The ProdCast

The ProdCast

“Electrified” content with fellow artists, activists, entrepreneurs, filmmakers, politicos and beyond. Hosted by artist, advocate, and content creator, Jim Fogarty. The ProdCast is for mature audiences.

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May 13, 2022 101 min

Clay and Carolyn Colley and Choco are the Ohio three piece "Black Wolf & The Thief," and they hip us "prodders" to how their vocally soulful, jazz influenced,  synth-infused music got started and ready us for the release of their new studio album.

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Brooklyn native and award-winning Ohio artist, Bill Mullane shares his journey and expounds on his forty plus year career in the arts as an artist, educator, curator and explorer of truth. 

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We cover the mind body connection for healing our bodies and minds and how tools like urban farming, reducing inflamation and compassionate inquiry can help us become stronger.
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Skin art, mistaken identity, insurrections, local politics and policy; we fish for answers for the future Warren, Ohio. 

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A deep cut into the importance of Warren, Ohio’s (and the region's) history, the future of housing here, and how the rebirth and challenges of revitalization have begun to change the perceptions of our most engaged Gen X and Millennial residents, and their perceived tomorrow’s in Dub City.

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We talk monster making, molding demon creatures and crafting Melon Heads with two amazingly cool special effects movie make-up artists.

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Like a sit down after Sunday dinner, Esther, ninety-nine years young, shares her gracious wisdom and secrets of long life, deep love, good health and true happiness throughout the ages.     

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J.D. stopped by the 2 Ticks & The Dog Productions' studio to play a couple tunes; talk about his creative process; the challenges and thrills of life on the road and how best selling novelist Nicholas Sparks picked him to create the original song "Two by Two" for his novel of the same name.

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We discuss in depth about the black experience as both a former student athlete and as student body President of Kent State University, his introduction into non-profit work, and how Youngstown's OH Wow! The Roger & Gloria Jones Children's Center for Science & Technology's future is bright with Logan at the helm. 

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A two time Penn & Teller "Fool Us" contestant and winner, Doc Dixon takes us on a tour thru both his exploits as a traveling magician and professional funny man for over thirty years.

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November 10, 2021 64 min

Recently elected to a second term, Tito talks about "Titletown's" solutions for a safer city, business retention and development, and utilizing federal ARP funds for both technological and environmental enhancements for a healthier more future forward Youngstown.

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November 4, 2021 101 min

What is a poet laureate?  Ron Book is, along with being a former male model; actor and current creative writing instructor at Butler Community College, and he shares his stories, wisdom and new works in round two on The Prod.

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November 1, 2021 108 min

We deepen the dive and continue the discussion on Jiu Jitsu including what to look for in the right instructor, how it can provide calmness under duress, and the protocols for changing schools. 

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October 25, 2021 97 min

We deep dive into the psychology of self-defense, talk real life encounters and the parallels between Chuck Palahniuk's "Fight Club" and Jiu Jitsu and how it helped save Eli Knight from grief and despair. 

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  Shining some light on depression and mental health awareness month, we uncover some possible causes, signs, and potential solutions and ways to seek help for you or loved ones. 
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September 30, 2021 62 min

Cara, Gemma, and Matt share their ideas on love and sex both during and after marriage and give us a preview of their upcoming podcast, "2 Milfs & a Mic." Coming Soon.

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September 23, 2021 109 min

Vince Peterson II let's us know what it's like to go from a probation officer to become a Congressional constituent liaison, and how he is preparing to run for a public office of his own.

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September 16, 2021 104 min

From the importance and ins and outs of estate planning to a behind the scenes look at the Ohio Statehouse, attorney Gil Blair takes time to educate listeners about the law and lifts the veil on complex legal issues and passing bills into law in the Ohio Legislature.

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September 10, 2021 102 min

Jackie and Rick collaborate live in the studio to create a new song, "Titletown" with Jim while rapping about their creative process, and  taking a deep dive into each track of The Vindys' newest album, "Bugs." 

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Eight-time Coach of the Year as head coach of both the men and women's track and cross country programs at Westminster College, winning eleven NCAA President Athletic Conference titles, Tim McNeil shares his insights on being an educator, athlete, and all around awesome human being. 

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