Cavebabble Podcast

In 1951, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz joined forces to produce one the most endearing and enduring American television shows in history, I Love Lucy. Tonight, we take a look at this iconic television program, and what made both it and Lucille Ball so popular. Along the way, we also cover tornadoes, read email, and even share a cookie recipe or two. Join us! This episode is brought to you by Eeeww.

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Category: Podcast -- posted at: 7:14am CST

Cavebabble turns 100, and to celebrate, we set the controls on our time machine to a century past, the year 1911. We compare life then to ours today, including a focus on two 1911 films which would continue to be remade, The Last of the Mohicans, and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. We also take a look at film stars and directors born in 1911, and introduce a new segment, Cavebabble Theater. This episode is brought to you by The Past is Now.

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Category: Podcast -- posted at: 9:05pm CST

Take a place next to our fire, and share what frightens you most. Spiders, heights, the dark- everyone has irrational fears, and movies often play on these phobias to make us squirm. Join us for a look at our fears, and the films we find difficult to watch as a result of them. Ghost stories in the dark are included at no extra charge. This episode is brought to you by Facing Fears.

Direct download: cavebabblepodcast-279263-04-03-2011_pshow_433337.mp3
Category: Podcast -- posted at: 2:27am CST