Variety Shows Podcasts
Take one part everyday life and one part insane, asinine host and you get….The Lighter Side. Why does God hate amputees? Why do old people cross the street right when the cross signal turns red so they hold up traffic? And why do people care more if a skinny pretty woman dies as opposed to a fat ugly one? All this and more, much, much more will be covered by your host Bailey on The Lighter Side.
Variety Reál is on the vanguard of podcasting. It is a mix of public domain old time radio and original music created by me, the man. The final amalgamation is a funny, heartbreaking, irreverent, sample - infused, dance - able, trance - able, comedy and music exploration. Also, there's a misfit robot who tries to insert himself into the proceedings. His emo rants will have you crying, laughing or just blinking. Reminisce over old radio bits, commercials and public service announcements, all mixed up in time - bending gumbo of ideas and toe - tapping tunes! Also, interviews with personalities from the past....and future? It's all about Variety. Reálly.
Podbharti is India’s first leading Hindi Podzine targeted towards Hindi audience in India and abroad, and providing a comprehensive coverage of News & Views about Indian language blogging, Tools & Technology, Current Affairs and the Entertainment Industry. Podbharti Lite is a light version of Podbharti podzine where we would present the best podcasts from past podzine episodes in single podcast format for easy listening.
The Incurable Allure of Carrots combines original music (of all shapes and sizes), spoken word prose and poetry, strangeley competant narrators, and absurdist humor, to form a kind of â€œPerformance Variety Showâ€ that cannot really be put to words. Written, mixed, performed, and produced by Aaron Philips, each episode begins with a new riff he plays on the tuba. The show is hosted by three individual narrators, and is absurdly humorous. If you enjoy the strange, offbeat, zany, weird, and chemically unbalanced, The Incurable Allure of Carrots is for you.
By Aaron Philips and The Incurable Workshop