|Entry ID||Name||Podcast Name||Podcast URL||Podcast Feed URL||Year First Published||Actual First Episode Date||Year Ended||Genre 1||Location: Country||City||State / Region||Podcast Description||Brief Bio||Additional Hosts||Awards and/or Accomplishments||First Podcast You Listened To||Podcast Logo||Bio / Sample .mp3||Entry Date|
|4||Greg Maysemail@example.com||Viva Podcast, then Simple Cocktails||simple-cocktails.com/podcast||2004||10/01/2004||2008||Couplecast||USA||Las Cruces and Albuquerque||New Mexico|
Initially 5x a week, Viva Podcast mostly discussed media, music and movie reviews, and always a sprinkling of New Mexico flair, including the "New Mexico History Minute." Podcast went dormant for several years and Greg & Lisa returned with new content at the Simple Cocktails podcast from 2014-2017. See www.simple-cocktails.com/podcast
Greg & Lisa Mays were (at the time) college students and very interested in the huge world of podcasting. Talking was fun, and Lisa in particular was very good at it. Content continued for several years, went dormant, and returned in 2014 for Simple-Cocktails.com as the Simple Cocktails Podcast.
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|5||Geoffrey Kleinmanfirstname.lastname@example.org||DVD Talk Radio||https://www.dvdtalk.com/radio/||2004||02/04/2004||2018||Interview||United States||Portland||Oregon|
DVD Talk Radio took the popular DVD Talk site and expanded it with regular interviews with move directors, stars, and other home entertainment-related topics.
Geoffrey Kleinman is a writer, educator, and entrepreneur.
Geoffrey has been involved with the internet since 1988 with BitNet, and with prior to that with PopNet. His "Inkblot's Spot" in 1985 was one of the early online bulletin boards.
After earning a Batchelor of Science in Cinema & Photography at Ithaca College in 1992, Geoffrey moved to Los Angeles where he worked as an assistant editor for Chanticleer Films, and as an Agent's Assistant at Creative Artists Agency.
In 1993 Geoffrey moved to Portland Oregon and became a principal member of one of the first Web Design companies Vulcan's Forge. He authored one of the first online business-oriented email newsletters "The Kleinman Report".
Geoffrey worked at Intel in Internet E-Commerce and Marketing from 1996-1999 where he ran the Intel Owner's Club which became one of the largest consumer affinity programs in Intel's history.
In 1998 Geoff created DVDTalk.com which he grew to be one of the top 1,000 trafficked sites online. It was acquired by Internet Brands in 2007. During this time he created one of the first Podcasts "DVD Talk Radio" and regularly contributed to WGN Radio and Air America. He also had a regular TV segment on AM Northwest on KATU TV.
In 2010, Geoff created DrinkSpirits.com. He was nominated in 2013 for Best Writing by the Tales of The Cocktail Spirited Awards. He also had a regular radio show on KPAM Radio, "The Drink Spirits Happy Hour."
In 2012 Kleinman was awarded the honor of Kentucky Colonel from Steve Beshear, the governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. He was also awarded Gold Certification from the BNIC (Bureau National Interprofessionnel du Cognac) as a Certified Cognac Educator.
Geoff's writing has been featured in many publications including Whisky Advocate, and Playboy Magazine. He has appeared on ABC News, The Wall Street Journal, and in Playboy Magazine.
In 2016, Geoffrey sustained a head injury and suffered from Post Concussion Syndrome for 3 years, his video series on dealing with a brain injury is one of the most in-depth and radically honest online:
Geoff is an avid fan of Chinese and Taiwanese tea and he has studied under the tea master Po Rosenberg. He is a practitioner of Zhening Qi Gong.
Geoff lives in Marblehead, MA with his three kids, amazing wife, and two Labradoodles.
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|1||Drew Domkusemail@example.com||The Dawn and Drew Show!||http://thedawnanddrewshow.com||http://thedawnanddrewshow.com/feed/||2004||09/23/2004||Still Active||Comedy, Mature||United States||Wayne||Wisconsin|
Podcasting since September 2004, Dawn Miceli and Drew Domkus, two ex gutter punks who fall in love, buy a retired farm in Wisconsin (then move to Costa Rica and back) and tell the world their dirty secrets… Always profane, rarely profound.
The Dawn and Drew Show is a podcast starring and produced by a married couple, Dawn Miceli (born in West Allis, Wisconsin) and Drew Domkus (formerly of the Scaterd Few) The couple moved back to their farmhouse in Wayne, Wisconsin after being robbed and nearly killed in their home in Playa Cocles, Costa Rica. While they regroup and work up a game plan, Dawn Miceli continues to tour with the band Rasputina while Drew tries to learn how to make iPhone apps.
The show is described as "two ex gutter punks fall in love, buy a retired farm in Wisconsin and tell the world their dirty secrets... always profane, rarely profound." Dawn and Drew live with many pets including dogs, a cat, one sugar glider. The couple used to own Echo Books and Chocolate Lounge in Playa Cocles, Costa Rica.
2005 Podcast Award - Mature
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|10||Brian Ibbottfirstname.lastname@example.org||Coverville||www.coverville.com||http://coverville.com/feedburner.feeds.com/Coverville||2004||09/28/2004||Still Active||Music||United States||Arvada||Colorado|
Coverville is a music program that primarily features independent artists and the transformational cover songs they perform.
Brian Ibbott has been producing podcasts since 2004, starting with the Coverville cover song podcast, and continuing with shows like Film Sack, The Morning Stream, Soundography, and America's Next Top Podcaster. Brian was inducted into the Podcasting Hall of Fame in 2017, and has been featured in media outlets like Wired, Rolling Stone and The New York Times. A long-time comic book, music and trivia geek, Brian can regale you with stories about characters that SHOULD be in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but he won't be able to do it in Klingon. Brian lives in beautiful Arvada, Colorado, with his wife Tina and son Tristan.
2005: Music/Radio Podcast, Podcast Awards
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|3||Clinton Alvordemail@example.com||comedy4cast||https://www.comedy4cast.com||https://www.comedy4cast.com/rss2.xml||2005||06/19/2005||Still Active||Comedy||United States||New England|
comedy4cast is random bits of fun. It is a short-form comedy podcast that features sketches, skits, and the occasional multi-part story.
comedy4cast host Clinton Alvord fell in love with creating stores for audio while working at his college radio station. Later, in professional life, he had the chance to write and produce several radio spots. Still, he wanted a return to those thrilling days of producing fun content with no need to go through a corporate filter. When he learned about podcasting in early 2005, he knew he had found the holy grail. Within months Clinton was producing content for his own podcast, comedy4cast. The show has been nominated for several awards over the years, including the Parsec Awards, The People's Choice Podcast Awards and the Podcast Peer Awards, which he won on multiple occasions. comedy4cast is still in production, and Clinton shows no sign of slowing down.
Podcast award winner/Hall of Fame, etc.
|The Official Disneyland Resort Podcast, hosted by Michael Geoghegan||http://historyofpodcasting.com/wp-content/uploads/vfb/2019/08/comedy4cast-VERY-OLD-logo.jpg||2019-08-15 20:51:51|
|6||Samantha Murphyfirstname.lastname@example.org||SMtv||2004||10/03/2004||2010||Music||United States||Los Angeles||CA|
SMtv was a podcast hosted by and dedicated to singer songwriters. Artist Samantha Murphy featured a different musical artist from a different city and music venue as she toured.
Samantha Murphy grew up performing in her family's musical band from the time she was six years old. She was a staff songwriter for Warner/Chappell and her songs have been heard in TV, film and on commercials for Sony, Hummer and Barbie. She is a fan of God, but not religion.
Guests included Martha Wainwright, AJ Croce, Steve Poltz, Inara George, Mike Schmid, Gregory Page, Jesca Hoop, Miniature Tigers and many others.
Accepted into TechStars Incubator Program 2008. Sponsored by the Consumer Technology Association for 7 years. Partnerships with Billboard, Oxfam and Gibson. One of the first Roku channels after re-branding as The Highway Girl.
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|7||Michael Butleremail@example.com||The Rock And Roll Geek Show||www.rockandrollgeek.com||https://www.americanheartbreak.com/rnrgeekwp/feed/podcast/||2004||08/14/2004||Still Active||Music||USA||San Francisco||Ca|
Music and talk from a rock and roll geek
Michael Butler is a musician and a podcaster.
|Daily Source Code||2019-08-31 21:31:33|
|8||Tim Bakerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Radio Clash Mashup Podcast||https://www.radioclash.com||https://www.radioclash.com/podcast/||2004||11/29/2004||Still Active||Mashup||United Kingdom||London|
Do you struggle to have the time or knowledge to find good new music? Every few weeks Tim from London does the work for you, wading through hundreds of tracks to create an eclectic mix of the latest and greatest tunes from around the world. Remixes, mashups, strange covers, surprising genres, memes and musical madness, new tunes or newly found classics, you name it, he's probably played it. So if you want to hear your next favourite band, or fall in love with a track or genre you've not heard before, listen to Radio Clash, one of the world's first music podcasts since 2004!
Inspired by the death of John Peel when my partner fed up my ranting that no-one else will continue the work of Peel said 'why don't you do it yourself?'. I had just come across podcasts via Adam Curry, and realised yes, I could put the show on *right here*. And following the edict of 'go with what you know' as a mashup artist and DJ in the mashup community I started the podcast playing nearly all mashups for the first year. I then ran out of the best mashups as I was producing shows at a high rate (every 3 days for the first shows, and then weekly) and decided to open the podcast out to all genres of music.
We've interviewed many people in the mashup community - DJ Earworm who played at the Olympics, The Kleptones who is a fixture at Glasto, rx, Phil n’ Dog who created one of the first mashups to top the charts (Mylo's Dr Pressure), A+D from Bootie in San Francisco and Mike from Bastard in the UK, even a 'Hi' from Jack White once!
But also we covered events like London and Brighton Pride and a focus on queer/LGBTQ issues and the Gay Shame mix series, and politics. Music festivals like Coachella, trips to far flung places like the US, Scotland, Spain, Portugal and even once did a podcast in the middle of a field in Canada, in a Amtrak toilet and a Barcelona bathroom!
Since around 2008 most of the shows have been solo and mostly located in London, with the occasional co-host or guest. Themes play a big part, and artist series on various known and lesser known artists from The Beatles (mashups, mixes and covers) to Negativland, Kiki and Herb, The Clash and Joe Strummer (obviously), Ivor Cutler and the Bonzo Dog Band. Eclectic is the name of the game - from Japanese Idol metal to arabic disco, african hiphop, Saharan pop, Icelandic punk and indian psych, we have played it all. And that's the idea behind the podcast, hence the name - the clash of professional vs amateur podcasting (mashing up the radio format, experimented in many different styles over the years especially with sister podcast Digital Debris) and clash of different tunes playing at once, has now become a clash of cultures and genres.
Kirk - regular occasional co-host from 2004-2014
Until November 2014, Radio Clash was the longest continuously running UK music podcast – as far as I can tell.
Worlds first podcast on psychedelics (then legal mushrooms, in June 2005!).
One of the first, if not the first mashup podcasts, and one of the first music podcasts in the UK.
Featured in The Independent, Spin magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Now Playing, BBC Collective, BBC Radio 6 Phil Jupitus’ blog and Dazed and Confused.
Shows done from remote locations including a field in Canada, Paris, Outer Hebrides, Lisbon and America including Bootie UK Invasion San Francisco special three parter.
Wrote a chapter in Podcast Hacks by O'Reilly (2005)
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|9||Lynette Youngemail@example.com||New Jersey PB&J||2004||10/01/2004||2005||Comedy||USA||Hamilton||NJ|
Your ultimate source for audio voyeurism in and around New Jersey. Interviews, guests, mobile podcasting, family life, nightlife, movie reviews, shore talk & more.
Your ultimate source for audio voyeurism in and around New Jersey. Interviews, guests, mobile podcasting, family life, nightlife, movie reviews, shore talk & more.
(Links now defunct)
|Accident Hash / CC Chapman||2019-09-12 19:04:12|
|11||Augie De Blieck Jr.||firstname.lastname@example.org||The Various and Sundry DVD Podcast||VariousAndSundry.com||http://www.variousandsundry.com/podcast.xml||2004||12/28/2004||2006||Movies||USA||North Haledon||NJ|
The Various and Sundry DVD podcast was a weekly look at the new released in the world of DVDs. It was spun off from my personal blog, VariousAndSundry.com, hence the name.
In 2004, I was a blogger with some radio experience (college and local radio PSA airtime) who loved the DVD format and was catching up on years of neglect from not watching enough movies. Blending the two together seemed like fun. I was 28 when I started the show. I started a second podcast a week later (Jan 5, 2005), The Pipeline Comics Podcast, that had more success and lasted a year or two longer.
None, it was always a solo show
I was interviewed for O'Reilly's original book on podcasting for this show.
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|12||Dan Klassemail@example.com||The Bitterest Pill||http://www.thebitterestpill.com||http://www.danklass.com/pill/feed/podcast/||2004||11/03/2004||Still Active||comedy||USA||Los Angeles||CA|
Monologues/rants/true stories from Dan Klass, "former comedian, failed actor, stay-at-home-dad," recorded under the flightpath at Los Angeles International Airport.
DAN KLASS is a former stand-up comedian and Hollywood actor who started podcasting "The Bitterest Pill" in 2004.
2017 Inductee, Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame
|Daily Source Code (Adam Curry)||http://historyofpodcasting.com/wp-content/uploads/vfb/2019/09/bitterest_image.jpg||2019-09-20 18:11:59|
|13||Frank Norafirstname.lastname@example.org||The Overnightscape||http://www.theovernightscape.com/||http://www.theovernightscape.com/archives/category/podcast/feed||2004||10/17/2004||Still Active||Pop Culture||United States||Nutley||NJ|
Since 2003, Frank Edward Nora has been broadcasting his unique brand of lively, messy, stream-of-consciousness monologues to a small (but dedicated) Internet listening audience. Each episode is a pleasantly deranged ramble through the mysteries and pleasures of life, pop culture, current events, weirdness, technology, New York City, food, beverages, cartoons, conspiracy theories, childhood memories, New Jersey, coffee, the occult, Walt Disney World, vegetarianism, Star Wars, pinball, popcorn, Japan, mass transit, candy, video games, time travel, The Beatles, virtual reality, cigars, television, whiskey, and everything in-between.
While 10/17/04 is the date of the first episode I released as a podcast, the show actually began on 3/27/03.
Frank Edward Nora is a graphic designer from New Jersey. He records his show, The Overnightscape, on his daily commute to Manhattan.
|Static Radio||http://historyofpodcasting.com/wp-content/uploads/vfb/2019/10/show_overnightscape.jpg||2019-10-12 00:42:09|
|14||Matthew Wayne Selznickemail@example.com||The MWS Media Radio Show Podcast / The DIY Endeavors Podcast||https://archive.org/details/TheMwsMediaRadioShowDiyEndeavorsPodcast||2004||10/15/2004||2016||Independent Music||United States||Hesperia||California|
One of the earliest music podcasts to focus entirely on unsigned, independent music and other creative endeavors in all genres from all over the globe.
Matthew Wayne Selznick is an author, podcaster, creator, and creative services consultant living in southern California. A new media pioneer in podcasting (2004) and independent publishing (2005), this Parsec Award nominated creator made history in 2005 when his first book, "Brave Men Run," became the first novel in history with a simultaneous release in paperback, five e-book formats, and free podcast editions. He continues to produce podcasts for himself and clients, assists independent creators to bring their works to fruition, to market, and to an audience, and release his own creative endeavors.
|Maybe the Daily Source Code..? Or an episode from the Conversations Network...?ed?||2019-11-16 04:06:54|
|15||Dean Whitbreadfirstname.lastname@example.org||John Cleese Podcast||http://www.johncleesepodcast.com/||http://www.johncleesepodcast.com/feed/||2005||10/10/2005||2009||Comedy||United Kingdom||London|
The thoughts, observations and musings of John Cleese. Produced by Mark Crook and Dean Whitbread of Funk www.funk.co.uk
John Marwood Cleese (/kliːz/; born 27 October 1939) is an English actor, voice actor, comedian, screenwriter, and producer. He achieved success at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and as a scriptwriter and performer on The Frost Report. In the late 1960s, he co-founded Monty Python, the comedy troupe responsible for the sketch show Monty Python's Flying Circus. Along with his Python co-stars Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin and Graham Chapman, Cleese starred in Monty Python films, which include: Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975), Life of Brian (1979) and The Meaning of Life (1983).
In the mid-1970s, Cleese and his first wife, Connie Booth, co-wrote the sitcom Fawlty Towers, and he starred in it as Basil Fawlty. The series resulted in Cleese receiving the 1980 BAFTA for Best Entertainment Performance, and in 2000 the show topped the British Film Institute's list of the 100 Greatest British Television Programmes. In a 2001 Channel 4 poll Basil was ranked second on their list of the 100 Greatest TV Characters. Cleese co-starred with Kevin Kline, Jamie Lee Curtis, and former Python colleague Michael Palin in A Fish Called Wanda (1989) and Fierce Creatures (1997), both of which he also wrote; for A Fish Called Wanda, he was also nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. He has also starred in Time Bandits (1981) and Rat Race (2001) and has appeared in many other films, including Silverado (1985), Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1994), two James Bond films (as R and Q), two Harry Potter films (as Nearly Headless Nick), and three Shrek films.
Emerging from the Cambridge Footlights in the 1960s, Cleese specialises in satire, black comedy, sketch comedy and surreal humour. With Yes Minister writer Antony Jay, he co-founded Video Arts, a production company making entertaining training films. In 1976, Cleese co-founded The Secret Policeman's Ball benefit shows to raise funds for the human rights organisation Amnesty International. Although a long running supporter of the Liberal Democrats, in 1999 he turned down a life peerage offer from the party.
Arriving to fix a printer and saving him £60,000 in his first year as “techie”, over the ten years he spent working for and occasionally with John Cleese, Dean produced a series of popular videos, podcasts and blogs, and a football song. Dean ran John’s Twitter account so successfully that when John finally perked up and started using it himself, people didn’t believe it was him.
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|16||Ed Robertsemail@example.com||Kansas City Weather Podcast||http://KCWeather.org||2005||02/07/2005||2012||Local||United States||Kansas City||MO|
Daily weather forecasts for the Kansas City area.
Ed Roberts is a former broadcast meteorologist in Kansas City. He has assisted companies with risk management and decision support for parts of their business that are impacted by the weather.
Podcast Peer Award: Best Regional Podcast (2006)
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|17||Bryan Deemerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Comic Geek Speak||http://www.comicgeekspeak.com||2005||03/07/2005||Still Active||Comic books||United States||Reading||PA|
A group of life-long friends gather rounds the mics and talk about comics.
A group of life-long friends gather rounds the mics and talk about comics.
|Adam Curry||2019-12-07 18:52:35|
|18||Chris Cavallariemail@example.com||The Martini Shot: Moviemaking for Beginners||2005||08/01/2004||2007||Filmmaking||USA||New Jersey|
A podcast for the novice Independent Moviemaker. Includes the Director's Chair, Camera Talk, Mag Check, Interviews, Commentary, Photography, tips & tricks, Site of The Week, and much, much more.
Host Chris Cavallari was a cinematographer and video producer working in independent film and corporate video in the New York City Metro area when he began The Martini Shot: Moviemaking for Beginners podcast. Inspired by his colleagues, he took listeners through the fundamentals of filmmaking, combining news, interviews, and educational segments.
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|19||C.C. Chapmanfirstname.lastname@example.org||Reality Bitchslap Radio||2004||12/21/2004||2005||Talk||United States||Boston||MA|
Rants, commentary and whatever else comes to mind when C.C. Chapman hits record on the microphone. Not safe for work in any way.
One of the first podcasts launched during the magic year of 2004. C.C. Chapman had been looking for a way to share his thoughts on all that was going on around him and when he discovered podcasting he fell in love. Each show ended with an independent music track which would lead to the creation of the Accident Hash Podcast.
|In Over Your Head||2020-01-08 19:56:36|
|20||Shelly Brisbinemail@example.com||Shelly's Podcast||http://shellyspodcast.com||http://shellyspodcast.com/myfeed.xml||2004||12/30/2004||2015||Personal Reflections||United States||Austin||TX|
My eponymous podcast began as a sort of meta podcast about learning how to make a podcast. I talked about technology for awhile, then the show morphed into more of a personal observations. Eventually, it turned into an off-and-on couplecast, when my husband joined the show part-time, and became popular with listeners.
I've been a journalist for more than 30 years, spending most of that time writing and talking about technology. I've written some 20 books on the subject, and spent a number of years on the editorial staffs of technology magazines and web sites. I make my home in Austin, Texas.
Frank Feuerbacher, aka The Fabulous Frank
2007 Podcast Peer Award
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|21||Jeroen Schoutenfirstname.lastname@example.org||The Skinny White Boy Kastpod||https://jeroen.club||2005||06/02/2005||2009||Music||US||Parsons||Kansas|
From the Hickory smoked heartland. Double the mess and half the taste. monkey, microphone opinion!
Originally from Amsterdam, Jeroen moved the US in 1998 and caught the first wave of podcasting after seeing Adam Curry's mugshot on the cover of Wired Magazine. Currently he is broadcasting (in Dutch) on Brisbane's (Queensland, Australia) 4EB -98.1 FM. Jeroen lives North of Brisbane with his wife, two daughters, three cats and a cockatiel.
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|22||Grant Masonemail@example.com||Three From Leith||www.threefromleith.com||http://feeds2.feedburner.com/ThreeFromLeith||2005||08/09/2005||Still Active||Music||UK||Edinburgh|
The best in unsigned & independent music, brought to you from the historic port of Leith in Scotland.
Tall Scotsman who likes to blether on a bit. Own teeth & knees. The podcast gets less frequent with age, much like its host.
|23||Victor Cajiaofirstname.lastname@example.org||Typical Macuser Podcastrigs||typicalmacuser.com||2005||04/24/2005||2011||Tech||USA||Corona||California|
This was a podcast to hel switchers from Windows to Nac how to use their Nac computers
Started podcasting in 2005 did many many shows. Made a buck or two and had fun.
George Starcher at times as well as me beers of Friends In Tech podcast network.
|Mac geek podcast||2020-09-06 07:50:49|
|24||Bobby Blackwolfemail@example.com||The Bobby Blackwolf Show||http://BobbyBlackwolf.com/||http://feeds.feedburner.com/BobbyBlackwolfShow||2005||07/24/2005||Still Active||Video Games||USA|
The Bobby Blackwolf Show is a weekly internet radio show and podcast discussing the latest news in the video game industry as well as sometimes reminiscing about gaming's history. Recording live on Sunday nights, the show is formatted after an AM Radio talk show with live calls and chat interaction and has done so since its inception in 2005.
Bobby Blackwolf is the co-founder of the Voice of Geeks Network, a podcast network and streaming network devoted to all things geek culture. A 20+ year software developer by trade, Bobby has been podcasting about the video game industry since 2005. He was the initial station manager for All Games Radio, an all-gaming podcasting network that began in 2005 and is still going strong today. He has spoken at several conventions and conferences about podcasting, moderated panels about gaming, and is currently on the leadership team of Dragon Con's Digital Media Track which hosts 60+ panels a year over Labor Day weekend all about digital media creation from Podcasting to Twitch to TikTok.
2007 Xbox Community Awards Podcast of the Year - Nominated
|Some local Atlanta podcast that had only a few episodes total in 2004||http://historyofpodcasting.com/wp-content/uploads/vfb/2020/09/1200ShowCover.jpg||2020-09-14 19:55:46|