Arts Podcasts

Say Hello To Black Jack show

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Saitou Eijirou was an 'elite'; a top student from a prestigious Japanese Medical University. But he's trading in his textbooks for tongue depressors, and committing to his new job as intern at the University Hospital. The long stress-filled hours take their toll while his medical ideology strains under the weight of real-world practice. Saito wants to do good, but he's beset by an entrenched and sometimes corrupt medical system. If he wants to save lives, Saito must make compromises. But if he sacrifices his ethical standards to do right, then what kind of doctor is he?

By Shūhō Satō, John-Michael Gariepy

The Others show

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When Aaron Winchell's plane crashes into the ocean, he is washed on a small island in the Pacific. Winchell is the only survivor of the wreck, other than an old-timey voice recorder. In an attempt to keep a level of sanity, the man of mystery begins to record journalistic summaries of his stint on the island. It is his way to fight of the loneliness. ...Except he isn’t alone. The longer Aaron is on the island, the more mysteries he unlocks. Why does he feel like he is being watched? Who are the shadowy humanoid figures he continues to see lurking in the trees? What dark secrets does the island conceal? And the biggest mystery of all--how does Aaron Winchell fit into all of it?

By Jesse Haynes: Science Fiction Novelist

Mitch in the Morning show

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Mitch Levy talks with the Biggest Names in Sports from Golf to Football to College Basketball and EVERYTHING in between, right here in the Porcello Podcast Center

By 950 KJR

Write Songs, You Idiot show

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By Jon Rogers

Book Cougars Podcast - Book Cougars Podcast show

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Chris and Emily discuss books and literary adventures

By Chris Wolak and Emily Fine

Out of the Blocks show

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Out of the Blocks is a uniquely immersive listening experience that emerges from a mosaic of voices and soundscapes on the streets of Baltimore. A custom-tailored score colors and connects this tapestry of stories hidden in plain sight.

By Aaron Henkin

Paper Team show

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Paper Team is a weekly podcast about television writing, becoming a TV writer, and everything in between. Hosted by Alex Freedman (@TVCalling) and Nick Watson (@_njwatson), every episode alternates between topics on the screenwriting craft (pilots, specs, story, character, etc.), and discussions about the TV business itself (breaking in, representation, networking, staffing, etc.). This is a podcast for anyone working their way into the entertainment industry, and everyone passionate about television.

By Alex Freedman & Nick Watson

The Show Podcasts show

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The Show Podcasts

By The Show Rock 105.3

So You Want to be a Photographer Podcast - How to transform your skills and build a profitable photography business show

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Leading celebrity and portrait photographer Gina Milicia discusses how to get the most out of your photography, including all the gear and gadgets you need. She chats to photography enthusiast Valerie Khoo on how to pose people, scout the best locations, and more. Useful tips, practical advice – and even some gossip – to help you get ahead, behind the lens!

By Gina Milicia and Valerie Khoo

Fear(ful)less: Filmmaking from the Edge show

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Fear(ful)less: Filmmaking from the Edge is a weekly window into the successes, failures, and adventures of an independent filmmaker. Every week, award-winning writer, actress, producer Naomi McDougall Jones busts the myth of the “overnight success” by pulling back the curtain on her real struggles, real wins, and real conversations as she makes her movies, attempts to crack the nuts and bolts of breaking through, and, ideally, takes down the patriarchy in the process.

By Naomi McDougall Jones