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Missing the golden era of hip hop? The Crate 808 podcast travels back to the 1990s with lively debates around classic albums, arguments over Top 5 GOATs and interviews with instrumental people from the culture. Every week, join Kambi Thandi, a long-time hip hop head and pod producer, as he interviews insightful guests to provide a healthy dose of nostalgia, and a fresh look on the decade that shaped the genre.
 
What are the The Best 1980s & 1990s Movies? Do you find yourself asking if the movies we loved while growing up were really that good? Have you caught yourself thinking, “why don’t make movies like they use to?” Can you still remember spending your Friday Nights searching for the perfect movie rental at Blockbuster Video? Do you know what Blockbuster Video is? If you answered yes, then this is the podcast for you! Website: http://shatthemovies.com/the-best-80s-90s-movies/ Email: hosts@shatth ...
 
Harley and Alex go way back: they met in Kindergarten, attended each other's Bar Mitzvah...all while navigating the brightly-colored, slime-filled decade that was the 1990s. With the help of their trusty co-host "Goy Boy," they'll discuss anything and everything about growing up during that time. Whether you grew up in the 1990s, 1890s, or are still growing up, come join the conversation!
 
Hosts Ricky Camilleri (AOL Build) and Chris Chafin (Rolling Stone, Vulture) look back at movies that opened 30 years ago this week, talking about absolute '90s classics, forgotten gems, and some things, uh, really it's best to forget. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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 ...
 
The series you loved, book by book. Join Allison Horrocks and Mary Mahoney as they explore the wild world of American Girl fandom. In each episode, Allison and Mary will dive into an American Girl book from their (and perhaps your) childhood. Using their knowledge as professional historians and finely tuned instincts as amateur pop culture critics, they’ll take you back to a very different time—the 1990s.
 
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 ...
 
The 21st-century podcast for the 1990s Superman. Join Super-fan Matt Truex and various guests as they discuss every episode of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Will Lois and Clark ever find love? Will all of Metropolis be fooled by a single pair of glasses? Will the podcast get taken over by frog-eating clones? Stay tuned!
 
In the late 1990s Rabbi Dunner presented his own daily 2-hour radio show on London’s multiethnic station, Spectrum Radio. Tens of thousands of listeners – Jews and non-Jews alike – tuned in every day to hear Rabbi Dunner’s take on current events. In 2011 Rabbi Dunner relocated to the US and became the senior Rabbi at Beverly Hills Synagogue. Weekly the Rabbi holds a parsha shiur that delves deeper into the Parsha of the week.
 
Eric Davis is a former Pro Bowl and Super Bowl-winning defensive back with the San Francisco 49ers. Spending 13 years in the NFL, Davis was a member of a legendary Niners squad in the 1990s. Davis brings his football expertise and broadcasting background to covering the 49ers alongside Rahshaun Haylock. Tune in for a unique perspective on one of the most storied franchises in the NFL.
 
Trevor Ranges and Scott Coates are two intrepid characters with a love of Asia and travel. They’ve lived and worked throughout the region since the late 1990s, dabbling in everything from teaching to writing guidebooks to voicing radio ads to working at and running travel companies. This podcast is a pet project to share their favorite bits of travel insight and to showcase the passion of their many regional contacts. Travel enthusiasts who are always planning their next big trip, Trevor and ...
 
Welcome to the Memory Machine, a podcast all about the pop cultural of the past, from the 1890's to the 1990's, and beyond. Each topic has on a guest or three, going through its history and discussing our personal experiences and views on it. Host Nate Lockhart has been interested in all these old things for as long as he can remember, and is pretty excited to get out all this info out of his brain for a productive purpose.
 
Hosted by Glenn and his very special guests, this podcast is a virtual trip back in time to the halcyon days of our childhood - the 1980s (and early 1990s). Every week we explore at least one facet of 80's pop culture, discuss questions from our listeners, and report the news from at least 4 of the main franchises of the 80's that are still around today!
 
The One With The Guest Who Picks Their Favourite Episode. Grab a coffee in a massive china cup, settle down in your huge loft apartment and let your two newest Friends, Dave and Pete, guide you through the greatest sitcom of the 1990s. Could it BE any more exciting? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Manny Navarro, a South Florida native and Hurricanes beat reporter since the late 1990s, tackles all of the important subjects surrounding The U. From Miami's glorious past and rich history sending stars to the NFL to Manny Diaz's vision for the next great chapter, tune in every week to hear interviews and Navarro's takes from Coral Gables.
 
Nostalgia unscripted. Refined 90’s Cinema is a podcast with two best friends reviewing movies from the 1990s. Brendan and Alex discuss movies, reviews and life. In trilogy format, our co-hosts dive deep into some of our favourite 90’s movies and some we’ve never seen. Warning: This podcast is explicit.
 
The Audacity Bootcamp is a podcast for podcasters and a resource for creating great audio for our podcasts and videos. You'll find helpful topics relevant and useful to podcast and video editors who use Audacity as their audio editing platform. My name is Mike Adams and I’m currently a podcast and video host, editor, and producer. My audio recording and production experience began in the mid-1990s and my podcasting career launched in March of 2015.
 
The ultimate archive for the classic 1990s animated series, X-Men and Spider-Man! Join us, your jolly hosts Willie Simpson and Sonia Rapaport as we break down every episode of both animated shows along with all the X-Men and Spider-Man movies! The fun doesn't stop there so make sure to continue following along as we trek deeper into the history of Marvel animation with X-Men Evolution, Wolverine and the X-Men and who knows what else! Along they way, we also have hearty discussions of all the ...
 
BANDANA BLUES invites you on a musical journey every week for about an hour and a half of 21st Century Blues with a nod to The Masters. Beardo (from Philly, USA) started with the Bandana Blues shows doing them live on the internet in the late 1990's and was soon joined by his long-time friend Spinner (from The Hague, NL). Soon after the turn of the century Bandana Blues became a weekly podcast. Beardo & Spinner have produced the shows together for almost 15 years. After the sad and suddden d ...
 
Have you rediscovered your childhood baseball cards, or do you have that "90s nostalgia" itch you've been looking to scratch? Come take a trip down memory lane as we take a second look at some famous (and not so famous) baseball cards from the 1990s all the way back through the 1950s. Wax Ecstatic is hosted by long-time collector Matt Sammon, who always has a fun look back at some of that classic cardboard in your collection!
 
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Welcome to CRITICALLY RECLAIMED - formerly THE CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED STREAMING CLUB - where film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold catch up on older movies one or both of them have never seen before, as chosen by YOU, our listeners! This week on CRITICALLY RECLAIMED, Bibbs and Witney present Kevin Costner's western epic DANCES WITH WOLVES,…
 
Garry Primal resumes command of the Maixmals and inadvertently leads them to the Killing Fields of Planet Megatron, where Blackarachnia figures some shit out about Thrust. Episode Rating: "TOO MUCH ENERGON!" Subscribe to the Lazor Comb Patreon to access hours of bonus preamble audio, exclusive shows like LAZOR COMB TONIGHT!, our monthly movie comme…
 
Here we are for episode 471! Cromitty is fretting over his new vegetable patch, whilst Paul is worrying over Yeti Uncle John - soon their problems will be far bigger than any of them ever realised! This episode also sees clips from Sutton Park (episodes 1157+) from mid-December 1995. Our next episode, #472 sees Nick G back with us and he's here to …
 
February 1989: Paula Abdul went straight up the charts, two San Dimas youth went on an excellent adventure, and Ann M. Martin attempted to turn "mall" into a verb. Brooke and Kaykay discuss Mallory and the Arnold twins' pursuit of individuation via consumerism, with digressions on contraband cassette tapes, 80s mall madness, and (of course) trout f…
 
Episode 63 and Wendi and Dfernando's guest interview is actress, writer and producer Melissa Peterman. Melissa Peterman is best known for her roles on the long-running comedy series REBA (as Barbra Jean) and the ABC Family/Freeform comedy BABY DADDY (as Bonnie Wheeler). She currently can be see on the CBS comedy YOUNG SHELDON (as Brenda Sparks). Up…
 
Gunmen from the Somali Islamist group Al-Shabab attacked a shopping centre in Nairobi taking hundreds hostage. The group claimed it was in retaliation for Kenyan military action against them in southern Somalia. The siege lasted four days in September 2013 and more than 60 people were killed, but hundreds more were injured and traumatised. Daniel O…
 
Well, well, well...we meet again, at last. I can’t say that I knew for certain that I’d see you around these parts again...but, alas, here we are. You, a ranting and raving fan of the hit podcast Sinclairity A Dinosaurs Tale. Me, someone who broke into the Sinclairity studio, tied up the chap who typically writes these descriptions, and wholly took…
 
Episode 38 of the podcast is a special bonus episode. On September 24, 1991 Nirvana released their 2nd album Nevermind. It changed the music industry by introducing Grunge music to a broader audience. Kurt Cobain became a voice of a generation whether he wanted to or not. The band and the album broke barriers and eventually dethroned Michael Jackso…
 
Ross doesn’t make a good first impression with his new neighbors. Chandler freaks out about his relationship with Monica. Joey is dating a girl who playfully punches him—and it hurts! We also discuss: misogyny as a literal punchline, Punky Brewster, Sex and the City crossovers, and PRINCIPLES. Signature Beverage: Punchy Brewster http://handbagmarin…
 
It's an all-new episode of WE'VE GOT MAIL, the podcast where film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold answer YOUR letters! This week, Bibbs and Witney read emails from listeners who have advice on how to avoid movie-watching burnout, corrections about ancient Roman music and RAMBO III, questions about bad movies with great music, and the th…
 
Alexander Litvinenko was a former colonel in the Russian secret service and a critic of Vladimir Putin's government. He fled to London seeking political asylum in 2000. In November 2006 he was poisoned with the highly radioactive substance Polonium-210. Rebecca Kesby spoke to his wife Marina, about his life and excruciating death.This programme is …
 
This episode, Nate is joined by two of his longtime friends and fellow comedians, Nic Novicki and Dustin Chafin. The guys share stories of what it was like getting their start in comedy and doing shows together in New York City. Scribd - Scribd.com/nate Right now, Scribd is offering our listeners a FREE 60-day trial. Go to try dot scribd dot com sl…
 
Super Bowl champion Eric Davis and Rahshaun Haylock recap the Niners Week 2 win at Philadelphia. We hand out game balls! What E.D. says was the most impactful coaching decision Kyle Shanahan will make this season. Why Trey Lance getting zero snaps is not a bad thing? The good and bad of the Niners secondary. Nick Bosa being held --what's all the fu…
 
On this week's brand new edition of Dueling Decades, we welcome back our first four-time judge! The incredible Robert Tepper returns to share some more rock n’ roll stories and decide what year had the best September 1975, 1985, or 1995! Robert is one of our favorite judges here on the show and after this rock n' roll rollercoaster of an episode, w…
 
Zach Moore (Always Hold On To Smallville, Fanchise Fatigue) returns to bid farewell to John Shea's (on screen) Lex Luthor in the epic conclusion to the Marriage/Clone/Amnesia arc! Sorry... what's that now? There are two more episodes to it?! Well, then you better enjoy Shea's performance while he's here! Listen to Zach's many podcasts and check he …
 
With her third "Shat The Movies" commission, listener Lisa triggered some really dark memories and icky feelings from Ash, Big D, and Gene. To say reviewing Larry Clark's "Kids" was difficult would be an understatement. But we're glad we did because watching this landmark independent film reminded us it's just as disturbing now as it was in 1995. C…
 
A pivotal moment in the Friends narrative and a genuinely great moment of revelation at the end of this episode - as well as an absolutely madcap plan from Chandler and Ross. Also on the table for discussion this week: electric salt and pepper shakers, hotel pay-per-view and the church-going habits of certain Coronation St actors…and we say farewel…
 
Thousands of people flocked to the village of Tlacote in central Mexico in 1991. They hoped to be cured by 'magical' water after rumours spread about its healing powers.Maria Elena Navas spoke to Edmundo Gonzalez Llaca who was an official in the local environment ministry in 1991 and who was sent to Tlacote to check out what all the fuss was about.…
 
This week on CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED, film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold review the biopic THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE starring Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield, Clint Eastwood's new neo-western CRY MACHO, the Netflix kids horror movie NIGHTBOOKS, and the Melanie Lynskey and Judy Greer supernatural comedy LADY OF THE MANOR! The Eyes of Ta…
 
We're joined by Peter Renaldi, the host of Filmmaker Magazine's acting podcast Back to One, to talk about Sean Penn's directorial debut, The Indian Runner. In fact, Sean Penn just appeared on Peter's show! Did he say anything interesting? Let's find out! Also, and this is Chris here, I somehow got through this entire episode without telling the sto…
 
In the late 1960s, the widow of President Kennedy had a secret romance with Aristotle Onassis, who was then the richest man in the world. Simon Watts spoke to Nico Mastorakis, a Greek journalist who visited Onassis’s yacht in disguise to confirm the relationship and secure a sensational scoop. Jackie Kennedy and Aristotle Onassis would go on to mar…
 
We reflect deeply on the current and future states of Marvel's cinematic offerings while exploring the latest What If mashup between Iron Man and Black Panther! Join us as we discuss... Being old as a prerequisite to enjoy Columbo! Digging the trashy fun of HBO's Titans series! Praying that the future X-Men movies won't let us down! Seeing how Disn…
 
Talk about a sampler! In "Caroline's Secret Message," we are treated to a birthday dinner, embroidery intrigue, a rescue plot, and grandma's tips for winter prep. Did we mention Caroline makes a new friend named Rhonda in this book, too? Perhaps we will never understand how Caroline used a raccoon story and her sampler to give her father an escape …
 
Show #913 Memorial For Beardo 2021 Last week on September 17 it was 4 years ago that Beardo, founder of Bandana Blues, passed away. So here's this year's memorial for Beardo filled with guitar instrumentals. 01. Bill Perry - Greycourt Lightning (4:08) (Greycourt Lightning, Virgin Records, 1998) 02. Tommy Z - Al's Groove (8:44) (Blizzard Of Blues, S…
 
Bordersdude John from the TFYTC joins us again, this time to talk about his favourite Transformer EVER, Ultra Magnus! But why does John love him so much, and which are his favourite iterations of this much-loved legacy character? Make a cuppa, grab some biccies, pull up a pew, and join us to find out! The Transformers YouTube Community: facebook.co…
 
Hello stranger! I didn't hear you come in! I was aurally preoccupied by the sonorous tones of the newest episode of the hit podcast Sinclairity: A Dinosaurs Tale. This week, the dianetic duo discuss the Dinosaurs episode Steroids to Heaven with the help of musical improv demigod Sarah Shockey from the podcasts Marty and Sarah Love Wrestling and Hel…
 
Move over, Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie! It's time for Russell Hornsby and Arielle Kebbel to do some bone collecting! The latest adaptation of Jeffrey Deaver's hit novel THE BONE COLLECTOR, previously turned into a serial killer thriller starring Washington and Jolie in the 1990s, is an NBC series stretched into a weekly procedural. But the…
 
In 1969 a satirical book, The Peter Principle, suggested that promotion led to incompetence. Written by a Canadian Professor of Education, Dr Laurence J. Peter and playwright Raymond Hull, the book was a parody of management theory but it's core message struck a chord with many. It became an instant classic, selling millions of copies around the wo…
 
Super Bowl champion Eric Davis and Rahshaun Haylock preview the Niners Week 2 visit to Philly. Shanahan vs Aiyuk --what to make of it? E.D. explains how this spat impacts the entire team. Have we seen the last of Raheem Mostert in a Niners uniform? How does the Niners D stack up against this version of Jalen Hurts? E.D.'s Keys! Plus more! See Priva…
 
September 16, 2021 marks 25 years to the day since "Beast Wars Part 1" originally aired. To mark the occasion, we're joined by guest hosts Kelly from DorkTales and Duncan Grant to discuss our memories of the show, play a game of "Mary, Fuck, Kill" with the Beastformers, and countdown our picks for the top ten best episodes of Beast Wars. We also fe…
 
The gang travel to 1930s Korea for the duplicitous tale of a lady of wealth, the men who want her money, and the young woman drafted to help one of them get it. Sex, power, and back-stabbing abound in Park Chan-Wook's The Handmaiden. Night on the Docks - Sax Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License…
 
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