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With the success of his hit podcast, An Oral History of The Office, podcast host extraordinaire Brian Baumgartner (AKA Kevin Malone) is taking you even deeper inside the show, releasing his full-length, in-depth conversations with the cast and crew of The Office. Every week, Brian will sit down with one of his old pals and coworkers to talk about their best job ever: The Office. They’ll laugh, cry, and crack plenty of inappropriate jokes as they discuss the inner workings of the show, their ...
 
NAMM’s resident Music Historian Dan Del Fiorentino and co-hosts Michael Mullens, and Ashley Allison examine the innovative creations, evolution of musical instruments, the changing world of music retail, music industry icons, and other topics covered in NAMM’s Oral History program. The NAMM Oral History program boasts over 4,500 interviews and is continually growing. For more information about NAMM’s Oral History program please visit https://www.namm.org/library.
 
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'Portable Oral History' by Jonathan Kempster. My guest walks with me, describing places and events that shaped their journey. Listen on SoundCloud at https://soundcloud.com/jonathan_kempster "...plenty of time and plenty of tape and few questions", (pioneering oral historian George Ewart Evans, 1909-1988). Hear the master at work in the British Library Sound Archive [https://sounds.bl.uk/Oral-history/George-Ewart-Evans-collection].
 
This audio drama invites your ears to visit Slumberland, a small island town in the US. Come along with Thomas Edward M, the freelance soundman. He's been hired to meet the locals and record their oral histories for the town's time capsule. The unfolding history of the town mixes folklore, paranormal, mystery and humor.
 
Country Queers is a podcast featuring oral history interviews with rural and small-town LGBTQIA2S+ folks. We uplift often unheard stories of rural queer experiences across intersecting layers of identity including race, class, gender identity, age, religion, and occupation. Produced by and for country queers all over, we hope these stories help add more complexity to conversations and ideas about rural spaces and queer communities.
 
Prominent and distinguished Computer Scientists from academia and industry narrate their personal experiences of immigrating from where they grew up, to a completely different land (often the US), for study, work, or other reasons. The Immigrant Computer Scientists podcast, featuring these oral history interviews, is intended for a general audience, and does not require you to know Computer Science or Math or any science, or even be an immigrant! We neither draw conclusions nor take sides in ...
 
Legendary drag queens Delta Work and Raja bring a lifetime of drag experience to the podcast world to talk about beauty, culture, and unforgettable moments from their club days. This one-of-a-kind oral archive of Drag History will be pored over for years to come. Just like one of those late 90’s nights in the back room of Peanuts on Santa Monica Blvd, yeah girl, it’s… Very That! Produced by Forever Dog and Moguls of Media.
 
Boe Spearim is a Gamilaraay & Kooma radio host and podcaster who lives in Brisbane. Frontier War Stories - a podcast dedicated to truth-telling about a side of Australian that has been left out of the history books. Each episode Boe will speak with different Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people about research, books and oral histories which document the first 140 years of conflict and resistance. These times are the Frontier Wars and these are our War Stories.
 
An oral history of Caveh Zahedi by Caveh Zahedi. One story per day, every day of 2021. Produced by Leon Neyfakh for Prologue Projects. Music By Evan Ziporyn. Engineering by Maxwell Di Paolo, with additional engineering by Ross Burlingame, Sam Brodsky, Maxwell Drexler, Robert Gordon, Wade Haesemeyer, Charlie O’Brien, Joseph Petrini, and Chien-Yu Wang. Artwork by August Polite. Cover design by Teddy Blanks. Music for episodes #1-#125 by Sarah Kershaw. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt- ...
 
Hear book talks, conversations, special presentations, stories about the happenings in the library, the Labs, and Washington, DC, and much more! This show is recorded from the Labs Recording Studio at the historic, modernized, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in downtown Washington, D.C. This podcast was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Episode transcripts may be requested by emailing labs.dcpl@dc.gov, please include the episode name and date in y ...
 
Voices of Oklahoma.com is dedicated to the preservation of the oral history of Oklahoma. Voices and stories of famous Oklahomans and ordinary citizens are captured forever in their own words. Oil and gas, ranching, politics, education and more are all visited in these far-ranging interviews. Students researching any of these areas can listen to first-person accounts of the way life was and draw from knowledge that may guide and shape their future. In addition to students, any visitor will fe ...
 
The Oregon Wine History Archive at Linfield University was created to collect, preserve, share, and continue the narrative of Oregon wine. The growth of the Oregon wine industry extends from the farmers and winemakers to the marketers, scientists, innovators, and dreamers of the enterprise — all of whom are vital to the industry’s success. It is our aim to link the past, present, and future of the industry in hopes of sharing the story of Oregon wine. Some oral history interviews are conduct ...
 
A new podcast series about the people who built the rainbow, created space and held their own! Discover the artists and activists, performers and politicians and the pivotal moments that impacted how Queers live today. Featuring: Greg Malone of CBC's CODCO, Jane Rule with Linda Morra (PhD), Sex Garage, Small Town Prides, Hot Chocolate by Claudy Philius, author and AIDS historian Sarah Schulman, ACT UP MTL founders Blane Charles and Michael Hendricks, Montreal's 'Park of Hope' AIDS memorial, ...
 
A weekly podcast: Join Dave Pickering on his journey to get better acquainted with the people he knows. Part interview show, part oral history project and part autobiography through conversation. British Podcast Award 2017 winner (bronze in Best Interview category) GBA was nominated for a 2012 Radio Production Award, aired for 3 seasons on Resonance 104.4 FM and was featured on BBC Radio 4's In Pod We Trust, BBC Radio 5 Live’s Helen and Olly's Required Listening and has been recommended by T ...
 
This is Vagrant Records: 25 Years On The Streets, where we tell the oral history of the label by the artists, fans and insiders. Vagrant had a lasting impact on the world of music and this is the story as told by the people who lived it. Hosted by Matt Pryor of The Get Up Kids. Produced by Jesse Cannon. Executive Produced by Fred Feldman & Andrew Ellis
 
Welcome to WarDocs! This is a podcast developed and hosted by 3 Army surgeons, Doug, Wayne and Kevin who all possess a passion to preserve the oral history of Military Medicine and get the stories of these healthcare heroes to the podcast community. We will take a behind the scenes look into unique opportunities and experiences told firsthand from current and former military physicians and provide interesting and informative content about the mission, history, contributions, and achievements ...
 
This is a series of recordings that took place at the Lee County Public Library between a group of Senior Citizens, twice a month (second and fourth Tuesdays of the month), regarding our towns histories and cultures. This meeting started in April 2017 and is still continuing today! So come on out and lets talk about our community and its origins!
 
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Kicker Mark Moseley discusses kicking under pressure and some of his legendary field goals with the Washington Redskins. He also shares about his incredible NFL journey, going from a man calling teams for a tryout to becoming the only full-time placekicker to win the NFL’s Most Valuable Player Award. Learn more about The Game Before the Money at ht…
 
This oral history interview is with Gabi Vignes. During her interview, she discussed her education in Chile and France studying Viticulture and Enology. Gabi described her travels working harvests in New Zealand, Napa Valley, and Australia. From these harvests, she discovered a love for Pinot Noir and cool climate varieties, which naturally led her…
 
In this episode you will hear Dr. Sears describe how Navy Medical Personnel are able to provide quality medical care while at sea, often with limited resources and direct support. She provides some examples of challenging cases she faced as a General Medical Officer aboard the USS McKee. Dr. Sears explains why sub-specialty surgeons such as herself…
 
Karl-Heinz served in the Bundesmarine as a Signalman on the West German destroyer "Hamburg" in the late 70s. He talks of his training, his role and shares details of manoeuvres in the North Sea and Baltics involving East German and Soviet ships. He also speaks about a cruise to West Africa where the sailors were briefed to stay away from any East G…
 
Jing Tsu’s new book, “Kingdom of Characters,” is about the long and concerted efforts of linguists, activists and others to adapt Chinese writing to the modern world, so that it could be used in everything from typewriters and telegraphs to artificial intelligence and automation. On this week’s podcast, Tsu talks about that revolution, from its roo…
 
Vyzygoth reads excerpts from Leonard Peikoff's 1982 book, The Ominous Parallels.He released it in 2012. This episode contains excerpts from chapter two of the book. For those of you that have listened to the We Are What We Hated series, you'll remember that Vyz referred to this book throughout. Hopefully, now you can see why.Intro: Escape to X - Ze…
 
In this episode, we're exploring what it means to be an Oklahoma author by highlighting interviews from our Deep Roots: Oklahoma Authors project. View the show notes here. Windswept by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4629-windswept License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Peace of Mind by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://…
 
We’re auctioning off movies again, this time with a fresh slate for 2022. Chris Ryan joins Sean and Amanda to discuss the new ‘Scream’ sequel (1:00), before revisiting their 2021 draft auction results (16:00), and digging into a new round of competitive auctioneering (22:00). Hosts: Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins Guest: Chris Ryan Producer: Bobb…
 
This is Vagrant Records: 25 Years On The Streets, where we tell the oral history of the label by the artists, fans, and insiders. In this episode, we will tell the story of The Hold Steady & Rocket From The Crypt featuring interviews with John Reis and Craig Finn. Hosted by Matt Pryor of The Get Up Kids. Produced by Jesse Cannon. Executive Produced…
 
Join the Music History Project team as we explore some fascinating facts about the ukulele! While reviewing NAMM’s interview of Robert Yates, we are provided insight into the instruments interesting history as well as the making of the ukulele. Mr. Yates, known as Uncle Uke, provides a wonderful look at the uke’s background and he even plays for us…
 
In 2020, an Alabaman vet (allegedly) injured a 21-year-old cat named Mimi. She sustained severe injuries but survived. As of this moment, this case is still not resolved. Do you think Mimi will get her justice? Handmade crochet dog and cat toys are now available on VSF's site, www.thevoicelessspeakforever.com. Please check it out and get your very …
 
Sean and Amanda discuss Joel Coen’s ‘The Tragedy of Macbeth,’ the latest Shakespeare adaptation, which stars Denzel Washington and is the director’s first without his brother, Ethan. They talk about how the story has been updated, and how it hasn’t (1:00), where it stands in the awards race (33:00), and how it stacks up in the Coen brothers filmogr…
 
They say two Brians are better than one… Brian [Baumgartner] sits down with The Office boom operator Brian [Wittle] to talk about the soothing sounds of the show, the uncomfortable positions it took to get those sounds, and Brian Wittle’s namesake character with a bad rap for meddling in true love. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.ih…
 
View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Episode Description: Karl Deisseroth is a world-renowned clinical psychiatrist, neuroscientist, and author of Projections: A Story of Human Emotions. In the episode, Karl explains his unique career path that led to the development of optogenetics—a revolutionary …
 
Delta and Raja are in a mood as they talk about their weeks have gone. Delta sounds off on some of her favorite hangs in Texas while going through the Annals. Raja tells us about the time she ran into Kesha and TSA. And Delta and Raja get nostalgic during this episode "See Something." Listen to Very That Ad-Free AND One Day Early on Forever Dog Plu…
 
This week, Matt and Kevin wrap up Season 5 of the show by looking back at the Disney year that was, including theme parks, Disney+, resorts, and more! It's a new year and with every new year comes new opportunities to spy on your old year's data. Smash data miners, cancel culture vultures, and privacy violators by signing on with our friends at pri…
 
Dr. Krueger currently serves as the Commanding General of the Army Atlantic Regional Health Command In this episode you will hear about how Dr. Krueger utilized her Public Health education to assist the healthcare mission in Afghanistan in 2003. She shares some stories from her time at Fort Bragg as the Residency Director for Family Medicine taking…
 
After service in the US Army during the Vietnam War Bob Wallace was recruited into the CIA. In the CIA his initial assignments were as a field case officer. He rose through the ranks at the agency and was Chief of Station in three locations where he directed the full range of CIA activities. In 1995 Bob became deputy director of the Office of Techn…
 
Chapters Three and FourGordon Comstock of Rejected Knowledge creates and reads an audiobook version of George Seldes' 1938 book, Lords of the Press.This episode contains chapters three and four. Find LOTP episodes and other series under the Pages section on the right. Listen below or download it here.LOTP02 - Lords of the Press series: Chapters 3 a…
 
The writer and editor Robert Gottlieb does double duty on this week’s podcast. He talks about the life and career of Sinclair Lewis, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of “Babbitt,” Lewis’s best-selling novel about the narrow-mindedness and conformity of middle-class America in the first half of the 20th century. But first, he talks about his…
 
A surprising SAG Awards nomination has got Sean and Amanda thinking about Bradley Cooper’s unusual path to superstardom. In this episode, they discuss the rest of the surprises and snubs of the nominations (5:00), the incredible legacy of the late Sidney Poitier (1:00), and then finally build a hall of fame for Cooper on the eve of a potential nint…
 
A virtual meeting via computer webcam reunites Thomas and his nemesis Delfina Del Becha. Delfina's decided it's time for Thomas to record her final additions to the Secret Oral History of the Del Bechas. For more info please contact slumberlandpodcast at outlook dot com Written, recorded and performed by Tom Mansell Delfina Del Becha performed by K…
 
This week, Matt and Kevin dive into the nostalgia of 80s and 90s sitcoms with an exploration of the origin, evolution, and fade of ABC's Friday night TV block, TGIF. All of these huggable comedies were smashed together, given a theme song and hosts! Before we forget, it's never too late to protect your personal information from identity thieves and…
 
Season 3 starts off with the tragic death of Jenny, a golden retriever pup. With the help from The Last Resort Animal Rescue, the police were able to find Jenny's killer. But why did the killer do it? Listen to this week's episode to hear why. Handmade crochet dog and cat toys are now available on VSF's site, www.thevoicelessspeakforever.com. Pleas…
 
Randy A. Foutch fits the bill as an entrepreneurial oilman. Born in Oklahoma and raised in Texas, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Geology at the University of Texas and a Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering at the University of Houston. His success as an oil and gas executive began with forming privately held companies. Foutch founded Lar…
 
In the New Zealand Society of Authors Summer Encore Series, well known NZSA authors introduce you to some of their favourite episodes from the NZSA podcast.This week, Graci Kim, author of the instant US bestseller, 'The Last Fallen Star' (A Gifted Clans Novel 1), introduces you to her favourite episode: the panel discussion ‘Making it in the intern…
 
In episode twenty-eight of Frontier War Stories Boe yarns with former Australian politician, archivist and local historian Michael Organ. Lieutenant James Cook, Admiral (First Governor) Arthur Phillip and Major General (Fifth Governor) Lachlan Macquarie are celebrated by many Australians but not all Aboriginal people share the same feeling for thes…
 
Episode 20: What was CS like in 1970s and 80s, around the world? The answers might surprise you! Stories of studying and working CS in: Europe (Yugoslavia), South America (Brazil), Africa (Egypt) in the 1970s and early 1980s. Featuring prominent immigrant Computer Scientists: Dejan Milojicic, Rico Malvar, Amr El Abbadi.…
 
Did you ever wonder where Dwight’s mustard shirts, Pam’s cardigans, or Jim’s three-hole-punch costume came from? This week, costume designer extraordinaire Carey Bennett is ready to share it all. She and Brian dive into the intricacies of The Office costume design - from the show’s unfashionable fashion to collaborations with Rainn Wilson to helpin…
 
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