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A new podcast series brought to you by State Library of NSW, Create NSW and Essex Street Media. Series 1 of Portrait Detective dives into the collections of the State Library to discover the stories behind iconic portraits from 1817 to 1865. Join Margot Riley and Cassie Gilmartin as they journey back in time to discuss each portrait's significance and how they can help you learn more about your own photographs in your family history collection. For more, visit portraitdetective.com.au Credit ...
 
A unique look at race in America through the stories of artists, entrepreneurs, educators and culture creators. The series takes a provocative look at what it's really like to survive and thrive in a society that has been built without people of color in mind. Dr. Frank Mirabal’s experience as an artist, academic, political appointee, and cultural critic brings a unique aesthetic to the conversation.
 
Art, biography, history and identity collide in this podcast from the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Join Director Kim Sajet as she chats with artists, historians, and thought leaders about the big and small ways that portraits shape our world.
 
The Japan Sound Portrait podcast is a regular series by Nick Luscombe and Neil Cantwell dedicated to the sharing of the many and varied sounds from Japan - from field recordings of the countryside and the city, to music and interviews from well-known and emerging Japanese artists, as well as international artists with an interest in the subject. For more info about Japan Sound Portrait please visit http://japansoundportrait.tumblr.com/
 
Welcome to We Chat Divorce with Karen Chellew, Legal Liaison, and Catherine Shanahan, CDFA, co-founders of My Divorce Solution – the company that delivers the quintessential financial blueprint to couples facing or going through the divorce process. This blueprint known as The MDS Financial Portrait establishes the foundation and options an individual or couple would need to make clear financial decisions when considering divorce. In each podcast, Catherine and Karen sit down with divorce pr ...
 
The Abyssinian Syllabary spells out the history of Ethiopia in 33 vignettes of Ethiopian lives – each life corresponding to one of the main 33 symbols of the Abyssinian Syllabary or Abugida. ፨ Part historical fiction and part magic scroll, The Abyssinian Syllabary mixes fact and fiction to breathe a new life into the characters of the Ethiopian palimpsest. ፦ For more Aethiopica and for posters of the Abyssinian Syllabary and the characters, visit Uthiopia.com. Music (Atribution CC BY): NOW E ...
 
Portrait is the story of a disappearance…I think. It’s a mystery I stumbled on when I wasn’t supposed to be looking for it. Now I can’t stop looking. I'll share episodes once a week as this story develops. For an immersive experience, you can listen to the podcast in the Salomon Room at the NY Public Library, where the story takes place. Plus, you can see what I'm talking about by following me on Instagram: @maxisonthegram
 
I’m Jamie McLaren, a thirty-something dad to a rambunctious little girl, husband and son. I also host the Man Ting podcast. I am by no means an expert on manhood, but join me and the other men I talk to as we learn about its complexities together. Man Ting the podcast is an honest, relatable (hopefully) and sometimes light-hearted portrait of mine and other men’s journey through manhood. Because better men make better families. New episodes are released every two weeks. For more information, ...
 
Face-to-Face is a podcast series from the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. Listen to Face-to-Face portrait talks, interviews with artists, and lectures from the museum. Face-to-Face portrait talks occur every Thursday at 6pm, in the museum. For more, see the Face-to-Face blog at http://face2face.si.edu/ and the National Portrait Gallery's website at http://npg.si.edu/
 
Queerly Beloved ​is a new podcast series from Broadly. Co-hosted by Broadly editor Sarah Burke and Fran Tirado of the popular queer podcast Food 4 Thot, it’s a multifaceted portrait of LGBTQ chosen family—the people who help us figure out who we are and inspire us to live as our most authentic selves.
 
Self-Love Portrait Podcast is a show that gives you a deeper look into a female’s journey of self-love, acceptance, body-image and personal growth. Join me for honest conversations with inspiring women about self-care, healing and dealing with the challenges of life. You are not alone in this journey. This is where you discover that loving yourself is not a selfish act, but it’s actually the starting point of every healing journey. I invite you to listen, learn and be inspired to love yourse ...
 
Welcome to the Portrait of Knox Podcast! The podcast where I read The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde out loud every other week. Why am I doing this? To practice doing different voices so I can be a good DM for my friends when I run my D&D campaign! And because I've wanted to read this book for over six years now. I also provide a mid-episode segment I like to call "The Whiskey Corner" where I try local spirits and give my layman's take on them- however I include a sober episode option ...
 
Nathaniel Garcia is an artist, designer and videographer from Oakland, California. In 2017, Nathaniel Garcia began a project called Portrait of an American Woman which consists of portrait painting and video interviews. The full recorded interviews are posted weekly and are available on YouTube here: https://goo.gl/bEm8D9 The painted portraits are posted weekly and can be seen on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NathanielADV/ https://twitter.com/NateDestroyah https:/ ...
 
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Born into the tumultuous final days of the Roman Republic, Cato made a name for himself as an honest, humble, and dedicated politician. Cato fought against the tyranny of Julius Caesar. Though Cato was on the losing side, his character and conduct became legendary, especially amongst the Founding Fathers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
We are excited to share with you our conversation with Labour MP Ellie Reeves, who represents Lewisham West and Penge and is also Shadow Solicitor General. Episode notes In this episode of Portrait of a Londoner, Muna speaks with Ellie Reeves MP about politics and life in parliament, and how they impact the lives of Londoners. In this episode, we t…
 
Brian and I discuss the origins of the new DC Comics' CRIME SYNDICATE mini-series. We talk plots vs. scripts and why he feels there's an upside to using a plot in this collaborative medium, especially when giving artists choices. Finally, he reveals what he learned from Paul Levitz when it comes to writing and juggling the massive cast of The Legio…
 
Premium Members, click here to access this interview in the premium area. Nicky Peterkin Morong of www.peterkinfinancial.com is a certified financial planner at Peterkin Financial – where she is the owner and CEO. In this interview, Nicky shares how to set and achieve your financial goals as a professional photographer. I heard about Nicky from Pre…
 
Was Governor Bligh’s colonial regime brought to its knees by a fracas over his daughter’s undergarments? And how does this relate to a photograph of a fashionably dressed young woman taken in Parramatta in 1865? All will be revealed as Margot Riley and Cassie Gilmartin discuss the industrial advances of the 1860s and the huge impact these had on wo…
 
After the last episode's interview with Sarah (my one-and-only!), this week, I am talking to another husband and wife team - Terrie and Colin Jones from The Societies Of Photographers. I have been a very happy member of The Societies (when I joined it was still just The Society Of Wedding And Portrait Photographers - The SWPP) and so it so good to …
 
The fourth episode travels back to April 14th, 2020, with the recreation of Andy Warhol's Green Marilyn, a silkscreen portrait of Marilyn Monroe from 1962. This was Emily's first big experiment with make-up, the first new wig purchase, and evokes the spirits of Marilyn Monroe & Andy Warhol. See the Post - https://www.instagram.com/p/B-9vArdhq8V/ Se…
 
The recent mass shooting in Atlanta remind us of the deep divides that exist in our country. Naturally, given what we know about the case, we have to ask the question: "were the shootings racially motivated." Dr. Frank explores this question and gives insight to why we can't ignore the history of racism against Asian Americans in this country, the …
 
Nile Rodgers – guitarist, producer, songwriter, arranger, and co-founder of Chic in the 1970s – is the subject of what claims to be the world’s first voice-interactive digital portrait, In the Room with Nile Rodgers, in association with the National Portrait Gallery. Nile Rodgers and the project's director, Sarah Coward, discuss and explain the amb…
 
This is the second of Historically Thinking’s yearlong series on the the skills of historical thinking. In our first installment this year, which was Episode 196, we heard cognitive psychologist Daniel Willingham explain reading comprehension, without which none of the other skills really work. Today in the podcast's 200th episode we’re going to ta…
 
Introducing Capitaine Clochette, our twenty-first character in the Abyssinian Syllabary ፦ ዘ The Abyssinian Syllabary spells out the history of Ethiopia through a series of 33 biographical vignettes of emblematic Ethiopian lives – with each life corresponding to one of the main 33 symbols of the Abyssinian Syllabary – or Abugida. ፨ The Abyssinian Sy…
 
The ship is sailing again with Cousin Greg at the helm. Hear how Bobby finds out comedian Doug Stanhope plugs him on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, the future of the NFTP ship, and about the recent hate crimes against asian Americans. You can read more about Bobby and prison reform on the website: notesfromthepen.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/…
 
ANU plans to end neuroscience researchThe arts, humanities and sciences dance togetherCatastrophic scene as rainfall decreases on Norfolk IslandHow to fix a brain in 5 minutesAdelaide car factory becomes innovation precinctA guide to finding, identifying, collecting and preparing mushrooms for consumption…
 
This is the third of our conversations on the skills of historical thinking, and this time the subject is sourcing. It’s a term invented by Sam Wineburg–patron saint of this podcast, whom you can listen to in Episode 100, also talking about sourcing–and it refers to the act of identifying sources, contextualizing and assessing documents for bias, r…
 
Peggy Seeger has just released her latest album, The First Farewell, at the age of 85. She tells us about the pleasures of working on it with her family, her worries about the post-Covid music scene, getting older - and getting younger.Liverpool is about to take part in a pilot scheme testing live events. There will be an open-air film screening, a…
 
Katherine Parkinson is best known as an actress – she won a BAFTA playing Jen in The IT Crowd and warm praise for her performance on stage in Laura Wade’s play Home, I’m Darling. But she has also written a play, Sitting, an interwoven set of three monologues first performed at the Edinburgh Festival and now on BBC4 as part of BBC Lights Up. It is i…
 
In episode #39, host Brett Stanley chats with underwater director of photography Zac Macaulay. Zac’s career has taken him from assisting in his younger days to a sort after stills photographer shooting underwater commercials for large brands, and now a cinematographer working out of his base in Brighton, England. They chat about his start in the in…
 
Riz Ahmed stars in Sound of Metal as a rock drummer who loses his hearing. The actor and rapper discusses learning American sign language, working with culturally Deaf actors as well as learning about addiction for his Oscar nominated performance.So far, 2021 has seen a large number of novels with a climate change theme being published. Toby Lichti…
 
A year ago, the writer, poet and broadcaster Michael Rosen was rushed to hospital with Covid. Put into an induced coma in intensive care for 48 days, he underwent weeks of convalescence as he learned to walk again.Following his recovery he wrote a new book, Many Different Kinds of Love: A Story of Life, Death and the NHS, featuring letters written …
 
Introducing Arthur Rimbaud, our twentieth character in the Abyssinian Syllabary ፦ ዐ The Abyssinian Syllabary spells out the history of Ethiopia through a series of 33 biographical vignettes of emblematic Ethiopian lives – with each life corresponding to one of the main 33 symbols of the Abyssinian Syllabary – or Abugida. ፨ The Abyssinian Syllabary …
 
Economic arguments help win funds to restore shellfish reefsLife After Gravity - The story of Isaac Newton's decades in LondonOverlooked astronomer Vera Rubin showed existence of dark matterOverview effect offers reassurance in hard timesGreen parrots make a comeback on Norfolk Island
 
Tonight's Font Row is a blue odyssey led by John Wilson as he talks to:Dr Narayan Khandekar, Director of the Forbes Pigment Collection and one of the first people in the world to recognise the significance of the accidental creation of new pigment, YInMn Blue;Artist Idris Khan is known for the use of blue in his work. He accepted Front Row's invita…
 
This episode was created in 2020, and the alleged events took place years ago. In this one we hear Chino & GR Joe tell the Captain about the time they were kicked out of the prison dog program. The official reason? For slouching! The real reason? Well you'll just have to listen to find out. Originally we were hanging on to this episode as our Patre…
 
Minari tells the story of a Korean family who move to a farm in Arkansas in pursuit of the American Dream. The film’s director, Lee Isaac Chung, explains how his own family story inspired events in the film, and the impact Awards nominations have on his career as a director.Pianist and musicologist Samantha Ege has launched an album of piano music …
 
Francesca Specter shownotes Episode Summary We’re back with a new episode with Francesca Specter - podcaster, author, and journalist whose book Alonement was published in March 2021. Episode notes In this episode of Portrait of a Londoner, Catriona speaks with Francesca Specter who is passionate about helping others love the time they spend alone. …
 
Andrew Miller, the Government’s first Disability Champion for Arts and Culture, is stepping down after three years in the post. He discusses the challenges facing disabled people in the creative industries and his hopes for the future. Jenny Sealey is Artistic Director of deaf and disabled theatre company Graeae and Robert Softley Gale is Artistic …
 
Today's podcast is something we haven't done for a year, a conversation with another history podcaster. A year ago, just as the pandemic was beginning to ooze out over the globe, I talked with Michael Robinson, host of the great Time to Eat the Dogs. This week I talk with Daniel Gullotta, who hosts a podcast I’ve thoroughly enjoyed since it began, …
 
Novelist Nadifa Mohamed and translator Maureen Freely review the just-announced longlist for the International Booker Prize 2021.Author Joanne Harris talks to her Italian translator Laura Grandi, her collaborator of 22 years, about their special partnership.Plus writer and artist Khairani Barokka and Maureen Freely explore the question of how to ch…
 
On this episode of We Chat Divorce we welcomed Melissa A. Gragg, CVA, CFE, MAFF, CDFA, and owner of Bridge Valuation Partners. Melissa provides litigation support services and expert witness testimony for marital dissolution, owner disputes, commercial litigation, business interruption claims, personal damage calculations, lost profits, and persona…
 
At the age of 5, William Weeks was diagnosed with Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and was given a six months to live. Nevertheless faith, hope and a burning desire to live have seen him not just endure, but thrive. Today William is a much sought after speaker, musician and trainer who uses his gifts to help other overcome life's giants. On this epis…
 
Kevin Macdonald’s new film The Mauritanian is based on the true story of a prisoner held in Guantánamo Bay for 14 years but never charged. The French-Algerian actor Tahar Rahim, recently seen in the TV drama series The Serpent, discusses the challenges of playing Mohamedou Slahi, who was shackled, beaten and waterboarded by the US authorities.The L…
 
In this episode of the Portrait System Podcast, Nikki Closser speaks with Mark Mann about his incredible journey from being a young furniture photographer in Glasgow, Scotland, to becoming a photographer for some of the most influential people in the world such as Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Adam Driver and more. In this engaging conversation, Mark…
 
Premium Members, click here to access this interview in the premium area. Michael Puck of www.k9photo.org is a US-based German dog photographer who has a mission to artistically photograph one million Dogs by 2030 and showcase the benefits of the human-animal bond to prevent suffering and protect animal lives. His website lists his business as a pu…
 
James Johnson, the only survivor of the 1857 Dunbar shipwreck, was so fascinating to Sydneysiders that he was chased down the city’s streets. It was a tough time for this shy young man from Ireland who simply loved the sea. Margot and Cassie discuss the portrait that made him instantly recognisable, and discover how James ended his days in the colo…
 
For the most part, towns north of the Mason-Dixon line sustained a lot less damage during the Civil War than their counterparts down South. Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, though, may be the single most glaring exception. Jeb Stuart paid a visit in 1862 and was a fairly polite guest, as military occupiers go--even taking the time to sign the guestbook …
 
Introducing Munzinger Pasha, our nineteenth character in the Abyssinian Syllabary ፦ ወ The Abyssinian Syllabary spells out the history of Ethiopia through a series of 33 biographical vignettes of emblematic Ethiopian lives – with each life corresponding to one of the main 33 symbols of the Abyssinian Syllabary – or Abugida. ፨ The Abyssinian Syllabar…
 
Stem cells - a mix of promise and hypeCanberra doctor buys fish fossil site in central NSWNative animals reintroduced on Dirk Hartog Island WAInvasive animals removed, now vegetation being reintroduced on Phillip IslandUnderstanding internet trollsPhilosopher Michael Strevens charts how science began in The Knowledge Machine - How Irrationality Cre…
 
For our Friday Review, critics Jacqueline Springer and Sophie Harris give their verdict on two new documentaries, Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil and Tina. Both detail each of the star’s respective troubles with abuse and drug addiction while in the limelight, and our reviewers discuss their candid telling of trauma.The Poetry Society’s Nationa…
 
The ship may be taking on water but Bobby and the Captain are working on bailing it out. This episode has the 23 year old talking with Bobby about the reality of losing relationships while in prison, and the pain that comes along with it. You can read more about Bobby and prison reform on the website: notesfromthepen.com Twitter: https://twitter.co…
 
Emerald Fennell is the director and writer of Promising Young Woman, a darkly comic revenge thriller starring Carey Mulligan. The film is nominated for five Academy Awards and six BAFTAs. Emerald is also a successful actress, most recently starring as the then-Camilla Parker Bowles in The Crown as well as a cameo in the movie. We hear about what sp…
 
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