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Revealing, intimate conversations with visionaries and leaders in the arts, science, technology, public service, sports and business. These engaging personal stories are drawn from interviews with the American Academy of Achievement, and offer insights you’ll want to apply to your own life.
 
Bullseye from NPR is your curated guide to culture. Jesse Thorn hosts in-depth interviews with brilliant creators, culture picks from our favorite critics and irreverent original comedy. Bullseye has been featured in Time, The New York Times, GQ and McSweeney's, which called it "the kind of show people listen to in a more perfect world." (Formerly known as The Sound of Young America.)
 
Compelling hour long conversations with people who are making things happen. New episodes every Sunday evening. From C-SPAN, the network that brings you the Washington Today and Lectures in History podcasts.
 
The "WHOA That's Good" podcast, welcomes you into meaningful conversations with authors, athletes, musicians, speakers and stars of film and television in search of the answer to just one question. What is the best advice you have ever been given? Hosted by Sadie Robertson, best selling author, founder of Live Original, and star of A & E's Duck Dynasty & Season 19 of ABC's Dancing with the Stars, this fun and lighthearted podcast is sure to leave you saying, "Whoa That's Good!"
 
Comedian and actor Gilbert Gottfried, a man Stephen King once called “a national treasure,” talks with the show business legends, icons and behind-the-scenes talents who shaped his childhood and influenced his comedy. Along with co-host and fellow pop culture fanatic Frank Santopadre, Gilbert is joined by comics, actors, musicians, talk show hosts, writers and other eyewitnesses to Hollywood history, including Bruce Dern, Chevy Chase, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Adam West, Steve Buscemi, Micky Dole ...
 
I’m Michael Rosenbaum, I’ve spent the better part of the last two decades in and out of film and television - mostly known for playing the bald dude on the show Smallville. I’m the guy that you probably don’t know by name, but when you see my face you might say “oh, that guy from that thing.” I’ve befriended some of the most talented people in the business, but it wasn’t until I started inviting them into my home that I realized, I didn’t really know these people. What started as me having s ...
 
Listen, fam. Jeannie Mai (The Real, Hello Hunnay), is out to discover what makes the world tick. She sits down to interview everyone from sex therapists to divorce lawyers, morticians to crime scene investigators, (and so much more!) to understand the journeys of the heart of the human being behind the career. No topic is too taboo, no subject too risqué. Jeannie wants to get to the truth in every person's story. So LISTEN, HUNNAY. For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnershi ...
 
What if you could learn from 100 of the world’s most inspiring women? Introducing “Seneca’s 100 Women to Hear” a podcast brought to you by the Seneca Women’s Podcast Network and iHeart Radio in partnership with P&G. Over the course of 100 episodes you’ll hear from women who broke barriers, changed history and are building bridges across political divides. You’ll get insight into not just what they accomplished but how they think about the world. These are Seneca’s 100 women to hear. Listen, ...
 
Comedian Dan Frigolette strives to discuss life, love, and happiness through the eyes of Adult Film Stars with the hope of de-stigmatizing Porn and the performers who choose the lifestyle. Adult Film Stars talk relationships, politics, art, animals, friends, family, travel and have a lot of fun doing it, all without deeply devoting time to the semantics of the Porn industry. PSAP hopes to humanize, comedians, porn stars, people, and listeners alike to see that life is not about labels, judge ...
 
Join hosts Anna Linvill, and Tarik Ghiradella for conversations with contemporary composers about music, life, and what’s happening in the genre defying world of classical music today. The Composer’s Studio is a place where living art is made, a place without boundaries where inspiration can come from anywhere from birdsong to heavy metal, Vivaldi to the hum of a vacuum cleaner. Classical composers today are no longer confined to the concert stage or the cathedral but contribute to film scor ...
 
A show about life and the stories we tell. How are pop-culture zombies like Haitian zombis? When did time-travel fiction start? Why are we so fascinated with ghost stories? Join Lauren, Emily, and Matt as they use anthropology, history, sibling rivalry, and pop culture to dig deep into the themes of narratives in film, literature, video games, and life.
 
Heyo everybody! Im Joey and I’m Amanda - And this is the Joey and Amanda Podcast. We’re married (to each other), we live in Los Angeles, and we’re creatives doing what we love everyday. Amanda is a full time artist and works from our at home art studio. She has a fine arts degree and has given talks at TedX, Art Basel, and runs workshops all over the world. Joey is an actor. He has a fine arts degree in acting and many years of theatre, film, and improv training. Joey has been working in the ...
 
Oxford is a wonderful city in which to live, and If you have the good fortune to call yourself a resident you are probably here because you value its incredible mix of people and cultures. However, whether local or visitor, your own personal network of friends and colleagues can only touch a small proportion of the fascinating people who call this place home. We set up this podcast to seek out some of the individuals that we find interesting and explore their lives and stories. They are not ...
 
Welcome to Fascination Street. We're Jimmy and Mika Pearson and an amateur Father and Son Podcast team. Mika has been dubbed "Britains youngest Ufologist" and Jimmy Churchs "Roaming Producer at large". To walk down Fascination Street is to walk amongst the Paranormal and Metaphysical. We go through Ufology news, and review films, movies, music and other great podcasts that we like. We truly hope you enjoy what you hear 🙏☮️❤️
 
No such thing as small talk with Steve Lacy. You may know Steve as co-anchor of the FOX 5 5 and 10pm newscasts here in New York but Steve now has a day job. Fascinated with all New York has to offer, Steve is on a mission to talk with the most interesting people who cross his path. From celebrities to dog walkers each has a great story to tell and Steve is always up for a good Binge-Talk.
 
Fiction about (or involving) motion pictures started appearing in the late nineteenth-century, when writers first became aware of early kinetoscope technologies. These stories grew more and more popular as the public became increasingly fascinated with the movies, the film industry, and the odd inhabitants of Hollywood. These stories reflect and often respond to the public's fascination with the movies; at the same time, they also reveal their fears and anxieties about the new medium. The fi ...
 
This is a podcast about developing characters for film and about the people who build them. While working as a costume designer, I became fascinated with the fluid way a character comes into being, from a thought in a writers mind, to director, casting director, designer, actor, etc. all the way to the final screen. Each project as different as the characters who work on them. I am Catherine Velosa and I invite you to join me as I chat with different professionals in the entertainment indust ...
 
We are a couple of Illinois natives, lifelong friends, and lovers of all movies! We are thoroughly fascinated by the inner workings of movies, and we seem to gain some kind of insight out of every movie we watch(good or bad). We started five years ago in Peoria, Illinois, huddled around one microphone in my dining room, and now we live in Chicago and geek out about movies a few times a month. Check us out or get a hold of us to join us in the studio to talk shop with us on the air!
 
Each week we share a story, explore insights that can illuminate our path, and interview guests with their own fascinating immigrant journeys, getting to know what’s cool, weird and mental about each other’s cultures showing that we’re all a little messed up but we’re all pretty similar too. Hosted by Carmen Neta & produced by Philip Kidd. Music by Caterina Schrebri #society #culture #immigrantsinireland #migrant #immigrants
 
It's sad, but true to say that today Edward Morgan Forster's works are known more from their film and television adaptations rather than from their original novels. Yet, these adaptations have spurred many a fascinated viewer into going back to the library and finding the book that the film or miniseries was based on and this is ultimately the power of Forster's literary appeal. Howard's End was published in 1910 and it marked Forster's first taste of critical and commercial success. He had ...
 
A poor young boy from the slums of London watches a royal procession pass, with the youthful Prince of Wales riding at its head. He ventures too close and is caught and beaten by the Prince's guards. However, the young royal stops them and invites the vagrant to the palace. Here the two boys sup alone and are stunned to discover that they bear a startling resemblance to each other. The Prince is Edward, long awaited heir of the monarch, Henry VIII, while the vagrant is Tom Canty, the son of ...
 
Hi I'm Geoff Antonio and I love talking about Music and Business. I am completely fascinated with with learning the process of artist I admire. I find people who are willing to share both their hardships and success stories true leaders we can learn from both their failures and victories. I am giving you an open invitation to join together on a journey with me to explore those stories that move us to where we truly want to be. Let us celebrate Life, Music and the Hustle of being someone of v ...
 
A novel that disturbs you 160 years after it first appeared in print, The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde, has so much relevance and resonance even today. Dorian Gray is a strikingly handsome young man whose beauty attracts a debauched aristocrat Sir Henry Wotton. Dorian's picture has been painted by a talented artist Basil Hallward and Sir Henry becomes desperate to meet Dorian, though Basil himself is against it. Sir Henry persuades Dorian to pose for a picture painted by Basil and d ...
 
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Dave and Paul are back with the magic! This week they celebrate the incredible SEAN CONNERY! Sadly Sean is gone but he leaves us a slew of fantastic flicks including, "The Man Who Would Be King," "The Untouchables," "The Hunt for Red October," and of course the James Bond flicks!By Fascinated with Films
 
Juli Hazlewood has dedicated her academic career and life energy to working with indigenous peoples of the Amazon in their fights against extractive industries like palm oil, crude oil, and illegal mining. If you dig this podcast, would you be please leave a short review on Apple Podcasts? It’s takes less than 60 seconds and makes a difference when…
 
Longevity research always reminds me of the parable of blind men and an elephant. A group of blind men, who’ve never seen an elephant before, each touches a different part of the elephant’s body to conceptualize what the animal is like. Because of their limited experience, each person has widely different ideas—and they all believe they’re right. A…
 
In this Podcast I chat to Sarah Roberts who has written the book Somebodies Swallowed Stanley following the journey of a plastic bag in the ocean as well as talking about working with large predators and how a shark bit her arm! News: Parrots Moved From Zoo For Swearing To Much Sarahs Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sarahsrealjob/ Top 5 Ways …
 
Digitizing Enlightenment: Digital Humanities and the Transformation of 18th-Century Studies (Liverpool UP, 2020) explores how a set of inter-related digital projects are transforming our vision of the Enlightenment. The featured projects are some of the best known, well-funded and longest established research initiatives in the emerging area of ‘di…
 
Actor and comedian David Cross is our guest! While you may know him best for his stand-up comedy and roles on shows like Arrested Development and Mr. Show, David joins Jesse to talk about his newest endeavor - a dramatic role in the new film The Dark Divide. He talks about the mental and physical challenges of playing that role, growing up in Georg…
 
Around the world, there are bold women leaders who have a vision of how to make life better for others. As president and CEO of Vital Voices, Alyse Nelson ensures that these change-makers get the training, mentoring and network that will make their vision a reality. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
Iheoma Iruka has devoted her career to understanding bias in early-childhood education, but she has very few memories of that period in her own life. Iruka was born in Texas, but her parents moved back to Nigeria when she was 3. She stayed there until after second grade when she and two of her sisters moved to Boston with her mother, and the family…
 
Fears of a robot-driven jobs apocalypse are a recurring theme in the media. But a new report from MIT has found that technology is creating as many jobs as it destroys, and bad policy is a bigger threat to workers than automation. Ever since a landmark 2013 paper from the University of Oxford estimated that 47 percent of US jobs were at risk of aut…
 
Frank and Gilbert are joined by archivist Bob Furmanek, film critic Leonard Maltin and author-historian Ron Palumbo for a celebration of the 80th anniversary of Bud Abbott & Lou Costello's (1940) screen debut and an animated conversation about the lives and careers of one the most popular comedy teams of all time. Also in this episode: Groucho Marx…
 
When one of your earliest memories is of your grandfather playing at Carnegie Hall, it is hard work just to carve out a place for yourself in your own family. Our guest, Composer David Serkin Ludwig does his namesake proud. Once named by NPR Music as one of the world’s “Top 100 Composers Under Forty,” David’s choral work “The New Colossus,” opened …
 
The history of computer chips is a thrilling tale of extreme miniaturization. The smaller, the better is a trend that’s given birth to the digital world as we know it. So, why on earth would you want to reverse course and make chips a lot bigger? Well, while there’s no particularly good reason to have a chip the size of an iPad in an iPad, such a c…
 
Activists and artists continue fighting to awaken U.S. arts institutions to the foundational Blackness of Rock, EDM and Punk. The whitewashing of music and dance is a supremacist project throughout the Americas. Choreographers and instructors oftentimes ignore the West African traditions undergirding salsa, merengue, tango, and bachata.…
 
Scrolling through the comments on her article published in the online news platform Latino Rebels, Roosbelinda Cárdenas found a picture of herself alongside a lively discussion of her race. Non-Latinx white users weighed in, confident she did not meet their standards of whiteness. Others used their own genetics and apparent non-whiteness as evidenc…
 
If the book of nature is written in the language of mathematics, as Galileo once declared, the Covid-19 pandemic has brought that truth home for the world’s mathematicians, who have been galvanized by the rapid spread of the coronavirus. So far this year, they have been involved in everything from revealing how contagious the novel coronavirus is, …
 
Hemp — including smokable hemp — is legal in North Carolina. But that is only the case if the hemp does not contain more than trace amounts of THC, the main psychoactive compound in marijuana. Hemp and marijuana can be similar in appearance. Both contain some level of THC, though hemp’s concentration is much lower.…
 
A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eviction moratorium protects North Carolina tenants from evictions until the end of the year. Any tenant can provide their landlord with a declaration form that attests they are unable to pay their rent and at risk of homelessness.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
 
3D printing is making strides in the construction industry. In just a couple years we’ve seen the tech produce single-family homes in a day, entire communities of homes for people in need, large municipal buildings, and even an egg-shaped concept home for Mars (oh, and let’s not forget the 3D printed boats and cars of the world!). Another impressiv…
 
Known worldwide by her famous initials, DVF launched a fashion empire on the basis of a multi-million-selling wrap dress and went on to become a major force for empowering women. Hear unforgettable life lessons from the woman behind the DVF Awards that support female change-makers, the #InCharge campaign to connect women to each other, and the fund…
 
Joey and Amanda are reading through and answering a whole bunch of pregnancy questions submitted by all of you. They check in on how Amanda is feeling physically, emotionally and mentally as she dives into her own pregnancy journey thus far. Amanda gives advice for how she prepped and planned, explains what genetic testing is, and reveals what make…
 
Kirk Fox (@kirkfox) is a standup comedian, is a regular at the Comedy Store, and played Sewage Joe on Parks and Recreation. If you dig this podcast, would you be please leave a short review on Apple Podcasts? It’s takes less than 60 seconds and makes a difference when I drop to my knees and beg hard-to-get guests to come on the show. Listen to Nate…
 
What movie is the top of the list for a Buffalo-born, Durham-residing, grandchild-adoring talk show host? For host Frank Stasio’s grand “Movies on the Radio” finale, listeners have submitted their guesses. Is Frank a fan of car chases and cheap beer? Then it might be “Smokey and the Bandit.”By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
 
Fast-food chains have been doing what they can in recent years to health-ify their menus. For better or worse, burgers, fries, fried chicken, roast beef sandwiches, and the like will never go out of style—this is America, after all—but consumers are increasingly gravitating towards healthier options. One of those options is plant-based foods, and n…
 
Kari Jobe joins Sadie to share about her new album, The Blessing. Listen in as they have a heartfelt and honest conversation about overcoming fear and tormenting thoughts, parenthood, and the stories behind some of the songs on The Blessing. Kari Jobe is a Grammy-nominated worship leader, who has lead people into the presence of God all across the …
 
In September, 865,000 women left the workforce , according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Eighty percent of the people who stopped working or looking for work that month were women. It’s no coincidence that this large drop out happened around the same time that the fall semester began: data confirms that mothers disproportionately shoulder the …
 
Take a Jeopardy! guess: this body part was once referred to as the “consummation of all perfection as an instrument.” Answer: “What is the human hand?” Our hands are insanely complex feats of evolutionary engineering. Densely-packed sensors provide intricate and ultra-sensitive feelings of touch. Dozens of joints synergize to give us remarkable dex…
 
In this Podcast I chat to Adrian Shine who has dedicated his life to uncovering the mysteries of the Loch Ness Monster and other lake legends. He's also a naturalist and we speak about what could be living down there and some of the creatures that call the Loch home. News: Orcas Attacking Boats off Spain Adrians Website - https://www.lochnessprojec…
 
Executive producer Dyllan McGee and director Sara Wolitzky are the forces behind the new documentary, “Not Done,” a look at women’s leadership over the last five years and the new wave of the women’s movement. “Not Done” is a MAKERS film by Verizon Media and McGee Media, and is supported by P&G. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.ihea…
 
Chris Daughtry (Daughtry, American Idol) joins me this week to reflect on the evolution of his career from his break on American Idol, to topping Billboard after releasing the fastest selling debut rock album in history, to getting inspired by Ryan Reynolds to join the Masked Singer. Chris opens up on the attitude he had earlier in his career with …
 
When Hanan Shabaz z was a child in her grandmother’s Asheville home, she remembers their house as the one where those in need of a good meal would come to be freely fed. The experience was formative for her as she grew up and opened Shabazz Restaurant in the early 1970s. The restaurant was part of Asheville's thriving Black business scene in the hi…
 
There’s been plenty of hand-wringing about the potential for the Covid-19 pandemic to distract from the ongoing fight against climate change. But the latest data from the International Energy Agency (IEA) shows promising signs that a “green recovery” may be materializing. Right from the start of the crisis there were fears that the coronavirus woul…
 
Comedian, actor and master impressionist John Byner returns to the show to share hilarious anecdotes about James Cagney, Jerry Lewis, Groucho Marx, Ed Sullivan and Jackie Vernon (to name a few) and to talk about his recently-released memoir "Five Minutes Mr. Byner: a Lifetime of Laughter."Also, Jack Carter lashes out, George Jessel lawyers up, Joey…
 
Shan Boody is BACK, FAM! And she's here to teach Jeannie and YOU all about the art of confidence and flirting. Shan gets into the misconceptions around confidence, saying that it's not a choice, but a RESULT. She'll also breakdown how to get really good at flirting (and even giving Jeannie's brother, Dennis, some flirting advice), while reminding u…
 
Dr. Jay Storz researches the genetic and mechanistic basis of adaptive phenotypic evolution. His lab uses a highly interdisciplinary approach that integrates molecular population genetics, molecular evolution, comparative genomics, functional genomics, structural biology, protein biochemistry, and whole-animal physiology. Connect with Jay at jstorz…
 
Composer David Kirkland Garner’s music is borne of an obsessive urge to take things apart, separate out the fragments of color, emotion, rhythm, and then reassemble it in a way that reveals new meaning and relevance. Grappling with the legacies of everything from the intimidating dominance of Beethoven’s place in the canon, to the confusing shame a…
 
We continue the conversation with W. Earl Brown, Deadwood’s ‘Dan Dority’, to find out details including the personal story behind the famous eyeball fight scene, how Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains and ZZ Top are involved, why the award-winning HBO series by David Milch was abruptly cancelled, and how the movie came about, giving the story and it…
 
In celebration of painter Wayne Thiebaud's 100th birthday, we feature a conversation with the artist and with one of his most renowned students, Fritz Scholder. Thiebaud's paintings of pies, cupcakes, donuts, pinball machines and bowties - are some of the most vivid and well-known in American art. His San Francisco cityscapes are also rich in color…
 
If there is one thing a majority of Americans can agree on, it is that we do not have much trust in our federal government. Congress currently boasts an 19% approval rating and presidential approval has dropped steadily for decades, according to Gallup . Despite these trends, citizens continue rallying around elections with the dream that this time…
 
Every day, Americans travel on roads, bridges, and highways without considering the safety or reliability of these structures. Yet much of the transportation infrastructure in the US is outdated, deteriorating, and badly in need of repair. Of the 614,387 bridges in the US, for example, 39 percent are older than their designed lifetimes, while nearl…
 
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