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  1. Richard Stelling permalink
    March 13, 2009 5:31 PM

    The 2009 Show: http://tinyurl.com/iTunes2009Show

    What can I say… it’s my best effort.

  2. March 29, 2009 8:27 AM

    The Something Live podcast features original music, mixed and recorded live at The Cantab Lounge in Cambridge, Massachusetts and in the spacious and opulent Something Live studios. Bringing unfiltered undiluted musical performances to an unsuspecting public since March 2008.

    http://www.somethinglive.net

  3. April 5, 2009 2:35 PM

    The ‘Undemocratic Hitlist’ a podcast featuring my personal selection of the best podsafe tunes available, blended with a hit test by Jan Polet, funny stories found on the web and music bizz insights. Let me know what you think.

  4. April 7, 2009 10:09 PM

    Ok, thanks for all of the suggestions. I’ve reviewed all the previous suggestions above and it will be posted within this week, or early next week. Thanks again. Love the recommendations. Keep them coming.

  5. April 9, 2009 10:05 PM

    To whom it concerns,

    I really like your blog. Your reviews are fair and thorough and you seem to have a wide breadth of subjects you’re interested in reviewing.

    Myself and my friend Nicky, both of us lecturers in a technical college here in Ireland, have recently started our own podcast on a weekly basis. It is quite general in topic but generally comedic in tone. Thus far, we have chosen a different subject each week that we discuss at some length. We seem to be doing quite well with a good number of subscribers and good feedback/questions from our listenership.

    Episode 12 was posted this week on the subject of The Creative Process.

    We’re keen to expand our audience of course and would really appreciate you having a listen.

    You can listen/subscribe to the nilpod here: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/Nilpod

    Thanks for your time,

    Wil McDermott.

  6. April 22, 2009 2:29 PM

    We have passed the two year (and the 300 episode) mark at SomaCow

    A review would be great.

    Podcast feed here

  7. April 22, 2009 4:47 PM

    New Books in History (http://newbooksinhistory.com/)
    Shrink Rap Radio (http://www.shrinkrapradio.com/)
    The Word Nerds (http://thewordnerds.org/)
    Forgotten Classics (http://hcforgottenclassics.blogspot.com/)
    Philosophy Bites (http://nigelwarburton.typepad.com/philosophy_bites/)
    UChannel Podcast (http://uc.princeton.edu/main/index.php)
    The Skeptics Guide to the Unverse (http://www.theskepticsguide.org/)

  8. April 23, 2009 4:40 PM

    Hey, Jeremy,

    May I humbly suggest my own podcast: MIGHTY MOVIE PODCAST – Interviews with Filmmakers? We’re just finishing up our third week, and have already posted interviews with such unique directors as Tim Disney (AMERICAN VIOLET), Eran Riklis (THE SYRIAN BRIDE, LEMON TREE), and Slava Tsukerman (LIQUID SKY, PERESTROIKA), with Michael Keaton and Atom Egoyan coming up soon.

    I’ve been doing film journalism for a while, mostly text in such publications as Cinefantastique and such online outlets as the Independent Film Channel and Air America Media. I moved into video a few years back, and now am hoping to fill film fans’ hunger to go behind the scenes with these short (usually about 15 minutes), candid, and entertaining interviews.

    Enjoy!

    Dan Persons

  9. May 1, 2009 4:15 AM

    Why not? I’ll ask you to review my show. Nothing like a little lack of modesty.

    I produce a weekly sports podcast dedicated to my favorite NFL team, the Carolina Panthers. We’ve been at it for a little over a year now.

    We’re at http://www.catcrave.com. The latest episode should be front and center and the archive can be found by clicking on the “Radio” link at the top of the page.

    Thanks!

  10. June 20, 2009 6:06 PM

    Come on over and check out Just My Show: The Retro Pop Culture Podcast! Would be great to get your feedback. Thanks!

  11. July 15, 2009 4:53 AM

    Would be great to hear what you think of my retro pop culture show…www.justmyshow.com. Hope you enjoy it. Thanks!

  12. July 15, 2009 1:01 PM

    Hey, you should check out/review this show:

    The Bouty Bouty SquadCast – Your #1 Source For Entertainment News and Comedy!

    The Bouty Bouty SquadCast is pure freshness. Entertainment news and comedy about all aspects of pop culture including, Movies, TV, Celebrities, Video Games, Comic Books, Anime and more!

    Website: http://squadcast.podbean.com

  13. July 15, 2009 1:04 PM

    Hey, you should check out/review this podcast:

    The Bouty Bouty SquadCast – Your #1 Source For Entertainment News and Comedy!

    The Bouty Bouty SquadCast is pure freshness. Entertainment news and comedy about all aspects of pop culture including, Movies, TV, Celebrities, Video Games, Comic Books, Anime and more!

    Website: http://squadcast.podbean.com

  14. August 10, 2009 3:07 PM

    Hi Jeremy,

    I’d be really greatful if you reviewed our podcast, called Angry and Cliff –

    Info is here – http://www.thisisthis.org/angryandcliffpodcast/
    and the feed is here – http://feeds2.feedburner.com/iamlividpodcast

    Thanks,
    Cliff

  15. Adam Sherlock permalink
    August 10, 2009 4:51 PM

    Is it tacky for me to suggest my own podcasts for review? Self promotion is always a little awkward, but whatever. The shows are called A Damn Podcast (movie reviews) and I Know Everything (comedy). I’d love to hear what you think. Thanks.

  16. Adam Sherlock permalink
    August 10, 2009 4:53 PM

    oops. forgot the most important part:

    http://adamnpodcast.libsyn.com/rss

    http://iknoweverything.libsyn.com/rss

  17. August 13, 2009 2:21 PM

    Please let us know what you think of our podcast – Max Buffer’s Media Museum. It’s a rather daft, and fairly English, assortment of recollections and recommendations from two moderately successful, but ultimately failed, fictional media veterans named Max Buffer and Terry Bland. They offer their appalling advice to media wannabes and come up with shows so awful that they could be real. It is, I hope, a satire on modern television and the cynical way in which producers treat their audiences.

    It might be a touch too Anglocentric in places, but I would appreciate any feedback you could give us.

    We can be found at http://mediamuseum.libsyn.com and our website is http://www.mediamuseum.co.uk.

  18. August 15, 2009 2:09 AM

    CORRECTION:

    Why not? I’ll ask you to review my show. Nothing like a little lack of modesty.

    I produce a weekly sports podcast dedicated to my favorite NFL team, the Carolina Panthers. We’ve been at it for a little over a year now.

    We’re at http://www.catcraveradio.com. The latest episode should be at the top of the homepage and the archive can be found by clicking on the “Archive” link at the top of the page.

    Thanks!

  19. August 17, 2009 12:29 PM

    Hey Jeremy,
    Great site, just found it linked from Edgy Podcast Reviews, who just reviewed us. Anyway, we’d love it if you wanted to review us as well, you can find us at http://www.mastersofnoneshow.com
    Cheers,
    Jay
    Masters Of None

  20. August 19, 2009 10:56 AM

    Hi, I produce a “Digital Music Trends” weekly Podcast featuring digital music news and interviews with start-ups, hope you enjoy it! It’s been going for about four months and it’s pretty hard work but hope it’s worth it!

  21. August 19, 2009 7:23 PM

    Jeremy,
    We’d love if you’d check out our podcast The Randy Rando Randonopolis Show. We look at our podcast as a “highly structured ramblecast”. Yes, we talk about T.V., movies, books, music, video games, and pretty much anything under the umbrella of pop culture but aren’t there a million shows doing this? What sets the Randy Rando apart? Well, the hosts Adam, Dave and Zozos are high school teachers talk about all of things of course but n doing so challenge the stereotype of teachers being uninteresting, politically correct work fiends that plug back into their Borg charging units at the end of the school day only to be dusted off and have the key in their backs wound up every morning. These guys are guys like an other guys and like to talk about guy stuff…(guy). The Randy Rando is a smart, witty, sarcastic, and current podcast that doesn’t take itself too seriously but always aims to put out a quality show.

    You can find us easily on iTunes or at therandyrando.blogspot.com

  22. August 21, 2009 11:10 PM

    Hi, would you mind taking a look at my show, a podcast on pop culture called, The Chronic Rift? We’ve been podcasting for a year now and I’m always looking for feedback, both positive and negative, on the show. Thanks.

    RSS feed: http://thechronicrift.podOmatic.com/rss2.xml

    Homepage: http://www.chronicrift.com

  23. August 30, 2009 2:46 PM

    Hey Jeremy – would be great if you chose to take a listen to our show, Dogear Nation – weekly tech news and cool web stuff – http://dogearnation.com 🙂

  24. Brian permalink
    August 31, 2009 5:52 PM

    How about Whiskey N’ Waterbeds. It’s a case of beer meets Waynes World meets a John Waters film.

    http://www.whiskeynwaterbeds.com
    http://www.myspace.com/whiskeynwaterbeds

  25. September 22, 2009 8:28 PM

    We would love to get reviewed.. Lets us know what we need to do!

  26. September 22, 2009 8:28 PM

    oops I forgot http://www.walkupradio.com

  27. September 24, 2009 6:05 AM

    Rather than hide behind a guise, I’m the co-host of a podcast entitled “Scene Unseen Movie Reviews.”

    The concept is, one of us sees the film (myself)…and the other doesn’t (Jimmy).

    Over three years, we’ve gathered quite the following on iTunes and on our site – http://www.sceneunseenpodcast.com

    I’ll let the show speak for itself…and hope you and your readers enjoy.

    ///CB///

  28. October 13, 2009 4:25 PM

    I’d like to submit the Metal Rules! Radio Podcast for review. We discuss music (mostly metal) talk to people both in studio and over the phone and anything else that happens to come up.

    The shows can be streamed from: metalrulesradio.com or downloaded from iTunes

    Thanks,
    Angus

  29. November 7, 2009 2:31 AM

    Buncocky is a comedy podcast I do with my friend Mike. We are up to episode 37. We would appreciate any feedback/ review you’d be willing to give us.

    Thanks,
    Jay

  30. November 12, 2009 8:28 PM

    If you would be so kind, I would appreciate it if you would review my podcast, This Week In Interesting.

    My blog is at thisweekininteresting.blogspot.com
    My feed is at feeds.feedburner.com/ThisWeekInInteresting

  31. November 18, 2009 1:45 AM

    Hey Jerm,
    I love reading your blog! I have a podcast that I recently created and hopefully you’ll take a listen to. It’s called Southern Beer Review (http://squaresouth.com/sbr) and here is the description from our site:

    The Southern Beer Review is a weekly podcast produced by James and Anna Gass. Each week we review two beers and at least one of those is either a specialty beer, import beer, or a microbrew. During each review we provide information on the history of the styles and history on the beers themselves. We also provide information on food pairing for each beer. Our goal is to reach out not only to the beer connoisseur but to the average beer drinker as well and encourage you to try something new and provide useful information at the same time.

    Thanks,
    James

  32. November 21, 2009 1:23 AM

    Hey Get Off My Lawn…it’s short to the point. This is an Edgy Comedy Rant that causes people to talk.. I hope you can find 3 minutes for a quick review
    iTunes .. http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=336386752
    OR http://podcastmachine.com/podcasts/2318

    Thanks for your time

  33. November 24, 2009 11:37 AM

    Hey!

    I’d love it if you fancied reviewing our new(ish) comedy podcast:

    http://www.flat29.com/podcast

    BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
    Flat 29’s Big Book of Everything is a weekly comedy podcast cataloguing and discussing the contents of our universe. Each week a new chapter is released tackling a new and exciting subject.

    Full of useless trivia, rambling anecdotes, ludicrous discussions, and a new comedy song every week, Flat 29’s Big Book of Everything is an enjoyable way to expand your knowledge about everything (as long as you currently know nothing at all about anything)

    Thanks a lot!
    Dan

  34. December 5, 2009 2:36 AM

    I host a film criticism podcast called More Than One Lesson. It is Christian themed, approaching film from a predominantly thematic standpoint. I’ve discussed such films as “Milk,” “The Hurt Locker,” “Fireproof,” “Hellboy,” and “Religulous.” Even though I’ve only put out 15 episodes, the show has been nominated for a Podcast Award in the “Religion/Inspiration” category. I’d love to get your thoughts on the show.

    MTOL Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/MoreThanOneLesson

  35. December 5, 2009 2:41 AM

    While we’re at it, I host another podcast called Battleship Pretension. This is also a movie podcast, but not specifically Christian in nature, nor is it focused on reviewing new releases. Rather, my co-host, David Bax, and I pick a different topic each week and discuss it for about an hour or so. Past topics have included discussions of The Hayes Code, our favorite Awesome Movie Deaths, and the Best Movies of the 2000s.
    We will also have guests on the show, often from the world of stand-up comedy (though many have film and television credits, as well). Past guests have included the Sklar Brothers (“Wild Hogs”), Paul Rust (“I Love You, Beth Cooper”), Maurice LaMarche (“Pinky and the Brain”), Mather Zickel (“Rachel Getting Married”), and Frank Conniff (“Mystery Science Theater 3000”).
    The show has been going for over two and a half years now and has really started to break out in the last six months.
    That said, we’d love to get your views on the show.

    BP Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/BattleshipPretension

  36. January 5, 2010 1:49 AM

    Hello,

    Me and my friends have been running a podcast, With Cheese, since october, and have been faring well in the itunes chart, and have been featured almost daily on new and notable (UK store), but we have not had external feedback. We must be doing well, but would love to hear so from someone independent.

    Thanks for your time,

    With Cheese

  37. January 7, 2010 6:44 PM

    Hits of the Near Future presents the best new independent music from UK bands and artists. A mix of tracks, interviews and news Hits… is brought to you by myself, Andy quirk – I hope you enjoy it!

  38. January 10, 2010 7:07 PM

    Hello,
    We would be greatly honored if you would take some time to listen to our podcast and review it!

    The same group of guys that brought you the Metal Rules! Magazine in the 90’s, now have a radio show. Metal Rules Radio interviews musicians/personalities in the metal music community, reviews song submissions from up and coming artists, and has fun discussing a variety of topics every show. New episodes are posted every Sunday.

    http://www.metalrulesradio.com/

    Thanks for your time!
    -Josh

  39. January 13, 2010 3:22 PM

    Good Afternoon

    This is our offering to the world of podcasts and we would greatly appreciate a glowing review and high recommendations to all your friends. Failing that, making you laugh will also do just fine.

    Cheers from With Cheese

  40. February 1, 2010 12:32 AM

    It’s called the Phil N Da Box Karaoke Show. The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with karaoke and comedy.

    http://boxandphil.podbean.com

  41. February 4, 2010 6:25 AM

    I’d appreciate it if you took a listen to my comedy podcast “Ugly People Don’t Have Feelings” Let me know what you think! Thanks!

  42. February 12, 2010 7:55 AM

    Hey mate, it’d be great if you could give mine and my buddies podcast a look/review

    Just 3 guys talking about anything and everything

    http://www.CrapCastic.com

  43. February 15, 2010 8:02 PM

    I would like to introduce you to my podcast Paradigms at http://paradigms.bz for your consideration. I hope you’ll check it out and enjoy it!

  44. March 1, 2010 11:32 PM

    Hi,

    Not sure if you’re still doing reviews, but if so, would be thrilled to hear what you think…

    http://www.justmyshow.com

    Thanks!

  45. March 14, 2010 10:38 PM

    Hey, try this podcast out.
    It’s a podcast about popular culture, there really isn’t much more to say. Please try us out

    I think episode 22 “Welcome to the Jungle” is one of my favorites. EPISODE28 – A Shark On Your Girlfriend? is good too, but feel free to pick any random episode and I hope you have a good time. Thanks.

  46. March 14, 2010 11:26 PM

    Hey, if you are still taking suggestions I thought I might post one here

    Cult of Personality Podcast is a comedic show that covers a variety of pop culture topics. We have talked about TV show spin-offs, movie remakes, debated the best titles and sports names, created our own holiday and theme restaurant and even made up fake products on the fly. Usually funny and always vulgar, the hosts each try to bring their own perspectives to the topic at hand. We hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoy recording. And remember, Cult of Personality Podcast…it’s better than a kick in the nuts.

    http://www.podcastalley.com/podcast_details.php?pod_id=75117

  47. Lynne permalink
    April 3, 2010 5:50 PM

    Have you never reviewed Coverville? Search on your site isn’t finding it. If not, you should do so immediately.

  48. Brian Bondragazon permalink
    April 12, 2010 2:11 AM

    I’ve recently found a podcast I love, and thought you might want to check it out…. it’s called “Reel Pour” and I found it on itunes. What they do is go and see a movie in theaters every week and then pair a bottle of wine with it based on a couple of different factors. Then they open the bottle and taste it on air describing what they taste (which is really interesting by itself), and discuss both the movie and the wine, then review both. It’s really interesting and I’m even learning about wine with them being condescending. You can really feel their passions for both wine and movies. I’m also a fan of Filmspotting, Creative Screen writing magazine podcast, the classic tales podcast, the moth podcast and a bunch of others.

  49. April 13, 2010 11:25 PM

    Please review the Bald and Bitter Show. We’ve don’t have to much outside input into the quality of our show, because our fans kiss our ass.

    http://baldandbitter.com

    itunes: The bald and bitter show

    facebook and twitter bald and bitter

    and currently in a tight race with marc maron for #1 at thepodcastfan.com

  50. April 18, 2010 5:07 PM

    Hi, I’m Paul Edward Gabriel, a Rhode Island -based singer-songwriter. Been doing a podcast,
    “Freewheelin’ with Paul Edward Gabriel”, since Sept. ’09. Just started doing one-on-one interviews
    last week. Check it out, give me some feedback!

    Podcast: “Freewheelin’ with Paul Edward Gabriel”
    Singer-songwriter; music, commentary, chat; eclectic

    Apple iTunes Link:
    http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=332815521

    Search: freewheelin’ with paul

    Website: Paul Edward Gabriel / HESPERUS MUSIC (BMI)
    ACTIVE LINK : http://web.mac.com/hesperusmusic
    Search: hesperus music bmi

  51. April 20, 2010 7:04 PM

    Hey, Jeremy! Could you please, pretty please review Chicken Fried Radio? We’d be more than happy to return the favor by pimping your blog on the show.

    It’s a topical comedy show based in Austin, TX, and we’ve been doing it for five years now. Here’s a recent review from a local university paper:

    http://www.southwestern.edu/studentlife/orgs/megaphone/2010/04/07/chicken-fried-radio/

    We will most definitely share your review, whether positive or negative, on the show.

    Thanks,
    Christian Huey

  52. April 26, 2010 8:58 PM

    “Kevin Carmichael’s Greenfingers” is pretty funny, and it could use a bump in listeners! 🙂

    It’s at http://www.greenfingerspodcast.blogspot.com/.

  53. May 11, 2010 8:34 PM

    Please check out my podcast about new and unsigned bands. I’ve a huge passion for artists/bands who are unsigned and just need a chance. I play their music and interview bands and do all i can to promote their music.

  54. May 26, 2010 3:24 PM

    The Inverse Delirium, a slightly twisted podcast by Geoffrey Welchman. A humorous take on public radio and life in this America.

    Inspired by: The Goons, Monty Python, Firesign Theater, Mr. Show, Word Jazz, Lily Tomlin, and Chappelle’s Show, among others.

    On iTunes and Facebook. Thanks. gw

  55. June 3, 2010 1:20 AM

    Hey, I really enjoy the website, and we’d love to see a review of our little dog and pony show at http://skinner.fm/category/Flash%20Pulp/ – we do short fiction three times weekly, in the classic style of ’30s and ’40s pulp radio and magazine.

    Thanks for taking the time to consider it, and keep up the great work (when you get a chance 😉 )!

    ( iTunes at: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=367726315 )

  56. June 5, 2010 9:28 PM

    Hello Jeremy,

    I love your site. Anyone who gives these podcasts a little more attention is awesome.

    We would be honored if you would check out our video podcast. It is called ‘Movies You May Have Missed.” The two hosts are just regular dudes, who love movies. They talk about the films that they feel people should see, but they …May Have Missed. 😉

    Here’s a link to our 1-year anniversary episode that basically pokes fun at what we’ve done over the last year. It gives you a great sense of who we are:
    http://mymhm.tv/blog/2010/5/5/52-the-movies-you-may-have-missed-one-year-anniversary-spect.html

    And here’s a link to one of our recent episodes, where we reviewed an indie film that was getting an extremely limited release:

    http://mymhm.tv/blog/2010/4/21/50-timer.html

    Thanks!

  57. June 9, 2010 10:00 AM

    Too late, there’s another Spilt Milk (or spilled if you’re of US stock), but never mind – ours is out there too now.

    Not about food, but just as tasty, we promise.

    Think word play, poetic glee, and trashed organs…

    http://spiltmilkmag.jellycast.com/audio/play/4

  58. June 16, 2010 4:21 PM

    Hello, I like your podcast and would like to hear your thoughts on another podcast I enjoy.

    It is called topical creamer and they talk about crazy stuff.

    http://topicalcreamer.podbean.com/

    Thank you

  59. June 24, 2010 10:25 PM

    I’d like to submit my podcast Shut Up Tim!: A Podcast by Robby… a podcast focusing on pop culture but conversation leads to much darker places…

    also if you would like to review a horror film podcast, check out Toxic Graveyard at toxic-graveyard.com

    thanks

  60. June 28, 2010 3:50 AM

    I’d really like it if you could review my comedy podcast Life is Bullshit. It’s very funny. Despite the name it’s not a bunch of complaining or ranting, and I actually find it incredibly uplifting.

    The Website:
    http://life-is-bullshit.blogspot.com

    The iTunes Link:
    http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=348799258

    Appreciate all you do – love the site, keep up the good work!

    -Mark

  61. August 5, 2010 9:28 AM

    I just wanted to recommend a really funny podcast Called “The Satan and the Lord Show”
    Not for the easily offended, but really hilarious, and a fun unique slant on the tired movie review show.

  62. August 10, 2010 2:45 PM

    http://movielaymen.wordpress.com, give us a listen, we will give you a plug!! shameless……

  63. August 23, 2010 4:18 PM

    Well, as I’m one never to let an opportunity to be insulted pass, I believe I’ll humbly request a review of the Dysfunctional Parrot Podcast.

    Feed: http://dysfunctionalparrot.com/?feed=podcast

    iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/dysfunctional-parrot/id368157979

    First off, it has nothing to do with birds. It’s a “topic of the day” type podcast that comes from a cynical, pragmatic Christian worldview that tries to have some fun. News, politics, religion…the usual. Hey, thanks for even offering this service. Wish more people did this.

  64. September 1, 2010 3:19 AM

    We have a decent following, but with our question answer format the more fans that participate the better. Its a fun light hearted show where the hosts try to answer questions fed in from the fans.

    http://www.ArbitraryTalk.com
    http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/arbitrary-talk/id296190509

  65. September 9, 2010 11:48 PM

    I humbly submit our podcast http://www.thedollarbin.net for consideration. We have a rotating group of 7 individuals who cover all aspects of comics culture and we manage to come out 50 of the 52 weeks per year. I have included a few links to our most popular episodes.
    http://www.thedollarbin.net/shows/sweet-christmas.html
    http://www.thedollarbin.net/shows/interview-christopher-priest-part-1.html
    http://www.thedollarbin.net/shows/interview-tom-defalco-and-ron-frenz-part-1.html

  66. September 24, 2010 9:47 AM

    Hi Jeremy,

    We (The Ministry of Geek) would really appreciate you reviewing our emergent podcast — The Ministry of Geek — the musings of a couple of Kiwi (New Zealand) geeks chatting about tech news, geek issues and other random matters, in a 30-40 minute episodic, light-hearted and entertaining format. We’ve got 6 episodes under our belt (of which the last two have much improved audio quality after investing in a decent microphone!)

    We’re in iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/the-ministry-of-geek/id385523983 or directly from our blog: http://theministryofgeek.wordpress.com

    Kind regards,
    Richard F

    The Ministry of Geek

  67. October 22, 2010 11:57 PM

    You should definitely take a listen to Megaboom. It was just posted on the front page of itunes, which makes it easy to find. Current events, pop culture, the best burrito in LA, basically anything can turn up in a show.

    Find us on itunes:

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/megaboom/id343111201

    It’s free!

  68. October 25, 2010 4:25 PM

    From Afro-beat to Seventies Soul, Reggae, late sixties rock, 90’s Rap… It’s all in the mixes, almost 60 differents mixes.
    Classed in the Top Funk/Soul Category on site Mixcloud based on a listener and editorial choice.

    Take a listen…

  69. November 11, 2010 4:07 PM

    This is the podcast Theme Park Talk new but really want some feedback!

    http://www.themeparktalk.com/podcast-2

  70. December 15, 2010 2:23 AM

    I’d love to see your review on this nuttiest nutters in the TF fanbase. I love each show they do, even if it never stays on track.

  71. December 15, 2010 3:32 AM

    Hi!

    I write children’s poetry and decided to create a podcast of me reading them – for children who don’t have my book, for those who want to read along or just listen in the car.
    So far, I’ve only read published poems (52), and they’re in the same order as the book. But now that my Podcast has been out for a month, I’ll start adding more new and unpublished poems…
    Anything to give parents a few minutes break while sparking the imaginations of their children!

    I’d love it if you’d review my work:

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/carrie-heyes/id400111814

  72. rhodeuk permalink
    January 14, 2011 7:38 AM

    Hi,

    Just launchaed audio comedy podcast at http://www.whatisfinsbury.com and iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/finsbury/id414625053

    Please download and review!

    Thanks

    Will

  73. January 20, 2011 11:26 PM

    http://theicepodcast.podbean.com/feed/

    check my show out please.

  74. January 20, 2011 11:43 PM

    Paradigms is a radio show/podcast that bring together interviews with inspiring inspired people and music. The show is broadcast on internet station WBKM.org in Burlington, Vermont ans the podcasts are available at http://paradigms.bz

    Guests have included Buffy Sainte-Marie, Holly Near, Adrian Belew, David Bromberg, Sinéad O’Connor, Starhawk, and many others.

    I hope people will check out Paradigms and will enjoy it!

  75. January 26, 2011 4:33 PM

    Hello- I really enjoy your podcast reviews and have been for some time.

    Brand new Podcast!

    Hosted by Michael McFarland, Shawn Wickens & John Lippi, here is a new podcast. Injecting some humor into philanthropy, we interview artists, musicians, taste makers, & social innovators that are worth knowing about and make the world a better place in their own way.

    Hope you enjoy and feel free to e-mail us with any questions.

    Michael, Shawn and John

  76. February 25, 2011 9:54 PM

    “We Hate Movies!” podcast, also on iTunes. Let us know what you think!

  77. March 15, 2011 8:06 PM

    I’ve been doing a podcast for about 6 months about cult movies. Either I’ll get comedians to come on the show to review and make fun of a movie or I’ll have an interview with someone who’s been in or made a cult hit. Often both in one episode. THe show is fun and fast moving.

    We also have some comedy bits.

    Past guests have included, actors from Uwe Boll’s films, from “Pluto Nash,” “Troll 2” and “Dirty Love” among others.

    Comedians have included, Todd Levin (Conan), Adam Felber (npr), Al Madrigal, Steve Agee and Chris Spencer.

    check it out on itunes or proudlyresents.com

  78. April 3, 2011 3:52 PM

    Hey, I’d like to throw my podcast into the mix. It’s called “Awkward Moments with Collin A. Bullock”, and it involves me interviewing various people and making everybody real uncomfortable. You can find it on iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/awkward-moments-collin-a-bullock/id423082712 or at awkwardmoments.podbean.com.

    Thanks!

  79. April 21, 2011 11:14 PM

    An iTunes “new and noteworthy”, Myoclonic Jerk is an eclectic mix of philosophy and comedy. Each episode tackles a different subject using monologue, interviews, comedy, stories, music and more. Hope you enjoy it.
    http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/myoclonic-jerk/id396382953

  80. Dean permalink
    April 26, 2011 6:03 PM

    The Peacock and Gamble podcast may be the funniest comedy podcast out there at the moment. It needs much more recognition than it has, though word of mouth has done a lot for it considering they aren’t big names.

  81. June 16, 2011 10:29 PM

    I produce a fiction podcast called Scary Stories with Craig Nybo. It’s a mix of horror and sci-fi short stories read by the author and enhanced with music and sound effects.

    If you have a second, I would love it if you would check it out and write an honest review.

    My information:

    Name: Craig Nybo
    I am the writer and producer.
    Podcast name: Scary Stories with Craig Nybo
    Itunes URL: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id414481106
    Podcast url: http://www.craignybo.com
    My email address: cnybo@mediarif.com

    Yours truly,

    Craig Nybo

    Thanks for your time.

  82. June 16, 2011 10:58 PM

    I have a podcast called the Fantasy Movie Podcast, which reviews as you might expect Fantasy Movies. I would like to submit it for your consideration for a possible review. We have been around for about two years now, so there should be plenty of episodes to choose from if you decide to review us. If not, that’s cool too. You provide a great service for podcasters. Its hard to get any comments about a podcast, let alone an actual review of the show itself.

    Podcast name: Fantasy Movie Podcast
    url: http://www.fantasymoviepodcast.com

  83. June 19, 2011 10:56 AM

    We’re a week away from posting the last episode of Series 1 of We Are Not Alone (1950s Sci-Fi Sketch Comedy Podcast), before recording our summer special, which will be released in time for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
    You can listen here: http://www.wearenotalone.co.uk
    Enjoy!

  84. rhodders permalink
    July 14, 2011 4:24 PM

    Hi, enjoying reading your reviews. I would be very grateful if you were to review my show. My podcasts are edited highlights of radio shows I present on a student radio stations and various Internet radio stations.

    Name- The Rhodders FM Rhodcast
    Website- http://radio.rhodders.com/ iTunes- http://itunes.rhodders.com Feed- http://feeds.feedburner.com/rhoddersfm

    DESCRIPTION: The show is an irreverent ramble through life, guided by a confused philosopher, a grumpy chemist and a whole cast of crazies.
    Expect fun features, surreal humour, great guests and bags of interactivity. The listeners are what make the show. We want everyone at the edge of their seats and involved in the mayhem.

  85. July 26, 2011 11:16 AM

    Hey there,

    Maybe you could take a look at the MSI: Music Scene Investigation video podcast when you find the time. Each week we review 3 random songs submitted by unsigned and indie artists and at the end of each show we decided on a Song Of The Week to be promoted through our website and social networks. Our reviews are based on an honest and truthful, one listen only basis and we try to cover the quality of songwriting, mixing, production, arrangement as well as personal taste.

    Every week we are joined by a guest panelist who is an expert in their field, and have been joined by award winning songwriter John Schroeder, Britain’s Best Blues drummer for 5 years concurrent Sam Kelly, Singer/Songwriter/Producer Paul Miro as well as journalists, radio DJ’s, indie music website owners and more…

    Check out the website and watch the shows at http://msi.icweekly.net

    Thanks for your time!

  86. Sarah permalink
    July 30, 2011 4:10 AM

    The Whiskey Brothers

    It’s a comedy podcast and is quite possibly the funniest thing I’ve ever heard in my life. You should review so that I know it’s not just me that digs it.

    http://www.praisewhiskey.com

  87. August 16, 2011 2:53 AM

    Howdy –

    I stumbled onto your site while looking for avenues on how to promote my weekly podcast – which is posted every Wednesday (and sometimes Friday’s).

    I’d love for you to give it a listen!

    Here is a description of the show:

    The Bumperpodcast is an oftentimes hilarious weekly romp around Headquarters, in Coffee-Can Alley, with Natty Bumpercar and his entire gaggle of pals! Giggle in wonder as Robot sneaks into the studio. Smile with joy when Baby Bumpercar visits the studio. Stare with amazement when Doodle Poodle and a bunch of other characters say a lot of things about a lot of things and just know that Pig is the best pig that has ever stepped to a microphone – ever. A lot of tremendous stuff can happen in a short amount of time – and we prove that every week on the Bumperpodcast!

    Here is a link to the archive … We’ve got 91 episodes up!

    http://www.nattybumpercar.com/bumperpodcast-archive/

    New shows are posted on the blog each Wednesday.

    http://www.nattybumpercar.com/

    Thanks for your time … Let me know if you have any questions.

    Thanks a ton,

    – Natty Bumpercar

  88. August 31, 2011 6:04 PM

    Check out my podcast “Proudly Resents.” Tell me what you think…
    proudlyresents.com

  89. September 18, 2011 12:38 AM

    Hey, I’ve been listening to the Distorted View show for a few months, and it’s my favorite podcast, or show, EVER!! Tim Henson has been runningg the show since 1996. From 1996- 2003 he broadcasted live from the TellMe phone network. In 2004 he started using the newfangled podcast technology to send out his show. He’s still at it, with over 1300 episodes since 2004. Since 2007 he’s been running the Distorted View Sideshow, which is a special subscription service that allows paying listeners access to every episode, including many from the pre- podcast shows (plus bonus episodes and videocasts). The show features 3 distinct segments: First, a silly or gross song/remix/parody/mash- up, then the theme song and Tim playing and commenting on funny audio. (Every tuesday, Tim replaces this segment with him reading a gross/bizzare/poorly written sex story.) Next, he reads and comments on crazy bizzare twisted and effed- up news. Finally, he plays and replies to voicemails sent in by his (perhaps half- retarded) listeners and one more song. I listened to it in first in march, but was turned off by the news story about a dead baby. Since then I’ve realized how hilarious that stuff is. PS Tim has recently stopped updating because of his dying father, but there’s still a couple month’s worth of episodes on the site.

  90. October 4, 2011 11:18 AM

    Hi there,

    Your reviews are great. Thats why we here at Captain SIB HQ would love you to check out ours. You can find our shows at http://captainsib.com

    We look forward to hearing from you.

    Thanks
    Captain SIB

  91. November 8, 2011 12:50 AM

    Hello there,
    My name is Adam Nicol, and I run both a website and many podcasts at The Old Oilhouse ( http://oldoilhouse.weebly.com/ ) as well as being a co-owner of a site that deals mostly in podcast publishing at The Nerdsphere Network (http://www.thenerdsphere.blogspot.com/)

    I was wondering if it was possible to ask for The Old Oilhouse to get a review or some such. We’ve been going for over two years now, and grown from a Transformers Podcast to a geek -based shows, that deals with everything from terrible movies to the newest Thundercats episodes.

    I hope to hear back from you

    Adam

  92. November 13, 2011 1:30 AM

    Hi there,

    We’re a newly developed cast, still finding our feet but we’d love it if you could take a listen and give us a bit of a review 🙂

    Essentially, we just talk about films for about an hour!

    You can find us at http://www.adisappointingcast.com or http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/a-disappointing-cast/id475211438

    Thanks very much!

    Jude, Mike & Sam

  93. lewispackwood permalink
    November 17, 2011 5:09 PM

    Hello! I just stumbled across your site, it’s great! I shall enjoy digging through the pages looking for new podcasts to listen to…

    I’ve recently started a podcast dedicated to film reviews, it would be great if you could give it a listen. It’s called ‘101 Films You Should Have Seen… Probably’, and the idea is that my co-host and I recommend films to each other, as well as taking recommendations from the audience. Here’s the RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/101films and here’s the iTunes link: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/101-films-you-should-have/id473933904

    Hope you enjoy it!

  94. November 18, 2011 10:37 AM

    Hello Be Boppers and Doo Woppers. I just wanted to tell you about the Doo Wop Vault. If listeners on Terrestrial Radio missed the program, all they have to do is go to my 24/7 podcast at http://www.doowopvault.podomatic.com The Doo Wop Vault is not your typical “oldies” show, it is areal collectors showcase, chock full of rare 1950’S early 60’s Doo Wop, r&b vocal groups and acappella, not heard on any other show, plus the legends.We play cuts that’ll make your back crack, your knees freeze and your liver quiver. give it a listen. Enjoythe tunes.

  95. December 5, 2011 11:47 PM

    Great site Jeremy!

    I host a podcast here in Atlantic Canada called “Sounds Like An Earful”; all about getting curious with our ears. We talk about music and sound design, but keep it rooted in day to day life. I ask friends and strangers to participate in lots of cool sound experiments as well as write and record all of the original music. I’d definitely appreciate your ears if you have some free time to check it out!

    http://www.soundslikeanearful.com

    All the best,
    Christopher

  96. December 13, 2011 10:02 AM

    check out “Dream Tweet” on itunes and twitter. it’s a game show where you have to guess the celebrity twitterer. very funny.
    http://tinyurl.com/6rdnkmy

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