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  • The Man of Twists and Turns: The Crime Fiction & Thrillers Podcast

    This is the place for fans of crime fiction and thrillers. The Man of Twists and Turns is packed with “How to” tips on writing thrillers, behind the scenes looks at crime writing, and a FREE psychological novel podcast in serial form. Matt Rees is an award-winning writer of crime fiction, thrillers and historical fiction.

  • Internet History Podcast

    A History Of The Internet Era From Netscape To The iPad. A fully interactive history project outlining the people and technologies that made the Internet Era possible. Includes interviews with those involved.

  • Revision Path

    Revision Path is a showcase of the world's Black graphic designers, web designers, and web developers. Each week, Maurice Cherry interviews these designers and developers about their work, their inspirations, and more.

  • The Rocketship Podcast : 20 minute interviews with successful SaaS founders about the early days of their business and the activities that helped them succeed at key points along the way

    20 minute interviews with successful SaaS founders about the early days of their business and the activities that helped them succeed at key points along the way..

  • Smart Time Online

    Smart Time Online is a podcast created for YOU, the entrepreneur who wants to optimize their business conversions, marketing and web design to make more money. Each episode uncovers actionable strategies for lead gen, marketing and sales funnels, social media, and advanced digital marketing conversion. Co-hosted by some of the most respected authorities in business today, you'll also discover the habits and productivity practices that business experts attribute most to their success. Join us and extract priceless business optimization tips 3 times a week!

  • Off Radar

    William and Aaron talk about things that you won't find interesting. You can contact William and Aaron at offradarpodcast@gmail.com or on Twitter @prsgtrfrk or @aaronfreshhh

  • Reel Talk Radio

    Movie news and reviews

  • Urban Toledo Gang Podcast

    Urban Toledo Gang is a comedy group born from the Y2K; long-time friends who grew up on video games, bad action films, stand up comedy and improv music. The UTG has some of the oddest and funniest stories you've heard. So have your ears pull up a seat. Listen, relax, laugh and enjoy the Urban Toledo Gang as much as we like being it!

  • The ReachKeep Podcast

    Innovative Ideas and Training Solutions for Outreach Minded Local Churches. ReachKeep.com podcasts are a digital doorway to new and innovative way to run a conservative, yet outreach oriented church. Since the 1980’s our goal has been to help churches reach out to the young people and families in their communities. Extensive travel has taken us to hundreds of Bible believing, conservative church across the United States and Canada. From these churches, where we have served, we have gleaned many important lessons, both good and bad. These lessons have been distilled down in to what we call the ReachKeep way. What was originally developed as an outreach methodology for youth (Reach’em, Keep’em, Get Mom and Dad too!) has developed into an entire church-wide strategy that old fashioned churches can use to make huge strides forward in their communities.

  • Tell Me About Your Song

    Discussions with songwriters about a song they wrote.

  • Conan

    This action-packed fantasy takes place twelve thousand years ago, an undreamed-of age before recorded history filled with fantastic kingdoms across an uncharted world. An age of superstition and myth populated by mystical wizards and menacing creatures, this Hyborian Age spawned a true hero, Conan. With the aid of ragtag warriors Otli, Bayu and Zzeban, he quests to free his homeland from the rule of an all-powerful sorcerer and deals with beautiful, fiery bandit queen Karella.

  • The Dresden Files

    A Chicago-based wizard works as a private investigator.

  • Conviction

    Young assistant district attorneys struggle with caseloads that try their knowledge and character.

  • Coolio's Rules

    Rap star Coolio knows what it's like to rule the world of rap. But, Coolio's life has turned upside-down as he deals with being a hip-hop daddy. Now Coolio has to figure out how to balance his family, music career, and his latest passion --cooking.

  • Cool Kids' Parties

    Throwing a party for the kids isn't as easy as it used to be, but FINE LIVING TV NETWORK's Cool Kids' Parties has the scoop on all the current trends. Twenty years ago, if your child had a birthday party, you simply invited friends, played Pin-The-Tail-On-The-Donkey, and baked a cake. Now parents hire actors to portray Disney characters and rent out amusement parks! How do you compete with that? FINE LIVING TV NETWORK's expert party planners are here to help, with hip, creative, fun, and budget-conscious ideas for every kid, tween, and teen occasion imaginable. With the help of FINE LIVING's Cool Kids' Parties, you'll be the hit of the party!

  • Cool Tools

    Did you know there's a device that lets you carry a sheet of heavy plywood with just one hand? How about using your drill for everything from cleaning ducts to snipping sheet metal? What does "WD-40" stand for, and did you know there are more than 2,000 uses for it? Gadget guy Chris Grundy answers these burning questions and more on Cool Tools. He also gives viewers an exclusive look at tools you may not even know about - from the tried and true to the latest and greatest - revealing insider tips and little-known techniques from the people who helped create them. If you like tools, you'll go nuts for Cool Tools.

  • Cops

    Producer/writer/director John Langley created Fox Broadcasting Company's television series COPS in 1988. The long-running FBC reality program, currently in its 19th season, pioneered the often emulated video verite format.

  • Corkscrewed: The Wrath of Grapes

    The hottest television producers in America venture into a world they know nothing about...sweet dreams slowly ferment into sour grapes as "American Idol" executive producers Nigel Lythgoe and Ken Warwick invest in a California vineyard.

  • CosmoWarrior Zero

    “Cosmo-Warrior Zero” is a new space fantasy created by Leiji Matsumoto, the famous illustrator and author of popular comic books and animation products. Leiji Matsumoto is best known in the US and Europe as well for the animated series entitled “Star Blazers” (a.k.a. Space Cruiser Yamato), “Captain Harlock” and “Galaxy Express 999."

  • Cover Me

    Based on the true life of a smooth talking FBI man who protects his family by partnering them up with him cracking criminals.