The Delirious Nomads podcast features celebrity chef Chris Santos of Chopped (He hates when you call him that) and underground metal connoisseur Matt Bacon (He loves when you call him that) talking about all things heavy metal, as well as providing "breakdowns" of your favorite combat sports, and "riffing" on some food talk every week with VERY special guests from across the globe.
The best in Christian Rock and Pop, then and now.
Blacklight is a show where a panel of people from diverse backgrounds expose interesting and suprising aspects of various topics.
Greetings nerds from your hosts Sarah Belmont and Will Polk. Join us on our weekly podcast about superheroes, non-superhero shows/movies, and entertainment news. We rant, we rave, we review, this is SCENE N NERD!
Young. Black. Pessimistic. This show dissects the world of race, faith, and culture. Hosted by Tim Fleming. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blacklightpod/support
Blacklight is dedicated to people of color who defy stereotypes. Brown people don't hike or swim, right? What about dating inter-racially? This podcast will remind you that everyone is unique?
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Various discussions but first the most part it's just ramblings of a guy with a lot to talk about Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unbalancedminds/support
The home of the Action for Everyone podcast with hosts Liam O'Donnell, Vyce Vyctus, and Mike Scott, as well as Adkins Undisputed: The Most Complete Scott Adkins Podcast in the World.
This is the best decade for fresh, innovative horror since the 1970s, and Daniel Link is here to help you navigate its spooky waters. For the horror nerd and horror rookie alike.
A Moment of Science is a daily audio podcast, public radio program and video series providing the scientific story behind some of life's most perplexing mysteries.
Just a couple of dudes being guys and talking hockey. Imagine you're bellied up to a nice cozy bar top, next to two fellow beer league armchair GM's, and all they want to talk about is the Seattle Kraken, news around the NHL, and some betting and fantasy hockey stuff. Yeah. Now you get it.
SJ is a singer and musician. Rayray is a girl empowerment leader and Bravo enthusiast. Both are yoga instructors and all-around badasses, encouraging others to find their own badassery. These two comedians discuss pop culture, recovery, dating, mindfulness and whatever the hell else comes to their minds.
Sharing the stories of dream chasers who make it happen. Host Melanie Camp explores the Hollywood state-of-mind that drives a dream. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beautiful-hollywood/support
A podcast where art meets industry. Rachelle Etienne-Robinson and Stan “Substantial” Robinson, founders and co-CEO’s of Substantial Art & Music lead discussions on the business of art; from creating, producing, presenting, marketing, performing and selling your art. Listen to interviews with individual artists, curators, directors, creative entrepreneurs and various professionals in the art and music industry.
Let’s talk is a podcast where i talk about the recent shows airing on the CW network. The show’s that I will mainly talk about on this podcast are blacklighting, The flash, Stargirl and Superman & Lois You can follow me on social media Hope you enjoy my podcast if so make sure you subscribe so you don’t miss an episode 😁😁
We're baaaaack! It was a huge honor to have the one and only Matt Pinfield on the podcast. The dude is a living legend who was involved in so many amazing things over the years from spinning records to having a show on MTV and having a Killers song about him. He's a one of a kind character and it was a blast to talk with him! This is gonna be one t…
There's a familiar look of blacklight in bowling alleys, arcades, and other locations. While this look might be familiar to us, we're not as familiar with it in nature.
The boys start off by thanking Julien Rico Jr. for the amazing new artwork and Ram Khat for the amazing new theme. Then they tackle the new Liam Neesons trailer Blacklight, Liam talks seeing Wrath of Man, and then Vyce takes the lead to discuss how the January dumping ground is just no longer true and January movies do in fact rule.…
Me and my roommate talk about the gender war in the black community, language warning --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unbalancedminds/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unbalancedminds/support
In this one, I talk about January 6, the Tony Khan tweet (and why it got me into facebook jail), Duolingo Japanese lessons, getting started in the Yakuza series and then I finish it off with a possible teaser of what I may talk about in my Weekly Vlog series on YouTube. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. h…
The hardest working woman in podcasting joins the lads for a variety of topics. They talk remakes, including The Tragedy of Macbeth, the trailers for Invincible and Kung-Fu Zohra, Liam watched Ninja 2 and Snake-Eyes, and they talk about the awesomeness that is Michael Jai White. Jordan's Twitter Jordan's Patreon Disaster Girls Independence Day with…
In the modern age, there are fewer instances of needing to actually write anything down by hand. Scientists say we should still teach children how to write. Learn more with today's A Moment of Science.
We are back to talk about something new, something old, and something from a galaxy far, far away. Our SNN Host Sarah Belmont talks about how Superman and Lois did not disappoint but fell asleep during Boba Fett's storytime. Then our SNN Producer and co-host Will Polk breaks down Naomi’s origin and how he’s hopeful for a good first season. We rant.…
If fiber is actually indigestible for humans, why do we keep eating it?
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The Mars Perseverance Rover has collected vital data for studying the red planet, including audio recordings. So how does sound travel on Mars?
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Humans aren't the only ones who practice safe sex, others in the animal kingdom do as well. Learn how moths protect themselves with A Moment of Science.
Been doing too much coughing to do an episode today, here's to feeling better next week --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unbalancedminds/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unbalancedminds/support
You might think that knowledge and memory go hand in hand, but the true nature of their relationship is a bit more complicated. Learn more with today's A Moment of Science.
Happy New Year! We are back to talk about Cobra Kai season 4 and finally Spider-Man No Way Home. First, our SNN Host Sarah Belmont shared her thoughts on spiders, sorcerers, and the multiverse. Then our SNN Producer Will Polk shared his thoughts on high school melodrama, karate, and sensei villains. We rant...we rave...we review...this is Scene N’ …
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In 2018, evidence for potential liquid water on Mars was announced. This would be a monumental discovery, but arguments since then have repeatedly cast doubt on these claims.
Our ears don't just listen to the noises around us, they also make some sound as well. Learn more about otoacoustic emissions with A Moment of Science
Like any environment, there are certain adaptations people take on in order to live in a large metropolitan area. Are the animals that live among us any different?
While their use has been popularized by Hollywood in countless medical dramas, the defibrillator isn't actually the miracle machine it's made out to be.
I didn't expect to get all ranty about the rich people but here we are. I hope y'all like. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unbalancedminds/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unbalancedminds/support…
With the industry basically shutting down for a week, the boys thought it would be fun to do a mailbag. Questions cover everything from best fight scenes, to Netflix numbers, to who would win in a Kumite (It's Mike since he owns ALL the swords)
Some of you may know that for the last few years Vyce has done an annual retrospective for Veteran's Day on the year in war films. We're a bit late, but this year he's bringing to the podcast and has graciously asked Mike to come along for the ride. We promise, you do not want to miss this episode. Check out Vyce's previous written versions on Lewt…
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Human cultures often benefit from their influence on each other, and scientists wondered if the same can be said for birds. Today's A Moment of Science has more on this research into the social lives of great tits.
Single-celled organisms were present on the Earth long before more intelligent life began. Finding fossils of these past life forms on Earth could help scientists looking for former life on Mars.
Why do sore throats hurt? Today's A Moment of Science looks closer at this pesky sickness and a few potential methods for relief.
Why do we get brain freeze, and always at the least convenient times? Today's A Moment of Science looks closer at this headache.
Liam, Vyce and Mike are joined by special guest, Mandy's Aaron Stewart-Ahn to take on The Matrix Resurrections. Who are the good, bad and maniac cops? After that the boys lavish some praise on Hawkeye and what it might mean for the future of the MCU.
We're pretty familiar with terms such as 'cold-blooded' and 'warm-blooded,' but they're not the most accurate descriptions for what actually goes on inside bodies.
Scientists have found evidence of microbial life in all of Earth's environments, but does that mean life can truly exist under any conditions? New research looks at the extreme environment of Antarctica for answers.
It's not uncommon to see a deer fawn alone, and sometimes our first assumption is it was abandoned by its parents. Today's A Moment of Science explains how that probably isn't the case.
Having red hair is incredibly rare, and could signal other unique differences your body has. Learn more about the relationship between hair color and pain tolerance with today's A Moment of Science.
Eggs change from a liquid-like state to practically solid the longer you cook them, but why is that?
Goldilocks might have been a sensitive character in a fairytale, but the goby fish can be just as picky when finding a bed. Learn more about Goby-locks with today's A Moment of Science.
I was angry when I made this so it's gonna come off as ranty but I basically talk about how bullying in the black community has kinda been the subject of gaslighting into making people believe it's a necessity. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anc…
The lads talk Spiders-Men, Michelle Yeoh, Nic Cage as Nick Cage, and Ninja. Vyce goes into Halo Infinite and Warframe, Mike continues his assault on A24 (kidding, he actually praise them, particularly Barely Lethal) and Liam talks about the value of the Holiday Hail Mary.
When Benjamin Franklin was researching how heat and cold are conducted, he performed some interesting experiments using cold hard cash. Learn more with today's A Moment of Science.
*FYI not really our last episode* In this episode of Dusty Bender Hockey, the guys run game on: Kraken’s starting goalie situation, question mark? Dive into all the league and it’s happenings. Little bit of fantasy hockey for your bitch anuses. Remember to wear protection! To connect with us and our sponsors: Twitter: @DBHockeyPod / @Romance2110 / …
We are back to talk about the Reverse-Flash, Hawkeye, and other heroes. First, our host Sarah Belmont questions Gotham Knights and finds Hawkeye’s answer when Yelena shows up. Then, our SNN Producer Will Polk attempts to find some good things to defend The Flash event finale; we’ll see them again in March. We rant...we rave...we review...this is Sc…
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In the 1600s, many people believed the stars produced musical vibrations. While it's true stars vibrate, they don't produce any sound. Asteroseismology still uses these vibrations to learn more about the cosmos.
Seeing astronauts floating weightless is a commonly known image, but that weightlessness is different from actual zero gravity. Does zero gravity even exist?
Chris and Rob sit down to tell some stories! This is Chris's first time soloing the podcast and our last pod of the year. We think you're going to dig some of the stories that go down on this one. It's always fun to hear these guys shoot the shit. See what Rob's up too on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robcaggiano/ Check out Chris's label, Bl…
All modern humans belong to the same species, but that doesn't mean we were the only species. Scientists may have recently found a new member of our extended family.
Congrats are in order for Vyce, and the boys talk the newest trailers including Operation Fortune, The Matrix, and RRR. From there they talk Indian cinema and Liam's experience watching 2019's War. They finish up chatting Savage Dog
Ice cubes always seem to be slightly cloudy in the middle. Why is that, and is it possible to avoid?
I went from subject to subject on this one. It started off with wrestling and then ended up turning into celebrities and politics, enjoy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unbalancedminds/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unb…