This is a series commentary of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV series. Each podcast is a review on an episode by episode basis of the Buffy series. It provides episode recaps, and discussions centered around the characters, the plot devices, script, cinematography, etc. Like the show it is packed full of comedy, drama and horror.
By Angie and Bryan
"Doctor Who related news, delivered to you sonically!" A podcast with a focus on Doctor Who related news is presented in a format that makes it easy to digest with episodes running anywhere between 10 to 15 minutes in length presented in a witty and fun way. Produced and hosted by Louis Trapani
By Louis Trapani
YandBPodcast (The Young and The Beautiful) is a podcast all about The Young and The Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful soaps. If you enjoy watching these shows as much as we do, then this podcast is for you! Join Nicole and Davetta every Monday for updates, commentary, scene re-enactments and laughs.
By Nicole and Davetta
The Screenwriter is a show that talks about screenwriting and all forms of writing. The show interviews people in the film and tv industry. Join us live every Monday 6PM PST only at www.thefeedradio.com Join our live chat room and ask our guests questions you always wanted to know.
Abonne toi au podcast TFOU et reÃ§ois tous les jours gratuitement les aventures des hÃ©ros de tes dessins animÃ©s prÃ©fÃ©rÃ©s. Retrouve des sÃ©quences des POUETS, des Ã©pisodes de OUF LE PROF, des gags de PAT ET STANLEY et bien d'autres personnages encore de TF1 Jeunesse.
Starting January 9, acclaimed filmmaker David Sutherland, returns to FRONTLINE and PBS with "Country Boys," an epic tale of two boys coming of age in Eastern Kentucky's Appalachian hills. Over three nights, viewers will come to know Cody Perkins and Chris Johnson, classmates at an alternative high school who inhabit the same world yet are light years apart. "Country Boys" traverses the emotional terrain of two boys who are about to become men, documenting their struggles to overcome hardship and poverty and find meaning in their lives. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided by the Park Foundation and through the support of PBS viewers. Additional funding for "County Boys" is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting/PBS Program Challenge Fund, The Island Fund at the New York Community Trust, and The LEF Foundation. Visit FRONTLINE online at http://www.pbs.org/FRONTLINE/