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A podcast about all things culture—music, movies, television, books—and what's happening on the campus of The University of Alabama. Cultured is a product of The Crimson White culture desk, hosted by Jeffrey Kelly and Leah Goggins.

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A podcast about all things culture—music, movies, television, books—and what's happening on the campus of The University of Alabama. Cultured is a product of The Crimson White culture desk, hosted by Jeffrey Kelly and Leah Goggins.

    11: Jeffrey & Leah wonder if they could survive ‘Survivor’

    11: Jeffrey & Leah wonder if they could survive ‘Survivor’

    The answer? Probably not. (Don’t count Jeffrey out, though.)
     
    In this penultimate episode of “Cultured,” Jeffrey and Leah talk Taylor Swift’s new/old album, Netflix documentaries and Doja Cat’s potential.
     
    Cultured’s theme song is “Lips” by Plurabelle, licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License.
    Follow The Crimson White (and your hosts) on Twitter: @TheCrimsonWhite / @jeffkellyjr / @leahisonline

    • 52 min
    10: Jeffrey & Leah come out as pro-teacher

    10: Jeffrey & Leah come out as pro-teacher

    Zoom University is tough. In this episode of “Cultured,” Jeffrey and Leah get honest about pass/fail, Ariana Grande’s new gig and the worst movie ever made about Tuscaloosa, Alabama (we think).
     
    Cultured’s theme song is “Lips” by Plurabelle, licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License.
    Follow The Crimson White (and your hosts) on Twitter: @TheCrimsonWhite / @jeffkellyjr / @leahisonline

    • 59 min
    9: Jeffrey & Leah go to the Men in Music Business Conference

    9: Jeffrey & Leah go to the Men in Music Business Conference

    In this week’s episode, we bring you only the cream of the crop from a too-lengthy (you don’t even want to know how lengthy) conversation between Jeffrey & Leah this weekend. On the docket: Where does one register for the Men in Music Business Conference? Is Hannah Montana making a comeback? And why would Peter Marc Jacobsen, co-creator of “The Nanny,” betray us like this?
     
    Cultured’s theme song is “Lips” by Plurabelle, licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License.
    Follow The Crimson White (and your hosts) on Twitter: @TheCrimsonWhite / @jeffkellyjr / @leahisonline

    • 46 min
    8: Jeffrey & Leah yell at each other

    8: Jeffrey & Leah yell at each other

    Jeffrey and Leah missed each other. And they missed you! After two painful weeks apart, our hosts reunite to talk about the physical implications of curving bullets, two shows about mother-daughter relationships you can binge-watch on Netflix and (for two seconds) March Madness. Bone apple tea, listeners.
    Cultured’s theme song is “Lips” by Plurabelle, licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License.
    Follow The Crimson White (and your hosts) on Twitter: @TheCrimsonWhite / @jeffkellyjr / @leahisonline

    • 42 min
    7: Jeffrey & Leah apply for Genovian visas

    7: Jeffrey & Leah apply for Genovian visas

    There were a lot of things we could have named this episode. Jeffrey listens to jazz for white dads. Leah gets a doctorate in Steely Dan. Eiza Gonzalez says words that Jeffrey and Leah wish she hadn’t said. Jeffrey applies to be Laika’s first-ever movie taste-tester. Tuvalu and Tove Lo are different nouns (???). Leah does her Cher impression (big mistake, huge). Honestly, we did… so much this week.
     
    Cultured’s theme song is “Lips” by Plurabelle, licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License.

    Follow The Crimson White (and your hosts) on Twitter: @TheCrimsonWhite / @jeffkellyjr / @leahisonline

    • 48 min
    6: Jeffrey & Leah go on ‘Life Support’

    6: Jeffrey & Leah go on ‘Life Support’

    Friday, Feb. 26, 2021, was a day that will live in infamy (for Jeffrey specifically). On this week’s episode of “Cultured,” we celebrate the release of Madison Beer’s album “Life Support,” a Bebe Neuwirth performance of “All I Care About Is Love” and the 366 (!!!!!) movies eligible for Best Picture this year at the Oscars.

    • 1 hr 1 min

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