Satire Is Not Dead
This week on Satire is Not Dead host Harvey Gotte discusses plans for the program for the rest of the year and babbles about certain personal issues he has experienced.
In this week's edition of Satire is Not Dead, host Harvey Gotte reads a horror story by Ray Bradbury. Fair warning: this story is one of the most disturbing short stories that few people have read. H
In this week's edition of Satire is Not Dead, host Harvey Gotte recounts in a two part series his medical ordeal that, in keeping with the October theme, borders on the surreal. Join Harvey as he reco
For the first time on Satire Is Not Dead, Harvey has as his guest Jay Miles, Co-host of the podcast Vanishing Gates. Harvey and Jay touch on various topics including how they came to know each other,
This podcast Harvey discusses the ongoing hurricane season becoming all too similar to last season’s. Also a matter of discussion is further changes coming down the line and a future collaboration in
This podcast Harvey discusses major life changes and how it all transpired that has affected his schedule as well as prefacing his next podcast and what the content will be about.
This time Harvey talks about his disappearance, what is and what’s to come. Topics include post natural disaster life to what is on the horizon for the USA
Harvey returns to discuss a wide variety of subjects to get caught up after an extended hiatus. His topics include the cancel culture, the woke movement and how it is putting children potentially in h
This week on Satire Is Not Dead in his first segment Harvey talks about moving away from political talk and returning to what he intended for Satire is Not Dead to be, the mad week he experienced befo