• Ragnar – The Hairy Britches

    From Huntington Beach to San Diego. We follow team Hairy Britches along the 193 mile (310 km) course. More than 600 teams took part in the exhausting and electrifying relay race. Who won? Who cares! The secret to a good time? Always get yourself wet before you run! RAGNAR PHOTO ALBUM Episode Credits Artist / Song (start time): Music by Grim Shit / Time Has Come (00:25); Music by The Pharaos / The Pharaos’ Theme ( (02:09); Music by The […]

  • The Kentucky Derby

    Welcome to the Infield. Derby 132. Direct from Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. The part of the derby you don’t see. Mint Juleps, Bourbon, and Beer. We love derby. Plus a special salute to Barbaro. We will miss you. KENTUCKY DERBY PHOTO ALBUM Episode Credits Music by Torley Wong www.torley.com Featured Song (start time): Music by Torley Wong www.Torley.com Featured Song (start time): The House of Techno (00:19);

  • El Pus

    An interview with the band, El Pus, whose energy, attitude, and music are breaking all the rules. Want more? Go to: www.elpus.com EL PUS PHOTO ALBUM

  • Iceland: Around the Island

    The diversity of sights around Iceland is staggering. Formed of fire and ice, the landscape ranges from astonishing to miraculous. It would take a lifetime to explore all of this countries stunning nooks and crannies. On our road trip around the island we visit Reykjavik City, Þingvellir National Park, the Great Geysir, Strokkur, Skaftafell, the Eastern Fjords, Ásbyrgi Canyon, Akureyri City, Stykkishólmur Town, and more places we cannot pronounce.

  • Iceland: Sea Edition

    To paraphrase the great Andy Samberg, we’re on a boat! We sail among the icebergs at Jökulsárlón, a glacial river lagoon. Next we head to Stykkishólmur in western Iceland and take cruise searching for the elusive Atlantic Puffin. You won’t believe what we find! (puffins and other sea birds).

  • Iceland Phallus Museum

    We head to Reykjavik, Iceland and visit the Icelandic Phallological Museum which has huge selection of mammal man parts. The museum prides itself as a place where you can, “undertake serious study into the field of phallology in an organized, scientific fashion.” But there were plenty of giggles to be had as well. (Because, well, scholongs…)