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  • PODCAST: Shock Collar Question of the Day (11/8/18)
  • Ebro in the Morning - TGIF & Hasan Minhaj (Full Show 11-9-18)
  • 11/9/18 - The Glenn Beck Program - Hour 3
    The Glenn Beck Program

    America Lacking?...Empathy...there's a little truth from every side...we must find ways to come together...moral foundations from both the Left and Right...they only have 3 in common? ...Louis Farrakhan killed Malcolm X?...the fear of being peed on? ...'Addicted To Outrage'...why Samantha Bee, chapter? ...No one at CNN is going to tell Acosta to stop ...Fighting fairly going forward?...Respect and true kindness...we can learn a lot about how we treat dogs?

  • PB 180: Classic Head Stink
    Psychobabble Tyler Oakley

    The boys REALLY get into it this week. They discuss Tyler’s case of "classic head stink," what they think of Robyn and Ariana’s new albums, and whether or not "The Good Place" is even worth watching. Listen to find out their thoughts!

  • #338 — Chris Pine & David Mackenzie, Tim Blake Nelson
    The Empire Film Podcast

    Chris Pine goes all Scottish in this week's Outlaw King, the story of Robert The Bruce, and in this week's episode he, and the film's director, David Mackenzie, talk to Helen O'Hara about making their film in the shadow of Braveheart, and more. Also, Tim Blake Nelson talks to John Nugent about working with the Coen Brothers on The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs, almost two decades after first hooking up with them (professionally speaking, of course) on O Brother, Where Art Thou? Then, in the podbooth, Chris Hewitt is joined by Helen and Ben Travis for a jam-packed edition in which they discuss the films of the newly-minted Dame Emma Thompson, tackle the week's news including a spoilerific look at developments in The Walking Dead (00:37:31 - 00:42:49), and review seemingly EVERY FILM EVER MADE, including Steve McQueen's Widows and Peter Jackson's They Shall Not Grow Old. Have at it!

  • Podcast #209 - Reading Our Numerology
    Jenna & Julien Podcast

    To get your free deliveries, download Postmates today and use code ‘JENNAJULIEN’ Listen to us on SPOTIFY: Subscribe to this channel for new podcasts EVERY MONDAY We're also live on Twitch every week Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri: We are on iTunes: SoundCloud: Welcome to the Jenna & Julien Podcast where we talk about all the things. If you are looking for your everyday, normal, by the book podcast, then you're in the wrong place. We created this because we tend to have awesome, random, and sometimes drunk conversations that we realized had to be shared with the lovely internet world. So here we are. You can follow us on all the things: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube: Jenna: IG: TW: YT: 2nd Chanel: Julien: IG: TW: YT:

  • Ebro in the Morning - Rick Ross Fathers Billion + Craziest Names and Tru Life
  • Ep. 192 - Ryan Cashman
    The Collective Podcast

    Creative technologist? CGI artist? Designer? Wizard? Jack-of-all-trades Ryan Cashman joins us this week to discuss all of the various roles he finds himself filling in the industry, reminiscing about past projects we’ve worked on together, how becoming a dad has changed his perspective on the work/life balance, and what he’s looking forward to in the future. GUEST LINKS: Ryan’s Website: Ryan’s Vimeo: Ryan’s Twitter: Ryan’s HUD Animation Course: ------------------------------ Subscribe on iTunes: Subscribe via RSS: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: ------------------------------ SHOW NOTES: Kevin Joelson: SideFX Houdini: Assassin’s Creed: The Third & The Seventh: Snowtown Murders: Total Recall: Franck Deron: Dark Crystal: Another World (Video Game): Bill Watterson: Serjan’s Intelligence Project: Reuben Wu: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are solely those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers.

  • PODCAST: New Varsity Sports
  • 11/8/18 - The Glenn Beck Program - Hour 1
    The Glenn Beck Program

    Immigration Wins the day?...the 2018 voters 2nd most Important Issue (behind healthcare)...meanwhile the Left blame 'climate change' for the migrant caravans ...Glenn School of 'parenting 101'?...Jim Acosta vs. President Trump...the 'play-by play'...Child vs. Child...Definition: Invasion?...Did Jim Acosta 'accost' a woman?...Shame on CNN, 'they should fire Acosta'...Journalists like Acosta who seek fame and fortune = grand standers 

  • The Midnight Chat Attack (11/10/2018)
    Double Toasted

    The Midnight Chat Attack (11/10/2018) - Oh #WhatATimeToBeAlive folks! Today we are talking about #Disney and their new #servicestreamingvideo platform called #DisneyPlus! We will be talking about whether or not they'll bring #IronFist or #LukeCage back to the fore front on this new platform, and what they may be doing with #StarWars! That's not all though! We also got some #Reviews for y'all tonight's #Entertainment! We discuss the movie that premiered at #Cannes2018 and we are wondering if this is going to be a bunch of #Cannes of s**t! We're reviewing #BlacKkKlansman starring #JohnDavidWashington and #AdamDriver! It's no #news that #SpikeLee directed the film but we are going to see if the #Tomatometer was right about this film on tonight's #podcast. Lastly but not least, we are ignoring the bad horror films of this year like #TheNun and the recently released #thegrinchmovie and instead talkin' about #Overlord! It's considered #fresh but is this as fresh as the #overlord_anime? Hopefully this film is entertaining enough for us not to go and watch some #anime! We have all of this and more on tonight's show so join us and tell us whatcha' think! FOLLOW US ON OUR SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS!

  • Battle of the Branches: November 12, 2018
    Wally Show Podcast

    TWS News 1: California Fires - 00:19 # Your Weekend - 3:46 Monday School: Posture Principles - 11:00 TWS News 2: Mood Rooms - 13:41 5 Calls Calls It: Communion Pills - 16:46 TWS News 3: 91 Year Old's Threat - 23:30 Battle of the Branches - 27:02 Candace Cameron's California Fire Post - 33:37 Least of These: New Grinch Theme - 36:54 3 Strikes Game: Every Day Stressors - 40:29

  • 11/7/18 - The Glenn Beck Program - Hour 1
    The Glenn Beck Program

    Everyone stay calm...but not gracious? was not an 'optical' night for either side...the Best night for Texas Democrats in a generation (turning purplish)...Media Shock and Awe?...More 'Trumpy' caucus...'big heartbreaks'...'not a blue wave'...'maybe it's a red wave'...Romney Republicans went for the Democrats...'the Left are trapped' going forward to 2020?...War within the Democrat Party...Middle American Democrat = Extinct...the Democrat Socialists are not going anywhere...the Left is about to get nastier...Target 2020: getting rid of the electoral college ...Pat Gray's prayers have come true?...Trump trade war is going to kill the economy, IF it continues ...fearing Google's influence on 

  • Episode 177: Kids at the Pool
    RuPaul: What's the Tee?

    n this episode Ru and Michelle discuss Hector & Delta’s Emmy win, Chess, Sir Tim Rice, Andrew Lloyd Webber, EGOT, Michelle’s typing award, partying at Simon Cowell’s house, Babyface, Thandie Newton, the writer’s room, and Jaime. This episode is sponsored by Blue Apron, Talkspace, and Ziprecruiter.

    Double Toasted

    SAMMY AIN’T SEEN SHIT!!! | THE GRINCH 1966 and 2000 In honor of Illumination’s The Grinch, Sammy and Chris do a special DOUBLE episode featuring Chuck Jones and Boris Karloff’s 1966 TV Special, “Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas!” as well as Ron Howard’s and Jim Carrey’s 2000 live action remake! Is Sammy a mean one, Mr. Grinch? Will Chris choose the seasick crocodile?! FIND OUT TONIGHT! For more funny videos, head on over to for funny movie reviews, movie trailer reactions of official trailers of 2018 and 2019 live streamed for your viewing pleasure all throughout the week!

  • Ebro in the Morning - Breaking Down The Good, Bad, & Ugly of Election 2018
  • The Ryan Tubridy Show | Jim Daly
    RTÉ Radio 1
  • PODCAST: Shock Collar Question of the Day (11/7/18)
  • Spécial - John Carpenter

    Cinéaste à forte personnalité, individualiste et un tantinet misanthrope, Big John Carpenter a acquis, en 2018, le statut d'auteur incontournable. Pourtant, ça n’a pas toujours été le cas. Si les remakes de ses films cultes se multiplient avec plus ou moins de succès - en témoigne la très moyenne suite d’Halloween que vient de signer David Gordon Green - les orignaux n’ont pas toujours fait l’unanimité à leur sortie. Malgré une relation compliqué avec le public et les critiques, le réalisateur “à contre courant” est tout de même devenu une référence pour toute une nouvelle génération de réalisateurs. Des films de David Robert Mitchell à ceux de Quentin Tarantino, on retrouve distillé dans le cinéma contemporain ce qui fait le sel de Carpenter : une certaine méfiance vis-à-vis du genre humain, un goût pour le minimalisme d’une terrible efficacité et juste ce qu'il faut de paranoïa pour entrer en résonance avec nos peurs les plus enfouies. Animé par Thomas Rozec avec Perrine Quennesson, Alexandre Hervaud, David Honnorat, Stéphane Moïssakis. RÉFÉRENCES CITÉES DANS L’ÉMISSION Halloween (David Gordon Green, 2018), Fog (John Carpenter, 2018), Le prince des ténèbres (John Carpenter, 1987), New York 1997 (John Carpenter, 1981), Invasion Los Angeles (John Carpenter, 1983), Les Aventures de Jack Burton dans les griffes du Mandarin (John Carpenter, 1986), Dark Star (John Carpenter, 1974), The Ward (John Carpenter, 2011), Ghosts of Mars (John Carpenter, 2001), The Thing (John Carpenter, 1982), Le Village des damnés (John Carpenter, 1995), The Rock, Assaut (John Carpenter, 1976), Los Angeles 2013 (John Carpenter, 1996), Samuel Augustus Maverick, Stanley Kubrick, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas , Brian de Palma, Big Trouble in Little China (John Carpenter, 1986), It follows (David Robert Mitchell, 2014), Green Room (Jeremy Saulnier, 2015), The House of the Devil (Ti West, 2009), James De Monaco, The Hateful Eight (Quentin Tarantino, 2016), Kurt Russell, Reservoir Dogs (Quentin Tarantino, 1992), Rio Bravo (Howard Hawks, 1959), Le Voyeur (Michael Powell, 1960), E.T. (Steven Spielberg, 1982), Starman (John Carpenter, 1984), Incassable (M. Night Shyamalan, 2000), Psychose (Alfred Hitchcock, 1960), Jamie Lee Curtis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terminator (James Cameron, 1985), Westworld (HBO, 2016), Scarface (Brian De Palma, 1984), Wall Street (Oliver Stone, 1987), Clint Eastwood, Meurtre au 43ème étage (John Carpenter, 1978), Adrienne Barbeau, Tobe Hooper, George Andrew Romero, Dario Argento, La Course au jouet (Brian Levant, 1996), Stephen King CRÉDITS Enregistré le 26 octobre 2018 à l’Antenne (Paris 11eme). Réalisation : Jules Jellaoui. Chargée de production : Juliette Livartowski. Chargée d’édition : Adélaïde Desnoë. Direction de production : Joël Ronez. Direction de la rédaction : David Carzon. Direction générale : Gabrielle Boeri-Charles. Générique : « Soupir Articulé », Abstrackt Keal Agram (Tanguy Destable et Lionel Pierres). Production : Binge Audio.

  • Everynody Wants Change

    Whats up everyone! Back at it this week with another hilarious but informative podcast. We touched on the wild files here in california, Duke and their super team(which Rome really doesn't like), penis enlargement surgery and much more. Make sure to like, share, and subscribe to our podcast! Thanks for listening! NEW MERCH!