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My First Sketch

My First Sketch

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My First Sketch, hosted by Josh Higham, talks with sketch comedians about their first attempt to make an audience laugh, what made them laugh growing up, and what they've learned in their experiences. My First Sketch is presented by Philly Sketchfest.
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Left Handed Radio is an indie narrative comedy podcast hosted, written and produced by Anna Rubanova and Adam Bozarth. It features some of the funniest, talented comedians from across the country. The show is a hybrid of sketch comedy, audio plays, satirical short stories and parodies of podcasts and public radio programming. For our back catalogue, visit our new Patreon!
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SketchySketchSketchShow

SketchySketchSketchShow

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Each week sketch writers submit sketches, actors read sketches, and a writer's room punches them up. This show is all about sketch comedy! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sketchysketchsketchshow/support
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SketchCraft: Comics and Books

Rob "Sketchcraft" Duenas

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Welcome to "Sketchcraft: Comics and Books", your gateway to the mesmerizing universe of graphic storytelling and conceptual creativity. Journey with Sketchcraft, a seasoned concept artist and cartoonist, as he unearths the masterpieces of indie creatives and industry heavyweights. It's not just a show, but your passport to the vibrant world of panels and pages. With a changing cast of narrative connoisseurs unpacking captivating plots, fresh insights abound. Whether you're a graphic novel en ...
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Fetch-A-Sketch

Jay Aaseng/Simplify Productions

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Fetch-A-Sketch is a podcast featuring bite-sized scripted sketch comedy. And quite frankly, nothing else. PG-13 adjacent. Created by actor/writer/producer/jackass Jay Aaseng.
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Sketch Nerds

Bad Medicine

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Sketch Nerds is a comedy podcast about the craft of sketch comedy. Andy, Seth and Julian chat with fellow sketch nerds from comedy troupes, theaters, and festivals to breakdown your favorite sketches to figure out what works, what doesn't and why. If you're a student of sketch comedy or love shows like Saturday Night Live, Monty Python, and Key & Peele then you will enjoy this podcast. To join our conversation please submit your comments or favorite sketches to @badmedicinedc with the hashta ...
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Victrola! is a monthly smorgasbord of audio-phonic chaos. Sketch comedy culled together from improvised bits and forged into a single, mighty podcast! Brought to you by the fine folks at Austin's ColdTowne Theater. Written by and Starring Michael Jastroch, Bob McNichol, Bryan Roberts, Lance Gilstrap, Cortnie Jones and Jericho Thorp. Produced by Michael Jastroch, in collaboration with our good friends at Got Your Back! (http://GYBPOD.com) http://victrolapod.com http://coldtownetheater.com
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Sketchbook Audio

Ryan "Sketch"

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I am an automotive designer but people are always asking me, "what does that mean"? And, how do you "design" a car? My favorite question, though, is what makes "good" design? This podcast will answer all of those questions and more as we talk about the latest in automotive trends, major car shows like NAIAS and SEMA, and what influences these designs. Every now and again, I'll talk product design too. So come on, check out an episode or two and let's take this journey together!
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Sketching Out

Cold Plates

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In Sketching Out – two British doctors hang up their stethoscopes to administer a weekly dose of surreal sketch and improv comedy. In a serious world, take time to be silly. Follow along on Instagram and Twitter: instagram.com/coldplatescomedy twitter.com/coldplatecomedy Get in touch at: coldplatescomedy.com
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The Second Sketch

The Second Sketch

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Our sketch show gives feminism a voice. A silly voice. The Second Sketch condenses the concerns and contradictions of modern day feminism into 15-minute chunks for your amusement. Written by Josie Throup and Kit Foxley.
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What The Sketch

What The Sketch

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“What the Sketch” is a sketch comedy podcast brought to you by El. It’s the perfect podcast if you want a little more substance than your iTunes playlists but don’t have the time to finally commit to a true crime escapade. And hopefully you think it's funny. Get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Cheers! wthesketch@gmail.com
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Sketch Watch Play

John Fleury

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Join two friends, animators, and complete geeks who talk film, TV, cartoons, and video games every two weeks, as they take time to discuss their latest pop culture experiences and hand-pick various titles, series, and topics old and new for in-depth and often funny discussions.
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Next Level Sketch

Next Level Sketch

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Brand spanking new sketches from Next Level Sketch, a London comedy collective who put on sketch comedy nights at Hoopla Impro when the government allows us. When they don’t, we record podcast episodes instead. These sketches are best taken aurally. Sketch is for everyone, and we invite writers and performers from all backgrounds to be part of Next Level Sketch. Check out our diversity page at www.nextlevelsketch.com on how you can join us, take a free sketch crash course with Gemma Arrowsmi ...
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A (weekly) podcast about art and media. We discuss general artistic topics aswell as movies, shows, comics, music etc. Check out our YouTube Channel for additional video content! follow us on twitter @sketch_cast (https://twitter.com/sketch_cast) submit your drawings with the #sketchwithus on Twitter!
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Frequency Earth | A Sci-Fi Sketch Comedy Podcast

Rob Schultz and Russell August Anderson

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In the distant future, archeo-astronomer Jeffrey Lutz travels the stars collecting broadcasts from Earth. A scripted sci-fi comedy podcast by Rob Schultz and Russell August Anderson, Frequency Earth is a blend of sitcom - the adventures of a guy traveling through space - and sketch comedy - the transmissions he picks up from Earth.
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A comedy sketch show from the absurd minds of Tim and Simon. Written, performed and produced by Tim Barnes and Simon Berry, music by Stephen Davey. This show uses sound effects from the Freesound Community. Full credits can be found at www.timandsimon.co.uk/credits
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Sketchy Crypto

Paolo & AJ

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A bull market inducing comedy sketch show. Including: interviews with some famous people in the space, the dodgy altcoin dealer, the rude crypto chart analysts, funny coin ads, conferences and a lot more. Why not support us on Pateron: https://www.patreon.com/sketchycrypto
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Sketch Zone

Sketch Zone

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The Sketch Zone podcast is a free, weekly podcast the brings together creative professionals to talk about a wide variety of topics associated with the creative arts industry. Join Carlos R. Gomez, Jack Kasprzak, and Charlie B. Williams III as they host various creative artists and discuss a range of topics associated to the world of creative arts.
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#1 Doctor recommended sketch comedy podcast. Recommended by nearly all the doctors we’ve bribed. Except Dr. Patel. He thinks it’s bullshit. Fuck you, Dr. Patel, give us our money back! New episode every Monday (if we remember to hit the Publish button). We’re very busy, okay?
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This week, Josh talks to Seyoung Kim (@partytrick_sketch) about standup in college, sketch comedy after the pandemic, and so much more. Party Trick is performing at LiveWire, the monthly show for the sketch house teams at the Magnet Theater in New York City on Tuesday, May 21 at 9pm along with Malarkey. Tickets and more information at magnettheater…
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In this bonus Mother's Day episode, co-hosts Raphael, Robert, and Sensae, joined by Miracle, a young man interested in joining Ujamaa Place for its umoja (Swahili word for unity), pay tribute to the most influential women in their lives.Από τον Ujamaa Place: A Black Man’s Sketch
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After Voyager is hurled into the Delta Quadrant and the Caretaker's array is destroyed, Janeway decides to start podcasting to unwind. With the help of a junior engineer, Ensign Brebb, she launches the "Podcast Program" in the ship's Holodeck. __ Every episode of the JPP takes place immediately after the events of a Star Trek: Voyager episode, so t…
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In this episode, Rachel tells us the story of a murderous (and all-around POS) minister and Kiki brings us the disappearance of Melanie James. Then we discuss "Hell's Half Acre: The Untold Story of the Benders, a Serial Killer Family on the American Frontier" by Susan Jonusas. We end with a brief chat about "daddy" Pedro Pascal, Star Trek, and The …
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This week, Josh talks to Beth Ann Powers (@railscomedy) about starting a theater troupe in Minnesota, teaching theater in the DMV, and joining Rails. You can also find Rails all over social media at @railscomedy. To highlight a couple shows: Etch A Sketch on Wednesday, May 15 and The Character Show on Wednesday, May 29, both at DC Arts Center. Tick…
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It's been a couple of weeks, so we are late getting this episode out. In this episode, Kiki covers the murder of Peggy Carr (aka The Mensa Murder) and Rachel brings us the disappearance of Shrell Whitfield. And, as always, we talk chat about what we've been reading and watching. In our next episode (episode 16), we will be reading our next book: "H…
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This week, Josh talks to Nick Ryan (@funinmoderation) about indie sketch in NYC, being in the background of SNL, and so much more. A lot of chances to see Nick and the rest of Fun in Moderation. You can catch Fun in Moderation at Caveat Sketch Sampler on May 10 at 9:30 at Caveat in New York City; at Austin Sketchfest on May 23 at the Coldtowne Thea…
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In this final episode of The Sketchnote Army Podcast season 15, we have compiled the tips from nine great visual thinkers into a single episode. We hope these tips will inspire and encourage you on your visual thinking journey. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketch…
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Shane and Nick finally arrive to confront Rebecca and whoever else is behind the mystery behind Nick's false life. They both are forced to make choices that will effect them forever and some do not survive....:::Beer Of The Week:::.The Finnish Long Drinkhttps://www.thelongdrink.com/#Podcast@SketchyNonsense.comwww.SketchyNonsense.comFacebook.com/Ske…
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In this episode, Julian Kücklich shares his journey—from childhood, where drawing was an innate talent, to academic pursuits and his discovery of design. Julian discusses how creativity and innovation provide visual solutions that blend storytelling, graphic recording, and visual strategy effortlessly. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sket…
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On this episode of The Sketchy Show, the new manager of the Uptown Bazaar makes the rounds, 2 Knights of the Pentagon Table make a new friend, and David Pring stops for some grub while waiting for his flight. This episode of The Sketchy Show is brought to you by Liquid Donuts.Από τον Sketchy, the improv sketch comedy robot
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"Permission to podcast freely, Captain?" Made by Trekkies for Trekkies, "The Janeway Podcast Program" is a richly sound-designed chat show that delivers world-building recaps at warp speed. Every episode of the JPP takes place immediately after the events of a Star Trek: Voyager episode, so the characters can say how they REALLY feel about it. Reli…
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In this episode, Kiki covers Aum Shinrikyo and the 1995 Tokyo Subway Sarin Attack, while Rachel brings us the disappearance of Jewel Paul Wheeler. Then we have a brief chat about what we've been reading and watching and doing. Side note: We were drinking Boba Tea while recording, so apologies for the slurping noises. Our next book is "Hell's Half A…
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In this episode, Alan Chen, co-founder of Sh8peshifters, shares how his passion for drawing, comics, and film helps him blend sketches, human-centered design, and storytelling principles into clear, impactful visual solutions for his clients. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect …
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We have only good things to say about The Annual Migration of Clouds by Premee Mohamed (2021), though that doesn’t extend to the term “hopepunk” used in the marketing copy. Is this post-apocalyptic novella set in Alberta the best specifically Canadian piece of science fiction out there? We make the case that it is. Download the Podcast (archive.org…
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In this episode, Deb Aoki reflects on a childhood immersed in manga and anime and how this experience, combined with her journalism background, amplifies her visual storytelling skills. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting, available on iOS, Windows, and And…
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In this long-awaited episode, Laurens delves into an insightful conversation with Lauren Green, a celebrated artist, certified visual facilitator, and the visionary behind Dancing with Markers. Lauren shares her unique journey from the world of professional dance to the vibrant arena of visual facilitation, highlighting the beautiful intersection o…
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Join us as Laurens introduces the remarkable Alfredo Carlo, a luminary in the realm of graphic facilitation and the founder of Housatonic Design Network, based in Bologna. Alfredo shares his passion for blending art and facilitation, aiming to simplify complex ideas and foster understanding. With a journey that began in the vibrant spaces of MG Tay…
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In this episode, Rachel covers the suicide of Nex Benedict and the murders of Pebbles LaDime "Dime" Doe and Brianna Ghey, while Kiki brings us the disappearance of Deng Vongphachan. Then we chat about books and shows and Star Trek underwear. Our next book is "Hell's Half Acre: The Untold Story of the Benders, a Serial Killer Family on the American …
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In this episode, Jimi Holstebro discusses identifying gaps, pursuing education to fill them, and seamlessly integrating acquired skills into his work, all while enjoying the process. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting, available on iOS, Windows, and Androi…
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This week, Josh talks to Jana Gillis about NL Sketchfest, moving from Newfoundland to Toronto and back, and so much more. NL Sketchfest runs at the Hub in Saint John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador from April 3 through April 7. Follow them on Instagram at @nlsketchfest. Jana will be performing at NL Sketchfest in Saint John’s on Sunday, April 7 in the…
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In this episode, Claire Ohlenschlager, an avid doodler, shares how she developed her sketchnoting practice, found a thriving sketchnoting community, and awakened her passion for teaching. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting, available on iOS, Windows, and A…
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Easter is a hard one. Really, the only reason I enjoy Easter is because I love Cadbury Eggs, Deviled Eggs, and egg-shaped decorations. They might as well just call it "Egg Day" for me. However, there is a lot of religion mixed in with those eggs. Some of that religion has to do with a mythical creature that defied logic and physics, and the other h…
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In this episode, Kiki talks about the Goyenas murders and Rachel brings us the disappearance of Kit Mora. We also discuss the book "Unmask Alice: LSD, Satanic Panic, and the Imposter Behind the World's Most Notorious Diaries" by Rick Emerson (and "Go Ask Alice"). Our next book is "Hell's Half Acre: The Untold Story of the Benders, a Serial Killer F…
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Pierpaolo Barresi shares how he’s always dreamed of creating something significant. He founded Yobi Scribes, an Italian company that uses creativity, art, games, and communal enjoyment to help achieve business objectives. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting…
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This week, Josh talks to Grace Fennell (Grace and the Gang) about cease and desists, wanting to be the star, and more. Grace and the Gang is performing at DC Sketchfest Thursday, March 21 at 7:30 at the DC Improv along with Pressed from Chicago and Maple Daddies from Seattle. Tickets are sold out. Here in Philly, Philly Sketchfest Presents, on Frid…
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In this episode, Alina Gutierrez reflects on her childhood passion for art, her work as a banker, and how her banking experience led to her career in graphic facilitation. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting, available on iOS, Windows, and Android. Concepts…
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This week, Josh talks to Kristi Schaffner about dancing in Oklahoma, becoming a pirate, and Forevermore. Forevermore is performing at DC Sketchfest Wednesday, March 20, at the DC Arts Center in the 7:30 block along with Bring Your Own Bob. But then Forevermore and Bring Your Own Bob are coming here to Philly on Friday, March 22. Philly Sketchfest P…
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This is a long one, y'all. Rachel brings us part 2 of the Lucy Letby case for episode 11. Kiki talks about missing 12-year-old Lori Analise Paige. We also talk (briefly) about what we've watched and read since episode 10. Our next book is "Unmask Alice: LSD, Satanic Panic, and the Imposter Behind the World's Most Notorious Diaries" by Rick Emerson.…
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Alejo Porras, driven by a passionate pursuit of challenges, shares how embodying a can-do attitude has significantly propelled personal growth and career advancement. Beyond business success, Alejo is motivated by a desire to be a good father and husband and positively impact others. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast…
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This week, Josh talks to Yena Frick about Maddy Night Live, Galentine’s Day, and the comedy scene in Baltimore. You can see Yena’s group, Forevermore Sketch, at DC Sketchfest on Wednesday, March 20, in the 7:30 block along with Bring Your Own Bob at the DC Arts Center. And if you live in Philly, Forevermore and Bring Your Own Bob will both be comin…
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In this first episode of season 15, Maggie Appleton shares her career journey from art and anthropology into web design, illustration, and product design for AI research tools that help researchers make sense of information. Maggie and Mike discuss the interesting challenge of living in the era of AI and large language models — how visual thinkers …
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Ever Heard of Fisker? Or Fisker Automotive? Or how about Henrik Fisker ? Whether you have or haven't heard or Fisker, you should have a listen about basically, everything Fisker --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sketchbookaudio/message
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Rachel brings us another two-parter for episode 10. This time it's on the Lucy Letby case. There's no missing person this week for reasons explained in the episode. We also talk about what we've watched and read since episode 9. Our next book is "Unmask Alice: LSD, Satanic Panic, and the Imposter Behind the World's Most Notorious Diaries" by Rick E…
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This week, Josh talks to TNutt (@inactionnetwork) about moving to Philly, being an extrovert, and coming back after the pandemic. February 28, Sketch Ball featuring InAction Network and Jai Nim doing some musical comedy to open up. 730pm at Plays and Players Skinner Studio on the third floor. $15 tickets available at sketchballphilly.com/tickets Yo…
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There is some very interesting news going around about the Biden Administration potentially reversing or slowing its push for Evie's here in the United States which could have implications the world over. But what does that mean for the automotive market and buyer? Well basically, right now would be the best time to get an EV because dealerships ar…
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In this episode, Kiki tells us the stories of Mary Bell and the Parker-Hulme murder case and Rachel brings us the disappearance of Danyanira Marquez. We also talk 90s teen classic 10 Things I Hate About You and cults. Our next book is "Unmask Alice: LSD, Satanic Panic, and the Imposter Behind the World's Most Notorious Diaries" by Rick Emerson. We …
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Brother Ra and Manny are in OMG Studio B having a conversation with ABMS Producer Monique Linder about what it meant to take part in the studios grand opening celebration and to be recording A Black Man's Sketch in a professional podcast studio.Από τον Ujamaa Place: A Black Man’s Sketch
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE Ladies and Gentlemen… Mr. Kenny G. Welcome to a very special, sexy episode of Sketch Comedy Podcast Show. Love. It can be exciting and new. You could hop aboard, we would all be expecting you. Sex… it’s the way, the way, you go. Why am I badly quoting TV themes and poorly written 90’s hip-hop? Because there is likely no subject m…
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Will we survive the fungal infestation that lurks beneath Toronto in The Marigold by Andrew F. Sullivan (2023)? This horror/near-future science fiction/fantasy novel is packed with ideas and has plenty of relevant criticism of the direction Canada is heading, but doesn’t bring things together in a satisfactory way for the three of us. We talk about…
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This week, Rachel tells us the story of Belle Gunness, one of the most prolific serial killers in history and Kiki brings us this episode's missing person Cynthia Acevedo. It's episode 8, which means we discuss our true crime book pick "Among the Bros" by Max Marshall. And then segue into talking about spicy ginger cats and Jane Austen. Our next bo…
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