Tuesday - May 11, 2021
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All Audio Shows

  • Weekend in 2 Minutes

    Weekend in 2 Minutes

    Looking for some fun this weekend? Check out Weekend in 2 Minutes with Sean Leary! Sean will run through a variety of awesome things to do in the Quad-Cities every weekend -- from music to theater to comedy to family friendly activities and more! He puts an emphasis on free and low cost events to fit everyone's budget and makes sure you get a great variety of happenings to choose from every weekend. And all in just two minutes! So take a short time out of your day every week to listen to Sean Leary's Weekend in 2 Minutes -- it's your start to planning weekend fun on your site for fun, free, local entertainment, QuadCities.com!

  • QC Uncut

    QC Uncut

    QC Uncut, hosted by Sean Leary, offers uncut, unedited, unfiltered conversation with local figures of interest in and around the Quad-Cities area. It goes beyond the soundbites and offers context and in-depth conversation with area politicians, artists, community figures and more to give Quad-Citians a better, more informed picture of our community and the people making an impact in the Quad-Cities.

  • Shots To The Heart: Terrible Tales of Dating Disasters

    Ever been on a bad date? Sure you have. Unless you're incredibly fortunate to have found the love of your life or you have a secret amulet warding off trolls, you've likely been on a few clunkers. And maybe more than a few of those have been so cringey they've actually been pretty hilarious. In retrospect, at least. Hosted by Sean Leary, SHOTS 2 THE HEART gives you all the cringeworthy details of those encounters as real people tell their true terrible tales of dating disasters, and, from time to time, our talented team of thespians re-enacts horrible dates for your listening pleasure. Check it out to hear the awful stories of those dates from hell!

  • Ahead of the Storm

    Ahead of the Storm is a new, bi-weekly podcast, hosted by Sean Leary, where we get the lowdown on the Q-C Storm with coach Dave Pszenyczny and other special guests! You get behind-the-scenes info on games and players and find out all you want to know about the Q-C Storm! Have a question for Dave or the Storm? E-mail Sean at Sean@QuadCities.com and he'll ask! Enjoy the show!

  • Atari Bytes

    Remember those great Atari 2600 games? Sure, they were fun to play, but didn't you ever wonder why they sent a plumber to take out Donkey Kong? What Yar was seeking revenge against? What the Defender was defending or why those robots went Berserk? Me too! ATARI BYTES is a game review podcast like no other. We review not just the game play, but the STORY within these classic games. We take a BYTE out of the story (get it?) and see if that story BYTES us back (now do you get it?).

  • Derry Public Radio

    Welcome to the basement of the Derry Civic Center. Pay no mind to the strange sounds coming from behind the Unfound Door. It’s just your ka-tet, who are here to provide you with a variety of perspectives on Stephen King’s work – ranging from the comfortably familiar to the frighteningly fanatic. Derry Public Radio is here to keep you up-to-date with all that’s happening in Derry, Maine and “beyond.” Check us out on Patreon at www.patreon.com/derrypublicradio

  • Double Threat: A Musical Theater Podcast

    Double Threat is a musical theatre based podcast hosted by Quad City area freelance artists Megan Warren & Steph DeLacy. Each week the two women will select a themed musical, pit their musicals against one another, and see who comes out as the champion! Featuring Broadway gossip, audition and production tips, and theatrical shit-show stories this podcast is sure to satisfy your inner musical theatre geek!

  • Eventures with Sean and Jackson

    Eventures with Sean and Jackson Leary follows local writers Jackson, 8, and his father, Sean, as they explore various family-friendly and cool places and events in the Quad-Cities and offer their impressions of them. Sean and Jackson are the co-authors of five children's books, including their latest, We Are All Characters. For more info, see www.seanleary.com.

  • It's a Good Time

    It’s a Good Time is an unedited entertainment podcast featuring Tristan Tapscott, Khalil Hacker and Doug Kutzli. The gentlemen will discuss movies, television, theatre, comic books, theme parks, their own adventures and more! If It’s a Good Time, they will tackle it in an unedited and uncensored fashion! This podcast can be found exclusively on QuadCities.com!

  • It's a Podcast, Charlie Brown!

    As a kid, it was a good Saturday afternoon if I had a bowl of Cheetos and a collection of Peanuts comic strips in front of me. Charlie Brown and the gang were friends to me. (I especially identified with Linus.) I really liked the week-long story arcs and the brilliant mix of humor, frustration and perseverance of these lil' folks. And, honestly, I'm a little sad Shermie never took off as a main character. Animated Peanuts was great too. The airing of a Peanuts TV special was a big event in my house. I was pretty young, but I remember seeing RACE FOR YOUR LIFE, CHARLIE BROWN in 1977 in a movie theater. I know I watched A BOY NAMED CHARLIE BROWN over and over on cable. BON VOYAGE, CHARLIE BROWN (And Don't Come Back!) is a wonderful movie, animated or otherwise. And I don't think a year has gone by that I haven't watched the Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas specials. I pretty much have the dialogue memorized, much to the chagrin of my wife and kids. To date, Charlie Brown and the gang have appeared in five feature films and dozens of TV specials, including the series "This is America, Charlie Brown" and "The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show". And on this podcast, we're going to watch them all. We'll discover what we liked and what we didn't. What worked and what didn't. There are many layers to a Peanuts special. Even in two dimensions, these characters are fully fleshed-out humans - and one beagle - with all the fears, anxieties, joys and laughs we all experience. Let's explore those together.

  • Pocket Full of Animal Crackers

    A weekly interview show featuring open and frank discussions with Quad Cities area artists. We’ll find out what they’re up to, what projects they are working on and what makes them happy.

  • Queens of the Damned

    Movies. Books. Tropes. The Paranormal. Unsolved mysteries. True crime. Conspiracy theories. Dark history. Urban legends. The occasional hell mouth. A biweekly podcast that discusses the horror genre from a feminist perspective, or three girls in an unfinished attic trying to figure out which is scarier: fiction or reality.

  • Surviving & Thriving With Savannah Bay

    In 2018, Savannah Bay was a thriving musical theatre actress whose journey was thwarted by cancer. But it did not stop her from her from surviving or thriving. Join Savannah as she navigates life after cancer and show business in the midst of a pandemic. Featuring Savannah Bay Strandin and Tristan Tapscott

  • The All Sweat Podcast

    The All Sweat Podcast, powered by River Music Experience, is a show focused on music and the community that supports it. With host Al Sweet, we talk about all things music, community, and happenings around the Quad Cities area on the banks of the Mighty Mississippi.

  • The Mutt Minute

    The Mutt Minute is a podcast by the Humane Society of Scott County in Davenport, IA. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hssc/support.

  • Up In The Biz

    Our exclusive podcast highlighting Quad-Cities' local businesses!

  • Well... It's A Funny Story

    Everyone has a funny story. At least one. Usually more than one. And in this new podcast, Sean Leary asks a variety of Quad-Citians to tell him THEIR funny story. Some are weird, some are funky, all are funny and amusing. Do you have a funny story you'd like to tell? E-mail Sean at Sean@quadcities.com! And now, listen to the podcast, because, well... it's a funny story...

  • Nothing Shocking

    A podcast for fans of rock and heavy metal music. Each week hosts Eric “Coach Nes” Nesbit and Bob Zerull interview a guest from the world of heavy music while talking about the albums they love and the music news of the day. Early guests on the podcast include Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater, The Winery Dogs), Dave Ellefson (Megadeth), Mark Tremonti, (Alter Bridge, Creed), Tony Sales (David Bowie, Iggy Pop), and many more.

  • Devin's Drive Home

    I drive home everyday, and talk to you the whole time. It's cathartic, trust me.