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  • 00:35

    #005 - Officer or “Hey, Mr. Policeman”

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    Police work requires way more than just brute force. And as the Blue Line gets stretched thinner, we learn there’s more than one way to be truly Remarkable. Listen to it all right here on this episode of The Remarkables presented by Meltdown comics!
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    Hosts – Ezra & Tita
    Executive Producers – Peter Murrieta, Chad Krueger, Gaston Dominguez-Letelier
    Associate Producers – Jay Kasten, Jonas Sansone

  • 00:26

    Episode 4: Amy Bernstein and Melanie Armer

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    Features an Interview with Amy Bernstein and Melanie Armer, A Monologue Moment with Lee Conderacci, and A Musical Moment with Troy Kline. Also, get ready to  play Trivia Time! Host and Producer: Mark Beachy.

  • 00:49

    Episode 7: Happily Ever After

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    After a week of Theo dropping out of sight and communicating with no one, Clive shows up at his apartment and convinces him to go uptown where they run into Milo, a meeting Clive secretly set up since the brothers hadn’t spoken since their blow-up several weeks earlier. A little girl passing by on the street drops a Dr. Seuss book and when Theo calls out to her to come get it, they have an animated, touching discussion about books that leads him to rethink Rewrites. Months later after the first season of Rewrites has ended, each writer delivers a touching monologue to Theo telling him what they’re doing now and thanking him for the impact he had on their lives. 

  • 00:31

    We talk the arts with Theatre Aurora Live

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    Join  Host Brad Joseph, and Theatre Aurora when we go one on one and talk live Theatre!
    https://www.theatreaurora.com/shows
    What is involved from reading the actual script of a play, and take that script and turn  it into a production?.
    How has the public reacted to live theatre productions and has ontario being supportive to the arts.
    How do i get an audition in for a play and what are the producers looking for?
    The actors and actress in Theatre Aurora what inspires them to do what they do?
    The upcoming year for the theatre what productions are they working on?
    Live call in with real time  chat we want to hear from you!
     
     

  • 01:35

    The Lyrical Cypher Radio Show hosted by Chyna at 9pm

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    THANK YOU ALL FOR THE CONTINUED SUPPORT!! LET'S GET IT!!!! I APPRECIATE YOU ALL SPREADING THE WORD!! PLEASE EMAL RADIO VERSION TRACKS TO lyricalcypherradioshow@gmail.com
    The Lyrical Cypher Radio Show hosted by Chyna airs Tuesday Nights @ 9pm. Call in & Spit Your Poetry Sing, Rap Live!! Calling ALL Singers, All Poets, Spoken Word & Hip Hop Artists & Metaphorically In-Tuned Visionaries!! A radio show that provides you with Poetry, Hip Hop, Singing, Smooth Lyrical Vibes & More!! Share Your Gifts Tonight!! You Can Listen By Calling 323-642-1532

  • 01:24

    Joe Eyre - Joyous Gard

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    The newest member of the Acting Inspired famalam, Joe Eyre, talks to me about Joyous Gard, creating a Theatre company being a producer, writer, casting director and an actor on something completely different... all at the same time! 
    Joe was such a great guest to chat with, we had a couple of interruptions, however, we kept calm and carried the fuck on! 
    Make sure you catch Joe performing in Gallowglass http://www.middlegroundtheatre.co.uk/Wordpress/gallowglass/
    Catch Joyous Gard's final production at this year's Vault Festival TIMOTHY on in the Studio from 14th - 18th March https://www.joyousgardtheatre.com/ 
    @GardJoyous @eyre_joe @betheyre 
    ENJOY!

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  • 00:22

    5 Levels of Fear - Part 2 - The Hidden

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    With no contact with Connor and the outside world, Jack and Jill continue exploring the old house to find an entire floor that was not on their map. Part 2 of a 4-part microseries

  • 00:30

    Talk To Steven Assanti From My 600lb Life

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    Steven assanti reality TV star answered your burning questions 
    Steven Assanti, from Warwick, Rhode Island, weighed 734lbs when he first started documenting his weight loss journey on the TLC series My 600lb Life His 604lb brother Justin, 27, also shared his story on the documentary series  During the first half of the two-part special, Justin ended up leaving the hospital, while Steven got kicked out for bad behavior and was sent to rehab for drugs In the second half of the special, Steven's weight fluctuated until he reached 750lbs, weighing 16lbs more than he did when he started  After he fell off a golf cart and demanded painkillers, his frustrated doctor forced him to look in the mirror and confront himself The life-changing moment helped him shed 73lbs, and at 677lbs, he weighed 57lbs less than he d

  • 00:28

    Wherefore Art Thou (Tyler Stevens & Katrinah Carol Lewis)

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    After a couple of weeks trying to coordinate with Katrinah Carol Lewis, we finally caught up with the celebrated star of many an award-winning production and got her talking about her Richmond directorial debut, TOPDOG/UNDERDOG, now running at TheatreLAB. That's after Tyler Stevens ruminates on the challenges of stepping into another actor's role, and that role is only one of the most iconic in theater history: Romeo in Quill's ROMEO & JULIET. Summer is here and Firehouse Forum is going to be talking about all the hot shows coming up!

  • 00:28

    1. Erin Courtney (on A Map of Virtue, and more...)

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    Welcome to the premiere episode of Barker Room Radio! Erin Courtney is an Obie award winning playwright currently teaching at Brooklyn College in the M.F.A. playwriting program. Erin's home, a building she describes as a "strange playwriting commune," has housed a number of New York playwrights such as Annie Baker, Heidi Schreck, and Kate E. Ryan. Her plays, her work at Brooklyn College, and her experiences as landlady to so many bold theatrical voices, position her as a pivotal figure in the contemporary theatrical landscape. Today, she sits down with Barker Room's Paul Ketchum to discuss her Obie winning play, A Map of Virtue, and it's rapidly approaching West Coast Premiere with Barker Room Rep. Buy "Someday" on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/someday-ep/id962424282
    Buy Tickets!: A MAP of VIRTUE: https://www.artful.ly/store/events/13400 REAL TALK / KIP TALK: https://www.artful.ly/barker-room-rep/store/events/13583 SAM's TEA SHACK: https://www.artful.ly/barker-room-rep/store/events/13584
    Follow the Show and the Company! WEBSITE: www.barkerroomrep.org FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/BarkerRoomRep/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/BarkerRoomRep INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/barkerroomrep/

  • 00:31

    TBGH Radio

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    A show created to promote God and the music of his children. All christian music welcome.