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Carousel Radio is a show and a podcast that is planned and presented by our learning disabled DJs and radio presenters. It’s one of the only places on the radio where you can hear spoken word exclusively by learning disabled artists. Produced in Brighton, UK by Carousel - http://carousel.org.uk/
 
Welcome aboard The Giddy Carousel of Pop! We are a Smash Hits appreciation podcast dedicated to the swingorilliant British pop magazine which ran from 1978 to 2006. In each episode, we take an old issue of Ver Hits (usually from the 1980s but may slip a year or two either side of that) and discuss what’s on its pages, looking at who’s riding high on the carousel and who’s heading down the dumper. We always have a guest to help us along the way, so we’ll be talking to the readers, the writers ...
 
Carousel of Dick Jokes features a rotating cast of some of the funniest writers and columnists from the popular comedy site Cracked.com. Want to know what when the grunts behind the least glamorous part of a successful comedy website share their opinions on today's pop culture and social issues? No? Well screw you buddy, our moms like us.
 
I'M NOT A ARTIST. I'M NOT A DESINGER. I'M ART. http://apple.co/2af5WBi http://bit.ly/ElectronicSoundCarousell-pod Bei dem Projekt #musikdenker handelt es sich um das musikalische Alter-Ego von Graphik-Designer Manuel »gee« Gotzen aus Duisburg. Während seiner ausgiebigen Design-Sessions spielt Musik als kreative Stimulanz für ihn eine große Rolle. Dabei liegt in der Natur des kreativen Geistes, sich nicht nur mit Gegebenen zu begnügen, sondern den Dingen eine neue Form geben zu wollen. Entspr ...
 
Come with us as we stumble our way through a plethora of topics from true crime, mysteries, conspiracies, history, literature and anything and everything we deem worthy of the Carousel Sniper Victim treatment. The first episode of each topic, is a narrated timeline, scored with custom backing music. The second episode is a slightly intoxicated, somewhat drunken stumble towards the truth as we breakdown the topic in greater detail and go off on wild drifting tangents. Shallow, heavily tangent ...
 
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Over the next eight months, Carousel Radio is presenting three exciting seasons of spoken word and sound. In this month’s show we have the third drama from our ‘Tales from Unreality’ season, a series of three radio plays exploring sci-fi and magical realism themes, written and acted by learning disabled artists. This month’s drama, ‘The Masquerade’…
 
Want to be your favorite character while at Walt Disney World or Disneyland? Unsurprisingly, Disney has do's and don'ts for people wanting to embody their favorite character while in the parks. Ian and Crystal discuss the concept of Disney Bounding, what it is, and how you can do it yourself. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★…
 
Welcome to Foley woods. This place is an imaginary woodland. As we walk about the forest we might find the Carousel Chorus, and storytellers and poets, Eleana Re and Yassin Zelestine. After so many months indoors, we thought we should spend some time outside, in nature, relaxing, feeling free. So, come with us on a ramble through the trees... This …
 
Welcome back to The Giddy Carousel of Pop! Hang on tight for a top pop ride. In this episode we are joined by pop kid and deputy chair of the Philip Larkin Society, Lyn Lockwood to look at the Smash Hits of 3-16 July 1985. Along the way we encounter Howard Jones, Humpe Humpe, Madonna, Duran Duran, The Style Council, Elton John, The Damned, Russ Abo…
 
Over the next nine months, Carousel Radio is presenting three exciting seasons of spoken word and sound. In this month’s show we have the second drama from our ‘Tales from Unreality’ season, a series of three radio plays exploring sci-fi and magical realism themes, written and acted by learning disabled artists. This month’s drama, ‘Destroyed From …
 
Over the next ten months, Carousel Radio is presenting three exciting seasons of spoken word and sound. In this month’s show we start off our first season, which we’re calling ‘Tales from Unreality’- three radio plays exploring sci-fi and magical realism themes, written and acted by learning disabled artists. We hope you enjoy Yassin Zelestine’s pl…
 
Welcome back to The Giddy Carousel of Pop! Hang on tight for a top pop ride. In this episode writer, podcaster and former drummer with The Fall (1980-85) Paul Hanley joins us to peruse a 'double A side' issue of Smash Hits from 1981 and a whole lot more. Along the way we encounter Adam & The Ants, Stray Cats, Kim Wilde, Prince, Kraftwerk, Sparks, S…
 
The Award-winning Carousel Radio Podcast features songs, poems and stories by artists with a learning disability. This edition includes musicians from The Gate in Shepherd's Bush introducing songs from their compilation album, 'Gate Custard'. You can also hear a new poem from Sam Castell-Ward, and receive some dubious health advice from Jonny Schac…
 
Welcome back to The Giddy Carousel of Pop! Hang on tight for a top pop ride. In this episode, writer Jude Rogers (The Guardian, The Quietus, Mojo and more) takes us back to her days as a day 10 year-old pop kid in August 1988 and the very first Smash Hits she ever bought. Along the way we discuss Kylie Minogue, Pat Benatar, Tanita Tikaram, Yazz, Bo…
 
The Award-winning Carousel Radio Podcast features songs, poems and stories by artists with a learning disability. This edition includes an interview and music from Jamaica!!, who are an improvsational musical collective based at The Gate in Sheperd's Bush. You can also hear a new story from Charlie Hatton's 'Land of Stories', and poem from Sam Cast…
 
The Double Sunrise service was formed in 1943 to re-establish the Australia–England air link that had been cut due to the fall of Singapore in 1942. The service initially operated from its base in Nedlands, Western Australia near Perth, to the Royal Air Force base at Lake Koggala near Galle in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka). It was later extended to Karach…
 
Crystal and Ian take a look at the life of another one of the Nine Old Men. Once described by Walt Disney as a "genius" Ward Kimball defined the style and animation of many of the films that we've come to love today. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★WD Carousel of Podcast による
 
Time for a nice sit down chat with one of our fine women in blue. Constable B is a member of the Western Australian Police and an avid fan of history and an all-round awesome chick! I hope you enjoy our chats as much as we did. Much love, Carousel Sniper Victim. - Join our Discord server here- https://discord.com/invite/4ZpsFKerZT Get exclusive acc…
 
Welcome back to The Giddy Carousel of Pop! Hang on tight for a top pop ride. In the this bumper episode, TV and film production designer and (most importantly) pop kid Richard Drew joins us on the carousel as it spins back to the Smash Hits of late February 1983. OMD are on the front cover and inside we find Musical Youth, Spandau Ballet, Thompson …
 
The Award-winning Carousel Radio Podcast features songs, poems and stories by artists with a learning disability. This edition features music from Matthew Nealis, poems and stories from Sam Castell-Ward, MC Silvercat and Jonny Schachter. The John Dewey Specialist College present a new piece of music. Davot has a new jingle. Fran has the latest Caro…
 
Ian and Crystal nerd out on what was to be a direct response to their competitor's offerings, but became an ever changing, and ultimately defunct attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios, the Backlot Studio Tour. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★WD Carousel of Podcast による
 
IMPORTANT! Due to an error, the wrong audio was posted to this episode. To fix this, remove the downloaded episode from your device and redownload. Thanks! (and sorry) Ian Inspired by a TikTok, Ian and Crystal rank and review some of the favorite attraction music. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★WD Carousel of Podcast による
 
The Award-winning Carousel Radio Podcast features songs, poems and stories by artists with a learning disability. This edition features an interview and music from Dima Zouchinski, talking about his new album on Carousel’s Fairground records, 'Aye! Ain't Mellow'. Jonny Schachter tells a tall tale in which his life was saved by former Liberal Democr…
 
The blast blew out windows and sent metal fragments flying, ripping through walls and wooden beams inside the Prince Edward Island courthouse, shattering the stillness of a fall Monday morning. It was Oct. 10, 1988, just after 6 a.m. The homemade pipe bomb had been hidden in a flower bed at the rear of the building. The force was so powerful it dro…
 
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