Variety Shows Podcasts
Rosedrop Media Circus is the first Northwest podcast regularly recorded live in a nightclub with guests and audience each week featuring Portland musicians, writers, actors, commentators, and performing artists. This means that someone can see the show being recorded and has somewhere to go to experience it and participate in a comfortable and familiar real-world way. Most podcasts are done in studios so the only way to hear it is to subscribe. Some folks have no computer, dialup speed, or donâ€™t want to download new software. Others just prefer the live setting. We are live and virtual.
By Dan Linn
The world according to some young Filipinos who are trying to make $$$ in AmeriKKKa and move back to the Philippines. Hosted by 2 chicks and a dude. Pinoy, Filipino, Fil-Am, Asian, AZN - whatever! The show is nothing but talking sh!t, surfing the web, politics, sex, and making ourselves laugh. PS: Contact us at 206-666-CUNT(2868), via Yahoo IM putanginamoshow, or email@example.com. Voicemails may be featured on the show. English or Tagalog.
By Chica | Obet | Dre
The Real Deadwood Podcast, hosted by Paul Dennis is a variety show from the real Deadwood in the Black Hills of South Dakota for fans of the award-winning HBO Deadwood series combining news, interviews and entertainment from both Deadwoods.
By Paul Dennis
A faithful-but-informal voice bringing music and interviews of interest to Latter-day Saints (Mormons / Mormon / LDS) and their friends worldwide. Steven Kapp Perry brings you the unique voices of authors, artists, musicians, scholars, and fellow Saints. Pull up a chair and join us for The Cricket & Seagull Fireside Chat!
By Steven Kapp Perry
A feedback friendly audio blog of an ex-Mormon, M2F (male-to-female) transexual living in beautiful Portland, Oregon. I talk about my life (duh, it's an audio blog) and rant about a wide range of issues that include sports, politics, religion, news, culture and yes.. I also talk about transgender issues. This is a podcast that might make you laugh, cry and scream while playing a good dose of podsafe music.
By Rebecca Nay