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  1. ‎Fire the Canon: A Christery Chat with John Allison on Apple Podcasts

    Merry Christmas Eve-Eve, everyone! We sat down (virtually) with John Allison, Eisner award-winning comic book writer and artist, to hash out our thoughts on ‘Hercule Poirot’s Christmas’ by Agatha Christie. We covered the plot in our last episode, so check that out first if you haven’t already! Spoil…

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fire-the-canon/id1544147437?i=1000545905186

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  2. Jet-setters – Darknet Diaries

    How bad is it if you post your boarding pass on Instagram. Our guest Alex decides to figure this out for themself and has quite a story about what happened. We also hear from TProphet who’s here to…

    https://darknetdiaries.com/transcript/84/

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  3. Episode 4 - “The Sweet Nightingale” The Old Songs Podcast with Jackie Oates & Jon Wilks

    ‘The Sweet Nightingale’, or Roud 371, is a traditional song from Cornwall. In this episode we discuss it in the company of ballad singer, Jackie Oates, looking at where it came from, who sang it originally, who collected it and how it continues to be a popular song in the West of England to this day. Jackie even gives us a bit of a singing lesson. Get stuck in.

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    Original video: https://www.mixcloud.com/TheOldSongsPodcast/episode-4-the-sweet-nightingale-the-old-songs-podcast-with-jackie-oates-jon-wilks/
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  4. Ep12 – The Old Songs Podcast – ‘Banks of Green Willow’, ft. Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne

    Episode 12 opens with the earliest known recording of this week’s song, The Banks of Green Willow [Roud 172]. It’s the sound of David Clements, singing in either 1906 or 1909, recorded on wax cylinder by either Charles Gamblin and George Gardiner, or the legendary composer, Ralph Vaughan Williams at Basingstoke Workhouse. The origins of the recording are fittingly obscure, given that the origins of the song itself throw up plenty of similar confusion.

    The song was chosen by this week’s guest, Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne, who – if you stick around to the end of the podcast – also gives us his very own unaccompanied rendition. I won’t say too much about Cohen or the song, as he does a fine job of introducing both over the course of the hour-long episode. Suffice it to say that his solo album, Outway Songster, was a permanent fixture in my earphones about three years ago, and I’ve since taken the opportunity to see him at whichever festival we’ve both turned up at.

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    Original video: https://www.mixcloud.com/TheOldSongsPodcast/ep12-the-old-songs-podcast-banks-of-green-willow-ft-cohen-braithwaite-kilcoyne/
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  5. Comic Book Podcast | Talking Comics | Celebrating Giant Days with John Allison | Comic Book Podcast Issue #406 | Episode 479

    Episode Summary

    Bob, Sarah and Steve are joined by Giants Days creator John Allison for this week’s podcast! While John is in the studio, we also talk the final semester of Giant Days; his upcoming 5-issue series Steeple, Scary-Go-Round, Bad Machinery and more!

    Episode Notes

    Bob, Sarah and Steve are joined by Giants Days creator John Allison for this week’s podcast! While John is in the studio, we also talk the final semester of Giant Days; his upcoming 5-issue series Steeple, Scary-Go-Round, Bad Machinery and more!

    Books talked about this podcast: Wonder Woman #77, Marvel Team-Up #5, Power Pack: Grow Up, Marvel Comics #1000, Sera and the Royal Stars #2, Tommy Gun Wizards #1, She-Hulk Annual #1, Pumpkinheads GN, Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass GN

    The Comic Book Podcast is brought to you by Talking Comics (www.talkingcomicbooks.com) The podcast is hosted by Steve Seigh (JoBlo.com assistant EIC & news editor), Bob Reyer, Joey Braccino, Jessica Garris-Schaeffer, and Sarah Miles who weekly dissect everything comics-related, from breaking news to new releases. Our Twitter handle is @TalkingComics and you can email us at podcast@talkingcomicbooks.com.

    About the Show

    A weekly comic book podcast by fans for fans. Reviews, discussions, news, contests and more.

    https://simplecast.com/s/21e9b309

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