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  • When fiercely independent Princess Adelaide of Alpinoa discovers she must be married by Christmas in order to be crowned queen, she decides to secretly create the perfect prince out of handsome American commoner, Hayden. What’s intended as a formal arrangement turns into something more when Hayden’s kindness and unconventional charm begin breaking down her walls. But little do they know, not everyone wants her to be queen, forcing Adelaide to fight for her country, open herself up to love, and come to terms with who she’s meant to be - all in time for Christmas.

    Starring Spencer Grammer and Billy Flynn. Written and directed by Jenni Melear. Story by Jenni Melear and Elena Farinas Phillips.

    Episodes 1 and 2 premiere November 24!

  • Welcome to Conspiracies with Chase! This is a podcast focused on conspiracies, no matter the size or how heated the topic is. At CWCA, we show both sides of the conspiracy so you can decide what you want to believe. New episodes are available every week, Wed-Fri @ 9:30 PM. Make sure you check us out on social media and our website for more information.

  • Welcome to Matt Beall Limitless!  Join Matt, a free-thinking CEO and Podcaster, on an open-minded exploration of a wide variety of topics.

  • Welcome to The Inside Scoop Live podcast, where we bring you captivating conversations with independent authors.

    In each episode, we go beyond the pages of the books and delve into the minds of the authors themselves. Our engaging host sits down with these literary maestros, providing a platform for them to share their inspirations, writing processes, and the stories behind their captivating works.

    Whether you’re a devoted fan or new to their writing, The Inside Scoop Live podcast takes you on an intimate journey with authors from various genres and backgrounds.

  • The Call of the Wild is a novel by American writer Jack London. The plot concerns a previously domesticated happy dog named Buck, whose primordial instincts return after a series of events leads to his serving as a sled dog in the Yukon during the 19th-century Klondike Gold Rush, in which sled dogs were bought at generous prices. Published in 1903, The Call of the Wild is London's most-read book, and it is generally considered his best, the masterpiece of his so-called "early period". Because the protagonist is a dog, it is sometimes classified as a juvenile novel, suitable for children, but it is dark in tone and contains numerous scenes of cruelty and violence. London followed the book in 1906 with White Fang, a companion novel with many similar plot elements and themes as Call of the Wild, although following a mirror image plot in which a wild wolf becomes civilized by a mining expert from San Francisco named Weedon Scott.

  • "Sam Spade" is a radio show character inspired by the fictional private detective of the same name created by American author Dashiell Hammett. Sam Spade first appeared in Hammett's 1930 novel "The Maltese Falcon." The character quickly became synonymous with the hard-boiled detective archetype: sharp-witted, morally ambiguous, and navigating the murky waters of crime and corruption.The "Adventures of Sam Spade" radio show aired from 1946 to 1951, primarily on the NBC network. It brought the character to life for listeners across the country and further cemented Sam Spade's place in detective lore.A few key features and details about the show:
    Star Talent: Howard Duff was the most famous voice behind the character of Sam Spade for the majority of the series. Lurene Tuttle played his secretary, Effie Perrine, who often became involved in his cases and provided a touch of humor to the show.Format: Each episode typically began with Spade recounting his latest case to Effie, who would then type up the report. This storytelling technique allowed for a mix of past-tense narration and present-tense dialogue, immersing listeners in Spade's world.Tone and Style: The show adopted a somewhat lighter tone compared to the gritty realism of Hammett's novel. While there were still dangerous situations and moral dilemmas, the radio series often incorporated humor, especially in the interactions between Spade and Effie.Popularity and Legacy: "The Adventures of Sam Spade" was popular during its run, receiving positive reviews and a strong listener base. The show's success is a testament to the lasting appeal of Hammett's character and the broader allure of detective stories during the golden age of radio.End of the Series: The show faced challenges due to various factors, including political pressures during the early Cold War era. Howard Duff was blacklisted for a time, which contributed to the end of the series."Sam Spade" remains a defining character in detective fiction, and the radio show is an important part of his legacy. For fans of old-time radio and detective stories, "The Adventures of Sam Spade" offers a nostalgic trip back to a time when the lines between good and bad were blurred, and mystery lurked around every corner.

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  • George MacDonald's fairy stories and fantasy have inspired a number of writers including C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien and of this popular fairy story, which as you might suspect concerns a little princess plotted against by a race of goblins, G.K. Chesterton said that it "made a difference to my whole existence."

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  • Meet Cute Presents: Dump Him! Starring Minnie Mills. By day Ruby might be your average, jaded college sophomore, but by night she’s Venus Rising—the campus radio love expert dispensing advice to lovelorn undergrads. When Venus Rising’s show faces cancellation due to a lack of interest, Ruby-slash-Venus starts breaking up all the power couples on campus, one bad piece of advice at a time. A cappella stars Paige and Parker are the first to split. But hell hath no fury like a tenor scorned, and when hotshot Parker asks nerdy nobody Ruby for help hunting Venus down... Ruby’s situation gets a little complicated.

    Story by Juli Del Prete. Produced and Directed by Julia Thompson. Sound Edit, Mix and Design by Teeny Lieberson. Story Editor: Amarlie Foster. Director of Creative Production: Lucie Ledbetter. Starring: Minnie Mills, John Karna, Eilise Patton, Jen Goma, Adam Karp, Becca Kauffman, Tommy Kang, Teeny Lieberson.

  • Podcast of poems and short stories by author & poet Rachel Lawson some dark, some light, some romantic

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  • Coffee With Meatloaf, a podcast where we have casual table talk while we drink hot, dirty bean water and pet our furry white cat, Meatloaf.

  • “Bold Venture” was a radio show that aired between 1951 and 1952. The series was set in Havana, Cuba, and followed the adventures of Slate Shannon (played by Humphrey Bogart) and his partner, Sailor Duval (played by Lauren Bacall). Slate Shannon was a former sailor and owner of the "Bold Venture" - a shipping line that primarily focused on fishing charters. Sailor Duval was his loyal companion, who also served as the ship's first mate. Together, the two ran the business and solved various mysteries that came their way.

    The show was created by Morton Fine and David Friedkin, and its popularity owed much to the involvement of the Bogarts. Humphrey Bogart was one of the most famous actors of the era and had just come off a string of successful film roles. His marriage to Lauren Bacall had also captivated the public's attention, and the couple's chemistry on the show was often cited as one of the reasons for its success.

    Each episode followed a similar structure - a new client would come to Slate and Sailor with a problem that needed solving. This would usually involve some kind of danger or criminal activity, and the duo would set about investigating. Along the way, they would cross paths with various shady characters, including smugglers, gamblers, and gangsters. The show was known for its fast-paced action, tense cliffhangers, and witty banter between the two leads.

    “Bold Venture” only ran for one season, but it remains a favorite among fans of classic radio dramas. It was a show that managed to balance thrilling adventure with light-hearted comedy, and its two iconic stars only added to its appeal.

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  • In 2009 Emily Carmichael, star of the children's show Virtue Vista Valley, was kidnapped and murdered. Now, in 2023 her sister Alex is challenging the official narrative of her sister's tragic loss. Set in the world of Weeping Cedars, Wrought of Amber explores a mystery more horrific than Alex could ever imagine.

  • Two friends, Elijah Grayson and Matt Tracy-Thompson, discuss the creepy science fiction accounts of the SCP Foundation. Join them as they explore the wide variety of SCP’s and oddities inside the documented reports of how they were discovered, and subsequently contained, if at all. Music by Elijah Grayson Editing and Post-Production by Matt Tracy-Thompson and Elijah Grayson Art by Matt Tracy-ThompsonEpisodes weekly 11 am MST FridaysTwitter: Email: [email protected] Support this podcast:

  • Follow a group of survivors as they navigate the ruins of modern civilization and battle against demons, ghosts, monsters and the looming threat of extinction from an ancient power.

  • Based on the incredible true story of Harry Dolowich, who grew up poor in New York City during the Great Depression and got rich hatching a scheme to take over the one industry that wasn't already controlled by the Mob -- the chocolate syrup industry. Harry's ambition, charm and gift of gab can only take him so far when it turns out being a syrup racketeer ain't as sweet as it sounds. With a killer cast, including Justin Bartha, Lewis Black, Ari Graynor, Michael Stuhlbarg, Bobby Cannavale, Melanie Lynskey, Jason Ritter and narrated by Richard Kind, King Of The Egg Cream is a crime story, love story and distinctly American story, all packed into ten funny, fizzy and delicious episodes. Created by Justin Bartha, Emil Stern and Sigmund Stern.

  • So let's get into it!! After being single for 8 years straight and then getting into two back to back failed relationships I'm back on the market. Not sure if I want to get into another relationship but I'm going to be dating and bringing you all along on my adventures! Please note, I'm not sleeping with the men I'm dating!! But if and when that happens it'll be in the story!! Feel free to let me know when you think I've got a keeper or a loser. I'll be sure to fill you in on all the details!!!

  • In this series, I and fellow narcissism educators discuss and share our own personal journeys with the narcissists and narcissistic abuse in our own lives.

  • Meet Cute Presents: Mile High. When an afternoon flight to Las Vegas starts to plummet, two strangers (Brynn and James) decide to spend their final moments joining the exclusive Mile High Club only to find, when the plane doesn’t crash, that Brynn is getting married. By a twist of fate, they meet up again at Brynn’s bachelorette party and connect enough to make Brynn realize that taking a chance on a sexy stranger is better than settling for Mr. Wrong.

    Story by Olivia Cuartero-Briggs. Produced and Directed by Jake DeNicola & Hil Steadman. Sound Engineer and Mixing by John DeNicola. Original Music by John DeNicola. Sound Design by Pierre-André Rigoll. Starring: Vincent Jessel, Chris Okawa, Kierna Conner, Debra DeNicola, Charlie Nishimura, Alexandra Barnhart, Steve Seltzer, Becca Kauffman, Matt Lazarus.

  • Storytelling, folk tales, fairy tales and adventures! Original fantasy short stories for kids and grown ups. All stories written and narrated by George Prince. © George Prince 2020