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You are marooned a desert island with a few books and records. Fast forward three years. You now rule the island with an iron fist. But what laws will you enact? What will you ban? Each week, comedian Jacob Hatton interviews a new castaway from the worlds of science, journalism, politics and entertainment and asks them about their own personal island. Will it be a utopia or a nightmare?
 
You’re invited to the Desert Island Society, where Madeline and Xander ask and answer the classic question… If you were taken to a desert island, what would you bring? From 80’s synth songs and dystopian video games to pizza toppings and family board games, we’re getting pretty specific about what’s coming with us. So, what are you bringing?
 
Welcome to Desert Island Dishes, the weekly podcast where chef Margie Nomura talks to a special guest about the dishes that have shaped their lives.Here you will find conversations with a whole range of different people discussing their 7 Desert Island Dishes. We will find out about their favourite childhood dishes, the dishes they eat the most often, and the dishes that mean the most to them. And of course we will also discover what their last dish would be before being cast off to the dese ...
 
Dave Pisani, Barry Kay and Tod Pleasant have teamed up to create the Regular Joes Podcast, a show that will focus on various aspects of the things they love most, movies, toys, sci-fi, tv shows, comics, collecting, and much more. Each episode will feature subjects such as the cool vehicles and props from classic movies and tv show, the movie you would want to have with you if you were stranded on a desert island as well as new or notable items the guys have added to their varied collections. ...
 
PROUDLY SPONSORED BY PIETER TOERIEN PRODUCTIONS. People of Note is broadcast on Sunday evening at 6 pm on Fine Music Radio with a repeat on Thusday afternoon at 1 pm, presented by Rodney Trudgeon. Says Rodney: “There are a number of fascinating people who pass through Cape Town and I’ve always felt there to be a need for a programme that allows an in-depth discussion with these personalities. Whether their fields are music, literature, theatre, dance, opera or even politics and economics, we ...
 
Welcome back to the Beer O'Clock Australia Podcast! Join Angus and Dylan for the least timely news, strongest lager opinions and worst segues in podcasting. Tune in somewhere around the middle of every month for a range of eclectic segments - including recent favourites, desert island beers, cellar raiding and guest interviews - focusing on craft beer around the world from our Melbourne homes.
 
Life and Books and Everything is a podcast hosted by Kevin DeYoung, Justin Taylor, and Collin Hansen where discussions are centered on, well, life and books and a little bit of everything. On any given episode, Kevin, Justin, and Collin may end up discussing sports, movies, politics, history, ministry, or current events. You’ll get some serious stuff, some humor, and some wonderful recommendations on outstanding Midwestern cuisine. Mostly, you’ll hear about books—books we like, books we don’ ...
 
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This week, we hear what songs some of our past guests like Todd Rundgren and Tune-Yards would want with them on a desert island. Plus hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk with music journalist Steven Hyden about the new documentary "Woodstock 99: Peace, Love and Rage." Take our Survey: https://bit.ly/3i4BWdinsn Join our Facebook Group: https://bit…
 
Robert Macfarlane is a writer whose books about the natural world, including The Wild Places and The Old Ways, have won many prizes and taken root in the best-seller charts. He was born into a family of enthusiastic amateur climbers and his early memories include being carried up the Cairngorms on his father's back. This childhood experience led to…
 
“Everyone is excited about the new Ghostbusters film,” Which, frankly, is a phrase we haven’t been able to say since 1989. The trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife looks incredible. As we creep closer to the film’s November release trepidation over the franchise’s next incarnation is rapidly being replaced by eager anticipation. Who you gonna call? …
 
From his daily coffee addiction to the 'war on drugs', science writer Michael Pollan's research into three psychoactive substances derived from plants was broad in scope. In this episode he talks about how caffeine, opium and mescaline affect our brains, change us as people, and make a profound impact on societies that use them(CW: Drug references)…
 
In this bonus podcast news contributor Althea Legaspi talks with Alejandro Escovedo about his work to make mental health care accessible to music industry professionals. Jim, Greg and Althea also discuss the state of mental health in the music industry more broadly, including the recent developments with Britney Spears. Join our Facebook Group: htt…
 
In this book club episode, we discuss A Million Reasons Why by Jessica Strawser. When a simple DNA test is taken, it blows up the life for one woman and gives hope to another. Caroline lives a full, happy life; Sela lives a life in shades of grey. But, both have just discovered they're sisters. As always, will this book make it onto the shelf? Or w…
 
Brisbane-born Carol followed her heart to Papua New Guinea in the 1960s. Her husband, Buri Kidu, a young lawyer from a village near the capital with a deep sense of duty went on to became the nation's first Indigenous Chief Justice. After Sir Buri's premature death, Carol entered politics, blazing a trail for women in a intensely patriarchal politi…
 
In homage to the BBC's classic Desert Island Discs, the Books to Last Podcast challenges book lovers and readers from all over to select the five books they would take to their mystery remote locale. Tangents and anecdotes likely. This episode dives into the second half of bookish duo Mary & Lalig, co-hosts of Book Shrine podcast. We had so much fu…
 
WELCOME RAVERS, LARGE & SMALL TO THE 'ON THE RAVE' RADIO SHOW - EPISODE 6!! In this months episode Addie and Gav blast tunes and act like kids for 2 hours... Our radio show goes out live on Method Radio, via MIXLR on the first Saturday of each month (Last show was Saturday 5th June 2021 (8pm-10pm) // Next show is LIVE on 24th June 2021) You can tun…
 
Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot share some music you may have missed that you need to hear. We call these songs buried treasures. Plus, they talk with Damon Locks about his Black Monument Ensemble project, bid farewell to Biz Markie and hear from some listeners. Take our Survey: https://bit.ly/3i4BWdinsn Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3si…
 
Ok, so if there is one thing for certain about the Marvel Cinematic Universe based shows streaming on Disney+ we never quite know what we are getting. WandaVision kept people guessing. Falcon and the Winter Soldier was the can’t miss vehicle that somehow never quite got out of Captain America’s giant shadow. And then there’s Loki. What could be bet…
 
In this bonus podcast producer Andrew Gill interviews comedian Chris Gethard about his new stand up special "Half My Life" and the connections between music and comedy. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9T Become a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvc Make a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lU Send us a Voice Memo: https://b…
 
Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill is an Olympic gold medallist and three-time world champion heptathlete, and is one of the most successful women in British sporting history. She was the face of Team GB during the 2012 London Olympics, and her image adorned billboards and hoardings across the country in the run up to the Games.Born in Sheffield, Jessica disc…
 
ROB DA RHYTHM - 'ON THE RAVE' with Addie and Gav #45 ‘ON THE RAVE with Addie and Gav’ presents #HardcoreHistories ** Think Desert Island Discs, but for ravers ** Expect everything from amen breaks to zebracore! Powered by Podbean and sponsored by XPRESS LIFESTYLE SOLUTIONS = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = In each show w…
 
Dawn Richard is a thriving indie artist making exciting and genre blending music on her own terms. But nothing could have prepared her for the chaos that would come from beginning her career as a member of the Diddy-constructed pop group, Danity Kane. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk with Dawn about her fantastic new album Second Line and abou…
 
Remember way back like 10 years ago when we would wait years or even a decade to see the next film in a franchise released? Marvel changed that giving us as many as four MCU films in a single year . . . until they didn’t. The unbearable 2 year gap between Spider-Man Far From Home (2019) and the long delayed Black Widow is over. The First (female) A…
 
In this bonus podcast Kendall Polidori talks about her article for the Chicago Reader about the current state of Chicago venues and the benefit albums trying to help keep them afloat. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9T Become a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvc Make a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lU Send us a Voice …
 
In homage to the BBC's classic Desert Island Discs, the Books to Last Podcast challenges book lovers and readers from all over to select the five books they would take to their mystery remote locale. Tangents and anecdotes likely. This episode dives into the first half of bookish duo Mary & Lalig, co-hosts of Book Shrine podcast. We had so much fun…
 
Join the Kontigo Collective, Gregorio, Anna, Trader Sampson, Phoenix Ablaze and myself, chat about the history and contributions of Harry Yee from the Hawaiian Village! Harry Yee was a pioneer in tropical cocktails including the creation of the Blue Hawaii, Tapa Punch, Tropical Itch and Hawaiian Eye. And, he was the first bartender to garnish cockt…
 
Rodney Trudgeon’s guest on People of Note this week is the author and journalist BRENT MEERSMAN. Brent is also co-editor of the news organisation Ground Up and his work has been published internationally. One of his latest books is called A Childhood Made UP – Living with my mother’s madness. The book has been described by Zapiro as “cathartic, ins…
 
Following up the guitar masterpiece of OK Computer, Radiohead threw the music world for a loop with Kid A. More than twenty years after it's release hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk with author Steven Hyden about how the album was made and its lasting impact. Plus Jim and Greg talk with author Paul Gorman about the subversive life of Malcolm M…
 
As we move in into a summer that seems to alternate between extremes of very hot and very wet, the Regular Joes catch up on their recommendations for what to watch if you are stuck inside. To the surprise of no one who listens, Tod recommends Evil, formerly on CBS now “the best reason to have Paramount Plus.” Dave makes a pitch for Bosch in it seve…
 
A Gangulu elder, Mick was Co-Commissioner of the high profile Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children in the Northern Territory. Mick's fierce advocacy for young people is due in part to a sliding doors moment in his teens(CW: Discussion of suicide. And for ATSI listeners please be advised this conversation contains the names…
 
Greg adds a song to the Desert Island Jukebox that he thought featured Steve Cropper on guitar, but actually has Booker T. Jones playing organ and guitar. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9T Become a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvc Make a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lU Send us a Voice Memo: https://bit.ly/2RyD5Ah…
 
Aunty Kath, Oodgeroo Noonuccal, was Valerie's godmother, and just one of many staunch political figures on both sides of her family. Val worked her way to becoming a powerful advocate for Aboriginal people and her family CW: ATSI listeners please use discretion when listening as the program references people who have died.…
 
Vic grew up on an Aboriginal mission in Sydney's La Perouse in the 1950s, becoming a singing star in his teens. He went on to write and record Australia's first Aboriginal protest album, while in prison. Luke Peacock 'unearthed' Vic's album decades later, and worked alongside him, to bring it to a new public (R)…
 
On People of Note this week I’ll be talking to the author and photographer JOCELIN KAGAN, whose new book, Africa’s Wild Dogs – A Survival Story, is a collection of spectacular photographs of these fascinating animals, a celebration in fact of one of the continent’s most charismatic and endangered predators. Jocelin made it her mission to bring the …
 
Paul Costelloe is a fashion designer who recently celebrated his 36th year showing at London Fashion Week, making him the event’s longest-standing designer.Paul was born in Dublin where his father ran a successful company making raincoats. He studied at the Grafton Academy of Fashion Design and then moved to Paris where he started a fashion course …
 
Fay Milton is best known as the drummer of Savages, but lately her focus has been getting the music world involved in fighting climate change. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk with Milton and revisit an interview with Joe Talbot of IDLES, another English group working for change. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9T Become a member …
 
After the five Regular Joe’s spent much of the afternoon engrossed in day one of the Prop Store auction Barry, Dave, Tod and Brian got together to decompress, recover from a brutal case of price shock, and mourn the ones that got away. There are a lot of things that have changed in the last year. Who could have imagined that one of the them would h…
 
Today we chat with Chris and Lis Summers! Chris and Lis are recent former residents of the Hawaiian island of Oahu. How many of you have dreamt of picking up your current life and moving it to Hawaii? Well, Chris and Lis did just that when they left California for a new life in Hawaii. After a couple years living as island locals, they're back in C…
 
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