65 episodes

A show that used to be about being a better creative person and is now about being a better, creative person

The Last Podcast by Zac Little Zachary Little

    • Comedy

A show that used to be about being a better creative person and is now about being a better, creative person

    A Balanced System

    A Balanced System

    Featuring Rachel Rouillard, Trevor Mattera, Abigail Lyon, Dr. Kalle Matso, and Morgan Little
    Today's episode is about water, and about understanding what we know and don't know, and about considering how we want things to be. It's also the season 5 finale.

    • 57 min
    Lua/Take It Easy (BEFHCL)

    Lua/Take It Easy (BEFHCL)

    The boys are back for another episode of BRIGHT EYES FULL HEARTS CAN'T LOSE to discuss the singles for "Lua" and "Take It Easy (Love Nothing)" which went to #1 and #2 simultaneously on the Billboard Charts on November 13th, 2004. (Conor Oberst had recently wrapped up touring in support of John Kerry, along with Bruce Springsteen and R.E.M.)
    In today's episode, we talk about some of our favorite songs, albums, TV shows and movies from 2019, as well as the concerts we attended together. 
    There's also brief installments of the subpodcasts ARE YE TALKIN ARCADE FIRE IN MAY and ALL EARS ALL EYES ALL THE TIME. 
    Thanks for listening!

    • 1 hr 28 min
    This Will Be Our Year

    This Will Be Our Year

    Happy New Year, everybody. 
    TLPZL has a hotline now: Call 978-566-1704 and leave messages with questions and or comments. 

    • 11 min
    This Must Be The Place

    This Must Be The Place

    w/ George Barber, Genevieve Aichele, Morgan Little & Aidan from Spain. 
    Theme music: "King Sham" by Morgan Little

    • 46 min
    The Weight (Second Verse)

    The Weight (Second Verse)

    Featuring: Mackenzie Keefe, Morgan Little, Malikah McHerrin-Cobb, Jon Pernisek, The Spoon, Max Wallace, Sarah Wrightsman, Steve Hedlund, Becky Holt, & George Barber

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Applying Theatre: Malikah McHerrin-Cobb

    Applying Theatre: Malikah McHerrin-Cobb

    Hey everybody!
    Today's episode is a new subpodcast for The Last Podcast, one that is produced in association with the New Hampshire Theatre Podcast. It's kind of new and we're still figuring it out. Not even sure if the name will stick! But it is a show about using art to create social change. Sometimes it might be connected to a current theatrical production, but sometimes it might not be! Like I said, still figuring it out. 
    A normal episode of TLPZL is coming very soon!
    THE NICETIES closes this weekend. 

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

Tim Caston ,

Genuine to its core

If you’re looking for a podcast that cares deeply about media and portraying the human experience in all its varied forms then the Last Podcast is for you. There is an obvious amount of thought and insight that goes into each episode which is wonderful, but it’s not the only thing that keeps me coming back. Each podcast is filled with joy and a passion for creativity that is infectious, even at its saddest points. It’s a testament to life’s abundant creative jumping off points, and a reminder of the accessibility of this medium if we’re brave enough to open up and reach for it.

Tom Simmons CT ,

The Best Podcast

Bold, unpretentious, hilarious, adventurous, as comfortable grounded in local issues as in the most urgent matters of the heart, The Last Podcast deserves your full listening attention. No other podcast can offer such an earnest, intimate, and rewarding experience of creativity and drive. Also it’s really really funny!

Nickteeeeeee ,

Clever, Unique, Charming, Experimental

Aaron Sorkin's cool younger brother made a beautiful, eclectic soundscape of a podcast, and it's everything I've ever wanted to hear. I never know what topic Zac little will be talking about from episode to episode, but I can guarantee it'll be something fresh and unique. Half the time Zac's manner of speaking draws me in with its wit and charm, and half of the time it goes over my head in a blissful West-Wing-come-walk-with-me-rappid-fire-speach sort of way. It's great. I love it.

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