Performing Arts Podcasts
Jack Webb's Dragnet was a pioneering police The description you're about to read is true...In March, 2007, Adam Graham began his journey through all existing episodes of the Dragnet radio show and has been going ever since. Each week he serves up a new episode served along with listener feedback and idiosyncratic every man commentary. Also, every month a public domain episode of the 1950s Dragnet TV show is posted.
By Adam Graham
We Don't Have Cookies is an entertainment/comedy podcast that comes out twice a week hosted by radio personality and occasional comedian Jason Marshall. The Monday episodes are Jason talking to comedians and friends about strange news stories and life in general with guest segments from people around the world. The Thursday episodes Jason and his guest talk about strange news stories, etc but the show is typically shorter with no segments. Subscribe today, join the community and tell your friends!
By Jason Marshall
Every episode Kevin or Steve will present a band that remains a mystery until after the 1st song. We want to remove any preconceived thoughts the other may have for the band, and just listen to the music for what it is. Join us every week as we listen to a new band, and you may just discover your new favorite band!
By Music Crush Monday
Around the Wood Stove is a production of the Wood Stove House in Lancaster, PA hosted by Jason Mundok. Each episode showcases local, regional, or national musicians or performing artists and includes interviews and music. We also produce a house concert series featuring acts that appear on the podcast.
By Jason Mundok
On Phemale-Centrics we discuss all things Phish from a woman's point of view. Join us as we interview Phish's community members, play games like "Market Price" and discuss the latest goings on in the Phish scene, both on-line and on Lot! Your host is Dawneebee! Co-hosts are a rotating cast of her phriends including Jillian, Kristie, Merry, Baker & Lauren and her husband Jason "Snakey".
Spark is about San Francisco Bay Area artists and arts organizations -- it is a weekly television show on KQED 9, an educational outreach program and a Web site at www.kqed.org/spark. The Spark Podcast includes segments from the show and is released weekly.
By KQED Spark
Pixie is a serialized story for all ages about a sad and lonely demon whose desire to create beautiful pictures angers her father Louie (who just happens to be the Price of Darkness). Accompanied by her best friend, a bat named Waine, Pixie searches for a way out of her evil father’s kingdom before he can forever crush her dreams and force her to become the kind of demon she doesn’t want to be.
By Rick Coste Productions
The eponymous character is a masked Texas Ranger in the American Old West, originally played by Paul Halliwell, who gallops about righting injustices with the aid of his clever, laconic Indian sidekick, Tonto. Departing on his white horse Silver, the Ranger would famously say “Hi-yo, Silver, away!” as the horse galloped toward the setting sun.
By Andrew Rhynes