Genny Finelli and Jim Cunningham Delco AFter Dark 1-22-21
Delco AFter Dark
The guys have a few special guests tonight. Also pretzels! Genevieve stops by to talk life down at the Grand Opera House. Then Jim Cunningham shows up to bring us up to date on Mummers & Others and the future of the Woodland open mic scene. All that and a very VERY special guest top of show to make this a can’t miss DAD. 1-22-21
Books and Brews Podcast Episode #14: John Gaspard and Jim Cunningham
Books and Brews Podcast
John Gaspard is author of the Eli Marks mystery series as well as two other stand-alone novels, "The Greyhound of the Baskervilles" and "The Ripperologists." He also writes the Como Lake Players mystery series, under the pen name Bobbie Raymond. In real life, John's not a magician, but he has directed six low-budget features that cost very little and made even less - that's no small trick. He's also written multiple books on the subject of low-budget filmmaking. Ironically, they've made more than the films. Those books ("Fast, Cheap and Under Control" and "Fast, Cheap and Written That Way") are available in eBook, Paperback and audiobook formats. John lives in Minnesota and shares his home with his lovely wife, several dogs, a few cats and a handful of pet allergies. elimarksmysteries.com Free Eli Marks Short Story - The Invisible Assistant Ebook version: https://BookHip.com/RLJQGX Audiobook version: https://BookHip.com/GGHJVS Free Eli Marks Short Story - The Last Customer Ebook version: https://BookHip.com/TXSQS Audiobook version: https://BookHip.com/NCPKGD Jim Cunningham is an actor, writer, producer, and director. He spent three years in Dudley Riggs Brave New Workshop’s Resident Improv Company and has done numerous television commercials—including the Carsoup Guy—and voiceovers for TV and animated series. He hosted Mall of America, the Show, Explore Minnesota, Golf Nut for WCCO TV, “Minnesota Fun” for the Twins and Minnesota Wild, and has been the host of the Renaissance Festival’s Feast of Fantasy for almost 30 years. Last but not least, Jim spent three years hosting his own radio show on sports and entertainment. John's Readings: The Ambitious Card (Eli Marks Mysteries) – 10:11 Acting Can Be Murder (Como Lake Players) – 21:57 Greyhound of the Baskervilles – 38:10 Michael’s Beer Pairings: Schell's Hefeweizen, August Schell Brewing Company (paired to The Ambitious Card) – 7:15 Triumphant Session IPA, Summit Brewing Company (paired to Acting Can Be Murder) – 19:51 Ellie's Brown Ale, Avery Brewing Company, Boulder Colorado (paired to Greyhound of the Baskervilles) – 7:04 Interview Highlights: Writing novels vs. writing screenplays – 15:38 Writing novels inspired by magic tricks – 18:08 On planting clues and red herrings – 26:06 Murder mystery theater – 28:54 Making audio books – 29:56 Sunday Night Magic! – 32:10 Jim's years doing voice-overs and narration – 47:39 COMING NEXT MONTH: Poet and boxer Mark Connor. Our theme music is from www.bensound.com. UPCOMING EVENTS: Gabriel's Horn is accepting submissions for its anthology
Episode 14 - The Dog Days of April? - Harry is joined by Against All Odds heel producer Jim Cunningham
Best Bet Corner with Harry Chase
LOCKDOWN CONTINUES - Harry and Against All Odds heel producer Jim Cunningham talk about sports (or the lack of sports), and what life is like under lockdown in LA and if that isn't bad enough, Harry's father weighs in from upstate New York on politics.
The Curly Mustache Podcast: Ep. 19 – Jimmy Savile & Jim Cunningham
The Curly Mustache Podcast
Hey everyone! Thanks for tuning in for episode 19 of The Curly Mustache Podcast! Each week, we take one real-life villain and one fictional villain, discuss their histories, crimes, motives, any connections they may have, and whether they are redeemable with our Bowler Hat Scale. This week, by request of one of our listeners, Adam, … Continue reading "The Curly Mustache Podcast: Ep. 19 – Jimmy Savile & Jim Cunningham"
Iron City Incline - Episode 13: Jim Cunningham of WQED
Iron City Incline
Jim cunningham is the Host of the WQED Morning Show, the voice of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and Senior Executive Producer at Pittsburgh’s voice of the arts, WQED fm89.3. He’s curated a career filled with the love of classical music and of learning, and has captured insights from almost every musician to have come through Pittsburgh. www.wqed.org/fm/podcasts www.classicalmusicrising.org/ www.patreon.com/ironcityincline/
Jim Cunningham spoke to Bishop FM on Monday 27th February at The Four Clocks in Bishop Auckland, following an exciting development to help further establish the Community Peer Mentoring programme in the town and surrounding areas.
Jim Cunningham and Susan Abson - Community Peer Mentoring Project.
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Jim Cunningham and Susan Abson joined Gary Burgham on Mornings & More to tell us about the Community Peer Mentoring Project. The project is now being rolled out across County Durham. Jim and Susan explained what peer mentoring is and how we can become involved as fully trained volunteers.