Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
Join Dr. Sydnee McElroy and her husband Justin McElroy for a tour of all the dumb, bad, gross, weird and wrong ways we've tried to fix people.
The Flop House
The Flop House is a bi-monthly audio podcast, devoted to the worst in recent film. Your hosts (Elliott Kalan, Dan McCoy, and Stuart Wellington) watch a questionable film just before each episode, and then engage in an unscripted, slightly inebriated discussion, focusing on the movie's shortcomings and occasional delights.
Call Your Girlfriend
A podcast for long distance besties everywhere. Co-hosted by your new BFFs Ann Friedman and Aminatou Sow.
Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
What if we read the books we love as if they were sacred texts? What would we learn? How might they change us? Harry Potter and the Sacred Text is a podcast reading Harry Potter, the best-selling series of all time, as if it was a sacred text. Just as Christians read the Bible, Jews the Torah, and Muslims read the Quran, we will embark on a 199-episode journey (one chapter an episode, to be released weekly) to glean what wisdom and meaning J.K. Rowling’s beloved novels have for us today.
We Got This
Every week, Mark Gagliardi and Hal Lublin take the dumb issues in life that people care strongly about and settle the argument once and for all. No topic is too small or insignificant for them to dissect and decide! Whatever minutiae you argue with friends and family, don’t worry: We Got This.
Dan Drago tries like hell to be present as truly talented folk from Philadelphia and the rest of the world tell their story, their point of view, and sometimes play an intimate acoustic set, all while Dan tries to remain relevant in the music scene.
A Quest for Magic and Steele
Join us on our epic DnD…..well, maybe not so epic…..but, pretty cool adventure, as our family takes on the roles of our adventurers. Sisters Amara and Shayna, Brother Josiah, Friends Brian, Lisha and Papa David all gather to play the role-playing game of Dungeons and Dragons. We voice act all the characters, making it an enjoyable audio experience to join in on. Take us to work, gym, bus, train, or anywhere you need something to fill the void.
A Skyrim Addict
A gaming podcast focused on the Elder Scrolls series, discussing gameplay, role playing, modding, lore and more.
All My Fantasy Children
Each week hosts Jeff and Aaron take a listener-submitted prompt and use it as inspiration to create a character for some of our favorite Tabletop RPGs.
Black Girls Laughing
We are a Pop culture podcast that centers black female voices. We invite our guests to be a part of our friendship as we dícuss, career, self care, and everything that makes us giggle, cackle, and roar.
Sci-fi, comic books, movies, video games, cartoons; it all gets tossed around by the 5-headed hairy horde of Black Tribbles—creator/producer Len Webb aka BatTribble, co-producer Kennedy Allen aka Storm Tribble, Erik Darden aka Master Tribble, Randy Green aka SuperTribble and Jason Richardson aka Spider-Tribble. The team reveals untold stories of geek history, showcases new and upcoming projects, and engages in thought-provoking conversation and provides critical insight into a culture often devoid of a black influence, all with an irreverent tone that delights as it educates.
The Blacklisted Podcast
We give movie reviews, talk hip hop music news, pro wrestling, comicbooks and a little politics as well. We do this with a live DJ spinning itunes in the background. We also do commentary on old Blacksploitation films in a comedic way!
The life and times of a local music shop in Philadelphia, PA.
The Broad Street Bully Podcast
Flyers talk, ball-busting, and beer for a weekly uncensored podcast. Comedian Drew Pabhsky hosts the show alongside resident statistician Jeff DeAngelis and (diabetic) Doyle to share their thoughts on the Flyers, anecdotes from their lives, & a plethora of debauchery. With a revolving door of comedians coming in as guests this is a podcast that is unlike your typical terrestrial sports radio show.
The Broad Street Line
Born out of countless hours spent riding the subway bearing the same name comes "The Broad Street Line" - an irreverent mix of sports talk, music, technology and pop culture. Each week, we provide our takes on the world of sports and whatever else comes to mind - answering questions and questioning answers. So keep it locked on The Broad Street Line - radio will never be the same again...
Bump and Grind
A bi-weekly discussion about what it takes to be a working class artist. A deep and insightful look into the blood, sweat, and glitter poured into making Pro Wrestling and Burlesque.
By the Book
By The Book is half reality show, half self-help podcast, and one wild social experiment. Join comedian Jolenta Greenberg and her skeptical friend Kristen Meinzer as they live by the rules of a different self-help book each episode to figure out which ones might actually be life changing. First up, the massive best seller, The Secret.
Comic Book Junto
Adam Teterus and Octavius A. Newman, a white guy and black guy, respectively, use comics and geek culture as a vessel to better understand each other and the world at large.
Craic Radio is a music show hosted by Sean Timmons and Fergus Carey. "Craic" is an Irish word for good conversation, lively company and great tunes. So, although our show is not an Irish show as such, we do hope it's the CRAIC! Each week we share our passion for music, introduce new artists from Ireland, catch listeners up with some things we may have missed and feature an interview with a local artist or music industry professional who is making music that matters. We highlight music that is often overlooked on radio and seek to nurture and support amazing talent, from emerging locals to more established creators.
Dissecting the 80s
Every other week, Tripp and Andrew Laino watch and dissect a piece of 1980s pop culture (usually a film). They use the plots, bad hair and questionable social views as the basis for tangents and digressions, and make fun of the whole thing.
Three friends and a guest sit down to talk and laugh and feel joy and the love of being alive. The conversation can go anywhere, but it is always pretty light. Life can be tough and heavy and the bad kind of weird sometimes, and we know that, but try to focus on the other side and give everyone an hour or so a week in which they can forget about all that dumb crap and just goof around.
Dork of All Trades
Two best friends discuss nerdy topics with a guest, and try to be as funny. Most weeks we have fun and interesting friends on that know more about a topic then we do, hence they are the masters and we are just dork of all trades, knowing a little about everything. Our show has evolved to bring nerd news, other podcast collaboration, and covering a wide variety of topics for over two years.
Everything is Awesome
I sit down with people each week to have a conversation / interview them about whatever it is they do. (live shows are done in more of a late night talk show format with a guest, musical or comedy act, and a bit or two).
Full Belly Laughs
A panel of comedians join the host for a discussion related to food as they enjoy some snacks. Afterwards they play a classic board game.
Fully Baked Radio
Fully Baked Radio, is an urban talk show about cannabis, drug policy, legal issues, and current events hosted by Flip Marlee, the NJ Weedman (Edward Forchion) and Vanessa Maria. FBR features interviews with people working in the cannabis industry, drug policy activists, policy makers, medical cannabis patients, persons formerly incarcerated, and other people affected by the drug war. FBR also features the work of underground artists from Philly and NJ.
Get Up in the Cool
Get Up in the Cool is a journey into the heart of traditional Appalachian fiddle music. His guests choose a handful of tunes and a theme and Cameron digs for the deeper meaning behind the music. Get Up in the Cool suggests that if you look at the intersection of community, race, class, tradition, innovation, our history and the future you'll find a banjo and a fiddle.
Give and Take
Give and Take is where Scott Jones interviews artists, activists, authors and a wide array of other thought leaders that help make our world the interesting place it is.
The Great Albums
We discuss a different great/classic/important/interesting album each week, having a conversation like fans, not critics.
Gross Domesticated Podcast
A weekly podcast that is geared towards the stream of consciousness whether there is a guest or I'm flying solo. We keep loose and we keep it gross!
Hi-Res is a one-on-one podcast with creatives in the Philadelphia advertising community about the experiences that have shaped their careers and influence their work. New episodes post on Tuesdays, every two weeks.
The Rewatchers tackle every episode of the classic 90’s television series episode by episode in EXCRUCIATING, yet hilarious, detail. The Rewatchers cover all things Highlander, like the cult classic 1984 film that started it all (and it’s less than immortal sequels). Highlander Rewatched also chronicles the HL universe through interviews with the actors & directors of the immortal franchise!
How Many Fingers Am I Holding Up?
How Many Fingers Am I Holding Up? The Podcast is a weekly drunk movie review podcast. The hosts, Michael King and Joseph Lomas review all of the latest films to top the box office with the help of artists from the Greater Philadelphia Area and a few beers from local breweries.
Andy Julia, Mimi Fox, Schmo The Intern, Chris Hayes, Drea Richard, and Jim the Producer are taking you for a full throttle ride through the world we live in. No topic is off limits, and no one is safe. Nothing but a good time filled with laughter and the asinine ramblings of a crew of idiots.
Located at the intersection of Philadelphia and food, the Jawn Appetit podcast is a fun, informative - and sometimes, irreverent - look at the local restaurant scene without the pretentiousness that you might find elsewhere. Each week, we'll give you our takes on the hottest establishments in Philly and tell you where you can find the best eats in (and around) the City of Brotherly Love.
The three hosts, Matt, Stacie, and Jeremy, invite a guest to discuss a beloved piece of entertainment from the guest's childhood. Together they find out why the guest loved this movie/TV show/album when they were a kid, and whether or not it is actually any good once nostalgia is disposed with.
I interview those people who help to make the arts happen. Curators, art dealers, artists, and other people who help to keep the arts going in Philly and around the country.
The Lazy Banana Podcast
A great podcast for the one who loves random info, B.K. Mullen (and sometimes guests) chat about anything and everything, examining humanity and all the things we find interesting.
Lulu and Pop
Lulu and Pop is a weekly podcast from the married dynamic duo of Lauren and Mark. Every week we discuss news events, local affairs, entertainment, and messy relationship news. If you like cheese-steaks and whiskey, then this is the show for you!
Len Webb & Vince Williams are on The MICHEAUX MISSION - to watch and review every Black feature film ever released, from a cultural and critical POV.
Mouthful is a collaboration between Philadelphia Young Playwrights and Yvonne Latty, director of the Reporting the Nation program at NYU's Carter Journalism Institute. Each episode places a teenager at the center of a conversation about big ideas and issues, using dramatic monologues they've written as the starting point for a broader conversation with adults, experts, and other community members.
My First Sketch
My First Sketch, hosted by Josh Higham, reflects back on a writer’s first attempt at sketch comedy, whether it’s awful, amazing, or anywhere in between. Following the narrative from comedy fan to comedy creator, we can learn what makes one laugh, what inspires them, and how to be better.
Nerds With Words
We are two comedians (Adam Nutter & Greg Trout) where we have on guests of all backgrounds (ie: comedians, scientists, historians, etc) where we talk about all things that may be interesting to listeners.
Never Forget Radio
The present is terrible, but the post 911 era was also still pretty bad.
Every week, one of us reads a book we've never read before and explains it to the other person (and, by proxy, the audience). We also dive into information about the author and the rest of their work while trying not to get TOO sidetracked with our own goofs."
Overtime Podcasts' hosts interview creative individuals who have broken away from the conventional path and began careers doing what they love.
Party Of One
Each week, GM Jeff Stormer sits down with a guest 1-on-1 and plays a short, intense RPG session. Games range from serious to silly to sad and everywhere in-between.
Partynerdz is a social media information and humor based podcast covering Superhero Movies and TV Shows, comicbooks, video games, cosplay and much more!
PhillyCAM is a community media center that brings together the people of Philadelphia to make and share media that promotes creative expression, democratic values and civic participation. Our Low Power FM Radio Station is one of the many programs and services PhillyCAM offers for community use for its membership.
Our show is focused on examining human behavior at it's most ostentatious level, FAME and pop culture. We do so with a bit of snark and humor! We are also two young 20-somethings looking to offer advice to our peers about life and love. We want our listeners to walk through life with our show as a constant reminder that they are royal, and should treat themselves as such.
Sex With Timaree
Sex With Timaree covers a wide range of topics pertaining to human sexuality, gender, relationships, and LGBT issues. Dr. Timaree Schmit Ph.D has her degree in Sex Ed from Widener University, the US’s only nationally accredited doctoral program in Human Sexuality. She has been writing her column and working in the field for years and can be found along with more info about the show at SexWithTimaree.com
Shady Little Hour
We discuss many pop culture events, shenanigans that go on in the world, TV, Music and much more depending on the week.
Should Have Gone Home
Have you ever been out all night and watched the sunrise or ended up at a stranger’s apartment and had to make a great escape? Fall asleep on a train or bus with no phone or wallet stranding yourself far from home? Have you started a dance party at a Wawa? Sean and Robyn will be listening to all these stories and sharing their own similarly inspired drunken acts on the Should Have Gone Home podcast
Stark Raven Mad: A Games Of Thrones Podcast
Stark Raven Mad is a Game of Thrones podcast hosted by Mike Marbach and featuring David Donnella, Rob Alesiani, Whitney Harris, Hunter Steffes, Frank Farrell and more. All are Philly area comedians/nerds, so you get people that love talking about the show and cracking wise along the way.
Stay Talking Ish
On our podcast we speak on a wide variety of topics including politics, movies, relationships, life experiences, etc. We give our honest opinions whether good or bad. We release shows twice a month.
After six years of recording more than 300 stories, we're weekly sharing two of our favorites and discussing storytelling best practices.
Sunday Conversations is a podcast for adult black and brown women to have an honest dialogue about the social and political aspects of life. This weekly, 30-minute show features compelling stories of Philadelphia women--professionals, stay-at-home mothers to local celebrities, business owners and community leaders.
That's How I Remember It
Mike, Raul, John, and Sharjil take an audience suggested movie and turn it into a fully improvised radio-play! They've been voted one of the top 10 in Toronto by blogTO, top 5 Toronto podcasts by NOW magazine, Streetcar.ca, and The Comedy Network. They've performed their unique narrative improv format all around North America and have an boast amazing past guests like Tony Rosato and Colin Mochrie!
TV Guidance Counselor
Each week Ken and his guest discuss the difficult viewing choices of our collective past using issues from Ken's extensive TV Guide Magazine archives. Stories of growing up, nostalgic memories of television, and occasional forays into academic discussions on media are known to appear on the show. Since the show's debut in February 2014 Ken has welcomed over 200 diverse guests including Ted Danson, Cassandra "Elvira Mistress of the Dark" Peterson, John Hodgman, Dana Gould, Kumail Nanjiani, Greg Proops, Ann Magnuson, Tick creator Ben Edlund, and many more.
True crime, history, hauntings, legends and lore plus cool or creepy places to visit in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania. Stories told with a big dose of Philly attitude.
Victims and Villains
Talking about all the current topics in film and comics, while raising awareness of hope for those struggling with suicide, depression, self harm and addiction. And also educating the listeners in the process, while also plugging them into counselors for real breakthrough.
The Voice of Free Planet X
An NPR-style interview show, where the subjects are alien refugees, stranded time-travelers, low-rent superheroes, and other such fantastical people. Think "This American Life" meets "Strange Tales."
Wake the F Up Podcast
From cannabis to goat spiders.
Your Weekly Top Six
From food to culture to the intimately personal, lifelong friends Michael Tocci & Adam Lees argue, defend, and belittle one another's choices.