show episodes
 
True Tales From Old Houses is a light-hearted, entertaining, and educational show for lovers of old houses and buildings, DIYers, history buffs, and restoration and preservation junkies. Available bi-weekly, host Stacy Grinsfelder shares personal project updates, listener Q & A, and interviews with engaging old house owners, restoration professionals, and craftspeople.
 
Award-winning broadcaster and educator Alvin Hall hits the road alongside activist and social justice trainer Janée Woods Weber. They drive from Detroit to New Orleans, collecting powerful, personal testimony about how Black Americans used the historic travel guide The Negro Motorist's Green Book during the height of segregation as a vital resource to quell fears, find safe havens, and travel with dignity. As he drives the Green Book, Alvin unearths both inspiring and heartbreaking tales tha ...
 
The Saving Delaware History podcast explores the fascinating facets of Delaware history. Each episode covers a location, project, or research by the HCA including origins of the endeavor, interviews with experts, and its largest impacts. Delaware’s Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs continues its mission of preserving and interpreting Delaware history by providing the staff and funding for this podcast.
 
The Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, an Illinois not-for-profit organization, is committed to presenting the finest in international, cultural, community and educational programming to Chicago and to the continued restoration and preservation of the National Historic Landmark Auditorium Theatre.
 
Hear from some of the inspiring individuals who are shaping the field of preservation in the United States. Learn about their preservation philosophies, inspiration, and accomplishments. Episodes will touch on advocacy, laws and regulations, preservation planning, intangible aspects of historic preservation stewardship, and more. Explore why preservation matters to our podcast guests, how it can make a difference in improving the future quality of life for people in communities around the co ...
 
The National Park Service (NPS) Southwest Archeology Podcast explores archeological projects and historic preservation at NPS sites in the southwest. Get a behind-the-scenes view of how National Park Service archeology works through interviews with park staff, university researchers, and tribal partners. The show is produced by the Southern Arizona Office, and interviews include both NPS employees and partners.
 
Roots of American Music is a podcast from a Cleveland-based non-profit organization whose mission is to provide arts education, musical performances and playing opportunities for audiences and musicians of all ages, means and abilities while supporting the preservation of American music and its roots. This show examines our shared American experience - contemporary and historic - from a variety of perspectives and seeks to tell captivating stories of people, places and events with a focus on ...
 
U of M Radio on Your Historic Dial podcast features historic recordings from KUOM and WMMR — the original professional and student-run radio stations at the University of Minnesota. Digitization of University Archives recordings was financed in part with funds provided by the State of Minnesota from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the Minnesota Historical Society as part of the Preservation of Minnesota’s Radio History: An Audio Digital Conversion and Access Project. If you enjoy ...
 
Welcome to Duchess - the podcast where the Duchess of Rutland explores the historic homes of Great Britain, and meets the inspiring women who lead them today. Have you ever watched Bridgerton, The Crown or Downton Abbey and wondered what it's really like to be a Duchess? If so, this is the podcast for you. Stately homes are manors, palaces, and castles of great historic significance. They were built by the finest architects, adorned with the finest treasures and surrounded by breathtaking la ...
 
You Can’t Eat the Sunshine is the podcast of Esotouric, the offbeat Los Angeles company that turns the notion of guided bus tours on its ear. Each week, join Kim Cooper and Richard Schave on their Southern California adventures, as they visit with fascinating characters for wide-ranging interviews that reveal the myths, contradictions, inspirations and passions of the place. There’s never been a city quite like Los Angeles. Tune in if you’d like to find out why.
 
Historian Glen Kyle of the Northeast Georgia History Center and guests explore the historical context and significance of everything from pop culture to the little known stories of our past in this light-hearted and educational podcast.
 
Published in 1913, O Pioneers! is the first novel in Cather’s Great Plains trilogy and follows the life of its young heroine, Alexandra Bergson, as she fulfills her father’s dying wish to take care of his farm, while also ensuring her brothers are well looked after. Entrusted with a great responsibility, Alexandra is determined to fulfill her father’s wish, as she goes on to prove her skills as a thriving farmer even though the task comes with a hefty price on her happiness. In addition, the ...
 
Host Emily Soloby, Founder and CEO of Juno Jones Safety Shoes, interviews women working in non-traditional fields about their career paths.Covering topics such as balancing personal and work lives, issues they have encountered and how they have dealt with them, their biggest challenges, their biggest triumphs, advice for other women, and many other topics.
 
Sidewalk Radio Airs Every 4th Monday at 8:30 and 6:30pmHosted by Gene Kansas, Sidewalk Radio is a monthly, 20-minute, Special Feature radio show on Atlanta's "Voice of the Arts" that thematically focuses on art, architecture, design, development, city planning and preservation. If you like to hear smart, cool, colorful people talking about culture, character and community, you’ll probably dig it. So tune in to "the first radio show dedicated to the history and preservation of Atlanta" (Atlan ...
 
Hashem Montasser, Founder of the The Lighthouse Restaurant & Concept Store in Dubai Design District, is a raconteur who avidly follows the work of arts, culture, technology and, of course, food. In a series of conversations aimed at introducing its audience to the Middle East’s entrepreneurial landscape, Hashem asks his guests about their life journeys, inspirations, successes and failures and everything in-between. New episodes available every second Wednesday.
 
ఈ పోడ్కాస్ట్ సిరీస్‌లో చర్చలు, వార్తల సమీక్ష, మరియు మీడియా విమర్శని ప్రసారం చేస్తాం. ఆంధ్రప్రదేశ్, తెలంగాణ వార్తలకు ప్రాధాన్యత ఉంటుంది. మీ సలహాలు, తెలుగులొ మీరు వినాలి అనుకునె విషయాలు గురించిన వివరాలు మాకు తెలపాలి అనుకుంటె, hello@sunoindia.in (mailto:hello@sunoindia.in) కి email పెట్టండి. (Samacharam Sameeksha will bring to you news and views of all the latest developments from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The podcast will also analyse news coverage and bring in seldom heard perspectives an ...
 
Discussions about the many things in business that I deal with on a daily basis. Bringing insight from industry experts from all angles of the real estate community, the title insurance industry, development, real estate technology and all things business!
 
Archaeologyin30 is a podcast produced by the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) and hosted by Mike Thomin at the FPAN coordinating center located in downtown Pensacola, Florida. This 30 minute podcast includes interviews with archaeologists who discuss their work and how it relates to current issues and events. FPAN is a statewide organization and a program of the University of West Florida. FPAN's mission is to promote and facilitate the conservation, study and public understanding o ...
 
"Knowledge is knowing. Wisdom is applying!" -Buddha Detoxification, nutrition, fitness, spirituality... Through holistic teachings and wisdom from today's ambassadors for health, we can manifest our highest potential and deconstruct our current DEATH CULTURE! We are living in a war zone and need a global awakening! Join me Chris Hall as I interview the FOOT SOLDIERS of liberation with intuitive healers, detoxification specialists, authors, fasting experts, nutritionists, visionaries, scienti ...
 
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This week on the Practical Preservation Podcast we spoke with Matthew Metcalf of the Bucks County Community College Historic Preservation program, and Natalie Henshaw of the Campaign for Historic Trades and Preservation Maryland. Our discussion focused on workforce development in the historic trades, and how to bridge the labor gap in our industry.…
 
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Historic Savannah Foundation president Sue Adler joins the Wednesday episode of The Commute to talks about historic preservation in Savannah, expanding that outside of the historic district and programs that HSF is working on. Then, Savannah Morning News reporter Katie Nussbaum joins to disc…
 
May is National Historic Preservation Month and understanding the purpose is good for business and community. The National Trust for Historic Preservation led the charge in 1973 to establish this recognition and many groups across the country celebrate the theme. Locally, the city of Cape Girardeau and Old Town Cape are actively involved in promoti…
 
In this hour with Stephen Henderson, a discussion about how local, community-focused news organizations have adapted their outreach during the pandemic. Plus, Henderson continues his discussions with writers with The Atlantic magazine series Inheritance about race and history in the United States. This time Caleb Gayle hos the Tulsa Race Massacre o…
 
In this hour Stephen Henderson speaks with John U Bacon and Hilary Green about the news about the Yost Arena and other troubling stories coming out about the school's athletics department and a look at what Green is doing at the University of Alabama around recontextualizing that university's markers around slavery and Jim Crow.…
 
In this hour Congressman Andy Levin and Bryan Fenster talk about Michigan journalist Danny Fenster who has been detained in Myanmar for the last two weeks. Plus political writer and author Edward-Isaac Dovere on his new book which explores the post-Obama recalibration and rebirth of the Democratic Party.…
 
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems La Voz Latina editor and Do Savannah writer/photographer Adriana Iris Boatwright joins the Thursday Commute and "Savannah Voices" to talk about the changes she's witnessed in Savannah after living here for 25 years, what La Voz is doing to amplify the voices of the Latin community in town an…
 
This week on the Practical Preservation Podcast we spoke with Katia McGuirk of Moravian Pottery and Tileworks. Katia talked about the history of Moravian and how tile making technology has evolved to adapt to health standards and environmentally safe practices. We also discussed skilled workforce development and the need to inspire a new workforce …
 
As Illinois reopens, Chicago area artists Lori Lippitz of the Maxwell Street Klezmer Band, Lynne Jordan of Lynne Jordan and the Shivers, Juan Dies of Sones de Mexico and D2x reflect on what the last 15 months have been like, how the pandemic has shaped their music, and what they’re looking forward to as full capacity crowds come back.…
 
This week, we’re looking ahead to the start of a new 4-year archaeological excavation by Newcastle University and Historic England at Birdoswald Roman Fort in Cumbria. Joining us to reveal what is happening, where they will be excavating, and how you can see it for yourself, are Tony Wilmott, senior archaeologist at Historic England, and English He…
 
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems John Nwosu, a human developer and active school counselor, and the founder of Think D.I.F. a group that aims to help organizations learn, unlearn and become more equitable through diversity training and advocacy, joins the Tuesday episode of The Commute podcast to discuss the concept of crit…
 
For today's special field trip episode, Stacy travels to historic St. Joseph, Missouri, to visit John Rogers of Phoenix Preservation. Stacy and John chat about his path to the trades, what he wishes old house owners would stop doing, and the special camaraderie within the old house community. Also, Ashley Goldman and Stacy revisit a past listener q…
 
It is important to celebrate meaningful accomplishments. The city of Cape just released the updated hotel/motel/restaurant receipts report, and it tells an amazing story. The last two months of hotel/motel receipts are the second and third highest in history. And the last two months of restaurant receipts are the highest and second highest totals i…
 
Tracked throughout history and across geography, aerial images from the Cultural and Historic Resource Information System (CHRIS) display Delaware’s and the nation’s historic properties and developments as they evolved. Investigate this geographic information database with Jenifer Anderson-Reno, the Cultural Research Center Resource Manager from th…
 
In this hour Stephen Henderson explores the story and legacy of Sarah Elizabeth Ray, a Black woman in Detroit who in the 1940s forced integration of the city’s beloved Bob-Lo Boat, and paved the way for other civil rights milestones. Desiree Cooper and Aaron Schillinger join the show to talk about the efforts underway to better preserve her history…
 
In this hour Stephen Henderson talks with Dr. Rob Davidson, a west Michigan ER doctor, about the COVID-19 vaccination wall we’re hitting, and what physicians think needs to be done to move things in the right direction. Then, an important conversation about grief, and a new WDET podcast about mental health, especially as it has been experienced by …
 
In today’s episode, host Hashem Montasser, a collector of Middle East art, catches up with multi-disciplinary and award-winning Egyptian artist Maha Maamoun. Maha expands on how her series “Domestic Tourism” and “Cairoscapes” came about and shares the fascinating stories behind the composited photographs. Hashem and Maha discuss the importance of d…
 
Curious City’s Monica Eng investigates the origins of Chicago’s favorite spicy condiment: giardiniera. This humble jar of veggies packed in oil has roots in Sicily, and Monica tracks down at least two different Chicago families who believe they should be credited for the original recipe. Plus, what’s the right way to say it anyway?…
 
We’re joined by senior properties historian Paul Pattison and curator of collections and interiors Dickon Whitewood to get to know some of the real-life knights connected to English Heritage castles. Discover the stories of Hubert de Burgh at Dover Castle in Kent and Hadleigh Castle in Essex, John Lovell at Old Wardour Castle in Wiltshire and Thoma…
 
In this hour, Stephen Henderson speaks with U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow about “Make it in America" -- a package of bills to increase manufacturing in the U.S. to avoid some of the supply chain disruptions that have slowed the economy during the pandemic. Plus, author Jess McHugh on her new book, "Americanon" which takes a look at U.S. history thro…
 
In this hour, MI Attorney General Dana Nessel on the first exoneration her office has won for a Michigan prisoner, which happened through her office's Conviction Integrity Unit. Then a look at college athletes, and a new bill sponsored by Congressman Andy Levin that would make them school employees and allow them to unionize.…
 
బడి గంటలు విని ఎంత కాలం అయ్యింది ? School కి ఆలస్యం అవుతోందని ఆటో వచ్చింది పద పద మనే మాటలు గతం.మళ్ళీ ఆ రోజులు వస్తాయా? పిల్లల భవిత ఏమిటి? Covid దెబ్బకు మూతపడిన వాటిలో విద్యారంగం ఒకటి.లక్షల మంది విద్యార్థులు, టీచర్స్,ఇతర staff ఉన్న వ్యవస్థలో పేద ,దిగువ మధ్య తరగతి విద్యార్థుల కోసం స్కూల్స్ నడుపుతూ , స్టాఫ్ అందరినీ సమన్వయం చేస్తూ మంచి చదువును అందించే …
 
The First Regular Session of the 101 st General Assembly of the State of Missouri has ended and there are some changes coming that will affect the business community. After several years of efforts, the Wayfair bill passed. Missouri became the last of the 45 states with a state-level sales tax to enact a law requiring the collection of sales taxes …
 
A Harlem Renaissance activist, poetess, and teacher; one of the first desegregated schools in the US; and a major transition point in the Underground Railroad, all encircled within the bounds of the second smallest state. Review some of the many achievements of African Americans from Delaware with architectural historian Carlton Hall of the State H…
 
In this hour, Stephen Henderson dives into equity and diversity. First, from a national perspective with social impact economist William Cunningham, and then local authors Marlo Rencher and Marlin Williams joins to talk about their new book, Hard Reset, which is all about making diversity and equity the new normal.…
 
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