30 Podcast results for "los angeles"
Sleepless in Los Angeles
"A monthly humorous “radio magazine” hosted by Sandra Tsing Loh, with special guests Henry Alford, Caitlin Flanagan, Julia Sweeney
CBS2 News Los Angeles: The Rundown
"Daily news, weather and sports updates at 8am and 5pm from CBS2 in Los Angeles
Bolts from the Blue
"The official home for audio programming from Bolts from the Blue, SB Nation's community for fans of the Los Angeles Chargers.
Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers
"Los Angeles Comedian Tim Powers sits down with the world's most interesting people. Song writers, actors, artists, animators, authors --Tim will get the story out of them with a charm and a sense of humor nobody else has.
"Locatora Radio is an independent podcast based out of Los Angeles that blends humor, pop culture analysis, and interviews with artists to engage listeners in nuanced discussions about feminism, sexual wellness, and arts and culture for a modern Latinx audience.
MUSED: LA 2 HOU
"MUSED: LA 2 HOU is a podcast series hosted by Melissa Richardson Banks. In late 2016, she left Los Angeles where she lived and worked for over two decades, and returned to her home state of Texas â€¦ but to a new frontier for her â€” Houston! Episodes range in focus on the concept of journeys to the literal and figurative connections between Los Angeles and Houston. #MUSEDla2hou
Hollywood And Crime
"Elizabeth Short was a star-struck young woman whose body was found completely severed at the waist in January 1947 in Los Angeles. She would be forever remembered as the Black Dahlia, and her murder remains one of the most infamous unsolved cases in the world to this day. But few people know that more than a dozen women died in similar circumstances in Los Angeles around the same time. In this ground-breaking serialized docu-drama, host Tracy Pattin investigates these sensational cases, uncovers new evidence, and immerses listeners in both the glamour and the underbelly of 20th century Hollywood.
The Big One: Your Survival Guide
"When The Big One hits it’ll take under two minutes for more than 10 million Southern Californians to lose internet, power, and a sense of security. Host Jacob Margolis and Producer Misha Euceph take you on a journey to understand what the catastrophic earthquake will mean for Los Angeles, the U.S., and the world. This is what you need to know to survive.
Stand Partners for Life
"Violinists (and husband and wife) Nathan Cole and Akiko Tarumoto give you an inside look at performing with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Each week brings new repertoire, conductors, soloists… and new stories from their life-long love affair with the violin, the symphony, and their family.
L.A. Times Morning Briefing
"The day’s news in the time it takes to make a cup of coffee. Listen to Morning Briefing for the day’s top stories in news, sports and entertainment. From Los Angeles Times, the state of what’s next. As times change, the need for quality journalism doesn’t. https://latimes.com/supportlatimes
You Had Me At Black
"You Had Me at Black is where Black Millennials tell the stories you won't see on TV. Season 5 we toured Houston, Los Angeles and Chicago to capture their most authentic and moving stories right in the heart of the city. After tuning in, visit our website (www.youhadmeatblack.com) and subscribe to our newsletter to get first dibs on tickets to our live storytelling events.
Quentin Tarantino's Feature Presentation
"In this special three-part miniseries from the Ringer Podcast Network, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino sits down with film critic Amy Nicholson to talk about five films he's programmed at his Los Angeles movie palace, the New Beverly Cinema. Along the way, their conversation leads to unexpected journeys into the director's personal history, his career, and what powers his movie obsessions.
SMP: Sunlight Media Podcast
"The Sunlight Media Podcast features individuals & entrepreneurs who have a cool product or service, charitable organization or inspiring message to share with our listeners. So far our guests have included Grammy award winning music producers, California entertainment attorneys and Los Angeles entertainment professionals. Would you like to appear on the podcast? Submit your pitch to Sunlight Media
Happier with Gretchen Rubin
"Gretchen Rubin is HAPPIER, and she wants you to be happier too. The #1 bestselling author of The Happiness Project and Better Than Before gets more personal than ever as she brings her practical, manageable advice about happiness and good habits to this lively, thought-provoking podcast. Gretchen’s cohost and guinea pig is her younger sister, Elizabeth Craft, a TV writer and producer living in Los Angeles, who (lovingly) refers to Gretchen as her happiness bully.
The Writers Panel
"The Nerdist Writers Panel series is an informal chat moderated by Ben Blacker (co-creator of The Thrilling Adventure Hour, writer on CW's Supernatural) with professional writers about the process and business of writing. Covering TV, film, comic books, music, novels, and any other kind of writing about which you'd care to hear. Proceeds from the series benefit 826LA, the national non-profit tutoring program. Recorded live at Nerdist Industries at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles.
Lakers Nation News Feed
"The Lakers Nation News Feed gives you quick-hitting analysis of all the biggest stories from the world of the Los Angeles Lakers. Host Trevor Lane of LakersNation.com explains how trades, signings, transactions, injuries, and more will impact the Lakers and their quest to return to the top of the NBA mountain. Each show focuses on providing in-depth analysis all in 10 minutes or less. Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher and the CLNS Media Network mobile app.
This is California: The Battle of 187
"In 1994 an anti-immigrant ballot initiative rocked the state of California. It turned the state into the progressive beacon it is today, but also paved the way for Donald Trump to be elected president. The Battle of 187 is hosted by award-winning reporter Gustavo Arellano and is a collaboration between the Los Angeles Times and Futuro Studios. This is California features thought-provoking, sound-rich stories about California and the West; this is our first installment.
Arrive Early, Leave Late
"A common refrain about LA sports fans is that they arrive late to games and leave early – we want to flip that on its head. Powered by the award-winning sports staff at the Los Angeles Times and helmed by veteran sports journalist Beto Duran, this podcast will smash the stereotype that our fans don’t have a passion for their sports teams. We'll provide in-depth interviews with the athletes, coaches, and front office personnel that drive our daily sports conversation. We’ll be there when you can’t – because our journalists always ARRIVE EARLY, LEAVE LATE.
There Goes The Neighborhood
"There Goes the Neighborhood: Los Angeles is a podcast about how LA has gone from the place to chase your dreams to the least affordable cities in the country. Housing prices are soaring, developers and landlords see opportunity, and many longtime Angelenos are getting squeezed out. Is there a place for you here' Produced by KCRW and WNYC Studios. Plus, catch up on the award-winning first season of There Goes the Neighborhood, which looked at the gentrification of Brooklyn, including the integral role that race plays in the process.
Lakers Nation Podcast
"The Lakers Nation Podcast is dedicated to providing intelligent Los Angeles Lakers talk year-round. Hosted by LakersNation.com Senior Writer Trevor Lane, this podcast provides a big-picture look at the Lakers world while also addressing week-to-week news. We bring on a variety of guests from the Lakers community to provide different perspectives about the purple and gold. New episodes will be available every week on iTunes, Stitcher and the CLNS Media Network mobile app. Follow Lakers Nation on Facebook and Twitter @LakersNation
"From the Los Angeles Times, “Asian Enough” is a podcast about being Asian American -- the joys, the complications and everything else in between. In each episode, hosts Jen Yamato and Frank Shyong invite celebrity guests to share their personal stories and unpack identity on their own terms. They explore the vast diaspora across cultures, backgrounds and generations, share “Bad Asian Confessions,” and try to expand the ways in which being Asian American is defined. The first and second episodes will premiere on March 17 everywhere podcasts are available, with new episodes dropping every Tuesday.
"Are you obsessed with obsession? Have you ever blurred the line between love and infatuation? In "Obsession," we'll delve deep into the history, culture, science and often deadly consequences of unrequited love. You'll learn what makes someone turn pathological and hear from real people who have experienced both sides of obsessive relationships -- and they're more common than you might think. This podcast series is funded by Focus Features and produced by LA Times Studios. The Los Angeles Times newsroom was not involved in the creation of this series.
Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia
"When Elizabeth Short, also known as The Black Dahlia was brutally killed in Los Angeles in 1947, it gripped the entire country, and became Americas most famous unsolved murder. The case remains officially open, but many believe Dr. George Hodel to be the killer, thanks to the investigation by Hodel's own son. For the first time ever, using unearthed archival audio and fresh interviews, the Hodels open up to tell their story, and the harrowing legacy of Dr. Hodel that has lasted generations. It turns out that this famous murder is only one of their awful family secrets. Through 8 episodes, sisters Rasha Pecoraro and Yvette Gentile will take a deep dive into their family history to try to figure out what really happened, and where do they all go from here?
"Parcast Presents is the central hub for special series and podcast events within the Parcast Network. It’s the place where Parcast gives back to loyal listeners, and creates unique events within the podcast space. The network behind podcast hits like Serial Killers, Cults, and Conspiracy Theories is bringing you dark, historical storytelling podcasts in a whole new way. The latest presentation is The Summer of ’69. Fifty years ago, America hit a boiling point. Vietnam War protests raged, as did the Vietnam War. The Manson Family horrified Los Angeles and the Zodiac Killer terrorized San Francisco. Psychedelic drugs spread like wildfire, and the country was still reeling from a series of high-profile assassinations. And in the midst of the chaos, we put a man on the moon…
Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael
"A show for entrepreneurs, for anyone who wants to know about business, or how to have a life while having a business. Founders Alli Webb and Michael Landau speak to budding and successful business owners whose ideas they love. Alli started their business Drybar by driving herself around to homes in Los Angeles to give blow-outs to clients, but then their business took off. Now, Drybar has over a hundred stores across the country. Alli and Michael share what it takes to risk everything on a great idea, they share the things they’re obsessed with -- and they fight like brother and sister. Oh, did we forget to mention that Alli and Michael are also siblings?
"For nearly half a century, Bill Cosby brought warmth and laughter into hearts across the country, cementing his image as “America’s Dad.” But he also led a dark, secret life preying on women. The comedian carefully coaxed each one into feeling safe and cared for, then left them to pick up the pieces of their lives. It all started with Andrea Constand. She carried the burden of being the only one of the 60-plus accusers whose case could be tried in a court of law. Now, she's telling her side of the story, along with firsthand accounts from more than a dozen survivors, jurors and prosecutors. From the Los Angeles Times, and hosted by investigative reporter Nicki Weisensee Egan, "Chasing Cosby" is the definitive take of the rise and fall of Bill Cosby. New episodes released every Tuesday.
Larger Than Life
"In 1960s Los Angeles, after the catastrophic Watts riots, an outsized character emerged — one who found an unexpected way to unite people across race and class. Odds are you’ve never heard of him. From LA Times Studios, the team behind “Dirty John” and “Man in the Window,” comes “Larger Than Life,” a docu-series about Big Willie Robinson, a 6-foot-6, muscle-bound street racer who preached peace a quarter-mile at a time. Cops and criminals, movie stars and miscreants, even Crips and Bloods — out at the drag strip, Big Willie could get them all to see eye to eye, easing tensions and making L.A. a safer and more unified place. For a time, he was a celebrated figure in L.A. — but today his legend has faded. What caused him to fall into obscurity? Reported, written and hosted by Daniel Miller from the L.A. Times. Photo Illustration by Wondery.
"The sign above his hospital bed called him Sixty-Six Garage. For more than 15 years, he would lay there unidentified and unconscious. Or so, everyone believed. From LA Times Studios and the team that brought you “Dirty John” and “Man in the Window,” comes “Room 20,” a story about the search for a man’s identity and the truth about his accident. Investigative reporter Joanne Faryon’s two-year journey is filled with twists and turns. Now, she'll finally reveal who Garage really is. But one important question remained for her upon this discovery: has Garage been conscious this entire time? This series was produced by L.A. Times Studios with support from Neon Hum Media. The Los Angeles Times newsroom was not involved in the creation of the podcast.
"Anaheim investigator Julissa Trapp is not like other detectives. She’s the only woman on the homicide squad, and a skilled chameleon: undercover cop in vice stings, crime-scene commander, patient confidante of killers. A master interrogator, she invokes her personal experience – and deepest griefs – as a tool to elicit confessions. When a young woman’s body is found at a trash-sorting plant, Trapp learns the murder may be linked to the disappearance of three other women in nearby Santa Ana. Trapp embarks on a dark journey that brings her face to face with a man who takes “a little piece of her soul.” The series is about a singular detective on a relentless, sometimes lonely quest for answers. From the Los Angeles Times and Wondery, “Detective Trapp” is a new story from Christopher Goffard, the writer and host of “Dirty John.”
"The Spin is a weekly one hour podcast featuring women of color talking policy, social justice, race, sex, gender, power, love. It's a pioneering podcast led by award winning international journalist ESTHER ARMAH. We air in the US, Ghana, London. The Spin rostrum mixes the brilliance of activists, organizers, academics, journalists and artists to create engaging, dynamic, powerful podcasts. This is a global production team led by Esther Armah. It combines and includes Starr FM radio in Ghana, NPR in Washington DC, the African American Public Radio Consortium in New York and our editor in Los Angeles. The Spin also creates public conversation campaigns on Esther's concept 'emotional justice' in partnership with publications. These campaigns include men. Host Esther Armah has worked as a journalist in London, New York, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, Lesotho, Washington DC, Philadelphia. She's a media lecturer, and a columnist for Business & Financial Times .