Performing Arts Podcasts

King Kong Live on Stage show

King Kong Live on StageJoin Now to Follow

Opening June 2013, the premiere of KING KONG will be a landmark theatrical event. This iconic story of King Kong and his battle for survival in New York City is being produced by Global Creatures, the creators of spectaculars Walking With Dinosaurs and How To Train Your Dragon, and helmed by American theatre and opera director Daniel Kramer, with a book by Craig Lucas.

By King Kong Live on Stage

Lauren Laverne's Spacepod 2012 show

Lauren Laverne's Spacepod 2012Join Now to Follow

Lauren Laverne's Spacepod 2012 is a new series of podcasts for The Space focusing on the arts, culture and entertainment surrounding the summer of events provided by the London 2012 Festival and Cultural Olympiad

By The Space

Go Creative Show: Music, Video, TV, Film and Creativity show

Go Creative Show: Music, Video, TV, Film and CreativityJoin Now to Follow

The Go Creative Show is dedicated to creative professionals in the video, film, tv and music industries. Hosted by Ben Consoli, Director and owner of BC Media Productions. Each week Ben takes on topics relevant to the film making, video, music and visual arts worlds, talking about tools, talent, challenges and successes. A wide range of topics are discussed, as well as various special guests involved in both mainstream and independent creative production are invited to join in.

By Ben Consoli: Commercial director and podcaster

Realm of The Weird show

Realm of The WeirdJoin Now to Follow

Strange True Tales of the Supernatural told by Paranormal Researcher John E.L. Tenney

By John E.L. Tenney

Revver Media by Blendtec show

Revver Media by BlendtecJoin Now to Follow

Want to see if it will blend? well join in the fun and watch these videos to see if it will blend!

By Will it Blend

Radio At War (old time radio) show

Radio At War (old time radio)Join Now to Follow

A podcast featuring both fiction and non-fiction stories from the second world war and beyond. Radio was not just entertainment back then, but the main source of news for the home front and the front line. With at least one episode per week, we?ll explore the lives of the men and women who became known as the greatest generation through news reports and the radio dramas that told their stories.


Stuff and Things show

Stuff and ThingsJoin Now to Follow

We are Carley and Dave: best mates, fellow artists, weirdos. We like talking to creative people about stuff and about things. Join us for funny and interesting conversations with some of the best and brightest creatives that Earth has to offer.

By Dave Burton & Carley Commens

Tasty Selections Podcast show

Tasty Selections PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Downloads are currently restricted. If download error please go to Each week there will be a small tasty selection of tunes from different genre’s on the Beatport and Trackitdown charts as well as a few juicy favourites thrown in for good measure. Different genre’s well be rocking out to will include: trance, electro, house music, hard dance, and maybe some surprise flavours thrown in along the way. Go to to interact with the show.

By Dj Andre

Mary Murphy - Ballroom Dance - Video Podcast show

Mary Murphy - Ballroom Dance - Video PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Mary Murphy is the ballroom dance judge and choreographer for Fox TV So You Think You Can Dance. Here you can enjoy clips of her ballroom and Latin dance routines, along with interviews and other media for Season 1, 2, and 3. NOTE: This is not the official podcast for So You Think You Can Dance; Mary will do her best to post what she can here, but she is not supposed to put episodes of content of SYTYCD without Fox's permission. If you want to see more vidoes from the show, please contact Fox and/or visit for content.

By Kwixite Media

Queen and Crone Podcast » episodes show

Queen and Crone Podcast » episodesJoin Now to Follow

Every Thursday, a brand new episode. Every Friday, a Vintage episode. This eclectic podcast features true stories, satire, sketch, improv, and audiodrama.

By Sage Tyrtle