The Retroist Podcast takes a nostalgic look back at the last 30 years of retro themed pop culture. Get your regular fix of retro with interviews, reviews and fun filled information. If you enjoy retro pop culture and the 1980s you are in for a real treat. The website for the podcast and the blog is at http://www.retroist.com/ .
The GFQ Network (Guys From Queens Network) has ascended the ranks of Internet talk radio since 2009. Each of GFQ’s shows are produced in studio at their Queens location, which is home to their numerous long-running programs. Topics: gfq, tech, hair loss, microsoft, wrestling
Founded in 2003 by Graham Stark and Paul Saunders, LoadingReadyRun has grown from a sketch comedy site to a comedy destination, with our videos featured in film festivals such as the Comic Con International Film Festival in San Diego, and shown on major TV networks, including G4 TechTV, The CW, TruTV, NBC, and even CNN. Since 2007, LRR has raised money for the Child's Play charity with the "Desert Bus for Hope" fundraising telethon and gaming marathon. The event, which sees members of... Topics: podcast, comedy
Lectures given to support my Introduction to Psychology course at Portland Community College. These lectures are an enhanced podcast, and are best subscribed to using iTunes, and opening the Video viewer to see the slides synchronized with the lecture. Go to: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=200199659 Topics: psychology, lecture, podcast, introduction to psychology, psychology podcast, lecture podcast
Lectures given to support my Social Psychology course at Portland Community College. These lectures are an enhanced podcast, and are best subscribed to using iTunes, and opening the Video viewer to see the slides synchronized with the lecture. Go to: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=279743630 Topics: psychology, podcast, social psychology, lecture, psychology lecture
The Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast (by Philip A. Harland, York University) explores social and religious life in the Greco-Roman world, especially early Christianity including the New Testament. Half-hour episodes are released monthly in the official podcast feed but are available earlier here on archive.hulkproxy.co. These episodes are not scripted; most are edited versions of improvised lectures from point-form notes. There are several series in the podcast so far: Series 1: Paul and...
Pop Up Archive helps you organize your media to make it searchable, reusable, and accessible, without requiring technical expertise or substantial resources. We're building an archive of sound from journalists, oral history collections, and accidental archivists from around the world. Topics: audio, journalists, archivist, oral history
For an hour every day, the show uses the Internet to talk about the world. Bloggers in Kenya, podcasters in the US Army on the Iraqi border, legions of Wikipedia editors: Open Source puts their voices on the air with the thinkers and writers who can help make great conversation (and sense of the world). As the producers book the show, you're tracking their progress at radioopensource.org, telling them who to call next. Open Source is an hour-long daily arts and current affairs public radio talk...
A regularly published podcast by a self-described hacker, curmudgeon and hacktivist about the practice and profession of programming drawing on over a decade of professional experience and a lifetime spent hacking, the intersection of politics and society with technology and anything else clever, elegant or funny that catches my mind as a die hard technology geek. thecommandline.net Topic: podcast
Each week on the Saturday Frights Podcast my co-host, the Projectionist and I will discuss a particular horror movie or horror themed TV episode from the Retroist Vault. Topics: Horror, Movies, TV, Retro, Nostalgia
Sri Sai Satcharita [Telugu] MP3 Audio An audio book on Sri Shiridi Saibaba with 51 chapters Written by Hemad Panth, Rendered by PJ Sarma and Music by koti. Produced by Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust, Shiridi, India Topic: satcharita
Three organizations are joining forces on this new collection called Psychedelia: The Psychedelic Salon Podcast, the Timothy Leary Archives and the Terence McKenna Project. These three working groups have teamed up to create a superb public and permanent archive of audio (and some video) resources surrounding the Psychedelic experience and thinking that has and continues to shape the mind state of Humanity. Topic: psychedelia
This surrealistic podcast features absurdist dialogues between an imaginary ALLIGATOR and a real human BEAN, as they skewer politics, religion, science, metaphysics, and human folly. The "talent" never knows in what direction the improvisations will veer. Head-buffoon, "Alligator," spouts thought-provoking nonsense. He is guaranteed to confound you with his new theories and inventions. Co-buffoon, Tim, confuses matters even more with his random contributions, which often... Topics: Podcast, Alligator, Croc, Comedy, Humor, Improvisation, Stream of Consciousness, funny, absurd,...
This podcast is for anyone interested in the epic literature of India, its spiritual philosophy, the life & background of Krishna, or any of the fascinating stories of the great epic the Mahabharata. Topics: India, Krishna, Mahabharata, spiritual philosophy, podcast
An esoteric interest podcast by Ruben Schade, recorded in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Sydney since 2005. Subscribe with iTunes , Pocket Casts , Overcast or add this feed to your client. Topics: podcast, new-time-radio, audio-magazine, australia, singapore
Open Metalcast is a regularly-released podcast of the best Creative Commons-Licensed Metal Music available on the net. The podcast features metal music from all over the globe, as well as interviews with Creative Commons metal bands, instrumental music, and industrial metal music. If you have any suggestions for Creative Commons-Licensed metal music, send them to [email protected] Topics: podcast, music, interviews, industrial music, metal, creative commons
Do you like the smell of goats? Spend every day thinking about fun? Don't like using public toilets? Then try listening to these monthly shows playing music and sounds that have been found legally and freely on the glorious internet. Visit www.marvinsuicide.org for more information. Subscribe to the podcast by adding the following URL into your RSS programme/software of choice: www.marvinsuicide.org/marvinfeed.xml .
A series of podcast lectures from U.C. Berkeley. This collection has been established to save whatever lectures are available from the University of California at Berkeley after their podcast repository was removed without warning on 1 July 2011. Some podcasts are also available from iTunes and/or youtube. If you have copies of lectures which you would like to upload, please email me: miscLogins[replace_this_bit_with_an_@_sign]apps.opensourcelaw.biz Topics: U.C. Berkeley, Courseware, Lectures
O podcast Segurança Legal trata sobre temas que envolvam o Direito da Tecnologia e também a Segurança da Informação. Visa fazer uma abordagem jurídica diferenciada das questões relacionadas à Tecnologia e Segurança da Informação. Apoio institucional da empresa BrownPipe Consultoria . Topics: Direito da Tecnologia, Segurança da Informação
A computer generated podcast that takes the daily This Day In History writeup from History.com and reads it to you. This podcast is created entirely by a computer program and is read to you by an advanced text-to-speech API. Topics: Today in History, Podcast
Welcome to the Retroist Rubik the Amazing Cube Podcast. On today's show I start off by talking about the dark urges one feels when challenged to solve a puzzle they are not capable of solving. Needless to say, it is not pretty. After I unburden myself of this, I move onto the subject of the podcast. I talk about this underrated gem, which I honestly love despite its ludicrous writing and plot. During the show, I discuss the production, talent and much more. Vic Sage is back on the... Topics: retro, retroist, podcast, rubik's cube, nostalgia, retroist podcast, metagirl, vic sage
Welcome to the Retroist MacGyver Podcast. On today's show I talk about the classic TV show, MacGyver. I start off talking about what a poor MacGyver I would make since I lack subtlety in my handiness. Then I move onto the show itself. I talk about the cast, the people in front of and behind the camera. After that I touch upon the movies, the comics, the reboot and much more. This is a timely episode for me since I am in the middle of a re-watch of the original. It is a great show,... Topics: Retro, retroist, retroist podcast, macgyver, tv, 1980s, 1990s, eighties, nostalgia
Cast of Wonders is a YA fantasy and science-fiction podcast. Available in iTunes or through your browser, and fully smart-phone compatible, the show is hosted by Graeme Dunlop, and edited by Barry J. Northern. For any suggestions or feedback about the show, please contact [email protected] , or post in the forums. Topics: Fantasy, Science Fiction
It's a short promo for our show! Check it out and if you like it, subscribe at http://feeds.feedburner.com/schwagcast Topics: independent music, indie, podsafe, podcast, podcasting, rock, music, progressive, comedy, sound...
Three techies discuss consumer technology, the Internet, and blogosphere in this podcast which provides "infotechment for the geek in everyone"! Click to find more information about The Best Damn Tech Show, Period .
Todays lesson is a beginners lesson, as the last poll indicated that about 70% of you are studying German for less than 3 years. There is no PDF for todays lesson, but you can find a transcript of the text I read (and much more) at www.LuLu.com, you can also order it from Amazon, it might take a day or two longer to deliver, though. Topics: learn, german, podcast, vocabulary
My brother Michael visited me last weekend. He works as a cook on a passenger ship and has never really been in the mountains before. He told me that he wanted to know what I found here in Switzerland that made me stay for so long (besides my ex girlfriend of course). So, I showed it to him... This is a good opportunity to talk about "family words", so I will teach you words like Vater and Mutter. Topics: learn, german, podcast
This is a German vocabulary drill unit. We will repeat the vocabulary of the last few sessions. For this, I will say the English word, give you time to speak the German translation and then I will give the correct answer, giving you time to repeat it once more. Feel free to listen repeatedly to this lesson to "drill" the words. Topics: learn, german, podcast, vocabulary
Bloodthirsty Vegetarians podcasts The show is mostly talk, typically about the news of the day, politics, culture, pop culture, movie reviews, and with two pieces of Podsafe music thrown in, per episode. Lots of humor and straight talk, and in the entire history of the show, maybe one or two swear words. Topic: podcast
On today show I talk about the film classic, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension. I start off talking about how lucky I was to see the movie as a kid and then how difficult it was trying to convince everyone that the movie was amazing when I none of them could ever see it. Then I talk about the movies itself. First I mention one of the biggest inspirations for the film, Doc Savage. After that I discuss the people in front of and behind the camera, the plot, the... Topics: retro, nostalgia, podcast, doc savage, film, 1980s, buckaroo banzai, cult film
A computer generated podcast that takes the top 25 upvoted Today I Learned (TIL) posts from Reddit.com and reads them to you. This podcast is created entirely by a computer program and is read to you by an advanced text-to-speech API. This podcast is available via iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/til-reddit-recap/id969869446 and a direct feed http://sleepybandit.github.io/RedditRecap/TILRedditRecapFeed.xml Topics: Today I Learned, TIL, Reddit, Podcast
he full tour lasts 7 days, but we did only two of those from Gimmelwals (Lauterbrunnen) to Rosenlaui (Meiringen). You can see a map and some pictures on the homepage. Edith and I used the evening to record some smalltalk, like you might encounter in a bed and breakfast or a mountain hotel like the one we stayed in. Topics: learn, german, podcast
Ouebe Musique is a radio show on the waves of CKRL 89.1 (Quebec City, Canada). The show offers an eclectic music selection of artists and netlabels who publish under a Creative Commons license or in the Public Domain. The show (in french) is produced and hosted every Sundays by Simon Roy. The playlist with links to download the tracks heard on the show can be found at: www.ouebemusique.ca Topics: netaudio, radio, CKRL 89,1, Quebec City, French
Welcome back friends to the Saturday Frights Podcast! This week my co-host, the Projectionist, and I chose the Phantom of the Paradise but there were technical difficulties within the Retroist Vault and instead of not releasing a new podcast this week we decided to record our little chat and entitled it "Intermission". Topics: Horror, Podcast, Saturday Frights, Nostalgia, Retro
Frosty, Heidi and Frank had a radio show on 97.1 Free FM in Los Angeles, California. Their show, along with everybody else's, got canceled when the radio station changed format on 2/20/2009. This is part 1 of the collection of their recorded podcasts, which ranges from early 2006 until their last show on 2/20/2009 favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topic: Frosty,Heidi,Frank,FHF,Frosty Heidi and Frank
Frosty, Heidi and Frank had a radio show on 97.1 Free FM in Los Angeles, California. Their show, along with everybody else's, got canceled when the radio station changed format on 2/20/2009. This is part 2 of the collection of their recorded podcasts, which ranges from early 2006 until their last show on 2/20/2009 New episodes of their Uncensored Podcast show can be downloaded every Monday for free on www.frostyheidiandfrank.com or on iTunes under Frosty, Heidi and Frank Uncensored favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Frosty,Heidi,Frank,FHF,Frosty Heidi and Frank
A group of friends who ramble and shamble while dice rumble and tumble. Call us casually-hardcore role players of Dungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder. Topics: dungeons, dragon fisters, pathfinder, roleplaying, rpg
Hacker Public Radio is a podcast that releases shows every weekday Monday through Friday. Our shows are produced by the community and can be on any topic that is "of interest to hackers". Topic: public radio
ast Session was about food related topics and I want to continue with this in order to deepen your knowledge of food related vocabulary. And it is time to take a look at some grammar. The âPerfektâ, the âvollendete Gegenwartâ is a good starting point. Topics: learn german, podcast, vocabulary
The best (ONLY?) NES game by game podcast. We take a game by game approach to discussing what is quite possibly the finest game console of our time... the Nintendo Entertainment System. Topics: Retro Gaming, Video Games
Our beat is the labor front, broadly defined, both geographically and conceptually. We examine the world of work and workers on the job as well as where they live. We examine the issues that affect their everyday lives, with a particular sensitivity towards human rights abuses, environmental concerns and the U.S. drive for global domination. We record their global struggles and provide analysis of their efforts to empower themselves and transform society to provide greater democratic, human,...
Welcome to the Retroist Mazes and Monsters Podcast. On today's show I start off by talking about my encounters with the film, but more importantly how my family reacted to it. As it turns out, I have a pretty cool family. After I get through that, I start talking about this 1982 telefilm. I talk about the people in front of an behind the camera, including the author of the original book, Rona Jaffe. Then I talk about the inspiration for the story, the plot and so much more. The episode... Topics: Retro, Retroist, Nostalgia, Podcast, Tom Hanks, RPG, Roleplaying, Dungeons and Dragons, Mazes and...
In late 2009, Slaughter Film began as a Youtube review series that used scripted skits to discuss horror and sci-fi films. This series ran for eighteen episodes before scheduling conflicts interrupted production. The show starred Cory Carr & Forest Taylor - two beer drinking, horror loving, metal listening degenerates - who are often visited by disembodied spirits, killers, and zombies as they review movies from the attic of their run-down Victorian home, located within the grounds of a... Topics: Slaughter Film, Podcast, film, movie, review, horror, sci-fi, b-movie, exploitation, monster,...