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Bobby and Laura are sailing around the world with two full size labradoodles and document their adventures as they go! In the podcast series they will get more in depth on topics related to cruising in general and cruising with pets. Some of the information will be regionally specific and some will be a broader base. Come follow along with us and enjoy the ride!
 
Matt McGachy, the vocalist of extreme metal band Cryptopsy, interviews fellow metal musicians about their life & music while sharing a craft beer on his metal podcast Vox&Hops. Here’s your chance to sneak backstage to share a brew & discover exactly what your favourite rockstars are like behind their personas. Matt has been the front man of the legendary Death Metal Band Cryptopsy since 2007. With them, he has contributed to 2 full length albums, 2 EPs & toured all over the globe playing mas ...
 
Join me, Debra Stangl, Founder of Sedona Soul Adventures, in this powerful new interview series, where I ask deep questions of these incredible luminaries. Their answers to these questions give us all hope for what’s possible for ourselves as we navigate this time of awakening. It's enlightening and we also share a lot of laughter! You’ll experience the wisdom of Christiane Northrup M.D., Dr. John Gray, Darryl Anka (the Channel for Bashar), Christy Whitman, Marci Shimoff, Dr. Jill Bolte Tayl ...
 
The Spotlight Season 15 (2019) Episode Guide 262 Laugh at my Calibration The Spotlight Season 14 (2018) The Spotlight Season 14 is now hosted by Kinte K. Fergerson and J Corina Francis. This season premiered on January 26, 2018 with the return to indy radio Film maker William X Lee to discuss his new film “6 feet below”. The show will continue talk about news of the day plus have great guests. Episode Guide 242 William X Lee "6 Feet Bellow Hell" Episode 242 243 2017 Best TV Shows Episode 243 ...
 
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Barry Jenkins, the director of the 2017 Oscar-winning film Moonlight, discusses his new ten-part TV adaptation of Colson Whitehead's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Underground Railroad.The drama series follows two young slaves as they escape their cotton plantation in Georgia and go in search of the fabled railway which they hope will transport t…
 
Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland, which recently won best film at both the Oscars and Baftas, is leading the pack as cinemas reopen next week. Film critic Tim Robey and Chinese arts journalist Yuan Ren discuss Nomadland and what else we have to look forward to.St Vincent’s latest album Daddy’s Home is inspired in part by her father’s release from 10 years in…
 
Devin Swank of Sanguisugabogg & I have a conversation about how he coped with 2020, his 1st brews, the soundtrack of his youth, how he got into extreme vocals, his 1st shows, releasing "Tortured Whole" during a pandemic, a Sanguisugabogg brew, an epic tour story & his hangover cure. Throughout this interview, Devin was enjoying New Holland Brewing …
 
Here's a lot of brand new music that SOUNDS old, because honky-tonk is forever. You can find the transcript here! Charlie Marie -- “Soul Train” (Ramble On) (3:44) Soo Line Loons -- “What They Don’t Tell You” (Soo Line Loons) (7:41) Shootouts -- “Rattlesnake Whiskey” (Bullseye) (11:47) Steel Woods -- “I Need You (feat. Ashley Monroe)” (All of Your S…
 
Author of the Year was announced today at the British Books Awards. Tom speaks to the winner, Richard Osman, game show host and author of the hugely successful crime novel The Thursday Murder Club.In the middle of the forest sits an abandoned toy shop. It appears to be a fairy tale house, but as you inch closer you see that it is defaced and decayi…
 
It had been a while since I had to connect with the wonderful humans of the Thirsty Thursday Gang so I decided to do a good old fashioned Q&A session with them. Throughout this chat, I enjoyed 5e Baron 's "Bénédicte" the 5% ABV Dunkel. This gorgeous brew poured out with a reddish copper veil, slapped sweet malts on the nose, ripped a caramel & dry …
 
From next Monday theatres in England will legally be allowed to reopen with social distancing and strict capacity restrictions. We find out what it will be like for audiences and staff as they return to venues. We also hear from one theatre director in Scotland who's not reopening and ask why. The Cultural Recovery Fund has provided a lifeline for …
 
Patreon Patreon Contest - What is your favorite indie game? Friend of the Show, Lee Saenz has made a video game called “Triple Jump” https://rebrand.ly/triple-jump-game It’s only $3.37 We’re gonna give away 10 copies, 5 to the first 5 people to respond, and then 5 at the end of the month to the answers we like best We’re streaming with patrons most…
 
It was after the death of George Floyd that television writer and producer Travon Free, and filmmaker Martin Desmond Roe came together to create a response to this traumatic event. The result was Two Distant Strangers which won Best Live Action Short Film at this year’s Oscars. Travon and Martin join Elle to talk about making art out of tragedy. NB…
 
Even though this chapter was only about 8 minutes, my guest Jared Taylor Anderson and I managed to keep the conversation going for 2 hours! We talked about a range of issues, including taking your organizing offline and revolution (in Minecraft) Follow Jared's work: https://www.facebook.com/SeizetheMinis Audiobook source: https://www.youtube.com/wa…
 
Chef Brian Tsao of Loss Becomes & I have a conversation about his first brews, the soundtrack of his youth, his 1st shows, music vs cooking, becoming the Metal Chef, Loss Becomes, Beauty & Essex, Mission Subs, a Chef Brian Tsao Brew, how he finds balance & his hangover cure. Throughout this interview, Brian was drinking Jack's Abby Craft Lagers' "B…
 
The actress and writer Emily Mortimer discusses her directorial debut The Pursuit of Love, her 3-part adaptation of Nancy Mitford's novel starring Lily James, Emily Beecham and Andrew Scott, which centres on two women born into privilege, trying to seize life and love with both hands but constrained by societal expectations. Today sees the release …
 
Rick Giordano of The Lion's Daughter & I have a conversation about how he coped with 2020, his 1st brews, the soundtrack to his youth, his 1st shows, creating & releasing "Skin Show" during a pandemic, livestream performances, a dream release tour, how he has been filling the void & his hangover cure. Throughout this chat, Rick was drinking 4 Hands…
 
This week, I review some of my favorite anti-racist country songs -- and what anti-racism even means. And yes, it's meant to be this short! Read the transcript here. Links from the episode: The Spotify playlist this episode is based on My article in The Boot about the ACM Awards Redlining in Country Music: Representation in the Country Music Indust…
 
Kyle Schultz was the special guest on this episode. We covered chapter 10 of The Conquest of Bread and had a lot of fun talking about it and going off on some interesting tangents. Kyle likes the work of E-Girl Vanguard Media and thinks you will, too: https://www.facebook.com/EgirlMedia Follow me: linktr.ee/Bread_Theory I am starting a Spotify play…
 
Don Warrington stars as the head of a family, united and divided by grief in Sian Davila’s debut play for Radio 4, Running with Lions. We speak to both Sian and Don about the play and its particular significance now.Last Sunday, the doyenne of radio criticism, Gillian Reynolds CBE, wrote her final column for the Sunday Times. She joins Front Row to…
 
POP!corn's MCU chapter takes a deep dive into the franchise's latest series: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Join in as we discuss the evolving legacy of Captain America, a recap on the series' events, and its implications on the wider Marvel Cinematic Universe. All that and more Marvel lovin' on this week's show! Joining Cholo in this episode a…
 
A mother and father struggling to come to terms with their trans child are at the centre of Anna Kerrigan’s new film, Cowboys. She talks to Samira about creating a family drama set in the woodlands of Montana.After Liverpool took part in a Covid recovery pilot scheme testing live events over the weekend - including an open-air film screening, a com…
 
Patreon Patreon Contest - What is your favorite indie game? Friend of the Show, Lee Saenz has made a video game called “Triple Jump” https://rebrand.ly/triple-jump-game It’s only $3.37 We’re gonna give away 10 copies, 5 to the first 5 people to respond, and then 5 at the end of the month to the answers we like best We’re streaming with patrons most…
 
This year sees a number of writers we know primarily as poets or novelists releasing collections of essays - from Jeanette Winterson to Lucy Ellman and Karl Ove Knausgaard. Tom talks to two of them: Kei Miller, whose latest collection is called Things I have Withheld, and Rachel Kushner, whose new collection is called The Hard Crowd.Dreda Say Mitch…
 
Félix B. Desfossés & Ian Campbell the creators of No Speed Limit: Québec Metal & I have a conversation about their 1st brews, their 1st shows, the evolution of the Québec Metal Scene, why they chose to write a book, the biggest challenges, translating it to English & their hangover cure. Throughout this interview, Félix was drinking Hopfenstark Bre…
 
The National Covid Memorial Wall on the bank of the Thames opposite the Houses of Parliament is an unofficial site of remembrance and reflection for the 150,000 or so individuals who've died from Covid.Artists and writers consider the role and design of memorials in the 21st century, from the poppies at The Tower of London in 2014 which toured the …
 
Adapted from Paul Theroux’s bestselling book, The Mosquito Coast follows a family on the run from the US government and seeking escape in Mexico, where they hope to build a simpler life away from American consumerist culture. Critics Tanya Motie and Kohinoor Sahota join Tom to discuss the new TV series and to share their cultural picks of the week.…
 
Dan Plaat of The 3 Lefts Show is my guest once again as we listen through and discuss chapter 9 of The Conquest of Bread. Check out Dan's work: https://3lefts.news/ Follow my everywhere! https://linktr.ee/Bread_Theory Source audiobook: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiiEPQdAopk&list=PLTeHv2rWFci5jO5CwD80id1VBsDfD0Yke&index=9…
 
Perennial Green is on stream with me once again to go through chapters 7 and 8 of The Conquest of Bread by Peter Kropotkin. Chapter 7 source: https://youtu.be/PV-U-kziliU Chapter 8 source: https://youtu.be/1y9F3baxWpY Follow my work: https://linktr.ee/Bread_Theory Follow Perennial Green: https://www.twitch.tv/perennial_green…
 
Eddy Torres of the RRBG Podcast & I have a conversation about how he coped with 2020, his 1st brews, the soundtrack to his youth, his 1st shows, the RRBG Podcast, an interview he would like to redo, the impact of the pandemic on the podcast & his hangover cure. Throughout this interview, Eddy was drinking Mother Earth Brewing Company 's "Flawless I…
 
This week's episode is the LAST episode in this format, where I spin some new tunes that I like. Moving forward, each episode will revolve around a certain theme! Album of the Week: Doc Feldman -- A Healthy Dose of Anxiety The first half of the album is a healthy dose of some anti-anxiety; this album is a bit of a left turn for Doc, veering away fr…
 
Raoul Peck is a Haitian filmmaker whose documentary I Am Not Your Negro, based on the words of James Baldwin, was Oscar-nominated and won a Bafta in 2018. Now he has made a new documentary series in 4 parts, Exterminate All the Brutes, looking at the impact of colonialism and the development of racist ideas using a mixture of voice-over, dramatisat…
 
Fast rising singer-songwriter/producer raven joins Cholo on the show to talk about the inspirations behind his hits Paraluman, S.U.K.I. and Kung Tayo, Tayo (and where she is now), being taken under the wing of OPM icon Rico Blanco, origins of his fandom the Yellow Keepers, his favorite Marvel superheroes, and more to the moon and back! Joining them…
 
A conversation with my promoter & booking agent friends from around the globe to shine some light on the impact of the pandemic on their careers, how they have hustled to stay alive, when they think touring shall return & what they miss the most. Massive thanks to Daniel DeFonce of Continental Touring, Čurby Obscene of Obscene Extreme Festival, Mic…
 
Today the shortlist for the 2021 Women’s Prize for Fiction is revealed. Chair of judges Bernardine Evaristo joins Front Row to talk through the chosen books and explain why they’re worth their place on the list and literary critic Alex Clark gives her reactions.Citizen Kane has been knocked off the top spot on Rotten Tomatoes as a unfavourable revi…
 
Patreon Patreon Contest - Which Strixhaven college would you go to, and what would you study? Three packs of Strixhaven. We’re streaming with patrons most Thursdays now, so watch out for the message on slack to sign up to be eligible for that week. Ryan - @greenegeek Zack - @z4ck38 Together - @commandersocial You can find us on Twitter https://stor…
 
We review new Netflix fantasy series Shadow and Bone. It's being touted as the new Game of Thrones but is it worth the hype? Children's and YA author Katherine Webber Tsang gives her verdict.This weekend the Brighton Festival opens and will be the first UK city festival since lockdown. Last year the guest director Lemn Sissay was ready to launch th…
 
Johnny Christ of Avenged Sevenfold & I have a conversation about how he coped with 2020, his 1st brews, the soundtrack of his youth, his 1st shows, the Drinks with Johnny podcast, dream guests, an Avenged Sevenfold Brew & his hangover cure. Throughout this interview, Johnny was drinking Brouwerij West's "Bounce" the 7.1% ABV West Coast IPA that was…
 
Violinist Nicola Benedetti is performing a new concerto by Mark Simpson, who was winner of both the BBC Young Musician of the Year (as clarinettist) and the BBC Proms/Guardian Young Composer of the Year. Commissioned by the London Symphony Orchestra, Mark wrote it specifically with Nicola in mind. We speak with both of them ahead of this Thursday's…
 
Read the episode transcript here! Rachel has some big personal news, which should explain why this episode is late! Plus, the best in Americana and queer punk. Album of the Week: Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band -- Dance Songs For Hard Times Anyone familiar with their work knows that the Big Damn Band does nothing but dance songs, but this time arou…
 
In a wide ranging extended interview, Sir Tom Jones looks back at his life and career, from his coal-mining upbringing in South Wales to global superstardom. He talks about the therapy he underwent to restore his ability to sing after the death of his wife and the two year quarantine he endured as a child because of tuberculosis. He recalls the tim…
 
Derrick Robertson & Zack Heuff of BreWskey & I have a conversation about how they coped with 2020, their 1st brews, how they got into Brewing, how they deal with the Hype, where they find inspiration, healthy competition, the future of Craft Beer, being Metalheads & their Hangover Cures. Throughout this interview, we enjoyed BreWskey x Third Moon B…
 
Rose Matafeo discusses her new BBC3 comedy Starstruck. It follows Jessie, a millennial living in East London juggling two dead end jobs and navigating the awkward morning-after-the-night-before, when she discovers the complications of accidentally sleeping with a famous film star. She talks about creating a rom-com, diversity and why her comedy her…
 
WE SAID WHAT WE SAID - the POP!corn Drag Race superfans come together once again to look back at our favorite Season 13 moments and queens before the crowning of America's next drag superstar! Whose team are you on: #TeamSymone #TeamGottMik #TeamRose or #TeamKandy? Joining Cholo in this episode are Nikki Bonuel, Jeremiah Capacillo, Therese Dimalant…
 
Actor, writer and director Noel Clarke discusses his latest role in the new five-part ITV drama series Viewpoint, in which he plays a surveillance detective tracking the movements of the prime suspect in the disappearance of a young woman.In the interview he looks back over a career which started with his breakthrough role in Kidulthood in 2006, wh…
 
Patreon Patreon Contest - Which Strixhaven college would you go to, and what would you study? Three packs of Strixhaven. We’re streaming with patrons most Thursdays now, so watch out for the message on slack to sign up to be eligible for that week. Ryan - @greenegeek Zack - @z4ck38 Together - @commandersocial You can find us on Twitter https://stor…
 
Kayo Chingonyi is an award-winning poet, producer, DJ and lyricist. Kayo joins Tom to talk about his much anticipated new collection A Blood Condition, exploring family, identity and his Zambian heritage. Plus his new music podcast series Decode, which takes a deep dive into Dave’s Mercury Prize-winning debut album Psychodrama, revealing its musica…
 
Tom Smith of The Acacia Strain & I have a conversation about how he coped with 2020, his 1st brews, being straight edge for 5 years, the soundtrack of his youth, his 1st shows, T W Smith Guitars, Flick Filled Land Podcast, dropping Slow Decay during a pandemic, a The Acacia Strain brew, the best part of the pandemic & his hangover cure. Throughout …
 
London Grammar's debut album in 2013 won an Ivor Novello Award for Best Song. Their follow up four years later topped the album charts. Singer and songwriter Hannah Reid talks about their latest album Californian Soil, about sexism in the music industry, and using lockdown as a chance to learn to read music.Craig Easton was last week announced as P…
 
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