Leaving Home

Episode #11 from The Arcade

This week:

  • Isabel Greenberg maps out her debut graphic novel, The Encyclopedia of Early Earth
  • Comedian Rob Delaney calls into the Studio to reminisce about unrequited Parisian love. 
  • And Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield drops by to explain the beauty and terror of space.


Plus: A track by Montreal band Yamantaka // Sonic Titan!

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Show Notes:
Galaxy Quest Trailer

Track:
Yamantaka // Sonic Titan “One”
Paper Bag Records / Suicide Squeeze

Credits:
Hosted and produced by Anshuman Iddamsetty
Executive produced by Christopher Frey
Original theme music by Kirby Best
Podcast logo by Michael DeForge

Additional sound effects courtesy of Freesounds.org:
Mxsmanic “Ride Between Two Stations On Paris Metro-Line 10”
Mxsmanic “Montmartre in the Afternoon”
Heigh-Hoo “Trip To Kanazawa”
Keweldog “Barbershop Haircut”
Argitoth “Outer Space: Soundscapes 2”
RjonesXLR8 “Last Nostromo Mission”
Jovica “Ezerbee Deep Space Drone A”
Suonho “Elements Wind 2 Space Storm”

Additional music courtesy of the Free Music Archive:
Johnny_Ripper “At The Sea”
Sunhiilow “Au Clair De Lune”
Thompost “Ghostly”
Fields of Ohio “Anti-Saloon League Midnight Mystery”
Kevin MacLeod “Parisian”
Miro Belle “Here Comes The Sheeple”
Miro Belle “La La Lava”
Johnny_Ripper “As A Child”
nisei23 “Interlude IV It Came From Outer Space”
Kakurenbo “Yukiai”
Lee Rosevere “Chapter Seven - Re-entry”
Yusuke Nishiyama “Drift”
nisei23 “Drowned In Space”
Mean Moon “Celestials”
Kodak To Graph “Nave”

Credits

Original theme music by Kirby Best