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  1. We have a wrestling podcast thread but not, as far as I can see, a thread that is in anyway recent about podcasts. So I put it to you EWB! Let us discuss what podcasts exists and whatnot. I'm spending a lot of time on buses lately so they're becoming a good way to kill time. The non-wrestling related podcasts I am listening to: Go Bayside - April Richardson invites guests (including Chris Hardwick, Paul F. Tompkins and former WWE writer Jensen Karp) to discuss an episode of Saved By The Bell. Episodes run about 40 mins at most and it's usually one episode per-podcast. Get Up On This - Every Tuesday Jensen Karp (former WWE writer/rapper/guy who runs a gallery), Matt Robinson (director of The Invention of Lying) plus a guest (they've had Maria, Colt Cabana, James Iha and lots of people) talk about things they believe more people should know about. Then once a month they switch and do Get Up Off This where Matt Robinson hosts and they discuss things people should stop doing. Lots of hip-hop gets brought up on it but also films, apps, books, tv shows and stuff. Radiodrome - Josh Hadley, 'The Cinema Snob' Brad Jones and Alex Jowski talk about various topics to do with cult films and TV. Although Brad Jones is apparently leaving the show to do a new podcast and... He is kinda what makes it listenable... Too Soon - Every week Stephanie Micklus has a stand up comedian on to talk about how they make jokes about terrible real life things that have happened to them. It can be a little bit... Harrowing, but it's interesting to hear stand ups talk about turning divorces or death or serious illnesses into comedy material.
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