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Hey folks! Check out the Bombs Always Beep sound design competition. Winners will get some great prizes, including Kc Wayland's book, Bombs Always Beep, an excellent resource on creating audio fiction from the creator of We're Alive!
Seven important notes about this week’s show:
1) It’s our 600th episode! 2) It features a brand new version of the theme song appropriate to Dean’s relocation to the Motor City. 3) A horrible recording problem leads to a few choppy transitions at the start of the show and to an extremely bad electronic hum during the first 25 minutes or so of the show. 4) We have done the best we can to get rid of the hum and to at least make these first 25 minutes listenable, and you will want to bear with us as those minutes contain very personal conversation between Dean and Phil about things they love lost in the current SoCal fires, what they love that is seriously threatened by those fires, and about a great Canadian actor of Dean’s acquaintance who died this month. There is also a great story about baby diapers! 5) Several amazing movies get discussed – including the Sandra Bullock starring post-apocalyptic, action-horror vehicle Bird Box, the Coen Brothers rather amazing Western anthology feature The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Alfonso Cuaron’s seminal black-and-white memory piece Roma and Dean and Phil’s very own The Lady Killers, which Dean has finally seen! 6) The show is 72 minutes long, with about 45 minutes of that boasting clean audio!
On this episode, host Nathan Barker and co-host Ben DeAtley discuss the top Friday the 13th final girl, Ginny or Chris? They revisit episode 89 where Nathan and Lando speak of Ginny taking the top honors. A recent article from horrorgeeklife.com naming Chris Higgins as the top final girl has sparked new conversation on the topic. You can find more on Facebook @campbloodpodcast or at campbloodpodcast.com.
The SPEAKEASY CAFE ~ONLINE~ OPEN MIC POETRY RADIO SHOW
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Info: You do not have to be logged in to listen to the show, but you do to join in the Poet's chat-room. It's a good way to network with other writers and they have such fun! You can read one to two pieces, just keep it around the 5-minute mark! Remember we have a Mature rating, meaning anything goes with the exception of explicit sexual content.
Love from the SpeakEasy Family... Nyla Alisia, Christopher Ryan, Debbie Philly, Q
It's our 150th episode and the Broadcast Film Critics Association (we're all dues-paying members) is giving out its documentary awards this weekend. So we called in Jeffrey Wells of Hollywood-Elsewhere.com to help us look at this year's bumper crop of documentaries - some of which were nominated by the BFCA and some of which weren't. They're all awesome and you may have heard of some of them including "RGB" about Ruth Bader Ginsburg and "Won't You Be My Neighbor" about Mr. Rogers. But there are plenty you maight not have heard of and definitely should. Docs about Elvis, Jane Fonda, Gary Shandling, young scientists and insane rock climbers. We tell you everything you need to know about them so listen in!
Learn the Astonishing science of how your brain creates material reality with our guest Dawson Church. To find out more about Dawson and his cutting edge work please visit his website https://dawsonchurch.com/vitae/.
To learn more about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions please visit www.FromtheHeartProductions.com
Join host Ella D. Curry for Day 5 of the Bonding Thru Books Festival .
Day 5, Friday Night, November 9th
Featured Authors and Books 8:00 pm - Black by Joan Vassar 8:30 pm - Black Hearts White Minds by Mitch Margo 9:00 pm - Unveiled by La Rhonda Crosby-Johnson
PEARL PAGE RECORDED READINGS * Tradition by AlTonya Washington * Secret Places Revealed by Paulette Harper * The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartache Blues: A Novel by Edward Kelsey Moore
Tom Hiddleston welcome back Loki for his show on Disney streaming service
John Cena post a cryptic post of Captain America’s shield. Something Nothing or Everything?
Disney Pushing for BP and IW for The oscars where do you see either winning?
Current cut of A4 is 3hours long but might not stay that way after post production says Russo bros
Diego Luna to headline Rogue one prequel on the Disney streaming service
Rumor has it Aquamans run time could be 2hr. 19mins
Aqua-mans first reactions are Positive
Shazam! Gets Increased Budget and Additional Reshoots
Chris McKay signed on to direct a Jonny Quest movie
Walking dead to make movies starring Rick Grimes
Breaking bad coming back for a movie with Jessie coming back
Your Book Garden host, Tina Susedik, welcomes award-winning, best-selling author Nancy Naigle to her show. USA Today bestselling author Nancy Naigle whips up small-town love stories with a dash of suspense and a whole lot of heart. She began her popular contemporary romance series, Adams Grove, while juggling a successful career in finance and life on a seventy-six-acre farm. She went on to produce works in collaboration with other authors, including the hilarious southern fiction G Team series. A Romance Writers of America Honor Roll author, her books have been translated in multiple languages and received favorable reviews from major trade journals. Two of her Christmas books are part of the Hallmark Movie Channel Movies.
Tina Susedik is an award-winning, Amazon best-selling, multi-published author with books in both fiction and non-fiction, including history, children’s, military books and romances. Her favorite is writing romance stories where her characters live happily ever after. Tina also writes spicier romance as Anita Kidesu. She lives in northwestern Wisconsin where winters are long, summers short, and spring and fall beautiful.
Her romantic suspense, “Love With a Side of Crazy,” was recently nominated for Book of the Year with Authors on the Air Global Radio network.
Your Book Garden is a copyrighted podcast owned by Authors on the Air Global Radio Network.
Bishop McKenzie is the ultimate trailblazer for women. Her appointment to the highest episcopal office inspires confidence in equality for all women in ministry. The appointment and impact of Bishop McKenzie has transformed the mindset of people as it relates to women serving in high leadership church positions. She was named in 2015 by Huffington Post as one of the 50 most powerful women religious leaders in the world.
She soars as the National Chaplain for Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. A Best-Selling Author, Bishop McKenzie has authored six books: Not Without a Struggle, Strength in the Struggle: Leadership Development for Women, A Journey to the Well, Swapping Housewives, The Big Deal of Taking Small Steps to Move Closer to God and Those Sisters Can Preach!
Passion and delight fills the voice of Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie during our interview. She rolls out the golden scroll that reveals the plans, purpose, and expectations of this highly anticipated SELAH 18 Leadership Encounter. This distinguished woman of God, with a reputation for brilliance and international influence, exhibits anticipation about this event. Everyone has reason to be exuberant as well.
Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie is the visionary behind the Selah 18 Encounters.
Selah is an ancient Hebrew word meaning “stop here before moving forward.” To REGISTER: http://bit.ly/SELAH18
Jon Land "Manuscript for Murder: a Murder, She Wrote novel": Jessica Fletcher investigates a mysterious manuscript with deadly consequences in the latest entry in this USA Today bestselling series... Jessica Fletcher has had plenty to worry about over her storied career, both as a bestselling novelist and amateur sleuth. But she never had any reason to worry about her longtime publisher, Lane Barfield, who also happens to be a trusted friend. When mounting evidence of financial malfeasance leads to an FBI investigation of Lane, Jessica can't believe what she's reading. So when Barfield turns up dead, Jessica takes on the task of proving Barfield's innocence--she can't fathom someone she's known and trusted for so long cheating her. Sure enough, Jessica's lone wolf investigation turns up several oddities and inconsistencies in Barfield's murder. Jessica knows something is being covered up, but what exactly? The trail she takes to answer that question reveals something far more nefarious afoot, involving shadowy characters from the heights of power in Washington. At the heart of Jessica's investigation lies a manuscript Barfield had intended to bring out after all other publishers had turned it down. The problem is that manuscript has disappeared, all traces of its submission and very existence having been wiped off the books. With her own life now in jeopardy, Jessica refuses to back off and sets her sights on learning the contents of that manuscript and what about it may have led to several murders. Every step she takes brings her closer to the truth of what lies in the pages, as well as the person who penned them.
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