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TV CONFIDENTIAL (www.televisionconfidential.com) talks to the stars, writers, directors and other creative people behind the scenes of some of America's most popular shows. An engaging blend of talk and entertainment, TV Confidential often compares today’s programs with those of the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.
 
Hi, my name is Cory Wong. This is my podcast. I'm going to talk to your favorite artists as they discuss their personal tricks of the trade, never-before-heard stories, and the proper response when Sinatra wants to peep your master tapes.
 
For all the choice tidbits of "Beatles" inspired influence, including the most candid & up close personal stories available, revolving around all your favorite artists."Bringin' it Back to "The Beatles" with Doug and Ben" will include in-depth interviews with celebrities who discuss their bodies of work while including intimate aspects of how they were profoundly impacted by "The Beatles" throughout their lives. Doug Kolk is a professional entertainment broadcaster in Los Angeles. Ben Don Sh ...
 
Alix Robertson and Phil Yeeles of The Centre for Education and Youth (along with their expert guests) explore developments in education and youth research and policy. There is a particular focus on how research can affect teachers, educational leaders and policy makers as well as others with a wider interest in improving outcomes for all of our young people. This is a UK based show.
 
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Space Patrol

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The mission of Space Patrol was to bring law and order to the interplanetary frontier. Each episode centered around the Space Patrol crew commanded by Commander Buzz Corry, as the crew jumped around the universe in Terra V. The show aired on ABC from 18 Sep 50 until 19 Mar 55. The cast included Ed Kemmer as Commander Corry, Lyn Osborn as Cadet Happy, Virginia Hewitt as Carol Karlyle, Ken Mayer as Major Robbie Robertson, Norman Jolley as Dr Malingro, Nina Bara as Tonga, and Bela Kovacs as Pri ...
 
Wild Entheology is a platform for you to discover interesting and authentic conversations about psychedelics as an aid for self-improvement, psychological healing, and spirituality. Your hosts, Kaylee and Will, are both psychology students who aim to become psychotherapists. They've been involved in psychedelics and self-improvement for a decade and hope to bring you all the wisdom and education that they've uncovered for themselves.
 
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The Greatest Season That Was Presents...

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A new series from the team at The Greatest Season That Was Presents... US Revolution. US Revolution features Mason, Shannon Gill and American broadcaster Ed Wyatt in an exploration of Australian Rules Football's US connections. The eight-part series will feature interviews with Paul Roos, Jason Holmes and former ESPN broadcaster Bob Ley. Follow The Greatest Season That Was on Twitter - @TGSTW_Presents. The Greatest Season That Was is produced Jay Mueller and is part of the Bad Producer Podca ...
 
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TVC 565.1: TV Confidential celebrates the life and career of Betty White with a special program-length tribute to the legendary actress who was not only The First Lady of Television, but one of the very first television stars, period, having appeared on one of the very first experimental television broadcasts in 1939, then also hosting one of the f…
 
TVC 565.2: Ed, Tony, and Donna discuss Betty White’s versatility as an actress, including the iconic characters she played on The Golden Girls, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and Hot in Cleveland. Betty White passed away on Friday, Dec. 21, at age ninety-nine. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handl…
 
TVC 565.3: Game show historian Steve Beverly talks to Ed about Betty White’s long association with TV game shows, particularly the many classic games produced by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman (including, most notably, Password and the CBS Match Game). Steve interviewed Betty about a dozen times throughout his career as a TV journalist. Betty White p…
 
TVC 565.4: Game show historian Steve Beverly talks to Ed about the Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host that Betty White won in 1983 for hosting the short-lived NBC game show Just Men; why she and Allen Ludden were the consummate couple; and Betty’s heartfelt tribute to Allen at the 2009 Game Show Congress in Hollywood. Steve Beverly interview…
 
TVC 565.5: A special Betty White-centric DVD report with Greg Ehrbar that covers White’s widespread appeal across all kinds of TV audiences, including her years hosting coverage of the Thanksgiving Day Parade and Tournament of Roses Parade; her voiceover career; and her guest appearance on the classic “Password” episode of The Odd Couple. Betty Whi…
 
TVC 565.5a: From October 2020: Emmy nominated costume designer Diana Eden talks to Ed about the two times that she worked with Betty White. Diana’s memoir, Diana’s memoir, Stars in Their Underwear: My Unpredictable Journey from Broadway Dancer to Costume Designer for Some of Hollywood’s Biggest Stars, is available in softcover and as an eBook. Want…
 
TVC 565.6: Emmy Award-winning producer and showbiz raconteur Geoffrey Mark talks to Ed about Betty White’s professionalism and innate understanding about how television worked. Geoff interviewed Betty for his documentary on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Betty White passed away on Friday, Dec. 21, at age ninety-nine. Want to advertise/sponsor our show?…
 
TVC 565.7: Ed welcomes Ray Richmond, author of Betty White: 100 Remarkable Moments in an Extraordinary Life, the last biography about White that was published before her death. Betty White passed away on Friday, Dec. 21, at age ninety-nine. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sp…
 
TVC 565.7a: From November 2019: Actor David Starzyk talks to Ed about what a joy it was to work with Betty White on TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland. Betty White passed away on Friday, Dec. 21, at age ninety-nine. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcas…
 
TVC 565.8: Jennifer Armstrong, author of Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted and All The Brilliant Minds That Made The Mary Tyler Moore Show a Television Classic and When Women Invented Television, talks to Ed about what a firebrand Betty White was, particularly in the early stages of her career in television. Betty White passed away on Friday, Dec. 21,…
 
TVC 565.9: Jim Colucci, author of Golden Girls Forever, talks to Ed about the trans-generational appeal of The Golden Girls; Betty White’s remarkable timing as a performer; and why Rose Nyland was the hardest of the four Golden Girls to play. Betty White passed away on Friday, Dec. 21, at age ninety-nine. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Conf…
 
TVC 565.10: Ed, Tony, and Donna share some final thoughts on the life and legacy of Betty White, as well as information on how you can still participate in The Betty White Challenge. Betty White passed away on Friday, Dec. 21, at age ninety-nine. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertis…
 
Premise: to set out ordered series of ideas -- still a good idea, yet time and patience, and an individual approach are all needed for engagement of the person with the ideas. Constant review, repetitions, re-statements and re-formulations are needed. Constant changing of techniques and methods is needed, to avoid a dead and mechanical practice. Ex…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Ed Prideaux to talk about Hallucinogen Perception Persisting Disorder (HPPD). This is a very real and distressing effect that can occur from having an intense mind-altering experience and has been associated with the use of psychedelics. However, prohibition and stigma has stifled the knowledge around this issue, w…
 
TVC 564.1: Part 1 of our final conversation with Ron Bacon, the Emmy Award-winning associate director who was also one of the true pioneers of network television. Ron Bacon passed away Tuesday, Dec. 21 at age ninety-one. Besides wearing many hats throughout his thirty-five years in network TV production, Ron was an accomplished musician and songwri…
 
TVC 564.2: Emmy Award winner Ron Bacon talks to Ed about the back story of The Chicken Man, the musical stage comedy that he wrote and produced in September 2000; his remarkable encounter with legendary trumpeter Louis Armstrong; and the joy that comes from the creative process. Ron Bacon passed away Tuesday, Dec. 21 at age ninety-one. Part 2 of th…
 
TVC 564.3: Part 2 of our conversation with Jordan Young about the television career of bandleader Spike Jones, including the near-collaboration between Jones and Ernie Kovacs in the early 1950s, when Kovacs hosted The Tonight Show. Jordan’s many books on entertainment history include Spike Jones, Off the Record: The Man Who Murdered Music, a compre…
 
TVC 564.4: Adam Sharp, president of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (aka the Daytime Emmys), discusses the recent collaboration between the Daytime Emmy Awards and the Prime Time Emmys regarding two major changes that will go into effect in 2022, including the creation of the Children’s and Family Emmy Awards as a standalone fr…
 
TVC 564.5: Adam Sharp, president of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (aka the Daytime Emmys), shares a few thoughts on the recent passing of Betty White and John Madden. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our p…
 
TVC 564.6: From the floor of the Hollywood Museum’s recent Celebrity Authors Forum: Ed welcomes Geoffrey Mark, host of Geoffrey Mark Plays Ella, a new radio show that celebrates the music of the First Lady of Song, and the author of the forthcoming The New Lucy Book, a comprehensive look at the career of Lucille Ball on television, radio, stage, an…
 
TVC 564.7: From the floor of the Hollywood Museum’s recent Celebrity Authors Forum: Ed welcomes Michael Stern, author of I Had a Ball: My Friendship with Lucille Ball. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They’re great …
 
SHOW NOTES Introduction Neville’s explanation of the 12 Disciples as aspects of the mind occurs in Chapter 18 of Your Faith is Your Fortune. Our purpose is to offer an interpretation and commentary on this extraordinary self-training. Neville’s introduction The disciples received the power against “unclean spirits, sickness and disease.” Understand…
 
TVC 563.1: Playwright and author Jordan Young joins Ed for a look at the television career of Spike Jones, the legendary bandleader and musical satirist whose influence in comedy and satire paved the way for the likes of Monty Python, Jimmy Buffett, George Carlin, Peter Sellers, and, arguably most notably, Weird Al Yankovic. Jordan Young’s many boo…
 
TVC 563.2: Jordan Young, author of Spike Jones, Off the Record: The Man Who Murdered Music, talks to Ed about the many ideas that Jones for television programming (even though TV itself never quite figured out how to put his talents to use); Jones’ skill for marketing himself and his band; and how Dr. Demento helped create two new generations of Sp…
 
TVC 563.3: From the floor of the Hollywood Museum’s recent Celebrity Authors Forum: Ed welcomes Kelly Conway, the eldest of Tim Conway’s six children (and his only daughter), and the author of My Dad’s Funnier Than Your Dad: Growing Up with Tim Conway in the Funniest House in America, a poignant look at who Tim Conway was, as a father and as a pers…
 
TVC 563.4: From the floor of the Hollywood Museum’s recent Celebrity Authors Forum: Ed welcomes Carol Hoenig, author of The Greatest Reviews I’ve Ever Read, a collaboration with Emmy Award winner John Barbour that not only features some of John’s many film reviews for Los Angeles magazine, but discusses how those movies impacted Carol’s life. Want …
 
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