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All Of It

from WNYC
384
Avg Episode Length: 22 min
Most recent episode: Jan 26, 2023 04:47 PM
Last Checked: Earlier today
Language: en-us Explicit: no Podcast Style: episodic
About this podcast: ALL OF IT is a show about culture and its consumers.

ALL OF IT is a show about culture and context.

ALL OF IT is a show about culture and the culture.

Our aim is to engage the thinkers, doers, makers, and creators, about the what and why of their work. People make the culture and we hope, need, and want the WNYC community to be a part of our show. As we build a community around ALL OF IT, we know that every guest and listener has an opinion. We won’t always agree, but our varied perspectives and diversity of experience is what makes New York City great.

ALL OF IT will be both companion for and curator of the myriad culture this city has to offer. In the words of Cristina De Rossi, anthropologist at Barnet and Southgate College, London:

Culture encompasses religion, food, what we wear, how we wear it, our language, marriage, music, what we believe is right or wrong, how we sit at the table, how we greet visitors, how we behave with loved ones, and a million other things.

...In other words, ALL OF IT.

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Join us for ALL OF IT with Alison Stewart, weekdays from 12:00 - 2:00PM on WNYC.

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[REBROADCAST FROM 1/4]: We're kicking off our 2023 Get Lit season with the latest from Pulitzer Prize winning biographer Stacy Schiff, The Revolutionary: Samuel Adams. Schiff joins us for a preview conversation to discuss the book ahead of our January 31st Get Lit event with musical guest Rosanne Cash. Grab your free tickets now!


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A new photography exhibit called 'This is Home' opened at Flushing Town Hall this past weekend. Featuring work from photographers Janice Chung, An Rong Xu, and Cindy Trinh, the show centers around themes of community and home in Manhattan's Chinatown and in Flushing. Here to walk through the exhibit is photographer Cindy Trinh and Arts Director of Flushing Town Hall Daniel Bamba. The exhibit will be on view until February 26th, Monday-Friday 12-5pm, and admission is free.


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The Museum of Chinese in America has compiled selections from their fashion and costume collections for The Winter Show 2023. Called 'What We Wore in the Beautiful Country,' hand-embroidered traditional dresses and ornate opera gowns tell the story of early immigration of Chinese people to America. Curator Herb Tam and president of MOCA Nancy Yao join to discuss. You can purchase tickets to attend The Winter Show and view the exhibit here.


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Karen Baum Gordon's father escaped the Holocaust -- but not its psychological legacy. She joins us to discuss her book, "The Last Letter," which chronicles his experiences -- and examines what it means to remember.


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With the news of a new H Mart opening on the Upper East Side, food writer Eric Kim joins to talk about the importance of H Mart in Asian American culture and what he loves about shopping there. We'll also take listener calls.


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For this month's installment of Full Bio, we speak with John A. Farrell, author of the new biography, Ted Kennedy: A Life, about the former Massachusetts senator and presidential candidate. On the final day, we speak about Kennedy's run for president in 1980, his famous convention speeches in both 1980 and 2008, and his battle with brain cancer towards the end of his life.


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A new book tells the history of the Rikers Island jail from the perspective of the people who have worked and lived in and around the complex. Journalists Graham Rayman and Reuven Blau join us to discuss, Rikers: An Oral History.


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For this month's installment of Full Bio, we speak with John A. Farrell, author of the new biography, Ted Kennedy: A Life, about the former Massachusetts senator and presidential candidate. On Day three, we speak about Kennedy's personal demons and controversies, including his excessive drinking, and the infamous Chappaquiddick incident which resulted in the death of Kennedy's acquaintance, Mary Jo Kopechne.


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New York Times awards show columnist Kyle Buchanan joins to discuss the nominees for this year's Academy Awards as well as give us a sense of how award season is going so far.


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Over the past month, George Santos, rookie Republican congressman for New York's third district, has been accused of various eyebrow raising lies about his background, like whether or not he is Jewish, if his mother was in a World Trade Center during 9/11, or if he really worked for Goldman Sachs, and that's just to name a few. He's also been accused of violating campaign finance law. Santos has faced calls to resign, but up until he now he has been relatively quiet. Brigid Bergin, senior reporter on the People and Power desk for WNYC/Gothamist who is covering this story, joins to catch us up on the latest of this scandal and the implications of Santos's alleged lies.

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Most recent episode: Jan 26, 2023 12:00 PM
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About this podcast: Ready to shake things up? Kaitlyn is creating a space where girls (and gents) can feel empowered to be themselves... because theres more to life than Instagram, right? Kaitlyn isnt afraid to keep it real as she talks with her amazing guests! Get ready for lots of laughs, candid convo, taboo topics, unfiltered advice, and wine... lots of wine!

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While Kaitlyn is away doing her own inner child work, we thought why not bring some more resources to the Vinos? Two licensed therapists, Emmalee and Jennifer AKA the ShrinkChicks, are diving even deeper into the topics discussed in Tuesday’s inner child work episode. They’re answering all of your questions when it comes to embracing your inner child and entering your healing journey: Is this work going to change how I feel about my parents? How can we recognize and unlearn our childhood patterns? How can we alter the stories we tell ourselves? Plus, they share resources to get started on your healing journey whether you’re looking to enter traditional therapy or hoping to do this work on your own. They wrap by calling some therapy BS and practicing what they preach by embracing their inner children and delivering some quality therapist jokes. 

Books Emmalee and Jennifer would recommend include: 

  • Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents by Lindsay Gibson 
  • Recovery of Your Inner Child by Lucia Cappacione
  • No Bad Parts by Richard Schwartz
  • Homecoming: Reclaiming and Healing Your Inner Child by John Bradshaw
  • It Didn’t Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle by Mark Wolynn
  • Parent Yourself Again: Love Yourself the Way You Have Always Wanted to Be Loved (Self-Compassion) by Yong Kang Chan

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Before Kaitlyn departed for her week-long therapy retreat, she brought in two experts to help us learn more about inner child work. Emmalee and Jennifer, AKA the ShrinkChicks, join the pod to explain everything inner child: Who is our inner child? Does everyone need to do inner child work, or what are some signs we should? How can we raise our children without harming their inner child? And what can we do to work on our inner child outside of traditional therapy (there’s plenty!)? Em, Jen, and KB are very vulnerable in today’s episode as they use examples from their personal lives to dig deep into inner child wounds, anti-relational behaviors and cycles we fall into, and even share confessions from their childhood. Stay tuned for Thursday’s Grape Therapy where the ShrinkChicks return to answer all of YOUR questions about inner child work. In the meantime, be sure to check out their podcast to learn about inner child work and much more.

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Kaitlyn’s BFF, the tater to her tot, and professional face poker (AKA injector) Kat Campbell is back on the podcast! This is one of those episodes you put in your ear holes when you just want to hang out with two weirdos, and is there really anything better? KB and Kat recap their recent trip to the zoo with bb Chandler and talk about the joys (and potential pitfalls) of motherhood. They’re also getting into all things Botox and skincare, their first impressions of each other, some friendship BTS, and playing games that involve the alphabet, celebrity smells, and putting their bestie to the testie. Listen to KB’s previous episode with Kat HERE

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Dreams are absolutely fascinating … but also can be really frikkin’ confusing and strange. So, to get all the answers to her many questions, Kaitlyn invited dream expert, speaker, and author Kelly Sullivan Walden AKA Doctor Dream on the pod to hear directly from the source! Kaitlyn and Kelly are talking about all things dreams and dreaming: Does every dream mean something? How can we remember our dreams? What is going on with reoccurring dreams and can we put an end to them? And, what are precognitive dreams and how do we know if we’re experiencing them? Kaitlyn is diving into a reoccurring dream of her own and Kelly shares why Kaitlyn’s dreams might be indicating what’s next for her. Kelly also explains her OGLE method and how to apply it to your own life in real time. To learn more about Kelly and get her books, visit kellysullivanwalden.com, and to get started on your own dream journey, visit kellysullivanwalden.com/dreamwork! 

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Today’s episode is part of Kaitlyn’s (and hopefully all of the Vino’s) healing journey for the year ahead! Kaitlyn’s new friend Morris Weintraub, Breathing Coach & Breathwork Instructor, joins for a deep dive into all things breathing and breathwork, teaching us how we can work with our bodies to calm our minds and ultimately rise to a higher level of consciousness. Morris expands on his own healing journey, including how he found breathwork and how breathwork can be used to produce similar results as and prepare for plant medicine journeys. The two talk types of breathing modalities, explain how we can breathe to manage our anxiety, and get into the behind the scenes of how and why breathing techniques work for our bodies and minds. Plus, be sure to check out Morris’s free anxiety playbook series for the Vinos, which you can find on his website (MorrisWeintraub.com/OTV) as well as his upcoming event with James Nestor. We’re calling 2023 the year of healing, and we’re just getting started.

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These two were long overdue to join the Vinos so today, KB, Clea, and Joanna are catching up on what has happened in the past 5 (!!) years since they were on the pod. It’s safe to say a lot has gone down in the past half-decade; Clea has overcome cancer, the two have found more success than ever, and both women still know how to share a cringeworthy confession. Clea and Joanna share their intentions going into 2023, reveal whose house they want to organize and the weirdest items they’ve had to organize in the past, and give a behind the scenes on Nashville’s most beautiful friendship. The three peas on the pod definitely have a lot of Best Friend Energy, which is perfect since that’s the name of Clea & Joanna’s new pod, where they will be hanging out on the mic just like they are today. Plus, they’re answering all of your questions and sharing what it’s like working with the one and only Reese Witherspoon who recently acquired their company. 

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It’s been a minute since we had the duo that is KB and JT on the pod, and today they’re sharing with the Vinos their highs, lows, and Buffalos (don’t worry, we’ll explain) from 2022 and their hopes for the year ahead. As usual, they’re not holding back as they talk about everything from misophonia support groups (IYKYK) and their latest content recommendations to struggles from 2022 and Kaitlyn’s upcoming application to be Megan Fox’s girlfriend/doppelganger. Plus, they’re both sharing the therapy techniques they’ve tried or are looking forward to exploring in order to continue to grow through 2023, from storyboarding to journaling to Kaitlyn’s upcoming retreat. This year may be off to a pretty weird start, but it’s only up from here.  

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We’re starting the New Year off right with a highly-requested member of the OTV family… Arielle Vandenberg! While both Kaitlyn and Arielle spent Y2K feeling like the world might end, this year is very different; they’re both excited and rejuvenated as they head into 2023. This year, Arielle will become one of the stars of The White Lotus and Kaitlyn’s pod will be turned into a TV show for both your eyeballs and earholes to enjoy. The two are recapping Arielle’s recent visit to Nashville (after a very enlightening experience that Arielle will tell us all about), manifesting for the year ahead, celebrating what they’re thankful for in the present moment, and getting into their 2023 bucket lists. Plus, they’re sharing worst date stories, finding out the truth about Libras and potato socks, and telling us why the jig is officially up this year.

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Haley and her sister Small T!ts McGee AKA Kaitlyn No Breastowes are back on the mic for round two of our holiday giveaways! They are here to spread some more cheer by playing a game of winter trivia and then hearing two incredible confessions from Vinos who are not afraid of TMI. We’re going to need an update on the first confession involving sexy time, because this is a question that cannot go unanswered. And, the second confession will have you second guessing if you should head to Italy for your next vacay. Plus, they are sharing their words for 2023 since this is the last episode before the New Year (WHAT!?) and trying to guess the same words at the same time… which goes interestingly!? 

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Kaitlyn and sis Haley are in your earholes today to spread holiday cheer by doing an ole giveaway for the Vinos who continue to support Kaitlyn, offering them the chance to win some prizes from KB’s amazing besties who are also entrepreneurs. Oh, and naturally, they’re also discussing quantum jumping (or hoppin’), timeline shifting, and the most interesting topic of all, our own dreams. Haley and KB are catching up on all things fam and young love before they quantum jump into the reason we’re all gathered here today: Vino giveaways! They’re dialin’ up a few lucky callers who are playing games of “Beat KB” where they compete against the host herself to win prizes for their loved ones. Tune in next week to get even more seester time and hear some Vino confessions that will have you LOLing through the season. 

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Talk Ville

from Tom Welling & Michael Rosenbaum
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Avg Episode Length: 54 min
Most recent episode: Jan 25, 2023 08:10 AM
Last Checked: Within the last few hours
Language: en Podcast Style: episodic
About this podcast: It was only a matter of time! Join costars Tom Welling (Clark Kent) and Michael Rosenbaum (Lex Luthor) as they take you behind the scenes of one of the greatest shows of all time, Smallville. With this weekly dose of nostalgia you will get an inside look at what it was like to film each episode and hear fun facts that only those on set could tell you! Tag along with Michael and Tom to revisit the iconic series that changed the way you look at one of America’s favorite superheroes!

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Brian Cox and Robin Ince host a witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists' eyes.
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Join Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum as they break down the countless instances of deceit in this week’s rewatch of Season 2 Episode 3: DUPLICITY … whole lot of lying going on. The guys show love to the performance of Sam Jones III in a pivotal Pete episode and discuss the unique decisions Joe Morton made off script in his sendoff as Dr. Hamilton. Tom talks about what went into Clark ‘stopping a car’ and debates whether or not Lionel was actually blind. Michael talks about the absurdity of Lana snapping over Clark’s ambiguity and how he would have handled learning Clark’s secret. Going to get Sam on later this season… promise! __________________________________________________ 💖 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/talkville ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 👕 New Merch: https://shop.talkvillepodcast.com __________________________________________________ Watch or listen to more episodes! 📺 https://talkvillepodcast.com/show __________________________________________________ Follow us online! 📸 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkvillepodcast/ 🤣 TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thetalkvillepodcast 📘 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/talkvillepodcast 🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkvillepod 🌐 Website: https://www.talkvillepodcast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Might be one of those “show episode was ehh but the rewatch was good” type of weeks - this week as Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum revisit Season 2 Episode 2: HEAT. We find out this episode’s idea to be included in the pilot was canned, and maybe for good reason? Tom remembers what it was like portraying Clark’s pubescent discovery of heat vision, Michael questions why every single sultry single got cut from the show, and we all find out why Smallville was so sweaty in this episode. Enjoy! Thank you to our sponsors: ❤️ Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/talkville 🥬 Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/talkville __________________________________________________ 💖 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/talkville ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 👕 New Merch: https://shop.talkvillepodcast.com __________________________________________________ Watch or listen to more episodes! 📺 https://talkvillepodcast.com/show __________________________________________________ Follow us online! 📸 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkvillepodcast/ 🤣 TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thetalkvillepodcast 📘 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/talkvillepodcast 🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkvillepod 🌐 Website: https://www.talkvillepodcast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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We’re baaack! It’s a new year and a brand new season of our rewatch. This week Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum dive into Season 2 Episode 1 of Smallville: Vortex. They pick up on the tornado cliffhanger from last season’s finale and discuss what it was like behind the scenes to shoot something of that magnitude. The guys also talk about what it was like jumping back into their characters after a hiatus, the emotionally powerful choices taken by John Schneider in this episode, and their feelings around Clark putting on his patented red jacket, blue shirt combo. Thank you to our sponsors: ❤️ Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/talkville 🥬 Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/talkville 🛡️ Policygenius: https://policygenius.com __________________________________________________ 💖 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/talkville ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 👕 New Merch: https://shop.talkvillepodcast.com __________________________________________________ Watch or listen to more episodes! 📺 https://talkvillepodcast.com/show __________________________________________________ Follow us online! 📸 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkvillepodcast/ 🤣 TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thetalkvillepodcast 📘 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/talkvillepodcast 🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkvillepod 🌐 Website: https://www.talkvillepodcast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Last stop before Season 2! This week we revisit our convos with some of the guests who were responsible for making Smallville the incredible show it still is. Including, but not limited to, the work behind the scenes from Al Gough, Miles Millar, Glenn Winter, and Greg Beeman … and the lasting performances on screen from Kristin Kreuk, John Schneider, and John Glover. These were some of our favorite moments from these guests in Season 1. Can’t wait to share who we have planned for Season 2. Thank you to these lovely folks: 🥬 Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/talkville ❤️ Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/talkville ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Before we jump into Season 2, it’s time we recap some of the best moments from Season 1 of Smallville… and there were a lot! Here’s a little compilation episode of Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum revisiting the first season of the show that changed both their lives. This episode covers some of the major threads we got into this season - from FOTW, to risky stunts, to effects that were cutting edge, to suspension of disbelief. Hope you folks enjoy it. Thank you to these lovely folks: 🥬 Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/talkville ❤️ Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/talkville ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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It just wouldn’t be right wrapping up this season without him. The mane, the myth, and the legend John Glover, aka Lionel Luthor, joins Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum as we officially wrap up our rewatch of Season 1 of Smallville and the finale episode Tempest. It was a treat talking to Glover. He remembered what it was like going from a guest star to a regular, how deep the theme of family was in the show, and his true opinion on the character of Lionel Luthor. The guys close the episode by discussing some of the fan voted ‘best of’ moments from Season 1. Any nominations and/ or selections surprise you? ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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That flew by fast… This week Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum review Episode 21 of Smallville, the Season 1 Finale, TEMPEST. From tornado effects, to a Remy Zero live performance, and fighting Luthors, this episode has it all. Not only do the guys review the series’ first cliffhanger episode, but we also leave our rewatch on a bit of a cliffhanger as well. This is the first part of a two part Finale Extravaganza!! Next week we have a highly anticipated guest, give our scores for Tempest, and then review some of the fan voted ‘Best Of’ Season 1 moments. Enjoy! ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Thank you to our Sponsor: 🛡️ Policygenius: https://policygenius.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Join Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum as they share their pinhole point of view on this week’s review of Smallville Episode #20: OBSCURA. The guys grapple with the suspension of disbelief surrounding this particular FOTW episode and explore the drama surrounding the “Clana” vs “Chlark” relationships being developed. Tom fondly remembers the technique to some of the oners in this episode and finds flaws with some of the logic with Clark’s powers we see. Michael realizes what he’s been signing all these years and has issues with Jonathan Kent being too obvious in this episode. BIG finale next week. Don’t miss it. ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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We couldn’t wait to have him on… Join Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum as we dissect the double entendres in Smallville Episode 19 (Crush) with a very special guest: Glenn Winter. In his first of many appearances he’ll have with us, Glenn talks about the impact Smallville had on his young career, his favorite directors throughout the series, and some nostalgic behind the scenes stories. In our review of Crush, Tom talks about the grounded performance of Adam Brody and Clark’s complicated relationship with Lana. Michael sheds a tear for Principal Kwan and remembers how he got out of the funeral scene. ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Join us this week as Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum review Smallville Episode 18: Drone… with a very special guest. The guys discuss the A storyline of the Bee storyline and try to grapple with the suspension of disbelief this close to the end of Season 1. Michael gushes over his admiration for Principal Kwan, Tom defends his ‘every four episodes’ theory, and both guys get schooled on the art of Smallville podcasting. Fun episode this week, let us know what you would score this one!! BIG thank you to Zach Moore ( @alwaysmallville ) for joining us this week! Give the guy some love over on his show!! ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Thank you to our Sponsor: ❤️ Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/talkville Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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TRU Talks About Theater

from Theater Resources Unlimited | Electracast
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Avg Episode Length: 64 min
Most recent episode: Jan 24, 2023 11:10 PM
Last Checked: Earlier today
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About this podcast: TRU, or Theater Resources Unlimited, was formed to promote a spirit of cooperation and support within the general theatre community by providing information and a variety of entertainment-related services and resources that strengthen the capacity of producing organizations, individuals producers, self-producing artists and other theater professionals.

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In the room: Eric Neal, founder of Third Act, the first-of-its-kind NFT marketplace for the theater community. Through NFT creation and issuance using year's the Hedera Token Service, productions can offer theatre-goers the next generation of authentic digital merchandise. Learn what NFT is, how it can range from one-of-a-kind collectibles to limited editions; what NFTs can offer a show in terms of marketing and community engagement; and how technology tracks the provenance of each item to assure authenticity. Though it sounds like an abstract concept, it actually has very practical applications. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: producer/videographer Jeremy Handelman of Off the Leash Productions; commercial producer Cody Lassen (How I Learned to Drive revival, Thoughts of a Colored Man, Tootsie, What the Constitution Means to Me,Indecent, Significant Other, Spring Awakening revival); and Gio Messale, head of content and producer specializing in Production, Acquisitions and Programming at BroadwayHD theatrical streaming platform. We'll look at using technology in creative ways to shake up "business as usual" in theater and better serve audiences; and consider current tastes and trends in the entertainment industry and how to tap into a post-shutdown consumer culture. Should we presume extensive Zoom fatigue by now, or has online medium reshaped the consumer experience? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: Kate Bussert/Bret Adams Ltd., Bonnie Davis/Bret Adams Ltd., Katie Gamelli/Paladin Artists and Lucy Powis/A3 Artists Agency. The effect of the shutdown on the role of literary agents: how contracts have changed, and the way of doing business in general has evolved. Will some of the changes remain even as live theater is reopening? Has the shutdown affected the development of new works, and has the role of an agent shifted in any way? Are opportunities for new works to flourish still limited, or simply different? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: Marcia Pendelton, founder and president of Walk Tall Girl Productions, a boutique marketing, audience development and group sales agency for the performing arts with a special emphasis placed on the theater. Recent credits: MJ, Thoughts of a Colored Man, Lackawanna Blues and Skeleton Crew. In addition her company provided marketing services for Choir Boy, Saint Joan, August Wilson’s Jitney, and Sweat as well as significant group sales support for Tina: The Tina Turner Musical and Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations. The good news: the current season has shown a significant increase in works by black writers produced by more diverse teams. The bad news: this long-awaited uptick happened during the reluctant post-pandemic reopening of theater. Will this conscious effort to bring more diverse voices to the stage have a lasting effect? Has it changed the makeup of the commercial Broadway audience? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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n the room: writer David Beardsley (Every Creeping Thing), writer John Busser (Obstacle), writer James McLindon (The First Anti-Vaxxers), writer Kristy Thomas (Only Black), writer Ian Patrick Williams (Slave Trade). A zoom reading can be as simple as talking heads in frames, but what do you do when you need to generate the sense of a real production with interaction and production values, and still adhere to the restrictions of shutdown? Though we're coming back to live performance, in order to use the Theatre Authority Benefit Agreement, TRUSpeak still needed to be shot virtually with actors in isolation. What happens to a play conceived for stage when it has to be rethought for virtual presentation? What did the writers learn, and what might they take with them into the future? What was it like having to think in film terms? What was lost, what was gained? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: Erik Bottcher, councilperson for New York City's 3rd district (Chelsea, Hell’s Kitchen, Greenwich Village, West SoHo, Hudson Square, Times Square, Garment District, Flatiron, Upper West Side); Aimee Todoroff, managing director League of Independent Theater. A followup to the conversation we had with Erik last fall. While government support for the arts is a given in many countries, why has America been slow to actively support our cultural voice? This touchstone of national identity is rarely even mentioned in political speeches about key issues that affect our country. Is it inevitable that other social issues be prioritized over the struggle of artists? In our educational system, why do sports outperform the arts in the arena of funding? Currently what is New York doing to support the return of theater and what are the most effective channels to go through to initiate necessary changes? And how are a politician’s well-meaning goals affected by the realities of the political world? We pose these questions to our honored guests as we hope to raise awareness of the needs of both the independent and commercial theater communities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: Chris Grady, producer, director at CGO Institute, fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts, staunch networker; James Steel, a Scottish born commercial producer (Ushers) and specialist in ticketing and sales in the West End; and Megan Schadler, a New York based writer and producer exploring trans-National productions and producing for companies in New York and the UK, co-founder of The Fifth Producer multi-national collective. A follow-up to last October's conversation with Chris and Megan, a reality check on the UK scene and explorations of needs/hopes for the future. We'll also hear about current initiatives to foster stronger ties among producers, with a focus on international collaborations that generate opportunities to find what connects us all as human beings. Plus a dive into the differences in producing here in US versus UK, and the variables in reopening theater. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Friday 4/8 - Virtual Teamwork: "TRUSpeak" and the Director/Technologist Collaboration. In the room: director Andrea Andresakis (Slave Trade), director Glynn Borders (Obstacle), TRUSpeak technical director Iben Cenholt, editor Joe Nelms (Slave Trade), technologist Carley Santori (The First Anti-Vaxxers, Slave Trade). In transitioning from live performance to virtual for our TRUSpeak: Hear Our Voices! gala, TRU made a choice to bring on technical collaborators from day one when possible. We'll talk about the value of a director of photography and the absolute necessity for a creative editor, the advantages of bring them on early, what each does and how a director's vision is guided and often inspired by a tech-savvy collaborator. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Friday 4/1 - Success by Association: The Advantages of APAP for Getting Seen and Getting Booked. In the room: Sue Noseworthy, Director of Membership of Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP), and Mister Mojo of Mojo and the Bayou Gypsies. First, a basic overview of APAP as an association, and how they serve members with a specific focus on the APAP/NYC conference’s showcases and EXPO hall, plus their new colleagues program and information about joining. Then Mister Mojo will speak about smart ways to use this annual conference for extending your artistic reach, his personal experience as an artist member of APAP, and advice for others who are looking to join APAP and get on the radar of bookers around the country. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Friday 3/25 - Maximizing Your Visibility on Social Media. In the room: Benita Samuels, Linked In subject matter expert with The Visibility Solutions Group. Understanding of LinkedIn and social media platforms is the start, but the conversation will expand into broader marketing, strategy and business-driving initiatives for solopreneurs, including artists. Click here to watch the YouTube video - or click here to subscribe to our channel! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Moth

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About this podcast: Since its launch in 1997, The Moth has presented thousands of true stories, told live and without notes, to standing-room-only crowds worldwide. Moth storytellers stand alone, under a spotlight, with only a microphone and a roomful of strangers. The storyteller and the audience embark on a high-wire act of shared experience which is both terrifying and exhilarating. Since 2008, The Moth podcast has featured many of our favorite stories told live on Moth stages around the country. For information on all of our programs and live events, visit themoth.org.

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Start your engines! In this hour, stories of being driven -- bound, determined, or literally in the passenger seat of a car. This episode is hosted by Moth Director, Jenifer Hixson. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

Hosted by: Jenifer Hixson

Storytellers:

Juliette Holmes experiences segregation first hand as a child in Georgia.

Tracey Crosier interviews for a radio job and gets more than she bargained for.

Jennifer Leahy deals with the death of a patient for the first time.

Omar Qureshi tries to show his cousin a good time when he visits the US.


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On this episode, we talk to Mojdeh Rezaeipour about the situation in Iran, and hear a story from her. This episode is hosted by Jenifer Hixson.

If you want to learn more about the ongoing revolutionary movement in Iran, Mojdeh recommends following the Instagram accounts @from____Iran and @collectiveforblackiranians for information on what's happening in English.

Storyteller: Mojdeh Rezaeipour


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In this hour, stories about guts and courage. This episode is hosted by The Moth’s Artistic Director, Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

Hosted by: Catherine Burns

Storytellers:

AJ Jacobs

Aleathia Brown

Kwong Yue Yang

Nisha Coleman

Leonard Lee Smith


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In this hour, stories of diving in head first and putting it all on the line. Unconventional gifts, apex predators, and stock car racing. This episode is hosted by Moth producer and director Jodi Powell. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

Hosted by: Jodi Powell

Storytellers:

Andrew McGill learns more about his father than he bargained for.

Aspiring primate veterinarian Estella Z Jones has a shift in perspective about her own life after seeing animals in the wild.

Ashamed of not knowing how to ride a bike, Francesca Hays attempts to learn in secret.

Michael Corso enters a stock car race for blind drivers.


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On this episode, we hear two stories about new years and new beginnings. This episode is hosted by Michelle Jalowski.

Storytellers:

Dan Kennedy tries to make his new years’… explosive.

Ophira Eisenberg has a magical new years in a magical city.


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This episode, we revisit our 20th anniversary special, playing some of our favorite stories from The Moth’s history. This episode is hosted by Sarah Austin Jenness. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

Hosted by: Sarah Austin Jenness

Storytellers:

Richie DiSalvo

Jessi Klein

Sisonke Msimang


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This week, we bear witness. From a Soviet labor camp, to a school desegregation, to a fight over books. This episode is hosted by Meg Bowles. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

Hosted by: Meg Bowles

Storytellers:

Toby Price

Sybil Jordan Hampton

Victor Levenstein


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Don your finest duds! This week, The Moth Radio Hour is all about clothes -- from DIY threads to silk blouses, from a prison visiting room to a runway in France. This episode is hosted by Moth producer and director Chloe Salmon. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

Hosted by: Chloe Salmon

Tween Horace Sanders creates a homemade Halloween costume.

Deepa Ambekar is caught off guard by a prison's dress code for visitors.

Zakiya Minifee fails to heed her mother's fashion advice. 

Adrienne Burris is certain that her new husband has ruined her favorite blouse. 

Graham Shelby joins the football team as a gentle teenager. 

Model Norma Jean Darden participates in a historic catwalk battle. 


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On this episode, we take a look back at the beginning of The Moth, and hear a story from our founder - George Dawes Green. This episode is hosted by Melvin Estrella and Pegi Vail.

Storyteller

George Dawes Green describes his encounters with the many characters of Surrency, Georgia while working on a crisis hotline.

If you’d like to listen to the stories Pegi and Melvin mentioned, here are links:

Reflections From Space by Frederick Hauck

Merci by Candido Tirado and Carmen Rivera


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A special Holiday Hour from The Moth. The unexpected gifts of December: holiday customs, brand new traditions, flying cows, fruit, luminaries and a magical forest. Hosted by The Moth’s Executive Producer, Sarah Austin Jenness. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

Hosted by: Sarah Austin Jenness

Adam Ruben is at a loss when it comes to buying Christmas gifts.

Pierre Epstein is a little boy tracking the progress of his Uncle Igor's escape from Nazi-occupied France.

Ed McCarthy break sinto the house he grew up in to rescue a precious box of Christmas decorations.

Katie Fales grandfather is a rancher who was to rescue a bunch of stranded steer.

Catherine McCarthy finally admits she's homesick during Christmas in Thailand.

David Frieberg and his son are amazed by an accidental forest during a blizzard in NYC.

Denise Scheurmann has a terminally ill father but her neighbors don't forget to light her Christmas luminaries.

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Cancelled Movie Report

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About this podcast: ‘Cancelled Movie Report’ is a documentary podcast series that looks into all the best movies Hollywood never made. Using a full voice cast, soundtrack and SFX, we bring these movies to life!

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By popular demand, here is the story and scene recreations for 'At The Mountains of Madness' from Season 3 in one single episode.

All of the film goodness, with less Eden and Cambo.

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This Christmas we are talking about the cancelled sequel to one of the most beloved Christmas movies of all time… Elf! We read through the screenplay for the scrapped sequel and find out why Will Ferrell turned down a whopping $29 million pay day!

 

00:00 - Intro

 

01:03 - The History of The Project

 

6:09 - The Story

 

37:33 - What Happened?

 

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Support the show on PATREON Today we are releasing an episode of our Patreon bonus podcast - Casting Call

Did you know this film wasn't always a comedy? And its original lead role was meant for an 80s action icon?

 

PLUS, we swap out Eddie Murphy with another huge A-List actor, who was offered the lead role too.

 

Alex Foley was voiced by Mark Sanders


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Check out this great video on E.T 2 by Hemmas Studios

 

This Halloween we are talking about the cancelled sequel to one of the most beloved movies of all time… E.T. We read through the real 9 page document Steven Spielberg and screenwriter Melissa Mathison wrote for the film.

 

00:00 - Intro/Recap

 

01:02 - The History of The Project

 

7:44 - The Story

 

24:29 - What Happened?

 

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Support the show on PATREON Today we are releasing an episode of our Patreon bonus podcast - Casting Call

Did you know the search for Jack and Rose was so extensive? Did you know so many actors and actresses auditioned for the roles? PLUS, we swap out Leonardo DiCaprio with another huge A-List actor, who very nearly landed the role too. Alright? Alright, alright, alright... Jack Dawson was voiced by Matt Conaghan


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Today we take a look back at all the movie projects we covered in Season 3, read some of your thoughts! Plus we talk about what is coming NEXT for Cancelled Movie Report.

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Also don't forget to check out How Did This NOT Get Made?

 

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This episode was voice by Altered

 

We are finish off talking about the much requested Superman: Flyby by J.J Abrams. 

 

We also go through the film beat by beat to show you exactly what it would have been like!

 

00:00 - Intro/Recap

 

04:09 - The Film (Continued)

 

44:57 - What Happened?

 

1:01:05 - Outro

 

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PART 1 OF 2

 

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This episode was voice with Altered

 

We are finish off Season 3 by talking about the much requested Superman: Flyby by then new comer J.J Abrams. 

We also go through the film beat by beat to show you exactly what it would have been like!

 

00:00 - Intro

 

01:21 - What We Know

 

14:08 - The Film

 

54:11 - Outro

 

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PART 2 OF 2

 

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A huge thanks to Not Tom Cruise for this episode!

 

This week we finish the story of Guillermo del Toro’s cancelled magnum opus ‘At The Mountains of Madness’. We also break down how it all went wrong.

 

00:00 - Intro/Recap

 

02:09 - The Film (Continued)

 

41:30 - What Happened?

 

53:20 - Outro

 

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PART 1 OF 2

 

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A huge thanks to Not Tom Cruise for this episode!

 

This week we talk all about Guillermo del Toro’s cancelled magnum opus ‘At The Mountains of Madness’. Del Toro was hot off a Blockbuster hit and critical darling. He managed to get a Hollywood legend as producer, top effects house locked in for VFX and the biggest movie star in the world as the lead… What could possibly go wrong?

 

00:00 - Intro

 

01:23 - What We Know

 

14:51 - The Film

 

51:41 - Outro

 

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About this podcast: Parson’s Nose is a professional, nonprofit theater in its 22nd season in Pasadena, California, introducing classic plays and stories in accessible, professional, short form presentations. Please subscribe if you can, and go to www.parsonsnose.org. for more about us. Your donations are very much appreciated in these times. Our benefactors include the California Arts Council, the Los Angeles County Arts Commission. The City of Pasadena Cultural Affairs Department, The Ann Peppers Foundation, The Molina Family Foundation, the Pasadena Community Foundation and the Rotary Club of Pasadena. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pntradio/support

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Eugene Field (1850-1895) a nationally known Saint Louis/Chicago columnist, was also The Poet Laureate of Children for his work including "Wynken, Blynken and Nod", "The Duel" and "Little Boy Blue", written for his eight children. Performed by Peter Kovner. For more about us, for more podcasts, and / or to make a tax deductible donation, please go to www.parsonsnose.org.

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Tom Taylor's popular comic-melodrama, previously overshadowed by its connection to the assassination of America's beloved President, Abraham Lincoln, now "recalled to life" by the Parson's Nose Players: James Calvert, Christina Carlisi, Mary Chalon, Marisa Chandler, Paul Perri, John Harnagel, Jill Rogosheske, Heather Taylor, Barry Gordon and Lance Davis. Running time: 80 minutes. Pause whenever you wish and pick up again. Tell your friends, and please consider subscribing to our "Parson's Nose Radio Theater" podcasts "wherever you get your podcasts". For more about Parson's Nose Theater, and for all our episodes, please go to www.parsonsnose.org where you can also make a tax-deductible donation!

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Jean Giraudoux's modern fairy tale, written in Nazi-occupied Paris in 1944. Speculators threaten to destroy the neighborhood, and all Paris, by drilling below for oil. Can the fanciful "little people" save their beloved Chaillot? A beautiful story of empowerment and hope. Starring the Parson's Nose Players, Mary Chalon as Countess Aurelia, Jill Rogosheske, Marisa Chandler, Heather Taylor, John Lee, John Harnagel, Gary Lamb, James Calvert, Barry Gordon, Paul Perri, Ronny King and Lance Davis. Original score by Tom Peters. Adapted by Lance Davis. Running Time: two glasses of wine.

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How rarely we listen to the most audacious (and treasonous!) response to oppression in American History! 56 men met in cramped quarters in the hot, muggy, Philadelphia June of 1776. The windows were nailed shut lest spies report on their discussions.  They argued about taxation, slavery, big states vs. small states. The one mission that became clear was the need for independence from English tyranny. They signed a document declaring to all that a new nation had been founded. They  sparked the fire that lit the world.

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Henry G. Lee was a poet, a South Pasadena High graduate, and a soldier in World War 2.  He was captured while defending the Bataan Peninsula and spent the war in a POW concentration camp. His poetry, found wrapped in canvas and buried beneath his tent, expresses the reality, the despair and the longing experienced by his men. He died in a Japanese "Hell Ship", bombed by American planes. 

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"You are a man, and so am I." In 1848, former slave Frederick Douglass published at letter to Thomas Auld, his former slave master, on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of his escape. The eloquence, power and dignity of this self-taught man proclaims his rightful place in the pantheon of American heroes. His "Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass/ American Slave" will be recorded later in our season.

Parson's Nose believes it is our privilege and joy to know these great works. 

Performed by acclaimed American actor/director/producer Gregg T. Daniel. Produced by Lance Davis. "No More Auction Block" Paul Robson. "You Better Mind" Bessie Jones

Running time 26 minutes.

For more about us and for all 50 of our Radio Theater podcasts, please go to parsonsnose.org where you can sign up for our NoseLetter. We are also on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can subscribe to our podcasts on Spotify and iTunes. "Alexa, play Parson's Nose Radio Theater"!

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All those Irish beggar children. What's to be done? If you have a better solution, let's hear it. Jonathan Swift, Trinity College Dean, presents "a Modest Proposal for Preventing the Children of Poor People From being a Burthen to Their Parents and Country." Adapted and recorded by Lance Davis for Parson's Nose Radio Theater. 17 minutes. Also available at www.parsonsnose.org. It's rough sailing for small theater groups.Please consider subscribing. Donations much appreciated.

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We're so fortunate to have long time friends who coincidentally happen to be wonderful artists. Such is the case with Mr. Warren C. Bowles, a compatriot from University of Notre Dame, University of Minnesota, Angers France, and a founding member of the Mixed Blood Theater, actor, director, and teacher, in arts-vibrant Minneapolis. "Bowles" stopped by for a PNT reunion last week while visiting LA, and we harassed him into giving us a bit of his favorite Shakespeare, The Tempest. Two bits, actually. Caliban's plea to escape his enslavement, and Prospero's plea to the audience to free him to go back to Naples. Two short speeches that once again display the imaginative genius of the boy from Stratford. Who else would put poetry into the mouth of a half human/ half beast. Who else would ask the audience' breath to fill his sails back to his homeland. So effortless. (5 minutes)

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Welcome to Russia! Anton Chekhov's hilarious one-act comedy. A Cossack soldier. A country widow. A debt. "I'll bring her down like a chicken!". Starring Parson's Nose Company members Christina Carlisi, Barry Gordon and Lance Davis. Adapted by Lance Davis. Music by Thomas Peters. Sound engineering by Dave Bennett. 32 minutes.

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Parson's Nose Radio Theater presents "The Marriage Proposal". Anton Chekhov, Russia's finest playwright, who gave us "The Seagull", "The Cherry Orchard" and "Uncle Vanya", also had a gift for comedy. Will Natalya and Lomov at last find true love? And for how long? Starring James Calvert, Marisa Chandler, and Lance Davis. Adapted by Lance Davis. Sound by Lance Davis and Dave Bennett. 22 minutes. (Happy Valentine's) For more Parson's Nose Radio Theater please go to www.parsonsnose.com. Please consider subscribing, and/or making a tax-deductible contribution.

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ElectraCast Behind the Scenes

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About this podcast: Looking for backstage interviews with ElectraCast hosts, actors and creators of great podcasts? ElectraCast Behind the Scenes is where you will find inside stories, secrets and backgrounds exploring the untold and unseen truths of ElectraCast Medias mission to create community and amplify diverse voices through compelling entertainment and story.   Visit us at www.electracast.com.

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ElectraCast Media is pleased to bring you interviews with lead cast members from The Last Saturday Night courtesy of the Too Opinionated podcast with host Mike Wall. Tim Russ started to pursue acting full time in 1985. During that time he's been on many TV shows and movies - including The Twilight Zone, Amazing Stories, Thirtysomething, Jake and the Fatman, 21 Jump Street, Beauty and the Beast, The People Next Door, Mancuso, FBI, Family Matters, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Them, 4400, Swamp Thing, The Orville ,Tequila and Bonetti, SeaQuest 2032, Dark Justice, Murphy Brown, Monty, Star Trek: Voyager, Melrose Place, Any Day Now, The Highwayman, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, among others. Along with his television experience he has also played in a variety of films, including Crossroads, Fire with Fire, Timestalkers, Spaceballs, Death Wish 4: The Crackdown, Pulse, Bird, Roots: The Gift, Eve of Destruction, Dead Silence, Night Eyes II, Mr. Saturday Night, Star Trek: Generations, Dead Connection, East of Hope Street. During his comprehensive acting career he appeared in numerous theatrical productions including "Romeo & Juliet", "Barrabas", "Dream Girls", "As You Like It", "Twelfth Night", and "Cave Dwellers.”  When not acting, Russ finds time for music and film producing. Songs sung by Tim Russ are available on the CDs "Only a Dream in Rio", "Tim Russ", "Kushangaza" and "Brave New World". Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe) Check out the Website: Meisterkhan.com Based on true stories, The Last Saturday Night scripted podcast follows a diverse cast of characters who use humor, delivery apps, booze, weed and Zoom meetings to cope with their new reality. Join Sherilyn Fenn, Eric Roberts, Jennifer Elise Cox, Edward Asner and the rest of the gang on their funny and touching adventures. Created by Jennifer Nash.  An ElectraCast Production. Find us everywhere: Official Website. Follow on Instagram. Follow on Twitter. Follow on TikTok. Follow on Facebook. Watch on YouTube. Visit ElectraCast Media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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ElectraCast Media is pleased to bring you interviews with lead cast members from The Last Saturday Night courtesy of the Too Opinionated podcast with host Mike Wall. Too Opinionated was lucky enough to sit down with Ed Asner in one of his final interviews.  Ed Asner is a television legend, the winner of seven acting Emmy Awards. In all he has been nominated 20 times for an Emmy Award, with 17 nods for a Primetime Emmy and three for a Daytime award. As well as being one of the most outstanding and most respected actors of his generation, equally adept at comedy as he is at drama, Asner also made a name for himself as a trade unionist and a political activist. He served two terms as president of the Screen Actors Guild. Ed Asner 1929 – 2021.  Listen to Ed as part of the cast for the Last Saturday Night Podcast in his final acting role.  Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe) Check out the Website: Meisterkhan.com Based on true stories, The Last Saturday Night scripted podcast follows a diverse cast of characters who use humor, delivery apps, booze, weed and Zoom meetings to cope with their new reality. Join Sherilyn Fenn, Eric Roberts, Jennifer Elise Cox, Edward Asner and the rest of the gang on their funny and touching adventures. Created by Jennifer Nash.  An ElectraCast Production. Find us everywhere: Official Website. Follow on Instagram. Follow on Twitter. Follow on TikTok. Follow on Facebook. Watch on YouTube. Visit ElectraCast Media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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ElectraCast Media is pleased to bring you interviews with lead cast members from The Last Saturday Night courtesy of the Too Opinionated podcast with host Mike Wall. On this episode of Too Opinionated, we continue with our interviews with the cast of the hit audio drama The Last Saturday Night by visiting with actor Eric Roberts,  joined by his wife, actress Eliza Roberts.  Eric is an Academy Award nominee for his role in Runaway Train, and a three-time Golden Globe nominee for Runaway Train, Star 80, and King of the Gypsies. He is also known for his roles in Best of the Best, Lovelace, The Cable Guy, The Pope of Greenwich Village, Greys Anatomy, Doctor Who, Justice League and The Righteous Gemstones.  Eliza is known for her work on Animal House, Dr. Who, Lois and Clark, and Midnight Caller. Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe) Check out the Website: Meisterkhan.com Based on true stories, The Last Saturday Night scripted podcast follows a diverse cast of characters who use humor, delivery apps, booze, weed and Zoom meetings to cope with their new reality. Join Sherilyn Fenn, Eric Roberts, Jennifer Elise Cox, Edward Asner and the rest of the gang on their funny and touching adventures. Created by Jennifer Nash.  An ElectraCast Production. Find us everywhere: Official Website. Follow on Instagram. Follow on Twitter. Follow on TikTok. Follow on Facebook. Watch on YouTube. Visit ElectraCast Media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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ElectraCast Media is pleased to bring you interviews with lead cast members from The Last Saturday Night courtesy of the Too Opinionated podcast with host Mike Wall. Jennifer Elise Cox combines a glowing personality with outlandish humor to invent her own comedic style. Jennifer burst on the scene in 1995 with her excellent yet underrated performance as middle child "Jan Brady" in "The Brady Bunch" movies. Growing up in New York City's lower East Side, Jennifer dreamed of becoming an actress and at the very young age of 4 began her career acting in commercials. Before comedy and film Jennifer, a highly trained ballerina, performed dramatic roles in New York stage operas such as "Don Giovanni" and "Madame Butterfly" before "The Brady Bunch" movies set her on a path to create her unique comedic roles. She has appeared in numerous films and TV shows, such as Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Edtv, Bewitched, The Backup Plan, Spooky Buddies and Stars in the upcoming indie comedy Out West, which she also produced. On Television Jennifer is considered one of Hollywood's "go-to" improv comedic actresses, creating hilarious characters on Web Therapy, 10 Items or Less, Lovespring International as well as many memorable guest starring roles on CSI: NY, Will & Grace, Nip/Tuck, Six Feet Under, and so many more. Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe) Check out the Website: Meisterkhan.com Based on true stories, The Last Saturday Night scripted podcast follows a diverse cast of characters who use humor, delivery apps, booze, weed and Zoom meetings to cope with their new reality. Join Sherilyn Fenn, Eric Roberts, Jennifer Elise Cox, Edward Asner and the rest of the gang on their funny and touching adventures. Created by Jennifer Nash.  An ElectraCast Production. Find us everywhere: Official Website. Follow on Instagram. Follow on Twitter. Follow on TikTok. Follow on Facebook. Watch on YouTube. Visit ElectraCast Media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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ElectraCast Media is pleased to bring you interviews with lead cast members from The Last Saturday Night courtesy of the Too Opinionated podcast with host Mike Wall. Actor Hannah Aline is known for her work on Doom Patrol, P Valley, The Miseducation of Bindu, Tell me Your Secrets, Legacies, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, Monarch and The Hunt.  Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe) Check out the Website: Meisterkhan.com Based on true stories, The Last Saturday Night scripted podcast follows a diverse cast of characters who use humor, delivery apps, booze, weed and Zoom meetings to cope with their new reality. Join Sherilyn Fenn, Eric Roberts, Jennifer Elise Cox, Edward Asner and the rest of the gang on their funny and touching adventures. Created by Jennifer Nash.  An ElectraCast Production. Find us everywhere: Official Website. Follow on Instagram. Follow on Twitter. Follow on TikTok. Follow on Facebook. Watch on YouTube. Visit ElectraCast Media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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ElectraCast Media is pleased to bring you interviews with lead cast members from The Last Saturday Night courtesy of the Too Opinionated podcast with host Mike Wall. Tall and imposing, Nevada native Chris Browning initially intended to be a screenwriter but enrolled in the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles without realizing it was a school for actors only. Taking to the craft, Browning received one of his first parts in a Dr. Pepper commercial before spending the 1990s working in television. While continuously battling substance abuse, Browning's roles included a regular part in the short-lived baseball sitcom Hardball and a seven-episode guest appearance on LL Cool J's first show In the House. Browning's problems with addiction led to a period of homelessness before finding sobriety in Taos, New Mexico. Five years of inactivity ended when Browning responded to a call for extras for the Western mini-series Into the West. During his comeback, Browning moved away from televised comedy and into big-screen action. A small part as a deputy sheriff in 3:10 to Yuma helped raise Browning's profile, as well as pairing him for the first time with popular actor Christian Bale. The two teamed up again for the fourth installment in the "Terminator" science-fiction series, Terminator Salvation. Browning has continued working steadily, playing small parts in major action films like Cowboys & Aliens while displaying his versatility in independent productions including Felon, in which he played a Neo-Nazi prisoner.  Chris is also known for his roles in Bright, Ray Donovan, Westworld, The Lincoln Lawyer, The 100, Bosch, Agent Carter, The Bridge, Wildfire, and As the World Turns.  Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe) Check out the Website: Meisterkhan.com Based on true stories, The Last Saturday Night scripted podcast follows a diverse cast of characters who use humor, delivery apps, booze, weed and Zoom meetings to cope with their new reality. Join Sherilyn Fenn, Eric Roberts, Jennifer Elise Cox, Edward Asner and the rest of the gang on their funny and touching adventures. Created by Jennifer Nash.  An ElectraCast Production. Find us everywhere: Official Website. Follow on Instagram. Follow on Twitter. Follow on TikTok. Follow on Facebook. Watch on YouTube. Visit ElectraCast Media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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ElectraCast Media is pleased to bring you interviews with lead cast members from The Last Saturday Night courtesy of the Too Opinionated podcast with host Mike Wall. Actor Allison Dunbar is known for her work on The Sopranos, Quick Draw, StartUp, Dave, Yellowstone, The Mike Tyson Mysteries, Modern Family, Angie Tribeca, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, 2 Broke Girls, For All Mankind, and Tacoma FD.  Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe) Check out the Website: Meisterkhan.com Based on true stories, The Last Saturday Night scripted podcast follows a diverse cast of characters who use humor, delivery apps, booze, weed and Zoom meetings to cope with their new reality. Join Sherilyn Fenn, Eric Roberts, Jennifer Elise Cox, Edward Asner and the rest of the gang on their funny and touching adventures. Created by Jennifer Nash.  An ElectraCast Production. Find us everywhere: Official Website. Follow on Instagram. Follow on Twitter. Follow on TikTok. Follow on Facebook. Watch on YouTube. Visit ElectraCast Media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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ElectraCast Media is pleased to bring you interviews with lead cast members from The Last Saturday Night courtesy of the Too Opinionated podcast with host Mike Wall. The sultry, versatile, petite (5' 4") beauty Sherilyn Fenn was born Sheryl Ann Fenn in Detroit, Michigan, into a family of musicians. The youngest of three children, her mother, Arlene Quatro, played keyboard in rock bands, her aunt is rock-star Suzi Quatro, and her grandfather, Art Quatro, was a jazz musician. Her father, Leo Fenn, was the manager of such bands as The Pleasure Seekers (the all-girl band formed by the Quatro sisters), Alice Cooper, and The Billion Dollar Babies. Fenn began her career with a number of B-movies including The Wild Life (alongside Chris Penn), skater film Thrashin' (opposite Josh Brolin) and teen-fantasy movie The Wraith (opposite Charlie Sheen). She had a memorable part in the cult teen-comedy Just One of the Guys in which she tries to seduce a teenage girl disguised as a boy, played by Joyce Hyser. Fenn landed her first starring role, as an engaged heiress to an old Southern family experiencing her sexual awakening in Zalman King's erotic drama film Two Moon Junction, after which she said she wanted to hide for a year. Fenn won her most outstanding role and made an indelible impression on the public when she was cast by David Lynch and Mark Frost as the tantalizing Audrey Horne, the high-school femme fatale from the critically acclaimed TV series Twin Peaks. The series ran from 1990 to 1991, and the character of Audrey was one of the most popular with fans, in particular for her unrequited love for FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper (played by Kyle MacLachlan) and her style from the '50s (with her saddle shoes, plaid skirts and tight sweaters). Sherilyn made a memorable impression as the cherry stem-twisting siren. Sherilyn is the lead actress for the hit new audio drama, The Last Saturday Night. She is also known for her roles on Twin Peaks, Of Mice and Men, Boxing Helena, Cave Dweller, SWAT, Goliath, Titans, The Magicians, and Shining Vale.  Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe) Check out the Website: Meisterkhan.com Based on true stories, The Last Saturday Night scripted podcast follows a diverse cast of characters who use humor, delivery apps, booze, weed and Zoom meetings to cope with their new reality. Join Sherilyn Fenn, Eric Roberts, Jennifer Elise Cox, Edward Asner and the rest of the gang on their funny and touching adventures. Created by Jennifer Nash.  An ElectraCast Production. Find us everywhere: Official Website. Follow on Instagram. Follow on Twitter. Follow on TikTok. Follow on Facebook. Watch on YouTube. Visit ElectraCast Media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Cryptonaturalist

from Jarod Anderson
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About this podcast: The CryptoNaturalist is a scripted bi-weekly podcast that explores strange nature. A bit true. Mostly fiction. New episodes 3rd/17th.

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Hidden lore poetry by Mia Cong. Mia is an aspiring chef, occasional poet, and current scribe working under the handle theshitpostcalligrapher across all platforms. Still looking through the urban wilds of Toronto Canada for a kitchen to call home, you can find her writings and love of the deep ocean and decay at genericpoetryblog on tumblr.  

Special thanks to Guy Montgomery for voicing this episode’s field report. Guy does stand up comedy and you can watch him do his new show “Guy Montgomery By Name, Guy Montgomery By Nature” this month at the Melbourne Comedy Festival or in May at the Sydney Comedy Festival. If you aren’t going to be in Australia for those shows, check him out on Twitter @guy_mont or on the podcast The Worst Idea of All Time, a show that started with two friends watching and reviewing the movie Grown-Ups 2 every week for a year and, if anything, has gotten stranger since then. Guy is a delight. Look him up. His website: guymontgomery.co.nz

 

Check out Field Guide to the Haunted Forest by Jarod K. Anderson wherever books are sold.

 Reminder: Transcripts of this and every episode are available at cryptonaturalist.com.

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The CryptoNaturalist

PO Box 837

Delaware, OH 43015

 Exclusive stickers, pins, shirts, and access to bonus content and strange expertise on strange topics awaits you at our patreon page. Patreon.com/CryptoNaturalist.  

You’ll find information about submitting your poetry or prose for our hidden lore segments in the about section of our website at CryptoNaturalist.com.

 The CryptoNaturalist is written and read by Jarod K. Anderson.

Thanks to Adam Hurt for the use of his song Garfield’s Blackberry Blossom from his album Insight. For more information on Adam’s music, performances, and teaching, visit adamhurt.com.


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The Brambleberry Scrambler is just on the edge of being real, which is a perfectly lovely place to call home.

Hidden Lore poetry by Katelyn Allred. Katelyn is a writer and student currently working towards a Bachelor’s Degree in English. Her work has been featured in The Merrimack Review, and you can find her on Instagram @katelynallredwrites.

Special thanks to Matthew Zahnzinger for playing Professor Taylor Hoyt. Matthew is a stage actor in the Greater Boston area, a devotee of Peter Cushing, a board gamer and a collector of walking sticks. He’s a regular cast member on The Penumbra Podcast and he was a guest performer on the debut season of Second Star to the Left. Reach out to him for voice acting opportunities via his Twitter handle, @MatthewofBoston.


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In this episode, The CryptoNaturalist shares a homemade winter tradition and ponders the importance of making meaning, ritual, and gratitude.

 Check out Field Guide to the Haunted Forest by Jarod K. Anderson wherever books are sold.

 Reminder: Transcripts of this and every episode are available at cryptonaturalist.com.

 Mailing Address:

 The CryptoNaturalist

PO Box 837

Delaware, OH 43015

 Exclusive stickers, pins, shirts, and access to bonus content and strange expertise on strange topics awaits you at our patreon page. Patreon.com/CryptoNaturalist.  

You’ll find information about submitting your poetry or prose for our hidden lore segments in the about section of our website at CryptoNaturalist.com. The CryptoNaturalist is written and read by Jarod K. Anderson. Thanks to Adam Hurt for the use of his song Garfield’s Blackberry Blossom from his album Insight. For more information on Adam’s music, performances, and teaching, visit adamhurt.com.


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Humans once believed that doorways were a separate place  – neither one room nor the other, but their own distinct world.

 Broadly speaking, people don’t believe that anymore, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t true.

Reminder: Transcripts of this and every episode are available at cryptonaturalist.com.

 

Exclusive stickers, pins, shirts, and access to bonus content and strange expertise on strange topics awaits you at our patreon page. Patreon.com/CryptoNaturalist.  

You’ll find information about submitting your poetry or prose for our hidden lore segments in the about section of our website at CryptoNaturalist.com. The CryptoNaturalist is written and read by Jarod K. Anderson. Thanks to Adam Hurt for the use of his song Garfield’s Blackberry Blossom from his album Insight. For more information on Adam’s music, performances, and teaching, visit adamhurt.com.


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Thoughts about loving ourselves in an imperfect world in a strange tavern on a dark hill.

Thanks to Andrew Collins for the use of his song Farewell my Old Friend. I borrowed it with his permission from a 2020 YouTube performance. I just love Andrew’s playing. Find out more about his music and check out his mandolin lessons at www.andrewcollinstrio.com.

 Hidden lore poetry by Eric Fisher Stone. Eric Fisher Stone is a poet and writing tutor from Fort Worth, Texas. He received his MFA in writing and the environment from Iowa State University. His poetry collection, The Providence of Grass, was published by “Chatter House Press” in 2018. His second poetry collection, Animal Joy, is forthcoming from “WordTech Editions” in October 2021.

I recently put out a call for help on social media asking folks to contribute to my work via Patreon or Ko-Fi and I have received a truly awe-inspiring amount of support. I’d like to specifically thank Jennifer Reed for her generosity in joining my Patreon at the CryptoNaturalist level. You are exceedingly kind.

 

Check out Field Guide to the Haunted Forest by Jarod K. Anderson wherever books are sold. If you’d like a signed bookplate for your copy, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

 

Jarod Anderson

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Delaware, OH 43015

 

Reminder: Transcripts of this and every episode are available at cryptonaturalist.com.

 

Exclusive stickers, pins, shirts, and access to bonus content and strange expertise on strange topics awaits you at our patreon page. Patreon.com/CryptoNaturalist.  

You’ll find information about submitting your poetry or prose for our hidden lore segments in the about section of our website at CryptoNaturalist.com. The CryptoNaturalist is written and read by Jarod K. Anderson. Thanks to Adam Hurt for the use of his song Garfield’s Blackberry Blossom from his album Insight. For more information on Adam’s music, performances, and teaching, visit adamhurt.com.


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Cassandra recalls an old friend and a nameless fish.

 The CryptoNaturalist is written by Jarod K. Anderson and Leslie J. Anderson. Cassandra is voiced by Leslie J. Anderson. The CryptoNaturalist is voiced by Jarod K. Anderson.

 Reminder: Transcripts of this and every episode are available at cryptonaturalist.com.

 Exclusive stickers, pins, shirts, and access to bonus content and strange expertise on strange topics awaits you at our patreon page. Patreon.com/CryptoNaturalist.

  You’ll find information about submitting your poetry or prose for our hidden lore segments in the about section of our website at CryptoNaturalist.com.

 Thanks to Adam Hurt for the use of his song Garfield’s Blackberry Blossom from his album Insight. For more information on Adam’s music, performances, and teaching, visit adamhurt.com.


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Special thanks to Sarah Rhea Werner for reprising her role as Valentina Blackwood. Sarah has so many wonderful projects, including The Write Now Podcast and Girl in Space. Sarah has all sorts of ways to entertain, educate, and inspire you and you should really learn more about her at sarahwerner.com.

 And double-special thanks to Elena Fernández Collins for voicing Ave María’s field report. Elena Fernández Collins is a genderfluid podcast critic and reporter and a forensic sociolinguist living in Portland, OR. She curates a biweekly newsletter about audio fiction, Audio Dramatic, where she reviews episodes and provides essays and news for the community. She also covers the audio fiction podcast beat for The Bello Collective, an indie online publication about podcasting, and is a contributor to The AV Club’s Podmass, among others.

 Check out Field Guide to the Haunted Forest by Jarod K. Anderson wherever books are sold.


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Welcome to the Cassandra Logs. In this episode, Cassandra visits with a dragon.

 

Reminder: Transcripts of this and every episode are available at cryptonaturalist.com.

 

Exclusive stickers, pins, shirts, and access to bonus content and strange expertise on strange topics awaits you at our patreon page. Patreon.com/CryptoNaturalist.

 

You’ll find information about submitting your poetry or prose for our hidden lore segments in the about section of our website at CryptoNaturalist.com. The CryptoNaturalist is written and read by Jarod K. Anderson. Thanks to Adam Hurt for the use of his song Garfield’s Blackberry Blossom from his album Insight. For more information on Adam’s music, performances, and teaching, visit adamhurt.com.


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The thing about an unexplainable RV is that it’s unexplainable, but let’s give it a shot anyway.

Thanks to Fara Tucker for this week’s hidden lore poetry. Fara Tucker is a writer, poet, storyteller, teacher, photographer, former therapist, and current therapy client. She is currently wading through liminal space, which is occasionally good for producing poetry, and consistently good for producing anxiety. You can find her on IG @faratucker where she shares reflections on this beautiful and devastating life in poetry and prose. Her blog and links to published work can be found at faratucker.com.

Check out Field Guide to the Haunted Forest by Jarod K. Anderson wherever books are sold. If you’d like a signed bookplate for your copy, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

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A jellyfish is part ghost part flower and part trap. Is it any surprise that some defy explanation?  

Check out Field Guide to the Haunted Forest by Jarod K. Anderson wherever books are sold. An audio version as well as signed bookplates are coming soon.

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Poddreams

from Scott Firestone
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Avg Episode Length: 14 min
Most recent episode: Aug 31, 2020 07:00 PM
Last Checked: Jan 25, 2023 07:01 AM
Language: en Explicit: Yes Podcast Style: episodic
About this podcast: An original podcast that rewrites history so the good guys win! Each episode features an original story (told as a documentary) where the bad guys get theirs and justice is done.

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Tired of the bad guys winning? Ready for some good news? In Podreams, original stories are retold in a way that will make any progressive (or caring individual) happy.  Trump gets his from a GOP senator at an outrageous rally.  Abuse victims at a NYC dotcom get even with their grabby boss. Racist white cops are send to re-education centers on a SOUTHERN PLANTATION for a REAL lesson in white privilege. And, in a pod dreams exclusive, a first-hand tour of HELL to see what the Devil has in store for Rush Limbaugh, Dick Cheney and Trump. From award winning documentarians, filmmakers and podcast creators, every episode is an entertaining original story, told like a real radio-doc, with new characters and liberal wish fulfillment on full display.  Tonic for tough times until this country (hopefully) gets its ass back on track!


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TRUMP SHAMED AND GONE!

If you hate Trump, his enablers and everything he stands for you, will love this story!

A modern day Emperor’s New Clothes, ENOUGH OF YOU tells the story of a republican senator who, stricken by Covid-19, righteously utters three  short words at a rally that have the exact right impact at the exact right time—words that will turn the tide of history against Trump.

Told in two episodes, you’ll hear the events leading up to that fateful rally and listen in as Trump unravels. You'll hear him turn against Fox News and his cult followers—and lose resoundingly on election day.

PART ONE:

2020. In just four years Trump had raped and ravished the U.S.  Hundreds of thousands  dead from Covid. Unemployment at depression levels. Looting in the  streets.  Yet, as the election neared, Fox News and his rabid followers stood by him. So did Republican Oklahoma senator Rockwell Jansen. But  Jansen has a secret—  and a giant surprise in store about to be unleashed at an explosive political rally that will change EVERYTHING.


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PART TWO:

Republican Senator  Rockwell Jansen had been Trump’s staunchest ally.   The stage was set  for his big speech at a “Make America Re-open” rally in Oklahoma City.  But as Trump introduces him, he doesn't know  that his world, and history, are about to change.  Jansen’s about to  utter three words that will knock Trump down to size and lead to his  downfall.  In the second and final episode of this premiere episode of  Poddreams, we hear Trump unravel and get knocked off of his throne of  lies once and for all.


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THE TRIDENT is a tale told in five episodes about three savvy women blazing their paths  in New York. With prestigious jobs at a hugely successful website, the  tight circle of friends feel like life is working out just as they wanted. As is sadly too often the case, however, their boss at the prestigious dotcom start-up where they work, is a soul-sucking  sexual predator. But rather than play the role of victims, they plot a clever tale of revenge to humiliate and shame him in a bold attempt at leveling the playing field. It turns into a cat and mouse contest where the stakes include a fragile male ego, female empowerment, infidelity,  cyber-warfare and death threats.

ACT I:

Mary, fresh off the bus from Kentucky, lands a job writing for a hot  website called “Monkeyteeth,” where she befriends savvy and scrappy  Lena—who has a hit blog of her own. When they meet June, a high society  but down to earth security tech engineer, the three move into June’s 25  million-dollar Park Avenue duplex and dub themselves the “Trident.”   They’re living the New York dream, but don’t yet know the owner of  Monkeyteeth is a sexual predator waiting to pounce.


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ACT II: 

The “Trident,” as Mary, Lena and June call themselves, feel like New  York society darlings. At Monkeyteeth, the website where they landed  their dream jobs, Lena’s pseudo brain science blog “Get The Dope,” is a  sensation and Mary find her niche with a fictional blog called “The  Troika”—about a trio of fabulously fun and wealthy young Manhattan  socialites, modeled after themselves. But when Howard, Monkeyteeth’s  CEO, lures Mary to his brownstone and pulls a “Weinstein,” the wind goes  out of Mary, Lena and June’s sails.  But June is having none of it—and a  long plot of revenge is born.


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ACT III:

June guns for Howard, Monkeyteeth’s founder, for accosting her friend Mary. Her revenge plot includes completely inventing a young sex-starved teen from scratch, and then using her high- security clearance and social media skills to “virtually” link the “Lolita” to Howard. When Howard’s wife thinks he’s having an affair, it puts Monkeyteeth’s multi-billion-dollar acquisition in jeopardy, as well as the Trident’s safety.


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ACT IV "THE WEENIE ROAST"

Trying to ruin Howard “virtually” wasn’t enough for The Trident.   After June’s sexy “Lolita” emails fail to destroy him, she takes it up a notch, and puts herself at risk. The next plot of revenge against  the serial molester will put June directly in harm’s way.  As the minutes to MonkeyTeeth’s multi-billion-dollar acquisition close in, the  three women set out to ravish their abuser and expose him to the world.


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ACT V:

After narrowly escaping harm, and inflicting severe and humiliating pain on Howard, June sets out to share the shocking video of Howard’s attempted rape with the world wide web. But harsher forces are at play, and soon the Trident find themselves not only being destroyed online, but threatened in real life.  In this final episode of the Trident, Mary, Lena and June navigate dangerous waters as the fate of their revenge scheme, and their lives are at stake.

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ASMR University Podcast

from Dr. Craig Richard | ASMR & Insomnia Network
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Most recent episode: Jan 27, 2019 07:39 PM
Last Checked: Jan 25, 2023 05:26 AM
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About this podcast: Companion podcast to the ASMR University website (www.asmruniversity.com), hosted by Dr. Craig Richard.

Similar to the website, the podcast will cover the Origin, Art, and Science of Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.

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In this podcast episode, you will hear participants in the Voices of ASMR project explain the following about their ASMR experiences: What triggers ASMR for you when you are watching a video, include details like: Are you triggered by voices? sounds? sights? Which of the above trigger types is the strongest for you? Can you … Continue reading Voices of ASMR: What triggers ASMR while watching a video? (podcast episode #16)

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In this podcast episode, you will hear participants in the Voices of ASMR project explain the following about their ASMR experiences: What real world situations trigger your ASMR the strongest? Do your immediate surroundings make a difference? Is the sensation similar or different from ASMR triggered by a video or audio recording? Subscribe to the … Continue reading Voices of ASMR: What triggers ASMR in the real world? (podcast episode #15)

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In this podcast episode, you will hear participants in the Voices of ASMR project explain the following about their ASMR experiences: Does your ASMR feel the same as a sexual response? How is your ASMR similar to a sexual response? How is your ASMR different from a sexual response? Subscribe to the ASMR University Podcast … Continue reading Voices of ASMR: Is ASMR a sexual feeling? (podcast episode #14)

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In this podcast episode, you will hear participants in the Voices of ASMR project explain the following about their ASMR experiences: What physical sensations do you feel? Where do you feel these sensations on your body? What emotional and psychological sensations do you feel? How strong are the sensations? How long do the sensations last? … Continue reading Voices of ASMR: What does ASMR feel like? (podcast episode #13)

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In this podcast episode, I will be summarizing the third peer-reviewed research publication about ASMR and sharing an interview with the authors. The paper is titled, ““An Examination of Personality Traits Associated with Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR)”)” and was published in the journal, Frontiers in Psychology on February 23, 2017. The authors are Beverley … Continue reading Science of ASMR: The third peer-reviewed research publication (podcast episode #12)

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In this podcast episode, I will be summarizing the second peer-reviewed research publication about ASMR and sharing an interview with the authors. The paper is titled, “An examination of the default mode network in individuals with autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR)” and was published in the journal Social Neuroscience on May 31, 2016.  The authors … Continue reading Science of ASMR: The second peer-reviewed research publication (podcast episode #11)

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In this podcast episode, I will be summarizing the data from the first peer-reviewed research publication about ASMR. The paper is titled, “Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR): a flow-like mental state”, is authored by Emma Barratt and Nick Davis, and was published March 26, 2015. You will hear about the data from the paper related to … Continue reading Science of ASMR: The first peer-reviewed research publication (podcast episode #10)

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In this podcast episode I will read the second part of an interview I did with Jennifer Allen, the woman who coined the term, “Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.” Jennifer will be sharing her thoughts and feelings about the current widespread use of the term ASMR, how her understanding of ASMR has changed over time, what … Continue reading History of ASMR: Interview (Part 2) with Jennifer Allen, the woman who coined the term “ASMR” (podcast episode #9)

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In this podcast episode I will read the first part of an interview I did with Jennifer Allen, the woman who coined the term, “Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.” You will hear about the details and inside stories about: her involvement in the first forum thread about ASMR, her creation of the term ASMR, her founding … Continue reading History of ASMR: Interview (Part 1) with Jennifer Allen, the woman who coined the term “ASMR” (podcast episode #8)

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In this podcast episode, I will be telling you about Jennifer Allen, the woman who coined the term Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. But that is not all she did, here is a summary of her major contributions which I will be highlighting in this episode: 2009: participated in the first major online discussion of the … Continue reading History of ASMR: About Jennifer Allen, the woman who coined the term “ASMR” (podcast episode #7)
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