Uncensored talk about just anything, funny bits, interviews with people from all aspects of life. We believe we are making the common a little smarter. Talk about pop culture, politics, music, sports, movies, beer and broads. Join us live every Friday night at 8PM EST on www.edgefm.net and www.livestream.com and of course download our shows.
By Unrecognized Geniuses
Inside the Barrel is a variety show audio podcast hosted and written by Wood Sugars (Eliaz Rodriguez, Donny Rodriguez, and Jeff Phillips) along side the series producer Jeremiah Watkins of Prank-Machine.com. In each episode of Season 2 a comedic guest joins us for an interview and appears on our sketches. It’s like an audio version of a Conan O’Brien talk show mixed with SNL of the 90s. We also feature bands, filmmakers and local businesses in each episode. It’s the most over-produced podcast in the world!
By Wood Sugars
Bruce Murray is a guy from the city who moved to small town Nova Scotia, Canada. All was well until he fell through a hole in the Podosphere. Then...strange things started happening. Comedy skits and stories from the East Coast of Canada. - - Bruce Murray Host of The Zedcast Zedcast@GMail.com http://www.Zedcast.com Subscribe with RSS: http://www.Zedcast.com/rss Or subscribe in iTunes: itpc://www.Zedcast.com/rss
By Bruce Murray
Josh Perilo takes us on a tour of the many tortured and complex characters that live in his hometown of Omaha, Nebraska. Follow Stephen, The Kirkster, John Blackstone, and others as their lives intertwine and intersect; every one of them grasping for something to call their own in a small town that gets smaller by the minute.
By Josh Perilo
Pure Imagination is a radio drama broadcast on 90.5 WVUM Miami, Florida featuring darkly comic short stories and improvised skits set to hypnotic music by local composers. After a one year hiatus Pure Imagination returns to WVUM on Oct. 21, 2007, airing Sundays at 6:15 PM ET, with a brand new season chronicling spiritual void filling oscillating toothbrushes, vending machines that only dispense root beer to the pure of heart, and the loneliness of the octagonal pizza deliveryman.
By Matt Gajewski