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Postby PaGeN » January 31st, 2012, 4:32 pm

Kat does love the pod casts.
This was referenced but not linked Marc Maron's - http://www.wtfpod.com/
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Postby Timmy R » February 9th, 2012, 1:59 am

Podcasts = joy.

heartily agree with This American Life. The America you don't see on Fox.

http://www.thisamericanlife.org

Filmspotting is a great film review podcast from Chicago. Sans snark, multo passion.

http://www.flmspotting.net

Johnaton Goldstein either will or won't be your thing, but if droll whimsy lights your night, Wiretap's the go.

http://www.cbc.ca/wiretap/

IRC is a great improv teaching and students resource. Sometimes, the interviewees come across as tools, but the insights on improv are consistantly solid.

http://www.improvresourcecenter.com

The Flint Podcast is the greatest thing in the history of everything. *

http://www.theflintpodcast.com

It's about improv. An hour with one person. Randy Dixon, Patti Stiles, Dan O'Connor, P'Graph, and if skype muscles up, a furry lil' Texan called Crouch will soon be broo-hah-hahing about Live Nude Improv.





* Author may be producer of said podcast.
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Postby Marc Majcher » February 9th, 2012, 2:32 pm

Timmy R wrote:The Flint Podcast is the greatest thing in the history of everything. *
* Author may be producer of said podcast.

Still, this is basically true. The Flint is one of my favorites at the moment for its thoughtfulness and insight.
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