Master Random takes a trip to Thailand. Listen in to hear about all the shit that went down in this budget-friendly Asian country.
Kiko Santos is a longtime friend of the podcast boys. Check it out!!!
Sean Pangelinan is a former Olympian, professional paddler, professional stand-up paddler and currently owns a fitness studio in San Diego called, The FitLab. His depth of knowledge on health and fitness with it's ties to science is incredible. Check it out!!
Tony Piailug, the son of Master Navigator Mau Piailug, joins the podcast to shed some knowledge on an age old tradition of deep-sea voyaging.
Meia Torres is a young, aspiring educator and has started the Sing for Saipan Challenge on social media to support the Saipan Relief Effort and to donate school supplies to the schools of Saipan. Check out her facebook and instagram pages @singforsaipan and @singforsaipanchallenge. And then DONATE!
Jojo Santo Tomas, longtime writer and journalist in Guam, chats it up with the podcast to discuss his long career as a writer.
The John Dank Show!!! From grassroots beginnings in music to being one of Guam's premiere rock bands. Their album EP is ready to drop and we just can't wait!
Welcome to the Jungle!! Everything you need to know from minds spanning 20 years of FD tradition. An all boys school on the island of Guam, every man who has graced the halls joins together every summer for the annual Alumni Tournament.
Welcome backs all around!! For Peace Band, one of Guam's top Reggae bands, jumps on the podcast to tell us about their April tour in Hawaii and California and how it has changed them as a band. Big welcome back to the podcast, MR co-host, Bo Santos.
This episode brings to the cultural side of things once again. We discuss the Chuukese, Hawaiian, and Chamorro cultures and how they all tie together. Coming to the realization that all people from the Pacific are all one people with similar histories. Tune In!!
Dr. Michael Bevacqua, a professor at the University of Guam, shares some insight on his views of language, identity, culture, and more!
After a night of drinking with the boys, the podcast embarks on a discussion of local sports, local music, and some good ol' shit talk. ENJOY!!!!
Pale Eric blows away the podcast by dropping some knowledge and openning our eyes to the Chamorro identity. There definitely needs to be a followup episode!
NRA Certified Instructor, Darren Alvarez, joins the podcast to educate us on gun rights and the Castle Doctrine.
Master Random hits Hawaii and meets up in Waiks for a late night sesh with T-Ville, Brandon, and Keanu. Hilarity Ensues!!
Moving and Shaking?! More like a Table Talk! The Muna Bros., pioneers of the film culture, invites the podcast to Tapanade for an over the top episode about film, art, and culture!
Master Random finds itself in Yona to talk with the boys about Slush, pigs, and finally....about language and preservation. Why aren't we fluent in our own language? What are the solutions to change this in the future??
20 minutes with SlushPar. Listen to our longtime friend chat it up with us talking about his favorite things in life.
Mariana's MMA Fighter, Frank "The Crank" Camacho, joins us in the studio to talk about his career that started at a young age, his decision to pursue a journey at that age, and how it has helped him grow as a person. Listen for his vision to unite the Marianas and what it takes to achieve such a feat.
After 20 years of visiting and playing music in Guam, the Master Random boys sit down with the big boy in love, Baba B. In a heartfelt and honest interview, Baba B talks about life as a musician and the effects it can have on those around you. This is truly an episode of Can't Stop the Music! Series not to be missed.
At the center of higher education in the Marianas, the Master Random boys chat with James Viernes, a professor at the University of Guam, about his decision to pursue cultural studies in Hawaii and his familial ties that has driven him to have in-depth knowledge of the lost village of Sumay. Tune in for more!!
The Master Random Boys take a trip down to the beautiful village of Santa Rita to catch retired Colonel Christine Unpingco Martinson for a sit down before she departs back to the East Coast. She is the daughter of the late Speaker Tony Unpingco from the Guam Legistlature and a very accomplished woman from Guam. She shares with the boys her experiences as a woman in the military as well as her journey to achieve the rank of a Colonel. As a product of the Guam public school system, Col. Martinson (Aunite Chris to the MR Boys) has definitely moved and shaken the military world through her exemplary service while becoming one of the highest ranking minority woman in the United States Army.
While back at the MR.GU Headquarters.....the Master Random Boy's close friend, Freddy For Peace, shows up with a new character to the show, RasDude. With roots on Guam, he's planted himself in Burbank County and has come through with the most insane stories this podcast has heard so far!! From Secret Sesh parties to BDSM to music and life, this episode has taken Master Random into another dimension, hoping to come back in one piece!! Join us on this mental adventure as LA culture smashes with Guam culture!
Master Random finds themselves in one of the most holy of holy places to talk with local Capuchin Friar and Guam Historian, Pa'le Eric Forbes. This knowledgable man sheds some light on the unknown history of Guam through thorough searching through old records. If you're seeking the history of your family as seen through the eyes of the church during the 1800's....this is one man to talk to! Listen closely and learn OUR history with us!
Launching the podcast's Movers and Shakers Series, we have the opportunity of talking it up with the 2014 Reina A. Leddy Guam Young Proffesional of the Year, Regine Biscoe Lee. Find out in this episode what it took for her to get receive this pretigious award amongst Guam's professionals. This episode is one that you wanna hear!!