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Podcast Prowler: Random Tapes, Quit It and the land of cover versions

On this lazy Sunday afternoon I’m listening to some new podcasts that I want to pass along to Radio Survivor readers. Random Tape I read Los Angeles magazine article about Dave Weinberg’s podcast that shares found home-recorded cassettes acquired at thrift stores, rummage sales and flea markets. As a fan of found ephemera I dived […]

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Fogelnest

Podcast Survivor: The Fogelnest Files

Podcast Review: The Fogelnest Files Rating: 4.5 / 5 The Fogelnest Files, housed on the Earwolf podcast network, seeks to unearth and rediscover the enjoyable and cringe-inducing cultural detritus of the cable television and early internet era. Hosted and curated by Jake Fogelnest, former teen talk show host of MTV’s Squirt TV, current Sirius/XM DJ, […]

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Seth Godin's Startup School

Podcast Survivor: Seth Godin’s Startup School #1

Podcast Review: Seth Godin’s Startup School #1 – Freelancer or Entrepreneur? Rating: 3.5 / 5 I found this podcast by reviewing the iTunes Store’s “new and noteworthy” section in the Podcast app on my iPhone. I just downloaded and started using the app this week, and was hoping to find something fresh to get me […]

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WTF with Marc Maron

Podcast Survivor: WTF #322 – Phunny Business

Podcast review: WTF #322 – Phunny Business Rating: 5/5 On episode 322 host/producer Marc Maron examines the story of Chicago’s All Jokes Aside, which he calls “the nation’s first major black comedy club.” In one interview he talks with documentary filmmaker John Davies who produced the film Phunny Business about the club along side comedian […]

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Did Ralph the Talking Computer do a Mike Daisey on Harry Shearer?

Following a monologue on the latest developments in Afghanistan and Iran, Harry Shearer had his semi-regular guest, Ralph the Talking Computer, on the March 25 edition of his podcast: Le Show.  Looks like Harry thought that he and Ralph needed to talk about journalistic integrity (the chat starts around 10 minutes into the program). One […]

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L.A. Theater Works tackles autism

L.A. Theater Works has a new edge pushing radio production out. It is titled Lucy, written by Damien Atkins. Is autism a disability “or an evolutionary adaptation?” the show’s summary blurb asks. Lucy, 13-years of age, has the malady. She has moved in with her “estranged, misanthropic mother.” This is new and difficult, because thus […]

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