Non Denominational - A Sitcom Podcast
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"Non Denominational" is a Sitcom Podcast that follows Pastor Jamie and Liturgical Minister Elijah’s non denominational church: Society of the Children of the Natural Earth (SCONE).
After a secretary stole all their money, the duo hire Liv who is just needs a job. There’s also the smarmy part time gay employee Jonathan, the volunteer Carol Ann and the church’s antagonist Marcy.
SEASON 2 - FROM THE LIBRARY: 'Dream Realm'
Jordyn is a prosecutor who is accompanied by a slight pessimist personality. She escapes her social troubles with an invention called the Dream Realm. There, anyone can be anything.
Three murders turn up disconnected before Jordyn helps tie together one chilling fact. And all the answers await in the place where pure fantasy was thought and believed to rule all.
DREAM REALM is the 2nd season of the audiobook-podcast combo project by Matt Hribar. Voiced, Written and Produced by Matt Hribar. The season will continue to drop on Wednesdays, starting on May 1st.
From the library with matthew hribar: season 1 - "Unconscuous / Subconscious"
From The Library with Matthew Hribar will feature some of the written work from his personal library. The book is written, voiced and produced by Matthew Hribar.
The first season follows the book, Unconscious, Subconscious. The novel follows a federal agent named Sydney Mercer who is transplated into the comatose mind of a federal hacker. Mercer has one job: to find out anything he can about Project Lavender.
Take a listen to From The Library with Matthew Hribar here on Apple Podcasts.
Or, if it's better, check it out on Spotify!
Thoughts of the roundtable
Thoughts of the Roundtable with Paul Laux and Matthew Hribar is a comedy show...but that's kind of an understatement. It's kind of whatever, all over the place. There's no ONE thing...it's a beautiful combination of Paul and Matt, but the rest of it might be a bit of a hotmess.
Check it out on Apple Podcasts here.
Or listen to Thoughts of the Roundtable on Spotify here.