Long Stories Short explores the art of storytelling, primarily from the points-of-view of writers and actors. It is designed in large part to give these artists a forum in which they can discuss their craft, and share with us, the listeners, the intricacies of creating/performing stories, whilst helping unfold why we all love stories so much.
By Kevin Courtright
Man Bites Media is a podcast company that brings amazing, and fresh content to you weekly. With collaborations from Diversely Geek, Narcotic Casserole, Man Bites Film, House of Phoenix Cosplay and The Nerdy Chap. We discuss movies that are streaming currently weekly every Friday, Mondays we discuss the latest episode of Doctor Who, and as a special event we bring you Retrospectives on older movies and discussions about fandoms. Join us by subscribing and experience a new kind of movie podcast. Listen to us make fun of things, dig deep into the psychological aspects of the movies or compare fandom's to each other.
By Luis Lacau
The Hudsons is a British audio drama series, created by Jamie Dyer. It follows the lives of early 30s married couple Helen and Harry, as they embark on the adventure that is everyday life. The series stars Jamie Dyer and Jane Grandle, with Pete Lutz in the announcer role. This is a SouthWaves Audio production.
By SouthWaves Audio
New York Times bestselling author Chuck Wendig, and Anthony Carboni, another guy, discuss the The Twilight Zone (2019) - AND ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ELSE. You might’ve heard we were also a podcast about Thor Ragnarok or John Wick. We’re not sure why. People say a lot of things. You definitely shouldn’t check the episode archives if you were looking to prove such rumors true. You can tell we aren’t hiding something because we’re telling you specifically that we have nothing to hide.
By Chuck Wendig, Anthony Carboni
Christopher Holliday researches animation history and digital media and King's College London (UK). Alexander Sergeant is a Lecturer in Film and Media Theory at Bournemouth University (UK), specialising in the history and theory of fantasy cinema. Each episode, they look in detail at a film or television show, taking listeners on a journey through the intersection between fantasy cinema and the medium of animation.
By Christopher Holliday and Alexander Sergeant
In New York City where the apartments are small and the walls can be paper thin, you start to know your neighbors on an entirely new level. That can take on a whole scarily new meaning, but in our case we found each other, when we weren’t even looking … or maybe we were?! Both of us were a part of the “no-new friends” club; not that we don’t love meeting new people and getting to know them, but with life, our relationships and work schedules, we both are blessed with amazing friends and who honestly has time to get to know the neighbors? Brittney knew that Bevin was an actress of One Tree Hill fame and an incredible Soul Cycle instructor, and Bevin knew that Brittney was in some form of fashion media by the countless boxes that piled up outside her door. Flash-forward to three years later, and we believe there was a reason we found each other 3 feet across the hall. Sometimes we know when the mood is “not right” and when one of us is down. Sometimes we hear each other fighting with our SO’s. But something was different from neighbors that ignored what went on between those inches of space, in that we were always there for each other. We decided it was only right to turn our weekly conversations about life’s struggles and happiness into our podcast, aptly titled, "Be My Neighbor." Give it a listen – we would love to hear from you about your neighbor stories, life struggles, relationships, fitness regimes, etc. Little or big, nothing is taken for granted here in our safe space.
By Brittney Levine and Bevin Prince
A present day journalist uncovers the audio tapes of a 1950s private eye who cracked the greatest unsolved murder mystery Hollywood has ever known... and didn’t tell a soul. Starring Joe Manganiello, Alfred Molina, Constance Zimmer, Alan Tudyk, Camilla Luddington, Mike Colter, Misha Collins, Khary Payton, Nolan North, and Oliver Vaquer. "Angel Eyes" performed by Desi Dennis-Dylan. Directed by E. Ryan Martz. Written by Oliver Vaquer. Story by E. Ryan Martz, Jason Zumwalt, & Oliver Vaquer. For a full list of Cast & Credits visit <a href="https://angelofvine.com/credits" target="_blank">https://angelofvine.com/credits</a>
By Vox Populi & Forever Dog Podcast Network
What does it mean to be an Asian woman in 2018? Writer Hannah-Rose Yee, blogger Peony Lim and photographer Kit Lee attempt to answer that question as it relates to their varied and shared heritage, and the issues, complexities and absurdities of their lives.
By Three Dumplings