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Blithe stands for free spirit.The concept of the podcast is to promote underground music.The podcast is generally about Techno but will also feature sets of Tech-house,Deep-House, Progressive Techno, Minimal and other sub genres of house music, alongside other electronic genres like DnB, Psychedelic and other experimental styles. Tune in.
 
The past is always with us and we are living in the past. This show traces the connections between the 18th and 19th centuries and now. What do Bruce Springsteen and Alfred Lord Tennyson have in common? Why are men always crying in 19c poetry? Does Jane Eyre Tweet? This season, I'll answer these questions and more. So polish your monocle and adjust your feed as you go back to the past today.
 
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Obscure Chatter

Terri Doty and Stephen Hoff

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That Anime Show creator Terri Doty is back with Obscure Chatter! It’s a show made with the movie-lover within all of us in mind! She’s minimizing the inevitable groans associated with personal film bias. In the style of normal audio commentary tracks, Terri edits out mentions of key factors while talking about a plethora of topics during a film’s run time. You don’t want to miss out!
 
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There is a STRONG CONTENT WARNING with this episode as Terri goes in-depth to personal experiences of loss and pain that is directly tied to recent decisions with the Supreme Court. Be advised: if pregnancy-related issues are at all a sensitive matter, this episode of Obscure Chatter may not be for your ears. Episode 30 starts with our host Terri c…
 
It’s gonna be—June? Wait, that isn’t right. Join Terri as she closes out May with a bit of mixed bag honestly. She discusses many things that have happened this month— the good, the bad and the in-between. Here are ways you can help Uvalde and here is where you can support Beto O’Rourke. If you would like to be a part of a future episode, please su…
 
It’s April and that means another episode of Obscure Chatter! Terri catches up the listener by talking about her birthday, new job, and oh-so-much more! If you would like to be a part of a future episode, please submit a question via perpetuallyoffbeat@gmail.com (you can even remain anonymous) OR through @ObscureChatter or @TeeDotally. Shout out to…
 
We look at Television crossovers, those weird episodes where shows collide such as Murder She Wrote going to Hawaii and meeting Magnum, Charlie's Angels on The Love Boat or Doctor Who goes to Albert Square, home of the Eastenders As a bonus, after the end music we have included our snarkalong for the CHIPS episode which was meant to be a pilot for …
 
OH NO. Terri’s back! Catch up with all that’s happened since OC’s Holiday Extravaganza. If you would like to be a part of a future episode, please submit a question via perpetuallyoffbeat@gmail.com (you can even remain anonymous) OR through @ObscureChatter or @TeeDotally. Shout out to our Ko-Fi contributors and listeners! Hope you all are staying s…
 
Our Holiday Extravaganza is all thanks to you! Obscure Chatter listeners answered a lengthy questionnaire Terri provided because she wanted this year’s holiday episode to feel special. Now she’s watching [CENSORED] as she goes over your answers! Don’t worry, she and Hoff answered the questions as well! BIG THANKS TO: Manonymous, Jeremy Marquis, Sar…
 
Happy Haggis-days--err--Happy Holidays! Join Nat, Adam and Kathleen for this Very Scottish Holiday Special where we ask Adam the hard hitting questions like: What is a Hogmanay? What are the weight classes for Boxing Day? And is Die Hard a Xmas movie? (Spoiler alert: it is.) In this bonus episode, we are exploring Scottish holiday traditions, BUT i…
 
PDAIS is a free podcast in which a grumpy man and a chirpy girl discuss pop culture. This time they look at the many faces of Dracula in the Universal films before Dave is joined by Mr Paul Heath from the Pharos Project to look at the Friday the 13th Tommy Jarvis trilogy
 
“You guys made this episode.” Our Halloween special is all thanks to you! OC listeners recommended over 30 films for Terri to watch during our October episode. Out of all those choices, Terri hadn’t seen 9 of them. Terri chose [CENSORED] to watch for the first time. Our listeners also gave us some of their favorite Halloween candy to munch on. With…
 
PDAIS is a free podcast in which a grumpy man and a chirpy girl discuss pop culture. This time they start their celebration of Shocktober! with Edgar Allan Poe and the 1963 very loose film adaptation of The Raven before Dave is joined by Mr Paul Heath from the Pharos Project to look at the first three Friday the 13th films Edgar Allan Poe 0:00 minu…
 
They say there can only be one Highlander, but that's not true. The Scottish Highlands are a land rich with history, culture and community -- all of which was almost lost when it was systematically stripped away (and they were stripped away from their land) during the Highland Clearances. Actor, producer, entrepreneur and all-around amazing storyte…
 
We’re happy to have our second in-booth session since the lockdown in early 2020. Both host and guest are fully vaxxed. Our September episode has Terri watching [CENSORED] with friend and colleague Kristen McGuire! Here are some things Terri and Kristen discuss: 1st night of the sleepover Long-fingered ladies Clifford the Normal Human The Duke of D…
 
Grab your boots and kit, we're hitting the pitch and talking football with actor Cameron Jack. Oh, and just like that ball, we're bouncing all over the place in this one because Scotland loves the game but does the game always love all of Scotland? Join us for a little bit of history, a little bit of talking shop and a lotta bit of talking about Ad…
 
You can't talk about Scotland's history without talking about poet, icon and lover of dames and drink: Robert Burns. And if you're gonna talk about good ol' Rabbie, you should probably consult an expert. We're so lucky to have Dr. Moira Hansen from the Centre for Robert Burns Studies at the University of Glasgow to share some lesser known tales of …
 
Grab your prams and practice your Les Mis because this week we're building a barricade--except instead of Marius we're talking about Mary Barbour and the Glasgow rent strikes of 1915. Join Adam, Nat and this week's lovely (and in love) guests actor, Stephen McCole and writer/teacher, Emma Noble. Mary Barbour Mary Barbour Statue Photo of strikers 1 …
 
Welcome to the Ghost Gals podcast, we’re rebranding and Adam is fired. Okay fine, he isn't fired, but Nat and guest Nicola Roy are dragging his skeptical bum back into the spectral realm as we explore a few famous ghosts of Edinburgh. Edinburgh Castle (day) Edinburgh Castle (night) The One o’clock Gun Greyfriars Churchyard Gates Greyfriars Kirk Cem…
 
They can take our lives, but they can’t take…wait, know what? They can’t take our lives. We’re standing up to ‘The Man’ this week and we’re fighting alongside Jackie Crookstone and the whole lot of angry folks from Tranent. Actor and writer Paul Tinto brings us the little-known story of Jackie (aka Joan), the riots against the 1797 Militia Act, and…
 
“We waxed AND vaxxed.” Since our last in-booth guest in March of 2020, we’ve done solo shows with the occasional remote movie watch to stay safe. With both Terri and her guest being fully vaccinated, we took the opportunity to get back to the way Obscure Chatter started for our August episode! OC was blessed with a visit from the one and only Tia B…
 
We’re starting to think that the Scots did everything first. At least, that’s how it feels when the ever-fascinating actor/writer Brian McCardie joins to teach us a little bit about New Lanark, a ‘Company Town’ and proto-socialist utopia that was a century ahead of its time. The town may be in the “middle of nowhere” but it was also at the center o…
 
PDAIS is a free podcast in which a grumpy man and a chirpy girl discuss pop culture. This time they look at the classic British film The Blue Lamp and the resulting television series Dixon of Dock Green as well as Hell Drivers, which starred an all star cast shortly before they became stars
 
Did the Picts have it all figured out? Where did Hadrian learn to build walls? When will Nat reference another Doctor Who episode? We're exploring all this and more (mostly more0 on this week's episode about The Picts, with special guest, award-winning screenwriter Jillian Mannion. More on Jillian: Jillian Mannion is a screenwriter with over 20 hou…
 
This week, we’re not ashamed, we just have to return some video tapes…to the naughty part of the video shop. Writer, director and producer, John Fairfield, is taking us through the cheap beaded curtain and into the history of Video Nasties, The Obscene Publications Act, and The Video Recordings Act of 1984. But fear not, Adam, Nat & John will NOT b…
 
Adam, Nat, Claire, Big Rachel, Margaret McIver, Catherine Cranston AND a sexy Centurion ghost who may or may not resemble Arthur Darvill? It’s getting pretty crowded on this, the first-ever episode of Shared History: Under The Kilt. Join us as we take on three exceptional Glaswegian women. Well, not actually ‘take them on,’ they’re rather intimidat…
 
PDAIS is a free podcast in which a grumpy man and a chirpy girl discuss pop culture. This time they rev up and celebrate the life and career of the legendary Evel Knievel and two of his films – Evel Knievel and Viva Knievel – before saying a fond farewell to Scarlett Johansson as the Black Widow in the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film…
 
Obscure Chatter’s June episode was delayed slightly due to the insane heat that Texas’ grid is not prepared for—but that’s a whole other story that has nothing to do with this episode. Join Terri as she watches [CENSORED] and attempts to stay cool on a Sunday afternoon. FULL DISCLOSURE: The beginning of the episode catches Terri at the end of a voc…
 
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