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Two Hundred a Day is a podcast by Nathan D. Paoletta and Epidiah Ravachol. We are exploring the intensely weird and interesting world of the 70s TV detective show The Rockford Files. Both celebration and analysis, we break down episodes of the show and go deep into how they work as well-constructed narratives. In each episode of Two Hundred a Day, we watch an episode, recap and review it as fans of the show, and tease out specific elements that hold lessons for writers, gamers and anyone els ...
 
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Spoilerpiece Theatre

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Spoilerpiece Theatre

Evan Crean, Megan Kearns, and David Riedel

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Boston film critics Evan Crean, Megan Kearns, and David Riedel help you decide what to watch by reviewing movies (and occasionally television) without letting spoilers get in the way of good discussion. Opening music: "My Life as a God" by Augean Stables. Closing music: "Pants Party" by Oilhead.
 
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Mythmakers

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Mythmakers

Oxford Centre for Fantasy

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Welcome to Mythmakers Podcast Season 2! Mythmakers is the podcast for fantasy fans and creatives brought to you by the Oxford Centre for Fantasy. We will be exploring fantasy old and new, look at what went into writing your favourite series, learn tips from the experts, and discuss new books, TV shows and films. Mythmakers is brought to you from the city of Oxford - home to many of the world's greatest fantasy writers, from J.R.R. Tolkien and Middle-earth, to C.S. Lewis, creator of Narnia, a ...
 
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Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association

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Founded in 1891, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is consistently hailed as one of the greatest orchestras in the world. In collaboration with the best conductors and guest artists on the international music scene, the CSO performs well over one hundred concerts each year at its downtown home, Symphony Center, and at the Ravinia Festival on Chicago’s North Shore, where it is in residency each summer. Music lovers outside Chicago enjoy the sounds of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra through best-s ...
 
The V8 Radio Podcast hosts Kevin Oeste and Mike Clarke cover the classic and muscle car car scene from a regular car guy perspective. Topics include Muscle Car car events, goings on in the V8 Speed and Resto Shop, V8TV, Muscle Car Of The Week, and the state of their own classic car projects. Throw in a couple trivia questions and lots of unplanned banter, and you have a fun and laid-back show that makes a perfect companion to your own garage adventures.
 
The gay travel and lifestyle podcast from the makers of TravelGay.com. With interesting LGBTQ+ guests and stimulating conversation, hear from experts about all things travel and fascinating stories about our guests' lives. In Season 1 you'll hear from legends like Stephen Fry and Macy Gray and recognisable faces such as Richard E Grant, ABC News correspondent James Longman, Firebird's Tom Prior and TV doctor Dr Ranj Singh.
 
Our American Handcrafted Podcast series reveals inspiring makers stories and journeys in handmade. It is a place where we explore techniques and discover extraordinary craft. A place where impactful voices give rise to a supportive and encouraging community of like-minded artists and makers. Curated with aspirational, soulful, meaningful, and sometimes life defining moments, we lead with our collective team voices advocating and celebrating a place where HAPPINESS IS HANDMADE. Visit us at ht ...
 
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Visit Anne Corlett's website to learn more about The Author's Toolbox. Disclaimer: This episode includes an interview with a Christian author, who writes science fiction and military/paramilitary thrillers. If you are concerned about discussions of faith, please consider skipping this episode and checking in again next week. Thank you! You can lear…
 
It's not often you get to interview one of your heroes but Julia Golding today is in conversation with one of hers. Meet T A White, American writer of some wonderful series that cross the fantasy genres. Listen to her journey into writing, including an unusual background that gives her insight into authority and combat. Tobey explains her writing p…
 
Felicity Beckett speaks to writer Tom Prior and director Peeter Rabane about their new film, Firebird. A special one-off screening for International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia on 17 May. A special one-off screening for International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. Based on a true story during the Cold War, Fi…
 
Hi gang! Evan is on vacation so Megan and Dave hold down the fort. They start things off with the Nicolas Cage comedy THE UNBEARABLE WEIGHT OF MASSIVE TALENT (2:41), a very silly romp through a weekend in the star's fictionalized life. Then it's THE AVIARY (14:54), a tense psychological drama about two women trying to escape a cult. Finally, they t…
 
Visit Anne Corlett's website to learn more about The Author's Toolbox. I take a few minutes this week to talk about characters we love and the journeys they take, which is the new focus of Coffee in Space. I hope the time we spend together today is fruitful for you and that it helps you understand the new direction the podcast has taken since the t…
 
There has been a flourishing of audio versions of books. In today's episode, Julia Golding talks to Andrew Head, a creative writer and fantasy fan from Australia. Andrew is blind so accesses many of his stories through the audio version so is something of an expert on the subject. Listen for his top five and see if you agree! Jim Dale or Stephen Fr…
 
Felicity Beckett talks to the creative team behind a-ha: The Movie. a-ha’s hit Take On Me is still one of the most played songs of the last millennium. This documentary follows the band over a period of four years, sharing the full story of how three young men followed their impossible dream of making it big. When Take On Me reached number 1 on Bil…
 
Megan is back from vacation so the whole Spoilerpiece team is together again! She and Evan start by reviewing Keith Thomas's FIRESTARTER (3:35), a remake of Stephen King's famous story, which they both agree and disagree about. Next, everyone covers Stefan Forbes's HOLD YOUR FIRE (15:51), a disappointing documentary about a 1972 crisis in New York …
 
Do I still need to say Trigger Warning? Derek and I discuss the utter despairs of reality, the unbelievable joys of the written word, and the insurmountable freedom within music. Derek's latest short story, "Ultraviolet", is an absolute triumph of lyrical, post human Cyber Punk of the obsidian kind. Coming soon the the esteemed literary publication…
 
Esa-Pekka Salonen takes listeners on a voyage through astonishing terrains, from Ravel’s exquisite setting of Perrault’s fairy tales to Stravinsky’s 1940s “war symphony,” with its allusions to marching soldiers and tanks. Completing the program, Finnish violinist Pekka Kuusisto introduces a 2021 concerto by Bryce Dessner partly inspired by Anne Car…
 
Nathan and Eppy take on a stand-out double-length episode in S2E6 Lions, Tigers, Monkeys and Dogs. Lauren Bacall guest stars as a Kendall, a woman mysteriously marked for death. After a chance encounter at a restaurant, her friend and patron Princess Irene Rachevsky hires Jim to find out who's trying to kill Kendall. The investigation leads from ya…
 
Felicity Beckett talks to writer, director and actor Leah Purcell about her new film, The Drover’s Wife: The Legend Of Molly Johnson, in cinemas now. In 1893, heavily pregnant Molly Johnson (Leah Purcell) and her children struggle to survive the harsh Australian landscape after her husband leaves to drove sheep in the high country. One day, she fin…
 
Film critic Elena Lazic talks to director Gaspar Noé about his new film Vortex, in cinemas now. The latest feature from Gaspar Noé is a tender and undeniably powerful exploration of loneliness and love. Having debuted to widespread acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, it focuses on an elderly couple (played by Françoise Lebrun and Dario Argento) wh…
 
Welcome one and all to the record release show in honor of Tom Weir's incomparable Old Moon, and the masterpiece that is Cities of the Plain. We are brimming with pride that Tom has seen fit to entrust us with the first Podcast associated with this album. Please, at all costs, go out and purchase this document of melifluous long suffering, and let …
 
So what does a race-inspired, twin turbo, fully-caged 1969 Buick Electra have to do with the Tuskegee Airmen? And did you say a twin turbo Electra? Find out all about it with special guest Michael Joseph, Chapter Historian at Tuskegee Airmen, Inc., and his "Faithful Persuit" tribute car to the legendary WWII flyers. Of course, Mike "Q-Ball" Clarke …
 
The pandemic ain't over folks. Dave has COVID and it sucks but he does his best to manage it in this week's episode. Megan's on vacation again, so he and Evan tackle two movies. First up is Lisa Hurwitz's documentary THE AUTOMAT (3:26), a short, but interesting chronicle of the once-popular restaurant chain in New York City and Philadelphia that of…
 
!!!TRIGGER WARNING!!! Drug addiction, violence, incarceration discussed herein. Welcome to the double whammy, super creepy number 27th Chapter of the Book on Friday the 13th! John is the epitome of survival in the face of insurmountable odds. A consumate artist and devoted family man, John takes guys on an odyssey of pain and redemption, set to mus…
 
Hear the sounds of bravery, battle and romance in Strauss' exuberant Ein Heldenleben (A Hero's Life), led by Karina Canellakis. Kirill Gerstein performs Schumann’s only piano concerto, a work that brims with joy and melody. Augusta Read Thomas’ Brio is a study in agility and motion, building to a full-throttle, sparkling intensity.Ticket holders ar…
 
Visit Anne Corlett's website to learn more about The Author's Toolbox. Check out Modest Coffee's podcast, No Bad Reviews to learn the real story of coffee in space, as well as a whole lot more about coffee. I love most of the interviews I have on my show, but not many go to the level of my talk with RWW Greene, who's latest work, Mercury Rising, is…
 
Julia Golding talks to New Zealand independent fantasy writer, AJ Lancaster, whose four-book Stariel series is cutting through the competition with her unique vision of a half-fay half-human land. They discuss New Zealand as Middle-earth and AJ's relationship with Tolkien's fantasy, before coming to Oxford to where Stariel began. Other topics cover…
 
Megan is on vacation this week so Evan and Dave are joined by Dan and Chris from the podcast Film Trace! They're only talking about one movie, but that's because there's a lot to say about the Daniels' latest film EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE. They dig into this bonkers sci-fi action adventure comedy, discussing its hilarious absurdity, its in…
 
Kevin Oeste takes his 1970 Buick Riviera on the first road trip in 6 years, and lives to tell about it! Later, he shares his experiences with Mike "Q-Ball" Clarke about presenting at a local middle school career day and the interest of students in the automotive industry. His findings might surprise you! Of course, there's some stimulating Automoti…
 
Hosted by Picturehouse’s very own Sam Clements, The Love Of Cinema podcast goes deep on the best new releases, with a little help from some of our favourite film critics, plenty of special guests, and you, the audience! This month we're joined by guest film critics Stephanie Bunbury and Wendy Mitchell to discuss the much anticipated Downtown Abbey:…
 
It is my distinct pleasure to present my discussion with Phil Smith aka Eugenius. Having cut his teeth in Christian metal core band Corpus Christi as a bassist, Phil moved beyond the trappings of the band environment to re-establish his voice. Through a heady mixture of Hip Hop, experimental noise, and Punk, he has forged a sword all his own.…
 
Have a listen to the story of 'BIG CHIEF' - a 1962 Super Duty Pontiac Catalina - as told by current owner Sam Williford. This car spend quality time on drag strips in the South during the 60's. Enjoy a few twists and turns in this story of a Super Duty Cat! Thanks again to our fabulous partners! AMES PERFORMANCE AUTO SMART PURCELL PERFORMANCE & RES…
 
We've not yet talked about the biggest fantasy series of the last twenty years and now Mythmakers takes a look at Harry Potter and the Wizarding World through a review of the latest film in the Fantastic Beasts franchise - the Secrets of Dumbledore. Have a listen to find out what Julia Golding thinks is right (and wrong) about this series, then joi…
 
Lithuanian-born Julian Rachlin showcases his singular versatility as a violinist, violist and conductor. He joins CSO Associate Concertmaster Stephanie Jeong in Mozart's effervescent Sinfonia concertante before leading a performance of Tchaikovsky's sweetly melancholic Souvenir. Taking to the podium, Rachlin bookends the program by conducting works…
 
Anne and I have been friends for a few years now and I'm so grateful to have met her. Through her Wifi-Scifi events, the Wifi-Scifi writers group she hosts, and one on one mentorship, my writing went from a mess of conflicting POVs, flat characters and uninteresting dialog, to a request for a writing sample from a literary agent. Anne's mentorship …
 
On tonight's episode, we examine middle American, middle class culture with Craig Nichols. Starting off in Dayton, Ohio based hardcore bands, he and his partner in music ( former Guided By Voices member)Nate Farley (they started out in D-Town Hardcore legends, The Method) had decided to strike out in a new direction together. A direction guided sol…
 
Riccardo Muti presents two groundbreaking pieces by the first African American composers to have symphonic works performed by major orchestras. William Grant Still’s Mother and Child is a gentle, lilting work inspired by a painting by Sargent Johnson. Florence Price’s expressive Third Symphony gives a powerful voice to the African American experien…
 
Premee is another friend of the podcast, having joined me for two episodes already before this one. You can listen to us chat about her first novel, Beneath the Rising HERE or her thoughts on utopia and dystopia HERE. In this episode, we talk about male friendships, her main characters Nick Prasad and Yenu, and of course, her latest book, The Void …
 
Many of us spent lots of time cruising up and down a local stretch of road, hanging out with friends, showing off our cars, and trying to be cool. Today, many of these cruising events have been legislated away or have fallen to the wayside of digital entertainment. Jason LiCavoli is out to change all that, bringing back cruising for all kinds of ca…
 
Riccardo Muti leads a world premiere by Jessie Montgomery, the CSO’s new Mead Composer-in-Residence. Raised on New York’s Lower East Side, Montgomery writes music that is “turbulent, wildly colorful and exploding with life” (The Washington Post). CSO Principal Bass Alexander Hanna is the soloist in Bottesini’s bravura concerto before the program en…
 
Nathan and Eppy return to Paradise Cove in S4E1 Beamer's Last Case. Jim returns from a shortened vacation to find that someone has stolen his identity - and not only that, but wrecked his car and gotten him into trouble with some serious people! Once Jim tracks down the culprit, a mechanic named Freddie Beamer, the rest of the episode is a quick-th…
 
Mike "Q-Ball" Clarke and Kevin Oeste chat about the upcoming V8 Speed and Resto Shop Drive In Cruise event and the possible film to be shown. And then they switch over to Kevin's early days of racing, and writing about motorsports. And we mean early days! You'll find all this, plus Automotive Trivia and a whole lot more on this episode of the V8 Ra…
 
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