The BatTribble hosts the ever-popular annual event of the podcasting arena: THE WRESTLING SHOW. Joined by VaultHunterTribble, BearTribble, ChubbyTribble, TribbleThirteen, and newest additions EagleTribble, and PinoyTribble, the Bat takes on the best entrances, factions, finishing moves, and the ultimate Wrestlemania title matches ever, with a little help from DutchTribble towards the end. All this and more!
Tues March 24, 2015 - THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR FABULOUS SUBMISSIONS! Stay tuned for our upcoming schedule of April shows inside OCTAVIA CITY!
All throughout April, The Black Tribbles and The Afrofuturist Affair with Mythmedia Studios will celebrate the legacy of the late science fiction novelist Octavia Butler once again. Its time for OCTAVIA CITY 2015 and this year we're turning over FIVE SHOWS to the big event. Every show in April (the weekly Black Tribbles Prime on G-town Radio and Tribble Nation for WHYY/Newsworks) will feature original short stories, music, spoken word pieces and personal reflections on the influence the work of Octavia Butler has had on the artistic community.
Len Webb, Kennedy Allen - Black Tribbles
Rasheedah Phillips - The Afrofuturist Affiar
Li Sumpter - Mythmedia Studios
DJ Aura - Aura360 Entertainment
Yeah, it is... It's a magic number...
What's your favorite trio? Triology? Threesome? Your favorite Tribbles bat around their most notable genre-spanning sets of three, and even debate about the threes that never should have been. Tribble Nation even chimes in on Twitter and Facebook to list their top threes!
Join the Tribbles as they reminisce about their cartoon favorites, complete with a March Madness-esque bracketed war to determine which animated feature rules all. Plus the return of Blair, aka SailorSolarFlareTribble, and the induction of John, aka GrundyTribble - all this and a whole lot more, on this jumbo edition of Black Tribbles Prime!
The passing of Leonard Nimoy - Spock of Star Trek fame - has the Tribbles chatting with Philadelphia Weekly's Stephen Segal about the lessons not learned from the Vulcan, Kennedy wistfully celebrating the legacy of the accomplished actor and Len asking when did Chekov get so important? Plus vintage clips from The Merv Griffin Show and Nerdist's Hero Complex. Read "Spock taught me not to be racist" in the Philadelphia Weekly.
The Tribbles welcome MATTHEW HOFFMAN who build his red-hot plush figure biz Bleachers Creatures (bleachercreatures.com) from the seats of his local Starbucks; then what's buzzing with DON SHUMP of the Philadelphia Bee Company (philadelphiabee.com) and all those honey bees? And what you're missing WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING.