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A Christmas podcast that celebrates the coziest time of year.
A podcast that talks about everything Christmas... that's pretty much it.
Todd celebrates the Christmas spirit all year. Join him and his guests for monthly discussions about Christmas news, entertainment, gifts, decorating, and everything else that makes Christmas special.
Journalists Jeb Lund and David J. Roth step away from real world anxieties and step into the gentle, cornball, consequence-free world of the Hallmark Channel. Each time, we discuss a different Hallmark original movie—from Christmas cheer, to wedding jitters, to junk-store detectives—and break it down into recognizable components of angels, moms, moppets, sugary foods and themed sweaters, and try to make sense of when the stories veer away from comfort films and land in the uncanny valley. We ...
Christmas Podding is the ultimate Podcast guide to Christmas. A Podcast For Christmas tragics. This Podcast is Hosted by Liam Renton and Vanessa Gibson. These two have been friends for over a decade who instantly bonded one day at work when they both realised they were OBSESSED with the Movie LOVE ACTUALLY. They've been talking about Christmas non stop ever since. Both Liam and Ness have extensive media careers, having hosted Breakfast radio shows together in major Cities across Australia. T ...
"The Twelve Songs of Christmas" tries to sort out the place of Christmas music in our culture by talking to the people who make it.
Ken Kessler from the online Christmas music station The Sounds of Christmas talks about the station, Christmas music and related topics.
You don’t have to love Christmas to love this podcast. Film critic Collin Souter and renowned sheep expert Kerry Finegan delve into every type of Christmas movie they can find. Classics, non-classics, horror, Hallmark, obscurities, foreign, shorts, TV specials, unnecessary sequels and remakes. Even films that you might not think of as traditional Christmas movies. The great, the awful and the unusual, all year round.
Two crazy ladies discuss the absolute best AND worst Christmas movies the world has to offer. Who knows, maybe we’ll find the ideal - Christmas cracker!
Christmas Creeps is your one stop shop for holiday madness all year round. Join hosts Joseph Wade, Johnny-5 and Mr. Bradford twice a month as they destroy holiday movies and TV shows in search of the true meaning of Christmas.
It's the fascinating backstories to the Christmas traditions you cherish. Christmas Past brings you year-round Christmas history, forgotten Christmas fiction, roundtables, interviews, and most of all, Christmas cheer. And it's all from the uniquely warm and nostalgic world of Brian Earl — where the holiday season never ends!
Tinsel Tunes podcast goes into great detail about Christmas music. Full of fun and interesting facts, it will get you into the Christmas Spirit. Hear about your favorite classics or modern songs. Learn about those songs that you dislike. The stories behind these are just as interesting. You may also find some new favorites and get a heads up on what will be new each season. Review us and get a free sticker. (contact me to let me know)
Laughing All The Way
A salute to all TV holiday specials, but mostly the Christmas ones. Revisit 12 holiday classics and not-so-classics each December and July.
Join dynamic husband and wife team, Michael and Sarah as they watch every single episode of the classic 1987 Disney series DuckTales and then talk about them for your auditory pleasure.
It's a show about the raddest time of year in the baddest decade ever! That's right! We talk all things Christmas in the '80s to the max! Toys, movies, specials, music, books, games, fashion, and fads--if it was gnarly during Christmas in the '80s, we got it covered!
Based in New York City, hosts Chris & Kris explore the history and traditions of the Holidays in NYC and beyond ✌️🎅🤶👍
A dive into the characters, stories, traditions, food, and everything else surrounding the Christmas season all over the world. Each episode ends with a passage from The Lost Years of Santa Claus book, recounting stories that fill gaps in the Santa Claus mythos and answer questions about the man himself and his real story.
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A Christmascast or podcast where everyday is Christmas. Here you can celebrate with us everyday of the year as we discuss Christmas music, activities and trivia.
The best and worst of made-for-television Christmas films
Favorite Christmas Songs to warm your Christmas gathering around the fire or family holiday event
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LibriVox volunteers bring you this year's selection of 25 sacred and secular carols and Christmas songs, in English, German and Latin.
Favorite Christmas Carols to warm your Christmas gathering
LibriVox's 2006 Christmas Collection containing public domain short stories, essays, poems, and scripture passages recorded by a variety of LibriVox members.
Reviews on classic or popular Christmas movies
The worldwide LibriVox community brings you 26 Dutch, English, French, German and Japanese recordings of short stories, poems, non-fiction articles and even a short play - all with a Christmas theme. Cast of What Makes Christmas Christmas: Narrator: Pamela Krantz Christmas Gifts: Charlotte Duckett Money: Ruth Golding Christmas Tree: Amanda Friday Christmas Stocking: Snapdragon Plum Pudding: Rapunzelina An Old Man: David Olson A Child: Evie Marie The King's Son: David Lawrence A Spirit: Lyn S ...
Christmas is coming! In this episode I talk about Christmas and how many days till Christmas and Santa and much more
Christmas time is upon us!!!
This is a collection of ten Christmas Stories, some of which have been published before. I have added a little essay, written on the occasion of the first Christmas celebrated by the King of Italy in Rome. (Summary by Book Preface)
How we celebrate Christmas in Jamaica
Jazz Christmas tunes for your holiday gathering from Strings Attached
Join Nigel Slater on a walk through midwinter, all the way up to Christmas Day. There’ll be recipes for some of your festive favourites and some new ideas to excite your palate in these cold months. You'll take a tour of the Christmas markets, cook some sticky treats, spice the wine, and wind your way through the season to Christmas Day.
LibriVox’s 2007 Christmas Short Works Colletion containing public domain short stories, essays, poems, and scripture passages recorded by a variety of LibriVox members. Section 09: A Cornish Christmas Play, a mummers' play, was read by gathered members of the UK LibriVox chapter (Sarah O'Connor, Graham Redman, Cori Samuel and Peter Yearsley.)
It's Christmas FM - The Podcast, our Christmas chatter about all things Christmassy! Music, Movies, Traditions, Christmas jokes and more. We're Ireland's Christmas radio station, bringing you the Magic of Christmas, did we mention we love Christmas ; ). Enjoy our podcast.
This year's Christmas collection of short stories and non-fiction, a play, poems, and bible readings features readings in English, Bulgarian, French, German, Italian and Swedish. Cast list for The Christmas Dinner: Mother Goose: Bev J StevensGrandfather: Ray KasperGrandmother: Ronelle SpiegelFather: J KorthMother: Maria KasperWalter: Beth ThomasGertrude: Kimberly KrausSanta Claus: Phil ChenevertNarrator: MaryAnn SpiegelEdited by: MaryAnn Spiegel
The LibriVox community wants to bring you a special treat for the 2009 Holiday Season. Here is a collection of 30 traditional Christmas carols performed in a variety of styles by our wonderful volunteers. Enjoy!
This year's Christmas feast of short stories, essays and poetry is mostly English cuisine, with a little dash of French and Middle English seasoning. Here you will find many old favourites, and some festive treats which may be new to you.
This is a collection of Christmas short stories and poems by Eugene Field, published in 1912. The stories beautifully evoke an old-fashioned spirit of Christmas, each presenting a different angle of this special holiday. - Summary by Carolin
The LibriVox community wants to bring you a special treat for the 2006 Holiday Season. Here is a collection of traditional Christmas carols recorded by our wonderful voluteers. Enjoy! (Summary by Linda)
A beautiful collection of pretty little poems. (Summary by Charlotte Duckett)
On this episode, we’re paying respect to the late Richard Donner by remembering his 1988 Christmas classic, Scrooged. We’ll also count down the top 5 Christmas episodes of the Simpsons, give you a recipe for Rudolph pancakes, and hear what your favorite Christmas decorations are. Download here! 00:00 – 00:44 Special Dedication to Nammie 00:44 – 02:…
Welcome to July's episode. In this episode I'll talk about the song Up on the House Top. We'll take a quick listen to a listeners suggestion from last month's song The Friendly Beasts. We touch on an idea for next month's 3rd birthday episode. We close the episode out with another snippet of The Christmas Carol as recorded from vinyl. Music used in…
In this episode (the first full episode of season 2!) we explore the history behind Christmas in July, the traditions that have helped it explode, and some global mentions and applications of Christmas in July. Finally, we conclude the episode with part 1 of a new story from The Lost Years of Santa Claus. Please like and subscribe to the podcast, a…
Happy Christmas in July, superfriends! You didn't think we'd be doing one, but guess what? We're doing one! And wow is this one a doozy... A Karate Christmas Miracle is one of those movies that defies explanation. A kid sets out to teach himself enough karate to reach black belt by Christmas in order for his missing father to come home after a year…
This is part three of The Christmas Hirelings by Mary Elizabeth Braddon. It's the Christmas holidays at Penlyon Place! In part three of the story, there are several Christmas meals and celebrations that Sir John, Danby, Miss Hawberk and the three children attend. Sir John and the youngest child Moppet continue to form a loving bond. These chapters …
We close out another countdown to Christmas in July with a sleigh ride back to the Stone-Age Year of Our Lord 1977 to watch Santa fall off the roof and a guy who acts like a caveman take over his job. Full show notes with links at https://adventcalendar.house/episodes/a-flintstone-christmas. **** 🎙 On This Episode: • Mike Westfall (@fallwestmike), …
A new MP3 sermon from Christ Covenant Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: How Stupid Saved Christmas Subtitle: Foundations (Genesis) Speaker: Neil C. Stewart Broadcaster: Christ Covenant Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 7/18/2021 Bible: Genesis 19:30-38 Length: 45 min.…
This week we ask the question When is the right age to stop buying gifts for extended family, or are you expected to buy Christmas Presents for life? What is the official Christmas Dress Code or are all rules thrown out the window when it comes to fashion on Christmas Day. Plus We make a last minute pitch to encourage you to celebrate Christmas in …
Ken Kessler from the Sounds of Christmas talks about the recent 36th anniversary of Live Aid, and about the Band Aid single "Do They Know It's Christmas?" (and all of its sequels).Bởi Ken Kessler
Hello you beautiful person! It's another fun filled episode of the TCP. We start with a very crappy version of A Christmas Carol. This was part of the 'Tales from Dickens' TV series and stars Basil Rathbone as an actor who's career has fallen so far that he's reduced to wearing a traffic cone on his head to play Ebenezer Scrooge. I don't recommend …
Ho ho ho, Jingle Babes! We usually pick shows based on our personal history with them or a little research into the chosen show. We knew next to nothing about Mr Belverdere and having seen an episode, we're still not sure what it even is. Watch with us: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IBmh_dsZ-Q Recommendations When We Were Magic by Sarah Gailey I…
Seasons Greetings ! Welcome to another episode of the The Christmas Crackers Podcast. We are a Christmas film podcast reviewing the best (most the time worst) Christmas movies the world has to offer. All in hopes of one day finding the worlds best Christmas Cracker ! It's the month of June...I uhm July. See really aren't they just a repeat of each …
Ken Smith of the Faces To Places Podcast joins Todd to discuss his love of Christmas, his Christmas traditions, and more. Faces To Places is a podcast that drives the country's back roads to find stories of Americana. Faces To Places -Spotify -Facebook -Instagram -----Affiliate Links----- Podcast Host -Buzzsprout Remote Recording Studio -Riverside …
Joining us in person(!) is the Murtaugh and Riggs of film criticism--Erik Childress and Sergio Mims (but which is which?). We talk about Richard Donner's iconic buddy-cop movie, "Lethal Weapon" (1987) and its impact as well as its sequels. Which one is the best? How does Sammy Davis Jr. figure into all this? Is "Star Angel" worth seeing? How should…
What’s up, dudes? John and Pat from the 30something Podcast join me to talk the action-movie-set-at-Christmas “Die Hard”! It’s Bruce Willis in his breakout role taking on Alan Rickman pre-Snape! There’s terrorist thieves, “Christmas in Hollis,” and yuppies galore! Even Beethoven is in this one….well, sort of. So come out to the coast, we'll get tog…
This week, Jamie Hilsden and I have a meeting of the minds about how punk's meaning and associations have changed over time, and his punk Christmas EPs--The Myrrhderers Slay Christmas and The Myrrhderers Slay Some More--give us the place to start that conversation. Hilsden brings a very interesting perspective to the conversation as a Canadian Chri…
Join Chris & Kris as they chat and play some games with Sean from the Christmas Podcasts Podcast about all things Christmas and New York City. Stay safe and Happy Holidays! Christmas Time in the City YouTube Channel