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Best Yellow podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Yellow podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Published in 1894, The Yellow Fairy Book is the fourth installment in the series of fairytale collections known as Andrew Lang's “Coloured” Fairy Books and is comprised of stories collected from various foreign language sources including French, German, English, Scottish, Russian, and Polish. Moreover, the tales not only intend to entertain, but also offer an underlying didactic purpose, as many of the stories place an important emphasis on righteous behavior. Featuring 48 stories, The Yello ...
 
One of the first locked room mysteries, The Mystery of the Yellow Room focuses on a supposedly impossible crime which has been committed within a locked room. The novel was initially published in the French periodical L’illustration, and was later published as a book in 1908. It is the first of a series of novels featuring the famous fictional reporter Joseph Rouletabille. The mystery begins when Joseph Rouletabille, a reporter and amateur sleuth is sent to investigate a crime scene at the C ...
 
Forward-thinking feminists Alana J. Webster and Jacklyn Chung-Young don’t hold back when discussing societal issues facing women and people of color in the new weekly podcast, Black & Yellow. Armed with research and wit, the ladies delve into the complexities of being a Black or Asian woman in today’s world. From CP Time to sexual harassment, Jacklyn and Alana offer their intersectional perspective on what’s happening in our society today and ways to stay as woke as possible. See acast.com/p ...
 
A shy, introverted young poet. A weekend in a magnificent English country house. A beautiful young lady whom the poet is secretly in love with. An assorted group of guests with varied interests, motives, ambitions and aspirations, and the complex web of history and events that connect all of them. Crome Yellow by Aldous Huxley was his first book, published in 1921, when he was just 27 years old. It is typical of many books written during this period by writers like Thomas Love Peacock and So ...
 
Robert W. Chambers (1865-1933) studied art in Paris in the late 80's and early 90's, where his work was displayed at the Salon. However, shortly after returning to America, he decided to spend his time in writing. He became popular as the writer of a number of romantic novels, but is now best known as the author of "The King In Yellow". This is a collection of the first half of this work of short stories which have an eerie, other-worldly feel to it; but the stories in the second half are es ...
 
In “Yellow Brick Road” we meet the artists behind the visual effects, the magicians “behind the curtain” that bring audiences over the rainbow to worlds where monkeys can fly and nothing is impossible. Every episode focuses on a specific topic, like character design, animation, digital zombie slashing or why some horror characters scare us more than others.
 
Each week Smithy, Hard News, 2ndBest, and El Grapadura cover all things New Zealand Football, including the Wellington Phoenix in the A-League, Kiwis flying the flag overseas, our national teams, the ASB Premiership and local Wellington football. We've got your football fix. Be sure to visit us at www.yellowfever.co.nz
 
Crome Yellow, published in 1921 was Aldous Huxley’s first novel. In it he satirizes the fads and fashions of the time. It is the witty story of a house party at ‘Crome’ where there is a gathering of bright young things. We hear some of the history of the house from Henry Wimbush, its owner and self appointed historian; Apocylapse is prophesied, virginity is lost, and inspirational aphorisms are gained in a trance. Our hero, Denis, tries to capture it all in poetry and is disappointed in love ...
 
Robert W. Chambers (1865-1933) studied art in Paris in the late 80’s and early 90’s, where his work was displayed at the Salon. However, shortly after returning to America, he decided to spend his time in writing. He became popular as the writer of a number of romantic novels, but is now best known as the author of “The King In Yellow”. This is a collection of the first half of this work of short stories which have an eerie, other-worldly feel to it; but the stories in the second half are es ...
 
"Andrew Lang's Fairy Books or Andrew Lang's "Coloured" Fairy Books are a twelve-book series of fairy tale collections. Although Andrew Lang did not collect the stories himself from the oral tradition, the extent of his sources (who had collected them originally), made them an immensely influential collection, especially as he used foreign-language sources, giving many of these tales their first appearance in English. As acknowledged in the prefaces, although Lang himself made most of the sel ...
 
Fascinating and brilliant at many levels, Huxley's spoof of Lady Ottoline Morrell's famous bohemian gatherings is difficult to categorize. The ironic tone and caricaturish rendering of some characters makes it partly entertaining satire, but intertwined with the irony are a very human love story and much poignant social commentary. Denis Stone (Huxley himself) is a young poet hopelessly enamored of the languid Anne Wimbush, who comes to Priscilla Wimbush's Crome estate for several weeks of i ...
 
Periodically, and starting at about the age of 5, my dad would take me to breakfast where he would ask me 32 questions from his yellow legal pad. These get-to-know-you questions, made for a child, ranged from what's your favorite color to what do you want to be when you grow up and everything in between. Over the years the questions never changed, only the answers. So let's pose these kid-questions to some of our favorite adults and truly get to know them. I’m here to ask the easy questions. ...
 
Robert W. Chambers (1865-1933) studied art in Paris in the late 80’s and early 90’s. Shortly after returning to America, he became popular as the writer of a number of romantic novels; he is now best known as the author of “The King In Yellow”, which is a collection of short stories with the reputation of being eerie and other-worldly. However, the last few stories in the collection, which are presented here, are essentially straightforward love stories, strongly coloured by the author’s lif ...
 
An atomic bomb explodes in the mountains of Montana. But was there really a bomb? And was it really in Montana, or in Tokyo? Are Liz and Elizabeth the same woman, is she married with children, is her husband a spy? These and many other questions are constantly asked, and answered, in this round-robin small book written and recorded by LibriVox volunteers during the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) November 2007. (Summary by Gesine)
 
Yellow Packaging is a current events and comedy podcast by Colton and Jesselyne! We’re two Asians, repping the 604, from the perspective of a growing minority. Our podcast is about nothing, about something, about everything. We talk about issues going on in our lives, our city, whats happening in the world and how that relates back to our place in a Western society. So sit back, listen up and gain a new view on what its like to live in Vancouver. Enjoy!
 
Rhoda Massey is a young, sharp reporter for a daily newspaper in San Francisco. After proving herself an astute and fearless investigator on her first big story, she spends most of her waking hours running down leads and doing (almost) anything it takes to produce headline grabbing tales and to be the first one to do so. She must compete with her male colleagues where she works but also with those from other newspapers. Rhoda discovers it useful to be pretty and small in stature (great for e ...
 
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Los Angeles nurse and friend of the pod Mitchy Behn joins us this week to talk about her experience in an LA hospital as cases rise. We also discuss why the coronavirus is killing Filipino Americans at a higher rate. And what happened on BBC and their disastrous recipe on fried rice?!?! Plus new shows featuring Asian talent you should keep an eye o…
 
Just when we thought football was coming back, the National League nutmegs us with an unexpected move. Undaunted, we chat to Gary Johnson about delays and new signings, then highlight an 'S' team with the best strikers so far, the cool-as-you-like Robin Stubbs and the man in the mask, Tim SillsBy Reach Podcasts
 
In this episode, we are joined by Amazin LeThi, LGBTQ+ sports ambassador, former competitive bodybuilder, entertainment executive, and fitness author to chat about current events and her life journey. We talk about trans-racial issues, equity and representation in media, and body positivity, homelessness in our queer community, and so much more. Am…
 
Join Ben and Meagan as we share all about Natural Bridges National Monument. Sipapu Bridge Hike Kachina Bridge Hike Owachomo Bridge Hike Camping at Natural Bridges Hovenweep National Monument Four Corners Butler Wash Hike Bluff Fort Visitor's Center Southeast Utah Travel Guide Visit HomeschoolBuyersCo-op.organd sign-up for a free membership. Use th…
 
Wearing a face mask. It’s a new reality of life. We all have to do it. So, why isn’t EVERYONE doing it? In this episode, we dive into which gender is more likely to wear masks (or PPE for that matter), why this is so, and what we can do to change the (very ridiculous, totally inane) “stigma” of wearing a face mask. Put a mask on & tune in! Put Your…
 
The Hong Kong-Mainland China conflict intensified by the day, but Hong Kong is no stranger to protest. Anti-government protests have been rocking Hong Kong for months, and we are talking all about it on today’s episode. Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: 1. Black Girl Sunscreen (@blackgirlsunscreen)- sun protection that caters to women with melani…
 
Connor and Nathan discuss the Wellington Phoenix's 3-1 loss to Sydney FC in the first game of the A League restart. They also talk about Leeds promotion to the Premier League, discuss the relegation battle and who could make it to Europe and all of the big cup competitions that are about to restart.By Black Yellow White
 
We are exploring guest MinJu's journey to become more fluent in both Fluent Korean culture and language. As someone who grew up largely in Manila Philippines, MinJu is keen to learn more about her South Korean roots and shares her research on her FluentKorean website. I learnt so much from our conversation from MinJu's experiences in International …
 
I’m sure you’ve seen the Karen memes, and know a Becky or two. She’s the racist white lady who weaponizes her skin color, and loves her privilege. But what separates the two? In this episode, Alana & Jac talk about the thin divide that separates the two women, and what women named Beck or Jaren can do if they are not a Becky or Karen. Put Your Mone…
 
IT'S Q-time in the A to Z of Torquay United, and that gives our podcasters a few headaches in trying to fill a team of 'Q' players. In fact there's only one, so this week it could have been The Joe Quigley Show. But even our resourceful team couldn't come up with a whole podcast on the subject of just Joe, so they look at the many connections betwe…
 
Join Ben and Meagan as we talk about taking toddlers to Disneyland and why it is the best! Why Disneyland with Toddlers is the Best Best Toddler Rides at Disneyland Visit HomeschoolBuyersCo-op.org and sign-up for a free membership. Use the code Yellow for 5000 bonus SmartPoints. Check out our blog and Etsy shop Shop through our Amazon affiliate lin…
 
Hey everyone! In this episode I'm chatting to amazing comedian Ken Cheng who you may know from his BBC Radio 4 show "Chinese Comedian". We're talking about Asians in TV, embracing stereotypes and dealing with Twitter trolls. We are also talking about people getting our names wrong or just mixed us up with a whole other person. Do you get mixed up w…
 
On tonight's show - Its a podcast crossover, Highbury Squad, ArseBros, PlayOn & Same Old Arsenal combine with the blogger from Over & Over AgainWe will look back at the Leicester game and the few VAR decisions. We will talk in the Gooner debate about some of the players in the squad and of course look ahead to Sunday's NLD. Enjoy, Share & Subscribe…
 
THE spotlight this week falls on Torquay United Women and Girls, whose preparation for the new season is under way. We talk to the management team about the prospects for the coming season, and hear how they are getting back into training after the long lockdown. Also, some surprising information from vintage pen pictures.…
 
Grief. We all experience it, but no one talks about it. At a time that feels ripe with tension and emotions running, a conversation about grief is more crucial than ever. And we have the perfect person to talk to about it with! In this episode, Alana & Jacklyn sit down with Marisa Renee Lee to talk grief, wellness, and Obama. Put Your Money Where Y…
 
Hey, I'm Natalie and what's your name? We're back for 2nd season of Yellow Bee Pod! Woohoooo I'm so excited to be back for another season of sharing East and Southeast Asian diaspora experiences. Join us to hear my experiences as a British Born Chinese woman and the Asian experiences of different guests (click Subscribe right now so you don't miss …
 
Ying Wan Loh is an award-winning engineer who works on phenomenal Rolls-Royce engines. We are talking about culture shock as an international student in Glasgow, busting stereotypes and dealing with microaggressions in the workplace. As an East Asian woman succeeding in engineering and manufacturing sectors, Ying is stamping out so many bad stereot…
 
Join Ben and Meagan as we share all about Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone blog posts Check out our blog and Etsy shop Shop through our Amazon affiliate link Email us at yellowvantravels@gmail.com Find us on social media: Instagram Twitter Facebook Youtube **Links in show notes may contain affiliate links**…
 
Yellow Peril Supports Black Power is a slogan that has been getting a lot of play these days. From social media, to protest signs, to art, this phrase has been inescapable as of late. What does it mean? Where did it come from? Should we really be using it? In this episode, Alana and Jacklyn unpack this catchy protest slogan. Find us on Instagram: @…
 
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