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The tides of American history lead through the streets of New York City — from the huddled masses on Ellis Island to the sleazy theaters of 1970s Times Square. The elevated railroad to the Underground Railroad. Hamilton to Hammerstein! Greg and Tom explore more than 400 years of action-packed stories, featuring both classic and forgotten figures who have shaped the world.
 
70s Trek is a fan show that explores Star Trek in the 1970s. We discuss the cast, crew, writers, the major influences and the wider culture surrounding it. Though cancelled by NBC in 1969, Star Trek was never far from the public's consciousness. It was never allowed to be! We explore how it stayed alive after cancellation and how it was resurrected to become a major motion picture in 1979.
 
Doc Rotten and The Black Saint from Horror News Radio recap and review the best and worst horror films from the 1970s. Grindhouse. Blacksploitation. Hollywood Blockbusters. B Movies. Films like Exorcist | The Car | Phantasm | Halloween | The Incredible Melting Man | The Manitou | Beyond the Door | Vampire Circus | Dawn of the Dead
 
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Defenders Dialogue

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Defenders Dialogue

The Brian Keene Radio Network

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Best-selling award-winning novelists and comic book writers Christopher Golden and Brian Keene rediscover their earliest influences -- Marvel Comics of the 1970s and 1980s. The Defenders! The Champions! Black Goliath! Son of Satan! Marvel Team-Up! Tune in each week for a discussion of these and other Bronze Age classics.
 
From the Peabody Award nominated C13Originals Studio, and the creators of Root of Evil, comes a new documentary series about the stories, and family we can’t escape.Jackee Taylor has been hidden in WITSEC, better known as the Witness Protection Program, for almost 40 years. But after a strange and violent incident reveals secrets about her past, Jackee begins a journey to find out the truth about herself, and her family. Hers is a twisted tale of darkness, murder, mystery, tragedy, and resil ...
 
Welcome to Kansas 1972. A lot happened during that pivotal year, including the founding of Humanities Kansas. In celebration of our 50th anniversary, we’ll be telling stories from that era of Kansas history. So tune in, chill out, and get the lowdown on Kansas 1972.
 
John Lennon: Rebel. Radical. Revolutionary. The story of John Lennon’s post-Beatles years in the turbulent, political, and violent 1970s is told from the perspective of those who knew him best. BLOOD ON THE TRACKS is part true crime, part historical fiction, part spoken word lo-fi beat noir brought to you by Jake Brennan, the host of the award-winning music and true crime podcast, DISGRACELAND. It features the fictionalized voices of David Bowie, Yoko Ono, Harry Nilsson, Richard Nixon, Mark ...
 
Host Mark Morthier grew up in New Jersey just across the river from New York City during the 1970s, a great time for sports in the area. He relives great moments from this time and beyond, focusing on football, baseball, basketball, and boxing. You may even see a little Olympic Weightlifting in the mix, as Mark competed for eight years. Yesterday's Sports is part of the Sports History Network.
 
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GENERATION RIPE

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GENERATION RIPE

Wendi McLendon-Covey, Dfernando Zaremba

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A podcast for teenagers over 40! A GENERATION RIPE listener is someone who thinks of their age as an asset, not a liability. We are older people with young souls or younger people with old souls. We are a tribe of curious creatives who still embrace new experiences and aren’t afraid of taking risks. Whatever happens, good or bad, at least we’ll learn something new and get a good story out of it. If you’re lucky enough to have your bestie by your side to cheer you on, even better. Co-hosted b ...
 
With a wealth of musicals, westerns, sci-fi films, epics, comedies, character dramas and samurai movies, the 1950s was an exciting time for cinema. Here at Easy Riders Raging Podcast we're looking back at all the classics of the decade, discussing the films of Hitchcock, Wilder, Kurosawa, Kubrick and more. Aside from our discussions, each episode includes some of our trademark features such as Recastarama (where we recast the film using current actors) and Who Am I (where we work out who we ...
 
Join shazbazzar and JediShua each week for a look back at the 70s and 80s as they share the fun and fandom of their youth with their friends and families. Topics include TV, film, music, and games of the 70s and 80s as well as franchises which have continued into the 21st Century, like Star Wars and TRON. TechnoRetro Dads are a blend of new and old as stories are passed down from one generation to the next.
 
2 hours of Music from the 1970's in the form of a Retro Chart Shows featuring the Top Ten plus the big movers between 30 & 11 in the first hour followed by News, Events & Tunes from the same year as the Chart in the second hour. I will soon be posting a 1960's Chart show in the same format and also a 2 hour retro Comedy Show featuring shows from Radio & TV from the 1950's onwards.
 
Generation X. If you grew up in the 1970s, 1980s, and early 1990s, you know just how cool it was to be a kid back then. We had the greatest music, movies, games, technology, and pop culture of any generation, and though we've grown older, we have refused to outgrow our love of everything GenX. GenXGrownUp looks at yesterday and today through the eyes of Generation X'ers who have refused to grow up!
 
Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway analyze the weird patterns, the complex issues and the newest market crazes. Join the conversation every Monday and Thursday for interviews with the most interesting minds in finance, economics and markets.
 
This podcast was started in January of 2017, about the unsolved murder of my sister, Theresa Allore, who died on November 3, 1978. The project has grown to include unsolved murders of women in Quebec in the 1970s. Now the podcast is simply about unsolved murders in Quebec, Canada. In September 2020, Wish You Were Here - a book about a series of unsolved murders including Theresa Allore - was published by Penguin Random House:. The book is scheduled for American publication in the Summer of 2 ...
 
The podcast that takes one random episode of Top Of The Pops - the greatest TV Pop show ever - and breaks it down to its very last compound. Created by Sarah Bee, Neil Kulkarni, Taylor Parkes, Simon Price and David Stubbs (who all wrote for Melody Maker) and hosted by Al Needham (who didn't), it's an unflinching gaze into the open wound of pop culture and a celebration of Thursday evenings past. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
WCIA is a show that was originally envisioned as exploring the stereotypical weird of Australia - the yowie sightings, the aliens, the weird lights that zoom off over the horizon if you try and chase them. But since we’ve started working on this series, we’ve come to realise that Australia is just about the strangest place on earth, and not because of the Big Cats living out near Toowoomba. Did you know a full firefight between MPs and soldiers took place in Central Station (Sydney) in Febru ...
 
Dueling Decades is the totally awesome adult retro game show you've been looking for! Listen as the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s square off and do battle! Because it's your history, we just fight for it! The rules of our game are simple! A coin flip shall decide who picks first, out of the 5 dueling decades categories (Movies, TV, Music, News, & Hot Products). The judge’s ruling will determine who wins each round, allowing the victor to choose the next available category. The first 3 rounds are w ...
 
We love sitcoms. Particularly classic British sitcoms of the 1970s and 1980s. They remind us of our happy childhoods, watching television with our families in the evenings, back when choice was limited to just three or four channels. Now – 30 or 40 years later – we still love to watch classic sitcoms like Rising Damp, Fawlty Towers, Porridge and more: it’s like going to visit an old friend with whom you immediately feel relaxed and comfortable. Starting with The Good Life (Good Neighbors to ...
 
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You Wanted a Hit!

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You Wanted a Hit!

Michael Smith & Theo Beidler

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A discussion of unlikely, perplexing, and positively bizarre hit songs that swept the nation, and often the world. Have you ever heard a classic song and thought, "why on Earth was this popular?" Or "How did this even get played on the radio?" Well, we're here to answer these questions for you. Each episode we will explore the backstory, creation, and success of one unlikely smash hit. The catch? Only one host knows which song will be the topic. Hosted by music fanatics and pop culture enthu ...
 
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“It’s elevens. Tens are for booties.” Shouldn’t that go without saying? Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, Daphne Monary-Ernsdorff, and Jeff Mohr – as they cozy up to a film director Freddie Francis calls his favorite, which was originally released as Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny & Girly (1970) in the […]…
 
Continued from part 1. The story in its popular outline is well known. Facing persistent stagflation, the new chair of the Federal Reserve, Paul Volcker, set out to cure the American economy via a treatment of shock therapy, rapidly hiking interest rates. From 1979 to 1983 the effective federal funds rate scarcely dipped below 10 percent and nearly…
 
Here's episode 3 from The Unofficial Trek Podcast: A recent article from the website RedShirtsAlwaysDie.com reports that UPN Executives blamed beloved Star Trek Actor Scott Bakula for the bad ratings that the show experienced in its second, third and fourth seasons. Hosts Bob Turner and Kelly Casto give their "unofficial" take on what led to the ca…
 
This is my Top Ten Plus Show and Extra Plus Show together known as 'Ivan's Retro Chart Show'. 2 hours of Sold Gold 70s music, this time featuring the chart of 22nd December 1979 in the first hour (Full Top Ten Plus some of the big movers between 30 & 11), this is then followed by an hour of Christmas Songs from throughout the full Decade of the 197…
 
The Power - She is the Color of The Beach Boys - wild honey Armaggedon – Better By You, Better Than Me The Grateful Dead - Dancing in the street 9/16/66 The Move - I can hear the grass grow The Koobas - the first cut is the deepest The Seeds - can't seem to make you mine Emerson, Lake, & Palmer - tarkus The Yellow Payges - Our Time Is Running Out S…
 
John Jameson has moved on from his nightmarish time as the Man-Wolf...so, why does he suddenly change into the Moon-Beast again? And what do the bloodless bodies littered in line along the Eastern seaboard headed toward NYC have to do with it? Our Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man has to figure it all out. With director Brad Elmore.…
 
This is my Top Ten Plus Show and Extra Plus Show together known as 'Ivan's Retro Chart Show'. 2 hours of Sold Gold 70s music, this time featuring the chart of 15th January 1972 in the first hour (Full Top Ten Plus some of the big movers between 30 & 11), this is then followed by News Snippets, Events and Tunes from throughout the year 1972 in the s…
 
Jason Connell has two-time Oscar-nominated editor Bud S. Smith (The Exorcist, The Karate Kid, To Live and Die in L.A.) on the show. They discuss working with some legendary directors (William Friedkin, John G. Avildsen, Sam Raimi), as well as producing, directing, and much more. Recorded: 01-21-22 & 12-17-20 Studio: Just Curious Media https://www.J…
 
Episode 75 and Wendi and Dfernando revisit their guest interview with Hollywood actor-turned-renown photographer Randall Slavin. Picking up a camera didn't start out as an artistic pursuit for Randall Slavin. While working a dead end job in a gas station, he wandered into a local photography studio and struck up a friendship with the owner. The own…
 
Junior Campbell concludes his musical story in the second part of an extensive podcast interview. We cover his early hits including Hallelujah Freedom, working with Barbara Dickson, hidden solo gems, co-writing the Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends music and composing for television drama and film. To close Junior reflects on his life and time in …
 
In 1993, weatherman Phil Conners was sent on assignment to a small town in Pennsylvania. It was the fourth consecutive year that he and his crew were to report on whether or not a local celebrity would see his shadow. That’s right, in this Backtrack, we are remembering the classic Bill Murray comedy, Groundhog Day! Patreon » patreon.com/genxgrownup…
 
If you wanted to buy a home in 2021, you probably found it a frustrating experience, rife with a shortage of options, and intense bidding wars. Well? Bad news: So far, things are even hotter in 2022. So what's going on? Where are all the homes disappearing to? Why is there nothing for sale? Why are people happy to place higher and higher bids? On t…
 
Unscripted: The Power of Storytelling This episode was captured as I secretly pressed the record button during a talk I had with my dad about how he felt the podcast has impacted him. Sometimes when my dad knows he's being recorded, he tenses up. But this talk was just us two chatting about how he truly felt. I am so glad I captured this piece, and…
 
It's series 3, and we take our first steps into the world of Dear John, meeting early Roy Cropper prototype John Lacey, as well as the assorted waifs and strays of the 1-2-1 club. Meanwhile we worry about marriage consummation laws, take the piss out of geography teachers and have a pop at hacky Richard Curtis proclivity for twee swearing. #saddo #…
 
TREASURYCAST #65 - BATMAN It's the most wonderful time of the year! Rob welcomes back fellow network all-star Chris Franklin to discuss MARVEL TREASURY EDITION #8 - GIANT SUPERHERO HOLIDAY GRAB BAG! Check out images from this comic by clicking here! E-MAIL: firewaterpodcast@comcast.net Follow TREASURYCAST on Twitter: @TreasuryComics You can find TR…
 
Grab your can of AquaNet Duelers and get ready for another installment of everyone's favorite adults-only retro game show! This week we rewind a few years to one of our favorite episodes here on the show. This was the second time legendary rocker Robert Tepper appeared on the program and it becomes apparent early on as to why he has become one of o…
 
The Yongary crew returns to discuss another post-apocalyptic movie from Enzo G. Castellari (1990: The Bronx Warriors and Escape from the Bronx). Is Enzo working through some issues onscreen? Is Fred Williamson's character only 10? Is it homeschool or robot? All these questions and more answered on this post-bomb dropping episode of the bin!…
 
Yesterday's Sports is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Sports Yesteryear. NETWORK SPONSORS Row One - the vintage shop for sports history fans! THRIVE FANTASY - a daily fantasy sports app for player props. Use promo code SHN or this link when you sign up today and you will receive a 100% instant first deposit match up to $10…
 
Who knew that Barry Manilow wanted "Could it Be Magic" to be a "musical orgasm?" That song was part of the wide menu of 70s pop, which has been often derided by critics, yet found an audience with millions of music fans then and now. This episode examines the variety of songs that are classified as pop, which became a genre unto itself in the 70s. …
 
It's Series 3 of the SADDO podcast! And in this series of The Sitcom Archive Deep Dive Overdrive we're leaping headlong into the 1980s to visit the 1-2-1 club with the waifs and strays of John Sullivan's Dear John! Here's a little of what you can expect.... Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/sitcom-archive-deep-dive-overdrive/donations…
 
Near the end of 2021, Turkey's government undertook a bold measure to stabilize the lira after the currency got clobbered throughout much of the year. The basic idea is that the government would pay savers to lock up their currency in lira, and compensate them if it fell too far against the dollar. But can it work? Does it address the core problem …
 
Dream a little dream with Jovial Jay and Shua as they dive into the subconscious of Dream Movies. Grab a glass of warm milk and get comfortable under that blanket because we are about to explore your mind. Movies that involve movies can sometimes get a little trippy. Do you believe what you see? Let’s look into the world of dream movies. News -What…
 
The relationship between music and sports in the 70s was multidimensional. There were songs about individual athletes, there were songs that enhanced the game for the fans, and there were songs that created an identity for athletes and teams. This relationship was evident even in rollerskating, which saw music set the mood and, at times, offered an…
 
Australia's crime world can be a little intimidating for newcomers. You have men that look like normal bogan car enthusiasts, you have women that look like kind grandmothers, then you have Shane Chartres-Abbott: the Vampire Gigalo. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the man behind the moniker, the crimes that brought him to the police's atten…
 
Get to know Heather Drain (aka Mondo Heather) as she joins me to discuss an instrumental film from her youth, RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD (1985). Dan O'Bannon's punk rock zombie classic takes center stage here, but we also get some horror movie background from Heather, and discover her love for one Mr. Clu Gulager.…
 
EXPLICIT TAG - this episode contains a lot of swearing and complaining. Blake and Jeb go in search of a lost Norse settlement in Canada, but discover that the real treasure isn't Vikings, and it definitely isn't the racist bullshit you meet along the way. Links: Thomas E. Lee - professor whose weird (racist) theories are at the heart of this episod…
 
Robert spends his last several days at Longpenny camp in Bangkok dreaming about his future in the new land. He learned that he was sponsored by a man in Portland Oregon, and he was going to be the first of the family to head to America. Everyone was handed a plastic bag with their refugee paperwork. Robert learned that toilets in America were meant…
 
Randy Newman - Last Night I Had a Dream The Seeds - Mr. Farmer Buffalo Springfield - Go and Say Goodbye The Grateful Dead - Riverside Rhapsody Eyes Of Blue - Largo Flat Earth Society - Four & Twenty Miles The Music Explosion - little bit o' soul Cream - white room Thee Midniters - Jump, Jive & Harmonize Jethro Tull - rainbow blues The Grateful Dead…
 
There's an even more frightening theory than the one where it's "statistically improbable" that a serial killed didn't commit three similar murders in the space of 19 months in the Eastern Townships: the idea that all sorts of people were getting away with some very bad things, including murder in the era of my sister Theresa's murder. One of the i…
 
This is my Top Ten Plus Show and Extra Plus Show together known as 'Ivan's Retro Chart Show'. 2 hours of Sold Gold 70s music, this time featuring the chart of 9th January 1971 in the first hour (Full Top Ten Plus some of the big movers between 30 & 11), this is then followed by News Snippets, Events and Tunes from throughout the year 1971 in the se…
 
Jason Connell shares an archived interview with actor John Kapelos (Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Roxanne) in which they discuss his early roles in some classic movies from the '80s and much more. Recorded: 01-14-22 & 02-14-14 Studio: Just Curious Media https://www.JustCuriousMedia.com/ Listen: https://LetsTalkMovies.buzzsprout.com/ Watch: h…
 
Episode 74 and Wendi and Dfernando's guest interview is writer, speaker, cheerleader, and catalyzer of communities for women: Lux ATL. Lux ATL is a former university instructor and lifelong exotic dancer turned itinerant preacher for women’s empowerment through sensual awakening. Through her workshops, retreats, and digital courses, she helps women…
 
PODCAST What does the Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea mean to you? Religion and architecture? Art galleries and gay bars? Shopping and brunch after a stroll on the High Line? Tens of thousands of people, of course, call it home. But before it was a neighborhood, it was the Colonial-era estate of a British military officer who named his bucolic pr…
 
Junior Campbell talks about his time in The Marmalade in the first part of an extensive podcast interview. We cover his early years, Dean Ford and the Gaylords, Marmalade’s psychedelic and pop singles, hitting number one with Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da, songwriting, Reflections of My Life and leaving the group. The post Junior Campbell – The Marmalade Year…
 
MUD BETWEEN YOUR TOES, CONVERSATIONS WITH NIGEL SIMMONDS, EATING THE WIND. In my first podcast of the year, I am joined by editor, publisher and author of Eating the Wind. Nigel Simmonds has spent more than half his life in Asia — in Hong Kong, Singapore and Indonesia — chronicling the lives and foibles of the rich and famous as a columnist for the…
 
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