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A Curious & Musical Mother-Daughter Duo

By Rose Reid and Gail Reid

The Bubbly Sesh: A Hallmark Movie Podcast show

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Jacks and Shawl are two comedic actresses and gal pals living in NYC. In The Bubbly Sesh, the ladies will break down feel-good made for TV movies from Hallmark while enjoying a glass of bubbly! These beloved movies are almost addictive to watch, but is this kind of romance actually possible? The gals will explore relationships, love, movie making, and will sesh with Hollywood insiders, comedians, friends and maybe even a Hallstar or two. Games, bubbly and laughter in every episode. New Sesh every week. Facebook/Instagram/Twitter: @thebubblysesh

By Shawlini Manjunath-Holbrook and Jacklyn Collier

The Chong and Chong Show show

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The Chong and Chong Show with Tommy Chong will be a weekly audio podcast from legendary comedian Tommy Chong. Focusing on legal issues and the cultural impact of marijuana, Tommy Chong’s Pot-Cast is an insightful and hilarious look at the world of marijuana focusing on both the impact it has had on culture and comedy.

By SideshowNetwork.tv

Small Town Murder show

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Two comedians look at a small town, what makes it tick, and a murder that took place there. In depth research, horrible tragedy, and the hosts' comedic spin on the whole thing. New episodes every Thursday!!

By True Crime Comedy Team

Consumed show

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Consumed is plateful of colorful conversations with a lively side of food factoids. Man/woman, young/old, pink/green-- All can share a giggle at the Consumed dinner table. So join me, Jenny Brulé as I talk with friends about food, cooking and life every week on Consumed.

By Jenny Brule

Conversations with People Who Hate Me show

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Conversations with People Who Hate Me takes hateful conversations online and turns them into productive conversations offline. As a writer and video maker who focuses on social justice issues, Dylan Marron receives a lot of negative messages on the internet. In this new podcast he calls some of the folks who wrote them to ask one simple question: why? What follows is a complicated and sometimes hilarious navigation of two strangers getting to know each other. Season 1 premieres on July 31, with new episodes released weekly. Produced by Night Vale Presents, the people who brought you Welcome to Night Vale, Alice Isn't Dead, Within the Wires, and The Orbiting Human Circus (of the Air).

By Night Vale Presents

It's Not What You Think show

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Stories from people who make it look easy about times when it wasn't. A production of Middlebury College.

By Middlebury College—MiddCast

It's Rainmaking Time!® show

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It's Rainmaking Time! is an internationally known podcast that showcases breakthroughs in all fields, new and ancient knowledge, innovative discoveries, and compelling stories. Our vision is to provide you with the tools and information you'll need to prepare for global systemic transition. Rather than seeking sound bites or big headlines, we engage guests to get to the heart of the complex issues facing the world today.

By Kim Greenhouse

Other People with Brad Listi show

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Brad Listi is the author of a novel called ATTENTION. DEFICIT. DISORDER. and the founder of The Nervous Breakdown, an online culture magazine and literary community. He also runs TNB Books, an independent press specializing in literary fiction and nonfiction. Here, he offers up in-depth, inappropriate interviews with today's leading authors.

By Brad Listi

Lapham's Quarterly: The Podcast show

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Interviews, readings, and audio ephemera from the editors and contributors of Lapham's Quarterly.

By  Lapham's Quarterly