198 episodes

The Malliard Report is a weekly interview-based podcast, which has recently added during the pandemic a monthly live call show to foster the growth of a changing community. A live radio show that ventures into the mysteries of life as well as daily hot topics from both the political and business worlds. Never afraid to ask the tough question, Malliard’s interview-based radio show features real-time interactions with his guests and listeners. Stripped of rigid show formalities, and unafraid to hit controversies head-on, The Malliard Report features something for everyone.

The Malliard Report Jim Malliard

    • News Commentary
    • 4.2 • 63 Ratings

The Malliard Report is a weekly interview-based podcast, which has recently added during the pandemic a monthly live call show to foster the growth of a changing community. A live radio show that ventures into the mysteries of life as well as daily hot topics from both the political and business worlds. Never afraid to ask the tough question, Malliard’s interview-based radio show features real-time interactions with his guests and listeners. Stripped of rigid show formalities, and unafraid to hit controversies head-on, The Malliard Report features something for everyone.

    Live Calls Social Media 2020

    Live Calls Social Media 2020

    This week on The Malliard Report Jim welcomes some of the best guests…the listeners. This week it is a live call-in show, and the range of diversity of topics discussed is about as wide as they come. Everything from when is too early to put up your Christmas Tree, to what the future of Hollywood looks like in Covid riddled world. So sit back, buckle in, and don’t feel bad for indulging in that cheesy movie that you claim you only have on for background noise, but you actually are watching, and you are wondering if the big city girl that moved to the small town will fall in love with the hunky scrooge and Christmas will be saved.



    This time of year, there is a phenomenon that occurs and its origins are still a mystery. Hallmark movies. How did they grow to the popularity that they have reached? How did a few movies with a handful of B list celebrities turn into a full-scale studio and channel takeover? Unless you live under a rock in a remote location, or have not had a TV with cable for more than decade; every year from October through February The Hallmark Channel runs open throttle on a menagerie of low budget, bad writing/acting Christmas themed movies that one can’t help but watch. What is it about these movies that sucks you in? Inevitably you find yourself scoffing at the movie, then next thing you know, there you are, cheering as Christmas is saved in the most improbable way, and everyone enjoys hot cocoa.



    There were several predecessors that helped blaze the social media trails, but none was as prolific as that of Myspace. It spurred a generation of bathroom selfie narcissists set on a quest to find the perfect sparkly GIF and page landing song…and there are a whole lot of us that are guilty. The Myspace revolution brough social media to the mainstream. It was a way that people were able to find old friends, connect with their favorite bands, and showcase themselves in a way that had never been done before. It was the genesis of an addiction for many, and a bane for others. Myspace saw a meteoric rise and an almost instant death, but it truly helped shape the world we know today. Tom will always be my friend.



    Live calls always make for some of the best shows, because it is driven by you dear listener. Make sure to join in on the action every Tuesday at 9 p.m. EST in the duckpond live chat over on malliard.com where you can also catch up on past shows, subscribe to the newsletter, score some merch, and much more. While Jim isn’t on Myspace (at least as of right now), you can find him on the other social media platforms via @malliard.

    • 1 hr
    Jennifer Firpo

    Jennifer Firpo

    Launching a business requires a lot out of anyone. You are essentially putting yourself before the world. You had a vision, a dream, and an idea. You have sweat blood and tears, cut your teeth, and now you are ready. You have your product, service, whatever it is, and that is great, but now how do you get people to know about it? Advertising, garnered interest, and websites, all different elements that are necessary to getting noticed. Your way of saying “here I am world” and this week on The Malliard Report, Jim’s guest is just that individual. Joining this week is Jennifer Firpo of JVsion Advertising and she shares her tips and tricks on how to navigate an ever-changing climate of media, advertising in a Covid world, and much more.



    Having a love for design and presenting since childhood Jennifer found herself stuck in positions that did not allow her to truly stretch her creative wings. With a drive and a passion, plus all of her hands-on experience Jennifer decided to strike out on her own. Armed with a vision of how things should be and refusing to back down, she has been able to successfully launch JVsion Advertising; a creative and top-notch group set on achieving their clientele’s specific visions and goals. In addition to her direct work in the advertising field, Jennifer runs a successful YouTube channel that dives into everything from how to successfully market yourself, to handling the stressors of working from home (which so many of us are doing now.)



    Jennifer is truly a treasure trove of fantastic information relating to marketing and advertising and is certainly worth checking out. Her website is jvisionad.com and there you can find links to her YouTube channel, inquire about pricing for her services, and a lot more. She can be found on all social media platforms @jvisionad. For all things Malliard, make sure to head over to malliard.com where you can catch up on past shows, participate in the live chat every Tuesday at 9 PM EST, order merch, and much, much more. If you haven’t already make sure to rate and subscribe through your favorite podcasting app, and follow Jim on all social media platforms @malliard.

    • 59 min
    Predictions for 2021

    Predictions for 2021

    2020. What more can you say? Has there been any other time in history where you can simply describe an era simply by the year itself? It is safe to say that nobody saw coming what has been dealt with this year. Starting with the loss of one of basketball’s greatest legends, to the spread of a “virus” that brought the world to a complete stop, and now we stare down the barrel of the gun that is an election that is almost guaranteed to be a disaster is some form or fashion. Many look to the future with reserved optimism similar to that of an abused animal reaching out for a piece of cheese but unsure if it will receive the morsel or a smack across the head.



    This week on The Malliard Report we once again reach a monumental episode. Truly a favorite for both fans and Jim himself. It once again is time for the annual prediction show for the year 2021; and what a wild card it will be. But, to make this episode that much more interesting, this year, the prediction episode just so happens to land on the same day as the US Presidential election. So buckle up boys and girls, it’s going to be a wild.



    This is a great episode, and will always be a favorite that is looked forward to every year. Jim shares his thoughts on what may come, what listeners have written in, and a caller or two dusts off their crystal ball as well. It’s hard to say what 2021 holds for us, but all we really can do is sit back and wait. I mean it can’t get much worse, can it….



    Make sure to head over to malliard.com for all of the latest news, episodes, merch, and so much more. Be a part of The Malliard Report every Tuesday at 9 PM EST in the duck pond and make sure to rate and subscribe through your favorite podcasting app. You can find Jim on all social media outlets @malliard so give him a follow and a shout.

    • 1 hr
    Andrew Pyper

    Andrew Pyper

    It is said that energy has a way of imprinting itself on buildings and objects, especially when it is of great trauma or significance. If there ever was such an American building that would hold up to this ideology, the White House is the prime candidate. Presidential deaths, worry, strife, whispers of war, and all-out tragedy; the halls resonate with nearly three centuries of palpable energy. This energy undoubtedly calls out to the spiritual realm, drawing in those that have wandered its hallowed halls. This week on The Malliard Report, Jim welcomes a writer that has captured said essence in his latest novel The Residence. On this episode, Jim is joined by Canadian author Andrew Pyper.



    Originally from Stratford Ontario, Andrew Pyper is an author and the University of Toronto Law graduate that is fascinated with the strange and peculiar along with a passion for teaching. In addition to being a #1 Canadian Best Seller, “…A number of Pyper’s works have been acquired for TV or feature film. The Homecoming is being developed by eOne with Andrew acting as Co-Creator and Executive Producer. Other active projects have not yet been announced.”



    Andrew is another example of a fantastic guest that truly is a fantastic storyteller. You can keep up with the latest that Andrew is working on through his website andrewpyper.com in addition to being able to purchase all of his publications and links to all of his social media. For all things, Malliard head over to malliard.com where you are able to catch up on past shows, subscribe for the newsletter, purchase Malliard merch, join in on the live chat every Tuesday 9 PM EST and so much more! Reach out to Jim on all social media platforms @malliard and remember to rate and subscribe through your favorite podcasting app!

    • 1 hr
    Whitley Strieber

    Whitley Strieber

    This week on The Malliard Report we get another a two for one show featuring two fantastic guests, one that is familiar fan favorite, and a new comer with a story that will certainly stick with you. On this episode Jim welcomes George Noory and Whitley Strieber to discuss current situations, past stories, and the future potentials for radio.



    First on this episode is the legendary George Noory. George needs very little introduction; but for the few that may not know: George Noory is the host of the nationally syndicated radio show Coast to Coast AM, guest on History’s Ancient Aliens, and frequent speaker. His smooth voice has guided listeners into the world of the weird for many years and will for many more to come. He can be heard just about every night on your local AM affiliate.



    Second up in this fantastic lineup is author Whitley Strieber. Strieber ”… is an American writer best known for his horror novels The Wolfen and The Hunger and for Communion, a purported non-fiction account of his alleged experiences with non-human entities. He has maintained a dual career of author of fiction and advocate of paranormal concepts through his best-selling non-fiction books, his Unknown Country web site, and his Internet podcast, Dreamland. Strieber began his career as a novelist with the horror novels The Wolfen (1978) and The Hunger (1981), both of which were made into feature films, followed by the less successful horror novels Black Magic (1982) and The Night Church (1983).



    Strieber then turned to speculative fiction with social conscience. Collaborating with James Kunetka, he wrote Warday (1984), about the dangers of limited nuclear warfare, and Nature's End (1986) a novel about environmental apocalypse. He independently authored Wolf of Shadows (1985), a young adult novel set in the aftermath of a nuclear war.”



    While Strieber’s fictional work is fantastic, his nonfiction, personal story is even more intriguing than his fiction. “Strieber contends that he was abducted from his cabin in upstate New York on the evening of December 26, 1985 by non-human beings. He wrote about this experience and related experiences in Communion (1987), his first non-fiction book. Although the book is perceived generally as an account of alien abduction, Strieber draws no conclusions about the identity of the alleged abductors. He refers to the beings as "the visitors", a name chosen to be as neutral as possible to entertain the possibility that they are not extraterrestrials. Neurologist Steven Novella remarks that the details of Whitley's tale of waking up seemingly paralyzed fits the description of hypnagogia, a fairly common neurological phenomenon that has been mistaken by some for an intervention by demons or aliens.”



    This is a fantastic episode with not one, but two HUGE guests. Make sure to check your local AM affiliate for Coast to Coast AM times and station numbers. You can find Whitley’s books on all major online retailers, and it is recommended that you give them a read. For all things Malliard head over to malliard.com where you catch up on past shows, join in on the live show (every Tuesday 9 P.M. EST) sign up for the newsletter, and grab merch. Follow Jim on all social media outlets @malliard!

    • 1 hr
    Ran Goldman

    Ran Goldman

    As a parent, one of the hardest things to deal with is when our children our in pain. What is even worse is when our children are unable to tell us what and where it hurts. Be it that they are too young to speak, or just unable, nothing is more frustrating as a parent. What if there was a way that we could tell if our children were in pain, when they weren’t able to share with us? This week on The Malliard Report Jim welcomes a guest that is taking on such a challenge. Taking a leap in a direction that can certainly change the very face of pediatrics as we know it. On this episode Jim welcomes Professor Ran Goldman MD to the show. Dr. Goldman is a pediatrician/researcher/professor/published writer that is making waves in his field.

    “Ran D. Goldman, MD is the Chief of the Pediatric Emergency at the BC Children’s Hospital in Vancouver. He is a Pediatric Emergency Physician who was trained in Pediatrics and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and was Staff physician at SickKids for 5 years until May 2007 when he moved to Vancouver. He is the Director of the Pediatric Research in Emergency Therapeutics (PRETx) research program and concentrates on education and research in the area of evidence-based therapeutics for children with acute illness. Dr. Goldman is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of British Columbia and a Senior Clinical Investigator at the BC Children’s Research Institute. Dr. Goldman had published over 100 peer-reviewed papers in the medical literature and his research includes several large epidemiological studies and trials in the areas of pain and sedation in children. He recently led the Pediatric Emergency Research of Canada network on a study of the determinants of fever in young infants.”

    Dr. Goldman is certainly a trail blazer in his field and as parents, we can certainly hope for further research on his end. You can check out all of the research that Dr. Goldman has put in on his website bcchr.ca/rgoldman. For all things Malliard, head over to malliard.com to sign up for the newsletter, catch up on past shows, purchase merch, and be part of the live chat every Tuesday night at 9 P.M. EST. You can connect with Jim on all social media platforms @malliard!

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
63 Ratings

63 Ratings

Oklahomacide ,

Great show!

Although this show is outside the normal genre I listen to, I thought it was extremely interesting and insightful. I would recommend checking it out.

Corey G B ,

Spams social media

Spam replied my tweet on a completely different podcast. Would rate lower if possible. Don’t piggy back off of other tweets about podcasts, it’s gross.

YungDark ,

Great Podcast

Interesting, good, and rational conversations on taboo topics. You always come out more educated than before -Bertrand from 99.9% Real Podcast

Top Podcasts In News Commentary

Listeners Also Subscribed To