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A free-ranging, magazine-style podcast series featuring slice-of-life stories, characters and culture from one of the alt-living/hippy Gulf Islands on Canada’s West Coast. Interviews, soundscapes, music, walks along the beaches, rambles into the forests. A new episode every 3 weeks or so. If you're island curious, this show is for you.
 
If Portlandia and Welcome To Night Vale had a baby it would be Welcome Thru Effingham. It's the city everyone has passed through and no one stops to explore. Until now, of course. Enjoy the characters and stories (that we made up) from the Crossroads of America; Effingham, IL. All characters and events in this show - even those based on real people - are entirely fictional. All celebrity voices are impersonated - poorly. The following program contains clean comedy and due to its content shou ...
 
Briefly put, Zanna & Billiam is a podcast about television. It consists of the dynamic duo Susannah and Will: teenage, TV-obsessed, best friends. Together, they’ll cover a number of shows they find crucial to their friendship, shows like Portlandia, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and 30 Rock. Recapping, reviewing, and relishing a different episode each week, you can expect plenty of strong opinions, deep dives, inside jokes, and above all, friendship, comedy, writing, dreams(both nighttime and aspirati ...
 
Each week Chris Revill and Nate Withrow discuss a different sketch comedy show, taking a brief look at the history of the show and/or some of the notable actors, writers, or creators before discussing a single sketch. We'll tackle anything from recent shows like Portlandia to cartoon shows like Animaniacs to old variety/comedy shows like the Sonny and Cher show.
 
In celebration of KINK FM’s 50th Anniversary, we present The Portland 50, a podcast series about the people who dreamt, built and championed the innovation, growth and uniqueness of Portland. Hosted weekly by Peggy LaPointe, each episode is a narrative journey told by the founders, leaders and drivers behind some of Oregon’s best known companies, landmarks and industries. The Portland 50 is presented by Jaguar Land Rover Portland and produced by KINK.fm.
 
Kevin Arnovitz and Tom Haberstroh bring their die-hard fanaticism of the hit TV show Top Chef and combine it with their NBA analytical instincts to draft “fantasy” teams, interview contestants and talk about America’s food and restaurant trends. Follow along weekly as the top cooking competition meets top-shelf analysis.
 
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“Uncanny Basterds” The ‘Sterds™ palaver over the upcoming holiday season and the uncanny valley | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Listener discretion …
 
A look at the folks and challenges of farming and food security on Gabriola. Special thanks to: Graham Bradley, Stephen Levesque, Talyn Martin * Support and check out Gabriola’s Agricultural Co-operative Music credit and thanks: “Let it Rain” by the fabulous Sarah Osborne from her 2021 Seasons EP Series Volume One - Heat . See Sarah Osborne Music S…
 
“That’s So Florida, Man!” Mac recently traveled to Florida so of course this episode was all about him | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Listener disc…
 
“Happy Halloween!” The ‘Sterds™ cogitate the rituals surrounding the holiday that most kids and some attention-seeking adults enjoy and offer their recommendations for spooky cinema | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual …
 
In the pilot, Norm has to prevent a sex worker from engaging in sex work, lest he be sent back to prison for not being a good social worker. In the finale, Norm doesn’t try to play the flute. In between, OJ Simpson, Dirty Work, Chris Farley, Kevin Farley, Jack and Jill, Richard Pryor, Artie Lange, Jack Warden, and Mel Gibson are also discussed.…
 
“Ancestry Dot Mac” The ‘Sterds™ wonder if there is space for Filipino cuisine in the American zeitgeist and Mac reveals the results of his genetic deep-dive | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential…
 
“Who Cut The Cheese?” The ‘Sterds™ talk miracle drugs and support mixing your cheeses | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Listener discretion advised. |…
 
"80’s Movies Were Terrifying TBH” The ‘Sterds™ discuss how much more traumatic 80’s movies truly should have been | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Li…
 
This week, we're covering Most Improved Player from The Good Place's first season. And in addition to cubes of all purposes and striking differences from later seasons, this episode also contains Waterloo Seltzers, whose name Les Miserables superfan Susannah is only kind of obsessed with, preachy barefooters on Quora, Holocaust allegories, brand ne…
 
“Call Me Boris” The ‘Sterds™ believe hurricanes should have Russian names in order to elicit the appropriate level of concern these extreme weather phenomena deserve | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and …
 
We're back this week with What Will Happen to the Gang Next Year! And no, we haven't made a full-length episode out of our outro section. That would be kind of boring. Rather, we're covering it's namesake, 30 Rock's wonderfully chaotic season six closer! We discuss Kristen Wiig sightings, praise Mary Steenburgen at length, Susannah talks about YA a…
 
“Portland Is Over?” The ‘Sterds™ ruminate over Old Portland and how we can get it back. Maybe. | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Listener discretion a…
 
It’s Saturday at the island’s recycling depot. Music Credits in order: Accidental background: “Do Ya Think I’m sexy” by Rod Stewart – MP3 track being played by others in an open air recording. Don’t sue! Excerpt: “Arctic Orchestral Cue” by Graham Makes Courtesy: creativecommons.org Excerpt: “Indigo” by Vincent Augustus from the album Nightlife for …
 
For our coverage of Brooklyn Nine-Nine's classic Jimmy Jab Games, we're remote again due to Susannah's being in Martha's Vineyard. But what we lack in being in person, we make up for in Audrey! Also: carnival prizes, Larry David and Alan Dershowitz, sound effects, the dating lives and jail times of mobsters who dip children in acid, "moshing like t…
 
"Schmolympics” In this episode, the ‘Sterds™ do not talk about the Olympics, COVID, or Naomi Osaka. | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Listener discret…
 
From Susannah's mom's attic office, it's our triumphant return to Portlandia with Weirdo Beach! Perhaps there's just something about Fred and Carrie, as while this episode isn't quite as hectic as Amore, it's definitely more hectic than the typical Zanna and Billiam episode. Susannah talks about A.A. Milne poetry, we imagine a virtual assistant wit…
 
“Prequels: Part Deux” The ‘Sterds™ pass judgment on the best and worst prequels of all time. So far. | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Listener discre…
 
We're back! After that loooong hiatus due to Will's camp and overall summer fatigue, we make our return with Downton Abbey's Season Two Episode One, which Susannah can honestly probably recite at this point. Besides trying to get back into the swing of things and marveling at the fact that we can record this in person and inside, we also compare Wi…
 
On this episode we’re going deep into the island’s geology with Nick Doe. Nick is one of Gabriola’s go-to sources for the island’s geological history. For almost two decades he wrote and edited Shale, a journal of all things historical for the Gabriola Museum. Naturally with a slight editorial tilt towards articles about rocks. On this episode Nick…
 
“Game On!” The ‘Sterds™ ruminate on recent events and the evolution of video games | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Listener discretion advised. | © …
 
“Brexit or Bust” Who better to have as a guest on our 4th of July episode than a Brit? Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Listener discretion advised. © 20…
 
Ari spilled juice on his favorite turtle neck, Jon got a pretty bad sunburn after attending a virtual Sugar Ray show under the Burnside Bridge, and Carlos mistook a skinny yoga mat for a fruit rollup and ingested it, so our hosts are on temporary hiatus. In the interim, please enjoy a trip down memory lane to one wistful summer eve three years ago …
 
“Father Figures” The ‘Sterds™ had very specific opinions about Fathers’ Day and the gifts that accompany it Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Listener dis…
 
Kevin and Tom are blessed by the presence of Top Chef judge and culinary expert Gail Simmons, who makes her long-awaited debut on the podcast. Gail takes us through a most dramatic episode of the season and pulls back the curtain on her new Top Chef Amateurs show that launches July 1. Also, our mission to get Kevin on Top Chef Amateurs is one step …
 
Andy Samberg hosted SNL in 2014 and now we are, well, not really following in his footsteps by hosting this episode of our podcast! We talk about a real-life Hunchback of Notre Dame, our thrift shop, and calendars. Also, Will plays the Oldies channel again to drown out the sirens on his street, and Susannah rants about how much she hates Bruce Chan…
 
“Frailblazers” The ‘Sterds™ opined on current events, the Portland Trail Blazers’ season-ender, and a few recommendations for our dear listener | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness …
 
Yes, it might seem a bit strange that we, shippers that we are, chose this episode instead of the previous one, Leslie and Ben (for non-superfans, that's the one where they get married). But hey, this episode's got mani-pedis, old movies, and several members of the sprawling Lerpiss family. And of course, it's the first appearance of the one and on…
 
Recipe books take center stage as a Top Chef twist rattles the cheftestants and sends an overmatched chef home. While Kevin expresses disdain for complicated instructions, Tom proposes a theory on elimination tells on social media, and they unite to discuss various milks, hipster or not. Plus: which cheftestant is the Jen Carroll of this season?…
 
“Unmasked” The ‘Sterds™ palaver over the CDC, guess whether a saying is an inspirational quote or a movie line, and dig into some weird news | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of …
 
We're back in The Good Place for this penultimate episode of Season Two (of The Good Place, not the podcast. We're too lazy to put this podcast into seasons). Yes, this episode is shorter than usual, and yes, Susannah (who writes these usually very witty episode descriptions) can't think of anything to say here, but we have no doubts that this is j…
 
“What Is It With Four-Year-Olds?” The ‘Sterds™ ruminate on Mother’s Day, Battle of the Josh’s, and Amazon.com | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Listen…
 
We head back to 30 Rock(both the show and the place) for a very special(to be honest, it's not actually that special) Mother's Day episode. Even though this episode probably won't be heard until after Mother's Day. But we make like Victor Hugo and digress! (#ObscureLesMizRef) Anyhoo, in this episode, Will mocks/performs slam poetry, Susannah(yet ag…
 
In the pilot, the Gregalians can’t figure out how to answer a phone and Hoff tries to follow his gut. In the finale, ripoff Norman Bates serves up some wall food. Freddie Sybian, Lisa Vanderpump, JCVD, dad Jencos, First, Watch, Second Watch, Third Watch, glue sticks, Tim Wakefield, Dennis Eckersley, and 94.7 NRK’s Gustaaav are also discussed.…
 
Two-time Top Chef contestant Brian Malarkey joins the show to reveal his Top 10 power rankings and also gives his surprising prediction on who's going to win the competition. Kevin and Tom have their minds blown when chef Brian explains his rationale. Also, Brian offers some behind-the-scenes intel on his rally in Season 17 and sets the record stra…
 
Our good friend Audrey joins us as we cover this lace paper airplane of a Brooklyn Nine-Nine episode! After a bit of a confused beginning, Susannah directs everyone towards her favorite Belgian girls choir. Then, prompted by a country song, we question the logic of reviving ghosts, and go on a tangent about stuff in our rooms. Next week, we'll head…
 
The ‘Sterds™ celebrated their 200th episode by inviting previous guests Kim V, Sarah C, and Bartek (with a brief cameo from Clare) to join them in talking about death | Timestamps: 00:00:00 Intro + Reminiscing / 00:17:40 Origin of Idioms / 01:09:02 / 01:41:20 Recommendations | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicar…
 
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