Here’s a dude who’s spent his entire life talking to little guys on his knee, but now he’s chatting with some amazing folks he can’t actually stuff in a box. Guests are from all walks of life, and they’ve become masters at their chosen profession, each with their own 10,000 hours of experience and a lifetime of dedication to whatever they do. The person may or may not be famous, but you’ll find out what drives them, but also what they did when they almost didn’t “make it.” Hear about the times they had true doubts, or when life threw curveballs and they had to push back and persevere. In addition, at the end of each episode you’ll hear from at least one of the guys out of Jeff’s suitcase introducing a live performance segment from a show on the road. Listen now!
Guests are from all walks of life, and they’ve become masters at their chosen profession, each with their own 10,000 hours of experience and a lifetime of dedication to whatever they do. The person may or may not be famous, but you’ll find out what drives them, but also what they did when they al...
After 15 years car podcast Gareth Jones On Speed is still punching well above its weight. Regularly at No1 in the UK iTunes Store charts, this renegade podcast began in 2005 as a bit of fun for TV presenter Gareth Jones (AKA Gaz Top) however its ongoing success means the show is now firmly part of the new media establishment. Covering all aspects of the car world: road and race, it mixes comment and interviews with comedy and music to strike an informative yet irreverent tone. The programme has recorded over of five million downloads to date. Presented by: Gareth Jones: Ex ITV’s How2, BBC1’s Tomorrow’s World and a long-time car nut. Richard Porter: Top Gear & Grand Tour script editor and the founder of sniffpetrol.com Zog: Space guru and electronic music boffin, the enigmatic, hyper-pedantic “sensible one”. Sara Leech: Ambitious, young glamourous Australian sports presenter.
You don't need to sit around the radio any longer to listen to radio programs. Now a days you can put in ear plugs and listen via your cell phones, or iPods. I just want to share some of my favorite OTR programs that I personally enjoy listening too. You will find comedy, drama, new casts and a host of other programs that our grandparents listened too. ---- Check out the tumblr page. Here you will find longer details of my ideas of programing blocks that I'm going to plan on doing. You will also be able to send me messages. ----
Anyone whom loves Old Time Radio. Anyone whom is a fan of Orson Wells, Jack Benny, Fred Allen, Burns & Allen, CBS Radio Mystery Theater, Boston Blackie, Our Brooks, and a host of great old time radio programs back in the golden area of the radio.
LifeUpEducationTV is a comedy & education show that talks about advancing the possibility and capability of humanity as a whole from the perspective of arts and science.
At LifeUpEducationTV, we believe that art is the foundation of humanity and art is what the humanity exists on. In this thinking, Future is inward, not outward, because future is about possibility. Possibility is about challenging the limit of current state of knowledge in another words, our history, data, experience, & common sense. We are not inspired by data, knowledge & history. We are inspired by future and possibility. We recognize the value of knowledge and intelligence from experience, but we don't allow them to be our limiting beliefs to tell us how much we can achieve as human & destroy our creative and dreamer selves.
Brian Luff and Georgina Sowerby have been writing and performing together for over 15 years and have presented some of the UK’s most critically acclaimed podcasts. Over 11 million downloads on Apple Podcasts. B&G have been runners up in the European Podcast Awards and have presented breakfast shows at Coast 96.3 FM and at 102.8 Chorley FM. Their autobiography is called Sex Tips for Pandas. Season 19 of The Sowerby & Luff Show started in March 2020.
A 'comedy' podcast hosted by bronze-award winning, British nobodies, Isaac BD and Declan Dillane.
It's conversational, and loosely held together by discussion of things we consider to be 'a shame' which, so far, have ranged from bad Edinburgh Fringe stand-up to this one racist guy we found on Twitter in 2014.
We're looking for guests who have strong opinions about, usually, fairly trivial things to be part of our episode-ending feature.
The idea is simple (so simple, in fact, that it’s effectively stolen/borrowed from Room 101). Essentially, given that the basic premise of our show is to discuss th...
"If you have a podcast, have ever wondered if you should have a podcast, or are ready to start a podcast, this book is a MUST READ. You'll get approachable and accessible content that will help you map the path for your show and guide you step-by-step through everything you need to make your show a success." Review by Dr. Michael Hudson.