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Have just a few minutes to get inspired, enriched, informed and enlightened? Check out our new, shorter podcast called, Nobody Told Me! Nuggets These episodes are under 10 minutes in length and feature the most useful, thought-provoking, wise and entertaining things we've heard from guests on our longer Nobody Told Me! podcast, which was named one of the top 25 'Most Downloaded New Shows of 2018' and has had more than five and a half million downloads. We're excited to offer this extra optio ...
 
We'll be interviewing top players in the industry (think directors, producers, MDs, performers, writers, costume designers, you name it!) about why the arts are SO important, especially right now. Let's face it - the theatre industry is one tough nut to crack, and we got sick of feeling like we were fighting it alone. Here at the Backstage Revolution, you can find a community of people dealing with the same things you are. We talk about it, listen to people's views, talk to experts and try a ...
 
Hosted by Laura Cathcart Robbins, a writer and a recovery thriver and survivor, Laura found herself in an all too familiar position. In September 2018, she was the only black woman in the room at Brave Magic, a famed writer’s retreat. After it was over, she wrote about her “only one” experience in The Huffington Post and comments started flooding into her DM. These comments were from people from all races, ethnicities, creeds, and nationalities who had felt “othered”. Laura beautifully inter ...
 
Song Exploder is a podcast where musicians take apart their songs, and piece by piece, tell the story of how they were made. Each episode features an artist discussing a song of theirs, breaking down the sounds and ideas that went into the writing and recording. Hosted and produced by Hrishikesh Hirway.
 
Have you ever met someone who is just full of stories? Join best selling author and Grammy, Billboard and Dove Award–winning singer-songwriter Laura Story, known for such hits as “Blessings,” “Indescribable,” and “Mighty to Save,” as she shares deeply personal stories of her life, her journey with God and finding joy no matter the circumstance. Laura and her friend Beth Bacall talk about everything from trucker food, to mistakes she’s made as a parent, to how God can use our stories, no matt ...
 
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The Natter

Cardiff Metropolitan University

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Cardiff Metropolitan University brings you The Natter. Each week, we speak to different guests from the world of sport. We delve into their challenges and triumphs.The Natter is produced and presented by Cardiff Met's Sport Broadcast MSc and Sport Media BSc staff and students. Find us on twitter- @CMetSportTV Instagram- @cardiffmetsporttv TikTok- cardiffmetsporttv and Facebook- Cardiff Met Sport TV.
 
Ronn Owens has had the top-rated program with KGO 810 for over 35 years. In that time he has had thousands of guests in the hot seat, including President Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Steve Martin, Condoleezza Rice, Benjamin Netanyahu, John McCain, Eliot Spitzer, Joe Montana, Tony Bennett, Jimmy Carter, Willie Mays, Secretaries of State, CIA Directors and community leaders. As a versatile talk host and author, Ronn covers everything from politics to pop culture, and his show has been called th ...
 
On February 14th, 2020, Earthlings receive a warning that pop radio is polluting the galaxy, and if it isn’t shut down, Earth will be blown to smithereens. Beth Kane and her buddy Ryan are music snobs who want to live. Even though they think the aliens kinda have a point, they become activists and organize an anti-pop protest to save the Earth. Their campaign ends in failure. The government is concerned the alien signal might be a hoax so they decide to let the radio waves keep on flowing, j ...
 
According to Titus 2, the "generation gap" mentality results in spiritual paralysis for Christian women. My name is Rebekah Dorris, and with my daughter, we'd like to introduce you to some wise women making a difference. Some of them are from Scripture, and some live down the street. Listen along as we bridge the gap between generations, so our daughters and their granddaughters can be wise women building homes that last.
 
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The Depolarization Project

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Changed My Mind is The Depolarization Project’s podcast, hosted by Alex Chesterfield, Laura Osborne and Ali Goldsworthy. We ask guests to tell us a substantive issue they have changed their mind on, why and what they have learned from it. We work with global media outlet Open Democracy to bring this podcast to you.
 
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Broadway Podcast Network

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What would you do if you received a postcard saying only “We are here. Come find us?” No signature. Just a postmark: SPLIT VALLEY, NY. Adam Kleinhoffer, journalist and podcaster for Columbia Public Radio, and production assistant Melanie Lavin follow this breadcrumb to the second-smallest town in New York State. SPLIT VALLEY is an immersive experience. Using only “found audio,” Split Valley takes the listener on a journey into the woods upstate, to a small town diner, a local motel, searchin ...
 
Totally Tell Me is a fully erect film review podcast for the modern idiot that now records its shows LIVE on Twitch, YouTube and Facebook! Hosted by Dominic Mercurio (filmmaker, drummer) and Laura Weinbach (singer, guitarist). Both are members of the Bay Area-based band Foxtails Brigade. Each week, they bring on a guest from the Bay Area music, comedy, and arts scene to discuss a new or classic film as well as a grab bag of other bite sized butt nugget topics. Strap on and tune in. New episo ...
 
Forward Radio is listener-sponsored, volunteer-powered, grassroots community radio WFMP-LP Louisville, Kentucky. We have been broadcasting at 106.5fm and live-streaming at forwardradio.org since April 9, 2017. Enjoy this selection of our archived local programs, and if you like what you hear, please donate to keep us on-air at forwardradio.org. It costs $20/day to keep this programming coming your way.
 
This podcast is my own personal journey as a Domestic Violence survivor and advocate and along the way as I found my own voice I’m able to give other survivors and victims of Domestic Violence a platform to tell there stories of resilience and survival.I’m a voice for the voiceless.Let’s keep the conversation open about Domestic violence and how we can help those who are silenced speak up.cash app is $survivorpodcast43 please help and donate to the podcast it helps each episode be promoted t ...
 
In recent years the intersection between law, technology, and policy has exploded as digital policy has become a mainstream concern in Canada and around the world. This podcast explores digital policies in conversations with people studying the legal and policy challenges, set the rules, or are experts in the field. It provides a Canadian perspective, but since the internet is global, examining international developments and Canada’s role in shaping global digital policy is be an important p ...
 
Have you ever met a celebrity, idol, someone you’re obsessed with, and you get so starstruck you do or say the actual dumbest thing you could do or say? Join comedians Bethany Van Delft, Nick Chambers & friends as they tell cringeworthy tales of uncomfortable and embarrassing encounters with celebrities idols, crushes, whoever. the favorite story gets a do-over by house sketch group, The Redo Crew.
 
“Living Fearlessly” with Lisa McDonald explores the obstacles and challenges that hold people back from leading happy, successful, and abundant lives. The show seeks to inspire and empower listeners to break the cycle of negative thoughts and actions that prevent them from reaching their goals. Each week, Lisa interviews newsmakers, entrepreneurs, motivational coaches, entertainers, athletes, philanthropists, activists and authors who embody what it is to “live fearlessly” and thrive. Guests ...
 
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We announce the winners of the BBC National Short Story Award 2021 and the BBC Young Writers' Award 2021. Kirsty Lang is joined for the show by National Short Story Award judges James Runcie and Fiona Mozley and Young Writers' Award judges Katie Thistleton and Louise O'Neill.The BBC National Short Story Award is one of the most prestigious for a si…
 
This past week Bill C-10, Internet free speech, and the government’s digital policy agenda went mainstream as a lead topic in government, the media, and among many Canadians. This week’s Law Bytes podcast departs from the standard format as I explain why the bill has suddenly become a hot topic, how the government has been inconsistent and at times…
 
The global struggle for access to COVID-19 vaccines took a dramatic turn recently as the Biden Administration in the United States unexpectedly reversed its longstanding opposition to a patent waiver designed to facilitate access to vaccines in the developing world. The shift seemingly caught many by surprise. Pharmaceutical companies were quick to…
 
Weeks into a high profile debate over Bill C-10, the issue of discoverability of Canadian content has emerged as a policy tug of war between supporters that want the CRTC to intervene by mandating the discoverability of Canadian content on sites such as Youtube and Tiktok and critics that argue the approach would raise significant freedom of expres…
 
Communications issues have been in the political spotlight in recent weeks with the controversial CRTC decision to reverse a pricing decision on wholesale broadband that swiftly led to calls for the resignation of Commission Chair Ian Scott as well as the ongoing battle over Bill C-10, which envisions granting extensive new powers to the CRTC. Konr…
 
Earlier this year, Senator Claude Carignan introduced Bill S-225, a bill that purports to address concerns about the viability of the Canadian media sector by amending the Copyright Act. The Senate has been studying the bill in recent weeks with Senator Paula Simons serving as the bill critic and one of the leads on the issue. Senator Simons was a …
 
Earlier this month, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada released a scathing report on the RCMP’s use of facial recognition technology, particularly its work with Clearview AI. The report was particularly damaging as the Commissioner found that the RCMP wasn’t truthful when it said it didn’t work with Clearview AI and then gave inaccurate information…
 
The Liberal government strategy to push through Bill C-10 bore fruit last week as the controversial Broadcasting Act reform bill, received House of Commons approval at 1:30 am on Tuesday morning. Bill C-10 proceeded to receive first reading in the Senate later that same day and after a series of Senate maneuvers, received second reading from Senato…
 
Several years ago, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada filed a reference with the federal court in a case that was billed as settling the “right to be forgotten” privacy issue. That may have overstated matters, but the case did address a far more basic question on whether the privacy law applies to Google’s search engine service when it indexes webp…
 
Bill S-225, Senator Claude Carignan’s copyright bill, would create a new compensation scheme for media organizations by establishing a new collective rights system for the use of news articles on digital platforms. It may not become law, but it has sparked considerable discussion within the Senate on the issue of media and Internet platforms. In fa…
 
The CRTC’s wireless decision earlier this year dubbed the “MVN-no” decision given its very limited opening to mobile virtual network operators in Canada sparked widespread frustration with the Commission. That decision included one less discussed element, however, namely the expectation that the major wireless carriers would introduce low-cost plan…
 
The Supreme Court of Canada recently brought a lengthy legal battle between Access Copyright and York University to an end, issuing a unanimous verdict written by retiring Justice Rosalie Abella that resoundingly rejected the copyright collective’s claims that its tariff is mandatory, finding that it had no standing to file a lawsuit for copyright …
 
Well this MONSTER of an episode is brought to you by my inability to pick and choose among the great questions I got for this session of Ask Me Anything. I'm sharing stuff about our new house, reading nonfiction, kids & tech, purposeful "no's", how I've changed, and vulnerability hangovers. (I might have a vulnerability hangover after this episode!…
 
What if you, a tenured professor at a prestigious university wanted to buy your mother a home and the bank treated you like a suspect instead of a prospect? Dr. Tonya Evans, professor at Penn State Dickinson Law School who was recently named to the Forbes 50 over 50 list, in the category of investment, teaches her students how Crypto Currency can b…
 
Arinzé Kene talks to Samira Ahmed about playing Bob Marley in the new musical Get Up, StandUp!Singer Clare Norburn is live in the studio to perform a piece by 16th Century composer John Dowland and discuss her new play about Dowland, I, Spie. We discuss the inaugural Working Class Writers Festival taking place in Bristol this weekend with organiser…
 
Facebook has once again found itself in the political spotlight as Frances Haugen, a former data scientist and product manager with the company turned whistleblower, provided the source documents for an explosive investigative series in the Wall Street Journal followed by an appearance before a U.S. Senate committee. The Facebook Files series comes…
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog enjoys a porch-sit with Rachael Hood, an organizer with Youth for Appalachian Climate Justice. Rachael is a Geography Master’s Student at West Virginia University and is one of several young people who recently started Youth for Appalachian Climate Justice to address climate change across Appa…
 
**Spoilers for Shadow and Bone** In today’s bubble, Laura joins me in the Podbasement to summon the spoilers for the first season of Shadow and Bone. Laura’s read the books so she sheds some light on the differences between the source material and the Netflix original series, which stars Jesse Mei Li, Ben Barnes, Archie Renaux, Freddy Carter, Amita…
 
There are over 4.7 million people in California caring for a relative or close friend, and many of them are COVID 19 patients. The media is filled with the stories of COVID 19 patients and healthcare workers, but what about the people who are dedicating themselves to taking care of a loved one? Scott and I couldn’t find many of those stories, so we…
 
I think I employed every single one of these twenty phenomenal tips from Zibby Owens while looking to get my memoir published, and it is my absolute pleasure to share them all with you! Zibby Owens is the creator and host of award-winning podcast Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books, one of Oprah.com’s favorite book podcasts two years in a row. The C…
 
This takes on nihilism: the philosophical view that asserts there IS no meaning in life. Suck it up, buttercup! We check out Wendy Syfret's new book in which she argues that adopting a nihilistic point of view can be freeing rather than depressing. She argues that meaning in life is now for sale in the marketplace in our culture when we buy, buy, b…
 
Front Row goes live to Coventry to announce the winner of the 2021 Riba Stirling Prize and discuss the shortlist with BBC Arts and Media correspondent David Sillito and architecture critic for the Guardian, Oliver Wainwright.Author Charlotte Philby and arts and books editor for Prospect Magazine Sameer Rahim join Tom Sutcliffe to review the new ser…
 
I am back with another solo episode this week. October is domestic violence awareness month, so, I wanted to take this opportunity to talk about a specific type of domestic violence: emotional abuse. Yes, emotional abuse is a form of domestic violence. Talking about emotional abuse is part of my healing, my personal journey, and my growth. So much …
 
Theatre director Emma Jordan discusses The Border Game, a new play to mark 100 years of the Irish border. We hear from Omagh in County Tyrone as reporter Freya McClement explores a moving new installation by artist Paula Stokes at the Ulster American Folk Park.And director Ridley Scott talks to Samira about his new film The Last Duel starring Matt …
 
This summer, I gave a TED Talk at the TED Conference. My talk was about what you discover when you really listen. It was based on how making Song Exploder has changed the way I think about conversations and connecting with people. My talk came out today on the TED website and on the TED Talks Daily podcast, and the very nice folks at TED asked if I…
 
Scott Slaughter co-host and producer of The Only One In The Room has a short and casual, yet deep conversation with our guest Emmylou Diaz right after the show. Pitches With Bitches: Laura Cathcart Robbins and Stefanie Wilder Taylor are conducting a virtual pitching workshop on Oct 23rd from 11-1 pm (PT). We will tell you everything we know about g…
 
Tonight, Ben & Billy are joined by The Goddamn Podcast! We'll be talking about the controversy surrounding Dave Chappell's recent Netflix comedy special. Guest Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTVhlcAJKXIsUXxQfe_gVBQ ExpressVPN: https://www.expressvpn.com/drunkenpeasants Support the show by signing up! Get 3 free months with an annual subs…
 
This week’s episode is for true crime enthusiasts. Every city has had murders that make the news, and Louisville is no different. Our guest this week, David Domine', adopted Louisville as his hometown and has a following here as an author, tour guide, and storyteller in the city. He has written a new book called A DARK ROOM IN GLITTER BALL CITY abo…
 
Suzan-Lori Parks, the first African-American woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama on her play White Noise, which has its the UK premier tonight. Life is not so bad for four liberal friends, two couples, black with a white partner, until Leo has a run in with the cops and it all begins to unravel.The poet, playwright, and novelist, Owen Sheers,…
 
Hello, and welcome to Wild Wimmin the Wild Swimming Podcast, I’m Laura Macdonald. Owen Wells is a swimmer, Green town councillor and all round excellent fellow and we chatted back in April about his life as an outdoor swimmer and the achievements that he gained in later life. During Lockdown Owen has been swimming in the River Wharfe upstream of Il…
 
Fall schedules are SO full around here, and this time of year our family can easily go weeks without a meaningful conversation. I've created 10 Questions To Ask Your Kids that you can pick and choose, modify for your family dynamics, or toss up one at a time over a week or so in order to spark great conversations between kids and adults. These ques…
 
Imagine getting your MFA in acting at Harvard and then moving to Los Angeles only to find that the parts you're auditioning for were either the Chola or the gangbanger? Screenwriter, Emmylou Diaz, whose credits include Jane The Virgin and Charmed, decided to take a writing class one day after realizing that she wasn’t being taken seriously as an ac…
 
Tonight, Ben & Billy will take a look at the recent Twitch data breach, William Shatner going to space in his 90s, AND MORE! ExpressVPN: https://www.expressvpn.com/drunkenpeasants Support the show by signing up! Get 3 free months with an annual subscription! Help Us Reach the Goal: https://streamlabs.com/drunkenpeasants/tip Teespring Store: https:/…
 
Joan Collins discusses her memoir My Unapologetic Diaries.Tales of the City author and activist Armistead Maupin on his national tour and why he has moved from his beloved San Francisco to live in the UK.Engineering Value - Scenes from the Grenfell Inquiry is a new play every word of which has been taken from what was said at that public inquiry. D…
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog dives deep into the ecological future of Beargrass Creek with Laura Mattingly. Laura is a Planner and Project Manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the Louisville District where she leads cross functional teams on water resources projects focused on flood risk management, ecosystem r…
 
**Spoilers for Killer Klowns from Outer Space** If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to watch a movie with Dozer and I, well, that’s… a bit specific, but today is your lucky day! Dozer visits the Podbasement and we talk (and drink) our way through the 1988 cult classic, Killer Klowns from Oooooouterrrrr Spaaaaaaaace! We discuss the history…
 
“It was very early and I was still in bed when I heard someone yelling from my backyard. When I pulled the curtain back and saw a bunch of armed men jumping into my backyard, I first thought I was dreaming. But before I could figure out what was going on, they started shooting at my house. I froze by the window and my heart was coming out of my che…
 
This episode of Single Payer Radio is an excerpt from a webinar co-sponsored by Physicians for a National Health Program discussing a movement by private investment groups called Direct Contracting Entities (DCEs)that threaten our highly successful beloved Medicare program. Moderator Dr. Susan Rogers, president of PNHP leads the panel that includes…
 
I love this book so much by first-time novelist, Gabriel Bump, that I chose to read not one, but two of its chapters to you today. Gabriel Bump grew up in South Shore, Chicago. He received his MFA in fiction from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His debut novel, Everywhere You Don't Belong, was a New York Times Notable Book of 2020 and has…
 
Cush Jumbo’s long-awaited performance as Hamlet and debbie tucker green’s film ear for eye come under the critical gaze of Ekow Eshun, Vanessa Kisuule and Sarah Crompton.Tanzanian novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah has won this year's Nobel Prize for Literature. He joins Front Row to discuss his work and how he feels about winning. The Poet Laureate Simon …
 
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