show episodes
 
Welcome to the Catflap Chats podcast. My name is Mikey, but lots call me Catflap, Flap, or Flapper, and I'm fortunate enough to call some pretty interesting people my mates - Professional sports, Rugby, Boxing, MMA, Football, Actors, Singers, and Business, in Wales and beyond. I'm going to have a beer with a different mate each week, and delve in to their professional and personal lives. Expect some distinctly average chat, funny stories, and insights in behind the scenes. Basically, I am ab ...
 
DeRazzled takes award winning worst films and fixes them. Hosts Jack and Joe suffer through some of the worst movies ever made trying to figure out how these disasters happened, and, more importantly, attempt to fix them. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/derazzled/support
 
Transatlantic History Ramblings with Lauren and Brian. A history Podcast hosted on both sides of the Atlantic by Researcher/Writer/Historians Lauren in Wales UK and Brian in NY USA. No part of history is off limits and we welcome suggestions for guests or topics from our listeners. Reach out to us with questions, comments, suggestions to Trans.History.Rambling@Gmail.com Enjoy, and check out our Merch store at https://www.teepublic.com/user/tahistory
 
A collection of ten short nonfiction works in the public domain. The essays, speeches, news items and reports included in this collection were independently selected by the readers, and the topics encompass history, politics, philosophy, nature and religion. Included in this collection are “The Emanicpation Proclamation” and Second Inaugural Address of Abraham Lincoln, “Prinicpal Doctrines” by Epicurus, “Fox and Hound” and the preface to “The Breath of Life” both by John Burroughs, “The Went ...
 
H
HAH Podcast

1
HAH Podcast

Here's A Hypothetical!

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Bring us your tired, your poor, your 'what ifs'. Here's A Hypothetical podcast idea: an improv show where we pitch hypothetical situations and the results are (hypothetically) hilarious! Every week we'll tackle world's most difficult and important questions with all the dignity and wisdom they deserve.
 
Three comedy writers sit down with a guest to look back on women in film from a feminist perspective! Each month, Hillary, Sarah, Nicole ask themselves important questions like why is it so funny when men take care of babies? Why do mermaids have such low self esteem? What exactly did Jenny die of in “Love Story”? These questions and many more will be tackled on “The Feminine Mistake Podcast”!
 
Wild about conservation - a new podcast hosted by two chatty conservationists. How do you get wild about conservation? Do you get outside and explore? Have you read every book on natural history? Or maybe, you have watched every wildlife documentary? Listen to Hannah and Lexi - women in science, communicators, conservationists, and volunteers - as they talk to guests about their experiences, stories, and getting wild about conservation.
 
Loading …
show series
 
Jack and Joe are joined by Dr. Becca Hayes (scientist, Pittsburgh improv comedian, and Joe's partner) to talk about the wildly troubling, weirdly campy, and terrifyingly not-supposed-to-be-funny Mommie Dearest (1981), winner of the second-ever Razzie Award for Worst Picture. But we don't just tackle the film -- Jack directly compares it to the memo…
 
This Leo New Moon week features a very busy Mercury - which is just the way Mercury likes it; a glorious (but potentially overwhelming) Sun in Leo trine to Jupiter in Aries; Jupiter turning retrograde, introducing a four month period of introspection around life's persistent questions; and a rare and somewhat daunting conjunction of Mars, Uranus, a…
 
We continue our exploration of films stuck in Development Hell with the many attempts to adapt The Six Million Dollar Man to the silver screen. After a successful television run, 3 made-for-TV movies as recently as 1994, and influence that can be felt all throughout US pop culture, shouldn't a big screen version have worked? Join us for a tale of w…
 
This week: Listener love letters; Mercury struggles to stay on the bucking bronco that is Uranus and wades into Neptune's waters; and let's go ahead and enjoy that Venus/Jupiter trine, although our stomachs might not thank us for it. The Taurus Last Quarter Moon exhorts us to take action and gives us a lovely grand trine to help us get things done.…
 
Today was a really interesting chat - Robin joined the army at 15, after a tough childhood. He joined the Para-Troopers before his 18th birthday, and passed SAS selection at 22. Northern Ireland, The Iranian Embassy siege, and the Falklands, amongst other tours. We also spoke about today's societal issues, and is life better or worse today, accordi…
 
This week: Venus and Pluto prompt a review of last winter's difficult relationship transitions. A very crowded August 11 features an identity-refining Sun/Uranus square, an Aquarius Full Moon with hard aspects but a peaceful message, and Venus entering Leeeooo. The Sun's face-off with Saturn, and Mars trine Pluto, offer business breakthroughs and p…
 
Come on a whistle stop catch up with one of South Wales most active DJ's and presenters, Katie Owen. When she's not warming up the crowd at Kasabian gigs, she's working for Sport Bible at the Women's Euro's, warming up the crowd for Wales Footy matches, hosting her own Radio shows, and hosting the Main Stage in Leeds for Reading & Leeds Festival! I…
 
This week: Mars joins Uranus at the Moon’s North Node, and Venus arrives on the scene to offer some positive support. Mercury entering Virgo calls for caution in letting perfectionism overtake Leo's creativity. And how can you turn the frustrating August 7 Mars-Saturn square into a motivational powerhouse? Plus, April answers a listener question ab…
 
INTERVIEW BEGINS AT: 15:20 **Due to Skype/Weather issues, at times the recording over lapped causing far from good sound, but because Dr Townsend was so amazing I cleaned it up as best as possible to bring you our conversation*** There are perhaps no more misunderstood peoples in history than the Aztecs. Prior to the Spanish conquest this tribe man…
 
Loved catching up with Chief Smuggler Adam 'Linny' Linforth, on his whistle stop trip to London and Paris. Anyone who knows me, knows I love the guys at Budgys, but also what the brand stands for, and the fun associated with them. They're creating a community of like minded people, who want to have great times, and feel good in themselves. Great st…
 
INTERVIEW BEGINS AT: 23:10 The greatest Horror/Comedy/Anthology film of all time, Scare Package is getting set to release it's mush anticipated sequel, so we bring you the The First "Official" Unofficial Reunion Spectacular. The stars have aligned and Byron Brown (Sam), Hawn Tran (Hawn) and Jeremy King (Rad Chad Buckley) are here to geek out with t…
 
To kick off our brand new 2nd Unit series exploring films and properties lost in Development Hell, Joe uses the release of Coheed & Cambria's latest album as an excuse to talk about the lost film adaptation of their long-running sci-fi epic, The Amory Wars. What was supposed to be a major feature produced by Mark Wahlberg turned into a lot of nothi…
 
Loved this episode - Lauren has had to sacrifice so much along the way, its great to see TMC going from strength to strength with 37 franchises and counting, let alone going global! We spoke business, but also being a mum, longing for community when you've given birth, absolutely winging it at times, and how its never plain sailing. @themumclub / w…
 
This week: Mercury and the Sun face off with Pluto before entering glorious LEO, where everybody makes their own fun (if you don't make it yourself, it's entertainment)! The Aries Last Quarter Moon is feeling some Pluto pressure of its own: Aries doesn't love introspection, and the Last Quarter Phase (and Pluto) insist upon it. Mercury and Jupiter …
 
INTERVIEW BEGINS AT: 20:00 We are so thrilled to be joined by the ever amazing and entertaining Ash Pryce and this time he brings along his lovely and charming (and brilliant) wife Theresa Dewa and we get to talk about the Fox sisters, their life, death, confessions, retractions and legacy. We also discuss fake mediums/spiritualists and hucksters o…
 
Top bloke is Joe, who's grafted both on and off the field to get to where he is now. He's just hung the boots up after 16 years as a pro, and co-founded Myomaster too, which aims to rival Theragun. He was the first player to win the Premiership, Championship, both European cups, the LV Cup, and the B&I Cup, and now he's taking that experience in to…
 
Episode 131 | Capricorn Full Moon: No Place Like Home This week, Venus makes important aspects to Saturn and Neptune before moving into Cancer; important matters are revealed at a powerful Capricorn Full Moon that’s in a conjunction with Pluto; the Sun makes a sweet, sleepy trine to Neptune and reaches an important moment in its cycle with Mercury.…
 
INTERVIEW BEGINS AT: 24:05 Long before the 100 million dollar cookie cutter super hero films that flood the market place now, the Superhero movie crazy caught the imaginations of children (and adults) across America, and then the world in the 1930's. Darrin McDonald, A.K.A YouTube star FizzFop1 joins us to discuss the history and origins of the sup…
 
We're officially back for SEASON 2! We open things up by taking a fortunately short trip to Textopolis to break down The Emoji Movie (2017), the only animated children's film to ever win Worst Picture at the Razzie Awards. While we do have some ideas for how to fix this mess, we decided to try something different for our season premiere and examine…
 
Funny episode with Charles Sharples, as he introduced himself haha. He's a down to earth lad - Good to hear about the challenges he faced for both England and Gloucester, and the good times too. He gives some real insight in to what has been a class career, which he's looking to emulate off the field too. Thanks always Tiny Rebel Brewery and Motazo…
 
This week, zippy Mars enters Taurus, which moves at a much more... deliberate pace than Mars prefers. Although your progress might be slower and frustration a little higher, this is a good transit for tackling projects that require patience and consistency. Mercury enters Cancer on July 4; hold your cards close to your chest, and trust your instinc…
 
GLOR1A has always dreamed of becoming a singer. Growing up in a Pentecostal Christian family near Blackpool, music was always part of her life and she spent her childhood summers performing on the pier before heading off to university to study business, finance and economics. But the siren call of music remained strong, with GLOR1A eventually movin…
 
INTERVIEW BEGINS AT: 21:00 Elizabeth I and Catherine de Medici, two of the most powerful women in European History, both brilliant, bold, powerful and complex, two. women who shaped the 16th century and changed history. We are thrilled to welcome the great Dr. Estelle Paranque, assistant professor in history at NCH at Northeastern (London campus) a…
 
What an insightful chat this was with Mike - He delved in to all aspects of his coaching career, the highs and the lows. He's currently finding the stars of tomorrow for the Ospreys, and I love his outlook on that programme. He's won a Grand Slam with Wales, and Division 3 West with Mumbles, and seen pretty much everything in between. Thanks always…
 
This week in the big sky: A sextile between Mars and Saturn favors bold, direct action, because tiptoeing around won’t always get you where you need to go! The Cancer New Moon is on the Sabian symbol, Rabbits dressed in clothes and on parade. Indulge your imagination! But with the New Moon square Jupiter, be careful not to take on more than you can…
 
INTERVIEW BEGINS AT: 26:00 With congressional hearings being all over the news, we decided to look back on a historical hearing, when the one and only Harry Houdini was testifying before the U.S Congress to attempt to add an amendment to a bill that would help make being a fake psychic/medium illegal. The one and only Houdini Historian and show fri…
 
What a guy Jordan is. The toughest of upbringings, and not playing rugby until he was 18 - This didn't stop Jordan working his way to the top, and doing it all with a smile on his face. Tokyo2020, The World 7s series, and a few different TV shows - Everywhere he goes, people are left enjoying! Thanks always Tiny Rebel Brewery and Motazone.net…
 
This week: Mercury in Gemini is the GPS that will help you reach your Jupiter in Aries goals more efficiently. The Pisces Last Quarter Moon is a looking-back time, and Venus trine Pluto offers a lesson in doing what we can with what we’ve got. Bewitching Venus enters Gemini, lending enchantment to clever words and appealing stories. The Cancer Sols…
 
What a lovely guy, who wasn't afraid to give his opinion on a few bits. Great career in New Zealand, Wales, and captained Fiji too, although that wasn't always plain sailing Tough as teak but always had a smile on his face, and could have ended up a Wales player at one point! Thanks always Tiny Rebel Brewery, Supply My Fire, and Motazone Cwmbran!…
 
This week: Mercury leaves the last, exhausting degrees of Taurus and throws itself back into its home sign of Gemini. Time to touch base with old friends and to have constructive conversations, even if the topic is difficult. A Sagittarius Full Moon on the uplifting “bluebird of happiness” Sabian symbol is also square Neptune; are we happy, or just…
 
As promised, here's the rest of our deleted scenes from season 1! These bits were left over from the last 4 episodes of the season, and include: -Several bits with BeLinda Berry in which we try really hard to avoid talking about 50 Shades of Grey, including talk of hot or un-hot teachers, noisy squirrels, and more -Jack and Joe continuing to geek o…
 
What a lovely bloke, who's had an interesting career in both hemispheres. Down south he made a huge impact, but in the North is where he earned hero status - Winning everything with Leinster. He talks about his relationship with Fiji Rugby, or lack of, and how it could have panned out differently. He's now carving out a great career in Auckland, bu…
 
April leads off with the Virgo First Quarter Moon, the perfect opportunity for you to buckle down and make one of your Gemini New Moon ideas a reality. Mercury wraps up a series of aspects to no-nonsense, truth-telling Pluto. And a Venus-Uranus conjunction shakes up relationships, routines, and finances. This week’s listener question invites April …
 
INTERVIEW BEGINS AT: 20:00 Detroit Michigan, 1970's,: The Original Sheik (Ed Farhat) terrorized wrestling fans and fellow wrestlers, he was viscous, nasty, mysterious, and we all believed deadly, but in reality, he was the boss of one of the most successful wrestling promotions of all time, Big Time Wrestling. A young man from Ohio, a wrestling ent…
 
Dodo Marmarosa Trio - "Trade Winds" Don Byas - "I Don't Know Why" [0:02:58] Euneeda Bodenheim - "Euneeda This" [0:10:13] Herm "Sonny" Blount - "Old Man River" [0:12:25] Vaughn De Leath - "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" [0:15:23] Slim Gaillard Quartette - "Jumpin' at the Record Shop" [0:18:59] Marion Abernathy - "Ja-Hoosey Baby" [0:22:04] Jack McVea & H…
 
30 years+ years in professional Cricket, you see one or two things! Part of that historic 2005 Ashes win, and unofficially the go between (Agony Aunt) for players and management. I loved catching up with Dean, and chatting all things Cricket, Characters, and even a bit of Rugby for good measure. Some great stories, from a top bloke. Have a look at …
 
April invites you to take a breath and unwind from the intense emotions of the recent eclipse season, with a Gemini New Moon that's just a New Moon and not an eclipse! Mercury leaves its retrograde period and turns direct, but its shadow period extends some of the retrograde mischief through June 18th. Use this time to rest and to process your feel…
 
INTERVIEW BEGINS AT: 28:00 A story of an early photographer who after personal tragedy leaves his portrait business and enters the word of post-mortem photography, becomes an outcast but is able to at long last find redemtion in a most poigniant way. E S Blake is a successful comedian, TV and Screen Writer, soon to be feature film director and now …
 
Rube Bloom - "That Futuristic Rag" [0:00:00] Dodo Marmarosa - "Tone Paintings I" [0:02:46] Gus Bodenheim - "A Bodenheim Birthday Bulletin" [0:08:23] Charlie Johnson's Paradise Ten - "Hot-Tempered Blues" [0:11:27] Sol K. Bright & His Hollywaiians - "Heat Wave" [0:14:49] Slim Gaillard Quartet - "Scotchin' with the Soda" [0:17:53] Penny Malone - "I Co…
 
Welcome to the first set of deleted scenes from our first season! While we prep for season 2, we wanted to share some of our favorite bits from the cutting room floor. Scenes included: -Jack and Joe acknowledging the logical impact of Spider-Man: No Way Home on the past of the MCU -Antonio Palacios of the Cultworthy Podcast enlightening us to the w…
 
One of my fav episodes to date - What a guy Ed is. From professional Rugby player to Quadriplegic. From never walking again, to scaling mountains a year later. Resilience in spades. Who knew, wiggling your toe would lead to so many adventures. I love his resilience, his willingness to push boundaries, and the ability to say yes, and figure it out a…
 
This week: Mars enters Aries, gaining home field advantage and galvanizing Jupiter. This is a feisty, energetic combination, but the Sabian symbol for this conjunction, "Two lovers strolling through a secluded park," could mean that our efforts aren’t visible to the outside world. Venus sextiles Saturn (we can get what we want if we make a plan) bu…
 
INTERVIEW BEGINS AT: 15:30 Do you hear things that go bump in the night? Are you afraid of ghosts? Do you think no-one will believe you? Fear no more, because we at Transatlantic History Ramblings will listen to you, as well as have our ghost experts Kurt "The Strange Sessions" Konecny and Neil Storey, they join us to talk all things weird and spoo…
 
Jess Stacy - "In the Dark — Flashes" - Odeon OR 2233 Dodo Marmarosa - "Tone Paintings II" - private recording, Hollywood, 1947 [0:02:59] Gus Bodenheim - "The Art of the Non Sequitur" - The Art of the Non Sequitur [0:09:18] The Milt Herth Trio - "Jersey Bounce" - Odeon 78 286061-A [0:12:16] Eric Siday - "Paraphrase (Dinah)" - Columbia test pressing …
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login