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Classically Trained

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Classically Trained Podcast

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A media analysis podcast in which hosts Allison and Julia discuss modern media (including TV & film, books, and music) that depicts the Ancient Mediterranean world, its peoples, and its stories. We're here to have a good time, not to nitpick accuracy, but we've got a thing or two to teach, too.
 
Co-hosts Paul and Andy have one mission, to leave no nit left unpicked! Each episode they choose one piece of pop culture, ranging from movies to music videos to cultural phenomenons and do their damnedest to nitpick the hell out of it.
 
Gil (17) & Wil (46) take turns to debrief on their little and not-so-little niggles in life. Categorized as 'comedy' because 'comedy??' wasn't an option, and 'society & culture' seems like a biiiiig stretch. Trigger warning: Low production values.
 
In todays climate, it feels increasingly difficult to be authentic. Well, for some people. Every week, join dsyfuntional (and sometimes neurotic) best friends Emma & Josiah as they navigate mental health, discuss current events, debate the pros and cons of todays culture, and nitpick the people around them. If you have ever felt like you're struggling to be yourself, need a laugh, or just need another person to hate, this is the place to be. Trust us, your therpaist will love it.
 
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Dillon Wall, Daniel Rivers

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We find commercials really interesting, and often hilariously or tragically out of touch, so join us as we nitpick the hell of out the mammoth industry of advertising. Every week on Pop Up, Dillon Wall (filmmaker) and Daniel Lanza Rivers (scholar and critic in cultural studies) watch a commercial, and then put it under the proverbial microscope. The show is often salient, and always entertaining... because for an industry built on knowing what we want, advertising sure gets it wrong a lot. G ...
 
Every performer who's ever been on the road has at least one bizarro story that could have been pulled straight from the iconic music mockumentary, This is Spinal Tap. Co-hosts Allen Keller and Alex Hofmann delve deep into their guests’ harrowing, humbling, and hilarious Spinal Tap Moments uncovering universal truths along the way. (Although it would be as great as having armadillos in our trousers, this podcast is not affiliated with This is Spinal Tap and no person or entity connected with ...
 
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Keaton It Real

Matthew and Lara Keaton

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Lara and Matthew Keaton candidly discuss learning to parent children on the autism spectrum and navigating life in a busy, blended family. The show tackles the struggle to find a daily rhythm, the learning opportunities that come with disabilities, and the absolute need for snuggle time and sweatpants. Common topics include re-learning the things we thought we knew about kids, finding time for ourselves, and learning from (frequent) mistakes. If you want to feel a little less crazy in an inc ...
 
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In this episode we discuss Percy Jackson book 3: The Titan's Curse. Featuring: both-sides-ism, a small amount of complaining about philosophy professors, and a pitch for casting Aphrodite. Also, we call Rick Riordan out for fridging. We continue to have mad nostalgic fun with these episodes. Content warnings: Mild profanity Discussion of violence a…
 
This episode is not for everybody. This one is deep, and a little somber but, a LOT of people struggle with their identity after they leave military service or a first responder job, and many more struggle with their identity, when it comes to the value they provide, while they are IN service. This is a tough episode but an important one. Please, s…
 
He still knows Kung Fu. Doesn't really use it as much. But he does know it. This week, Nando DJ and Diggins dump their blue pills down the drain so they can watch the second movie this year about a man going into a digital world to fight Warner Bros, The Matrix Resurrections. They nitpick the coffee, the bots, and of course the cakes again.…
 
The end is here. Not...like...the end end but a half end until the real end in three more movies. This week, Nando DJ and Diggins throw on their raggedy flannel to watch the movie that is the third Matrix movie, The Matrix Ressur... Oh wait. Revolutions. The Matrix Revolution. Geez, these titles. They nitpick the mechs, the EMPs, and of course the …
 
Before the revolution and waaaay before the resurrection, there was the reloading. This week, Nando DJ and Diggins plug back into the 2000's wonderland where the clothes are black and the cake is...something, to watch the movie that made everyone excited/concerned for the finale, The Matrix Reloaded. They nitpick the doors, the swords, and of cours…
 
Warning: we talk about what scene from the first Ghostbusters where Dan Aykroyd gets down with a ghost A LOT in this episode so maybe not one for the kids. This week, Nando and Diggins (and maybe DJ's ghost nodding approvingly) move to Smalltown USA to watch the next in what will almost certainly be a long line of soft reboots to a franchise that d…
 
1st Annual Guide: Episode 120 2nd Annual Guide: Episode 154 Today we bring you some more ideas for the tactical person in your life, or for yourself. Mostly tactical items, some other lifestyle items worked their way in. Check the source article at UTAC.io for the full list and included links. Much love to you all this season.…
 
No editing. Just uploading. I've started opening up my personal life a little bit on the podcast and a lot of people have written in and said that they found a lot of value in it. So here we go again. Not asking for patreon support today. Not asking to get involved in any of the tools or services. Just asking, if you enjoyed or got value out of any…
 
A short episode. Discussing when, as a student and as an instructor, nitpicking can help and when it can not. We also rant about bureaucracy ... a little bit. You've been warned. Patreon support means a lot to us: Patreon.com/UTAC Or head over to our homepage UTAC.io to see all the different things we've got going on and how else you can get involv…
 
This episode, we have a special treat: an interview with author Nicholas Nicastro on his recently-published novel, The River Through Rome. Featuring engineering logistics, a shoutout to flat-earthers, and the refrigerator door theory of writing inspiration, we hope you enjoy this conversation--we sure did! Apologies for some inconsistency in audio …
 
From potty training setbacks to behavioral bumps in the road, we talk about dealing with "regression" in our kids. How are we handling it? Are we making mountains out of mole hills? Are we being too hard on ourselves? We don't know. We hope we're getting closer to figuring it out, though! Thanks, as always, for choosing to spend your time with us!…
 
Jon Langford riffs on what uber-famous band looked like schoolchildren when they opened for his band in 1979; what body part he had immortalized in plaster; and why The Mekons put another band’s photo on the cover of their first album. Social: @TMEPshow Website: TMEPshow.comBy Milwaukee Talkies
 
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