Tv And Film Podcasts
Listen to them... Children of the Night! Light your lantern, grab your Garlic and Wolfsbane and hold close as we set out to explore the fascination with the Fantastical. Monsterkids is an in-depth exploration of great horror in films, television, literature, music and comics.
By James-Michael Roddy
The long awaited, critically acclaimed, irreverent, touching, intellectual, nonsensical, fairly drunken, incredibly sexy, hilarious.... Hear what happens when 2 old friends(perhaps more in the coming weeks), some pizza, 2 bottles of single malt whiskey and a couple of cats decide to celebrate all aspects of geek life from a UK perspective. We hope to cover TV,Books,Games,Comics..etc every fortnight.
By Geek Syndicate
Comic books can be complicated. I'm hoping I can make things a little simpler for you. Tune in every other week for an in depth look at comic book characters, themes, and whatever else I can think of. Hopefully, you'll find this program informative as well as entertaining.
By Sean Cocca
For the uninitiated, we are Sos, Valvo and Lynchy: better known in Australia - and not in America - as 'The Shambles'. We do a fairly cheap little comedy show on Channel 31 across the nation, and we're glad to have you on board...
By The Shambles
Room to Grow is a television show that explores many of the different aspects (and challenges) of parenting. It provides professional advice alongside the very real experiences of typical Australian parents. The program is devoted to mums and dads, and, of course babies and children. Room To Grow TV provides information related to conception though to the pre-teen years. Each episode covers a specific topic in detail and will features expert advice coupled with practical parenting tips. They are designed to assist parents to confront parenting challenges with confidence whilst enjoying each moment of parenthood. Room To Grow is a program appearing on C31, Melbourne's community television station as well as online channels & mobile video.
By Room to Grow TV
STARRING: Chris Wilding, Natasha Yorski, Harry Cosenza and Alex Gauthier. The Bi-Quarterly Women's Social Club, a new podcast and all around variety hour of the strange and obscene is ready to be unleashed on a set of headphones near you. Listen and get ready to be engaged as young, nubile 20-somethings openly discuss their sex lives, observations on society, love and everything in between.
By The Bi-Quarterly Women's Social Club