Film reviews with Morton Marcus and Richard von Busack. Each half hour episode our hosts talk about 4 current films and discuss aspects of film it's history and it's influences on society. The show contains a unique segment called Video Corner where the hosts provide suggestions for movie rentals relating to that episodes theme. Finally before saying goodbye you are provided with a quick summary of that weeks review ratings.
Space Patrol a 1950s TV and Radio Show follows the adventures of Commander Buzz Corey (Ed Kemmer) of the United Planets Space Patrol and his young sidekick Cadet Happy (Lyn Osborn) â yes, Cadet Happy â as they faced nefarious villians with diabolical schemes. Not surprisingly for the time, some of these villians had Russian- or German-sounding accents. Cmdr. Corey and his allies were aided by such nifty gadgets as "miniature space-o-phones" and "atomolights." Episodes had titles like "Revolt of the Space Rats" and "The Menace of Planet X".
By Humphrey Camardella Productions
Lewis Black confesses he would have fought in Vietnam if he could have spared Americans from Dat Phan.Amy Sedaris admits that at a cocktail party she'd rather host a serial rapist than a vegan. James Frey clarifies he is indifferent to celebrity; he just hopes his writing will allow his name to live beyond eternity. Veteran interviewer and pro-am funnyman Warren Etheredge coaxes stars and smart folks into sharing their darkest secrets and their funniest insights... on the record, on The Warren Report. You are not going to believe your ears or eyes as The Duplass Brothers defame Steven Spielberg, Oliver Stone forewarns Barack Obama and Vincent Bugliosi tries George W. Bush for murder. The Warren Report's motto: Question what you see. Consider what you don't. Draw your own conclusions. (Oh, and note: it is ill-advised to drink while listening; you're liable to spit milk out your nose.)
By Warren Etheredge
Sport Tech is an all around clothing store located in the heart of south Brooklyn. The store is considered an all around clothing store because it caters to every aspect of one’s outfit needs; all in one store. Once you take your first step into the world of Sport Tech, you are greeted by a giant wall filled side to side with nothing but sneakers. The wall, holding everything from Nike SB to Prada, provides a selection that anyone can admire. If you are able to take yourself away from the wall of sneakers, your will is tested yet again with a two-sided cabinet housing the top denim brands. The cabinet holds all denim from Guess all the way to 7-for-all-Mankind. Now if you are strong enough, then you’ll be able to make it to the back of the store, which caters to all tops. Coats, tees, jackets; Sport Tech his it all. What separates Sport Tech from your local clothing store, besides it’s inventory, is it’s ability to connect with it’s customers. Sport Tech was founded in a family environment, and this is passed on to it’s customers. You can shop in any store you choose, but in how many other stores can you walk in alone and end up shopping with your second family? Check out the site at www.BNYCOnline.com Sport Tech 3115 Coney Island Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11235 (718) 616 - 1624
From the awesome guys down at ..::XANA::.. CREATIONS, and the producers of the mindless FRIDAY NIGHT TECH SHOW, comes another radio show that is surely lacking in political correctness, while continuing to be interesting, fun, and entertaining. FurCast is created and hosted by the analytical furry lifestyling Paradox, the artisticly obsessed Mattox, and philosophical realist Fayroe. It all comes live on-air right here, thanks to the XANA Broadcasting Network as well as several syndicated furry broadcasting networks across the globe. You can tune in live on our website to both video and audio feeds, download each episode for free from our archive, subscribe to our podcast RSS feed, or even find us on iTunes for a plethora of insane furry related banter, fuzzy co-hosts, and the most insane IRC chat room you'll ever be in.