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Defenders Dialogue

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Defenders Dialogue

The Brian Keene Radio Network

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Best-selling award-winning novelists and comic book writers Christopher Golden and Brian Keene rediscover their earliest influences -- Marvel Comics of the 1970s and 1980s. The Defenders! The Champions! Black Goliath! Son of Satan! Marvel Team-Up! Tune in each week for a discussion of these and other Bronze Age classics.
 
This show is focused on the history and myth of the Cradle of Civilization, bronze age Mesopotamia, beginning with the dawn of writing. The show will cover the full history of Mesopotamia, from Gilgamesh to Nabonidas, a span of some 2500 years, with myths of heroes and gods, and tales of daily life peppered throughout. New episodes every Wednesday. Online at oldeststories.net.
 
Here we explore the Madness of Marvel Comics in the Bronze Age! This mainly includes the trippy Doctor Strange stories of the 1970s, but also other freaky four-color favorites like Morbius, Man-Thing, Howard The Duck, The Defenders, and Ghost Rider, among many others. That's right, ItW is pure comic book adrenalin distilled into a podcast of epic scope! So join us for a comic-filled jaunt... INTO THE WEIRD. ItW also offers the additional shows Dragons & Jive, House of Licensed Ideas, and Rad ...
 
A podcast focusing on the Bronze Age in the Middle East, from the development of agriculture during the Neolithic to the collapse of the Late Bronze Age world system at the end of the second millennium BCE and everything in between. Every episode also includes a look at a particular myth, ancient text, or historical figure. Season 2, on the Chalcolithic period in Mesopotamia, starts with episode 11.
 
Comedian Shane Todd and author and director Hazel Hayes are on a mission to understand the colourful past of the island they call home. From the Bronze Age to Bono, Paganism to St. Patrick, every Tuesday they share a new tale from Ireland's history and have plenty of craic while they’re at it. So pull up a chair, pin back your ears, and get ready for an education in life on the Emerald Isle.
 
Everywhere around us are echoes of the past. Those echoes define the boundaries of states and countries, how we pray and how we fight. They determine what money we spend and how we earn it at work, what language we speak and how we raise our children. From Wondery, host Patrick Wyman, PhD (“Fall Of Rome”) helps us understand our world and how it got to be the way it is.
 
The History of Ancient Greece Podcast is a deep-dive into one of the most influential and fundamental civilization in world history. Hosted by philhellene Ryan Stitt, THOAG spans over two millennia. From the Bronze Age to the Archaic Period, from Classical Greece to the Hellenistic kingdoms, and finally to the Roman conquest, this podcast will tell the history of a fundamental civilization by bringing to life the fascinating stories of all the ancient sources and scholarly interpretations of ...
 
As featured on Lego.com, Marvel.com, Slugfest and the Today Show, host Alex Grand, with guest co-hosts including Jim Thompson, Bill Field and others start off a Journalistic Comic Book Historical discussion between professionals, historians and scholars in determining what happened and when in comics, from strips and pulps to the platinum age comic book, through golden, silver, bronze and then toward modern. Topical broadcasts are made and we also take important time in interviewing professi ...
 
The most entertaining and enraging stories from mythology told casually, contemporarily, and (let's be honest) sarcastically. Greek and Roman gods did some pretty weird (and awful) things. Liv focuses on Greek and Roman mythology's (mis)treatment of women, the wild things the gods did, and the all around incredible minds of the ancient world. I mean, how did they come up with this stuff? Gods, goddesses, heroes, monsters, and everything in between. Regular episodes every Tuesday, conversatio ...
 
A time machine from the age of the Hollywood blockbuster, the George Lucas merchandising force, and the Bronze Age of comics. Todd Rogers, a chronic nostalgist, creative escapist, lunatic completest, and pop culture zealot parses memories of the past with a rotating league of guests hosts.
 
Hosted by JB Anderton, a child of the 1970s and life-long Batfan. This podcast looks back at the many incarnations of the Batman in the 1970s, including an in-depth look at DC's Batman and Detective Comics as well as his adventures on Saturday morning cartoons and Power Records stories, in order to discover what aspects of the character we know and love originated during the Bronze Age.
 
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Lodging Leaders

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Lodging Leaders

Jon Albano and Judy Maxwell

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Lodging Leaders is an award-winning weekly podcast that examines trends and issues impacting the hospitality industry. Each week, we bring listeners on a journey through engaging stories narrated by co-hosts by Jon Albano and Judy Maxwell, and amplified by interviews with hospitality experts and other thought leaders. Each enhanced episode leverages modern media to provide closed captions, chapter markers with images and links, and an expanded multimedia report with downloadable transcriptio ...
 
The Famous Filson Sisters have been around the block. These identical twin sisters and heiresses to a vast family fortune have been entertaining audiences the world over for generations. From their early days on the vaudevillian stages of the Catskills, to their USO radio spectaculars, to their wildly popular television variety shows, appearances, and to the BROADcast podcast today, Ann and Nancy Filson are true pop icons and the original ‘twin heiress celebrities’. Of course, the Filson sis ...
 
Sex Wars focuses on modern cultural issues facing the world through a gendered perspective. Guests from all walks of life join hosts Lyndon Perry (of I,Hypocrite fame) and Annika Skywalker to discuss trending stories about dating, relationships, sexual identity, marriage and more.
 
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Brewtal

Death Dealer Productions

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Get in the pit, stock up the fridge, and listen. Join life long friends Arie Lombardozzi and Todd Bailey for weekly conversations about the latest in metal news and craft beer — a match made in hell. Turn it up to 11, crack open your beer — it’s about to get BREWTAL!
 
“It’s NPR meets Saturday Night Live — for Christians!” Nobody said that, sadly, but if they did it would describe our show. Sound of Sanity combines talk and comedy sketches, tackling different topics from everyday life, reminding regular Bible-believing Christians that we're not the crazy ones.
 
Ink & Paint is a podcast journey through the Disney animated classics! Each week, host Daniel Lammin and a special guest will look at each film in the official Disney animated canon, and talk about their artistic, historical and social context. Subscribe now to make sure you don’t miss an episode!
 
This video is a preview lasting 2:00 Minutes.TO SEE THIS SHOW IN ITS ENTIRETY, PLEASE VISIThttp://www.celebrategreece.com/products/5-kallisti-most-beautifulThis newly released documentary artfully covers the bronze age origins of the Greek island of SANTORINI. Today Santorini tuantsus to identify it with Plato's legendary lost island of ATLANTIS. The island's original name of KALLISTI, meaning "most beautiful", was given to it by the Minoans of Crete. Befittingthe name Kallisti, this documen ...
 
A podcast about the history of ancient Greece for people new to and familiar with Ancient Greek history.The Casting Through Ancient Greece podcast will focus on telling the story of Ancient Greece starting from the pre history through Archaic Greece, Classical Greece and up to the Hellenistic period. Featured throughout the podcast series will be Major events such as the Greek and Persian wars, The Peloponnesian war and Alexander the Greats war against Persia. www.castingthroughancientgreece ...
 
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Just because Plato's Atlantis was never intended to convey history doesn't meant it didn't have some historical inspiration in the form of a Bronze Age natural disaster... Plus: how did Atlantis become what it is today and where do these dangerous ideas come from? This episode was written and recorded before the eruption of the volcano in Tonga in …
 
Another Patreon episode has landed in the public domain! Well, sorta. It's Dragons & Jive Ep. 2, featuring Luke Cage VS an erstwhile buddy, Shang-Chi VS an erstwhile brother, and Iron Fist VS his uncle's proxies while reliving his erstwhile childhood in K'un 'L'un. Heavy stuff featuring the word 'erstwhile' indeed. Feedback can be sent to sinkintot…
 
Shane tells the extraordinary story of Baltimore, a sleepy village in County Cork which in 1631 was whisked away by pirates in the dead of night. Everyone was taken apart from two villagers. Hazel and Shane ask the important questions: how many people were sleeping without any pyjamas on that night? Why did anyone bother to live near the coast back…
 
Ep. 29 What If The Avengers Had Never Been What If Volume 1 Issue 3 Earth-776 Reading list: Avengers #2-3 (1963) What If #3 (1977) Dear Watchers Episode #26 Avengers Tech-On #1 (2021) Email Podcast@DearWatchers.com Twitter @DearWatchers Amazing logo is original art by @ElliotComicArt Theme music is Space Heroes by MaxKoMusic Music promoted by https…
 
DOOMPEAK DOOM 2099 #22 & 23, Marvel Comics, cover-dated October & November 1994. "The Narrow World," and "Seize the Day," written by John Francis Moore, with art in both by Pat Broderick and John Nyberg. What happens when Doom decides to expand the boundaries of his rule? Which old enemy from earlier in the series re-appears? And what of this other…
 
First, Inanna sets her mind to capturing the House of Heaven (that is, the E-anna) from her father, the sky-god An, after including it on her wedding registry proved too subtle of a request. Then, we visit Susiana, the alluvial plain just east of the Ubaid homeland, just in time to see the foundation of Susa (modern Shush— it's had the same name fo…
 
On this week’s episode of The Horror, we’ll hear the January 31, 1969, episode from Beyond Midnight titled, A Night In The Waxworks. More from Beyond Midnight https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr22021/TheHorror1055.mp3 Download TheHorror1055 Relic Radio turns 15 this year! If you’d like to help support it, visit donate.r…
 
Spoilers for all of AC Odyssey, particularly the Atlantis DLC, obviously. Assassin's Creed Odyssey is known for its accuracy... so where did it get Atlantis? Liv speaks with returning guest Dr. Kira Jones all about the world of Assassin's Creed Atlantis. Follow Kira on Twitter. Further Reading: Plato’s Timaeus and Critias, quotes translated by Benj…
 
Hey, all! It's the 2nd free episode of Into The Weird's Radio Free Hyboria, courtesy of our barbaric (in a good way) Patrons on Patreon. This time around your weirdo hosts discuss the second issues of Conan The Barbarian (1970) and Kull The Conqueror (1971). Yeti-men and Serpent Folk plague our heroes, while kingdoms hang in the balance. You dare n…
 
Liv speaks with archaeologist David S. Anderson about the concept, and harm, of pseudoarchaeology. Why it matters to promote false notions of alien intervention and the study of the very real ancient people of the world is much more important. CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typically involves gods and/or mo…
 
Murray tackles this question on the Silver Shields. Do we have any evidence that the Silver Sheilds' actual combat effectiveness began to diminish as they grew old? How much of it was true strength and how much of it was fearsome reputation? How unique were these 'old' veterans in ancient warfare? Patreon: patreon.com/anceintwarfarepodcast…
 
China’s written history goes back more than 3,000 years, stretching deep into the Bronze Age. But just how far back does it go, and how reliable are those first legendary texts when discussing a world that had already been lost for centuries? They speak of powerful kings and capital cities, and a dynasty called the Xia, but can we find them in the …
 
Supernatural investigator Mark Merlin takes centre stage in our first flashback episode of 2022. Join David and Peter as they perform a dramatic reading of his story from House of Secrets 49. They also do a deep dive on the history and development of Mark Merlin and the origin of Prince Ra-Man including some relatively recent appearances! Is he the…
 
Episode 46 Breakdown: Intro | 0:00 Beer Breakdown | 6:39 (Ranch Fire Hard Seltzer and Upland Brewing Company's Dragonfly IPA) Metal News | 15:37 Tours | 25:33 New Music | 37:07 Featured Band | 47:20 (Arise From Worms) Synopsis: 2021 was one HELL of a year for metal music, but 2022 is looking just as promising. Todd is starting off his year on a "po…
 
We've heard the original source for Atlantis, but why is it that Plato's Timaeus and Critias can't be termed "myths"? If it isn't a myth, how do we know that there isn't some history behind it? This episode details what we do know about Plato's Atlantis and what that proves. CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and t…
 
This week, Shane and Hazel are broadcasting remote to bring you the episode we’ve all been waiting for: it’s the history of the leprechaun! They reflect on of their (weird) depictions in pop culture, Shane reveals one very odd wish he would ask for if he caught one of the pesky troublemakers, and there’s discussion about some recent sightings which…
 
Into The Weird proudly presents our 3rd Patreon show, now available to ALL you weird listeners out there. This one deals specifically with the properties Marvel licensed in the 1970s, such as Parker Brothers' (now Hasbro's) ROM, Mego's Micronauts, and Toho's Godzilla, among many others. So sit back and strap yourself in for a madcap psychedelic ody…
 
Ep. 28 What If The Scarlet Witch Hadn't Acted Alone What If Avengers Disassembled Volume 1 Issue 1 Earths-22795 Reading list: Avengers #500-503 (2004) Captain America & The Falcon #6-7 (2004) What If Avengers Disassembled #1 (2010) Scarlet Witch #8 (2016) Email Podcast@DearWatchers.com Twitter @DearWatchers Amazing logo is original art by @ElliotCo…
 
Daniel is joined by Modupe Aladejebi, Senior Clinical Practitioner at Kids First, to look at the beautifully melancholy classic ‘The Rescuers’ and discuss how the film speaks to the experiences of children and families in crisis and the process of helping them overcome their trauma. For extensive show notes and rare images, visit https://www.inkand…
 
Synopsis: In the mid-11th century BC, the Hittite kingdoms of northern Syria are joined by others– in the Philistine pentapolis, the Amuq plain and the region of Classical Cilicia – with ties to the former Mycenaean Greeks. The Phoenician cities of the Levantine coast begin to step from the shadow of post-Collapse Egypt. “I am really Azatiwada, Man…
 
Synopsis: In the mid-11th century BC, the Hittite kingdoms of northern Syria are joined by others– in the Philistine pentapolis, the Amuq plain and the region of Classical Cilicia – with ties to the former Mycenaean Greeks. The Phoenician cities of the Levantine coast begin to step from the shadow of post-Collapse Egypt. “I am really Azatiwada, Man…
 
The CBS Radio Mystery Theater brings us our story for this week’s episode of The Horror. From March 6, 1974, we’ll hear, The Sending. More from The CBS Radio Mystery Theater https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr22021/TheHorror1054.mp3 Download TheHorror1054 Relic Radio turns 15 this year! If you’d like to help support it,…
 
A late entry into the worst people ever compendium, Tomas de Torquemada, the first and greatest Grand Inquisitor of The Spanish Inquisition. A man who began with a broad national mandate to root out heretics and insincere converses, and ended so loathed by everyone in Spain that he needed armed escorts wherever he went. A zealot so intransigent tha…
 
Hey, Weird Ones. It's another Into The Weird Patreon episode! This time around we present DRAGONS & JIVE, featuring three of our favorite Marvel street level characters: The Master of Kung Fu, a certain Hero For Hire, and everyone's favorite Living Weapon. Tune in to hear an in-depth discussion of Special Marvel Edition #15, Hero For Hire #1, and M…
 
Liv speaks with researcher Flint Dibble all about the archaeology of the Mediterranean, what we know about Plato's Atlantis, and more importantly: what we know about Athens from the Bronze Age and earlier! Twitter threads mentioned in the episode: Atlantis in current pop culture, the dangers of Atlantis "lore", erotic vases. CW/TW: far too many Gre…
 
This episodes book recommendation: Herodotus, The Histories (Translated by Tom Holland) The eve of the Greek and Persian wars would see a point in Macedonian history where the transition of power from one king to another would take place. This would see Amyntas after his rule since the mid 6th century pass power to his son Alexander the first at th…
 
'To the Greeks and Romans, the Trojan War was the beginning of all warfare and set the standards for the expected behaviour of all men. How does the epic fit actual history?' The Ancient Warfare podcast team discuss the latest issue of the magazine X.3 Warfare in the Age of Homer. Patreon: patreon.com/ancientwarfarepodcast…
 
First, we meet the moon god Nanna-Suen (alias Sin, alias Ashimbabbar), as he prepares to journey from Ur upriver to the city of his father Enlil. Then, a brief look at the Halaf culture (early-mid 5000s BCE) in late Neolithic upper Mesopotamia, which managed to avoid social hierarchy and wealth inequality millennia after developing agriculture and …
 
Quarter-Bin Podcast #178 Eternity Smith #3, Hero Comics, cover-dated November 1987. "Death Masque," and "The Threat of the Sensuous Siren," both written by Dennis Mallonee, with art by Rick Hoberg & E.R. Cruz. What happens when a terrorist plots to take out the San Diego Comic-Con? Can a time-traveling action hero and his daughter save the Con? Lis…
 
How did Latin splinter into the Romance languages? In this episode, we explore how Latin transformed from a single, widely dispersed language into a series - French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Romanian, and so on - of related but no longer mutually intelligible tongues. Patrick's book is now available! Get The Verge: Reformation, Renaissance, an…
 
Bayard Rustin, the man behind the March on Washington, was one of the most consequential architects of the civil rights movement you may never have heard of. Rustin imagined how nonviolent civil resistance could be used to dismantle segregation in the United States. He organized around the idea for years and eventually introduced it to Dr. Martin L…
 
When ordinary citizens panic and riot at the sight of a weakened Spectre, it's up to one man to bring him to justice... Detective Captain Jim Corrigan?!?!?!? Join David and Peter as they cover this sensational tale from issue 5 of the Spectre. This story has it all. Mystery, suspense, action, thrills, an old foe, a new foe and a MASSIVE DINOSAUR! O…
 
The Legend of Kirta, called Keret in some translations, can be a bit hard to understand, especially for a modern audience used to things like the three act structure and protagonists who fit neatly into any sort of moral categories at all. This is the first of our stories from Ugarit, and we are starting with one that we don't even know if it is me…
 
Episode 45 Breakdown: Intro | 0:00 What we're drinking | 3:41 (Lagunitas Brewing Company's Hazy Wonder IPA and Dogfish Head's Utopias Barrel-aged World Wide Stout) Top 5 Featured Beers of the Year | 13:55 Top 5 EPs of the Year | 28:01 Top 5 Albums of the Year | 43:28 Top 5 Most Brewtal Albums of the Year | 1:11:17 Most Brewtal Song of the Year | 1:…
 
The story of Atlantis has fascinated the world for centuries... But how many of us know where the story came from, or what is actually included in the original source? Episode one of Deconstructing Atlantis dives into the story of Atlantis as it exists in the Timaeus and Critias. CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, …
 
Remember those pesky, sexy Vikings who took down Brian Boru? They're back on the pod and they're pillaging more monasteries than ever before. Hazel explains why for Ireland the Vikings were like that mate that constantly crashes on your sofa, clarifies that they did not build a 10th century Aldi, and reintroduces us to alpha Soup Dragon Sigtrygg Si…
 
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