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The Projection Booth has been recognized as a premier film podcast by The Washington Post, The A.V. Club, IndieWire, Entertainment Weekly, and Filmmaker Magazine. With over 500 episodes to date and an ever-growing fan base, The Projection Booth regularly attracts special guest talent eager to discuss their past gems, including Elliott Gould, John Waters, Ed Harris, Luke Wilson, Chris Elliott, Ellen Burstyn, Bruce Dern, Willem Dafoe, Michael Palin, Tim Rice, John Landis, William Friedkin, Jul ...
 
A five-time Emmy winning SNL comedy writer/producer, joins a four-time #1 NYT bestselling author, a three-time highest-rated national progressive radio host, a two-time Grammy winning artist, and a former US Senator. So, it gets a little crowded in the booth when Al talks public policy and sometimes political comedy with notable guests. Think “The Daily” without the resources of the NYTimes.
 
Eric Stephen Booth, a BRIO, (Bronx Recognizes Its Own), Award winner, 2x BETA, (Bronx Excellence In Television Access), Award winner, a Playwright, Poet, Director, Filmmaker, Editor, Producer, CEO of Fruta Extrana Productions LLC and the Author of the Nemesis Horizon Project Novel Series, has ventured out into producing his own podcast.A 70-year-old black gay American male talks about his earthbound experiences living in the United States of America. This podcast is not for children or peopl ...
 
The How She Did That Podcast was created for Virtual Assistants, Online Business Managers, and Project Managers to have a place to grow and learn together. Each episode will provide tech, systems, and business advice that can be immediately implemented. Let's build a business we love! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Have you ever looked at potters smiling from their booth at the farmers’ market and wondered: “what’s their deal?” Have you ever considered whose hands are behind the wooden chair you're sitting on? How about those fancy kitchen knives you admire? Cut the Craft is a podcast that brings stories of handcraft and its makers to you. Perhaps you are a craftsperson looking for a fresh perspective, or a newcomer to handmade things; no matter your starting point, your hosts Amy Umbel and Brien Beidl ...
 
Dreams for Sale focuses on the revival of Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone in the mid-'80s. This anthology show brought together a host of diverse talent including Harlan Ellison, Wes Craven, William Friedkin, Rockne S. O'Bannon, and more. Episodes are hosted by Chris Stachiw (Kulture Shocked), Mike White (The Projection Booth), and Father Malone. Dreams for Sale theme song courtesy of Roxi Drive and Neutron Dreams - learn more at https://soundcloud.com/roxidrive and https://soundcloud.com/us ...
 
Long suffering baseball fan Rhea Butcher reinvents America's pastime with radically sensible thoughts on baseball, history, culture, gender, race, and more. For baseball diehards and novices alike, Rhea breaks down the week in MLB news, analyzes the culture of American sports, and explores forgotten chapters in baseball history from the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League to the Negro Leagues and beyond. Plus in-depth interviews with comedians, baseball insiders, and hometown fan ...
 
“The Night Stalker” AKA “Kolchak: The Night Stalker” is a seminal show that has lead to an entire subgenre of entertainment, “The Paranormal Investigator.” From “Scooby Doo” to “Supernatural” (and beyond), the paranormal investigator came to prominence with “The X-Files” but this show and many others owe a debt to the man in the blue suit, Carl Kolchak.
 
Salvatore Coco, better known as Toti Coco, was born on the 20th of February 1979 in Catania. He bought his first turntables when he was 15, driven by his strong passion for music, which began with House music, continued to progressive and techno and then finally arrived at his real musical love: Techno music! He started playing in 1999 at some private parties in his city and in 2001 he already played in several disco-pubs of Catania. The same year he became resident DJ at “Santo Bevitore” - ...
 
founders of @thepassport booking: lesgourmandsmusic@gmail.com BIO: Born in the magic land of Transylvania, the two Romanian natives Mihai I. and Marius F. discovered their passion for music at early ages. They first collaborated in a club residency and their musical tastes complemented so fine they decided to continue working together through the years. After sharing the booth in residencies and various events [House Parade, UNTOLD] under their own aliases, the two have joined their experien ...
 
What happens when MST3K meets Monday Night Raw? You get a weekly watch-a-long featuring Pro Wrestling's best and worst moments. Mystery Wrestling Theater 3069 features icons of the sport, classic matches, classic movies, and anything that is must see Pro Wrestling!Featuring Long Alan Iced T, Jumpin' Jacob J., Vinman, A Man Called Wired, Moose the Mark and Mil Calzones up in the projection booth!The smartest minds in the SPORT of professional wrestling, the Brainbusters walk hard and talk lou ...
 
Each episode will focus on a different aspect or example of the general theme. Our kick-off frame is the awkward position that progressives find themselves in. It seems obvious, at least to a significant portion of Leftists, that “working within the Democratic Party” has to be part of any realistic strategy for making substantive, social democratic or radical change in the United States. What is far less clear is what this means practically, in terms of organization and elections. For many y ...
 
Space historian Emily Carney has teamed up with space flight nerd Dave Giles for Space and Things, a podcast devoted to the exploration of space. Each week they'll be keeping up to date with what is happening in the space flight world as well as looking back at some of the key moments and figures involved with the evolution of space flight. More info: https://www.spaceandthingspodcast.com Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/spaceandthings. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o ...
 
Real podcasts for real pilots! Engaging interviews with the world's best paragliding pilots. Expect fun, to-the-point conversations with varying themes, for a motivating, uplifting & educational listening experience. Laugh, learn, be inspired and travel to all corners of the world in your head. Started in Cape Town as a Covid-19 lock-down project by Stef Juncker, owner of Parapax Paragliding (www.parapax.co.za) and competition pilot for 23 years with +-17 000 accident-free flights. Enjoy, an ...
 
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Rob St. Mary returns to The Projection Booth to discuss Kinji Fukasaku's 1972 anti-war film, Under the Flag of the Rising Sun. The film stars Sachiko Hidari as the widow of Sgt. Katsuo Togashi who died in WWII. His death certificate is unclear about how he died and, thus, she can't claim survivor benefits. The authorities are either unable or, more…
 
I know that everyone has heard of the phrase, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” As cliche as it might sound, the meaning behind it is so important to be mindful of when developing your business, and it’s something that I really want to focus on in this episode. Starting your business is one thing, but over time as you grow and gain experience, things w…
 
This week we take a look at the very first Space Shuttle mission which took place on April 12th 1981. To do this we're joined by the wonderful author David Hitt who wrote the book 'Bold They Rise: The Space Shuttle Early Years'. David Hitt: http://davidhitt.net/about/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/davidhitt Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theda…
 
Recorded February 22, 2021. Woodcarver Danielle Rose Byrd started out making things with anything she could get her hands on. Her ingenuity has continued to influence her work as she starts to include different materials into her practice. Danielle is particularly interested in conceptual woodworking and its interplay with function. She makes bowls…
 
Rhea recaps the first week of MLB men's baseball 2021, including Joe Musgrove's no hitter, the controversial Michael Conforto walkoff, the LA Dodgers ring ceremony, the Cincinnati Reds hot start, Shohei Ohtani's resurgence, and rookie Akil Baddoo's incredible week. Plus an update on anti-trans legislation, getting back into competitive baseball, an…
 
Guest co-hosts: Mike White and Samm DeighanOn this episode of WUH we discuss the 1977 film LOOKING FOR MR. GOODBAR. GOODBAR was written and directed by Richard Brooks, based on the 1975 novel by Judith Rossner, which is loosely based on the real life and death of Roseann Quinn. The film stars Diane Keaton as Theresa Dunn, a twenty something woman l…
 
Brainy thing: 24:14. Behind the Redwood Curtain: 34:50 What we are learning from our knitting: Catherine arranged her house to tackle the space requirements for blocking large shawls -- Heaven Scent by Boo Knits https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/heaven-scentand Bright Sunny Day by Sivia Harding https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/bright…
 
On this special episode, Mike talks to director Bill Leimbach about his career including the Oscar-Nominated Raoni, as well as the documentary about David Gulpilil, Walkabout to Hollywood, and much more. Visit https://luckycountryproductions.com for more information about Mr. Leimbach Visit https://www.umbrellaent.com.au/ to buy Walkabout to Hollyw…
 
On April 12th it's the 60th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's first spaceflight, so we asked author Stephen Walker to join us. He has just released a wonderful book called 'Beyond' all about Gagarin and it's a belter. Stephen Walker: https://www.stephenwalkerbeyond.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SWalkerBEYOND Yuri's Night: https://yurisnight.net/abo…
 
We're not gonna hit you with any negative waves about this odd, star-studded heist/war film, Kelly's Heroes. Samm Deighan and Bill Ackerman join Mike to discuss this Brian G. Hutton film from 1970 wherein Clint Eastwood leads a band of soldiers behind enemy lines in order to pilfer a cache of Nazi gold. On this episode you'll hear the rest of our i…
 
Rhea talks to Ayman, a displaced former resident of Echo Park Lake, about the violent displacement of Echo Park Lake's unhoused encampment (March 24-25) by the LA City Council's Mitch O'Farrell and the LAPD on this episode of Three Swings, a podcast about baseball and other things. FOLLOW ECHO PARK RISE UP: https://www.instagram.com/echoparkriseup …
 
On this special episode of The Projection Booth, Mike talks with Todd Melby -- reporter, podcaster, author -- about his book A Lot Can Happen in the Middle of Nowhere: The Untold Story of the Making of Fargo. It's a terrific book that goes into a lot of details behind the scenes of one of the Coen Brothers' most successful films. Find out more at h…
 
Thornhill's Pharmacy has overlooked the center of Sayville from the corner of Main Street and Gillette Avenue for over a century. This is actually the second location of Sewell Thornhill's establishment, opened in 1918. When architect Matthew La Piana and his wife were looking for an old building to restore and occupy, something about this thin sli…
 
Al and Ali discuss what brought us here, where we are, and what we need to do going forward. A list of organizations that humanely helps immigrants at the Southern Border: El Paso: The Annunciation House Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center McAllen: Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley Arizona Kino Border Initiative…
 
On a special episode done in conjunction with Chris Stachiw's Kulturecast, we discuss Adam Wingard's Godzilla Vs. Kong, the latest entry in the "Legendary" Monsterverse. We talk about the sprawling story that's stuffed to the gills with some mediocre performances set against a tale of two titans duking it out.…
 
On this special episode, Mike talks with Daniel T. Dorrance, the production designer of Lee Daniels' The United States v. Billie Holiday (2021). Mr. Dorrance also dishes about working on the Maze Runner sequels and Michael Mann's Collateral. The United States v. Billie Holiday is now available via Hulu.…
 
Cleo's back to talk* about two more Monster Battle Movies. Since Kong is in both of these we're going with KING KONG VS... this time around. First up is KING KONG ESCAPES (1967). And then we get into the just-released GDOZILLA VS. KING KONG (2021). *Doing these episodes reminds me that even when it’s about something they enjoy, getting a 13-yr. old…
 
On this special episode, Mike is joined by Prof. Nicholas Schlegel, author of the upcoming "German Popular Cinema and The Krimi Phenomenon: Dark Eyes of London” coming from Lexington Books, Rowman’s academic imprint - https://rowman.com and Samm Deighan, author of the upcoming "The Legacy of World War II in European Arthouse Cinema" from McFarland …
 
Today Lego release a brand new Space Shuttle Discovery set which also includes the Hubble Space Telescope, so we thought it was a great time to talk Lego and space with Charlie Nangle who runs one of our favourite instagram accounts: The.Brick.Space Charlie Nangle: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.brick.space Twitter: https://www.twitter.co…
 
Heather Drain and Maurice Bursztynski join Mike to sing the praises of Buster Keaton. The trio looks at five of Keaton's films: The General, Sherlock Jr, Steamboat Bill Jr, Seven Chances, and One Week. Maurice interviewed Gus Macmillan of The Blue Grassy Knoll, who have been providing new soundtracks for Keaton's films for the last few years.…
 
Recorded February 15, 2021. Papermaker and book artist Radha Pandey gives us an in-depth view into the history of papermaking, starting in China, Korea and Japan, and it’s subsequent migration to India and Europe. She tells us why she’s so interested in our collective relationship with nature, and how her childhood fostered observation of the envir…
 
On this special report, Mike speaks with director Julien Temple (Earth Girls are Easy) about his latest documentary film, Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan. Produced by Johnny Depp, it's a documentary about the lead singer of The Pogues and his relationship to his native Ireland. Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan is now …
 
Rhea welcomes ACLU lawyer Chase Strangio on the podcast to dive deeper into the issue of anti-trans legislation: what's causing it, what you should know about it, and how you can help fight it. FOLLOW CHASE STRANGIO FOR MORE INFO ON HOW TO FIGHT ANTI-TRANS LEGISLATION: https://twitter.com/chasestrangio https://www.instagram.com/chasestrangio SUPPOR…
 
In each episode of this series my daughter Cleo and I will be hopping around the Godzilla and King Kong Franchises (mostly Godzilla) and talking about two or three films. Naturally we started with their epic Match-Up in the 1962 Toho film KING KONG VS. GODZILLA. We'll be discussing that film in comparison with MOTHRA VS. GODZILLA which came out two…
 
We're discussing Carroll Ballard's Never Cry Wolf (1983). Based on the novel by Farley Mowat, it's the story of Tyler (Charles Martin Smith), a bureaucrat who is sent into the Northern wilds to study wolves and their impact on the caribou population. Matthew Socey and Chris Stachiw join Mike to talk about the film, isolation, and sassy animals.…
 
On Friday, the news broke that legendary NASA flight director Glynn Lunney had passed away aged 84. We spend some time talking about his finest moments and do our best to pay tribute to one of our heroes. To do this we're joined by author of "Go, Flight! The Unsung Heroes of Mission Control" - Rick Houston. Official NASA Obituary: https://www.nasa.…
 
Dreams for Sale: The Twilight Zone 1985 podcast is back and delving into the second season of the show which started off okay enough with The Once and Future King in which an Elvis impersonator goes back in time and meets The King himself (teleplay by George R. R. Martin). We also discuss A Saucer of Loneliness in which Shelley Duvall receives a me…
 
Season 1, Episode 11 Transforming the Democratic Party: sociology meets experience In which we talk further with Jonathan Smucker about how the Democratic party can connect with the needs of working class people. Music Credit: Ryan Harvey - "Light in the Morning (feat. RAAST, Shireen & bell's roar)By Daraka Larimore-Hall, Dick Flacks
 
*SURPRISE DROP*Okay, maybe this isn't THE shortest episode (the WDIRT on THE BEAST WITHIN still holds that honor) but it's pretty dang short, AND was a nice bit of serendipity after the last episode. I don't want to spoil the surprise of this surprise drop, so just have a listen.For more info: https://www.wakeupheavy.com/2021/03/wuh-tv-and-projecti…
 
Rhea talks the nationwide surge in anti-trans legislation, the story of Maria Pepe, investigating white supremacy, men's baseball teams on the bubble, and MLB's sexual harassment policy. SUPPORT THREE SWINGS ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/threeswings GET RHEA'S NEW STANDUP ALBUM: https://astrecords.com/collections/digital-albums/products/pull-…
 
For a special live podcast, Chris Stachiw (The Kulturecast), Josh Haldey (1201 Beyond), and Mike joined up to discuss Zack Snyder's Justice League (2021): a film many years in the making. We discuss both the Joss Whedon and Zack Snyder versions, comparing the two to find any redemptive qualities in either and how the newer version acts as origin st…
 
Mark Torres has uncovered a little-discussed chapter of Long Island history, the conditions under which many migrant farm workers labored on area farms from World War II into the early 1970s. His new book from the History Press details the social, economic, and historical factors that led to Long Island’s migrant labor camps being the focus of much…
 
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