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Malik and Jamie were roommates when the world ended. Now separated by half the country, literal acid rain, werewolves, aliens, and more, they start a chat podcast to stay in touch and work through the increasing uncertainty of their new apocalyptic reality. Each episode, Malik & Jamie will tackle topics like: should I change my office hours to accommodate vampire students? What if the body snatcher that took over my ex is nice? When did the kudzu start humming like that? Malik & Jamie will t ...
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How to Survive the End of the World

How to Survive the End of the World

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Join Autumn Brown and adrienne maree brown, two sisters who share many identities, as writers, activists, facilitators, and inheritors of multiracial diasporic lineages, as well as a particular interest in the question of survival, as we embark on a podcast that delves into the practices we need as a community, to move through endings and to come out whole on the other side, whatever that might be. visit us @ endoftheworldshow.org
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Movies to Watch Before the End of the World

Moves To Watch Before The End Of The World

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The end of the world is nigh and two film buff friends decide to spend their remaining days creating and watching the ultimate movie bucket list. A movie podcast filled with film discussions, movie reviews, and a decent amount of celebrity gossip (thanks to Mita). Cinephiles unite! We're going to need each other...
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The End of the World with Michael and Stu

The End of the World with Michael and Stu

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The Apocalypse is Everywhere. The End of the World with Michael and Stu is a (hopefully) insightful and (hopefully) humorous exploration of the rise of apocalyptic news, apocalyptic thinking and apocalyptic culture. Each week, we’ll be looking at a work of art, a piece of media, or an historical event related to the (hopefully not) impending End of the World.
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We humans could have a bright future ahead of us that lasts billions of years. But we have to survive the next 200 years first. Join Josh Clark of Stuff You Should Know for a 10-episode deep dive that explores the future of humanity and finds dangers we have never encountered before lurking just ahead. And if we humans are alone in the universe, if we don't survive intelligent life dies out with us too.
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Science, music and psychology for the end of the world. Although we, humanity, as a whole surely understands that we are in the sixth mass extinction I am fascinated by how people's perception and response to this existential phenomenon varies. I have had hundreds, no thousands, of conversations around this topic over the last few years online and in person and it turns out the possible root cause may be even harder to grasp than we could have anticipated. This podcast will cover all of the ...
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an animist variety show orbiting through the fields of Death, creativity, poetry, spirit, sex, trauma healing and whatever else i wanna deal with. animistarts.art thenightgarden.substack.com Donations happily received at www.paypal.me/daresohei Exclusive Patron content and more by becoming a member at www.patreon.com/animistarts
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Art at the End of the World

Zoomer Podcast Network

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Broadcaster Mark Wigmore hosts the new podcast, "Art at the End of the World". Enjoy long-form conversations with fascinating personalities who have helped to shape culture, while learning how they work within, and interpret our changing times. Artists, entertainers, and innovators speak to their life experience and craft while reflecting on what it is to make and curate art in the current political and cultural climate. Season 2 will welcome neo-classical phenomenon Alexandra Streliski, fil ...
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What game would you save if you could pick just one? Which character would you choose to protect you in the apocalypse? These are the big questions in life, and each week we’ll invite a different guest into our apocalypse bunker and dissect their life through gaming. Why? Because it’s the end of the world, and what else is there but gaming?
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Library at the End of the World is hosted by noted survival and preparedness authority Jim Cobb. He's long been a fan of post-apocalyptic and disaster fiction and this show will focus on the books, TV shows, and movies that center on all the ways authors and directors have destroyed the world. We'll be talking about electromagnetic pulse, plague, nuclear war, alien invasion, zombie uprising, and so much more. Reviews, author interviews, even some real world survival and prepper tips along th ...
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CiTR -- End of the World News

CiTR & Discorder Magazine

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End of the World News is grooves and news from around the world, mashed and crashed against the wall. Lauren, Adam and Graeme talk trash about international events with caffeinated cartoon voices from the world press and the dark net. The Big World Love Vibe: Roots & Beats, Funk & Soul, Dubbed Vibes & Dyslexic Drum & Bass. The antidote to The Corporation. Call in and we will put you on.
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Ringmaster, artist, activist and clown Doug Francisco, was one of 300 performers, crew and attendees stranded at The Tribal Gathering Festival on a remote beach in Panama when the world went into lockdown on March 20th 2020. This show explores how it was to be the hostess with the mostess for ‘The festival at the end of the world’. Doug talks to others who shared the experience with him and, more curiously, what happened in the year and a half it took to finally make it home.
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Two friends irreverently destroy society and look, like, waaaay hot doing it. Genevieve is an artist. She is white, 5'4", and 130 lbs. She has grey eyes and brown hair. She has a birthmark on her left knee, and four distinguishing tattoos, one on her right thigh, two on her left forearm, and one on the back of her neck. Harper is and maybe shouldn't be.
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The Tales of Worlds End

Worlds End Productions and Media

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Welcome everyone to The Tales of Worlds End! The is the HUB for all shows/stories in the worlds of Universum. Travel through lands, other planes, and even time itself as groups of heroes try to stop the inevitable. The end of the multiverse. What will happen in these grand adventures, who will rise to the occasion? In this HUB you will find The Tales of Seven Gods (formerly Dorin). This show is the season one (1) of this podcast. We also have The Tales of Shattered Times (formerly Time Lords ...
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After a looooong process of trying to get pregnant, Maya and Erik are finally about to become parents for the first time and they're kind of freaking out. Luckily, they have an outlet: oversharing every step of the way on this podcast. If you're trying to get pregnant, are currently expecting, or just had your first kid, and maybe you're feeling excited or a little scared or both, tune in and we can all freak out together.
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At the Franklin School of Innovation, an EL charter school in Asheville, North Carolina, 9th grade students embarked on a learning expedition that had them learning about the causes and impacts of climate change, going out in the field to interview local professionals and experts from local businesses and organizations, and then creating podcasts to address the industries that affect and are affected by climate change. In this year's series of podcasts students also included a call-to-action ...
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Introducing "A Conversation Before the World Ends," a captivating history podcast that invites you on a thought-provoking journey through the pivotal moments moments, influential figures, ancient kingdoms, wars, and transformative ideas that have shaped humanity and altered the course of our world.In each episode, we delve deep into the annals of history, unearthing remarkable stories that have unfolded amidst the ebb and flow of time. From ancient civilizations to modern revolutions, we exp ...
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From Prentis Hemphill, the host and producer of the Finding Our Way podcast comes a new podcast: Becoming the People. Prentis is in conversation with the thinkers, creators, and doers who are exploring some of the most relevant questions of our time: What will it take for us to change as a species? How do we create relationships that lead to collec…
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We follow up on the state of contemporary politics as covered in our last episode before turning back the clock to discuss one of the genuinely apocalyptic periods of the past, namely the Late Bronze Age Collapse. Does the sudden dissolution of several ancient Mediterranean societies have anything to teach us about our current situation? Who were t…
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Election fever has gripped the United States and we are here to break it down, specifically the June 27, 2024 debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. We discuss the debate itself briefly, but focus mostly on the aftermath, and what it bodes for the future of our republic. Topics covered include Donald Trump's (potentially disastrous) Project 202…
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Interobang is my favorite punctuation, and no I will not be taking questions. === You can get an ad-free feed and bonus material for the show by joining our Membership program here! A transcript for this episode can be found here. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. Credits: Malik: Michael Turrentine Jamie: Hilary Williams Writte…
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Nic (@irc_nic) guides us through the life story of Marc Dutroux. We look at his childhood, his descent into crime, and how he may have become a fixer for the Belgian political mafia. "The Kludde" read by Michael S. Judge of Death is Just Around the Corner with our immense thanks. **SUPPORT THE SHOW HERE** https://www.patreon.com/GhostStoriesForTheE…
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We're taking some time off this summer but while we're away we're excited to share some shows in our ecology. Today we're playing part of a docuseries from the folks at Respair Media. Help This Garden Grow is a new podcast docuseries telling the story of Hazel Johnson, a visionary of the Environmental Justice movement and a resident of the Altgeld …
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This week we're getting back into post-apocalyptic literature by considering a novel by legendary Canadian writer Margaret Atwood, namely 2003's Oryx and Crake. Set in a world...surprisingly similar to our own, where bioengineering has become the dominate mode of technological progress, the book tracks three main characters, Jimmy (aka Snowman) and…
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This week we're talking about Edgar Wright's 2013 film The World's End, a movie that explores the idea of severe arrested development in the context of a covert alien invasion. We also explore some unsettling news regarding a potential tsunami overwhelming the Pacific Northwest in the future, whether in two hundred hours or two hundred years, and w…
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Capitalism is a prison! === You can get an ad-free feed and bonus material for the show by joining our Membership program here! A transcript for this episode can be found here. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. Credits: Malik: Michael Turrentine Jamie: Hilary Williams Written by Jessica Best, directed and edited by Jeffrey Nils…
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Join the sisters as they discuss Columbia’s People’s Graduation, the new Keith Haring exhibit, Lovecraft Country, Charlotte Day Wilson, Chappell Roan, Billie Eilish, Cowboy Carter, claiming space in the historic, moving slowly as an artist, social media as activism or not, drama rising to the top, making meme poems daily, being a POI, not shitting …
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Nic (@irc_nic) joins us once again for a panoramic sweep across Belgium at the end of the Cold War, and on the eve of the Dutroux Affair in multi-chapter anthology style episode. 0:53: Prologue 10:00: Chapter 1 - The Paul Vanden Boeynants Kidnapping 52:15: Chapter 2 - The Belgian Gladio Inquiry 82:40: Chapter 3 - The Murder of Gerald Bull 91:21: Ch…
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We're examining the recent "trend" of so-called "Last Chance Tourism" in this episode, which is when travelers seek out places or sites that are likely to be destroyed or rendered utterly unrecognizable in coming years as global warming takes its toll. We explore the paradoxes of this phenomenon, which claims to raise awareness and thus increase "a…
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In a final, mistakenly overlooked Witch episode, gina Breedlove and adrienne get into Grace’s language, singing the Delfonics, kneeling before different altars, connecting to the throughline of love and peace, moving to the Bay, missionary lineage, touching cemetery dirt, a sense of connection to a patron saint in Ireland, using sound to express gr…
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Plastic takes over the podcast! This week we go over some troubling news about the prevalence of microplastics in certain human organs before diving into a film about human organs that are able to digest plastics, namely David Cronenberg's 2022 movie Crimes of the Future. Is this dystopian depiction of human evolution relevant for changes we see cu…
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That tree is a lady! === You can get an ad-free feed and bonus material for the show by joining our Membership program here! A transcript for this episode can be found here. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. Credits: Malik: Michael Turrentine Jamie: Hilary Williams Written by Jessica Best, directed and edited by Jeffrey Nils Ga…
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This week we're discussing Octavia Butler's novel Parable of the Sower, tracking how well this 1993 book predicted the world in which we now find ourselves. Is her vision of a violent, environmentally tormented, violence-ridden California really so far off? We also get into a couple of recent AI-related controversies regarding recent episode topic …
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Autumn interviews adrienne about our yearlong season of the Witch. They get into working with nature, Karis Nemik’s manifesto from Andor, humor as a spell, Autumns’ spit-takes from birth to death, Witch Season as a Delight Fest, writing letters to God, Love as Craft whether you’re with someone or not, to be part of something that’s interconnected, …
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Tonight we tie off Brabant Killers Redux by looking at an especially bizarre event that occurred just before the final massacre, using it as an illustrative example of how deep into the weeds you can fall, if you so wish, in trying to understand this most eerie of true stories. We then explore various theories people have put forward over the years…
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We're going into the marine depths of Yorgos Lanthimos's 2015 meditation on monogamy, The Lobster. What does this starkly delineated world of relationships have to say about our old more loosely defined world? Is our own society headed towards a similarly bleak status quo? We get into these questions and truly so much more! This episode contains sp…
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I mean, duh. Of course it is. In which we catch up on what everyone's been up to! === A transcript for this episode can be found here. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. Credits: Malik: Michael Turrentine Jamie: Hilary Williams Written by Jessica Best, directed and edited by Jeffrey Nils Gardner. Our theme song is "Falling in Lo…
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For their grand reunion, adrienne and Autumn discuss picking weeds (but not condemning their existence as a species), periods as Cave Goddess, what would a culture of ritual around friend-death look like, the month of April astrologically being a shit show, our stories of suffering, getting EGGED, silly humans, humor as a firm mattress, sabbatical …
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This week we're getting into the many absurdities of 2013's Spike Jonze directed AI romcom, Her. We discuss the technical problems with the film's depiction of AI, plus Stu educates Michael on the particulars of the non-vol-cel community, which he has, for some reason, researched extensively. We also spend a few minutes off the top riffing on Jerry…
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The first Gang Commission, the aftermath of the Brabant Killers operation, and the consequences. https://www.patreon.com/GhostStoriesForTheEnd Note: This is actually the first part of a four hour recording we did, but after some discussion we decided to cut it down into more manageable 60 - 90 minute instalments. This means Aftermath pt ii will lan…
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We're talking about Amazon Prime's new smash hit series Fallout. Along the way we touch on such subjects as Ridley Scott, 50's Nostalgia, Plato's Cave, Jerry Seinfeld's scintillating and brilliant new movie about snacks, as well as JRR Tolkien's alleged antipathy for Shakespeare. We also get into why this is such a successful adaptation of a video …
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How low will you go (below Chicago's surface)? === A transcript for this episode can be found here. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. Credits: Malik: Michael Turrentine Jamie: Hilary Williams Written by Jessica Best, directed and edited by Jeffrey Nils Gardner. Our theme song is "Falling in Love at the End of the World" by Oliv…
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It's Witch School graduation day with Alexis Pauline Gumbs and Sangodare! They discuss priestly practice, dropping down and back and into your center, movements of people around the world stepping up, conjuring love, the lineage of love, worshipping our partners, reading sacred texts, forgiveness your Lyft and/or Uber driver, amplifying the best of…
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We're promoting Stu's new book, Fernsehturm Berlin, a mix of memoir, historical imagination, and chaotic rumination this week while also discussing the dreaded Cuban Missile Crisis, the moment in the Cold War that perhaps brought us closest to nuclear armageddon. Was Curtis LeMay correct in his estimation that the resolution of this conflict was "t…
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adrienne welcomes yoga teacher Wambui Njuguna-Räisänen to Witch School. Sign up for her newsletter here. They discuss A-ha moments during yoga, subtle shifts, the somatic experience of being alive, the miraculous mundane, remembering childhood magic, growing up in Nairobi, the beauty of the cycles of the land in the US, the structure of ashtanga yo…
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