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Award Winning Audio Drama from Huron City Radio. Winner of Outstanding Drama Fiction Podcast and Best Writing Script Fiction Podcast, and Nominated for Best Lead Performance in Fiction Podcast at New Jersey WebFest 2021. Tales of wonder, joy and sorrow, as Walter remembers the people and events that shaped him growing up by Lake Huron in the Grey Water Area. Each month triggers memories of times past, when things were different, but people were much the same. Featuring Marty Garavaglia as Wa ...
 
Fascination & Frustration's Ruth and Michelle talk about each Episode of 2008's BBC Merlin. The episodes are spoiler free for future Merlin content, so if it's your first ever watch through, listen along safely! This podcast aims to have critical and positive conversations about this beloved TV show. Keep the magic secret, but come and join the conversation on out website or social media using #DestinyAndChicken
 
Jonny Bentley and Jordan Dover bring you 15 Minutes of Football: a podcast where the most complex of football topics are concisely discussed in 15 minutes or less. The main focus is the Premier League and all teams will be covered over the course of our 4 topics. 15 minutes per-topic. One hour of quality content. Statistical, emotional but, most of all, entertaining!
 
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My Kind Of Weird

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This is My Kind Of Weird. A Podcast where 2 People Swap and Pitch 3 kinds of Media: Something Watchable, Something Readable and Something Listenable. To see if at the end of the Pod each person says, "That's My Kind Of Weird." See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The intelligent Nottingham Forest podcast, 1865 provides a real fan’s eye view of the highs, the lows and the heartbreaks of supporting the two-time European Cup Winners (TM). We provide match reports, news and views, plus special guests, gags and much more, for fans that have never lost that loving feeling. Find us on social media https://linktr.ee/nottm_forest. Part of the FanHub network, putting Fans First: https://fan-hub.com/the-fanhub-app/represent-your-club-and-become-the-top-fan/. Pr ...
 
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The Grey Hole- a spiraling mass of bleak energy that drags everything in its path into terminal despondency- and created by planet Earth! Once transported to Space Central Cosmic Coalition Central Command, Kal is determined to make sure the Mae-Jay is not in a state to use for Objective Grey Hole. But once Dr Stevv has confronted Kal with Holograms…
 
The Grey Hole- a spiraling mass of bleak energy that drags everything in its path into terminal despondency- and created by planet Earth! Back in control of the Mae-Jay, 'Captain' Kal O'Neil has plans to take the Grey Hole Objective way off course before it's even begun. After managing to convince Chief Administrator Quin Tett to come with them to …
 
*Apologies to podcast subscribers using Apple. There was a problem with our feed but hopefully this has now been fixed. This podcast was initially published on Monday 23rd May, and we hope you can still enjoy it before the big day out at Wembley* No-one saw this coming eight months ago - Forest are on their way to Wembley to play in their first eve…
 
The Grey Hole- a spiraling mass of bleak energy that drags everything in its path into terminal despondency- and created by planet Earth! Kal, Peaches and Leif go to rescue the Mae-Jay but find their plans are hardly unpredictable. The Cosmic Coalition and Earth Alliance are still feeling their way after 100 years of non-communication, while Kal's …
 
The Grey Hole- a spiraling mass of bleak energy that drags everything in its path into terminal despondency- and created by planet Earth! It is the year 2368, one hundred years after the Grey Hole brought in the Dismalocalypse, a catastrophe that spread despair across the Seven Cosmoses and resulted in Earth being exiled from the Cosmic Coalition. …
 
A dramatic night at the City Ground, as Sheffield United produced a spirited performance to beat the Reds 2-1 on the night, which meant extra time and eventually penalties. Brennan Johnson emulated his dad by scoring in both legs of a play-off semi final against the Blades, but second half goals from Morgan Gibbs-White and John Fleck meant that it …
 
A scintillating Forest performance saw the Reds carry a slender advantage into Tuesday's home leg. In truth, the away team should have put the match to bed in the first half, with a number of good chances bringing near misses and decent saves from Wes Foderingham (especially the double save from Surridge and Johnson). However, Forest will be deligh…
 
If you're of a nervous disposition, you might want to give this one a miss! A couple of years ago, during the nationwide lockdown, Rich Ferraro, Steven Toplis and the Maradona of the Midlands reviewed Forest's previous play-off campaigns, including the classic but heartbreaking encounters with Sheffield United in 2003. We'll be back with our match …
 
Sheffield United in a two-legged Championship play-off semi-final? Nothing can go wrong there, can it? In our 70th podcast of the season (phew), we review the season just gone, thinking about the Steve Cooper Revolution, and how his tactics and management have made such a huge difference to our team's fortunes; we hear from a Blades fan and discuss…
 
After a sterling run of results throughout April, some Reds fans would say that this has been a disappointing week to end the season, but in the space of 39 games Steve Cooper has turned the Reds around from relegation certainties to a place in the play-offs, where they will face Sheffield United. Rich Ferraro and Tom Newton discuss the performance…
 
The automatic promotion dream came to an end as Bournemouth's second half performance saw them take the points with a late goal from Kieffer Moore, who always scores against Forest. The Reds had some cause to be aggrieved after the linesman's flag wrongly denied them a certain penalty, and Steve Cooper was not impressed when the officials apologise…
 
A thumping victory from the Reds, but it could and should have been more. On a day when Bournemouth remained in pole position, Forest ensured that they were keeping the pressure on for the final automatic promotion place. Sam Surridge's hat-trick was the highlight, with Cyrus Christie's farcical own goal and Alex Mighten's scrambled effort ensuring…
 
After returning from vacation, Anthony welcomes alternative country rocker Ryan Adam Wells to pitch his favourite kind of weird: Ween's track "So Many People in the Neighbourhood" (from Ween's Quebec album). However, Ryan and Anthony spend more time talking about the quirkiness of Quebec which all works out because it then goes head to head with An…
 
An outstanding night for Forest as they battled and fought their way to a clean sheet and an excellent three points away to champions-elect Fulham. Philip Zinckernagel's scrambled goal (with an assist from the gaffer) was enough to secure the points, but that only tells half the story. Steven Toplis and Tom Newton discuss a famous night for Forest,…
 
A narrow win for Forest drew them one step closer to the play-offs but relegated plucky Peterborough United. Sam Surridge's goal just before half-time came after excellent work on the counter-attack from Philip Zinckernagel and Brennan Johnson, and despite the home team's continued efforts, Forest had enough to see the game out. The Maradona of the…
 
A thumping victory for Steve Cooper's Reds, as they bounced back from Good Friday defeat against Luton Town. Forest completely controlled most of the match, and goals from Johnson, Yates, Colback and Surridge grabbed the points. Jack Colback's effort has gone viral as a goal of the season contender, but did he really mean it? The visitors were bad-…
 
The referee and his team took centre stage at Kenilworth Road, as a controversial penalty and some baffling decisions left Steve Cooper furious. Forest had decent chances but Grabban and Zinckernagel will both feel that they should have done better, while Djed Spence's goal was wrongly ruled out for offside (yes, the rules are odd, but that doesn't…
 
Steve Cooper's Mighty Reds ascended to third in the league, albeit in a match overshadowed by a serious-looking injury to visiting keeper Neil Etheridge. Forest took an early lead with Keinan Davis' blasted finish, although that only told part of the story as the build up evoked memories of the Chuckle Brothers and the Isley Brothers. After Etherid…
 
Uncle Walter's Year of Wonder. Near Lake Huron, in the Grey Water Area, Uncle Water recalls growing up in the 70's, before computers, before unsocial media, and before people forgot what was important. April, a time of rain, of Spring, of looking forward to growth and new beginnings. And Walter has the potential of a new friend ship with Jack Brody…
 
Uncle Walter's Year of Wonder. Near Lake Huron, in the Grey Water Area, Uncle Water recalls growing up in the 70's, before computers, before unsocial media, and before people forgot what was important. April, a time of rain, of Spring, of looking forward to growth and new beginnings. And Walter has the potential of a new friend ship with Jack Brody…
 
Another hard-fought victory from the Reds, perhaps lacking in style and panache but making up for that with grit and determination, against a decent Coventry team and a baffling referee. After the match, Steve Cooper claimed that he wasn't aware that this win put Forest in the play-off places! However, he did comment on the need to keep up the mome…
 
A real statement victory from the Reds, as they were ruthless in the first half against a Blackpool team who will have had their own play-off ambitions. An early deflected effort by Philip Zinckernagel was added to by two brilliantly taken goals from man-of-the-moment Brennan Johnson. We also have kind words to say about the whole team, but there i…
 
Website - Tumblr - Twitter In this episode we recommend some of our favourite Merlin fanfic set post The Diamond of the Day - Part 2. (and some others, because Michelle is bad at sticking to theme!) Find the list HERE. Please remember to leave kudos and comments for anything you read and like. Fanfic writers are the backbone of fandom.…
 
As we get to the business end of the season, Rich Ferraro is joined by Steven Toplis, Tom Newton and Baz to reflect on Forest's current prospects. In the wake of good league form and after an unfortunate cup exit, do Steve Cooper's squad have enough physical and mental resources to gain a top six finish (or better)? Also this month, we talk about t…
 
Back on the regular fortnightly schedule, My Kind of Weird welcomes UK creator of Diary of the Astro-Nudes, Ahmed Raafat, into the world of weird. In which HBO's bleak sci-fi series Raised by Wolves is matched up against Netflix's strange and bizarre Brand New Cherry Flavour. Then we find out which is better: X-Statix or Generation X? Before we fin…
 
Gutted but proud, Steve Cooper's Reds gave Liverpool a run for their money and could have snatched a result. In the tightest quarter-final of the weekend, Forest had enough chances to win this but were thwarted by a well-taken goal by Diogo Jota, just after Philip Zinckernagel should have put the Reds in the lead. Jota probably was onside, and the …
 
You might have noticed that there is a match on Sunday! Although the league is surely Forest's priority, most Reds fans are looking forward to pitting their wits against one of the best teams in the country. Recorded just after Forest's victory against QPR, Rich Ferraro and Tom Newton look forward to the game, discussing the importance of momentum,…
 
A blistering comeback from Forest was kickstarted by a thunderbastard from Djed Spence, as Forest eventually stteamrollered a stubborn and niggly QPR side. In a match that was another great advert for the Championship, despite a torrential downpour and a soggy pitch, Forest showed their ability throughout, but it was the visitors who took the lead …
 
Two goals from Keinan Davis set Forest on their way to an emphatic victory against relegation-threatened Reading. The Reds couldn't have made a better start, with Joe Worrall's throughball, Djed Spence's cross and Davis' turn and finish putting the home team in the lead after just 17 seconds! However, the rest of the first half was flat at best, wi…
 
In another televised match that will get casual football fans wanting to watch the Championship, Forest progressed to the quarter finals of the FA Cup at the expense of play-off rivals Huddersfield. After a strong start, Sam Surridge scored a brilliant goal which was wrongly disallowed for offside, and there were echoes of the league match against …
 
After an 8 month hiatus (who do you think you are, you're not in a f***ing band), My Kind of Weird is back. On this episode we welcome Morbid Sheep Comics owner, Tim Burden, into the chair to give his weirdness a pitch. Aeon Flux takes on Alien, the darkness of Al Columbia's Biological Show in all its weirdness somehow matches up against the suicid…
 
This was a great advert for The Championship, as Ryan Yates' stoppage-time goal rescued a point for the Reds, who had trailed to Billy Sharp's 70th minute header. In truth, Forest should have wrapped it up before the Blades scored, with decent chances for Davis, Zinckernagel and Cook; Brennan Johnson will also go back to practising penalties at the…
 
1865: The Nottingham Forest Podcast is proud to partner with FanHub and The Terrace. After an up-and-down few weeks at The City Ground, with outstanding victories against the likes of Derby, Blackburn and Leicester in the cup, but a disappointing defeat at Cardiff and a lacklustre display away to Preston, before the Reds got back on track against B…
 
1865: The Nottingham Forest Podcast is proud to partner with FanHub and The Terrace. After a little bit of a grind in the midweek draw at Preston, Forest were back on form against a Bristol City side who would have been grateful to only lose by two goals. A first half shot by Brennan Johnson and a second half effort by Jimmy Garner saw the Reds tak…
 
1865: The Nottingham Forest Podcast is proud to partner with FanHub and The Terrace. It was hardly a vintage match and it was definitely not a great performance from the Reds, as apart from a bright opening, they were outplayed by a high-pressing Preston team. Forest were struggling to make their game work and, apart from a penalty shout in the fir…
 
Journey Home Todd and Jodie are driving home from a tense night at Jodie's parents house where her Mother again brought up her ex-husband Matthew as someone who Joie was much more suited to. When their car inexplicably stops while driving through some woods, Jodie is scared, as this route was one that no one ever takes due to the stories of people …
 
The Midnite Hour-Episode 12 - Water Like our show? Support Tom! Buy Tom A Coffee! An hour of entertainment from Huron City and The Grey Water area. Music comes from Ally Evenson. This week's phone in is all about Bucket Lists! "Bucket bucket bucket lists! That's right! What's on your list? That's what our listeners are apparently desperate to hear …
 
The Midnite Hour-Episode 12 - Water Like our show? Support Tom! Buy Tom A Coffee! An hour of entertainment from Huron City and The Grey Water area. Music comes from Ally Evenson and the drama is 'Journey Home' This week's phone in is all about Bucket Lists! "Bucket bucket bucket lists! That's right! What's on your list? That's what our listeners ar…
 
The Midnite Hour-Episode 12 - Water Like our show? Support Tom! Buy Tom A Coffee! An hour of entertainment from Huron City and The Grey Water area. Music comes from Ally Evenson and the drama is 'Journey Home' This week's phone in is all about Bucket Lists! "Bucket bucket bucket lists! That's right! What's on your list? That's what our listeners ar…
 
1865: The Nottingham Forest Podcast is proud to partner with FanHub and The Terrace. We predicted that this would be a tough match against an in-form Stoke team, and so it proved. Forest were second best in the first half, but held on, and actually took the lead before the hour mark when sub Sam Surridge played a ball out to the left wing, and Max …
 
1865: The Nottingham Forest Podcast is proud to partner with FanHub and The Terrace. Another enjoyable away day sees Forest move into the Championship playoff places for the first time this season, continuing the remarkable turnaround Steve Cooper has masterminded since arriving at The City Ground. A first-half goal from James Garner and a penalty …
 
1865: The Nottingham Forest Podcast is proud to partner with FanHub and The Terrace. An extended match report on a special day at the City Ground as a first-half salvo saw the Reds blitz Premier League Leicester and progress to the Fifth Round of the FA Cup. Goals from Zinckernagel, Johnson, Worrall and Spence gave the home team a comfortable cushi…
 
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