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Re: Other Podcasts
« Reply #2080 on: October 23, 2018, 03:13:05 PM »
Mark Kermode has a new weekly podcast, 'Kermode on Film' available on all your usual podcatching devices.



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Re: Other Podcasts
« Reply #2081 on: October 23, 2018, 07:50:35 PM »
Going to wrap down some of my podcasts listening to do more reading, audio books or self-learning in my spare time. But I still keep a few to occasionally listen to depending on the topic or person interviewed:

Mindscape: a theorist physicist interviews people of other fields
/Filmcast - occasionally
Roe Rogan Experience - occasionally depending on who he is interviewing
Jordan Peterson -
Radio Lab - Always good, the first episode of In the No series that they are no running probably should be something all men listen to
Serial - not listened since Season 1, but got convinced to watch Season 3
Tim Ferris Show - depends on the subject or guest
Vinnie Turtorich - randomly, depend on the guest or topic
WWII Podcast: always listen but the show comes out sporadically
Reply All: Always listen but the show comes out sporadically
Waking Up with Sam Harris: Occasionally depeding on the guest
Wrongspeak: Recently added though the show doesn't come out often.
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Re: Other Podcasts
« Reply #2082 on: October 23, 2018, 08:05:45 PM »
My current line up:

BINGE MODE - is currently doing super in-depth episodes on the Harry Potter books and films. It brings me great joy every day.
THE WATCH - just had their 300th episode. I can't even put my finger on why I'm hooked on this one, but I've listened since they were at Grantland.
SERIAL - I bailed on season 2, but season 3 has been awesome.
KEEP IT - I barely listen to any political podcasts these days, this is about as close as I get.
SCRIPTNOTES - still listen every week. Required listening for screenwriters.
FIGHTING IN THE WAR ROOM - Wish Dave7 and Katie talked more.

Occasionally:

NERDIST WRITER'S PANEL
LOVETT OR LEAVE IT
YOU MUST REMEMBER THIS
HOW DID THIS GET MADE?
THE REWATCHABLES

Tried:

HALLOWEEN UNMASKED - didn't find it compelling.

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Re: Other Podcasts
« Reply #2083 on: October 24, 2018, 12:11:39 AM »
And somehow I left off Filmspotting which I still listen to every week
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Re: Other Podcasts
« Reply #2084 on: October 24, 2018, 12:18:29 AM »
Nice, there's several podcasts there I've not tried before. I'll have to check 'em out.

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Re: Other Podcasts
« Reply #2085 on: November 10, 2018, 02:56:09 PM »
Hello. Not sure this is the right place, but who knows.

The team here at #FBC is in the early stages of planning out the launch of the greatest show in the world. We are putting out a call for potential guests for the most magical times on earth. Still sketching things out, but if anyone is waiting on Modelo Time and wants to crack one open reach out via a private message or something.

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Re: Other Podcasts
« Reply #2086 on: November 19, 2018, 08:19:11 PM »
If you haven't listened to the Footnotes episode of My Dad Wrote a Porno, with Emma Thompson, do yourself a favour! She's so game and so cool! :)

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Re: Other Podcasts
« Reply #2087 on: March 03, 2019, 02:32:34 PM »
I'm on the newest episode of Beow the Line Podcast talking about P.A. Bootcamp
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Re: Other Podcasts
« Reply #2088 on: April 22, 2019, 09:03:29 PM »
A recent episode of Gilbert Godfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast they did a fan call-in show. It was one of the best episodes. For listeners of this podcast, you gotta love the first caller's question. I lol'd.

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Re: Other Podcasts
« Reply #2089 on: June 15, 2019, 10:24:42 AM »
Some podcasts I've appreciated lately:

Enter the Void: Discussions with a writer from the New York Times about "mindf**k" movies.  Usually insightful and pretty thorough conversations. I love the "genre" of film they talk about, and their shock at almost every film never gets old.

/Filmcast: As film discussion, it's spotty, occasionally interesting and occasionally banal.  However, the recent discussion of Season 5 of Black Mirror was pretty good.

Throughline: A very good collection of news/history articles.  Takes significant recent events or characters and tells the history of them with coherance and insight.

Rough Translation: Looks at important stories in the US from an international viewpoint.  It could be getting a different perspective in another nation, seeing how a familiar event looks in a different culture, or how an event is based on circumstances outside the US.  Good.

Anthropocene Reviewed: Essays by novelist John Green.  Brilliantly written, he reviews, with stars, everyday things he has experienced, such as the prom, Velociraptors, Scratch 'n' Sniff stickers, Tetris.  They are personal, hopeful, wistful, and delightful.

50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: More than 50 brief essays about how certain obejects-- some everyday, some not-- have created what life we take for granted.  Short enough to be worth the time.


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