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"like NPR meets Monty Python!" (Jeanne Klingler)

Hear our Second Anniversary Show!

We continue our month-long look back at the history of our pumble hodcast.
This time up, it’s time for the Second Anniversary Show to fill some time!

Second Anniversary Show

2ndAnniversaryOur Second Anniversary show celebrates the charm of North Baltimore’s Govans neighborhood with a parade, and you won’t believe the many gratuitous name-drops of Baltimore fixtures like: the Music Workshop, the Senator Theater, the Adam & Eve Hair SalonWYPR, the BSO, and the Wendy’s at Bellona/York.

With our special guests:

Graphic from this blog.

Hear our Third Anniversary Show

fourthbirthdayAs we scotch-tape together our Fourth Anniversary show (which is, admittedly, taking longer than expected), here’s a chance to hear our previous birthday show, featuring comedians Wendy Liebman and Tom Shillue!


ID-62: Third Anniversary!

number-three-green-square-rounded-edge-mdWe present a comical impersonation of This American Life, a new Science Friction Adventure series, and give a  behind-the-scenes look at how we maintain our Clean rating with the Bleeptron system upgrade.

With our Special Anniversary Guests:

With extra extra thanks to Erica Palgon for her casting help.

Four Years Old

The Inverse Delirium debuted four years ago this month. fourthbirthday

Thanks so much for listening! 

Have a listen to the original, the first, the show that started it all:

Webisode 1: The Podcast Cometh! 

In which we introduce ourselves (and our habit of referring to ourselves in the first-person plural) and hear from our reporter, Charles Paintakingsley, on the social habits of the Atlantic walrus.

Also, a trailer for a new horror movie (The Chapel) and your Letters.

Keep in mind, there are no guest stars in this one (that started later), just Mr Delirium in all his pitch-shifting glory!

More Sea Creatures!

Tipped off by RadioLab (imagine that!) to Microworlds Photography, a wonderful photography site by Daniel Stoupin, an Australian marine biologist.


These photos are just two colorful examples of his work, it’s worth a looky!


Plus, see a wonderful little video about coral . . . . lovely slow-motion footage!

InveDel 81: Comic Books and Man Caves

MancaveShowWe meet the guys from RadioBlab in a most unexpected way, report on our latest temporary location, and present an encore of the Nerdpocalypse in all their nerd-like glory. Finally, we throw caution to the wind tunnel and reboot a horror classic!

With our special guests:

  • The Amazing Betty

Show includes excerpts from Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield. Script written by me except Power of Wife idea by and Gonada ad co-written by the Amazing Betty.


technicallyBy local, we mean Baltimore.

And by press, we refer to the good people at Technical.ly Baltimore. (More specifically, lead reporter Andrew Zalesky, who has earned a place in our hearts, just above the pancreas.)

We’re thrilled that they quite rightly point out we’re on the eve of our FOURTH Anniversary.

Golly. Four years of Inverse Delirium! It hardly seems possible.

The article opens thusly:

When Geoffrey Welchman began his podcast in April 2010, he didn’t expect that his guest roster would include big-name comedians like Lewis Black, Internet-famous grammarians like Grammar Girl, and local celebrities like Aaron Henkin, producer of the WYPR show “The Signal.”

So true! (also mentioned in the article, local podcast The Nerdpocalypse)

Time to make the next donut….