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I Before E
Jul 2, 2012

"Why yes, this is a tie with dollar signs on it.

Jealous?"




Spall Talk
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Also available on the Black Squirrel Radio Soundcloud
Description: The only podcast where two siblings talk about the life and career of Timothy Spall.
Comedy/Film Discussion
Updates monthly, hopefully


Episode 38: Love's Labour's Lost: THIRTEEN MILLION DOLLARS ft @schneidremarks



On this episode, Vargo of Breaking Mayberry, from the post immediately preceding this one, drops by to discuss Kenneth Branagh's version of 15:17 To Paris, Love's Labour's Lost. We don't care for it.

I Before E fucked around with this message at 04:06 on Mar 15, 2019

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root
Jun 17, 2000

Booska mask replica...




COMIC BROS Podcast

Get it: iTunes | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | YouTube | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | RSS | Show Blog Full of Good Stuff

Genre: General Entertainment
Release: Month... ly... ish...?

Description: Mark Wise, Jin Wicked, and Root Bradford sit down every month to chat about what we're up to, what we've been working on, review what we've been reading, and discuss other comic-related topics. Includes perspectives both as readers and independent creators of comics.

Episode 31: QUARTER BIN CARNAGE 2: THE QUICKENING!!! Brace yourself! Or don't... I'm not your mom. In Episode 031, Josh Lesnick returns and is joined by Ryan "Chopsy" Harrison to preside over another round of grueling combat where Mark and Root desperately try to upsell some of the best/worst comics the $0.25 cent bin has to offer. The winner will be crowned KING OF THE UNIVERSE and given an Arby's gift certificate. The loser will be justifiably mocked and given TWO Arby's gift certificates.

root fucked around with this message at 14:52 on Aug 9, 2019

VH4Ever
Oct 1, 2005

Says it all, really.





Joe Ryan Podcast

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/JoeRyanPodcast
Twitter: https://twitter.com/joesryan
Website: http://www.joeryanpodcast.com
RSS: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/s...7188/sounds.rss
Stitcher Direct Link: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/joe...cast?refid=stpr
Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast...st/id1064044135
Direct Episode Link: Soundcloud | YouTube
Genre: Political commentary/opinion/other random stuff
Released: Random
Goon: VH4Ever
Description: So Mueller has delivered his wet fart to the stooges at the Justice Department. So now what? Joe returns with a simple message: maybe we just don't prosecute the powerful anymore, and maybe we need to realize that and start doing something about it. Will we?

Vargo
Dec 27, 2008

'Cuz it's KILLIN' ME!


Breaking Mayberry


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Genre: Comedy, Entertainment, History(?)
Release Schedule: Weekly-ish
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreakMayberry
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreakingMayberry/
Email us: breakingmayberry@gmail.com

Breaking Mayberry is a comedy/criticism podcast where two guys (one of which is me) go back and watch every episode of the Andy Griffith Show to understand why its such a big deal. What made this show such a cultural touchstone, and why is it always brought up by conservatives as "the way things should be?" Along the way, we learn about the turbulent '60s, come up with fan theories, and explore the weird world of Mayberry. The comedy holds up - the lessons not so much.

New Episodes
31: Go Speed Frasier, Go Speed Frasier, Go Speed Frasier, Gooooooo!
We're still doing Mayberry, don't worry, but this time around we brought in another show for comparison. Andy and Barney want to join a club, so do Frasier and Niles. Marty and Dan are also joining a club, whether Dan likes it or not.

It's AG S02EP10 - "The Clubmen", with bonus Frasier S02Ep18 - "The Club"

32: Four Shirts, No Belt

This episode explains why job interviews exist, as Barney gets offered a job as sheriff of a neighboring town, and Andy does his damnedest to keep his friend from having a fulfilling career. Marty and Dan stumble on some conspiracies, debate chicken depression, and decide how much Andy Griffith had to do with the Kennedy assassination.

It's AG Season 2 Episode 12 "Sheriff Barney"

WampaLord
Jan 14, 2010





The Worst Wing



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Genre: Comedy, Politics, Fine Arts??? (does discussing a TV show count?)

Release schedule: Weekly, well, we try.

The Worst Wing is a podcast dedicated to an episode-by-episode takedown of Aaron Sorkin's seminal work, The West Wing, from a modern leftist perspective. We analyze exactly why this show is so beloved amongst the elite political class and how while it might be an entertaining show at times, it can often have the worst () politics. If you absolutely love The West Wing and think it can do no wrong, this is probably not the podcast for you! But if you have an open mind and want to hear myself and another goon (Gunshow Poophole) have a lot of fun and crack some jokes as we give our thoughts about why the constant obsession with bipartisan compromise has led us to the glorious hellworld we currently inhibit, well, we welcome you with open arms!

We also have our own dedicated thread for the show in C-SPAM, where you can offer direct feedback, ask questions, or just shitpost the night away!

Most Recent Episode

The Portland Trip an episode where the main focus is the gay marriage debate, and as this episode was filmed in the year 2000, offers a unique time capsule look at the political landscape of that debate, and how Sorkin thinks that too much radical change too soon is very scary and bad!

WampaLord fucked around with this message at 06:30 on Mar 30, 2019

root
Jun 17, 2000

Booska mask replica...




COMIC BROS Podcast

Get it: iTunes | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | YouTube | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | RSS | Show Blog Full of Good Stuff

Genre: General Entertainment
Release: Month... ly... ish...?

Description: Mark Wise, Jin Wicked, and Root Bradford sit down every month to chat about what we're up to, what we've been working on, review what we've been reading, and discuss other comic-related topics. Includes perspectives both as readers and independent creators of comics.

Episode 32: CH-CH-CH-CHANGES Is that... could it be... JIN!? In Episode 032, the gang records together for the first time since February to catch up on things and then that's followed by a discussion about how their artistic and creative process has changed since starting the podcast almost FOUR YEARS ago!

root fucked around with this message at 14:52 on Aug 9, 2019

an owls casket
Jun 4, 2001



Pillbug


Tara and Andrew Versus The Scarecrow Video Movie Guide

Available on:
iTunes / Google Play / Website / RSS

Genre: Movie talk

Duration: Around a half-hour, give or take

Release: Every (other, for the time being) Tuesday

What this?
Seattle's Scarecrow Video is one of the longest-lasting independently run video stores in America, with over 120,000 different titles in their catalog, ranging from the mainstream to the incredibly eclectic and difficult to find. In this podcast my wife and I randomly select a movie that neither of us has seen before from the guide that they published back in 2004, watch it, do some research on it (when possible), and then discuss what we thought and learned.

[urlhttps://www.taraandandrewversus.com/blog/2019/5/4/episode-50-the-loneliest-runner[/url]
Oof, been a while since I thought to post about our episodes here, but what better time to jump back in than with our 50th(ish) episode, wherein we talk about the kind-of autobiographical made-for-TV movie that Michael Landon made back in the mid seventies. What is it about, you ask? loving bedwetting, that's what. Yeah. The star of "Little House on the Prarie" and "Touched by an Angel" wrote, directed, and acted in a movie about how he wet the bed into his early teens and how horrible his mother was. Yeah.


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Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
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Genre: Tabletop RPG Play and Game design.

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday

Hey look! A new show!

Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest (see what we did there) podcast about our currently in-development Role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the story, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we're not only pleased with what we've done so far but excited to see where it goes.

This is our launch weekend! We've got two playtest episodes and one design episode for you, and we'll be adding a new episode every Saturday from this point forward. If you're just interested in the gameplay and storytelling, you'll want to focus on the Sword of Symphonies episodes, but if you're interested in peeking behind the curtain a bit, check out Cat's Cradle.

Here's what we've got so far!

Rise of the Beryl Green (Sword of Symphonies, Episode One) Meet Cobb, Tissa, and Penelope! They’re just here to party.

Rise of the Beryl Green (Sword of Symphonies, Episode Two) Cobb, Tissa, and Penelope explore the ruined Beryl Green in search of treasure. They mostly find barnacles.

Our Real Dad (Cat's Cradle 1) In our first design episode, it's time to get into the nitty-gritty of character creation!

Octatonic fucked around with this message at 19:48 on Jun 3, 2019

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Play and Game design.

Duration: Around 55 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Every Saturday

I'm making good on my threat to publish this weekly!
Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest podcast about our currently in-development Role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the story, then download the manual for free! Itís an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we're not only pleased with what we've done so far but excited to see where it goes.

This week's show:
Rise of the Beryl Green (Sword of Symphonies, Episode Three)
A storm begins to rage as our heroes traverse the increasingly perilous wreck of the Beryl Green. Roll Impotence/Athletics, and enjoy Cat's mastery of descriptive language.

Octatonic fucked around with this message at 02:15 on Jun 16, 2019

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010



Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 55 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Every Saturday

I guess I'm the only one in the thread, huh?
Sword of Symphonies: Episode 4 After having escaped the shipwreck, it's time for a day off. Penelope proves her mettle, and Cobb finds himself interacting with someone who really, truly, gets him.

Chimoru
Jan 14, 2008

If you want someone to love you, open your heart.
If you want someone to be obsessed with you, close it.



Storyteller Conclave - Tabletop RPG Podcast

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ST_conclave
Website: https://www.podcastdetroit.com/show...eller-conclave/
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/podcastdetro...ellers-conclave
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/st_conclave/
iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podca...ve/id1466005845
-------------------------------------------------------
Genre: Tabletop Gaming
Duration: 1 Hour
Released: Live Shows on Wednesday, episodes released on Friday.

Description:
Running a tabletop roleplaying game like Dungeons & Dragons can be a daunting task, even for experienced players. Rob and Sara share their combined 50 years of gaming experience across multiple game systems every week to help make that task easier and enjoyable for everyone! Whether youíre new to tabletop RPGs and want to try running one, or an experienced Dungeon Master looking to take your game to the next level, this podcast is for you!

Please join us on Discord, to submit questions for the show, chat with Rob, Sara, and other Storytellers, and read over the detailed show-notes for more information and links to stuff we may not have been able to detail during the show!

Discord : https://t.co/7H8p1lGYqG

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday

Welcome to the Pimp Your Podcast about Tabletop RPGs Thread

Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest (see what we did there) podcast about our currently in-development Role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the story, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we're not only pleased with what we've done so far but excited to see where it goes.

This Week's Episode

A Nerd and Her Honor (Sword of Symphonies, Episode Five)
Cobb, Tissa, and Penelope are off into the wilderness to find some missing Crusader. They mostly have problems with animals. This second chapter of Sword of Symphonies is brought to you by Yon Scarlet Auroch. It giveth thee the power of flight.

Octatonic fucked around with this message at 05:32 on Jun 23, 2019

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010



Sword of Symphonies
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Oh. I'm all alone again

This Week's Episode

A Nerd and Her Honor (Sword of Symphonies, Episode Six)
Tissa does her best spellcasting, and Penelope does her worst NPC interaction.

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual


Genre: Tabletop RPG Play and Game design.

Duration: Around 55 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Every Saturday

Sword of Symphonies is a weekly tabletop RPG actual play podcast featuring our in-development system Heroic Chord. The dual-format show features both playtest sessions of the game, with original music, an ongoing story fleshing out the world's setting, as well as Cat's Cradle, episodes where we talk about game development, the lessons we've learned building and playing the game, and where the whole system is going.

This Week's Episode

Making Magic (Cat's Cradle, Episode 2)


It's been a little since we've gotten deep into the mechanics of Heroic Chord, but this week, we interrupt the story to talk about spell casting, magic systems, how the game ended up the way it is, and where it might go in future versions. Why is this a game where you can cast "Irresistable Knife" "Powerful Dazzling Shark" and "Dark Lasagna?"

Vargo
Dec 27, 2008

'Cuz it's KILLIN' ME!


Breaking Mayberry


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Genre: Comedy, Entertainment, History(?)
Release Schedule: Weekly-ish
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreakMayberry
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreakingMayberry/
Email us: breakingmayberry@gmail.com

Breaking Mayberry is a comedy/criticism podcast where two guys (one of which is me) go back and watch every episode of the Andy Griffith Show to understand why its such a big deal. What made this show such a cultural touchstone, and why is it always brought up by conservatives as "the way things should be?" Along the way, we learn about the turbulent '60s, come up with fan theories, and explore the weird world of Mayberry. The comedy holds up - the lessons not so much.

New Episodes MEGA MEGA POST

Okay, so I only post a few eps at a time in here to avoid double-posting, but apparently that's not necessary. As a result, I'm way WAY behind on posting these, so here's a whole bunch of updates.

33: In The Pocket of Big Pickle
IT'S PICKLE TIME! Marty and Dan call in a fermentation expert (Amanda Feifer of http://phickle.com/) to talk pickles to us, as we take on AG Season 2, Episode 11 - The Pickle Story. Learn about the miracles of botulism, listen to us do pickle-chewing ASMR, and find out how Andy Griffith is a shill for the corporate pickling industry.

More importantly, buy Amanda's book!

Amanda's book, "Ferment Your Vegetables!": http://phickle.com/ferment-your-vegetables/

34: Where Else Are We Gonna Find a Pile of Old, Dirty Hay?

It's a double header as we take on some of the grossest and the dumbest episodes down the pike of Season 2. First, Opie may or may not have burned down a barn, and Dan doesn't know how farms work in S02EP14 - "Keeper of the Flame." Then, we get a special guest star in the next episode - a giant stupid rear end in a top hat who thinks women are property! hooray! It's "The Farmer Takes A Wife!" Season 2, baby!

35: The Mayor Dies In This One And Dan Does Not Take It Well

I mean, the main theme of this episode is pretty much in the title, but if you want to know more, Marty and Dan stumble upon a potential real-life murder-mystery conspiracy, we meet Dr. David Banner, and Barbara Eden gets Mayberry so horny that the mayor loving dies.

It's a double-header of Season 02 Episode 15 and 16 - "Bailey's Bad Boy" and "The Manicurist"

36: Grappling With Jeff Foxworthy

It's our mid-season decompression episode and we got a special guest who actually knows what they're talking about. Gabe Bullard from The Bitter Southerner joins us to talk bout the history of rural comedy and the lasting effects of the Corncob County era of TV. We're talking Hee Haw, King of the Hill, and the dogwhistle-racist origins of The Blue Collar Comedy Tour. Oh yeah, and there's some Andy Griffith talk in our Andy Griffith podcast.

Read Gabe Bullard's work at: https://www.gabebullard.com/

37: Static Is Stealing Your Rays You Need For Fishing!

It's an extremely frustrating and superstitious episode wherein Marty gets into an altercation with his mailman, Dan channels Alex Jones, and in Mayberry, Barney and Floyd drive a man to the brink of suicide but then make it all better with a free TV.

It's Season 2, Episode 17 "The Jinx"

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday

Please post with me, Vargo, I will ferment my own vegetables!

Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest (see what we did there) podcast about our currently in-development Role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the story, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we're not only pleased with what we've done so far but excited to see where it goes.

This Week's Episode

A Nerd and Her Honor (Sword of Symphonies, Episode Seven)
Looks like itís time for a little damage control. Cobb has an idea. Penelope has some ideas. Tissa has no choice but to watch. This episode has what is perhaps the silliest piece of music I've written for the show so far.

Vargo
Dec 27, 2008

'Cuz it's KILLIN' ME!


Octatonic posted:


Please post with me, Vargo, I will ferment my own vegetables!


WELL IF YOU INSIST

Breaking Mayberry


Soundcloud
iTunes
RSS
iHeartRadio
Spreaker
Stitcher
YouTube
Spotify

Genre: Comedy, Entertainment, History(?)
Release Schedule: Weekly-ish
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreakMayberry
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreakingMayberry/
Email us: breakingmayberry@gmail.com

Breaking Mayberry is a comedy/criticism podcast where two guys (one of which is me) go back and watch every episode of the Andy Griffith Show to understand why its such a big deal. What made this show such a cultural touchstone, and why is it always brought up by conservatives as "the way things should be?" Along the way, we learn about the turbulent '60s, come up with fan theories, and explore the weird world of Mayberry. The comedy holds up - the lessons not so much.

New Episodes MEGA MEGA POST PART 2

38: Your Mother Is A Chicken Thief!

Marty and Dan come across an episode which fits the basic threshold of decent writing, and it is an oasis for them. Dan meets some Luchadors, Marty has his mind blown by a dry cleaner, and Barney Fife actually does something kind of badass. It's Season 2, Episode 18 - "Jailbreak!"

39: No Gods, No Masters, No Choir Directors

The Mayberry boys are joined by internet legend Grant from Sex Archie, History Honeys, and Let's Play with Chip and Ironicus (known to this thread as General Ironicus) for yet another weirdly dark trek into Andy Griffith territory. Marty discovers some famous Mormons, Dan has a solid horror movie pitch, and Andy would rather disqualify the hard work of the town choir rather than have a slightly embarrassing conversation with his best friend.

It's Season 2, Episode 20 - "Barney and the Choir!"

Links to Grant's many, MANY, projects can be found here: https://twitter.com/Gen_Ironicus

40: The Bayous of Mayberry County

Marty and Dan continue to plow through Season 2 with a double-header which seeks to cost them their sanity. First, the Mayberry boys are bored to the point of screaming by "A Medal For Opie", the Andy Griffith Show's ode to good sportsmanship and bad writing. Second, Barney actually tries to have sympathy for a criminal, and the show laughs in his face at the idea of rehabilitation.

41: Aunt Bee's Human Rights Abuses

It's a pair of BARNBURNER episodes (but not literally, that was a few episodes ago) as Marty and Dan lose their absolute minds at the prospect of two good episodes in a row. The Andy Griffith show explores the lighter side of prison labor and Andy and Barney invent the concept of a pop-up shop in order to mess with a lovely old man.

It's Season 2, Episode 22 and 23 - "The Merchant of Mayberry" and "Aunt Bee The Warden!"

Brown Moses
Feb 22, 2002



The Bellingcat Podcast - MH17
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Episode 1 Guide
Episode 2 Guide
Episode 3 Guide

Genre - True crime, politics, documentary
Release schedule - Weekly on Wednesday for 6 weeks

Description
The Bellingcat Podcast - MH17 is a 6 part documentary series examining the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over Eastern Ukraine on July 17th 2014. Bellingcat has a played a major role in investigating the events surrounding the disaster, and this podcast brings together the last 5 years of investigations with podcasts with experts, journalists, investigators, lawyers, and family members.

Episode 1 examines the situation in Eastern Ukraine at the time, interviewing experts on the region, and then talks to journalists who were at the crash site immediately after MH17 was shot down.
Episode 2 looks at the reaction of the Russian government in the immediate aftermath of the shoot down, and, with the help of experts and Bellingcat investigators, examines their July 21st 2014 press conference where they presented what they claimed was evidence indicating Ukraine's involvement in the attack on MH17.
Episode 3 follows Bellingcat's investigation and the investigations by journalists on the ground, identifying the murder weapon, and tracking it back to its point of origin using the online open source investigation techniques Bellingcat has become well known for in this case.
Episode 4 having identified the murder weapon and where it came from, we look next at the identities of the people behind the attack on MH17, and the Bellingcat investigations that led to the individuals involved being identified.
Episode 5 takes intercepted phone calls published by the the criminal investigation team working on the case, Joint Investigation Team (JIT), and the Ukrainian intelligence service the SBU, and uses those calls to recreate the build up to the day of the attack, events on the day of the shoot down, and the aftermath of the events of July 17th 2014 from the perspective of the separatists.
Episode 6 talks to lawyers and legal experts involved with the legal cases around MH17, the head of the Joint Investigation Team, and family members of the victims about the future for the case and hopes for justice and accountability.

A short preview of the first episode is below:
https://twitter.com/EliotHiggins/st...434541871128576

Brown Moses fucked around with this message at 06:08 on Jul 31, 2019

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday

I started a sauerkraut last week!

Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest podcast about our currently in-development Role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the story, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we're not only pleased with what we've done so far but excited to see where it goes.

This Week's Episode

A Nerd and Her Honor (Sword of Symphonies Episode Eight)
The gauntlet is thrown down. Literally, right on the breakfast table! How rude.

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday

Weekly RPG podcasting and you

Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest podcast about our currently in-development Role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the story, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we're not only pleased with what we've done so far but excited to see where it goes.

This Week's Episode

A Nerd and Her Honor (Sword of Symphonies Episode Nine)
In this episode, Penelope casts history's greatest stupidest most Penelope spell. Then she does another. Also there's fighting monsters and some sort of boat race. Look friends, I decided for some reason to score straight through more than twenty minutes of fight scene and I'm very tired. It's a good episode though, you should listen to it.

Vargo
Dec 27, 2008

'Cuz it's KILLIN' ME!


Breaking Mayberry


Soundcloud
iTunes
RSS
iHeartRadio
Spreaker
Stitcher
YouTube
Spotify

Genre: Comedy, Entertainment, History(?)
Release Schedule: Weekly-ish
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreakMayberry
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreakingMayberry/
Email us: breakingmayberry@gmail.com

Breaking Mayberry is a comedy/criticism podcast where two guys (one of which is me) go back and watch every episode of the Andy Griffith Show to understand why its such a big deal. What made this show such a cultural touchstone, and why is it always brought up by conservatives as "the way things should be?" Along the way, we learn about the turbulent '60s, come up with fan theories, and explore the weird world of Mayberry. The comedy holds up - the lessons not so much.

New Episodes
42: Best Western, Hotel Detective



We're back from an unexpectedly long break to "check in" to an Andy and Barney wacky caper. Marty and Dan stumble upon the dumbest pulp novel premise imaginable and refuse to let it go. Then, our attention spans wander during an absolute dog turd of an episode, the premise of which is "you know how some guys suck to be around? Well, let's be around them. Okay."

It's Season 2, Episodes 25 and 26 - "Andy and Barney in the Big City" and "Wedding Bells For Aunt Bee"

43: LIVE at the Philadelphia Podcast Festival

Marty and Dan are filmed before a live studio audience.

As Part of the Philadelphia Podcast Festival, the Mayberry boys break from tradition and take a walk through history as we cover the evolving concept of the TV Dad.

Vargo fucked around with this message at 17:20 on Aug 24, 2019

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday


Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest podcast about our in-development role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the podcast, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we hope it makes you smile.

This Week's Episode

A Nerd and Her Honor (Sword of Symphonies Episode Ten)
Local Tidal Navigator uses one weird trick to complete boat race! His solution will shock you!
With this episode we wrap up our second campaign arc. Thanks for sticking with us through ten sessions!

root
Jun 17, 2000

Booska mask replica...




COMIC BROS Podcast

Get it: iTunes | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | YouTube | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | RSS | Show Blog Full of Good Stuff

Genre: General Entertainment
Release: Month... ly... ish...?

Description: Mark Wise, Jin Wicked, and Root Bradford sit down every month to chat about what we're up to, what we've been working on, review what we've been reading, and discuss other comic-related topics. Includes perspectives both as readers and independent creators of comics.

Episode 33: Jin Does San Diego Comic-Con Did somebody say "trip report"!? In Episode 033, the COMIC BROS host a special convention report of Jin's SURPRISE trip to San Diego Comic-Con International! The bros discuss her impression of the show as a newbie, some of the challenges as an exhibitor, and getting to meet Bill Sienkiewicz (!) and Jim Steranko (!!!), among others!

ps/fyi: our instagram account name is now thecomicbrospodcast. Farewell sweet gorilla...

root fucked around with this message at 19:50 on Aug 9, 2019

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
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Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday


Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest podcast about our in-development role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the podcast, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we hope it makes you smile.

This Week's Episode

Cat's Cradle Episode Three: Hard Choices
Ostensibly this is a show where we talk about game design and why the "edge success" mechanic of Heroic Chord exists, but in reality it's just a fancast for John Harper's (of Blades in the Dark Fame) earlier two page work GHOST/ECHO, which you should all play sometime.

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Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday


Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest podcast about our in-development role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the podcast, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we hope it makes you smile.

This Week's Episode

Westbreaker (Sword of Symphonies Episode Eleven)
In this interlude episode, A Cowboy, A Pirate, and a Sentient Pile of Scarves work on physical fitness, discuss theology, and learn the ropes.

root
Jun 17, 2000

Booska mask replica...




COMIC BROS Podcast

Get it: iTunes | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | YouTube | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | RSS | Show Blog Full of Good Stuff

Genre: General Entertainment
Release: Month... ly... ish...?

Description: Mark Wise, Jin Wicked, and Root Bradford sit down every month to chat about what we're up to, what we've been working on, review what we've been reading, and discuss other comic-related topics. Includes perspectives both as readers and independent creators of comics.

Episode 34: JIM RUGG!!! Mark Wise sits down with the creator of Street Angel and Afrodisiac, artist for The PLAIN Janes, co-host of the Cartoonist Kayfabe podcast (alongside Ed Piskor), and all-around ball-point pen wizard. In this interview we get to hear about his influences, artistic process, and gettin' hype for the new Street Angel collection coming out from Image Comics! (pre-order yours today! )

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday

You should all know that Breaking Mayberry got me back into pickling, and I'm glad it did.

Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest podcast about our in-development role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the podcast, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we hope it makes you smile.

This Week's Episode

Countess Countless (Sword of Symphonies Episode Twelve)
This episode starts the "character arc" phase of Heroic Chord's advancement system. By addressing a lesson the character needs to learn, they gain skills and abilities. Tissa may just learn that she can change the world for the better, and not just watch it pass by. Meanwhile, Penelope gets excited about treasure, and Cobb gets kinda dismissive about it.

Vargo
Dec 27, 2008

'Cuz it's KILLIN' ME!


Breaking Mayberry


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Genre: Comedy, Entertainment, History(?)
Release Schedule: Weekly-ish
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreakMayberry
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreakingMayberry/
Email us: breakingmayberry@gmail.com

Breaking Mayberry is a comedy/criticism podcast where two guys (one of which is me) go back and watch every episode of the Andy Griffith Show to understand why its such a big deal. What made this show such a cultural touchstone, and why is it always brought up by conservatives as "the way things should be?" Along the way, we learn about the turbulent '60s, come up with fan theories, and explore the weird world of Mayberry. The comedy holds up - the lessons not so much.

New Episodes
44: Engagement Party Strike Force


In this episode, we learn that it's possible to die of second-hand sexual frustration and that entrapment isn't real if you're not dressed as an old lady. Plus, Dan blows the opportunity of a lifetime and Marty is humiliated by a grown man dressed as an 80s cartoon character.

It's Season 2, Episodes 27 and 28 - "Three's a Crowd" and "The Bookie Barber"

45: The Legend of Saxophone Boy



Have you had all your shots? If not, Andy Griffith will literally hold you down in prison until you're inoculated. That's the lesson we learned when digital strategist and public health planner Briana Morgan stops by the Mayberry Studios to talk with us about The Punisher, saxophone attacks, and inappropriate face-touching.

Be sure to stick around after the closing music for Episode 2 of our Audio Play "Barney's Day Out" starring Erotic Don Knotts!

GUEST POST

How Are Ya Now? A Letterkenny Podcast - A Fuss At The Golf Course


Marty and Dan stop by another podcast to talk about a show that's still on the air, that they actually like. It's amazing, I know. We chat about our favorite episode of Canada's hit hick sit-com Letterkenny. Yes, this is the one with the Canada Gooses.

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I Before E
Jul 2, 2012

"Why yes, this is a tie with dollar signs on it.

Jealous?"





Spall Talk/Mature Listeners
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Description: Spall Talk, the only podcast where two siblings talk about the life and career of Timothy Spall, is on hiatus, and in its place is Mature Listeners, wherein Niel (I Before E) and Shane (NienNunb) discuss the life and death of Vertigo Comics.
Comedy/Film/Comics/Wrestling Misc Discussion
Updates every other week


E:whoops

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Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday

Description:

Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest podcast about our in-development role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the podcast, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we hope it makes you smile.

This Week's Episode

Countess Countless (Sword of Symphonies Episode Thirteen)
They say Cobb's ghost butt still haunts this place.

Bread Set Jettison
Jan 8, 2009



Buglord


Adventure Incorporated

website | podbean | itunes | Patreon
Genre: Adventure / Fantasy / Comedy
Released: Every Monday

Description: A D&D live play podcast! We have a deep cosmology, fun characters, and a really long and exciting story. We all met in our college improv troupe, so theres a heavy comedy stint to the show. Its been a WHILE since I posted about it in here, but our D&D live play podcast is going very strong! We're just performed at DragonCon live, and have been growing steadily! Check us out!

Recommended starting point: Episode 4. We were getting our bearings in the first arc, but hit the ground running next arc. https://adventureinc.podbean.com/page/19/ (We also have yearly recaps. If you want to listen to a random episode and start from there, you can search back a quick overview of the plot so far.)

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root
Jun 17, 2000

Booska mask replica...




COMIC BROS Podcast

Get it: iTunes | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | YouTube | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | RSS | Show Blog Full of Good Stuff

Genre: General Entertainment
Release: Month... ly... ish...?

Description: Mark Wise, Jin Wicked, and Root Bradford sit down every month to chat about what we're up to, what we've been working on, review what we've been reading, and discuss other comic-related topics. Includes perspectives both as readers and independent creators of comics.

Episode 35: Quarter Bin Carnage ROUND 3~!!!! Josh Lesnick returns along with special guest Chopsy for another pulse-pounding hypen-laden confrontation as Root and Mark once again go head-to-head to share the gems they've netted with their hard-earned loose change...

root fucked around with this message at 13:27 on Sep 6, 2019

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday

Description:

Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest podcast about our in-development role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the podcast, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we hope it makes you smile.

This Week's Episode

Countess Countless (Sword of Symphonies Episode Fourteen)
This week on Sword of Symphonies, we get a lot of edge successes, Cobb embraces his new spectral persona, Tissa is at her most personable, and Penelope is just very sweet, actually. It's really nice!

a dozen swans
Aug 24, 2012


Hi! It's me again, that obsessive internet-history bitch. You may remember me from my podcast "ephemera", which tells human stories that only could've happened online, or my serious research-heavy imprint SPLINTERNET, which looks at the ways the Web is breaking into disparate groups no longer willing, or able, to connect.

I just did part 3 in my very exhaustive and good SPLINTERNET series, this time about the EU, GDPR, and the right to be forgotten. Since my last post in this thread, I've come out with a couple more ephemera episodes, too: episode 13 was about the internet's first web community, and episode 14 was about a really awful wizardchan guy who went to japan to be homeless and die during the imminent apocalypse. Click the show art below for the RSS subscribe link, or the hyperlinks earlier in this paragraph for direct links. Thanks!


Vargo
Dec 27, 2008

'Cuz it's KILLIN' ME!


Breaking Mayberry


Soundcloud
iTunes
RSS
iHeartRadio
Spreaker
Stitcher
YouTube
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Genre: Comedy, Entertainment, History(?)
Release Schedule: Weekly-ish
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreakMayberry
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreakingMayberry/
Email us: breakingmayberry@gmail.com

Breaking Mayberry is a comedy/criticism podcast where two guys (one of which is me) go back and watch every episode of the Andy Griffith Show to understand why its such a big deal. What made this show such a cultural touchstone, and why is it always brought up by conservatives as "the way things should be?" Along the way, we learn about the turbulent '60s, come up with fan theories, and explore the weird world of Mayberry. The comedy holds up - the lessons not so much.

New Episodes
46: The Volcano Shot My Wife

Marty and Dan build a pretty airtight case for the impeachment of Sheriff Andy Taylor, but the show proceeds to Pelosi the hell out of our report. Marty watches some goats, Dan gets acting notes, and Barney Fife quotes Nabokov. Stick around to the end for Episode 3 of "Barney's Day Out" starring Erotic Don Knotts.

It's Season 2, Episode 29, "Andy on Trial"

47: Hello, My Name Is Libbels

"Hey Barney! It's your cousin Virgil! Virgil Fife?! You know that uncomfortably horny Tweety Bird vibe you've been looking for? Well, listen to this!"

Marty and Dan made it to the end of Season 2, and it ends on a pair of wet farts that drive us nuts. Listen, normally I'm all funny in the descriptions here, but these seasons are so long, and I'm tired.

Stay tuned after the credits for the conclusion of Barney's Day Out, featuring Grant of Sex Archie and History Honeys.

It's Season 2, Episodes 30 & 31 "Cousin Virgil" and "Deputy Otis"

I Before E
Jul 2, 2012

"Why yes, this is a tie with dollar signs on it.

Jealous?"





Spall Talk/Mature Listeners
RSS Feed
Description: Spall Talk, the only podcast where two siblings talk about the life and career of Timothy Spall, is on hiatus, and in its place is Mature Listeners, wherein Niel (I Before E) and Shane (NienNunb) discuss the life and death of Vertigo Comics.
Comedy/Film/Comics/Wrestling Misc Discussion
Updates every other week



Mature Listeners 5: Preacher Part 1: Garth Ennis Is Hopepunk ft. @kamenrideruno


Controversial poster Benghazi 2 joins us to discuss the first 12 issues of Preacher, how much The Matrix kicks rear end, the Fast And Furious movies, and Tom King Batman.

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday


Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest podcast about our in-development role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the podcast, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we hope it makes you smile.

This Week's Episode

Cat's Cradle Episode Four: Catless Cradle
What do you do when half of your game group and/or their computers are sick? I guess you talk about what you do between sessions, and how to keep the group going when there are scheduling difficulties. This is also the episode you release if your composer wants another week to work on the next episode of your podcast

Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday

Whoops, I'm back to double posting:

Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest podcast about our in-development role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the podcast, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we hope it makes you smile.

This Week's Episode

Countess Countless (Sword of Symphonies Episode Fifteen)
Let's fight a demon! Let's do it! It'll go great!

root
Jun 17, 2000

Booska mask replica...




COMIC BROS Podcast

Get it: iTunes | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | YouTube | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | RSS | Show Blog Full of Good Stuff

Genre: General Entertainment
Release: Month... ly... ish...?

Description: Mark Wise, Jin Wicked, and Root Bradford sit down every month to chat about what we're up to, what we've been working on, review what we've been reading, and discuss other comic-related topics. Includes perspectives both as readers and independent creators of comics.

Episode 36: Gabbin' with UNCLE STAPLE!!! Mark sits down for an interview with Chris Nicholas (aka "Uncle Staple") the founder of the STAPLE! The Independent Media Expo held annually in Austin, Texas. STAPLE! is the premiere event in the Southwest for independently created comics, zines, art, crafts, games and more.

This year's STAPLE! is coming soon on October 12-13, visit https://staple-austin.org/ for more information!

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Octatonic
Sep 7, 2010





Sword of Symphonies
RSS | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Website | Game Manual

Genre: Tabletop RPG Actual Play

Duration: Around 50 minutes for a play session, 35 minutes for discussion

Release: Weekly, on Saturday

Together we Can Survive

Sword of Symphonies is an Actual Playtest podcast about our in-development tabletop role-playing game Heroic Chord. Join Cat, the game's designer, along with her friends as we play through the setting, discuss the system, and talk a bit about game design writ large. If you want to play along, give the game a spin, or just learn the rules behind the podcast, then download the manual for free right here! It’s an optimistic adventure about bringing hope back to a destroyed world, and we hope it makes you smile.

This Week's Episode

Countess Countless (Sword of Symphonies Episode Sixteen)
Space turns inside out, and our heroes come face to face with the Countess of the Silver River. Can Tissa quell a daemon's rage? Will all of our protagonists be able walk away from the encounter?

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