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
Don't you wish the world were a little stranger? Then tune in to Planet of the Grapes Radio, where the border between reality and the surreal disappears. Join the hosts of POTG Radio as they speak to their ludicrous, opinionated, and sexually ambiguous line of callers. Discover the grueling occupation of The Afterbirth Fairy, why harlequins and motorcycle gangs hate each other, and who owns real estate in the Sphinx's nostrils. Through their exclusive callers, POTG Radio makes the universe a much bigger and livelier place. It's absurd, sick, random humor at its finest. Haven't you heard? www.planetofthegrapes.com
By Planet of the Grapes
Mysteries of the Mind is a thirty minute sketch comedy podcast, performed in an old time radio style. Our show is unscripted improv that is recorded "live to tape" and then edited for pacing, music, and sound effects. Each program is unique and follows a different science fiction based theme-- similar to the Twilight Zone.
By Doc, King, Murphey
A public radio parody program. Where other news sources leave off, Irrational Public Radio starts, and proceeds almost mercilessly. For the discerning listener, IPR is a stalwart of integrity, a bastion of integrity, and just a huge heaping platter of integrity. We commend you for your taste and your fetching personal scent.
By Joe Smith
The Pushers are a Norfolk, Virginia based sketch comedy group that prides itself on its edgy, cantankerous, loud, obnoxious, high energy, take-no-prisoners type of comic theatre. The Pushers are notorious for their handling of topics such as race, religion, and sexuality. And they offer no apologies for whom they might offend. They also tackle such topics as literature, cowboys, eggmen, theatre, terrorism, eating disorders, beastiality, transgenders, the handicapped, handjobs, Tom Cruise, cheese sandwiches, pop culture, Michael Jackson, Stephen Hawking, anal ease, the purple stuff, crayons, screech, the Navy, meatloaf, and french people all performed with a greasey comic tone and a splash of pure genius.
By The Pushers