Welcome to the second episode of You Must Remember This is, the podcast devoted to exploring the secret/forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century. In this episode, we learn about 1979's Frank Sinatra's album Trilogy: Past, Present, and Future.
Nazis? The plague? Union bombings? Aliens? Crimes against civil rights? What do all these have in common you ask? We forgot. Join us this month as we shine a light on some Los(t) Angeles history that most history books and Nazi sympathizers would rather not talk about.
Listen to Locked On Dodgers, the daily podcast about the Los Angeles Dodgers with hosts Jeff Snider and Vince Samperio. A Twitter poll was conducted to decide who the best Dodger of all-time at each position was, and catcher/first base are the first ones to be discussed. The guys break it all down.
Listen to No Proscenium, the podcast for all things in immersive theatre. For the first episode, Julianne Just and Genevieve Gearhart, founders of LA’s The Speakeasy Society (Ebenezer, The Stronger), talk about their approach to immersive theatre and the company’s next production.
Listen to the podcast HOME: Stories from L.A. What do we mean when we talk about "home," especially when it comes to Los Angeles, a destination city? In this inaugural episode from host Bill Barol, he captures several hot takes about what exactly it means to be home.
Listen to Underbelly L.A., kicking off its first season with a trip far into the city’s past. In 1836, one of early Los Angeles’ most prominent families, the Felizes, saw their son struck down. A manhunt resulted in mob rule and a double execution — and a permanent stain on the young city.
Listen to Smart Mouth, the food-centric podcast from former L.A. Weekly food editor Katherine Spiers. Although LA-based, she interviews a variety of people about their signature dishes. In this episode, celebrity chef Marcus Spiers discusses beef kifto and its connection to his Ethiopian heritage.
Listen to Scriptnotes, a podcast discussing all things screenwriting in the film and television industry. In this episode, hosts and screenwriters John August & Craig Mazin discuss the popular "one page equals one minute" debate, giving good feedback, and how coronavirus may impact the industry.