Feast of Fun: Gay Talk Show

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Interviews with amazing people, comedians and LGBTQ+ legends, with pop culture and politics wrapped up in a delicious candy coating of camp.

Hosted by Puerto Rican drag queen Fausto Fernós and his husband, Norwegian reality TV star Marc Felion, Feast of Fun began as one of the original 50 podcasts featured on iTunes in 2006, and celebrated by Apple: Feast of Fun "helped bring podcasting from an underground movement to a mainstream phenomenon." Five time winner of the People's Choice Podcast Award for Best LGBT podcast.

We've done thousands of shows with wonderfully wild people, LGBTQ legends and their friends, and tackle the tough questions like: is Sasquatch a drag queen? How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Roll pop?

Subscribe and join us as we chat with gay musicians, counterculture comedians, trans pirates, lesbian warriors and pagan witches and celebrate the ridiculous and transform pain into pleasure.

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Supermodel Ronnie Kroell, whose steamy bromance with fellow contestant Ben DiChiara, on the reality TV competition “Make Me A Supermodel” is out to change the way we look at our own nude bodies. Listen as we talk with Ronnie about baring it all for Playgirl, why he knows that showing …
Stalkers, identity thieves and your annoying family are all watching your every update as if to say, "That's a pretty Facebook you got there, be a shame if something happened to it." Today, Facebook expert Dave Awl, author of "Facebook Me" joins us once again to navigate us through the …
True to her dramatic nature, when up for elimination, Mimi Imfurst picked up contestant India Ferrah and carried her across the stage like King Kong on a bad hair day. Listen as we talk with Mimi Imfurst about why she got so physical and if she has any future in …
Today filmmaker drag queen Peaches Christ, well known for her love of horror films joins us to take a look horror films where people literally get their hearts ripped out. Plus her recent travels to Thailand, where he was chased by an elderly massage woman demanding to give him the …
First Burlesque, now this! Can Christina Aguilera get anything right? Wonder if Cher noticed how she fumbled the lyrics to the National Anthem at Superbowl XLV. Today we continue our annual tradition, six years of podcasting to find the juicy tidbits of the nation's top entertainment and advertising event- the …
Comedian Nadya Ginsburg has an amazing ability to morph from one sassy gay diva to another by effortlessly switching from Britney to Winona, from Lady Gaga to Madonna or even Cher. Today, Nadya Ginsburg gives us a behind the scenes look at the making of Burlesque, impersonating Cher for Jane …
Today we're talking to James Duke Mason- son of 80s pop star Belinda Carlisle of The Go-Go’s, and grandson of Hollywood actor James Mason. Join us as The Duke shares with us important advice he got from Dustin Lance Black and stories of hanging with Elton John and David Furnish …
Hooray for Illinois as Governor Pat Quinn signs civil unions into law! Illinois is now one of a dozen states with significant legal protections for same-sex couples. And yet, some are saying that it's simply more Jim Crow laws, creating a second class status for people locked out of Federal …
Our gal pal Tracy Tyler has 80s pop music flowing through her veins, and she can easily imitate the song stylings of Styx, Culture Club and her favorite Air Supply. Join us today as we take a look at Lady Gaga’s new song lyrics for “I Was Born This Way"- …
Today we predict what 2011 will be like by looking at the events and trends that made the headlines in 2010 and warping them into the future. Ripsters, GagaFlauge, Micro-Fruits, Cash Cats and Temporary Face Lifts, all coming your way. Joining us is LA based puppet artist Marsian Delellis- described …
We just love Queen Joan, the boogie woogie queen from the Bayou. To ring in the new year, Joan posted her cover of Elvira, a country pop song made popular by The Oak Ridge Boys. Think of Joan as the horse whisperer but instead of whispering to the horses she's …
Pleading for U-N-I-T-Y in a newly divided government during his State of the Union Address, the President asked lawmakers to move forward by comparing the country’s challenges to the Space Race of the 50s and 60s. Join us today as we take a close look at the State of the …
Big TV day! Oprah Winfrey surprised everyone yesterday when she introduced a sweet looking woman as her half-sister, in what she called her “Beloved Moment.” It was also the first episode of RuPaul's Drag Race and this season's contestants are funnier, sexier and wilder than ever before. Who do you …
In 2006, Prince Manvendra, the 39th direct descendant in the 651-year dynasty of Rajpipla, a princely state in Western India, made headlines around the world when he became the first Indian royal to come out as gay. One of Oprah’s favorite guests, Prince Manvendra, is now a gay rights leader, …
Do you believe in magic? Magic that makes you feel groovy like an old time movie? When did the awe and wonder of magic become corny and the domain of creepy men at birthday parties? Today we are joined by the fresh faced award winning comedy-magician John Sturk. He’s here …
With the success of her parody videos on 80s soap opera stars and her recent re-dubbing of Lionel Ritchie’s ridiculous video “Hello,” Deven Green practically owns the word “Hello” on the internet. Today Deven Green and her hunky husband Joel Bryant join us today to give us a sneak peek …
HRC came under fire last month with activists when they set up an HRC branded gift shop in Harvey Milk's Camera Shop. Now, they want to join the youth bandwagon by partnering with The Trevor Project to run a youth call center from the shop. Is this HRC trying to …
Today we salute one of the leaders of the Civil Rights movement, a fabulous gay black man named Bayard Rustin- the chief organizer of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Sadly, Rustin is largely ignored in the history of equality in this country because of his sexuality, …
The Golden Globes! Not quite the Emmys and it’s not quite the Oscars, but you get to watch a lot of drunk celebrities on TV. You don’t get completely bored like you would at the Oscars, but you get a good show. Listen as we mine for gay gold at …
Glitter Day, the world's first LGBT centric winter holiday came and went without hitch in most parts of the world but sadly, the horrific shootings in Arizona left the US in mourning. Film maker Kerthy Fix joins us to take a look at some of the more extraordinary news and …