Welcome to the Christmas edition of The Twist Podcast! Co-hosts Mark McNease and Rick Rose offer news, opinion and cultural commentary with a twist. This week: It’s Christmas time again! Listen to the Weekly Readlines, our thoughts on Christmas, food trends, families of choice and a final quote. And you can enjoy us on YouTube now as well.
Welcome to The Twist, America’s only clothing optional podcast. On this week’s show, co-hosts Rick Rose and Mark McNease offer up the Weekly Readlines; living in a bubble nation, and some (almost) year end music and movie picks.
Welcome to a special post-election edition of The Twist, America’s only clothing optional podcast, with co-hosts Rick Rose and Mark McNease. We have one topic today and one topic only: the before and after of a Trump ascendency. Despair is not an option.
Welcome to this week’s edition of The Twist, America’s only clothing optional podcast. On the menu today with co-hosts Rick Rose and Mark McNease: The Weekly Readlines, gobble this, gays on the small screen, and GOP obstructionists gone wild.
[clickToTweet tweet=”‘Everybody’s a mad scientist, and life is their lab.’ – David Cronenberg. #TheTwistPodcast” quote=”‘Everybody’s a mad scientist, and life is their lab.’ – David Cronenberg”]Welcome to a fresh episode of The Twist, America’s only clothing optional podcast. Today co-hosts Rick Rose and Mark McNease bring you the Weekly Readlines (rhymes with headlines), a closer look at the presidential debate fallout, TWO hot potato issues, some final thoughts on the African American Museum and an end quote. Get twisted every Sunday with Mark and Rick.
“Norwegians are girls who love girls, boys who love boys, and boys and girls who love each other.”
BIG CUP: THE WEEK’S TOP STORIES
Gretchen Carlson, previously of Fox News, settled her sexual assault claim against Roger Ailes for a cool $20M. Watching from heaven’s vanguard was Mother Teresa, promoted to saint and officially renamed Saint Teresa of Calcutta.
God called anti-LGBT activist and women’s equality foe Phyllis Schlafly home after an unusually long and successful career poisoning American politics. And researchers now claim that Facebook makes you as happy as getting married or having kids. 60 likes is the new Prozac.
Let’s get listening … this week’s Podcast Pick is Radiolab, an unusual and highly popular podcast about curiosity, for the curious. In this week’s highlighted episode, The Girl Who Doesn’t Exist, we learn about a woman who can’t prove she exists.
In today’s episode, we meet a young woman from Texas, born and raised, who can’t prove that she exists.
Alecia Faith Pennington was born on a farm, homeschooled, and never visited a dentist or a hospital. By both chance and design she is completely invisible in the eyes of the state. We follow Faith as she struggles to free herself from one restrictive world only to find that she is trapped in another. In her journey to prove her American citizenship she attempts to answer the age-old question: who am I?”
Radiolab is a show about curiosity. Where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience.
Radiolab is heard around the country on more than 500 member stations. Check your local station for airtimes.