Fake Christopher Walken invites us into his home to enjoy readings of some of the worlds most classic novels
Music based podcast hosted by Yusuff aka Big Man Yus. Tune in for in-depth discussions, conversations, reviews, and interviews about both UK and US Hip Hop/Rap, R&B, Soul, Grime, Afro-Swing, Trap, Drill and much more. Twitter and Instagram: @bigmanyus / @album_cuts
Two indie rock musicians, Bill Lambusta and Brian Erickson, dive into the fandom of great rock and pop music and how it connects to their lives through the lens of the medium they care for most, the album. Episodes frequently include guest contributions from musicians, podcasters, and journalists and always culminate in a track by track review.
Each week filmmaker Jeremy Dylan chats with a musician/songwriter about their favorite album of all time - the songs, the history and how it has influenced their own music.
Breaking news on the environment, climate change, pollution, and endangered species. Also featuring Climate Connections, a special series on climate change co-produced by NPR and National Geographic.
weekly episodes about taylor swift and her music
A band from Springfield, Missouri discusses discographies, one album at a time.
New Music Everyday from 5pm - 6pm! Everything Of Nothing the album Oct. 23rd! Cut From The Difference the mixtape Sept. 12th! Poetic for the ladies Sept. 20th! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prvphxcymusic/support
Aircheck of KJLR-FM featuring classic rock favorites mixed with deep tracks. This station was built on a foundation of solid rock, and features your classic rock favorites plus album tracks, demo versions, live versions, classic pop, classic country, and even a little blues. Let us know what you think at email@example.com.
Everyone has albums that were special to them at different times in their life. Deeper Cuts brings three people together to listen to those albums. Join Graeme Burk, Shannon Dohar and Rob Jones every week as they listen to an album that meant something one to them and discuss what it means to them now.
Ryan Rainbro, star of stage & screen, is joined by a friend to discuss one album in the history of RoadRunner Records chronologically. Find out how your favorite classics or unknown gems fit in the label's canon or informs music today!
Filmmaker Eddie Rhea and visual artist Khari Saffo have in-depth conversations and hot takes on the music they love! Deeper Cuts dives into everything from favorite middle school jams, to the best groggy-voiced singers, to breakdowns of their favorite artist’s new releases and histories Follow us on all social media @deepercutspod
Bob Stern brings you his Classic Deep Cut of the Day mostly from the original vinyl.
Your home for heavy metal, hardcore punk and hard rock album reviews (www.themightydecibel.com)... and twice weekly podcasts. Our New Release Mondays podcasts include our Extreme Metal, Doom Metal, Hardcore Punk, Hard'N'Heavy and Demo/EP series. Meanwhile, our Thursday podcasts revisit music from the past through our Best Of, Hidden Gems, Discography and ... For Metalheads series. Horns up!
An album review show where your host, The 401, discusses an album with his friends.
Formerly titled “Music That Matters,” The Weekly Mix delivers a wonderfully eclectic mix from the knowledgeable KEXP DJs straight to your ears. With a range of themes curated by a different DJ each week and featuring genre-defying artists from around the world, The Weekly Mix helps you cut through the clutter of the digital landscape by highlighting music we think you should hear. It’s the perfect accompaniment to your work day, your work out, or your whatever!
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If you've ever wanted to know more about the creative process of a full-length album, you're in luck. Tales From the Homestead is a podcast series that takes you behind the scenes of Tallsome Tales, the sixth release from The Carnivaleros. The Tucson-based band describes their music as Desert Bayou, which includes a mix of Eastern European, Zydeco, and Tex-Mex influences. Every episode, we deconstruct a new song before playing it, giving you the inside scoop on every cut off the album. You'l ...
Osiris Media presents The Drop, a daily podcast sharing music news, artist interviews, and highlights from across the Osiris network. The Drop is brought to you by CashorTrade. Osiris works in media partnership with JamBase.
Are you tired? Stressed? Or anxious right now? Well, we understand because we are too. Sometimes we just wanna cut loose. So, sit down, take a load off, and join us as we laugh, cry, and do everything in between. We talk about everything and nothing, including cultures, food, music, movies, whatever you can think of. And we might even sprinkle in some legal stuff too. Come one, come all, everyone is welcome!
What are the greatest songs of all-time? Hosts Chris Jones and Tim Malcolm nominate songs for the Hall of Songs, with each episode tackling a new year chronologically, starting with 1951. Listeners are asked to vote after each episode for the songs they feel should reach the Hall of Songs.
Weekend Edition Sunday features interviews with newsmakers, artists, scientists, politicians, musicians, writers, theologians and historians.
Talking all things Rap & Hip-Hop, from the UK to across the pond. The facts are black and white, but our opinions are somewhere in the middle. New episodes are available on the 10th and 25th of each month! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Love Country? Then talk to Chuck! Chuck brings his unique perspective on what’s really happening in the world of Country. With behind the scenes access to the biggest stars.. but not just Country Stars!! Actors, Athletes, Celebs, you name it.. As long as they “Love Country”. But here’s where it gets cool.. Not famous? Not a Celeb? YOU can still be a part of “Talk to Chuck” podcast. The listeners and country fans will have a number to call and join in on the conversation. Tackling the hottest ...
Unsung is a podcast where I cover music from Top 40 to the band-next-door via reviews shorter than a song. Starting on my 26th birthday (1/5/15) I’ll be reviewing an album (almost) every day, hoping to reach the magic number (300!) before the ball drops on 2016. Each review will start with a short synopsis, followed by a Choice Cut (stand-out track) that I will dive into and play a snippit from. I’ll then share some Next of Kin- related artists that might help you put a thumb on if this albu ...
Dana, Joe & Alan are 3 of the very best friends and every week they take turns choosing a different album to discuss. It's a long-form love-fest for good music and good friends, best friends, SUPER best friends.
The award-winning Story Pirates Podcast takes stories written by kids and turns them into sketch comedy and songs. Made up of talented comedians, songwriters, and frequent celebrity guests, the Story Pirates inspire kids to create, bringing laughter to kids and grownups of all ages with hilarious sketches, catchy original songs from all genres, and interviews with the creative geniuses behind the stories… kids!
Join us for our weekly chat about our up coming tracks, current tracks and everything Titanism! www.titanism.co.uk
RN Breakfast daily stories separated out for easy listening. RN Breakfast is the program informed Australians wake up to. Start each day with comprehensive coverage and analysis of national and international events, and hear interviews with the people who matter today—along with those who'll be making news tomorrow.
Commentary, album/mixtape reviews hip hop fuckery and entertainment. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gnarlee/support
Welcome to Aroundtable....the exciting Entertainment Blog, is now bringing you the best entertainment podcast. Our goal is to give you a concise opinion to help you decide if you should watch a movie, listen to an album, read a specific comic or play a videogame. You might not agree with us, but we can ensure you that you will be entertained. Listen to us and join the conversation. We love to hear from our listeners.
Two lifelong friends discuss the albums of and topics related to their favorite band, RUSH
Every album tells a story. Introducing "Final Sessions," a new audio documentary series about music's most notable releases. The first season is a 4-part limited series detailing the long and fascinating narrative behind "Losst And Founnd," singer and songwriter Harry Nilsson's last album of new music. Known for timeless hits like "Everybody's Talkin'," "Gotta Get Up" (the theme to Netflix's "Russian Doll") and "Without You," Harry was working on his final album right up to his untimely deat ...
The Ray Hadley Morning Show: Highlights
Hello everyone and welcome to my podcast. This podcast will focus on the music reviews I have written and I will be explaining them. For now, I'm focusing on music reviews about Dreamville Records. Thank you for giving my podcast a chance. Follow my Instagram account @iam_musiccriticism and my facebook page, "Music criticism" for more music review updates. Read my book, "Dreamville music label" on wattpad, Anystories or Belletristica for music reviews concerning Dreamville Records.
Nico is on a mission to make entertainment smart again. Stay tuned every week for thought-provoking analysis from the world of movies, television, music and more. It’s time we all became a little more cultured!
IN A CITY FULL OF DIFFERENT CHARACTERS, PEOPLE ARE CATEGORIZED INTO TWO GROUPS: THE BASIC & THE NOT BASIC. THESE ARE THEIR STORIES & THIS IS...NOT A BASIC PODCAST. NOT A BASIC PODCAST FEATURES THE TALENTS OF LOCAL MIAMI RADIO CELEBRITIES: LUCY LOPEZ, IVY UNLEASHED AND CYN CITY. AVAILABLE ON ITUNES AND GOOGLE PLAY!
Delivering the latest soundrack news from the world of film, television, and video games.
Film podcast with many different interesting people.
Owner of BlueBet Michael Sullivan and Mark ‘Piggy’ Riddell join Ray Hadley to give the odds and tips for all of the weekend’s sport. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
Listen to the highlights of the Ray Hadley Morning Show for this Friday, January 21st. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
The New South Wales government are being slammed for forcing exhausted ambulance and paramedic staff to continue working. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
A devastated West Australian has spoken out against Mark McGowan's decision to indefinitely delay the border reopening. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
A fourth vaccine was granted provisional approval for use in Australia yesterday but it won't be accessible to much of the public yet. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
NSW Labor candidate Dr Michael Holland spoke to Ray Hadley ahead of the Bega by-election. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
Australia is remain a divided nation after Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan delayed the re-opening of the state's borders. The decision has huge implications for families and businesses, with travel plans thrown into chaos again.
Australia will export its first shipment of liquified hydrogen to Japan under a pilot program the Federal Government hopes will lead to the creation of a new energy export industry.The hydrogen is currently being made with coal, but Angus Taylor, Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction, says the trade will be "crucial" in bringing dow…
After 20 Australian Opens and an incredible professional career, Australian tennis star Sam Stosur has announced her retirement from singles tennis. The former U.S Champion broke a 31-year major singles drought for Australian women, beating Serena Williams in the final eleven years ago.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration has approved the use of the Novavax COVID vaccine in Australia, the first protein-based vaccine to be given the regulatory tick of approval.Health Minister Greg Hunt says he hopes the approval will encourage those holding out against the jab to finally come forward.…
A new online comedy series is giving kids and adults something to smile about, while also helping them learn an Indigenous language.The series is called "Who, What, Where?" and it follows the adventures of two puppets, Ruthie and Petal.
One year ago, Joe Biden took office as the 46th President of the United States.But his first year in office has been marred by challenges, including a stalled agenda in the Senate, record inflation and COVID case numbers skyrocketing.
US President Joe Biden has said that it would be a "disaster" for the Kremlin if they were to invade Ukraine. These comments throw uncertainty ahead of another round of high-level meeting between the US and Russian diplomats on Friday where officials will try to navigate a diplomatic solution avoiding conflict in Eastern Europe.…
The Story Pirates Podcast will be back soon with Season 5, but in the meantime we have a brand new, cheese-themed bonus episode for you featuring our favorite, funniest, and weirdest stories from the archives. Featuring “George’s Cheese,” “The Creation of Chicken Parm” and “The Cook Who Lost His Talent.” For more from the Story Pirates, visit story…
In our third crossover podcast, I welcome back filmmaker Charles Hood and journalist Drew Taylor, hosts of the brilliant Mission Impossible podcast Light the Fuse. This time we (mainly) don’t talk about movies, but delve into their respective favorite albums, the 30 year old U2 classic ‘Achtung Baby’ and the world dominating final album from Daft P…
Listen to the highlights of the Ray Hadley Morning Show for this Thursday, January 20th. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
Decades and history of alliance between the UK, US and Australia will help fight any potential conflict with Russia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
NSW medical staff have spoken out about the breaking point in the state's hospitals amid high COVID cases. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
A woman has been arrested after a baby's body was found wrapped in plastic in a freezer. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
RN's very own Warwick Hadfield is a man of many talents, and they extend beyond the sports coverage and occasional poem we normally hear from him.He's joined forces with stalwart Australian musician Sam See, with the pair hoping to see their own musical collaboration light up the well-loved Surf Coast song writing competition.…
State and territory governments have failed to implement the UN Optional Protocol to the Convention Against Torture, which could be a crucial element in stopping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander deaths in custody. Australia's only national First Nations led just coalition, Change the Record, is urging the government to take deaths, mistreatmen…
There are new calls for stronger building codes in Colorado after devastating suburban wildfires. The towns weren't considered at high risk for fire, but the warming climate is changing that calculus.By NPR
Communications to the stricken pacific nation of Tonga could remain crippled for weeks after an undersea cable linking it with Fiji and the rest of the world was severed during last Saturday's devastating volcanic eruption. A repair ship will soon depart Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea bound for the region, but it's not clear when it will be able …
The initial damage assessments from this month's Queensland floods show 62 homes have been destroyed with scores of businesses badly damaged.State Recovery Coordinator and former governor Paul de Jersey says it could take five years for communities in the Wide Bay and Burnett to recover.
Australians will head to the polls by May this year and it'll be the first time in the nation's history that a federal election will be held in the midst of a pandemic.But the Australian Electoral Commission has been busy putting contingency plans in place to ensure everyone can cast their votes and have their democracy sausage, even if COVID is st…
The Morrison Government is trying to assure the country about a light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to the pandemic, but questions remain about who will replace Greg Hunt as Health Minister if the LNP is re-elected.The Political Editor for Channel Ten and columnist for The Australian Peter Van Onselen joins RN Breakfast to discuss the late…
As British Prime Minister Boris Johnson fights defections in Parliament, two of his senior ministers are travelling to Australia for major security talks.It's expected the new AUKUS security agreement will dominate talks, as well as growing concerns about China's role in the Pacific.
The Commonwealth government will refund visa application fees for international students and backpackers as part of an attempt to lure more workers to Australia and plug skills shortages. International students arriving in the next eight weeks will be eligible for a $630 rebate and backpackers who arrive in the next 12 weeks eligible for $495.…
As the Omicron wave hits the world, Eastern European countries are tackling surging cases and low vaccination rates.Bosnia and Herzegovina has one of Europe's lowest vaccination rates, where over half a million vaccines are expiring due to low uptake.
Emirates will suspend flights to several destinations in the United States due to plans to deploy 5G mobile network services. Airlines are warning the technology should not be installed near major airports, as it could interfere with sensitive plane instruments.
In a bid to regulate the booming cryptocurrency market, Spain is planning to impose restrictions on the promotion of the highly volatile assets by online influencers.The UK is also set to introduce new laws that will put crypto advertising in line with other products, such as stocks and shares.
Free your mind and put on your headphones, discographology lies within. This week we look at the second Funkadelic album, “Free Your Mind ... And Your Ass Will Follow”, as well a brief aside on the first Parliament album “Osmium.” What is the backwards sounds at the end of “Eulogy and Light?” Which member of Family Matters is also on this album? Is…
Listen to the highlights of the Ray Hadley Morning Show for this Wednesday, January 19th. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
Shadow minister for roads John Graham told Ray Hadley two private companies are providing mobile speed cameras on massive contracts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
In honour of his 30th birthday, we recorded an extended and special edition of Discog Discussions, celebrating the life and career of one of The Grey Area’s favourite artists and people, Malcolm James McCormick aka Mac Miller. Rest easy, Mac. We miss you. Join us on discord - https://discord.gg/EXGswm39 New episodes are available on the 10th and 25…
Ray Hadley has slammed the placement of a mobile speed camera as NSW drivers have been slapped with a record amount of fines. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
A listener has sent Ray Hadley an image of a mobile speed camera on the Princes Highway at Heathcote, sitting on the edge of a 60km zone, metres away from a 100km/h zone. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
A man has been charged with the murder of a missing nine-year-old girl. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Radio 2GB
Soulful alternative country band The Delines have just released their third album, 'Sea Drift'.The album is heavily influenced by the Tony Joe White song, 'Rainy Night In Georgia'.
In an effort to make the internet a safer place, the Federal Government is pushing ahead with a plan to unmask anonymous social media trolls.An inquiry looking at the proposed bill has mixed responses on how effective that approach will be, including from people who have faced serious online abuse.
Wine growers say a surge in demand and a poor harvest season in 2020 mean stockpiles are starting to run dry. Sparkling wine, pinot noir and chardonnay are in particular strife, and some say this year's vintage isn't looking any better.
After enduring two-years of lockdowns, the threat of illness and separation from loved ones, many Australians were hoping the national reopening would bring a reprieve just in time for Christmas. But Omicron had different plans, which has translated into more stress and uncertainty.
The Tongan Government has confirmed the bodies of a local man and woman have been recovered, taking the death toll from Saturday's eruption and tsunami to three.Over 30 houses have been destroyed and a further 100 severely damaged.
State governments are scrambling to decide how they'll get kids back to school when holidays end.Queensland and South Australia have already delayed the start of the school year, while New South Wales and Victoria are reportedly finalising their plans, with twice weekly rapid antigen tests for pupils on the cards.…
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been forced to reprimand backbencher George Christensen over his latest anti-vaccination comments.But it's unlikely any 'real consequences' will be handed down, given Scott Morrison needs his vote on the floor of Parliament - at least for the next few months.
The Chief Medical Officer says the rate of hospitalisations, ICU admissions and deaths will continue to rise, even after the Omicron outbreak reaches its peak.As the strain on hospitals increases, the Federal Government announced tens of thousands of new staff from the private hospitals will be deployed to the public sector.…
As an unprecedented 'code brown' emergency was declared in hospitals across Victoria, the Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt has called on the private hospital system to take in new patients. But Michael Roff from the Australian Private Hospitals Association says this has already been occurring around the country.…
A not-for-profit Aboriginal language group is hoping to give the next generation a chance to learn culture on Country, working with their community to buy back a patch of local bushland.The Nēwara Aboriginal Corporation is spearheading a crowdfunding campaign to purchase the land on Anaiwan Country near Armidale, in the Northern New South Wales Tab…