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#Storytelling

  • La guerre du poil
    ARTE Radio
    09:20
    Storytelling
    71,195

    Yolande, 82 ans, est esthéticienne. Depuis 50 ans qu’elle arrache des bandes de poils, elle a vu les maillots s’échancrer et, avec eux, les corps se libérer. Mais s’épiler entièrement le sexe et la raie des fesses, est-ce vraiment une libération ? Et au fait, pourquoi on s'épile ? Ou pour qui ? Pauline Boulet a posé son micro entre les cuisses des clientes et la marmite de cire chaude. Enregistrements : octobre 17 - Mise en ondes & mix : Arnaud Forest - Réalisation : Pauline Boulet

  • Lifted / Snap Judgment, "Lifted"
    Snap Judgment
    23:46
    Storytelling
    11,842

    Airlifted out of Baghdad into Israel, Avraham was about to get a new life in a new land… Avraham’s story was included in a 12-part Hebrew webseries called Neviim: Operation Amram by Elad Ben Elul (@Eladbenelul) and Yossi Brauman. Read hundreds more testimonies like Avraham’s at Amram’s website . The Amram association has collected hundreds of saliva samples from people who connected to the kidnapping affair and can be contacted at amram.dna at gmail.com. Producer: Shaina Shealy Vocal Translator: Noam Eshel Written Translation: Tal Janner-Klausner and Shira Rubin Original Score: Renzo Gorrio

  • 26 Lives On Atlas Peak / Snap Judgment, "Lifted"
    Snap Judgment
    13:40
    Storytelling
    7,754

    On Atlas Peak there is one way in and one way out. When wildfire threatened their homes, the only escape route...was up. Sukey Lewis is an investigative reporter for KQED public radio out of San Francisco. The Atlas Peak fire was just one of a series of catastrophic fires that broke out that night across northern California. 44 people in all died in those fires. Check out KQED's fire investigation. Original Score: Davey Kim Producer: Sukey Lewis

  • Listen to the entire Snap Judgment episode "Lucky"
    Snap Judgment
    50:32
    Storytelling
    7,302

    Hear how one of Yugoslavia’s top basketball players attempts to escape the Siege of Sarajevo and don't miss The Nocturnists late night meltdown at the morgue.

  • When The Parachute Failed / Snap Judgment "Lifted"
    Snap Judgment
    09:01
    npr prx snap judgment glynn washington
    7,319

    For David Hartsock and Shirley Dygert, their entire friendship was formed and put to the ultimate test in 30 seconds. That’s how long it took them to fall to the earth from a plane. Hartsock and Dygert tell the story of the day they met in the summer of 2009 on an airfield in Texas. David and Shirley's story comes to us from the amazing radio series "Kind World," from WBUR, the NPR station in Boston. It's a special project started by Nathan Goldman sharing stories of kindness and the profound effect that one act can have on our lives. To learn more about Kind World go to WBUR.org Producer: Lisa Tobin and Michael May

  • 1 - Pilot
    NightValeRadio
    20:46
    339,697

    Pilot Episode. A new dog park opens in Night Vale. Carlos, a scientist, visits and discovers some interesting things. Seismic things. Plus, a helpful guide to surveillance helicopter-spotting. Weather: "These and More Than These" by Joseph Fink Music: Disparition, disparition.info Logo: Rob Wilson, silastom.com Produced by Commonplace Books. Written by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. More Info: welcometonightvale.com, and follow @NightValeRadio on Twitter or Facebook.

  • Secrets In The Stacks - Snap Classic
    Snap Judgment
    26:12
    Storytelling
    2,799

    When Avi Steinberg became a prison librarian, he thought his job would be to keep track of the books. Then he started reading between the lines. To learn more about Avi’s time behind bars -- and between the stacks -- be sure to check out his memoir, Running The Books. His latest book, The Lost Book of Mormon, which was nominated for the Thurber Prize for American Humor, will be out in paperback in November. Producer: Joe Rosenberg

  • Cosy and Chilly: An Agatha Christie Celebration
    Selected Shorts
    58:26
    Storytelling
    0

    Guest host David Strathairn introduces two tales by master of mystery Agatha Christie, with special comments by crime novelist Megan Abbott and Christie fan Fran Lebowitz. Lois Smith performs “Miss Marple Tells a Story,” in which Christie’s spinster sleuth boasts a little, and Hugh Dancy reads “Accident,” about a woman with a dark past come to light.

  • The Choice from Lucky Podcast
    Snap Judgment
    31:11
    Storytelling
    4,876

    Nada Rothbart thought she’d have plenty of time to get her family out of Sarajevo. Suddenly, it was too late. This story originally aired on Lucky podcast, listen to part two of Nada’s story "The Choice" here.https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/lucky-podcast/id1248736230?mt=2 Producer: Briana Breen

  • Soundtrack of Silence / Snap Judgment, "The Muse"
    Snap Judgment
    33:12
    Storytelling
    8,621

    When a young man is told is he going deaf, he sets out on a challenge to memorize the songs that defined his life. He had no idea that those songs would come back to him in the most unexpected way. A version of this story aired on KQED's Q'ed up Podcast. Producer: April Dembosky Original Score: Renzo Gorrio Sound Design: Leon Morimoto and April Dembosky

  • A Fake in the Crowd (False Alarm! part iv)
    Benjamen Walker
    26:25
    Learning
    0

    The power of the fake person, multiplied! Curator Karen Patterson puts a fake outsider artist in the museum and artist David Levine puts on a museum show about the fake crowd. We hear from a 1937 radio play that featured both Orson Welles and the first fake crowd ever broadcast on the radio. And backstage on our Radiotopia live tour, your host turns to fellow 'topes Roman Mars and Helen Zaltzman for help deciphering an unexpected laugh. PLUS!!!! The long awaited return of ToE’s original extra: Peter Choyce.

  • HBM088: Riptides and a Sinking Ship
    Here Be Monsters
    25:01
    Storytelling
    0

    A riptide recently pulled Ariana into open water off the shore of Santa Monica. She thinks it’s her closest brush with death thus far. A lifeguard rescued her. [[ FULL DESCRIPTION AT http://HBMpodcast.com ]]

  • Sabrina Benaim - Explaining My Depression to My Mother
    Button Poetry
    03:22
    button poetry
    35,777
  • Live At The Morgue from The Nocturnists Podcast
    Snap Judgment
    09:59
    Storytelling
    3,744

    What do you do when the morgue has a total meltdown. Galen Laserson tells her story live at The Nocturnist. Its host and creator is Emily Silverman, MD, its executive producer is Ali Block, MD, and its podcast producer is Marina Poole. http://thenocturnists.com/podcast/

  • Different: Stories about standing out in a crowd
    The Story Collider
    27:19
    557

    This week, we present two stories about being different, and the ways our differences can become our strengths. Part 1: Growing up, Amanda Gorman is determined to eliminate her speech impediment. Part 2: An aspiring scientist brought up in a family of artists, Elisa Schaum feels like a black sheep. Called the "next great figure of poetry in the US," 19-year-old Amanda Gorman is the first ever Youth Poet Laureate of the United States of America and a Moth GrandSLAM champion. Her first poetry book, "The One For Whom Food Is Not Enough," was published in 2015. A Harvard sophomore, she has worked as a U.N. Youth Delegate in New York City, a HERlead Fellow with girl leaders in D.C. and London, and an Ambassador for the feminist platform School of Doodle. She has been featured in the New York Times, The Boston Globe, and Teen Vogue. At 16, she founded the community project One Pen One Page, which promotes storytelling and youth activism. An oceanographer turned evolutionary biologist, Elisa Schaum investigates what makes some phytoplankton populations better at evolving under climate change than others. She does this because phytoplankton are breathtakingly beautiful, and because they pretty much rule the world: they produce half of the oxygen that we breathe, fuel food-webs and their activities determine whether the oceans can take up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. She is just now coming to the end of a position as an associate research fellow at the University of Exeter’s Satellite Campus for Strange People (more formally known as Penryn Campus), and is about to start a junior professorship at the University of Hamburg. Her life pre-science involved a lot of music and dancing. She also likes to write fairly horrific poetry (or, preferably, read splendid poetry) in her free time. Originally from Belgium, she has lived and worked in the Netherlands, Germany, France, South Africa, Italy, New Zealand and the UK.

  • Music for Babies
    ARTE Radio
    06:10
    Pop Rock
    63,630

    What would be a cool song for babies, and for those who take care of them ? An original creation by French pop-folk musician Julie B. Bonnie, recorded and mixed while she was invited in our studio for a three-days residence at ARTE Radio. Enregistrements : 11 & 12 novembre 10 - Guitare, basse : Samuel Hirsch - Violon, guitare, voix : Julie Bonnie - Mix : Samuel Hirsch - Réalisation : Julie Bonnie & Samuel Hirsch - Production : http://arteradio.com Violoniste et chanteuse rock (Forguette mi Note, Cornu, albums en solo produits par Kid Loco), Julie B. Bonnie travaille dans le civil comme auxiliaire de puériculture auprès des nouveaux-nés. Invitée en résidence au studio d'ARTE Radio, elle compose et joue avec Samuel Hirsch une chanson originale pour les premiers instants de la vie. Basse, guitare, violon, voix : Music for Babies. Download : http://bit.ly/No2y8s

  • Listen to the entire episode "The Iron Curtain"
    Snap Judgment
    39:04
    Storytelling
    8,866

    At the height of the Cold War, Ulrike Poppe just might have been the most surveilled woman in the world. But it was only after the wall fell that things got really interesting. Be sure to check out Luisa Beck’s reporting on all things Germany at The Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/people/luisa-beck/?utm_term=.c495d38cb924) as well as the work of reporter Andrew Curry, whose article in Wired first got us interested in Ulrike’s story(www.andrewcurry.com). And if you’re interested in Stasi Records Agency, can you visit their English-language website to learn more. https://www.bstu.bund.de/EN/Home/home_node.html Producer: Luisa Beck (with Production Help From Joe Rosenberg) Original Score: Renzo Gorrio

  • 2 - Glow Cloud
    NightValeRadio
    19:57
    185,095

    A mysterious, glowing cloud makes its way across Night Vale. Plus, new Boy Scouts hierarchy, community events calendar, and a PTA bake sale for a great cause! Weather: "The Bus is Late" by Satellite High, satellite-high.com Music: Disparition, disparition.info Logo: Rob Wilson, silastom.com Produced by Commonplace Books. Written by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. More Info: welcometonightvale.com, and follow @NightValeRadio on Twitter or Facebook.

  • 3 - Station Management
    NightValeRadio
    20:33
    145,994

    It's contract renewal time with station management, and negotiations get tricky. Plus, a new city litter initiative, books stop working, and a creeping fear comes to town! Weather: "Bill & Annie" by Chuck Brodsky, chuckbrodsky.com Music: Disparition, disparition.info Logo: Rob Wilson, silastom.com Produced by Commonplace Books. Written by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. More Info: welcometonightvale.com, and follow @NightValeRadio on Twitter or Facebook.

  • 4 - PTA Meeting
    NightValeRadio
    22:53
    145,906

    Last night's PTA meeting accidentally opens a rift in spacetime, and Night Vale faces the consequences. Plus, changes afoot at the Night Vale Daily Journal, controversy at Radon Canyon, and our annual high school football preview! Weather: "Closer" by The Tiny, thetiny.net Music: Disparition, disparition.info Logo: Rob Wilson, silastom.com Produced by Commonplace Books. Written by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. More Info: welcometonightvale.com, and follow @NightValeRadio on Twitter or Facebook.

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