Born amidst salt and smoke... just off the Long Island Expressway... and beneath a bleeding star... The Princes That Were Promised analyze and aggressively discuss the history of Westeros and The Known World. Join John and SeannieWan every week as they share their thoughts and observations for beginners and novices to #GRRM's 'A Song of Ice and Fire,' including analysis of the TV adaptation 'Game of Thrones' and all production news for HBO's Earth-shattering series. Any update to the break-neck speed of #GRRM's writing that trickles from the void is discussed passionately and impatiently. Any fantasy or science-fiction property of Royal interest can also be the topic of Royal conversation. Bend the knee and click on the Subscribe button- Show fealty and review the podcast so others can find it- Send word by raven to friends and family and tell them to check out: The Wardens of Long Island, The Watchers on the Couch, The Lords of Chit-Chat.... The Princes That Were Promised
Casual Loops is a podcast by best-selling science fiction authors Darren Wearmouth and Carl Sinclair. They have fun discussing everything sci-fi, weird, paranormal, and speculative in our world. An occasional bit of food discussion and sports banter is to be expected.
By Carl Sinclair & Darren Wearmouth
<p>In partnership with BroadwayWorld, the internet's largest theatrical website, Broadway producer Oliver Roth presents "The OHenry Report." The show will be a one-of-a-kind look inside the business of Broadway. Through candid conversations with theatre insiders, Roth will pull back the curtain on the biggest stories, issues, and trends in the theatre today.</p><p><br></p><p>With Roth's unique approach to producing, he will discuss how production teams integrate data analytics into their projects, and what that means for their bottomline. Roth also uses trends and historical data to provide some of the most accurate Tony Awards predictions in the business.</p>
By BroadwayWorld & OHenry Productions
It's "This Exonian Life." I'm Nick Song. Each episode, we bring you the stories heard on and around the campus of Phillips Exeter Academy. We believe in the idea that everyone (yes, even you!) has a captivating story to tell. The stories we put out range from interviews with accomplished assembly speakers, to the conversations held in a friend's dorm room in the middle of the night. "This Exonian Life" is unaffiliated with PEA
By Nick Song
I know what you’re thinking, another nerd related podcast… great. We agree, GREAT! If what you’re looking for is a couple of nerds who actually know they’re stuff and have a good time talking about it, you’ve found us. We were here all along! We talk about Movies, Comics, TV, and a lot of other, probably more obscure, nerd related subjects. We like to have fun, and we hope you’ll have fun listening to our ramblings. We’ve got a new episode for you every Monday, so subscribe for a good time! That said, if you don't subscribe you may have a bad time... just a thought.
By The Nerds at NerdChronic
Wowee! is a Melbourne based podcast that hopes to bring together creative communities and promote the sharing of ideas, skills and experiences in a supportive space. In each episode, hosts Penny and Esther grab their conversation shovels and dig it deep with a variety of different local designers, artists and musicians. You'll get to know the person behind the talent - their inspirations, work process and day-to-day life, while touching on their family history, personal struggles and life philosophies. More than just a podcast, Wowee! aims to inspire, encourage and bolster creativity in all its forms. Wowee! is recorded and produced by Jono Gilmour. Thanks to Pappy for providing their song 'Snacks' as our intro music.
By Esther & Penny
Jacky Winter Gives You The Business is a weekly podcast about creative project management and production, and just making things happen in general. The Jacky Winter Group is a creative production and representation studio based in Melbourne, Australia and New York City. What that means is that we represent creatives and connect them with clients who might be seeking their expertise, helping all sides to navigate the pleasures and perils of the applied arts. What originally started as a business conference for artists and fellow creatives, is now being turned around to shine a light on our clients. From art buyers and creative teams, to fellow producers and managers, this podcast is all about offering a glimpse into the work we all do as the bridge between clients and creatives. It's an ongoing exploration of how to wrangle the creative process to achieve excellence, no matter what the medium. Hosted by JW staffers Jeremy Wortsman, Bianca Bramham, and Lara Chan-Baker, JWGYTB will feature weekly discussions of ideas, issues, and insights into the people and processes behind the scenes that make creative projects of all shapes and sizes come to life, with perspectives from both our Melbourne and New York City studios.
By The Jacky Winter Group