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Podcast: RISK!: Coming Clean
John Ball, Shane Smith and Terri Mintz share true stories about Jobitron of Azeroth, an irresponsible father, and a friend of the friendless.
Podcast: RISK!: The Best Laid Plans
DC Benny, Ria Spencer, and Dylan Patrick share stories about a crazy cruise ship, a college application, and a woman who loved elephants.
Podcast: Reply All: #125 All My Pets
Taylor Nicole Dean was a self-described shut-in, a teenager who lived in her parent's home, surrounded by exotic pets. And then she started making videos on YouTube. Taylor's Youtube Channel
Podcast: Reply All: #121 Pain Funnel
An ambitious plan to help people goes off the rails, and a man from Florida tries to fix things the only way he knows how: with prank phone calls.Further reading:Cat Ferguson's reporting on Google and Rehab (The Verge) - Part ICat Ferguson's reporting on Google and Rehab (The Verge) - Part IIDavid Segal's series on the business around addiction (New York Times)Ryan Hampton's American Fix: Inside the Opioid Addiction CrisisPalm Beach Post's Reporting on the Sober Home Crisis
Let's Make a Music: interest?
I discovered this podcast recently and have fallen in love with it! I thought people here might like it as well, since the style and humor are similar to that of MBMBAM. Every week hosts Brian, Jonah, and Laura request themed song titles on Twitter; during the show they discuss the replies, and then head to the studio to make a song based on their jokes and ideas. [more inside]
Friends at the Table?
I'm a big fan of Friends at the Table and would love to see it become a FanFare series, but I honestly don't know how to handle the previous seasons of the show. Thoughts? [more inside]
Steal the Stars
I'd like to do some podcast posting on"Steal the Stars," but I can't get any of the various podcast links to work enough to start a FanFare post on it. [more inside]
Dirty John podcast
Anyone else interested in discussing the new true-crime podcast Dirty John? [more inside]
I'm loving the new NPR podcast "Rough Translation." The "American Surrogate" episode had me in tears. Anyone else want to chat about it on FanFare?
Podcast: The Greatest Generation: Ep 165: Leotard Conversation (S7E14)
When Beverly's grandma wills her an erotic candle, her eye color isn't the only thing that changes. But Troi and Picard grow increasingly suspicious when she starts dressing like an old. Is this mayor what would happen if the Dark Crystal puppets grew up? Where do babies come from? Was Nagilum an MRA? It's the episode where we come to loggerheads over podcasting fluid.
Podcast: Ear Hustle: Cellies
At San Quentin Prison, the typical cell measures approximately 4' x 9' and contains a bunk bed, toilet, sink, two men, and their six cubic feet of belongings. In our first episode of Ear Hustle, hear stories of negotiating this space and the relationships that come with living in such close quarters. [more inside]
Podcast: Written Inside: Stories About Prison Cells - full series
Written Inside is a podcast about life inside a maximum-security prison cell. Adapted from essays written at Stateville Correctional Center near Chicago, these intimate stories speak to the everyday experience of being incarcerated. Each inmate’s story is voiced by a Chicago actor. Created by journalist Alex Kotlowitz and produced by WBEZ Chicago's Colin McNulty.
Podcast: S-Town: The full-"season" post, for S-Town bingers (and other completists).
Brian Reed's novelistic reportage/show was released in full from the get-go. It's a tightly woven tale, with one chapter flowing into the next - here's where to discuss it as a whole. (Ep 1 thread here, ep 2 thread here.)
Podcast: Thrilling Adventure Hour: The Thrilling Adventure Hour Holiday Funaround 2016
Join us on FanFare for a discussion of the Thrilling Adventure Hour's final episode and 2016 Holiday Special. In this week's thrilling episode, Sparks Nevada literally rides off into the sun (which is now part of Mars due to some very questionable gerrymandering) after helping the barkeep clear up some trouble in his place. Later, Millionaire Jasper Manorlodge once again settles into his hobo alter-ego, Banjo Bindlestuff, to help defend an old friend in Hobo Court (which is nothing like regular court) who stands accused of being the Jerk Who Invented Work. Finally, join us for The Thrilling Adventure Hour's final feature: Beyond Belief. Meet Frank and Saide Doyle: the toast of the upper-crust, headliners on the society pages – and oh yes –
they see ghosts they've invited a group of vampires into their home for a holiday party. [more inside]
Politics Inside Out + Side of Beans?
I've recently been listening to the podcast Politics Inside Out by marketplace. I have been really enjoying the topics brought up for discussion, but the show is super short and often makes me want some follow up thinking and hashing of things. [more inside]
Podcast: TANIS: Episode 212: We Get What We Deserve (Season 2 Wrap Up Thread)
In the Season Two finale, Nic continues to try and find Geoff and decipher the mysteries of both the Poeticon Astronomicon and the Voynich Manuscript, before his meeting with Veronika, Nathanial Carter and whatever mysteries lie at the center of Tanis. (Season 2 Wrap Up Thread)
Podcast: Criminal: Episode 54: Melinda and Clarence
Melinda Dawson found out on the same day in 1998 that her adoptive mother had been killed and that her husband Clarence was being charged with the murder. Clarence was convicted in 1999 and given two life sentences. Left alone with her two sons, no money, and no experience, Melinda set out to try and prove that he was innocent. She started with a suspect list. [more inside]
Podcast: Within the Wires: Season 1, Cassette 8: Awareness, Eyes
Forgiveness is important. [more inside]
Secret Chat Room
I got an email from PJ and Alex of Reply All yesterday: "Hello! We have some exciting news, but we need to be a little secretive... Your favorite podcast co-hosts — PJ & Alex of Reply All (duh!) — have a new show. It's called Secret Chatroom. It's live, it's interactive, and it's monthly. It's an hour long, and it's for Gimlet Members only. That's really all we can say. Trust us, though, you won't want to miss it." [more inside]
Podcast: Within the Wires: Season 1, Cassette 7: Doubt, Head
Cassette #7: Doubt, Head Green Fingers [more inside]
Podcast: Within the Wires: Season 1, Cassette #6: for Oleta
Cassette #6: The Past, The Future [more inside]
Podcast: Within the Wires: Relaxation Cassette #5
Cassette #5: Focus, Nose [more inside]
Podcast: The Black Tapes Podcast: Season 2 of The Black Tapes Podcast
As Season 2 of The Black Tapes comes to a close as Alex, Strand, and even Nic learn that they've been part of the problem all along. [more inside]
Podcast: Archive 81: Season 1 of Archive 81
Finale: Daniel is still missing, but maybe for good reason. One story ends while another, a much larger one, begins again. Since we sort of trailed off with the episode posts, I figured a season-ender might be interesting. [more inside]
Podcast: Within the Wires: Relaxation Cassette #4
Cassette #4: Sadness, Lungs [more inside]
Podcast: Within the Wires: Relaxation Cassette #3
Cassette #3: Insomnia, Feet [more inside]
Interest in "ars PARADOXICA", a sci-fi/mystery serial fiction podcast?
I recently started listening to ars PARADOXICA (via collectallfour's AskMe) and am really enjoying it. Is there any interest in adding it to the FanFare podcast feeds? [more inside]
Podcast: Within the Wires: Relaxation Cassette #2
Anxiety, Stomach: Another relaxation cassette from a world not quite our own. Please find a quiet space to listen to this cassette where you will be alone, away from your security nurse, unit mates, and all distractions. [more inside]
Podcast: Within the Wires: Relaxation Cassette #1
Cassette 1 of 10: Stress, Shoulders Music: Mary Epworth, maryepworth.com Written by Jeffrey Cranor and Janina Matthewson. Performed by Janina Matthewson. Logo by Rob Wilson, robwilsonwork.com Part of the Night Vale Presents network. nightvalepresents.com [more inside]
Podcast: Archive 81: Episode 4: A Collection of Disparate Strangeness
Carlos Rolando finds more than he bargained for during his meditations. Dan encounters a strange new friend. And the collection of Ms. Cassandra Wall is made available for viewing.
Podcast: Archive 81: Episode 3: A Story In Cycles
Jesse talks about being born in the Visser building. Mr. Davenport reassures Dan, but only slightly. And Samuel lectures his congregation regarding cycles, stories, and exploitations.
Podcast: Archive 81: Episode 2: A Night At An Opera
Tanya calls to check in on Dan. Mr. Davenport disapproves of this. And Melody hears an otherworldly opera that speaks to her very soul.
Podcast: Archive 81: Episode 1: A Body In A New Place
"A few weeks ago, my friend Daniel Powell disappeared. Before he vanished, he sent me hours and hours of audio he’d collected while working as an archivist for the HHCNYS. The tapes are… strange. I’m not entirely sure if they’re real or not, but I’m posting them in the hope that someone can tell me what’s happened to Dan." In the spirit of The Black Tapes, Limetown, and The Message comes Archive 81. [more inside]
Podcast: Serial: S02 Episode 11: Present for Duty
What's Bowe's fault, and what isn't? [more inside]
Podcast: Dan Carlin's Hardcore History: Show 57 - Kings of Kings II
From Biblical-era coup conspiracies to the horrific aftermath of ancient combat this second installment of the series on the Kings of Achaemenid Persia goes where only Dan can take it. For better or worse...
Podcast: Serial: S02 Episode 10: Thorny Politics
Are you hearing what I'm hearing?
Podcast: Serial: S01 Update: Day 01, Adnan Syed’s Hearing
Serial is going back to the Adnan Syed case for a few short daily episodes about a new hearing focusing on whether his trial lawyer was negligent. In this first episode, Asia McClain takes the stand.
Podcast: My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 285: Home Alone 0: Blood in the Snow
There's a lot more to the Home Alone series than slapstick home defense and Tim Curry's pronunciation of the word "pizza." Like, a lot more. Some dark stuff, too -- and it all exists within the confines of Justin's pseudo-canonical thriller fiction. Suggested talking points: Great British Fancast, Detergent Cop, Hugs for Drugs, Bye Bye Potter, Mrs. Bakula, Utility Ghost, Prequels
Podcast: Limetown: Answers
APR reporter Lia Haddock receives a disturbing audio file that appears to have been recorded in Limetown during the Panic. Her full interview with the sender of this audio file will be broadcast on Monday December 14. [more inside]
Podcast: Limetown: Episode 6: Cost-Benefit Analysis (Season 1 Finale)
APR reporter Lia Haddock receives the answers she's been seeking in the season one finale of Limetown.
Podcast: The Message: Season 1 - All Episodes
The Message is a new podcast following the weekly reports and interviews from Nicky Tomalin, who is covering the decoding of a message from outer space received 70 years ago. Over the course of 8 episodes we get an inside ear on how a top team of cryptologists attempt to decipher, decode, and understand the alien message. [more inside]
Podcast: Writing Excuses - any interest?
One of the only podcasts I consistently listen to is Writing Excuses, a 15-minute weekly writing instruction podcast with a focus on SF. Is anyone else into it? I know we have a whole bunch of writers on the site, and if people were down it might be a neat way to talk about the writing process and the tips and prompts that they give.
Podcast: WTF with Marc Maron: Episode 617 - Laura Jane Grace
Laura Jane Grace, founder and lead singer of the band Against Me!, tells Marc about her experiences as a trans woman in a punk rock world. Laura tells Marc how she got her start in music, why punk rock was such a natural fit and the many ways her life changed as she transitioned. This episode is sponsored by The Jim Gaffigan Show on TV Land, Casper Mattress and Me Undies. [more inside]
The Thrilling Adventure Hour
Are there many/any listeners to The Thrilling Adventure Hour podcast here? Would there be interest if I started posting TAH episodes on here? If so, should I start with recent episodes or from the beginning? Some of the recent episodes aren't exactly accessible to newcomers, and the show is probably going to be winding down soon, so I'm torn between starting with the most recent episodes; starting from the beginning; or doing a re-listen that follows a single sequential storyline (eg. Sparks Nevada).
Podcast: Criminal: Episode 21: Bloodlines
Julius Robinson had killed for revenge before, and so when his sister was brutally murdered in her sleep last year, he says he planned to "get" the killer. He felt like his family expected him to get revenge, because that's what he'd always done, both in and out of prison. But when he learned that the killer was actually his 17-year-old nephew, he struggled against his family's expectations and his own.<
Podcast: Reply All: #27 The Fever
This week, producer Stephanie Foo talks about her own and other asian women's experience with online dating. [more inside]
Theory of Everything?
I was considering posting ToE's recent two-part series on the growing popularity of French wine in China to the Blue, but I think it would be much better suited to FanFare: people can listen at their own pace, etc. And ToE is a pretty good series in general and would mesh well with the other podcasts already on FanFare.
Podcast: Criminal: Episode 18: 695BGK
Police officer John Edwards was patrolling a quiet neighborhood in Bellaire, Texas when he saw an SUV driven by two young African-American men. It was just before 2am on December 31, 2008. Edwards followed the SUV and ran the license plate number. When his computer indicated that the SUV was stolen, Edwards drew his gun and told the two men to get down on the ground. It wasn't until later that he realized he'd typed the wrong license plate number into his computer. He was off by one digit. By the time he realized his mistake, one of the men had already been shot in the chest at close range. But there's a major difference between this shooting case and so many others that we've heard about recently. This is the story of Robbie Tolan.
Podcast: My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 246: Face 2 Face: Hot Beans
Here's our live show from this past weekend in beautiful Minneapolis! We discussed a lot of important topics, made a lot of really great friends and absolutely, completely fell apart there, towards the end. Suggested talking points: Baby Pants, Two Dad Jokes, Disney Companions, Tim Curry Family Secrets, Live Show Black Hole, Ghost Puke, Beard Auction, Antiques Roadshow Hacks, Hate Pizza, Bad Texter, Food-Skin Jacket, Zayn Replacement
Should we /can we combine the Better Call Saul podcast w/the FF post?
Another oddly-specific BCS question: I'm one of the people who have been referring to the podcast in the regular show threads, but I've been doing so sparingly because it feels kinds of weird to talk about it too much. On the other hand, having a podcast-only discussion seems even weirder. Thoughts? [more inside]