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Complete list of Play Podcasts - Listen & Review on Goodpods

First Encounter: A Video Game Adventure

86 Episodes

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Avg Length 44m

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Latest episode 1 month ago

First Encounter is a video game lets play podcast in which two best friends take turns introducing one another to beloved video games that shaped their childhood. Each bi-weekly episode is woven with recorded gameplay, creating immersive episodes that capture genuine reactions to the game. If you miss the magic of playing Final Fantasy VII or The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask for the first time, this series is for you.
Dice Shame

237 Episodes

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Avg Length 45m

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Latest episode 5 days ago

Imagine your best game of D&D. The shocks, the twists and turns, the moments that can’t be caught because you just had to be there. That’s Dice Shame.With the ability to tell a long form story, starring people who not only share a genuine love for the game—but also love for each other—we’ve managed to bring the feel of being around the table to you.Join our DM Jo, her husband Harlan, their brother Alex & their best friends Rob and Alex as they experience those unmissable, gut-wrenching, heart-aching, joy-filled moments.This legendary AP releases a brand new episode every Thursday morning at 1:20 am! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pretend Friends - Tabletop RPG Adventures

112 Episodes

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Avg Length 55m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

Pretend Friends is an actual play pen and paper podcast. Currently ‘venturin in Space Kings. Starring Nick, Paul, and Josh from Continue?! as well as Kevin Cole! New episodes every Thursday.
Dragon Talk - An Official Dungeons & Dragons Podcast

435 Episodes

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Avg Length 83m

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Latest episode 9 months ago

Welcome to Dragon Talk, the official D&D podcast. Hosts Shelly Mazzanoble and Greg Tito interview guests from the Dungeons & Dragons community on how they got started playing the world’s greatest roleplaying game, what creative endeavors D&D has inspired, and what tips they might have playing characters or weaving stories as the Dungeon Master. Check out Greg and Shelly’s book, Welcome to Dragon Talk, available everywhere now!
Dashing Onions Audio

16 Episodes

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Avg Length 14m

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Latest episode 6 months ago

Dashing Onions Audio creates original audio drama miniseries and one-off plays, focusing on stories with elements of oddness, mythology and the supernatural.
Roll Gay Role Play

185 Episodes

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Avg Length 63m

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Latest episode 6 days ago

A merry group of queers face their fears in a fantasy world where social norms aren't the only thing thrown out the window. Join our cast as they daintily slay the most insidious of creatures their dungeon master Kris puts in their path. Storylines start on the following episodes: Start on "Come Out of the Quasit" for Windblown (Seasons 1 - 3) Start on "Once Upon a Time" for Cursed (Season 4) Start on "Alphabet Mafia" for Bae-Lin You Out (Season 5-6)
Kinky Introverts - BDSM at Home

123 Episodes

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Avg Length 45m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

See more at kinkyintroverts.com. RULE NUMBER ONE: You must be at least 18 years old to listen to this content! This podcast aims to bridge the gap between people who live the BDSM lifestyle within the community and those who prefer to kink it at home. Brian and Kitten have both been in the lifestyle with and apart from their local communities. By coming together and joining their family units, leaving the house has become less of an option. Still wanting that community feel, they hit the airwaves and hope to put out good information, learn from others, and play on air as they continue their lifestyle journey together. Brian and Kitten are switches, sadists, masochists, and edge players (knives and blood make them horny), and have an Owner/pet dynamic. Brian is mellow but evil and Kitten is feisty with a hell of a bite! The goal is to share weekly content so that listeners can live vicariously through them so we can all grow together. Creative Commons Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com and edited with Brian and Kitten's kinky f*ckery.
IMPOSSIBLE COIN

301 Episodes

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Avg Length 141m

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Latest episode 26 days ago

Join Tegan, Rocky and Brian as they hurtle through keeping up with modern video games. They'll cover big games, indie games, mobile stuff, good games and bad games. While they're at it they'll also spend time trying to figure out where games fit in our rapidly changing world. Also cheap jokes.
Tales From The Swan Hotel

15 Episodes

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Avg Length 30m

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Latest episode 7 years ago

In southern California, just outside Hollywood, there is a most unusual hotel. A hotel dedicated to the golden age of cinema and the departures of its most influential and notorious players. It is a destination that spotlights the manners in which these men and women of Hollywood perished. The rooms are decorated with an array of evidence and clues, unique to each death, and fitted with a cast of department store manikins which stand in for the major roles involved - Forensic precision made kitschy and accessible to all. Each episode we will present to you one of these rooms, and rouse your im
Decoder Ring Theatre

524 Episodes

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Avg Length 23m

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Latest episode 15 days ago

Decoder Ring Theatre presents new stories and characters inspired by the classic broadcasts of the Golden Age of Radio. The crimebusting exploits of The Red Panda - Canada's Greatest Superhero! The mystery of that hardest-boiled of detectives, Black Jack Justice... all this and more in full-length, full-cast recordings.
PodbyNight

115 Episodes

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Avg Length 63m

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Latest episode 4 days ago

Stitch of Fate is a Vampire: The Masquerade TTRPG actual play. In this podcast, a coterie of vampires, known as the Drac Pack, navigate the politics of Kindred society and underground crime in modern-day New York City. Their dark pasts shadow the present as they try to solve a murder that happened in their domain.
My Baby Monsters: kids stories, children music, children's books, kid art, & fun storytelling - old time radio movie - podcast

70 Episodes

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Avg Length 29m

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Latest episode 15 years ago

Listen to the stories of a child, then add your own ending. In addition to fun, this collaborative storytelling podcast and free coloring pages (created by a eight-year old girl and her dad) is an educational blend of playful learning and technology designed to help children, their parents, and educators around the world enhance their communication skills. So visit My Baby Monsters and become part of the story as you learn through kids' stories and imagination.
The Arcology Shadowrun Community Podcast

472 Episodes

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Avg Length 64m

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Latest episode 9 days ago

The Arcology Podcast - A Shadowrun Community Podcast
Things I Wish I Had Known

8 Episodes

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Avg Length 38m

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Latest episode 4 years ago

If you had words of advice for your younger self, what would they be? Things I Wish I Had Known covers all things mental health from a child's perspective. Our guest speakers share their own personal or professional experiences to add richness and depth to the learning of those who work with children or who have their own children to help us all understand the challenges of being a child a bit better. This podcast is produced by Clear Sky Children's Charity, a Play & Creative Arts Therapy charity who support children who have experienced trauma and families. The podcast is hosted by Charity Founder Sophia Giblin with a fabulous line up of speakers who all have something valuable and interesting to share.In between guest episodes you can tune in to Sophia speaking with Becky Hill, Head of Therapeutic Services and Dramatherapist at Clear Sky Children's Charity about challenges that therapists face when working with children and families. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Work and Play with Nancy Ray

221 Episodes

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Avg Length 27m

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Latest episode 14 hours ago

Work and Play with Nancy Ray is a weekly podcast all about learning to balance the two most competing areas of our lives: work and play. She dives into topics like productivity, work life balance, leading a team, time management, contentment, play, sabbath, marriage, parenting, and rest, always pointing back to scripture, the ultimate guide for a life of faith. This is a podcast all about learning to work and play well, which ultimately leads to a healthy soul and a fulfilling life.
Nights of Payne Town: A City of Mist Actual Play Podcast

23 Episodes

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Avg Length 70m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

It is a time of turmoil in the City. The police are helpless against a new wave of crime, powered by forces they neither see nor understand. Ancient legends that were scheming in the shadows for decades are now finally enacting their insidious plans, raining chaos and suffering on the streets. The only ones who can stop this mayhem are nameless individuals, anti-heroes like your crew, caught in this mess unwillingly or all too willingly... Can your crew solve these cases, face these evils, and save the City?
The Final Rule

35 Episodes

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Avg Length 118m

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Latest episode 2 years ago

Completely Improvised DnD! No prep, no backstories, all real.
Theater Practice

16 Episodes

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Avg Length 36m

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Latest episode 2 months ago

Theater Practice is a podcast where we practice how to be more mindful audience members one show at a time. Join host Miriam Weiner and her guests as they process the live theater they attend with intentionality, generosity, and humor. Watching is a muscle, strengthen it. Produced by Miriam Weiner - Directed by Diana Yanez
Celebrity Playlist Podcast

71 Episodes

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Avg Length 24m

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Latest episode 12 years ago

Each episode of our Celebrity Playlist Podcast brings you that much closer to the artists, actors, musicians, and other people in the public eye by giving them a chance to expand on their favorite music in their own words.
Sounds Like Crowes

188 Episodes

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Avg Length 48m

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Latest episode 12 months ago

Sounds Like Crowes Terminus is an actual play podcast using Savage Worlds and a custom Western Sci-fi setting. We focus on tight editing, good production quality and great music along with some of the best performers I know. Join us building a new world that's unlike anything you've seen.
Trivia Rogues

273 Episodes

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Avg Length 75m

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Latest episode 6 days ago

Quizzes, informative topics, trivia game reviews, and laughs. You can find all this and more inside Trivia Rogues Podcast! Join Billy, Don, Jeff, and Shana as we take a journey through the triviasphere to become better players and better people. Trivia and game lovers of all levels can enjoy 2 shows a month while also enjoying a large selection of past episodes to take a break from their lives and laugh and relax with us!
Park Date

46 Episodes

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Avg Length 44m

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Latest episode 28 days ago

Park Date is a brand new comedy podcast presented by Christopher Beanland.Each episode features original comedy plus an interview with a special guest in a city park around the world.Sometimes serious, mostly silly. Pack a picnic blanket. Hello you! If you love Park Date why not join us and get even more from the podcast? We will release the family member of yours (or pet) we are currently holding hostage and you also get to experience a range of benefits. But mainly you get to support us and help make Park Date sound even funnier. https://plus.acast.com/s/park-date. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pop and Play

27 Episodes

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Avg Length 32m

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Latest episode 12 hours ago

A podcast from Teachers College, Columbia University about play and pop culture. Professors Haeny Yoon and Nathan Holbert take play seriously. They talk with educators, parents and kids about how they play in their work and their lives, and why play matters. The views expressed in this podcast are solely those of the speaker to whom they are attributed. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the faculty, administration, staff or Trustees either of Teachers College or of Columbia University.
Red Harvest: A Deadlands Noir Actual Play Podcast

16 Episodes

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Avg Length 69m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

New Orleans, 1935. Whoever called this “the Big Easy” sure got that one wrong. Things are tough all over. Honest work is hard to find, and even dishonest jobs are getting scarce. The one thing that’s not in short supply is trouble. From shady thugs to crooked cops to Mafia soldiers, there’s plenty of characters out there looking to give an honest Joe a hard time. And that’s not the worst of it. There are stories going round about things that go bump in the night. Things you wouldn’t want to meet in a dark alley on a darker night. And those stories aren’t just coming from rummies or saps who read that Epitaph rag. Still, there are a few heroes left in the concrete jungle. Steely-eyed private dicks, fast-talking grifters, wild-eyed inventors, and shadowy houngans still struggle against the encroaching darkness. With enough moxie—and more than a little luck—they might just be enough to turn the tide.
Pest Control

56 Episodes

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Avg Length 102m

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Latest episode 9 days ago

Pest Control is an actual-play horror tabletop show from AltHaven. Join Keeper Sam R, and players William, Jonas, and Sam D as they get lost in fantastical worlds featuring compelling characters, engaging story, and thrilling twists! Season 1, "Fate", originally ran in 2019 as a livestream on the AltHaven (formerly Queuetimes) main YouTube channel. It uses the Monster of the Week game system. It follows a group of found-family monster Hunters as they set off on a journey across the United States, dealing with the creatures they encounter and drawing ever nearer to the end of the road... Season 2, "Norfork", uses Monster of the Week as well as a mix of other indie tabletop role-playing games to tell the story of a world where everyone knows monsters exist, and a town that is slowly losing its identity to the enormous neighboring City.
Things I Wish I Had Known

8 Episodes

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Avg Length 38m

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Latest episode 4 years ago

If you had words of advice for your younger self, what would they be? Things I Wish I Had Known covers all things mental health from a child's perspective. Our guest speakers share their own personal or professional experiences to add richness and depth to the learning of those who work with children or who have their own children to help us all understand the challenges of being a child a bit better. This podcast is produced by Clear Sky Children's Charity, a Play & Creative Arts Therapy charity who support children who have experienced trauma and families. The podcast is hosted by Charity Founder Sophia Giblin with a fabulous line up of speakers who all have something valuable and interesting to share.In between guest episodes you can tune in to Sophia speaking with Becky Hill, Head of Therapeutic Services and Dramatherapist at Clear Sky Children's Charity about challenges that therapists face when working with children and families. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Heroes of the Hydian Way

207 Episodes

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Avg Length 58m

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Latest episode 12 days ago

A Star Wars actual play podcast using Fantasy Flight Games modules
The Dastardly Dangerous Adventures of Darbies the Cat

10 Episodes

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Avg Length 43m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

The Dastardly Dangerous Adventures of Darbies the Cat is a lewd comedic adventure centered around Darbies, the infamous pirate cat and his best mate, a boss-eyed white mouse named Little Gary as they venture through a drug and prostitute infused journey with a band of merry misfits.
Let’s Talk About Super Special Kids & Cake

18 Episodes

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Avg Length 25m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

Welcome to Let’s Talk About Super Special Kids and Cake the podcast for parents of children with special needs. During each Podcast Professor Rhea Paul Paul and Dr. Donia Fahim cover a topic of interest to parents and families of children with Special needs. They also answer questions sent to them by one of their listeners and they share their thoughts on some common misconceptions about interventions for children with special developmental delays and neurodevelopmental difficulties. Both Granny Rhea and Auntie Donia love cake! The eating cake for breakfast segment is all about the fun activities you can do at home with your super special kids. So make yourself a cup of tea, grab yourself a piece of cake, relax and enjoy the theme music composed by the New York Musician Marty Isenberg. This podcast was recorded live from the studios of Sacred Heart University in Fairfield Connecticut and is brought to you by our book Let’s Talk: Navigating Communication Services and Supports for Your Young Child with ASD published by Paul H Brooks and available from Amazon. Dr. Donia Fahim, Ph.D., Cert. MRCSLT (U.K.), A.K.A Auntie Donia, is a speech and language pathologist, an international educational consultant, and specializes in the treatment of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and in development of curriculum and interventions for young children with special needs in countries with limited services. She is now based in London, and is the founder and director of Education and Therapeutic Spaces, Ltd. She lived in NYC for ten years (2008-2018) where she was a Consultant for the ASD Nest Project at New York University, and a Professor at Hunter College, where she was also Program Coordinator for the Early Childhood Special Education Program from 2008 to 2013. She was also the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Autism Friendly Spaces, Inc. (2010-2018) and developer of the first dual language ASD public school program in New York City. She is the co-author the books Let’s Talk with Professor Rhea Paul and she has authored several peer reviewed journals and chapters. She obtained her B.Sc., M.A and Ph.D. from the University of London. She is a certified member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. Professor Rhea Paul, PhD., CCC-SLP: Rhea Paul, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, (AKA Granny Rhea) is Professor and Founding Chair of the Speech-Language Pathology Department at Sacred Heart University, author of over 100 refereed articles, 50 book chapters and 9 books. She serves as Editor for Language at the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. She received the Editor's Award from the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology in 1996, and the Ritvo/Slifka Award for Innovative Clinical Research from the International Society for Autism Research. She has been a Fellow of ASHA since 1991, and received Honors of the Association in 2014.
Musicality Now

246 Episodes

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Avg Length 37m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

Ever wondered why some people seem to have a gift for music? Have you wished that you could play by ear, sing in tune, improvise and jam? You are in the right place. The Musicality Podcast is a mix of interviews and teaching, featuring some of the most inspiring and insightful musicians and music educators, talking about how to learn the core inner skills you need to feel like a "natural" in music and enjoy freedom, creativity and confidence. Topics include: Playing by ear, Singing in tune, Jamming with other musicians, Having a good sense of rhythm, Writing your own music, Writing notation, Improvising a solo, Talking intelligently about music, Understanding Music Theory, Clapping in time, Knowing your instrument inside and out, Tuning your instrument by ear, Reading notation, Sight-reading music, Playing from a lead sheet, Performing live, and Playing multiple instruments. The Musicality Podcast is brought to you by Musical U (musical-u.com), the leading provider of musicality training online. Learn more and get shownotes at musicalitypodcast.com.
Play Therapy Across the Lifespan

41 Episodes

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Avg Length 22m

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Latest episode 2 years ago

Play Therapy Across the Lifespan is a podcast for those who use play therapy. Every other week Dr. Denis' Thomas covers a new topic related to play therapy including which toys to use, how to set up your space, how to listen to clients empathetically, and much, much more. This podcast is unique because it not only outlines play therapy skills and techniques that can be used when working with children, but it also informs listeners how to utilize play therapy techniques when working with adolescents and adults.
Piano Parent Podcast: helping teachers, parents, and students get the most of their piano lessons.

366 Episodes

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Avg Length 31m

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Latest episode 28 days ago

The Piano Parent Podcast is your one-stop shop for all things related to parenting a piano student. From practice tips to piano geography and musical terms, common studio policies to teacher and parent interviews, this is THE best resource to help you and your child make the most of piano lessons. Whether you are a knowledgeable musician or a complete novice, there is definitely something for you here.
Dungeon Delve – An Official Dungeons & Dragons Podcast

109 Episodes

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Avg Length 94m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

Dungeon Delve from Dungeons & Dragons features live play D&D adventures in convenient audio form. Chris Perkins, Dungeon Master and principal story designer for Dungeons & Dragons, hosts newly remastered episodes of his adventures with Acquisitions, Inc. as well as other live play sessions with members of the D&D team.
Never Tell Me The Odds

100 Episodes

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Latest episode 6 years ago

The Star Wars RPG Podcast - The Edge of the Empire Live Play Podcast
The Neon Streets

72 Episodes

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Avg Length 63m

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Latest episode 28 days ago

The Neon Streets is an actual play podcast set in a cyberpunk dystopia using the FATE RPG system. We work hard to make the system and our show accessible to anyone, even those with no TTRPG experience! Join us three friends as we navigate our characters through the dangerous streets of The Big Gulp, battling corrupt mega-corporations and rival gangs in this high-stakes world. Whether you're a fan of FATE, DnD 5E, Pathfinder, or any other tabletop RPGs, there's something here for everyone. Our gameplay focuses heavily on comedic storytelling and immersive role-playing, going much lighter on number crunching/dice rolling. Listen in as our characters make tough decisions in a deep world with memorable stories. Our second series: BurgerCorp Blues is coming very soon!
Eberron Renewed

360 Episodes

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Avg Length 66m

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Latest episode 4 days ago

A podcast focused on long-form storytelling and character development set in the Eberron D&D game setting.
Waterpeople Podcast

94 Episodes

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Avg Length 66m

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Latest episode 3 months ago

Stories about the aquatic experiences that shape who we become back on land. Listen with Lauren L. Hill and Dave Rastovich as they dive into essential conversations of our global ocean culture through storytelling with some of the most adept waterfolk on the planet. Waterpeople is a gathering place for our ocean community to dive into the common themes of watery lives lived well: ecology, adventure, community, activism, science, egalitarianism, inclusivity, meaningful play, a sense of humour. And, surfing, of course.
It's All Been Done Radio Hour

772 Episodes

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Avg Length 14m

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Latest episode 2 days ago

It's All Been Done Radio Hour is a live comedy show in the style of old radio serials. Once a month, new episodes of several of our rotating roster of programs are performed in front of an audience near Columbus, Ohio. Then the content is released weekly as a podcast (along with extras, such as cast interviews and fake commercials). Content is PG-13-ish.
Playful Humans - People Who Play for a Living

181 Episodes

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Avg Length 31m

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Latest episode 3 days ago

Get the joke of the week along with ideas, information, and instigation to be a more playful human! If you need a little more fun, flow, and fulfillment in your life, we transform the burned-out and bored into energized and engaged Playful Humans. Rediscover the power of play, find out who is playing for a living, and learn how they pull it off to have the most fun possible in their life and career. Adulting is hard, and it’s easy to lose your way. But, you can beat burnout, quiet quitting, and avoid a mid-life crisis. Your imagination, creativity, humor, spontaneity, sociability, and sense of playfulness are still there! They just need to be found and awakened. Each week, Mike Montague interviews a professional who is living the life of their dreams and getting paid to play! Join the club at PlayfulHumans.com.
The role of play in children's learning - for iBooks

1 Episodes

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Latest episode 12 years ago

Has the emphasis on raising educational standards in the UK led to adult-led learning replacing play? This unit will help teachers assess the importance of spontaneous play and socialising in the playground as well as looking at the value of play and the varying attitudes that adults have towards the activity. This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. Published in ePub 2.0.1 format, some feature such as audio, video and linked PDF are not supported by all ePub readers.
Fellwinged Gaming Industries: The Blog and Podcast

7 Episodes

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Latest episode 15 years ago

A gaming company that strives to immerse you into fantasy and science fiction...
Gambling With an Edge

262 Episodes

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Avg Length 54m

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Latest episode 1 month ago

Learn to Gamble With an Edge from authors, and professional gamblers Bob Dancer and Richard Munchkin. We aim to make you a better gambler tomorrow than you were yesterday.
Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare

6 Episodes

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Avg Length 25m

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Latest episode 3 months ago

Though it's titled The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, the man himself appears only in five scenes in the entire play! However, such is his impact on the events that surrounded him that he still remains the central figure in this psychological drama that combines politics, honor, assassination, betrayal, the lust for power, patriotism and friendship. Set in 44 BC in ancient Rome, it is one of William Shakespeare's early Tragedies. First thought to have been performed in September 1599, William Shakespeare's original text or script have long vanished. What we have today is taken from a prompt script that must have been used by stage managers in Elizabethan times. Shakespeare probably used the historical facts found in Thomas North's translation of Plutarch's Life of Brutus and Life of Caesar. Whatever the source, the play remains a deeply moving, engrossing slice of history. The play opens with a street scene in which two Roman tribunes are depicted arrogantly dealing with the common people of the city. This sets the tone for what is to come—the huge public antipathy to a once celebrated war hero who now nurses ambitions beyond his status. Later scenes depict the agony of Marcus Brutus, the beloved friend of Caesar, who is also a supreme patriot above all the calls of friendship and love. The sinister warning of the soothsayer, the conspiracy scene, the brutal assassination and the events that follow are well known. Mark Antony's famous speech “Friends, Romans, Countrymen....” and Brutus' inflexible idealism and his far too measured tribute to the man whom he honored so greatly are the highlights of the play. Scholars have concluded that the inspiration for writing this play must have been the overwhelming anxiety felt in Elizabethan England regarding the royal succession. There were fears that the elderly Queen would die without naming a successor, leading to the outbreak of civil war, which is depicted in the play after the death of Caesar. Caesar himself is a charismatic, powerful and intuitive leader, who holds the empire together by sheer dint of his leadership qualities. He has strong premonitions of his own death. Though the crime is committed in full public view, it is sought to be justified as a political necessity. The play is also famous for not having either a real hero or a villain. Julius Caesar has been adapted extensively for stage, screen and television. Many notable actors have played the roles of Brutus, Mark Antony and Caesar with exceptional brilliance. The play is full of wonderful lines that have entered the realms of English literature over the centuries. Indeed a riveting read for young and old!
Board Game Review With Jason

9 Episodes

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Latest episode 12 years ago

This is a video podcast where I take a board game, show you how to play it, give you my personal review, and then give you some decision points, so you can decide if it's a game you would like to try out.
Tantrum House Board Gaming Podcast

120 Episodes

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Avg Length 36m

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Latest episode 8 days ago

The Tantrum House Board Gaming Podcast features the entire crew from Tantrum House! Four married couples—each with their own distinct board gaming preferences—get together each week to talk about board games that are coming to Kickstarter, games that have arrived in the mail, and ones they are looking forward to playing again soon. They cover topics like how to build up your local board gaming community, how to get your game onto Kickstarter, and pretty much every other hobby topic under the sun. If you are looking for a family-friendly gaming crew that enjoys laughing together and having a good time then you've found the right place. Welcome to Tantrum House!
The Tempest by William Shakespeare

6 Episodes

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Avg Length 19m

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Latest episode 3 months ago

Banished from his own lands by a usurping brother, Prospero and his daughter Miranda have been living on a deserted island for years, until fate brings the brother within the range of Prospero's powers. Will he seek revenge, or reconcilement?
Blunt Force Drama

16 Episodes

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Latest episode 10 years ago

An RPG actual play podcast.
Talk About Board Games Podcast

61 Episodes

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Avg Length 127m

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Latest episode 6 years ago

Every other week Fred and Nicole discuss what board games they are playing and allow the listener to eavesdrop on their featured game session before reviewing it. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The New York Crimes

5 Episodes

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Avg Length 13m

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Latest episode 11 years ago

The New York Crimes is a modern radio play. It is about two twenty-something brothers who live an underachieving existence in Brooklyn, until they are hired by a reclusive writer to be private investigators for his detective agency. http://thenycrimes.com
King Lear by William Shakespeare

5 Episodes

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Avg Length 41m

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Latest episode 3 months ago

Considered to be one of Shakespeare's greatest plays, the tragedy King Lear portrays some of the darkest aspects of human nature that can be found in literature. The helplessness of the human condition, as we fall prey to our destinies, the injustice and random cruelties practiced by people, suffering and humiliation, the lust for power and the greed for wealth are all depicted in this magnificent play. And through it all, runs the golden thread of love and sacrifice, daughterly affection and the true nature of our relationship with our parents. Little is known about the writing of the play. It is thought to have been drafted some time in 1603 but the authorship of Shakespeare was finally attributed to it only in the 1623 First Folio. Early 17th century audiences disliked the gloomy aspects of the play and it was given a happy ending. However, in the 19th century, the original was brought back and with it, Shakespeare's unerring grasp of human nature, love and family values. The almost fairytale quality of the opening scene can beguile the reader into a sense of familiarity. However, this is literally the lull before the storm! King Lear of Britain is aging and he wishes to divide his inheritance and the kingdom among his three daughters. However, he devises a strange test for each, based on which he will give the largest share to the winner. The daughters have to describe how much they love him. The elder two, Goneril and Regan heap praise on their father, layering their speech with fulsome compliments designed to please and flatter the old man. However the youngest, his favorite daughter, Cordelia remains silent, saying she has no words to express her love. Enraged and disappointed, the old king disinherits Cordelia and gives her share to her two sisters. Her lover, the Duke of Kent, objects, but he is banished. Lear then declares that he will spend the rest of his life with his two faithful elder daughters and here begins the kernel of the play. Said to be based on a legendary ruler of ancient Britain, Shakespeare's brilliance turns the bland myth into a towering narrative, filled with wonderful quotations and dramatic elements, creating an immortal portrait of the human condition. Lear's descent into madness and the final tragic aspects of the play make it an unforgettable read.