“A neat idea for a podcast... it's the essential unfairness of the premise that makes these conversations spark.”
Known as 'The show for people who go against the grain', UNJUSTLY MALIGNED is a show in which Antony invites a guest to talk about something they love, that other people... don't. In each episode Antony chats with a guest as they explain why that thing you think is terrible (or simply don't know at all) is actually worth your time.
Guests have included Wil Wheaton, Leigh Alexander, Merlin Mann, Brianna Wu, Jason Snell, Maya Rodale, Paul Cornell, Meredith Yayanos, Casey Liss, and many more.
Visit UMP.fm to listen and subscribe.
Antony and co-host Brian LeTendre — both lifelong heavy metal fans — take it in turns to choose a metal album they must listen to, then argue about it. Even if you're not into metal, it's a lot of fun.
(But if you are, it's even better.)
In the spirit of underground music, THRASH IT OUT is completely independent, entirely funded and supported by listeners through Patreon. “Patron Perks” include participation in listener polls to select an episode's album, and even being invited on to special Backstage Pass episodes.
Visit ThrashItOutPodcast.com to listen and subscribe.
THE INCOMPARABLE is one of Antony's favourite podcasts, and its eponymous network his favourite gathering of pop culture nerds. That's why he made it the home for UNJUSTLY MALIGNED.
In addition to UMP, Antony also appears on the main Incomparable show, and others on the network, as a panelist and guest host.
Visit The Incomparable website for links to Antony's appearances across the network.
Where panelists go to die (mostly of sleep-deprived laughter), and one of the most popular shows on the network. Hosts and guests from other Incomparable shows assemble to play quizzes, board games, bizarre versions of old-style text adventures, pastiches of TV shows, and more.
Antony is a regular panelist on game shows such as LOW DEFINITION and INCONCEIVABLE!; hosts occasional UK TRIV episodes wherein baffled North Americans stumble their way through old British editions of Trivial Pursuit; and he's the creator of TOO LONG, DIDN'T READ, a game show of hasty summaries and reckless connections.
Visit the Game Show page to listen and subscribe.