Best Talk Cloudcasts of 2010
These are the best 30 talk Cloudcasts of 2010, on Mixcloud. Primarily based on a combination of votes, plays, favorites and comments made during 2010. With some extra editorial guidance from the Mixcloud crew.
A special thanks to all the talk Cloudcasters on Mixcloud in 2010, follow them here for more great talk Cloudcasts in 2011!
Glen Matlock talks to Henry Scott-Irvine about his career in music after the Sex Pistols. His career spanned working with his band The Rich Kids (Midge Ure, Steve New, and Rusty Egan). He went on to tour and record with Iggy Pop then formed the Philistines with (the late) Steve New.
7. Paul Collier and Andy Sumner in discussion on the IDS paper, 'The New Bottom Billion'. by IDS (UK)
6. TJMS: Attorney BJ Bernstein Discusses Lawsuits Filed Against Bishop Eddie Long by Roland S Martin
Roland Martin talks to BJ Bernstein, the attorney for the two men who have filed a lawsuit against New Birth Missionary Baptist Church Pastor, Bishop Eddie Long.
BBC Radio 1 brings you an awkward mix of comedy and electronica. David ventures into the Kent countryside to bring you all the action from the lesser-known Electronica Festival of Felchford. Includes coverage of Justin Bieber's first shave accompanied by the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra. This show contains strong language.
It’s a bumper christmas cracker from the Ramble-Santas this week, despite the distinct lack of action on our tiny little island. Big Woy Hodgson wants a holiday warchest, D-Beck reveals he wants a winter break in Europe and the boys pick out their highlights from 2010. This is the last podcast of this year, we’ll return on the 5th of Jan. Happy holidays!
1. This Week in Geek-Nightmare on Elm Street topic w/ James Rolfe aka Angry video game nerd by This Week in Geek
In this episodic topic show for the month of October, we talk about the Wes Craven created franchise at length from the movies, television and other media. We even invite an Elm street survivor with Documentary film maker Daniel Farrands from Never Sleep again:The Elm Street legacy to offer his insights.