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Best Sanfrancisco podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Sanfrancisco podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Nocturnists is a live show and podcast where doctors tell stories from the world of medicine. Based in San Francisco and hosted by physician Emily Silverman, our show is animated by a deep-seated curiosity about health, disease, and human connection. Welcome to the family.
 
Carry the One is a small team of young scientists at UCSF who are passionate about bringing science stories straight to the public's ear in an entertaining, digestible way. Tune in for stories ranging from current research to science history, from medical science to the natural and social sciences. -- Visit us at carrytheoneradio.com Twitter: @CTORadio Instagram: @carrytheoneradio To support the show: www.patreon.com/carrytheone
 
Welcome to Sound and Machine, an initiative to broaden listeners musical horizons, and to nurture and promote underground music genres such as techno, tech house, minimal, chill tech, etc. Your podcast host is Zita Molnar, from Zettabyte [Records] based in San Francisco. To learn more about "Sound and Machine" visit: http://www.facebook.com/SoundandMachine
 
ALL GROWN UP: A tale of retail, relocation, revenge, re-invention, reckless behavior, really good clothes, indiscretion, infidelity, domestic violence, and one kidnapping. This is a memoir, told in a series of podcasts, by Kenneth D. King, podcasting from his studio near union Square in New York City. It's the story of a small-town boy who dreams of being a “grown-up”, and his journey to get there. Each week, you'll hear another installment of his story. All Grown Up Now is the story of a li ...
 
The Muni Diaries podcast is where you'll hear true stories that happened on public transportation in San Francisco and the Bay Area, presented by the editors of MuniDiaries.com. Since our launch in 2008, we've gathered stories from more than 4,000 transit riders. To submit your own story, or read more bus tales, visit MuniDiaries.com.
 
Storied: San Francisco is an ongoing documentary about people and life in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Featuring audio and photography of some of the folks who make the city so special, the podcast delves into San Francisco’s history, what’s going on here now, and guesses as to where we’re headed. We invite you to get to know your neighbors, and, with us, try to put into words what makes this place unique.
 
Gear up for San Francisco’s most anticipated fetish tea dance - PLAY T-Dance - the official Up Your Alley closing party on July 26th, immediately following the street fair. This year’s party will be a sin-a-matic burlesque extravaganza featuring music by resident DJ Russ Rich, visuals by 3, and lighting and lasers by RAGErLAZER. Come flirt, frolic, and dance with us under the disco ball! A portion of tickets sales benefits Folsom Street Events beneficiaries. Learn more at playtdance.com.Buy ...
 
Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall in a dance studio at one of the most prestigious ballet companies in the world? Or wondered what was going through Giselle's mind as she lifted her leg to her ear? There is a lot more to the politics of dance than lithe women wearing pointe shoes being hoisted into the air by men in tights. Listen in for a weekly conversation on all aspects of the professional dance world as Barry Kerollis, freelance choreographer and popular blogger, candidly sha ...
 
A series of podcasts about Mexikans living in Germany, describing their every day life in various cities. - Podcastreihe mit Beitraegen von MexikanerInnen, die in Deutschland leben. Sie berichten ber die positiven Seiten ihres Alltags. Produced by the | Produziert vom Goethe-Institut San Francisco fuer das Goethe-Institut USA, www.goethe.de/sanfrancisco, www.goethe.de/usa, Contact | Kontakt: Anne Weber, langdir@sanfrancisco.goethe.org
 
The Passport Podcast explores the world through the travel adventures of our guests and host. We take a global and holistic approach to discovering our world and each episode ventures far and wide in search of inspirational, educational, entertaining, informative and quirky travel tales.
 
Women Who SWAAY (formerly known as Entrepreneurs En Vogue) is a podcast that gives a unique insight into the savvy secrets of influential female voices. On this show, you will experience a mix of episodes, including #FounderDiaries where Iman takes you along in her entrepreneurial journey; as well as #BossTalks where Iman has raw conversations with other fellow driven women who are challenging the status quo and creating their own narratives.
 
Live music podcast, East Bay Shortwave. East Bay Shortwave is a community-minded show that focuses on recording high-quality, live performances of San Francisco Bay Area’s musicians to listeners anywhere. Our recording studio in Oakland features an ever-growing collection of professional audio equipment, so that our listeners can enjoy awesome live music in podcast form. Each episode includes a handful of song performances and a brief interview with the musicians.
 
TeaKoolAid means when you go and start spilling tea on anything people always drink the koolaid and join in the antics. The podcast TeaKoolAid based out of Sacramento California,got its name when the hosts... Single Comedian Anthony Oliver Varner and Strong Independent wife and mother of 4, amazing, yasss Queen, Chanel B decided to take their TeaKoolAid on the road and visit some of most elegant restaurants and places with not so elegant conversations. Topics like "Tranny is a hard word not ...
 
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In this podcast, Kevin picks up where he left off in Part 1, talking about various bars he worked in all around San Francisco. He and his wife loved Emmy's Spaghetti Shack in Bernal Heights, and got to know Josey (host) and Sarah (chef). A few years later, Josey and Sarah asked Kevin to open a restaurant with them, and that's the story of how The F…
 
Kevin Cline grew up in Florida, but he got out just about as soon as he could. In this podcast, Kevin, who co-owns Front Porch restaurant in Bernal Heights, shares stories of journeys that led him to San Francisco. First was a trip from Boston to Los Angeles, then from LA to San Francisco on bicycle. Then, based on what a good time he had in The Ci…
 
As the Heroes Act comes to an end and COVID-19 restrictions remain on performing arts, many artists fear they won’t financially survive. Listen in to this week’s episode for ideas on how dancers can diversify their income streams to bring in additional money outside of performance. Pas de Chát's host Barry Kerollis is an award-winning choreographer…
 
The legacy of anti-Blackness runs deep, but we are so much more than Black pain. We are strong, we are creative, we are exuberant, and we are doing great things. After taking a moment to honor our collective grief in last week’s episode, this week we wanted to focus on what makes us come alive. This series is brought to you by the California Medica…
 
Artificial intelligence guides nearly every aspect of our lives: what TV shows we’re recommended, whose opinions we see on social media, what we buy, how we invest our money...the list is endless. But what does “artificial intelligence” mean? What do these algorithms know? If we could look inside a robot’s mind, would we see a reflection of ourselv…
 
In this podcast, Nico picks up where she left off in Part 1, with some office jobs she had when she first moved here before switching to screenprinting full-time. She met the folks who run Workshop SF, and starting screenprinting and teaching classes there. Through Workshop, she also started connecting with more creative, "work hard, play hard" typ…
 
Global Health in the Time of COVID is a miniseries from the Institute for Global Health Sciences at UCSF produced by Carry the One Radio. Each week, we speak to health experts at UCSF to learn more about them, their work, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed their practice and research.In this week's episode, we talk to Dr. Madhavi Dandu, a cl…
 
There is so much to explore about what it means to be Black in healthcare, but for our first episode we wanted to take a moment to sit with the grief of the event that set this whole project into motion: the murder of George Floyd, a Black man, by a white police officer in Minneapolis. This series is brought to you by the California Medical Associa…
 
To help elevate the voices and stories of Black San Franciscans, we’ll be rerunning those episodes over the next few weeks. We’ll be back with new stories from your neighbors down the road a bit. San Francisco artist and poet Mason J. is a survivor. They were born in the city in the late 1980s into two epidemics that were wiping out entire communit…
 
To help elevate the voices and stories of Black San Franciscans, we’ll be rerunning those episodes for the rest of this week. In this podcast, Stephen shares the serendipitous story of getting a job at Nopa. He talks about how his work there lead to his involvement with Alice Cravens's program Heat of the Kitchen at Ida B. Wells High School. Restau…
 
Global Health in the Time of COVID is a miniseries from the Institute for Global Health Sciences at UCSF produced by Carry the One Radio. Each week, we speak to health experts at UCSF to learn more about them, their work, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed their practice and research.In this week's episode, we talk to Alexandra Keir, Jane Fi…
 
To help elevate the voices and stories of Black San Franciscans, we’ll be rerunning those episodes the rest of this week. Bernadine Sewell has an alter ego: Pinky Winchester. When you meet this incredibly colorful woman, you know why. She and her daughter went through the La Cocina program and opened their restaurant, Pinky and Red's, in the Berkel…
 
​Bernadine Sewell (aka, Pinky Winchester) opened her restaurant, Pinky and Red's, last summer in the UC Berkeley Student Union building. It was the culmination of a long journey—she and her daughter (Red) took courses with La Cocina, the San Francisco non-profit that cultivates "low-income food entrepreneurs as they formalize and grow their busines…
 
Today's episode features a story submitted by Muni rider Wil, who seized a moment of connection on Muni. This story is read by Muni Diaries reader Dayne Watai. In the last few weeks we have all been re-examining social justice in our communities and our place in it - we've had some healthy debate on our social media about whether Muni should be use…
 
One of Uncle Damien Posey's favorite things to tell people is that he's "not a role model, he's a real model." We checked in with our Season 2, Episode 38 storyteller last week to see how he's doing and how he's feeling about the current uprising for racial justice. In this special podcast, Damien shares some of his own experiences with racism in T…
 
In a very special episode, Kiara Felder (ballerina with Les Grands Ballets Canadiens) takes over as host of Pas de Chát to talk about her experiences as a black, queer woman in both life and the art form of ballet. Listen as she shares how she came to own her space as a black ballerina and the challenges she has endured to get where she is today. P…
 
In this special episode, S2E49 storyteller Chloe Jackman shares her perspectives on race and the current uprising for racial justice. The daughter of a Black man and a white woman, she was often made to feel "not Black enough." But over time, she was able to defy those norms and embrace the entirety of her identity. One of Chloe's main hopes coming…
 
Global Health in the Time of COVID is a miniseries from the Institute for Global Health Sciences at UCSF produced by Carry the One Radio. Each week, we speak to health experts at UCSF to learn more about them, their work, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed their practice and research.Our first episode features Dr. Kim Baltzell, a professor o…
 
Thea Matthews is a powerful poet. In this podcast, Thea picks up where she left off in Part 1, talking about the early days of her writing and performing poetry. She helped established the Black Student Union at City College and later went to UC Berkeley, commuting the whole time from her home in The City. Later in the episode, Thea reflects on the…
 
Poet, activist, and scholar Thea Matthews grew up in the Excelsior, which to this day is still a largely ungentrified, working-class neighborhood in San Francisco. In this podcast, Thea talks about growing up as a Black/Mexican/Indigenous kid with a single mom in San Francisco in the 1990s. Most of her childhood experiences with her Blackness were …
 
To help elevate the voices and stories of Black San Franciscans, we’ll be rerunning those episodes over the next few weeks. We’ll be back with new stories from your neighbors down the road a bit. Darnay McPherson likes to stress that, when he was a kid growing up in San Francisco's Fillmore neighborhood in the 1960s, "no one locked their doors and …
 
Found my old hard drive from the late 2000s that had a bunch of my first podcasts backed up on it. The current "Sound and Machine" used to be called "Chicago Tranceformation" as I was still living in Chicago at the time, and my DJ alias was "Zita Zie" at the time. Enjoy this upcoming 2 hour trance podcast that first aired in August 2009. The first …
 
To help elevate the voices and stories of Black San Franciscans, we’ll be rerunning those episodes over the next few weeks. We’ll be back with new stories from your neighbors down the road a bit. Fernay McPherson grew up in the Fillmore of the '80s and '90s, learning to cook from and being inspired by her San Francisco family who had various Texas …
 
To help elevate the voices and stories of Black San Franciscans, we’ll be rerunning those episodes over the next few weeks. We’ll be back with new stories from your neighbors down the road a bit. Yeva Johnson is a musician, a poet, and a physician. She works with patients at end of life, doing what she can make to make that transition as peaceful a…
 
In this special episode, we listen to artist William Rhodes talk about his arrival in San Francisco back in 2008. It wasn't exactly the city he had imagined. Together with other Black artists here, he helped found the Three Point Nine Art Collective, and that helped William feel grounded in community and what he loves to do. But it of course didn't…
 
How does the COVID-19 pandemic end? Does it go out with a bang? Does it fizzle out? What we know for sure is that this story is not over. In today’s episode you will hear from a pediatric hospitalist, laboratory scientist, pulmonologist, hospitalist, trauma nurse, OB/GYN, and an internal medicine resident, from California, the Midwest, Michigan, Ne…
 
To help elevate the voices and stories of Black San Franciscans, we’ll be rerunning those episodes over the next few weeks. We’ll be back with new stories from your neighbors down the road a bit. At our Two Storied Nights events in Nov. 2018, a funny thing happened. In this podcast, David Brooks and Bhautik Joshi talk about that night, which brough…
 
SF State Associate Professor of Journalism Venise Wagner loves ice skating. When she's not writing books like Love in the Time of Pinochet and Reporting Inequality: Tools and Methods for Covering Race and Ethnicity, teaching journalism to a new generation, or spending time with her friends, family, and her dog, Cici, Venise likes to relieve all the…
 
Starting with a conversation on the state of the world, this episode transitions to the topic of dancers retiring during the COVID-19 pandemic without any final performance. Barry shares his experience with a career-ending injury and how the lack of closure with his career affected his ability to mentally transition into the second stage of his car…
 
To help elevate the voices and stories of Black San Franciscans, we’ll be rerunning those episodes over the next few weeks. We’ll be back with new stories from your neighbors down the road a bit. It's Oct. 17, 1989, and Yayne Abeba, fresh out of high school, living on her own, and working in the Marina, wants to step outside with a coworker to talk…
 
To help elevate the voices and stories of Black San Franciscans, we’ll be rerunning those episodes over the next few weeks. We’ll be back with new stories from your neighbors down the road a bit. Our first rerun is our first-ever episode, from fall 2017. Robvell Smith tends bar at Tony's Pizza Napoletana in North Beach, which is where our paths fir…
 
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