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Welcome to Dark Mood Woods: A Twin Peaks Podcast, in which The Film Stage's Managing Editor Nick Newman and contributor Ethan Vestby discuss David Lynch's return to long-form filmmaking. This summer, join us as we offer insight and knowledge only devoted fans can bring, along with the curiosity of what, exactly, has been happening in the Pacific Northwest these last 25 years.
 
The Counter Esperanto Podcast: Tangents about Twin Peaks is the work of Karl Eckler and Jubel Brosseau, and represents their first foray into podcasting about their Weird interests. This is not a recap podcast (there are plenty of those), spoilers abound as Jubel and Karl discuss the Twin Peaks mythos as a whole, generally working backwards from Mark Frost’s new book The Secret History of Twin Peaks.
 
One of the longest running podcasts. We talk about hard rock and metal. Hosted and produced by Mark Strigl. Guests have included members of Motley Crue, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Slayer, Exodus, System Of A Down, Motorhead, Kiss, Megadeth, Korn and many more. Established in 2005 by Mark Strigl and John "Ostronomy" Ostrosky. Please visit MarkStrigl.net for more info. Bonus content by Mark Strigl is available on Patreon.
 
The Who Killed Laura Podcast Join Christopher and Scott for a friendly discussion of Twin Peaks, the classic TV show from David Lynch and Mark Frost, from the first episode through The Return, currently on Showtime. Subscribe, like, and leave a review on iTunes: goo.gl/O18jf9 Download episodes directly from Libsyn whokilledlaurapodcast.libsyn.com Leave a voicemail at 707-800-WKLP Send us an Email: WhoKilledLauraPodcast@gmail.com Connect with us on all our social media: Twitter: @WhoKilledLau ...
 
Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog. Classic literature, obscure plays, goofy childen’s books: they'll read it all, one overdue book at a time.
 
“On Target” is a new podcast from the Local Search Association (LSA) that explores the intersection of technology, media and local commerce. Each episode offers informal discussions with interesting people about a wide range of topics of interest for the local media and marketing community.
 
Welcome to The Doorstep Kitchen - the podcast celebrating great British food and drink - hosted by cook Kat Holbrook. Each week we chat to someone inspiring us by cooking or producing incredible things on our doorsteps, as well as hearing from an expert forager every episode. Discover new ingredients, learn how to truly eat the seasons, and come up with imaginative ways to use the food local to us. https://www.doorstepkitchen.com/ Artwork by Annie Birchenough.
 
Ask Fred Sirieix (First Dates) to sum up his attitude to life, and he’ll say ‘Oh Là Là!’ To him, the phrase encapsulates what Socrates said, ‘the meaning of life is about the pursuit of virtue’. So for Oh Là Là! the podcast, Fred wants to explore what makes his guests say the phrase – and to find out what drives and motivates them as they pursue happiness, love and laughter.
 
Sullivan + Strumpf is a leading commercial art gallery located in Sydney and Singapore. With both galleries now closed due to Covid-19, this series of podcasts will help you stay informed and connected through entertaining conversations with Artists, Curators and gallery Directors Ursula Sullivan and Joanna Strumpf.
 
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The town of Twin Peaks rests on a deeper landscape of red curtains, chevrons and an atmosphere of expectancy, desire and danger. What is the space that sits behind normal life, and once we’re there, how do we leave? Texts consulted Leslie H Tepper, Chief Janice George, and Willard Joseph (2017) Salish Blankets: Robes of Protection and Transformatio…
 
On this episode of Talking Metal, Mark Strigl speaks with legendary rock manager Doc McGhee. Topics include the new scripted Netflix Kiss movie, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, touring during COVID, the Kiss A&E Biography documentary, Bon Jovi, his history, The Moscow Music Peace Festival, Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev, the final Kiss show, and more Ki…
 
It's time to solve the mystery of the Boxcar Children! (Or is it The Box-Car Children?) Warner's novel about a quartet of self-sufficient kiddos underwent a major revision 20 years after its debut AND it spawned dozens of mystery-focused sequels despite there not really being a mystery in the original. Tune in to hear about our own secret hideouts …
 
This week, Dave and Hoggy dive into our first impressions of the new Dream Theater album, our nickname for the new Marillion album title, a new Neal Morse project and then go track by track on the new Leprous record, Aphelion. NOTE: This was recorded live, together in Dave's new apartment a week after he left quarantine and moved in. That's why it …
 
Mark the Movie man and Derrick breakdown Da Hip Hop Witch this episode. _________________________________________________________________ Vaughn returns with his own segment here on Astro Radio Z of his own podcast MOTION PICTURE MASSACRE!!! Go listen and support his show: LISTEN HERE ________________________________________________________________…
 
Craig and Andrew said they would record the podcast themselves. This very modern episode about a very modern novel discusses Woolf's signature writing style, the regrets of a postwar British people, and when (or where) you might find yourself Thinking Big. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Advertise on Overdue See omnystudio.com/listen…
 
Episode 48: This episode explores various paths of deconstruction and their sometimes overlapping, sometimes divergent, directions. In particular, we look at 4 of these trajectories - the liturgical, the mystical, the political and the agnostic. Faith deconstruction is a complex and often difficult/painful experience and sometimes, though we might …
 
Ada Palmer's Too Like the Lightning is mostly concerned with big historical questions like "what if nationality had nothing to do with geography" and "what if a boy could make toys come to life," but it also deals with things like "what if noticing gender were a fetish" and "what if all the world's leaders were secretly slamming each other." Our th…
 
from plato's two horses to the odal rune, the owl cave ring to CPAC and odinists, the nazi connection. video version of episode available at https://youtu.be/GDEjuNAsf3c find links to more at http://www.lemmingdrops.com/. support the channel at https://www.patreon.com/lemmingdrops ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★…
 
Everybody get up it's time to read now. We got a podcast goin' now. Welcome to the Space Jam! Join us as we talk about a storybook edition of the 1996 cartoon basketball commercial Space Jam, starring Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On this episode of Talking Metal, Mark Strigl and his supporters talk about the album Somewhere In Time by Iron Maiden. Find all-things Mark Strigl here: MarkStrigl.net Follow Mark Strigl on Twitter: @talkingmetal Follow Mark Strigl on Instagram. Support this show by making a PayPal donation. Please consider sharing this episode on social media and…
 
After 488 episodes, we finally return to ol' Johnny Steinbeck. East of Eden mixes autobiography, pastoral fiction, and Biblical allegory -- a cocktail that has dismayed critics and excited audiences for decades. We dig into what works in this sprawling story and what might leave some readers wanting more. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerang…
 
This book is a work of "faction" (that's "fact" plus "fiction") about Richard Nixon's interactions with the physical manifestation(s) of Uncle Sam in the run-up to the executions of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. So, uh, a weird one. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
This week, we discuss new albums from Marillion, Dream Theater, Devin Townsend, Ross Jennings, SEIMS and the Daniel Wiggins Group. Side diversions into discussions about the effects of Brexit on band breakups, lockdowns, and the presence of the Bill Bruford back catalogue on streaming services. Then we delve into our main topic - the leadoff single…
 
On this episode we’re discussing talking plants and smart insects with entomologist and author Dr. Joe Lewis. Lewis spent his career in entomology with the USDA-Agricultural Research Service at the Tifton Campus of the University of Georgia. It was there that he worked to unlock the secrets of how plants and insects communicate with one another, pa…
 
On this episode, Mark Strigl speaks with Tommy Krash formerly of Britny Fox, He is currently working with Tim Ripper Owens in the Leviathan Project. He also has a new project called Infinity Rain which can be heard of Apple Music. The second interview is with Tom Wallace of the project Guild of Others which also features Derek Sherinian, Steve Pott…
 
This week, Dave sits down with Ro of I Built The Sky and Jake Howsam Lowe (Plini, Helix Nebula) to discuss their new collaboration, Coalesce, available to pre-order from Bandcamp. This chat covers writing during lockdown, the creative process and the inevitable discussion of guitar gear when three guitarists get together for a chat Pre-order Coales…
 
There are small flames all over the place! Well, specifically all over a family's house in Shaker Heights, OH in the late 1990s. Ng's bestselling sophomore effort dives into two different but intertwined families whose lives are flip-turned-upside-down by a conflagration of personal mysteries, teenage desires, and a tense adoption case. Our theme m…
 
On this episode of Talking Metal, Mark Strigl speaks to guitarist Jack Frost. This chat starts 32 mins into the podcast. Topics include Brothers In Arms, Andrew Freeman, Keith St. John, Paul Shortino, Seven Witches, Aldo Nova, Joey Vera and much more. Pre-order the Brothers In Arms album here. Also in this episode, Emily and Mark talk about COVID-1…
 
Everyone! There's been a MURDER! And the person who committed it is still listening to THIS VERY PODCAST!! While we try to figure this out you should definitely listen to us talk about Hercule Poirot, the unassuming-ish detective who is here to discover your deepest darkest secrets and chew bubblegum and is all out of bubblegum. Our theme music was…
 
Join us for a trip back to Sherlock Holmes Times, as Melody and Erin from the Heaving Bosoms podcast help us talk about Kristen Callihan's Moonglow. The second book in the Darkest London series, Moonglow brings the romance and the supernatural lore in a way that keeps all four of us talking. You can find more from our new friends at the Heaving Bos…
 
On this episode we welcome Brother Coyote himself, Gary Paul Nabhan. An agricultural ecologist, an ethnobotanist, a MacArthus “genius grant” winner, a professor and an Ecumenical Franciscan Brother, Nabhan is a true polymath. He’s a pioneering figure in the local food movement as well as the modern heirloom seed saving movement. He’s also the autho…
 
Enjoy another episode of our newest show-within-a-show! We're reading Edith Grossman's translation of Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes a few chapters at a time. Some Patreon supporters get these episodes monthly, but every two months we'll combine them for general consumption. These episodes cover Chapters 28-42. In Episode 5, Don Quixote rejoins…
 
This week, Hoggy and Dave have big Dream Theater news. Then we talk about new music from Yes, Coldplay, Steve Hacket, Ro, a tour by Polaris and UK festivals. Then we get into our main topic: the rise of InsideOut Music as the label for prog music. This episode was brought to you by Flare Audio. Use our affiliate link below for all your audio needs …
 
On this episode of Talking Metal, Mark Strigl speaks with Dee Snider (Twisted Sister) and Jason McMaster (Dangerous Toys, Watchtower, Cassius King) At the top of the show, Mark shares his feelings on the new HBO documentary Woodstock 99. The first interview is with the one and only Dee Snider! Topics include his new album Leave A Scar, his band, th…
 
In this kid goth Victorian house, objects talk...but only to the people who can listen! Find out what happens to Clod Iremonger and Lucy Pennant in this creepy-yet-kid-friendly novel about a bunch of people who live near (and develop a symbiotic relationship with) trash. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. See omnystudio.com/listener for…
 
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