From Conch Public Radio, it's Low Tide - Conch County's most popular news and culture program. If you've never heard of Conch County, that's because it's fictional and this is a comedy show. If you're a fan of NPR, Parks and Recreation, or Welcome To Night Vale, tune in to Low Tide. We have tote bags.
Seagulls have taken over the bowling alley, a businessman gives his ferryboat an unadvisable name, Neil gets to know his old high school teachers better than he ever wanted to, and one Conch Public Radio reporter will do anything to get the scoop. It's the Season One finale of Low Tide!
A detective is on the hunt for The Grinch; a local electronics store may not be the best place for your holiday gadgets; elementary school students have some disturbing requests for Santa; and a few too many ankles were broken at this year’s No-Ice Ice Skate Skate Race. It's the holiday edition of Low Tide!
A movie star comes to Conch to source ingredients for a new candle with an intimate scent, a local sea shanty musician tries to appeal to Gen Z, and an environmental activist goes viral after polluting his pants.
Local pasta tycoon Al Denter sits down with Neil to discuss his candidacy for county treasurer. Plus, calls from voters about the issues that matter most to them.
An oyster eating demonstration gets messy, a tourist seduces the ghost haunting her hotel, local residents have beef with the new vegan sex shop, and Low Tide might need to find a new on-air dermatologist.
Low Tide is a new sketch comedy podcast in the format of a public radio news and culture show. The most popular radio program in fictional Conch County, Low Tide has been airing on Conch Public Radio for over 35 years and it's finally available as a podcast. Coming July 2020.