Variety Shows Podcasts
Everything is podcasting. Podcasting is wonderful. Everything is Wonderful. A talk show with guests of the musical and comedic variety. Discussions range from tv and films to science and history (with plenty of oddities in between). Prepare to laugh with this action-packed podcast based out of West Chester, PA.
By Matt Aukamp
Jeremy Tobin and Eric Young have an ongoing discussion in which they covers topics such as Time Travel, Nazis, Communist, Monkeys, Soccer, Comic Books, Genitalia, Jet Packs, and much, much more. Frequently there is swearing. Sometimes there are funny articles. Often there is yelling.
By Jeremy Tobin and Eric Young
An audio series covering the world of television and the people making that world happen. Besides TV news items and commentary, Tomorrow features interviews with network TV executives, show producers/creators, entrepreneurs launching new TV programming and technology, TV critics and pundits. The program runs Monday afternoons from 3-4 p.m. Eastern time/noon-1 p.m. Pacific time over www.nowlive.com.
By Simon Applebaum
What happens when you mix a theme being that of Ghostbusters with elements of a late night talk show? You get…The Cross the Streams Radio The objective of our show is to pull Ghostbuter fans and to share a few laughs along the way. The show is made by Ghostbuster fans, for Ghostbuster fans, as the show deals with anything Ghostbusters related, either it is news about a new film or if it’s remembering the old cartoons, or even about the video games based on the franchise. On the show we say what is on our mind, and with every show there is a table discussion with other enthusiastic Ghostbuster fans from all over the world. However, we do warn you we can occasionally let a swear slip here or there, so please enter at your own risk. Any questions or concerns can be addressed to the following email address: email@example.com
By Brendan Mertens, Matt Prov with Robin Shelby and Ghostbuster Fans
spurn challenges societal mores through mockery. We bring deviant sexual practices to the mainstream. As an Off-Broadway NYC stage production, we have been favorably compared to the Kids in the Hall, Monty Python and the 1969 World\'s Fair. And we have dead clowns. If you cherish your family, respect your elders, and envision a utopian future of brotherhood and understanding, please don\'t watch spurn. After all, if you\'re happy, you\'re not paying attention.