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Welcome to Boston Symphony Orchestra's Concert Preview Podcast for music programs being performed by the BSO for the 2018-2019 season. We hope you find these previews and videos, as well as the program notes educational, insightful and entertaining, and as always, if you would like to learn more about the Boston Symphony Orchestra, please visit www.bso.org.
 
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Opening Bell: Giannis can be the face of NBA What in the blue in the hell: Dwayne Haskins got his teeth knocked out by his lady The injustice league: NFL players scared of Vaccine but will take a pain shot or roids from foreign country Keep that same energy: Kanye makes me think the timeline is a flat circle…
 
Opening Bell: Stephen A. Smith in hot water of Shohei Ohtani comments What in the blue in the hell: Drake takes HS basketball star mom to private dinner The injustice league: Conor McGregor is an embarrassment to UFC Keep that same energy: Should you go to college to get into journalismBy BSO
 
Opening Bell: ESPN's Rachel Nichols is getting COOKED after being caught in 4k saying Maria Taylor is only getting opportunities because she is black. What in the blue in the hell: Bill Cosby is Free and Dodgers Trevor Bauers is taking rough sex to the extreme The injustice league: Sha'Carri Richardson got popped for weed and her Olympics is over K…
 
Opening Bell: NBA Playoffs are FANTASTIC What in the blue in the hell: Carmelo cheating on LaLa again, Ben Zobrist's pastor was sleeping with his wife and Tristan Thompson had a Fivesome The injustice league: Cole Beasley ready to retire over Vaccine Keep that same energy: Stephen A. Smith is doing that thing Kwame said he would do…
 
This week, WAMC’s Alan Chartock speaks with Eugene (Gene) Carr, the Festival Director of Berkshire Busk, a new 10-weekend street festival in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. The festival begins July 2nd and continues every Friday and Saturday evening until Labor Day weekend. Find out more at www.berkshirebusk.com. Photo courtesy of Eugene Carr.…
 
In this episode we speak with Edwin Bryant about his upcoming course, YS 205 | Bhakti Yoga: The Bhāgavatapurāṇa and his latest book Bhakti Yoga: Tales and Teachings from the Bhāgavata Purāṇa (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2017). Dr. Bryant regales Seth with stories of hitchhiking through India in his youth while studying Sanskrit and Hindi, and meeting …
 
Opening Bell: Kwame Brown is still going off on Stephen A. Smith, Charlamagne Tha God and Skip Bayless What in the blue in the hell: MC Kevin jumped off balcony to his death to avoid his wife catching him in threesome The injustice league: Police haven't changed Keep that same energy: Relax WNBABy BSO
 
Opening Bell: Tim Tebow is a walking example of white privilege; Kobe goes into Hall of Fame What in the blue in the hell: Zac Wilson Mom's is MAGA, so he better ball out; PPP scams The injustice league: Black Man kills white man in self defense and they charge the black man; NFL thinks black men are dumber than white men Keep that same energy: You…
 
This week, we present an encore interview with WAMC’s Alan Chartock In Conversation with William K. Black. Black is an Associate Professor of Economics and Law at the University of Missouri – Kansas City (UMKC). He is also a Distinguished Scholar in Residence for financial regulation at the University of Minnesota Law School, and a white-collar cri…
 
In this episode we sit down with Sikh scholar and historian Jvala Singh to discuss the history of yoga within Sikhi, the topic of his upcoming Yogic Studies course YS 116 | Sikhism and Yoga. Jvala tells Seth how he met his teacher, his work translating tales of the ten Gurus from the 19th century Sūraj Prakāś, the joys of podcasting, and the public…
 
In this episode we talk with Patton Burchett about his latest book A Genealogy of Devotion: Bhakti, Tantra, Yoga, and Sufism in North India (2019, Columbia University Press) and his upcoming course, YS 115 | A History of Yoga and Devotion. Patton tells Seth about the teachers who inspired his studies, and how academics confuse the social and intera…
 
This week we present an encore broadcast with WAMC’s Alan Chartock In Conversation with Dr. Jason Fung. Fung is a Canadian nephrologist and author who has written about intermittent fasting and how it helps reverse Type 2 Diabetes. Dr. Fung’s books include The Obesity Code, The Complete Guide to Fasting, and The Diabetes Code. Photo courtesy of Dr.…
 
In this episode we sit down with Kate to celebrate the launch of Buddhist Studies Online. We learn about her story, her background in academia and Buddhism, travels in Asia, how she first met Seth as grad students at Harvard, building course websites for Harvard professors. We discuss her research on pilgrimage and the importance of place and perce…
 
Opening Bell: The real reasons Paul Pierce was fired from ESPN after going on IG Live with strippers What in the blue in the hell: Khloe Kardashian upset people saw her fake created body; Malik Beasley dumbest man on planet The injustice league: Deshaun Watson case boils down to consent Keep that same energy: Don't listen to Charles Barkley about r…
 
Opening Bell: NFL Draft Experts are being paid by agents; Being racist against Justin Fields What in the blue in the hell: Deshaun Watson really loves massages The injustice league: Derek Chauvin might get off for the murder of George Floyd Keep that same energy: Lil Nas X is trolling youBy BSO
 
This week, WAMC presents an encore Power of Words. In honor of Women’s History Month, WAMC’s Dr. Alan Chartock and Professor and Historian Dr. Allida Black discuss First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Women’s Rights are Human Rights speech in Beijing, China on September 5th, 1995. Photo courtesy of Flikr/Gage Skidmore.…
 
Opening Bell: Coming 2 America review; JJ Watt Signing With Cardinals, Russell Wilson Pissed at Seahawks & Jeremy Lin RONA What in the blue in the hell: Ricky Williams Lost His Girl to backup QB; Nike Resells; IG Model Camels The injustice league: Lebron vs. Zlatan; Mr. Potato Head vs. Black Men Getting Shot in Streets Keep that same energy: White …
 
In this episode we speak with return guest Dr. Philipp Maas about the ancient school of Sāṅkhya—which he describes as India's philosophy par excellence for its wide and enduring influence on Indian culture. Giving us a taste of his upcoming course: YS 204 | The Sāṅkhyakārikā: Stanzas on All-Embracing Insight, Maas discusses Sāṅkhya‘s relationship w…
 
Opening Bell: Tiger Woods' Accident What in the blue in the hell: Deion Robbed; Meek Mil vs, Vanessa Bryant; Hushpuppi IG Scam; Cam Newton disrespected by Kid The injustice league: UCLA Cross Country Runner Chad Weiland upset black man took his girl Keep that same energy: Cops still are TRASHBy BSO
 
In today's episode we talk with Dr. Suzanne Newcombe and Dr. Karen O'Brien-Kop about their recent collaboration co-editing The Routledge Handbook of Yoga and Meditation Studies (2021), and the labor of love that went into creating this interdisciplinary collaboration. We also discuss the history of yoga studies, the difference between academic "fie…
 
Opening Bell: Pacman Jones Brawl & Draymond Green Speaking on NBA Hypocrisy What in the blue in the hell: Lil Boosie on Not Marrying Lori Harvey and Brittany Spears Doc The injustice league: LAPD mocking George Floyd's death Keep that same energy: Judas and Black Messiah; Black People Holding Each Other Down…
 
In this episode Dr. Theodora Wildcroft discusses her new book, Post-Lineage Yoga: From Guru to #MeToo (2020). We explore the historical shifts that have been reshaping yoga in the west: from the ways schools of yoga have been forced to pivot after the deaths or public denouncements of their charismatic founder-gurus, to the need of modern practitio…
 
This week we present an encore airing of WAMC’s Dr. Alan Chartock In Conversation with Dr. David Miller. Miller is the President of the American Association of Suicidology. AAS promotes the understanding and prevention of suicide and supports those who have been affected by it, and is the largest membership organization of its kind in […]…
 
In this episode, we talk with scholar-practitioner Jacqueline Hargreaves about her work with the Hatha Yoga Project, her unlikely background as an engineer that first brought her to India, and her life as a nomadic yoga researcher with her partner Jason Birch. Jacqueline shares some wonderful stories about her work including a rare audience with My…
 
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