On this episode, we’ll explore the life and career of the queen of Christmas when Tim “talks” with Mariah Carey! We’ll also get a recipe all the way from Sesame Street, countdown the top 5 holiday travel tips, and we’ll find out what you think makes a great gift in our latest Season’s Musings.

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00:00 – 01:53 Intro
01:53 – 04:09 We Need a Little Christmas Now
04:09 – 08:04 Five Golden Things (Holiday Travel Tips)
08:04 – 22:26 Mariah Carey: A Background
22:26 – 33:15 The Mariah Carey “Interview”
33:15 – 41:17 Season’s Musings
41:17 – 43:20 Wrap Up
43:20 – 45:08 Outtakes

“We Wish You A Merry Christmas” United States Marine Band
“Jingle Bells” Performed by Kristen Nowicki

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Bert’s Aunt Willy’s Oatmeal Cookie Recipe
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7 Tips to Travel Better This Holiday Season, According to Experts (Travel + Leisure )
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Mariah Carey on the Daily Show
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Mariah Carey on the Late Show
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Mariah Carey on the Bobby Bones Show
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Mariah Carey is Christmas: The Story of ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’ | Amazon Music
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Title: CWFC 089 – Mariah Carey: An “Interview” with the Queen of Christmas

Tis the Podcast

Happy Thanksgiving, everybody! We hope you’re having an amazing day celebrating with your loved ones and, amongst the parades, the football, and the food, reflecting on what you’re truly grateful for in your lives!

As a special Thanksgiving treat from us to you, our once Patreon-exclusive episode in which we cover the Freeform Original Thanksgiving movie, “Turkey Drop“, is now live for you all to enjoy! Make sure to let us know what you think in the comments below! And please don’t forget to like us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, share our pages (including our Facebook Group that you should join, in which listeners can interact, discuss, debate, and post about their favorite Christmas movies, television specials, music, traditions, and holiday content), and leave us a review on iTunes if you haven’t already. (You’ll get one of our brand new, Tis the Podcast stickers if you leave us a review!) All of this will help new listeners find us, and help us to spread the Christmas cheer 365 days per year!

And if you want even more “Tis the Podcast“ this long holiday weekend, make sure to check your podcast feeds tomorrow, November 26th – Black Friday – to hear Chapter Forty-Three of “Another Christmas Story” entitled “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen”, which the amazing Mike Westfall of the always awesome “Advent Calendar House” will be reading to you!

As always, thanks for your love and support, y’all! Again, we hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with all of your loved ones and remember that we here at “Tis the Podcast” are thankful for each and every one of you! 🍂🦃🥧🍽️🎅🏻🎄🎁 🦌🦉⛄️🚂🔔 🤶🏻 🎀 ❄️

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Title: Freeform‘s Original Thanksgiving Movie, ”Turkey Drop”! (2019)

Happy Thanksgiving! As a special thanksgiving episode, I invited Robert Peterpaul, actor and host of the new podcast The Art of Kindness, on to the show to talk about some kindness tips for the holiday season. We also have a lovely discussion about Christmas, the theater, our favorite Christmas songs and movies, we share our proposal stories, and much more.

The world has been a difficult place for many people in recent days. It is both mine and Robert’s hope that you find ways to be intentionally kind this year – and let us know! We are learning along with you.

I hope you all have a Happy Thanksgiving!

The A-OK Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-art-of-kindness-with-robert-peterpaul/id1572201034

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Author: ArtK
Title: A Cozy and Kind Christmas with guest Robert Peterpaul

Seasons Eatings

It’s a cookie whose recipe may have been lost forever, except for one baker’s family.  It’s a cookie that can be hard to pronounce for some, and despite its name, contains no nuts.  We’re exploring the history and origin of pfeffernusse.

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Season’s Eatings – Pfeffernusse

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Totally Rad Christmas

What’s up, dudes? Long time listener Josh Allen and I talk the Thanksgiving/Christmas classic “Rocky”! You know, if you ever are in a quandary about what to do on Thanksgiving night, remember that taking a date ice skating is in the realm of possibilities! We talk about Sylvester Stallone’s knuckles, punching frozen carcasses, and how the makeup artist tried to fool us into thinking Talia Shire wasn’t beautiful by putting her in hats and glasses! So lace up your gloves, put your robe on, and step into the ring with this episode! Happy Thanksgiving, dudes!

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Author: Gerry D / Josh Allen
Title: Thanksgiving Episode 2021 – Rocky (w/ Josh Allen)

Weird Christmas

Happy Thanksgiving! We dive deep into the history of Christmas murder ballads with my friend (and cohost from the ReReading Wolfe Podcast) James Wynn.

I’ll get links to all the songs from the episode up here shortly. But for now, here are links for James:

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Author: Craig Kringle
Title: Christmas Murder Ballads with James Wynn

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Or rather, Happy T-Hanksgiving!

This week we dig deep into the Tom Hanks-filled 2004 animated feature The Polar Express, which somehow manages to turn Chris Van Allsburg’s 32-page book into a feature-length adventure full of magical train-hopping hobos, swing-dancing elves, and one kid’s quest to continue believing in Santa at all costs.

Our discussion takes some wild turns, from musing on the film’s intended audience, to The Polar Express‘s influence on later animated features and video games (more than you’d think!), to postulating the existence of a Santa Claus multiverse. So hold onto your tickets and hop aboard, because this train’s about to leave the station!

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Title: Episode 124: The Polar Express
Christmas Creeps

Welcome to episode 35 of Holly Jolly X’masu! In this episode, I discuss Satoru Oda and his 1964 album, “Tenor in X’mas.” It’s a wonderful mood album by the acclaimed tenor saxophonist.

For the longest time, this was one of my favorite Japanese Christmas albums. To be honest, though, for the longest time it was one of the few Japanese Christmas albums of which I’d found a decent download. Most of the small handful of 1960s Japanese Christmas Jazz albums I’d found online were in fairly bad shape. The copy I found of Satoru Oda was complete and clean, with no skips and just a small amount of noise and clicks. While I’ve gotten rid of my downloads, finding those albums really sparked and maintained my interest in Japanese Christmas music.

Part of the appeal of these albums is that they’re almost entirely unknown in this part of the world. A lot of the ones I’ve found are obscure in Japan as well. I enjoy discovering and learning about them. A really frustrating aspect of my collecting, though, is finding an artist like Satoru Oda and not being able to uncover any biographical information about him online. I’ve read the same sentiment from several Japanese bloggers. A few have pointed out that, when they first started collecting, there was a decent amount of information about some of these musicians online, but those articles and interviews are now gone. As difficult as that makes my research, it’s also a terrible loss when you consider how notable and influential some of them were during the height of their career. While I come up short on some of them, I do appreciate being able to share what I find with you.

Thanks for listening, and I hope you enjoyed Satoru Oda as much as I did. And for those of you in the US, I want to wish you a safe and happy Thanksgiving. Join me here in December as I cover some of my favorite albums. Setting the theme for most of the month is my main episode on Christmas Day, the 1978 Disco classic, “Snow Flakes” by The Paradise Garage. Up first, though, is Koichi Oki’s “The Man From YUKIGUNI.” It’s one of the best Electone Christmas albums around. Then tune in again on December 18th for another Disco album, “Non Stop! Christmas” by Pochettes. And if I have the time, I’ll work in another album before the end of the year.

As always, any feedback on this episode would be appreciated. If have any suggestions, or if you’d like to recommend a song or 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. I’ve also opened a Redbubble store. I only have a couple designs up, but keep an eye on it as I’ll be trying to add more. Any proceeds or 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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Episode 35 – Satoru Oda’s “Tenor in X’mas”

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Joe climbs up into Cornelia’s room.  Meanwhile, Patch sits alone in a dark toy factory watching candy canes come off his production line. Plus: Bin apologizes to UK tea drinkers and we try to figure out how Patch’s candy machine works! Join us as we discuss Minute 85 of Santa Claus: The Movie (1985).

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Title: Minute 85 – The Storm Before the Storm
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Yuletide TV Podcast

Pandering week continues as the hosts take on Festivus in “The Strike” from the ninth season of Seinfeld (available on Netflix). Does this mythical holiday hold any Christmas Cheer, or do the boys have a number of grievances they are looking to air against this episode? Listen in to find out!

Other topics discussed in this episode include: Twitter avatars, consequences, creating jokes, NYC, Leslie Nielsen talk show appearances, Jerry Stiller, fake phone numbers, pickup lines, comparing Festivus to True American, cloning and Black Friday Tips.

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Author: Second Floor Productions
Title: S3 Ep. 2 – Seinfeld: The Strike
Yuletide TV Podcast

Christmas Clatter

Seasons Change…We Change Too is the first Christmas from independent singer/songwriter Dallas Rodin.  It’s not your typical Holiday Album. This fresh and edgy Christmas music explores themes that most people are afraid to talk about during this time of year (loss, heartbreak, seasonal depression, etc.). However, the album also includes familiar covers and upbeat seasonal originals. Dallas joins Todd to discuss her album Seasons Change…We Change Too and much more.

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Sounds of Christmas

Ken Kessler from the Sounds of Christmas talks to Mike from Vista Blue (and Ralphie’s Red Ryders and Tambourine Girlfriend) about his free upcoming Christmas EP, which will be out this Friday. They also talk about Mike’s process for writing Christmas songs, as well as spooky songs and baseball songs. They also talk about the podcast Mike co-hosts with his friend Rusty, Snow In Southtown, and some of what you can hear about in their Thanksgiving episode! Not only does Mike give us some exclusive news on some of his plans for 2022, but he also gives us an exclusive acoustic performance of some of the songs he’s written (some we talked about and some we didn’t)!

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Author: Ken Kessler
Title: Mike from Vista Blue On Writing And Performing Christmas Music (and lots more)
Sounds of Christmas

Happy Thanksgiving! People keep saying there are no Thanksgiving songs, so we decided to share a few of the tracks that we like to listen to this time of year. Be sure to check out our Awful Christmas Movies episode from a couple of days ago, and we’ll be back after Thanksgiving to discuss ’80s TV specials.

Thanksgiving 2021 Playlist

Nicole Westbrook – It’s Thanksgiving
Jay & the Techniques – Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie
Natalie Merchant – Kind and Generous
Third Eye Blind – Thanks A Lot
Vista Blue – 1621
Abba – Thank You for the Music
Little Eva – Let’s Turkey Trot
Parry Gripp – Mister Bug’s Thanksgiving
The Cranberries – Ode To My Family
Big Star – Thank You Friends

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Title: Thanksgiving 2021
Snow in Southtown

Happy Thanksgiving Week! It is hard to believe we are already so close to the big November holiday and that means Christmas is right around the corner! But before we turn the page to Santa Claus and reindeer, we are closing out our Thanksgiving episodes by going back to the land of Boy Meets World.

In this episode, Matt discusses how strange it is for students to win a turkey, how the whole class differences vibe threw him off and how he really struggled to determine whether or not this would be deemed a classic Thanksgiving episode. Get your stretchy pants on, make sure to baste that turkey in the oven and listen in to our final Thanksgiving episode of the year!

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Author: Matt Eurich
Title: 9. Boy Meets World: Turkey Day
TGI Podcast

In this episode, Eric and Danny continue counting down each of their top 10 favorite holiday season TV shows and TV specials. The guys chat about why they picked each show or special, then share a clip from each of their picks, from 5 to 1. From Shrek the Halls and Mickey’s Christmas Carol, to Saturday Night Live and The Office; these Christmas TV specials and show lists are packed full of jingle jangley jubilation!

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Author: Stretch Run Media
Title: Top 10 Christmas TV Specials and TV Shows | Part 2
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Behind the Bells

Merry Monday everyone! We’ve got something special for today! We have our first interview with Ed Daly, the author of the recently published ultimate guide on the season, “The Christmas Book”. The first part has us talking about how he got the idea to write such a book, the research process and how he sold it.

Ed is also the first to be subjected to the Behind the Bells Infamous Christmas Survey. 40 Holiday questions that go from the classic to the modern to the absolute weird of Christmas. It’s nearly 2 1/2 hours of Christmas chatter and fun!

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Author: Robert Nicholas
Title: Robert’s Christmas Interviews: Ed Daly
Behind the Bells

Totally Rad Christmas

What’s up, dudes? Chuy from Exploring the Myths Behind the Legends podcast joins me to talk the 1984 slasher “Silent Night, Deadly Night”! We really get into it! There’s repressed trauma, crazy serial killers, strict nuns, and more! Oh, a catatonic grandpa somehow revives long enough to lucidly instill the fear of Santa into a young child! Definitely not a movie for the kiddies! You’ve been warned! So grab your axe, put on your Santa suit, and make sure you’re not being naughty while you listen to this episode!

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Author: Gerry D / Chuy
Title: Ep 99 – Silent Night, Deadly NIght (w/ Chuy)

Yuletide TV Podcast

Welcome to Season 3 of the Yuletide TV podcast! The boys kick off their third year reviewing Christmas TV episodes with Pandering Week, reviewing some classic Christmas eps for popular TV shows. They begin their journey with “The One Where Rachel Quits” from the third season of Friends (available to stream on HBOMAX). Will they start off their new season with a classic or a lump of coal? get your holiday season started by listening in to find out!

Other topics discussed in this episode include: hockey references, Sister Christian by Night Ranger, Power Rangers, Santa Claus being Uncle Sam, comedians that won’t play college campuses, cash grab books, Jim Gaffigan impressions, understand Rachel, needing the fear, women in STEM, Girl Scout cookies, easter egg videos, and asking listeners to send pictures of themselves at airport Chili’s.

IMDB entry for this episode: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0583474/.

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Author: Second Floor Productions
Title: S3 Ep. 1 – Friends: The One Where Rachel Quits
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