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QUOTE (Middle Buffalo @ Nov 5, 2016 -> 08:48 AM)
I'll check this out. I just finished "In the Dark." It was so well done - much more satisfying than Serial.

 

Norm Macdonald's podcast is back. He's so offbeat that's it's always a fun listen

 

In the Dark was good as well. I like those crime pods. Need more,

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I started listening to a few different podcasts recently, and listened to the Joe Rogan experience yesterday, and his guests are Graham Hancock and Randall Carlson. Anyone interested in ancient civilizations, comet impacts, egypt, extinction events, you need to listen to this podcast. It is absolutely fascinating

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QUOTE (KyYlE23 @ Nov 17, 2016 -> 09:44 AM)
I started listening to a few different podcasts recently, and listened to the Joe Rogan experience yesterday, and his guests are Graham Hancock and Randall Carlson. Anyone interested in ancient civilizations, comet impacts, egypt, extinction events, you need to listen to this podcast. It is absolutely fascinating

Why do I get the feeling I should run as far away from this as fast as possible?

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QUOTE (Balta1701 @ Nov 17, 2016 -> 08:54 AM)
Why do I get the feeling I should run as far away from this as fast as possible?

 

because you are a pessimist and try and pick apart everything

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QUOTE (KyYlE23 @ Nov 17, 2016 -> 08:44 AM)
I started listening to a few different podcasts recently, and listened to the Joe Rogan experience yesterday, and his guests are Graham Hancock and Randall Carlson. Anyone interested in ancient civilizations, comet impacts, egypt, extinction events, you need to listen to this podcast. It is absolutely fascinating

 

Nerd

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QUOTE (KyYlE23 @ Nov 17, 2016 -> 08:44 AM)
I started listening to a few different podcasts recently, and listened to the Joe Rogan experience yesterday, and his guests are Graham Hancock and Randall Carlson. Anyone interested in ancient civilizations, comet impacts, egypt, extinction events, you need to listen to this podcast. It is absolutely fascinating

I had to do an ancient civilizations project in 6th grade. I hated every second of it. :D

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QUOTE (ChiSoxFanMike @ Nov 17, 2016 -> 09:47 AM)
I had to do an ancient civilizations project in 6th grade. I hated every second of it. :D

 

glad to hear

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QUOTE (KyYlE23 @ Nov 17, 2016 -> 06:44 AM)
I started listening to a few different podcasts recently, and listened to the Joe Rogan experience yesterday, and his guests are Graham Hancock and Randall Carlson. Anyone interested in ancient civilizations, comet impacts, egypt, extinction events, you need to listen to this podcast. It is absolutely fascinating

Graham Hancock is the man

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Just a quick list:

 

Baseball:

Effectively Wild

Fangraphs

Ringer MLB Show

Jonah Keri

 

Star Wars/Comics/Movies:

Holy Batcast

Batman News

DC Movie News

Modern Myth Media

How Did This Get Made

Making Star Wars

Make Mine Marvel

 

Notre Dame Football:

Blue and Gold

One Foot Down

 

 

Filmmaking/Writing

Journeyman Writer

Profiles

Scriptnotes

Nerdist

Myths and Legends

Writer's Guild Foundation

The Writer's Panel

 

 

If you have to listen to one listen to the Face/Off episode of How Did This Get Made.

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Recently started listening to The Dollop which is pretty funny. The one guy reads an American history story, usually something crazy, and both he and his partner provide commentary/jokes throughout the story.

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QUOTE (Middle Buffalo @ Nov 23, 2016 -> 09:27 PM)
I haven't started these, but I'm going to listen to "Crimetown" about organized crime and "Stranglers" about the Boston Strangler.

 

Like STranglers. Thought Crimetown was a tad dull but will listen when my other shows are caught up on.

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QUOTE (Brian @ Nov 30, 2016 -> 01:01 PM)
Like STranglers. Thought Crimetown was a tad dull but will listen when my other shows are caught up on.

I agree. The nice thing is that both are ~30 minutes, so they go by pretty fast.

 

I'm hoping Crimetown will get better. It was interesting to hear about the priest lying for the mob boss on the witness stand, but I'm not sure if it will get better. The story might be better than the story telling.

 

I like Stranglers. I didnt know any of the details of The Boston Strangler prior to this. Side note on this one - it's so jarring to hear the way they drop commercials into the middle of this. One second they're describing a rape/murder, the next I'm being fitted for a Casper mattress.

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QUOTE (Middle Buffalo @ Dec 1, 2016 -> 07:20 AM)
I like Stranglers. I didnt know any of the details of The Boston Strangler prior to this. Side note on this one - it's so jarring to hear the way they drop commercials into the middle of this. One second they're describing a rape/murder, the next I'm being fitted for a Casper mattress.

 

Yes! I keep thinking a body will be found in the mattress or something. Need better production for that transition to promo.

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On the Stranglers commercial break they mention another podcast called "Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories". It's pretty good. It's like Stranglers meets a radio drama. I'm listening to the episode now about the Axeman of New Orleans. It's pretty creepy.

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This is off topic, but if anyone has podcasting equipment or has a podcast, let me know. I'm trying to determine what to buy so a buddy of mine and I can do a podcast. There's some equipment on Amazon for $100.

 

Also, I liked that podcast some posters did back in the day...Sox N Roll? I forget what it was called but it was the s***.

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QUOTE (SpankyEaton @ Dec 2, 2016 -> 07:50 AM)
This is off topic, but if anyone has podcasting equipment or has a podcast, let me know. I'm trying to determine what to buy so a buddy of mine and I can do a podcast. There's some equipment on Amazon for $100.

 

Also, I liked that podcast some posters did back in the day...Sox N Roll? I forget what it was called but it was the s***.

 

That kit on AMazon is probably the same one I bought over the summer. Only comes with one mic though so you'd have to buy another one separately if you're doing it with a friend. The mixer is really basic. I record interviews via skype so it is helpful there. And I have plugged my phone into it to do interviews as well.

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Anyone recommend a good movie podcast?

 

I listen to DC and bald move and tv shows and lots of sport podcasts, but I was looking for a general movie podcast that discusses upcoming movies and rumors on movie castings and reviews etc.

 

thanks!

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QUOTE (Steve9347 @ Sep 15, 2016 -> 08:46 PM)
My Favorite Murder

 

I started listening to this based on your simple comment. I love the podcast but the production quality so far is tough to get through. The volume problem has gotten a little better after the first 6 or so episodes but the movement of the mics is really hard to listen to. Does this get any better?

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www.mydadwroteaporno.com

 

Maybe the funniest podcast i've ever listened to. My wife and I were laughing out loud listening to the first few episodes on a car trip this weekend.

 

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QUOTE (JenksIsMyHero @ Jan 9, 2017 -> 10:02 AM)
www.mydadwroteaporno.com

 

Maybe the funniest podcast i've ever listened to. My wife and I were laughing out loud listening to the first few episodes on a car trip this weekend.

I mentioned that in post 11 of this thread. No comments.

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QUOTE (Leonard Zelig @ Jan 9, 2017 -> 10:23 AM)
I mentioned that in post 11 of this thread. No comments.

 

Lol, I was afraid of that but was too lazy to look back. Good recommendation!

 

People really should check it out.

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