Feliz Christmas Merry Navidad
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Germany and Puerto Rico “Part 1”
Lasse Vogt from 90’s Christmas Podcast joins Manny for a 4 part conversation about Christmas and more. Our conversation ran long so we will split it throughout the weeks to come between episodes. ‘Edited by JP Navarro’

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Total Christmas

Hello you beautiful people, you have been sorely missed.

It’s Episode 12 of the podcast and this week we’re proud to announce we have a Number 1 fan (self-appointed) and he shares his Worst Christmas Present Ever.

As mentioned in the last episode, the wonderful Rachele Teasdale sent through some Aussie Christmas Songs and we find out if your host is familiar with them (spoiler alert: no he isn’t).
Here’s the songs:
He’s the Aussie Santa by Bucko & Champs
Christmas Photo by John Williamson
The Aussie Christmas Song by Batesy
Six White Boomers by Rolf Harris
Good King Wally by Bucko & Champs
White Wine in the Sun by Tim Minchin

This week’s recommendation is also this week’s Santa Claus is NOT Coming to Town.  It’s the excellent Christmas Past Podcast and the presenter, Brian Earl, tells the story of how he discovered the truth about Santa.
Christmas Past talks about the history of all the traditions we love at Christmas, it’s educational and entertaining and the website is also lots of fun.
Here’s a link:

Yule Lad of the week is Pot Scraper, he has an ingenious method to help him steal your pots and give them a good scraping, but I can’t help thinking this could all be avoided if people would just clean their pots and pans.

If you want to get in touch you can email us at totalchristmas@gmail.com or visit the website totalchristmaspodcast.com.

Merry Christmas

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Snow in Southtown
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Something Weird: Season One Compilation

As we prepare to launch Season Two around November 1st, we’ve compiled all of the Something Weird segments from Season One!

In these segments, we discuss: a Christmas song about passing gas, Farfel the Nestle mascot, Taylor Swift lyrics, a scammer who refuses to talk about Christmas while scamming, a Vanilla Ice holiday remix, a woman with 168 Christmas trees in her home, Patti LaBelle’s missing background singers, a candle made out of jello and mayonnaise, Christmas cards featuring dead animals, and the amount of bugs that may or may not be living in your Christmas tree.

Email us at snowinsouthtown@gmail.com
Twitter – @snowinsouthtown
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/snowinsouthtown

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Totally Rad Christmas

What’s up dudes? What’s that you say? How about a bonus episode? Illin’. Anthony Caruso from ‘Tis the Podcast and I talk Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Guess what? We really love the season 4 episode. It’s definitely rad! Check it out! Also, no voting on this one, but enjoy the bad impressions anyway.

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Author: Gerry D

Bonus Episode – Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (w/ Anthony Caruso)

Christmas Podding
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Christmas Podding- We Reveal The Number 1 Christmas Food of ALL TIME?

Liam and Ness reveal the Number 1, All Time Favourite Christmas Food and why you need it at your Christmas Dinner.

Whats the Most Given Christmas Gift to MEN EVER?

And Tensions are running High Between our Hosts in a heated Podcast that asks How Do you Deal with a Christmas BRAT.


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Santa by the Minute

The elf workshop activities continue and we cover it all!  This week: Reindeer pedicures! The possible hazards of applying stardust to wrapping paper!  Director Jeannot Szwarc berates an elf!  Join us as we discuss Minute 23 of Santa Claus: The Movie (1985).

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Minute 23 – Don’t Lick the Wrapping Paper

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Happy Monday, everybody! Can you believe that it’s already the last day of August? We are officially in the Ber Months as of tomorrow! To celebrate the occasion, the elves are joined by Gerry D. of Totally Rad Christmas to discuss the 1991 family-film, All I Want for Christmas. While Gerry, Julia, and Thom all have a history – and therefore, some form of nostalgia – with this movie, Anthony is going in completely blind; will this New York Fairy Tale win him over? Does this movie in general hold up to anyone who wasn’t raised in the nineties? What do all of them think of this pre-Hocus Pocus performance of Thora Birch? And how does Leslie Nielsen stack up against the other actors who have portrayed Santa Claus on this show so far? All of this and much, much more are discussed in this episode – including how homeschooling during the time of COVID is going for Julia’s kids; how Thom and Gerry are dealing with life in quarantine due to being exposed to Coronavirus; and what all of the elves, plus their special guest, think of the first trailer for Matt Reeves’ The Batman. So settle back with your favorite pumpkin drink, blast that air-conditioning, enjoy this fun episode, and take solace in the fact that we have officially arrived at the Ber Months!

*Note – Please excuse Thom’s bad audio quality this episode. Due to living in Quarantine while recording, and the unstable internet that comes along with it, it’s not always clear. This will be resolved by next week’s episode!*

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Title: Episode 162: You May Not Ask For Anything To Do With Interpersonal Relationships! Got It? This Is Santa Claus, Not Dear Abby!

Sleigh Bells and Mistletoe Christmas Podcast

Santa’s reindeer are in trouble! With new Covid mandates, Leavenworth Reindeer Farm in WA is in danger.  The daughter of the owners speaks to Rikki about caring for the animals, Christmas on the reindeer farm, and our favorite reindeer next to Rudolph – Moonshine. See the adorable photos on our social pages: Twitter @BellsSleigh InstaGram and Facebook Sleigh Bells & Mistletoe Christmas Podcast.

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Save Santa’s Reindeer

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The Victorian Christmas Part VI

Merry Little PodcastOur series on the Victorian Christmas concludes with an in-depth look at the stuff of Christmas – the décor, the music, the food and the celebration.

We also get a good look at the fads, which include the runaway tradition of Christmas cards that, for some, got a bit out of hand. The dialogue, the poetry and the debates of Christmas cards are discussed as part of an exploration of the relationships between men and women – and they their gift giving differed during the late 19th century.

We also share the unforgotten classical Christmas music of the Santa Claus Christmas Symphony, a masterpiece written before Jingle Bells in the early 1850s and we explain why it hasn’t achieved the well-known status of other Christmas music of the time. You can hear this great piece of music via this video:

The Victorian Era closes with the well-known story of Virginia O’Hanlon and her query “Is there really a Santa Claus?” You know that story.

But what you might not know is why she could have posed the question in the first place. We explore the blow back that developed late in the 1890s not only to the idea of Santa Claus but also to the idea of the Christmas tree, Christmas decorating and holiday gift giving.

No discussion of this time would be complete without exploring the food of the time and we cover the big items of Christmas turkey, cookies, eggnog…and rum.

Images of Christmas during the 1880s and 1890s:

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Title: The Victorian Christmas Part VI

Totally Rad Christmas

What’s up, dudes? Remember standing in line for hours to get that one toy? Your parents probably did, especially after you sat down and circled all the toys you wanted in the Wishbook? Vinnie Brezinsky from hueyandbax joins me to talk holiday shopping and wishbooks! Malls and shopping and commercials! Oh my! Don’t forget to vote for your favorite worst impression!

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Author: Gerry D
Title: Ep 24 – Holiday Shopping and Wishbooks (w/ Vinnie Brezinsky)

A Cozy Christmas

Happy Last Day of August! Fall is just around the corner.

In today’s episode Gracie and I do some snack taste testing and play a game of Never Have I Ever – Christmas edition.

Then, I finish up looking at Charles Dickens’ short story A Christmas Dinner. Then I read some portions from Mamie Dickens’ “My Father as I Recall Him” in which she describes their Christmas celebrations. Finally, I share some personal memories of my grandparents.

If you would like to help the show out financially, head over to Ko-fi.com/cozychristmas and for the price of a cup of coffee you can give us support. I will send you a sticker and a personal christmas card to show my thanks.


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Angels We Have Heard on High Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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Title: A Dickens Family Christmas

JIngle Jank Podcast

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Christmas Clatter

Announcement of the Christmas Clatter Christmas Puzzle Exchange and a great Christmas Conversation with Mike Westfall from The Advent Calendar House Podcast.

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I’ll Give Him Another 30 Days Or So

Tis the Podcast

Happy Friday, everyone! We’ve made it through another long week!

Welcome to another installment of Christmas Movie Commentaries, in which Julia, Thom, and Anthony do commentaries for the marquee Christmas films that everyone loves. This episode, they’re covering the controversial, 2000, Ron Howard, live-action remake, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”! This time around, however, Anthony is virtually the lone elf participating, as Julia couldn’t make it and Thom had so called “connection issues”. Luckily for him, however, he’s joined by listeners Michelle Kidwell, Charlyn Lewis, Matt Eurich (A.K.A. GaryBlauman), and Ron Hogan (A.K.A. PresidentHotdog), who’s actually never seen the film before! That’s right, despite being two elves down, it’s a full house this episode and the discussion is as fun as ever! The question is – does the commentary between Anthony and these Tis the Podcast listeners turn as contentious as the original debate between him and the other two elves that occurs in the infamous Tis the Podcast episode that covered this film? Or do the hearts of those participating grow three-sizes, leading to personal Linus moments happening live during this commentary? You’ll have to tune in to find out!

Anthony and Thom (before he disappears) will count you down and let you know when to press play on whatever device on which you’re watching your movie, but if you just want to listen and not watch along, this is still a fun episode to brighten your weekend! So settle in, queue up that Blu-Ray player (or Netflix, like the five of us used this week!), and enjoy a trip the trip to Whoville! Enjoy!

And for those of you who aren’t patrons yet, but want to look into getting this bonus episode, other bonus episodes, a song, a ringtone, Christmas cards, stickers, and other goodies, head on over to https://www.Patreon.com/TisThePodcast and consider subscribing! And if you want even more Tis the Podcast goodies, including hoodies, buttons, mugs, t-shirts, and Christmas ornaments, check out our new online store at http://shop.tisthepodcast.com/ !

As always, thanks for all of your love and support, everybody! 🎅🏻 🎄 🎁 🦌 ⛄️ 🤶🏻 🎀 ❄️

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Title: Episode 26: Christmas Movie Commentaries – Episode 3 – How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Totally Rad Christmas

What’s up, dudes? Totally Rad Christmas All-Star Thom Crowe from ‘Tis the Podcast sits with me to talk his favorite album growing up. Yep! It’s the Caroleers and Peter Pan Records. “Santa Claus is Coming to Town?” Check. “Who’s That Up On the Roof?” Check. “The Christmas Tree That Ran Away?” Got that one too! But wait! Irwin the Disco Duck tags along too! Don’t forget to vote for your favorite worst impression! 

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Title: Ep 23 – Caroleers (w/Thom Crowe)

Santa by the Minute
Time passes and we see Anya adjusting to life in the Elf village (Claus is actually NOT in this minute!) and some more elf preparations for the big night.  Also: Puffy still can’t stand Patch! The Twins return! We say goodbye to Chef Groot! Plus, an update on the “Gooba” vs. “Goober” debate.
The link to our Elf Guide:


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Yuletide TV Podcast

For the start of the new school year your hosts take a look at the 2006 comedy, Accepted, starring Justin Long, Jonah Hill, Blake Lively, and Lewis Black. Along the way we discuss karaoke bars, other Comedy Central classics, Brandy Old Fashioneds, and the comedy of Kyle Kinane. 

Wikipedia entry for Accepted: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accepted

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Title: Bonus Ep. 8 – Accepted
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Holly Jolly Xmasu
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Episode 7 - Flying Dog Christmas

Welcome to Episode 7 of Holly Jolly X’masu! In this episode, I cover the 2014 compilation, “Flying Dog Christmas,” from Flying Dog records. I figured this would be a good choice for August, expecting to be in the dog days of summer, but ended up recording it during a stretch of fall-like weather.

I didn’t realize it at the time I chose it that all the songs were taken from Anime. I’ve never really gotten into Anime so I’m not familiar with any of the shows or characters. Forgive me if I messed up some of the pronunciations.

I also have to apologize for how I sound, at least in the first part of the episode. I was coming out of a horrible stretch of insomnia when I recorded it and I didn’t realize how much I sounded like a zombie until I was editing it.

As we enter the Ber Months, I’ll be covering some absolutely exceptional albums. I’ve been learning the ropes over the last few months and feel a lot more comfortable with this than I did back in April. I’ve also added some really remarkable albums to my collection and I’m eager to start sharing them with you. As much as I enjoy the music I’ve already discussed, I’m extremely excited about the albums I have in store. A couple of them are albums I’ve mentioned already, or that are somewhat familiar to real diehard Christmas music collectors, others are albums that are obscure even in Japan. I’ll be discussing everything from Jazz and Funk, to early 70s Now Sound Pop and one of my favorite 80s compilations. A bit further down the road, I’ll be covering a couple of early 70s boy bands and one of the top Japanese female vocalists of the 20th century.

As always, thanks for listening. Next month, I’ll be featuring the album, “Christmas Tenor Mood” by the Nakamura Hachidai Quintet and Hidehiko Matsumoto. This is one of the best Japanese albums I own. It’s an exceptional Christmas Jazz album, and something you don’t want to miss. In the meantime, if you have any suggestions or recommendations, feel free to send them my way.

Any feedback on this episode would be appreciated. If you’d like to recommend an album for a future episode, drop me a line and let me know.

Remember, I’ve added a button to my Ko-fi page. If you’d like to support me one cup of coffee at a time, a donation is only $3. Any donations received will be put towards purchasing new Japanese Christmas music to review for future episodes. You can also find me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. And if you get a chance, leave me a review on iTunes. Thanks!

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