Performing Arts Podcasts
Micah Jones has suffered from night terrors and a particularly unnerving recurring dream for as long as she can remember. With the help of her friends, Devon Williams and Elia Cabral, Micah starts a podcast to explore her dreams and life, with the hope of setting her troubled mind at ease. Everything begins well enough until information surrounding her father’s death and a harrowing experience she had as a teenager seem to connect, causing Micah to think that some of her dreams are not dreams at all, but memories. If you're just joining us, please start from the beginning. Thank you for listening. <a href="howitendspodcast.com" target="_blank"><strong>howitendspodcast.com</strong></a><strong> | </strong><a href="instagram.com/zorroyoso" target="_blank"><strong>instagram.com/zorroyoso</strong></a><strong> | </strong><a href="twitter.com/howitendsstudio" target="_blank"><strong>twitter.com/howitendsstudio</strong></a><br><hr><p style="color: grey; font-size: 0.75em;"> See <a style="color: grey;" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" href="https://acast.com/privacy">acast.com/privacy</a> for privacy and opt-out information.</p>
By How it Ends Studio
Grey's Anatomy has been a show that has provided a great deal of entertainment for Cliff and Stephanie. The first several seasons of this show were rock solid. Seasons five and six gave us some of the best episodes ever for this tv show. However, these same seasons gave us not only some of the worst episodes of Grey's but of television in general. At least that's Cliff's opinion on the matter. Cliff and Stephanie had considered ending this fan podcast mid season six. However, with the outstanding season six finale, they decided they would see what the writers had in store for future seasons. While this is show is no longer produced on a weekly basis, it is possible that Cliff and Stephanie may produce new episodes as the show moves forward.
By Cliff J. Ravenscraft
We invite you to join Raymond Bisha of Naxos, the world's leading classical music label, in exploring the best of today's classical music. New shows will be available each Tuesday (GMT) that explore the latest releases from Naxos and focus on the performers and composers who make our recordings possible.
In the early 1960s, Mal Sharpe and James P. Coyle roamed the streets of San Francisco with a microphone, roping strangers into bizarre schemes and surreal stunts. Today, their humor has become a touchstone for a broad range of comics and personalities from The Upright Citizens Brigade to Henry Rollins to WFMU radio.
Variant Frequencies was a monthly podcast of original fiction. Stories blending gothic horror with space adventure, dark fantasy with sci-fi, recalling the reality-bending vibes of The Twilight Zone, and offering something wholly unique that fits inbetween and outside. Our podcasts are fully produced, including talented voice actors and original music scores. Subscription is free. Entertainment and escapism are guaranteed.
By Rick Stringer
<p>In a noisy online world, the gift of someone’s attention is priceless. Join music producer and songwriter Laura Kidd aka Penfriend as she has the conversations she's always hoped for with the artists she admires the most. Will you be inspired to create something of your own?</p><p>-</p><p>Join Laura for weekly adventures in creativity featuring artist to artist interviews and ask the audience episodes, and visit <a href="http://penfriend.rocks" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">http://penfriend.rocks</a> for podcast extras and musical treats via The Correspondent’s Club.</p><p>Support this show <a target="_blank" rel="payment" href="http://supporter.acast.com/attention-engineer">http://supporter.acast.com/attention-engineer</a>.</p><br><hr><p style="color: grey; font-size: 0.75em;"> See <a style="color: grey;" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" href="https://acast.com/privacy">acast.com/privacy</a> for privacy and opt-out information.</p>