Notes public
[search 0]
×
Best Notes podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Notes podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly, hour-long interview program featuring artists, historians, authors, curators and conservators. Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Sebastian Smee called The MAN Podcast “one of the great archives of the art of our time.” When the US chapter of the International Association of Art Critics gave host Tyler Green one of its inaugural awards for criticism in 2014, it included a special citation for The MAN Podcast.
 
Ben and Marina bring you real conversations and natural language to help you start speaking the Spanish you'll never find in a text book. With over 100 Spanish podcasts to their names with the popular Intermediate and Advanced series, the "Inspired Beginners" podcasts are for motivated learners who want to sound like pros! See notesinspanish.com for full details and the accompanying worksheets.
 
Sticky Notes is a classical music podcast for everyone, whether you are just getting interested in classical music for the first time, or if you've been listening to it and loving it all your life. Interviews with great artists, in depth looks at pieces in the repertoire, and both basic and deep dives into every era of music. Classical music is absolutely for everyone, so let's start listening!
 
Winner of the British Podcast Awards Best True Crime Podcast 2019, Case Notes investigates some of the darkest mysteries from the history of music. From the murderous composer Carlo Gesualdo to the intriguing story of Haydn’s missing head – this is true crime like you’ve never heard it before. Join us as we delve into long-forgotten archives to unearth rich new evidence from decades and even centuries ago. Brought to you by the award-winning Classic FM team.
 
Between the Liner Notes is an award winning documentary-style podcast about music, why it is the way it is and how it got to be that way. Each episode highlights a piece of lost, forgotten or obscured music history. This show is hosted by Matthew Billy and produced by the Goat Rodeo podcast network. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Having lived and worked in Spain for the last 7 years, Ben Curtis, and his Spanish wife Marina, bring you sound seeing tours, news, advice and travel secrets from one of the best countries in the world. See notesfromspain.com for an up-to-date blog and the entire Notes From Spain podcasting archive. Hasta Pronto!
 
Tape Notes is a podcast about the art and craft of music production. Hosted by John Kennedy, each episode reunites an artist and producer to talk about the highlights of their collaboration in the studio. Their conversations lift the lid on every stage of the creative process, from kindling the first spark of a song idea, through decisions on style and instrumentation, to finessing the final product. Full of fascinating anecdotes, the conversations also feature early demo versions and stems ...
 
You’ve got questions about sacred music? Here’s your chance to learn what the Church teaches and envisions for music in the sacred liturgy. Welcome to Square Notes: The Sacred Music Podcast with your hosts Peter Carter and Dr. Jennifer Donelson. We address topics of interest both to priests and liturgical musicians, as well as a general audience of Catholics interested in learning more about the Catholic Church’s teachings and treasury of sacred music. Our topics range from discussion of Chu ...
 
Directors Notes is an interview podcast dedicated to independent filmmaking in all its wondrous forms, lengths and styles. The show digs deep into the what, how and why of the world's best filmmaking in the only way that counts - by hearing directly from those talented individuals who have successfully taken their ideas from concept to screen.
 
Startup Notes is the hub for unique entrepreneurial insights. Every two weeks, we publish a podcast interview with an accomplished founder or venture capitalist from Europe. We talk about all things startup-related – from identifying an opportunity, finding investors, to growing and scaling a company from three people to an international operation with hundreds of employees.
 
A blizzard cripples an isolated stretch of US Highway where freezing to death would be a mercy. An antique broker holds the internet in the palm of his hand and learns what really brought the system down. In the forests of upstate Connecticut, a pair of college students visit the site of legendary hauntings. Welcome to the Vault. Phil Rossi, author and twisted mind behind Crescent, brings you a collection of stories that will take you on a terror-fueled ride from the cold abyss of space to y ...
 
Always Take Notes is a fortnightly podcast from London for and about writers and writing. Hosts Simon Akam and Rachel Lloyd speak to a diverse range of people in the industry on a variety of topics, from the mysteries of slush piles and per-word rates, to how data are changing the ways newspapers do business and how to pitch a book. patreon.com/alwaystakenotes
 
Smart Office Help Social Media Agency's Elizabeth Hall host Smart Social Notes Podcast. Providing educational social media content as well as tips, tools resources to grow your online social media voice. View show notes at http://smartofficehelp.com/category/podcast-episodes/ Growing Social Networks Through Interactions, Goodwill & Positive Communications
 
One of the earliest polished examples of existential literature, Notes from the Underground follows the life of a recluse and depicts his antagonistic attitude toward society. Written in two parts with a first person narration, the novella explores various themes expressing the misleading notion of rationalism and utopianism, existentialism, alienation and human inaction. The psychological novel begins with a monologue in which the protagonist introduces and characterizes himself. Referred t ...
 
There is a method to the magic in the way Qool DJ Marv presents and plays music. He tunes into the atmosphere of the venue and the energy of the people, and then he blends what he sees with what he hears. Intertwining many styles for many faces from many places, Qool DJ Marv captivates you with his blend. The fluid flow and continuously ascending momentum of his wide-ranging sets is inviting, hypnotic, and breathtaking. Qool DJ Marv crafts an unforgettable feel good, get down party where eve ...
 
Progress Notes: Keeping Tabs on the Practice of Psychology is a podcast produced by the APA Practice Organization. Episodes cover a range of topics that affect practicing psychologists, including the financial and legal aspects of running a business. Listeners will also hear expert analysis on developments in health care policy along with stories that highlight the work of fellow psychologists. The Practice Organization is a legally separate companion organization to the American Psychologic ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Dalia Stasevska is a wonderful conductor whose career has skyrocketed in the past few years. She is the Principal Guest Conductor of the BBC Symphony and is the incoming Chief Conductor of the Lahti Symphony in Finland. We had a really great talk about getting into music, learning conducting from two legends in the field, Jorma Panula and Leif Sege…
 
In the third part of our Brief History of Poland series, Notes from Poland editor-at-large Stanley Bill looks at the establishment and development of the Jagiellonian dynasty - covering the period between 1370 and 1505. He examines the beginnings of the Polish-Lithuanian union, the addition of Royal Prussia and the Baltic port of Danzig, the growin…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Books Neil recommends reading: The Fear Book: Facing Fear Once and for All by Cheri Huber Be the Person You Want to Find: Relationship and Self-Discovery by Cheri Huber Facing Codependence: What It Is, Where It Comes from, How It Sabotages Our Lives by Pia Mellody Facing Love Addiction: Giving Yourself the Power to Chang…
 
Episode No. 456 features museum director Trevor Schoonmaker and art historian Sarah Beetham. Schoonmaker, the director of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, joins host Tyler Green to discuss how art museums engage America's history. The Nasher, of which Schoonmaker was the chief curator before becoming director earlier this year, is a sec…
 
In this episode, John catches up with Rina Sawayama and producer Clarence Clarity to talk about how they wrote, recorded and produced Rina’s debut album ‘Sawayama’. Diving deep into the almost 100 track sessions, Rina and Clarence reflect on how the album took shape, from writing demos in Rina’s bedroom to spending months in an LA studio. We hear t…
 
Last summer I was helping teach a geology field camp near Dillon. On our way back to the Birch Creek Outdoor Education Center each day, after long hours in the August sun spent identifying and mapping incredible exposures of rock, we would drive past a few crumbling cabins beneath an unweathered cliff face footed by large piles of scree. This was o…
 
Rachel and Simon speak with the author Anne Enright. Anne has written two collections of stories, one book of non-fiction and six novels. “The Gathering”, which was published in 2007, won the Booker Prize; Anne has also received the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction and the Kerry Group Irish Fiction Award. In 2015 she was appointed th…
 
Today we talk about a problem that Charles is having with a potential contractor. Charles shares the backstory of the problem and what he thinks might be wrong, and then Joe offers some advice from his experience on the other side of the table as a contractor. Mailing List Every month there are more great articles and content about the business of …
 
In this episode, Soren interviews veteran game developer Jon Ingold, who co-founded inkle and is best known for his work in interactive fiction, including All Roads, 80 Days, and the Sorcery! series. They discuss how to get the player to trust the designer, why pursuing fairness can take away what is special about a game, and whether packing should…
 
On episode thirty three of Holy Ghost Notes, Matt and Tim bring on their old friend, Jonathan Thomas (Ascend the Hill, Civilian, and more). After catching up a little bit, Jonathan talks about his drum journey, his meant-to-be story of joining Ascend the Hill, and opens up about a condition that he's struggled with for many years. Between the laugh…
 
Qool Marv Live At Soho House 7 14 2020 - Only Way Out Is Throughhttps://djqoolmarvsounds.podomatic.com/ + https://www.mixcloud.com/qooldjmarv/ + https://www.facebook.com/QoolMarv/ + https://www.instagram.com/qooldjmarv/ + https://www.sohohouseny.com/
 
Listen in on a sermon given last summer at Silverstream Priory in County Meath, Ireland, by the founding prior of the priory, Dom Mark Kirby, OSB, a priest-monk and musician. Check out the Priory's website at https://www.cenacleosb.org. As we conclude season 2, we'd like to thank you for listening! Please consider taking a moment to rate us on iTun…
 
Beethoven once said, “No one can love the country as much as I do. For surely woods, trees, and rocks produce the echo which man desires to hear.” Beethoven poured these sentiments into his 6th symphony, one of his most beloved and vividly orchestrated works. But in terms of composition, he actually used a lot of the same techniques he employed in …
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Competitiveness runs in Maurice’s family, his older brother is a 3x world champion kickboxer and his sister is a 6x world champion boxer “The family was a pretty driven bunch” – Maurice Ashley Chess is a lot like any other sport: You watch films of how other players play, identify their strengths and weaknesses, and try …
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Balaji is optimistic about the technological change in biomedicine because of COVID Telemedicine is being pushed forward, people have started to talk more about genetic testing, and have started to look at death as a disease Starting a new city would require a lot of land, but starting a cloud city would be much easier T…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Stephen’s mission: “Heal the people, empower our farmers, and support the regeneration of the Earth” In the recent decade, cannabis has been made more legal and accessible for medical and recreational usage “We are now part of the resurgence, the renaissance of this ancient crop” – Stephen Smith Hemp can be used in biopl…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Although Andrew dropped out of the race, he’s grateful that the idea of UBI has gone mainstream and is now being taken more seriously “Hopefully we’ll see universal basic income implemented in the US sooner rather than later and I do feel like my campaign played a role” – Andrew Yang “We have to face the facts that 42% o…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways When taking risks, avoid risks of ruin In other words: Take all the risks you want today, but make sure you’re around for tomorrow Collective risk doesn’t scale linearly from individual risk, if one person doesn’t wear a mask and they have COVID, they can put the lives of many others at risk “It’s just like wearing a mas…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “Do the advances really reflect the quarter of a trillion dollars we’ve invested in research?” – Dr. Azra Raza We have spent a lot of money and made limited progress but by any objective metric the return on investment in cancer research has been paltry – it’s time to try something else We have falsely become convinced o…
 
I had the great pleasure of speaking with my friend Yundu Wang about her doctoral thesis exploring the connections between language and music. This research gets into thorny questions about the relationship between national origin and the way we interpret music, and also into questions of identity, stereotyping, and prejudice. I find this research …
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Sleep is crucial: It rebuilds and repairs your body In one study, one group slept 5.5 hours while another slept 8.5 hours, the results? “The five and a half hour sleepers had 60% less muscle mass at the end of the study. Those who sleep eight and a half hours…had 40% more muscle mass” – Sal Di Stefano One night of poor s…
 
Tax Notes contributing editor Robert Goulder talks with Steven A. Dean, faculty director of New York University School of Law’s graduate tax program, about the intersection of racial diversity and U.S. international tax policy. For additional coverage, read Dean's piece in Tax Notes: FATCA, the U.S. Congressional Black Caucus, and the OECD Blacklis…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways In his 30s, Brad worked so much that his wife nearly left him. He had two realizations from that incident: His words weren’t matching his actions (he told his wife she was the most important person in her life yet he was taking work calls when the two of them were hanging out) He needed to spend more time with his wife s…
 
Episode No. 455 features curator Ilona Katzew and artist Lava Thomas. Katzew is the department head and curator of Latin American Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. She joins host Tyler Green to discuss how she tries to do her work, especially investigation, research, and acquisition, at a time when the pandemic is challenging researchers…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Having high cholesterol isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it can be. To stay on the healthy side: Have high levels of oleic acid compared to linoleic acid Make sure you’re getting Vitamin E Limit your glycemic variability Make sure you’re exercising Make sure you’re getting your Omega 3 fatty acids What to do about caff…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways We don’t know how effective masks are at preventing the spread of COVID, but we know it’s more effective than wearing nothing “We’re still taking this thing real seriously, I’m still wearing a mask around public places and I think people should. It’s a responsible thing to do” – Ben Shapiro Boost your immune system to de…
 
In this episode, John catches up with Obaro Ejimiwe, A.K.A Ghostpoet, along with engineer and mixer Shuta Shinoda to talk through how they wrote, recorded and produced his latest album, ‘I Grow Tired But Dare Not Fall Asleep’. Recorded at the start of lockdown before the album was actually released, Obaro and Shuta shed light on their creative rela…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways GPT-3 is a new tool from OpenAI. The acronym stands for Generative Pretrained Transformer. “We’ve probably reached an inflection point in the progress of artificial intelligence”– Tinkered Thinker “The ramifications for how this advance might rattle through society seem ubiquitous. Language is the fabric of society. Our …
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Life isn’t fair, some people start with advantages while others start disadvantaged “I think most people are very soft for lack of a better term…they let the first kind of challenge beat them down” – Ed Latimore A lot of people give up because things are tough, but that’s the point. In order to become stronger, you need …
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways People like to stay busy so they often say yes to everything Instead, say no to almost anything. Use the Hell Yeah rule: If an activity doesn’t feel like a hell yes for you, then don’t take it. “Strategically, it’s better to do 5 bigs things with your life instead of 500 half-assed things” – Derek Sivers However, don’t u…
 
Today we catch up with Charles and talk about the results of his recent advertising campaign. We talk about how it was organized, the results, and how the results of this advertising campaign compare to his campaign from this Spring. We also discuss the fine line you have to walk when advertising in the midst of a global pandemic. Release Notes Hap…
 
Podcast Notes Ketone metabolic therapy (AKA Therapeutic Ketosis) disrupt tumor growth and proliferation which weakens the tumor Ketone bodies are not a good source of fuel for cancer cells A lower glucose-ketone index (ideally, 1 or 2) sets the stage to slow tumor growth and proliferation “If you reduce glucose availability, inhibit insulin – you’r…
 
Mahan Esfahani is a world-renowned harpsichordist who has said that it is his mission to rehabilitate the harpsichord as an instrument for modern audiences. In this conversation, we talked about Beethoven, playing modern music on the harpsichord, and nearly starting a riot over the music of Steve Reich! We also discussed the battles WITHIN the earl…
 
Podcast Notes Ketones and ketone bodies protect against viral infection through several modalities Ketones inhibit glycolysis which can slow or stop virus growth and replication Controlling inflammation is a key component to protect against infections Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.org A group of respected scientists in the ketone space publish…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways How Will You Measure Your Life? by Clayton M. Christensen “I recommend it to anyone who’s starting off in their career, in the middle of their career, if they have kids, it’s relevant for almost everyone because it will make you stop and think about where you spend your time, how you spend your time, and why you do it” –…
 
Tax Notes reporter Carolina Vargas interviews Tax Notes State contributing editor Roxanne Bland about the emerging trend among some states to tax digital advertising. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: D.C. Council Passes Digital Ad Tax in First Budget Vote Digital Advertising Taxes Trigger Foreign Commerce Clause Concerns M…
 
Episode No. 454 features art historian Diane Waggoner and curator and historian Paul Farber. Waggoner is the author of "Lewis Carroll's Photography and Modern Childhood" which is new from Princeton University Press. The book examines how Carroll's photographs of children helped inform changing English ideas about childhood during the Victorian era.…
 
Albert Camus once wrote: “when I describe what the catastrophe of man looks like, music comes into my mind—the music of Gustav Mahler.” The last movement of Mahler 6 is a symphony within a symphony. It is a difficult movement to understand, and even the way it ends is full of the emotional complexity that marks Mahler’s music. I'll take you through…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways People who constantly act like jerks are generally under constant time-pressure, are competitive in a zero-sum sense, sleep-deprived, and hang around other jerks Keep people in your life who love you and won’t hesitate to tell you when you’re acting like a jerk There’s a difference between people who are harsh on you bec…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “The COVID pandemic has shown us, quite starkly, that we have not been doing enough innovation. We’ve not been developing enough vaccines” – Matt Ridley “We’ve hardly scraped the surface of different ways of combining and recombining the atoms and elements of the world” – Matt Ridley “Unfortunately in 2020, the economist…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways There are 4 main environmental toxins: Pesticides used in agriculture Flame retardants used in furniture, electronics Bisphenols used in aluminum cans and thermal paper receipts Phthalates used in cosmetics, personal care products and food packaging A thyroid disruption in a pregnant mother can pass through the placenta …
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Books recommendations are a lot more difficult than people think, there’s no one size fits all answer “My favorite book might be one that put you to sleep and the book that changed my life might be the book you couldn’t get through chapter three on” – Anne Bogel When you recommend someone a book they didn’t ask for, it’s…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2020 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login