Kaleidotrope Podcast is a queer romantic comedy podcast set on a slightly magical college campus and playing around with romance tropes, particularly fanfiction tropes.<br> <br> The plot centers around Drew and Harrison, two reluctant college radio co-hosts-turned-accidental-advice-givers who find themselves in the middle of the campus’s oldest mystery: Do happy endings really happen at Sidlesmith? Can you really find your trope?<br> <br> And if the magic isn’t real, what does that mean for two polar opposites who find themselves falling for each other twice a week for half an hour on a suddenly popular radio show?
By Kaleidotrope: A Romantic Comedy
Looking at life through a bookish lens, internet-turned-IRL friends, Katie and Mollie, swap stories about the books they're currently loving and the life they're currently living. Grab a cup of tea (or a Moscow Mule) as we chat about the intersection of books, faith, family, friendship, personality, and culture.
By Katie and Mollie
Hong Kong Confidential is a podcast designed to educate and entertain. Jules Hannaford interviews interesting people in Hong Kong about their lives, personal journeys and secrets. Guests share their wisdom, experiences and insights with our audience. Guests include a doula, a dating and relationship coach, community leaders, LGBTQ+ activists, human rights defenders, abuse survivors, psychologists, life coaches, recovered addicts, authors, a fire fighter, a matchmaker, accomplished business women and many more. They all have fascinating stories to share.
By Auscast Network
The Artword Podcast is a series of dynamic interviews with artists, curators and all of the inspiring people Jenny Danielsson find around the world. Each episode focuses around a particular theme. The conversations are edited by Eric Persson.
By The Artword Podcast
The Unstarving Musician features weekly interviews with independent musicians, songwriters, producers, and music industry professionals who share their experience and expertise on recording, touring, marketing, the business of music, and more. This is all intended to help you, the independent DIY music artists create a sustainable and profitable music career.
By Roberto R Hernandez
<p>The Awardist, from Entertainment Weekly, takes you inside this year’s best contenders for the industry’s biggest awards. This Emmy season, join EW’s Editor-in-Chief Henry Goldblatt, along with EW’s Lynette Rice and Kristen Baldwin, as they talk about the TV stars and shows that should (and will) win big this year.</p>
By Entertainment Weekly
April and Tim share their love of movies and each other with their listeners. A pair of movie fanatics, having seen over 3,500 movies together, April and Tim bring their unique perspective and that of their genders to their movie reviews. What started as movie reviews for family and friends has grown in the He Said, She Said Movie Reviews Podcast. Sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
By April K & Tim H - Movie Reviewers