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Scott McNulty and Jason Snell discuss brand-new Star Trek as it happens, including episode-by-episode coverage of “Discovery”, “Picard”, and “Strange New Worlds”, along with occasional check-ins about what’s going on with animated Star Trek series. “Snotty! Snarky!” — Congested Apple Podcasts reviewer “Best Star Trek podcast!” — Enthusiastic Apple Podcasts reviewer
 
The Data Skeptic Podcast features interviews and discussion of topics related to data science, statistics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and the like, all from the perspective of applying critical thinking and the scientific method to evaluate the veracity of claims and efficacy of approaches.
 
A podcast that’s looking for love in all the right places. Join the Agents of SMOOCH as we delve into the romance of sweeping epics and classic romcoms. Our mission is to investigate the important questions: Should they or shouldn’t they? Is there such a thing as One True Love? Did that smooch have any chemistry? We might not have all the answers, but we know you had us at “Hello.”
 
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Lazy Doctor Who

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Lazy Doctor Who

Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky

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Steven Schapansky (Radio Free Skaro, The Memory Cheats) and Erika Ensign (Verity!, The Incomparable, Total Party Kill, The Audio Guide to Babylon 5) are married Doctor Who fans (who also co-produce a fiction podcast for Uncanny Magazine). This is a podcast where they watch every Doctor Who story ever made, from start to finish. Each episode is recorded live on a red couch. No, they have no “schedule”. They’re lazy. Want proof? Check out this fab listener-created spreadsheet of episode releas ...
 
Inconceivable! is a show that tests our panelists’ knowledge of the nerdy, the useless, and the obscure. Each episode, two teams face off to answer diabolical questions about TV shows, comics, movies, books, games, and more. Host Dan Moren and scorekeeper/announcer Lex Friedman oversee the proceedings, doling out hard-earned points where appropriate.
 
The United Kingdom and America are two countries separated by the same language, George Bernard Shaw never said, and we’ll be proving that in this podcast. We gather Incomparable panelists from the UK and America, as well as Canada and other English-speaking regions, and try to explain to each other the distinctions between biscuit and cookie, lemonade and fizzy water, public school and, er, public school, and why when we put our pants in our boot, we mean something altogether different.
 
We are a faith based body of believers committed to our Lord and savior Jesus Christ and the mission of spreading the good news of the gospel through empowered preaching, teaching, and every resource available for impacting and changing the home, church, community, and world as mandated in scripture. (Mathew 28:19-20)
 
Radio without the listeners! This is the original TV Talk Machine, 167 episodes from the San Francisco Chronicle, 7 reunion episodes, and a few from Tim's first Hollywood Reporter version. Here's what we know for sure: The TV Talk Machine podcast lives on another planet. The people who go there are pioneers. They are resilient against boredom and stupidity. They are savants. Because their minds are like high-functioning machines that seek out low culture but can not be damaged by the experie ...
 
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Afoot

Glenn Fleishman

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Afoot, the mystery podcast! What makes a mystery a mystery? It’s a genre with a puzzle at the middle, but which takes many forms across all media. We talk books, comics, TV, movies, audio plays, theatre, and more, and stretch boundaries while staying true to the form. Find us on Twitter @afootcast and our reading recommendations and upcoming books at Goodreads.
 
Award-winning actor Alec Baldwin takes listeners into the lives of artists, policy makers and performers. Alec sidesteps the predictable by going inside the dressing rooms, apartments, and offices of people we want to understand better: Ira Glass, Lena Dunham, David Letterman, Barbara Streisand, Tom Yorke, Chris Rock and others. Hear what happens when an inveterate guest becomes a host.
 
A podcast for hockey fans, both new and old. Join Deb and Erika as we deep dive into what makes hockey the greatest sport in the world. Learn the lingo, explore hockey history, and listen to commentary on the most exciting, frustrating, and heart-stopping moments of the week. We love hockey and think you will too! #HockeyIsForEveryone Our catchy theme tune is “Ephemeral” by Sunspot. Get the whole song here! Talk hockey with us! Twitter: @BeginnersPuck Email: beginnerspuck@gmail.com
 
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Join Kathy, Rajiv, and Maureen as they talk about this roller coaster of an episode from The Wheel of Time. From journeying with the Tinkers, to a small farm, to a large camp, and a surprise twist, this episode has everything you could want in an epic television show. Host Kathy Campbell, Rajiv Moté and Maureen Carr Show Notes & Links Podcast edite…
 
It’s time for another Friendly Competition, with games of chance, skill, rapping, and rhyming. Hear Glenn and Jean spit verses, listen in on Bohemian Rhapsody trivia, and meet your new friend Silent Carl. Friendly Competition 7 Lex Friedman and Dan Moren with Erika Ensign, Glenn Fleishman, Jean MacDonald and Shelly Brisbin Support this show and oth…
 
We’ve gathered the family around the table to celebrate F’sgiving, a thing we just made up in which we care enough to watch a film featuring F. Murray Abraham. In this case it’s “Last Action Hero,” a movie that Wikipedia claims is a cult classic. We don’t know about that, but it certainly is unjustly maligned. This is a big, loud action movie that …
 
Just in time for Halloween, our mega-sized Old Movie Club meets up in a spooky haunted house to discuss two horror-comedies that honor their source material more than you might think — it’s 1948’s “Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein” and 1974’s “Young Frankenstein.” We learn that werewolves can fly, quoting film dialogue on the playground can be…
 
We’ve emerged from our Thanksgiving food comas to discuss Discovery’s trip to the edge of the dangerous gravitational anomaly that’s threatening the galaxy. There’s a lot of character bits, emotional journeys, good dads, and management tips along with explosive bridge action and an awful lot of flying rocks. Scott McNulty and Jason Snell Referenced…
 
We’ve emerged from our Thanksgiving food comas to discuss Discovery’s trip to the edge of the dangerous gravitational anomaly that’s threatening the galaxy. There’s a lot of character bits, emotional journeys, good dads, and management tips along with explosive bridge action and an awful lot of flying rocks. Host Scott McNulty and Jason Snell Refer…
 
It’s time for another Friendly Competition, with games of chance, skill, rapping, and rhyming. Hear Glenn and Jean spit verses, listen in on Bohemian Rhapsody trivia, and meet your new friend Silent Carl. Friendly Competition 7 Host Lex Friedman and Dan Moren with Erika Ensign, Glenn Fleishman, Jean MacDonald and Shelly Brisbin…
 
The traveling sisterhood of the stillsuit pants. Dune (2021) Joe Rosensteel and Dan Sturm Referenced Works Dune (2021) Show Notes & Links Dune (2021) - IMDb Dune (2021 film) - Wikipedia “Dune” (the movie), annotated - by Max Read - Read Max Support this show and other shows like it on The Incomparable network by becoming a member. Members get early…
 
As the Eberron Express speeds toward its destination, the passengers dig up more dirt on each other, find more clues, and make more terrible train puns. Eberron Express, Part 2 Tony Sindelar with Annette Wierstra, Dan Moren, James Thomson, Jason Snell, Kathy Campbell and Monty Ashley Show Notes & Links Edited by Erika Ensign. Murder on the Eberron …
 
As the Eberron Express speeds toward its destination, the passengers dig up more dirt on each other, find more clues, and make more terrible train puns. Eberron Express, Part 2 Host Tony Sindelar with Annette Wierstra, Dan Moren, James Thomson, Jason Snell, Kathy Campbell and Monty Ashley Show Notes & Links Edited by Erika Ensign. Murder on the Ebe…
 
(Recorded September 2021) British documentarian Lucy Walker is asking big questions with her latest film, Bring Your Own Brigade. Specifically, why are there more catastrophic wildfires worldwide, and what could mitigate the destruction? Her gripping film focuses on real people impacted by two 2018 California wildfires, “The Camp Fire,” which kille…
 
Everyone dreams of going back to high school, right?!? (This is one of those where we sometimes lose the ability to use words and just make emotive sounds.) Everyone dreams of going back to high school, right? Julia Skott and AJ Knox Show Notes & Links Never Been Kissed Amazon Prime Video; affiliate link Support this show and other shows like it on…
 
A lot of stuff happens in this episode. Angels in basements! Angels in tunnels! Angels in a fireplace! Angels in graveyards! If you want Weeping Angels, where else to go but the village of the angels? More broadly, Houman Sadri and Antony Johnston join Jason to discuss how the season is shaping up, where the show may be going from here, and at the …
 
A lot of stuff happens in this episode. Angels in basements! Angels in tunnels! Angels in a fireplace! Angels in graveyards! If you want Weeping Angels, where else to go but the village of the angels? More broadly, Houman Sadri and Antony Johnston join Jason to discuss how the season is shaping up, where the show may be going from here, and at the …
 
We’ve gathered the family around the table to celebrate F’sgiving, a thing we just made up in which we care enough to watch a film featuring F. Murray Abraham. In this case it’s “Last Action Hero,” a movie that Wikipedia claims is a cult classic. We don’t know about that, but it certainly is unjustly maligned. This is a big, loud action movie that …
 
After 2 episodes of setting up the world, the goals, and the characters, we’ve finally started the epic journeys we knew were coming. Join Kathy, Rajiv, and Maureen for a discussion of Episode Three of The Wheel of Time on Amazon Prime Video. They talk about each character arc separately, with a discussion at the end about how the adaptations from …
 
Welcome to the middle movie of an epic trilogy. Kathy, Rajiv, and Maureen talk about Episode Two of The Wheel of Time on Amazon Prime Video. The evilness of Valda, followed by the beauty of the intro credits sets up this episode in a strong way for the balance of good and evil. With each scene, the stakes start ramping up to finish with a major spl…
 
The Wheel Weaves a Beginning into a TV show and Kathy, Rajiv, and Maureen are here for it. Rituals, Rumors, and Rebirth encompass this first episode of The Wheel of Time on Amazon Prime Video. We are introduced to the characters, the world, and the purpose of the Leavetaking that will happen by the end of this episode. At the end of the episode, jo…
 
The Agents who have gathered for this mission really like The Matrix. Like really like it. We even like the sequels like it. And they are all very excited for the fourth installment dropping this December. We’re here to decide if this trilogy is really is as smoochworthy as we remember. Is it our destiny to find The One in The Matrix? Be ready for …
 
The Agents who have gathered for this mission really like The Matrix. Like really like it. We even like the sequels like it. And they are all very excited for the fourth installment dropping this December. We’re here to decide if this trilogy is really is as smoochworthy as we remember. Is it our destiny to find The One in The Matrix? Be ready for …
 
“Star Trek: Discovery” is back and so are we! In the season premiere we say hello to an annoying back-seat driver of a Federation President, and goodbye to a sparsely populated planet! Also, Saru kills it with his PowerPoint presentation about togetherness, and a gravitational anomaly wreaks havoc—but with any luck, provides the impetus for the sea…
 
“Star Trek: Discovery” is back and so are we! In the season premiere we say hello to an annoying back-seat driver of a Federation President, and goodbye to a sparsely populated planet! Also, Saru kills it with his PowerPoint presentation about togetherness, and a gravitational anomaly wreaks havoc—but with any luck, provides the impetus for the sea…
 
We return to film noir, with a movie that could be called, Edmond O’Brien’s really, really bad day. A man learns he’s going to die, and sets out to find out who’s killing him and why. It’s directed by Rudolf Maté, and if you are a fan of noir lighting, camera angles and scenes of LA and San Francisco from the post-war period, you will find them her…
 
We return to film noir, with a movie that could be called, Edmond O’Brien’s really, really bad day. A man learns he’s going to die, and sets out to find out who’s killing him and why. It’s directed by Rudolf Maté, and if you are a fan of noir lighting, camera angles and scenes of LA and San Francisco from the post-war period, you will find them her…
 
It’s a peek behind the curtain on this week’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow as we find who the real villain is and discuss WWI flashbacks, Russian accents, and a good old 2001 reference. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we talk about previews of the upcoming Disney+ MCU series and the bonkers nature of the new Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer.…
 
Tiff and Stephen decide that if they won the lottery, they would still be here to discuss “Lotto”. Except they would also buy really awesome chairs. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on October 6, 2011. "My future's not going to be determined by seven little white lotto balls. It's going to be determined by two big black balls." Host Ti…
 
Tiff and Stephen decide that if they won the lottery, they would still be here to discuss “Lotto”. Except they would also buy really awesome chairs. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on October 6, 2011. "My future's not going to be determined by seven little white lotto balls. It's going to be determined by two big black balls." Tiff Ar…
 
After a little bit of a delay, we have way too much fun wrapping up season one of Farscape. First up, “Bone to Be Wild”, where we discuss where the heck Stark disappeared to after leaving with the crew last episode; how does gravity work on an asteroid; how do Leviathans have their inorganic parts installed; and the fall of Commander Crais and the …
 
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