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Every house is haunted. In each episode of Family Ghosts, we investigate the true story behind a mysterious figure whose legend has followed a family for generations. Grandmothers who were secretly jewel smugglers, uncles who led double lives, siblings who vanished without a trace, and other ghostly characters who cast shadows over our lives in ways that might not be immediately obvious. We are all formed in part by our familial collections of secrets, intrigues, and myths. By engaging with ...
TBTL (Too Beautiful to Live) is a daily weekday podcast from Luke Burbank and co-host/producer Andrew Walsh. It is about life, current events, popular culture, puttering, serial boat ownership, and night pants. Hotline: (206) 414-8285.
Like late-night for radio, hosted by Luke Burbank (Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me), the show artfully blends an eclectic mix of artists, musicians, writers, filmmakers, comedians and cultural observers. Music, comedy, and conversation, live and packed with surprises.
Stack of Dimes headbutts the internet with shows about movies, junk food, the 80's and 90's, childhood memories, and JCVD. We are the official podcast for all of your guilty pleasures.
Created with the excess time one has when he is a stay at home husband, I bring you Under the Blanket a semi Original Podcast. With such intriguing topics as dumb people we know, sports, all things nerd, the movie "Uncommon Valor", whiskey, really good music, girls we never slept with, life and everything in between. Please join us as we learn about you, and you learn how to be awesome, coming to you weekly till we are too hungover to talk about anything. Life is never perfect its always a l ...
Forget “Bones or No Bones”, Luke and Andrew realize they’re playing a game called “Brains or No Brains” every time they turn on their mics. And today they have No Brains. They also get around to discussing the fascinating “Bad Art Friend” story that riled everyone up recently.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke and Andrew find their beloved Seahawks at 2-5 with another painful loss last night. They also try to remember way back to last Thursday’s Browns win over Denver.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Andrew receives a gift from a listener in an unusual way. Luke regrets buying chowder coffee at the airport. And listener Harper calls back to give some context to her recent misdemeanor.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke and his friends ended up accidentally hacking the mainframe this weekend, raising a moral conundrum. Plus, it turns out we’re all just waiting to find out if we’re going to have a Bones Day or a No Bones Day.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
A mysterious story has haunted the city of Baltimore for 25 years. Can Sam unravel the truth...before the truth unravels him? Follow The Rumor on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen.By WALT FM
It’s Spooky Halloween Time (Spooky Halloween Time!) and Bobby, Christy, Hillary and Ann have gathered to discuss the most important part of this sacred season—the candy. From top treats to worst tricks and childhood memories to adult stashing strategies, this episode is the house that gives out full-size bars in the cul-de-sac that is your podcatch…
Luke has an absolute NIGHTMARE of a morning in New York City with a story that has Andrew’s blood running cold. Plus, a plan to save a bunch of dogs using drones goes sideways when “The A-Team” shows up. (Today’s intro tape via Chris Fleming)By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello get into the spooky season and share some memorable Halloween costumes; filmmakers Cristina Costantini & Kareem Tabsch reveal the man behind the cape in their Netflix documentary Mucho Mucho Amor about famed Puerto Rican astrologer Walter Mercado; and singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell takes us to the …
It's that time of year when JD and Thunder barely talk about candy, costumes and haunted houses.
Luke is in New York City, where he is recruiting new TBTL listeners one at a time. Plus, some research shows that ambulance sirens may cause more harm than good.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Stories about unexpected impulses with deep generational roots. Hubby Jenkins tells the story of discovering a deep connection with his banjo, and Dr. Njoki McElroy tells the story of an evil happening in Sherman, Texas. Find more of Hubby's music at https://hubbyjenkins.com/, and read more about Dr. McElroy at http://www.drnjokimcelroy.com/. This …
Luke and Andrew realize at the last minute that they can open the phone lines and take calls from listeners. So they do! Plus, Luke is shocked to hear that Andrew had a college radio show.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke swings by the studios of Walsh, Walsh And Doormat, which Andrew hopes smells okay for him. Plus, the highest-paid state employee in Washington just lost his job over a vaccination mandate. And a listener calls in with a fascinating story about breaking the law and getting caught.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke and Andrew lick their wounds after a couple of devastating losses for their beloved football teams this weekend.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke and Andrew discuss the rules of self-checkout kiosks at the grocery store and why Andrew is now on the wrong side of the law. Plus, a pack of zebra are on the loose in Maryland, and one zealous TV reporter thinks this is the story that will make him famous.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Getting lost is a communal fear of some of your TSHE hosts. While we all (obviously) have a good sense of direction now, Meredith, Bobby, and Hillary discuss their tales of being adrift. Whether it is in the wilds of Hawaii, on the mean streets of Grand Rapids, or even in our own damn neighborhood, getting lost is completely disorienting, frustrati…
Andrew confesses to some embarrassing Twitter-related action this morning. Luke can relate. Plus, why you should never ask to see the chef at a restaurant, and other TBTL advice.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello chat about household rules we struggle to enforce; actor and humorist Nick Offerman discusses his newest book Where the Deer and the Antelope Play and how he squares his life in Los Angeles with his agrarian sensibilities; comedian and "Dope Queen" Phoebe Robinson explains why no one is allowed to si…
Luke and Andrew discover “the worst video game ever created,” which leads Andrew to a new obsession. Plus, is Stephen King out here just making up words like “orlesque”?By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke’s interview with a film director suffers some technical setbacks. Meanwhile, Andrew accidentally put on his Good Socks today, even though he didn’t need to. And “Power Out Linda” sets the record straight regarding her role on TBTL.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke and Andrew are surprised to learn that a sixth iteration of Home Alone is coming to theaters, and that it features some of their favorite comedians. Plus, Paul McCartney continues to make headlines, this time by negging the Rolling Stones.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke and Andrew brace for the future after the Seahawks lost their game...and their quarterback. And the Browns suffer a painful, high-scoring loss to Justin Herbert’s L.A. Chargers.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke stumbled on one of the weirdest, most fascinating stories about a rock band that he’s ever heard. It involves “Fake Zombies.” Plus, Paul McCartney says he didn’t break up The Beatles.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Along with being Birthday Month™ in the TSHE Universe, October brings the Coven out to get spooooky. Bite into our Stevie Wonder sandwich and discover the superstitions we’re mostly, kinda, pretty sure aren’t real things? The Lady Scientists are skeptical, while the Lady Non-scientists talk a lot about how numbers feel. Hillary thinks she may be cl…
A San Francisco sandwich shop is eliciting a lot of confusion with its latest commercial. Plus, Luke blew out his voice again last night, and Andrew’s excited to see 4 Non-Blondes back in the headlines.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello discover what topics listeners would discuss on their hypothetical podcasts; comedian Jamie Loftus unpacks her Lolita Podcast, which reexamines the controversial literary classic through a feminist lens; comedian and television writer Demi Adejuyigbe (The Good Place, The Amber Ruffin Show) explains w…
Andrew has jumped head-first into the surveillance game, and it’s paying off. Sort of. Plus, Luke’s awkward exchange in an elevator forces him to adopt a British accent from this day forward.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Thi Bui tells producer Jennifer Lai about the delicate process of asking her parents about their worst experiences - and the even more delicate process of turning those conversations into works of art. Listen to Jennifer’s current project, The Slowdown, here. And find Thi’s memoir, “The Best We Could Do,” here. Family Ghosts is made possible thanks…
William Shatner is going to space, but he’s still a jerk. And the results of this year’s Fat Bear contest creates an uproar. And listener Dave mark’s this year’s Trucktober festivities with a special poem.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Andrew’s adventures in plumbing go predictably sideways. Plus, Facebook, Instagram, and all their related products shut down for most of yesterday. Maybe that’s a good thing?By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke and Andrew say goodbye to a magical Mariner’s season, and they recap this weekend’s wins by the Seahawks and Browns (Sorry, Stu.)By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke destroyed his voice this weekend rooting for his Seattle Mariners. But that doesn’t stop a podcaster! Also, farewell Ozy Media, we hardly knew thee.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Ready. Set. Talk about Great British Bake Off! Join Ann, Meredith and Bobby for a special celebration of GBBO and a discussion of the premiere episode of the show’s latest season. Note: This episode contains spoilers for Episode 1 of the latest season—nothing is left shrouded in gingham here. Plus: Meredith issues an update on Bear, Ann issues an a…
Roden, JD and Thunder head down to Palm Springs for some fun in the sun, courtesy of listener Gary!
Luke’s travelling up to Seattle this weekend to drink in that sweet Mariners playoff race energy. Plus, Netflix’s new, wildly popular offering “Squid Game” is creating issues for a fellow who’s phone number is used in the show.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello share listener advice to their teenage selves; actor Marlee Matlin discusses her critically-acclaimed new film CODA and why she's advocating for Deaf actors to play Deaf roles; writer Melissa Febos opens up about her new collection of essays, Girlhood, which looks at the forces that shape the lives o…
Andrew receives a surprise email at the beginning of today’s show. Plus, Mick Jagger chills at a little bar in North Carolina, and it’s kind of charming as hell.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke and Andrew realize that they’ve been missing a BIG DETAIL in their ongoing Duck Painting Coverage. Plus, a Danish artist pockets a bunch of government cash and calls it art. And Eminem is opening a restaurant called “Mom’s Spaghetti.”By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke and Andrew try to make sense of the Seahawks’ 1-2 start after a loss to the Vikings. Meanwhile, the Cleveland defense almost murdered Chicago’s rookie QB. And the Mariners continue to keep it interesting, with only 5 games left to play.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke and Andrew get an update on a mysterious duck painting, as well as a 40 million dollar conference call gone awry. Plus, a listener calls in with a story about getting a too-good-to-be-true deal on a kitchen appliance.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Luke is giving up coffee, at least for a week. Also, Alabama’s leading boudoir photographer and barrel racer is upset that the state has confiscated his opossum named Donovan.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh
Today we have a pop culture extravaganza!! Movies, podcasts, tv, what have you! It’s basically an oversized TSHE recommends. Christy and Hillary break down the Emmys (good wins, bad wins, and what’s the deal with B Positive?). Also, Jeremy makes a return appearance to tell us what he’s been up to - road trips in South Dakota (or a Dakota?), battlin…
Luke stepped on a meatball, and then had a weird experience at the doctor’s office. These are unrelated events.By Luke Burbank & Andrew Walsh