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We're about quality, laid back music, predominantly from independent artists and labels. It's a laid back affair with the best new ambient, downtempo, Balearic, freaky folk, drones and tones, stoned soul, electronica, dub flavours, psychedelic vibes, deep house, lazy jazz, leftfield beats and pieces, peyote pop, soundtracks and any other great lazy, atmospheric, hard to describe music that we've just found.
 
Welcome to Tejano Thrashed! Bringing the best in Tejano, with New Age, Underground, Old School. Creating a New Movement and different style of djing to the industry. www.facebook.com/djnune04 www.facebook.com/djnune21 www.twitter.com/djnune04 www.youtube.com/djnune04 Snapchat: djnune04 Vine: djnune04
 
The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) enjoys vast deposits of precious minerals and metals. Diamonds are found in the south and center of the country and the land holds 80% of the world’s Coltan, needed in all our mobile phones. It should be one of the richest countries on Earth, but it is not. This Podcast explores why, from the very beginning. A new podcast will be released each Monday every two weeks, the website is https://www.thehistoryofthecongo.com Starting in prehistoric times, ...
 
The UK’s longest running all women podcasters, Est. 2011: Irreverent and uncensored interviews, life stories, conversations and debate. CULTURE: FOOD: WELLBEING: SEX: COMEDY: AUTHORS “It’s fantastic to have a radio show for women BY women. Not that Radio Gorgeous is worthy or box-ticking. It’s funny, frantic, smart; often profound and just occasionally filthy.” Liz Hoggard – Journalist It was such fun” Lynn Barber – Celebrity Journalist “Pirate Radio for Vogue Readers” Journalist and writer ...
 
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In this episode we see how the Kingdom of the Kongo survived in the ebbs of flows of international and domestic conflicts, as well as some of the horrific effects of slavery. We see the Kingdom flex its power on the international stage but ultimately wither as a defeat allows an opportunity for others to take its power and resources. But in this ad…
 
In this episode the Kingdom of the Kongo welcomes the Portuguese Empire, and the nobility embraces a new Religion. But it also meets the Dutch, the Vatican and continues to fight for it's place in Africa, whilst keeping the Kingdom together. Soon the Europeans settle, with an agenda much evolved from spreading Christianity....This results in allian…
 
In this Episode we focus on the Western Congo in the 13th Century where we meet one of the most famous precolonial Kingdoms - the Kingdom of the Kongo. We see how the Kingdom formed and take a look at the capital - MBanza Kongo - as well as a look at some of the social structures in place. We wrap up just as new visitors arrive at the Kingdom ...…
 
In this episode we look at the Democratic Republic of the Congo today, and then go back in time. We start with prehistoric artefacts and the great Bantu migration, which pushed the Pygmies to the South and East of todays country. We are introduced to the topography of the Country, The River Congo, the central navigable plateau, and the Mountains of…
 
Suzanne Snow has a fulfilling life as a plants woman, a novelist and sometime leader of worship in her local church in Lancashire. Hear how she has created her amazing life and made her dreams come true; becoming a published writer. #Author #RadioGorgeous #Romance https://www.suzannesnowauthor.com/ https://www.waterstones.com/book/9781800322196…
 
Many of us will be engaging in gift exchanges this December. Whether it's Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Boxing Day or New Year’s, ‘tis the season for buying stuff. But we can still participate in the spirit of the holidays without all the waste! This episode – featuring Kate Nelson (Plastic-Free Mermaid) and Plaine Products CEO Lindsey McCoy – expl…
 
So the latest radio show for the nice people at Music For Dreams is now available to listen to. Plenty of great music as I take a paddle through Balearic waters, dip my toe into cosmic pop, orbit through deep space, wander down folk lane & take a trip through soul jazz fusion. If you need the tracklisting then head to the blog: https://www.theslowm…
 
Today we are talking about the most controversial now ex-Royal MEGHAN, activist, actor, mother and Prince Harry’s partner. Sean has written a wonderful sympathetic book about a sadly much maligned woman MEGHAN MISUNDERSTOOD, is published by Harper Collins #Royals #RadioGorgeous #MeghanBy The UK's Longest Running all Female Podcasters
 
Ride shotgun with David Reynolds as he meanders across the USA on Route 50 from coast to coast seeking fellowship and IPA. David and his trusty auto-steed, Harpo, are the perfect companions for these days of armchair travel: they get lost so you don't have to. Often called 'The Loneliest Road in America,' Route 50 is a lot less so when accompanied …
 
Join UPSTREAM CEO Matt Prindiville as he interviews Tom Szaky, a self-described eco-capitalist, who launched Terracycle from his dorm room at Princeton in 2003. Terracycle works with brands to collect and repurpose their hard-to-recycle waste and operates in over 20 countries, engaging more than 80 million people. Fifteen years later, Tom leveraged…
 
Linda Marlowe trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Linda has a long with writer and director Steven Berkoff includes his plays Greek, Decadence, East, The Trial and Metamorphosis, Steven has described her as his muse. Linda has been in many plays, films and TV you may remember her as as he matriarch Sylvie Carter in EastEnders. …
 
So the latest radio show for the nice people at Music For Dreams is now available to listen to. Plenty of great music as I take a deep dive into largely laidback waters with a strong folk/Americana vibe in all their mutated forms running through the show, not to mention a bit of electronica and some euphoric, election celebrating disco to end - you…
 
Betsy Bonner's sister Atlantis Black went missing and was found dead in a hotel room in Tijuana, Mexico. She was 31 years old. Betsy set out to do what no one else in Atlantis' life did: find out what happened to her sister. How did she go from being a promising musician in New York to that hotel room in Mexico? The Book of Atlantis Black: The Sear…
 
Tara Arkle has found out what she really wants to do - write. Being the daughter of super talented parents Anthony Newley and Joan Collins, meant it took a while for Tara to know her true direction. Now very happily settled in the West Country of England, as well as writing Tara supports her local women's refuge by organising a yearly march on Elim…
 
Ayleen Farnood and Madhav Malhotra are two high school students in Toronto, Canada, who were concerned by the plastic pollution crisis and curious to learn how to help. Their shared interest sparked a deep learning journey, which gave birth to the Plastic Shift an organization already getting a lot of public attention. The pair has conducted extens…
 
The menopause can be daunting and keeping feeling balanced is the key to happiness. Nutritional therapist Jackie Lynch gives us wise advice at this time when you can suffer with many debilitating symptons. https://www.well-well-well.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/WellWellWellUK/ #Menopause #RadioGorgeous #50+…
 
This episode features our livestream originally aired September 24, 2020 hosted by UPSTREAM Board member Letise LaFeir. Environmental justice leaders Mustafa Santiago Ali and Miriam Torres join us for a frank discussion about race, the environmental movement, and intersectionality. Get ready for an incredibly rich and educational discussion, and be…
 
So the latest radio show for the nice people at Music For Dreams is now available to listen to. Many apologies for missing last month, I had a music meltdown trying to port my large, well organised iTunes library to Apple Music. After about 15 hours on the phone the issue was resolved, apart from the fact that Apple Music is so slow as to be unusua…
 
Elizabeth and Beth tell us exciting and amusing feminist slants on Goddesses. They talk about Athena, Medusa and The Furies. The very ancient Goddesses often have wild, dark pasts; more like real women, don't be afraid of to use everything you have to get what you want. #Goddesses #RadioGorgeous #Feminism…
 
The Guinness family are as close to Irish royalty as we get and the glorious Guinness Girls probably garnered as many column inches as actual princesses back in their day. Launched as Debutantes in the roaring 20s the sisters quickly became the darlings of the Bright Young Things. The Glorious Guinness Girls - Three Sisters. One Shared Destiny. By …
 
#SexandtheCityofLadies #RadioGorgeous #History Josephine Pembroke welcomes back on to Radio Gorgeous Lisa Hilton who is a biographer, art historian and author of the uber glamourous best selling Maestra novels. Lisa lives mostly in Venice with her daughter and today she talks about Sex and The City of Ladies. Sex and the City of Ladies by Lisa Hilt…
 
Sithara Menon and Valerie Nguyen started organizing as soon as they got into college, and have each seen significant success – from historic California climate legislation to the recent UC-wide ban on single-use plastics. In this episode, we talk with these young leaders about this epic win, what’s next for students working to #breakfreefromplastic…
 
Small businesses have been struggling amidst the constraints of COVID-19, but Vanessa Pope’s story of Mudlab is one of resilience, resourcefulness, and the power of community-based business. In this episode, we learn how this visionary Oakland resident has built a hub for reuse community with creative partnerships, serving locals a lot more than ju…
 
Stephanie broke away from her long term boyfriend and went to live in the all women camp Greenham Common in Berkshire in the 80s. The women's wildness, irreverence and freedom influenced Stephanie greatly and she finally found out who she was. And Other Girls Like Me, is up for an award, see below to enter: Other Girls Like Me: A Lambda Literary Mo…
 
With COVID-19 came opportunistic marketing for the plastics industry, resulting in people all over the world using more single-use stuff under the misguided notion that it is “safer.” This summer, over 115 health experts from around the world signed onto an evidence-based statement to validate the truth behind safe sustainability: Reusables are saf…
 
This episode features winners from UPSTREAM’s recent Plastic Free July contest, where we passed the mic to our listeners to highlight your stories of how you are building a #betterwaythanthrowaway. Our featured winners are Maladen Gayuek, Cofounder and CEO of PlasticScore, an app that rates restaurants on their single-use plastic usage; Jess Blasko…
 
From cosmic American to Celtic folk, Balearic bits, Japanese pop and killer new jazz fusions via all sorts of weird and wobbly wonders. J.H. Guraj - Introspection (Maple Death Records) Cinder Well - No Summer (Free Dirt) Constant Follower - Set Aside Some Time (Bandcamp) Art Feynman - Nancy Are You Hiding In Your Work (Western Vinyl) Mandroid - Cru…
 
This novel is out NOW as a paperback, it was delayed due to Covid. The gripping new novel by Sunday Times number one best seller Victoria Hislop is set against the backdrop of the German occupation of Greece, the subsequent civil war and a military dictatorship, all of which left deep scars. Themis is part of a family bitterly divided by politics a…
 
To honour her 80th birthday, Dr Cynthia Moss talks to Corinna about how growing up in the USA inspired a love of nature, leading her to spend five decades in the Kenyan bush. Many of you will recognise Cynthia from the award-winning films shown on the BBC, PBS and Animal Planet, about the female elephant matriarch Echo, which she presented alongsid…
 
From rafting down the Mississippi to a fishing line ring proposal on a sail to the trash gyres in the middle of the ocean, Marcus Erickson’s life is an ongoing adventure story. Also a PhD scientist and activist and co-founder of 5 Gyres, Marcus’s adventures these days are all about doing good through research and activism to address plastic polluti…
 
Many environmental organizations are trying to figure out how to become anti-racist in a space with a longstanding history of both intentional and unintentional racism and exclusion. Many white leaders in our movement are simultaneously grappling with a personal history of ignorance and inaction on the problem of racism in America. In this candid c…
 
Welcome to the latest radio show for the nice people at Music For Dreams. It's a wobbly ride as usual through the electro-acoustic universe, where glitch meets folk and nature meets the machines. We also throw in a bit of Balearic niceness, cosmic funk, jazzed up dub and the right sort of noise.. Head over to the blog for the full tracklisting: the…
 
Many of us have been missing live concerts and recitals, so it’s wonderful that the Henley Festival is producing a digital show. Corinna talks to one of the headliners, Hao Zi Yoh about her journey to becoming a concert pianist - from playing the Carnegie Hall aged 12, moving from Malaysia to Germany at 14 and finding freedom to practice different …
 
Listen to in an interactive and hopeful conversation about the safety and future of reuse in America with epidemiologist Dr. Ben Locwin and entrepreneurs Tom Szaky and Lindsey Hoell. We discuss how reuse solutions and systems can help: - save businesses money - get people back to work - protect public health - stop plastic pollution & reduce waste…
 
The last national crisis before Coronavirus was the Second world War, everybody was expected to do their bit. Men went to war and women were conscripted to do “mans work” however dirty, noisy and dangerous. Today we talked to the Sheffield based Journalist Michelle Rawlins who has written a book celebrating The feisty factory sisters who helped win…
 
Like millions around the world right now, at UPSTREAM we’ve been talking a lot about racial justice in America. We’ve been holding in our hearts the countless Black Americans who’ve effectively been treated as disposable in our society and justice system. We’ve been meeting as a team to look at how we can do more and better to support change. And w…
 
What happens when you bump into a drop dead gorgeous ex boyfriend? And your marriage is a little dull and there is a part of you that never, ever completely got over your first love ? Josephine chats to Jane Corry about her latest thriller, working in a men's prison and how tattoos can hinder a career as an extra on TV and film. SPECIAL OFFER: I Ma…
 
So the latest show for the Danish downtempo mafia, [Music For Dreams](https://musicfordreams.dk/radio/) is live. Kicking off with a deep soul, music with a message opener the show soon descends into jungle vibed, ambient psychedelia before easing through various strains of folk and Americana. This is swiftly followed by a great selection of sweet p…
 
What’s a beautiful disruption? A culture hack? A story war? How do big events like pandemics change the stories we tell about our world? And how can we help shape that change toward the more beautiful world we want to live in? Join Dancing Fox co-founders Brian Fitzgerald and Tommy Crawford for this deep dive into the wondrous world of re-shaping s…
 
Welcome to the latest TSMM radio show for Music For Dreams radio. It's a weird and wobbly journey throught the worlds of wayward dub, astral Americana, global psychedelia, cosmic boogie, esoteric electronica and sublime folk music. Head over to the blog for the full tracklisting if you are in a rush: https://www.theslowmusicmovement.org/blog/the-sl…
 
The recycling industry has been taking a hit the last few years, and since COVID-19, rates have dropped about 50 - 60%. But the spike in single-use waste and plummet in recycling doesn’t stop Terracycle founder & CEO Tom Szaky from feeling optimistic about the future of reuse in America. Tune in for the latest from Tom as he continues combatting pl…
 
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