Los Angeles Comedian Tim Powers sits down with the world's most interesting people. Song writers, actors, artists, animators, authors --Tim will get the story out of them with a charm and a sense of humor nobody else has. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Comedy Hall-of Famer PHILPROCTOR joins Tim to discuss his new podcast (available wherever you get your podcasts) featuring a well-produced audio excursion through the memoir he wrote with Brad Schreiber, "WHERE'S MY FORTUNE COOKIE?" -- available wher... more
Producer and Director (and former Tiger Beat Teen Idol) Brett Hudson discusses his epic battle with Cancer and how HE WON. He came back from Stage 4 cancer through medicine and therapy not available in the United States. Brett's determination to win,... more
Check out the new Deep Dish Radio Facebook Page. Tim's there and you can tell him how much you wish he'd shut up and let the guests talk. more
Deep Dish Radio has really evolved this year in to what currently sounds like a mix-tape playlist lovingly crafted by the host and each episode's guest, in which they not only play a mix of familiar and obscure pop music, but also fascinatingly explain the personal or pop--music historical significance of each selection. Episodes previous to those, however, are very skillful interviews with others in the entertainment industry. I look forward to future episodes.
Deep Dish and Coral Courts are pure gold. Seriously, it’s like good radio from when radio existed. They soothe and excite my soul the way good radio was meant to. Both are perfect companions when I’m working. Tim Powers is a world class DJ who deserves to stand with the great ones of history.
I recommend Deep Dish Radio podcast. The diversity of guests from the arts and entertainment community has been so refreshing, and Tim is such an engaging interviewer and is so intimately familiar with the guests and their work, that these podcast episodes are a joy to listen to as they are informative.
Ease of use almost comes off as intuitive. Combination of the best features of all other podcast apps I have experienced
The pod casts keep me informed and company on long walks.
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Deep Dish Radio launched 8 years ago and published 32 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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