: Terror of Tyneside. On top of that, there's our …
 
Lauren Giddings had a strange feeling; she couldn’t shake the sense that someone had been coming into her apartment. But nothing was ever out of place and nothing was ever missing, so she tried to put the scary thought out of her head. Less than a month later Lauren’s torso was found wrapped in a plastic sheet in the bins behind her building. UK TO…
 
In this episode, Craig, Will, Matt, and Adam are joined by University of Vermont Professor Todd McGowan to discuss Hegel's concept of contradiction as he lays it out in his book, Emancipation After Hegel: Achieving a Contradictory Revolution. Throughout the latter part of the 20th century, Hegel's philosophy came to bear the stigma of a totalizing …
 
In this podcast Greg Scorzo chats to evolutionary theory scholar, writer, and comedian Paula Wright. We’ll be talking about the evolutionary origins of patriarchy, the biological vulnerability of women, feminism and safety culture, the impossibility of equality of outcome, the impossibility of ending violence against women, how intersectional Femin…
 
Over 30 years ago, Issei Sagawa murdered, raped and ate a young woman named Renée Hartevelt. Despite his guilt never having been in question, Sagawa would not stand trial or spend any significant amount of time behind bars And today, in the sleepy Tokyo district of Yurioka, this known murderer, necrophile and cannibal walks the streets not only as …
 
On this episode of Acid Horizon, Craig, Will, and Adam have the privilege of being joined by Jules Joanne Gleeson, a theorist, comedian, historian, and contributor to recent Transgender Marxism collection, which she co-edited with fellow theorist and political economist Elle O’Rourke. Jules joins us today not only to discuss the project of a Transg…
 
In Panjwai, a district in the Kandahar Province of Afghanistan, on the 11th of March 2012, U.S Army Staff Sergeant Robert Bales committed what is considered to be the deadliest war crime blamed on a single member of the U.S Armed Forces since the Vietnam War. During this brutal massacre, Robert Bales took the lives of 16 innocent Afghan civilians –…
 
In this podcast, Greg Scorzo talks to professor of philosophy Dr Rick Ripetti, who teaches at The City University of New York. They discuss the veridicality of supernatural experiences, the tensions between philosophy and religious mysticism, why extremists see themselves as holding the moral high ground, how to discuss politics in an era of extrem…
 
In this very special bonus episode of RedHanded, we sit down with former BBC journalist Sam Walker to discuss her latest investigation into the terrifying world of real-life violent vigilantes. Over the course of months, Sam interviewed a mysterious man known only as “KC”. He told her all about his brutal exploits as he and his gang roam the countr…
 
Welcome to The Cluttered Desk Podcast! In this episode, Colin and Andrew discuss X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009). *** The Coda: Chattanooga Whiskey 111 and Wild Turkey Rare Breed *** Here are links for this episode: Andrew's recommendation: The series Sweet Tooth on Netflix Colin's recommendation: Joseph Heller's Catch-22 *** Please contact us at a…
 
In this episode, Will and Adam are joined by Sasha Warren from unsoundmind.org to discuss the work of critical psychiatrist R.D. Laing, focusing on the first part of his book "The Divided Self" and its notion of the ontological insecurity of the schizophrenic mode of experience. We explore Laing's phenomenological method, his formulations of the se…
 
In this podcast, Greg Scorzo talks to Leicester poet and magician, the fabulous Will Horspool (AKA poetman). We’ll be discussing Will’s poems and issues they raise such as Free Speech, Cancel Culture in Leicester, Transgender Activism, Covid Restrictions, the UK Lockdown impact on the elderly, unrequited crushes, energy drinks, unpleasant visits to…
 
On the 3rd of June 2003, 14-year-old Jodi Jones ran home from school and begged her mum Judith to let her go out. Eventually, mum relented and Jodi rushed out saying she was off to meet her boyfriend, a local 14-year-old boy Luke Mitchell. 6 hours later Jodi's naked, mutilated body was found in the woods just a mile from her house, by the very same…
 
On this episode, Craig and Will are joined by John Protevi to discuss his latest book, Edges of the State. Protevi challenges dominant notions in anthropological research and other human sciences with anarchic perspective informed by theorists such as Pierre Clastres, Gilles Deleuze, James C. Scott, and others. Central to our discussion is the ques…
 
As she sat with her two children in Abilene Texas one January morning in 2007, Charity Lee pondered, that she may not be a perfect mother, but she did live in a safe neighborhood, so her children wouldn't be killed in their beds. She was wrong. Join the girls for an in-depth exploration of inter sibling homicide, a crash course in psychopathy, and …
 
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