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  • Balancing Denial
    siftpodcast
    16:57
    Science
    569

    In this BONUS to our Immersive episode, “Risk,” we explore denial and how most of our lives involve a careful balance of denial to cope with risk. Cindy Gagnon shares her avalanche story to illustrate how denial can be very unexpected. And we hear from several scientists to explain our cognitive coping mechanisms. Are you balancing your denial correctly? Our website: qualiapod.com Listen to us on the RadioPublic app to help support the show: https://radiopublic.com/qualia-6rOPlK/ep/s1!afa59 iTunes subscription: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/qualia/id1399919686?mt=2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Qualiapod/ Twitter: @qualiapod Buy and read Prof. Philip Fernbach’s Book, The Knowledge Illusion: Why We Never Think Alone: https://www.amazon.com/Knowledge-Illusion-Never-Think-Alone/dp/039918435X

  • Listen to the entire Snap Judgment episode, "The Proxy"
    Snap Judgment
    50:59
    Storytelling
    32,042

    On the next Snap..."The Proxy." What if you could be you without all of the responsibility and the guilt of being you?

  • Macron des sources (l'été 18)
    ARTE Radio
    06:09
    Storytelling
    1,804

    Incendies, Hulot, impôts... Pour ce premier numéro, Livo cherche un endroit frais dans l'actualité de l'été 2018. Et tente le car-jacking climatisé. Dépêche ! Un nouveau podcast chaque mardi Chaque mardi, depuis sa piaule lyonnaise, Livo découpe les journaux avec son micro. Il écoute la presse et lit la radio. Monte, remonte et démonte les infos. Et parfois il dégaine son micro et va chercher l’info dans la rue pour confronter la petite musique médiatique à l'autre réalité du terrain. Parodies, détournements, reportages et collages, cet artisan du son écoute l’actu d’un autre œil. Enregistrement : 3 septembre 18 - Mixage : Arnaud Forest - Réalisation : Olivier Minot - Illustration : Robin Renard

  • Vous êtes bien chez Sophie (1/3)
    ARTE Radio
    10:38
    Storytelling
    1,097

    Pour ne pas que les voix s’effacent, Sophie a gardé tous les messages du répondeur téléphonique de ses 20 ans. Des dizaines de cassettes audio, des centaines de messages qui racontent les années 90, les amis, les amours et le temps qui passe... Episode 1 Le répondeur téléphonique fait partie de ces inventions, comme le minitel ou le bi-bop, qui ont révolutionné la façon de vivre d’une génération. C’est d’ailleurs le tout premier objet acheté par Sophie pour meubler son tout premier studio, dans le quartier de la Bastille, à Paris, en 1989. Pour elle et pour sa bande de copains, cette machine est vite devenue la pierre angulaire de leur vie sociale. Mais pour Sophie, atteinte du "syndrome du sablier" qui ne veut pas que le temps s’écoule ni que les bons moment disparaissent, le répondeur a vite représenté beaucoup plus que tout ça… Enregistrements : 1989-1994, juin 18 - Mise en ondes & mix : Arnaud Forest - Texte, voix, réalisation : Sophie Simonot - Illustration : Quentin Faucompré

  • 2 - Glow Cloud
    NightValeRadio
    19:57
    190,944

    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.

  • Where Have You Been?
    The Truth Podcast
    12:16
    Audio Drama
    55,897

    Everyone thought you were missing, maybe even dead. And now you’re back. Performed by Ed Herbstman, Ben Jones, Christian Paluck, Chet Siegel, Louis Kornfeld, Amy Warren, and Asher Herbstman. The story was developed collaboratively by The Truth, with dialogue improvised by the actors. Produced by Jonathan Mitchell.

  • Vous êtes bien chez Sophie (3/3)
    ARTE Radio
    20:18
    Storytelling
    633

    Pour ne pas que les voix s’effacent, Sophie a gardé tous les messages du répondeur téléphonique de ses 20 ans. Des dizaines de cassettes audio accumulées, des centaines de messages qui racontent les années 90, les amis, les amours et le temps qui passe... Désormais réalisatrice TV et radio, Sophie commente un montage dynamique de toutes ces voix. Elle revit ses vingt ans, ses histoires d’amour et ses débuts en radio… Un formidable hommage aux pouvoirs du sonore et à la mémoire des voix, un documentaire exceptionnel à la recherche du temps perdu. Episode 3 En 1993, Sophie débarque à la Maison de la Radio comme Alice au pays des merveilles. Une année charnière, où l’amour du son s’entremêle avec l’amour tout court. Un premier stage, une rencontre explosive et décisive avec l’homme idéal, qui, dans les années 90 à Paris et en tout cas pour Sophie, se devait forcément d’être brun, latino ou breton, avec des pattes et délicieusement torturé… Enregistrements : 1989-1994, juin 18 - Mise en ondes & mix : Arnaud Forest - Texte, voix, réalisation : Sophie Simonot - Illustration : Quentin Faucompré

  • ملخص كتاب اقرأ - موقع الوراق
    DrSajed
    14:31
    17,065
  • Sex and sounds (n°1) : Premiers soupirs
    ARTE Radio
    03:53
    Storytelling
    7,768

    Quel est le son emblématique du sexe ? Remontez cette braguette, rangez votre musique d'ascenseur, cessez de gratter cette culotte de soie... il s'agit du "han" propre à la pornographie - omniprésent sur nos écrans (en navigation privée, n'est-ce pas) mais aussi dans nos lits (vu la tendance contemporaine à se prendre pour des hardeurs). Que dit le "han", mais aussi, QUI dit le "han" - et pourquoi ? Grosses explications autour d'une petite onomatopée. "Sexe & sounds", le podcast de Maïa Mazaurette tous les mardis sur ARTE Radio. Le sexe, tout le monde en parle - il paraît même qu'on en parle trop, et que ce serait du voyeurisme. Mais justement ! Parce que le voyeur utilise l'oeil, il a tendance à oublier l'oreille. Pour se réconcilier avec nos cinq sens, ARTE Radio propose chaque mardi "Sex & Sounds", le premier podcast dédié aux liaisons fructueuses entre plaisirs d'en-bas et sons d'en-haut. Des bruits du porno aux sextoys qui parlent, des langues de l'amour aux vibrations de nos jouets intimes, en passant par les mystères de l'ASMR et des musiques qui donnent envie... Réalisation : Samuel Hirsch - Texte & voix : Maïa Mazaurette - Illustration : Sjoerd van Leeuwen

  • Fight Club / Snap Judgment
    Snap Judgment
    21:29
    Storytelling
    10,886

    The first rule about fight club is you do not talk about fight club. Ray Christian breaks that rule. You can hear more of Ray on his podcast What's Ray Saying. Producer: Mark Ristich Original Score: Renzo Gorrio

  • McDrafty's Last Ride
    True Story podcast
    09:04
    Storytelling
    40,459

    A cross-country traveler decides to sell his soulmate.

  • Michael Jackson's Irish Driver
    Documentary On One, RTÉ
    39:43
    michael jackson
    21,996

    In 2006 Irish taxi driver Ray O'Hara found himself with a VIP in the back of his cab, and a fare that would last 6 months with the King of Pop - driving Michael Jackson and his family around Ireland. What started out as a 1 month stay for Michael Jackson and his three children in the Irish midlands, turned into a six month stay in the Emerald Isle - and Ray O'Hara found himself appointed as driver to Jackson when he came to live and record at Grouse Lodge studios in County Westmeath, Ireland. "The first few days I was in shock. I kept looking in the mirror to be sure the guy in the back really was Michael Jackson," said Ray. This is the story of a humble cabbie thrown into exceptional circumstances but who rose to the challenge as he became not only driver but bodyguard to the biggest star on the planet. The two men would become friends as Ray, acting as Michael's guide, brought him and his family to visit local play centres, bowling alleys, cinemas, and pubs. Incredibly word didn't get out as the owners of the businesses the singer visited chose to stay silent. When a delivery man spotted Jackson in a local bowling alley, the owner assured him the man in the funny hat was not Michael Jackson but just "a fella from Tullamore who thinks he's Michael Jackson." The documentary meets many of the other people Michael Jackson met during his stay in the Midlands where the anonymity he found allowed him to be a typical dad to his three children Prince Michael Junior (9), Paris (8) and Blanket (4). We hear also from Grouse Lodge owner Paddy Dunning on how, having survived a damaging court case, Michael settled into life in Westmeath, and how, his muse returned, he planned to move to Ireland. When word of Michael's presence in the midlands leaked out, the loyalty of locals continued with farmers giving wrong directions to media arriving in Westmeath attempting to locate Grouse Lodge. Recorded in the Midlands during the summer of 2013, each story recounted in documentary 'Michael Jackson's Irish Driver' seems more incredible than the last. "And I didn't charge Michael Jackson anything extra. Just the usual daily rate I would any customer," said Ray O'Hara.

  • 3 - Station Management
    NightValeRadio
    20:33
    150,619

    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.

  • Music for Babies
    ARTE Radio
    06:10
    Pop Rock
    69,275

    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

  • Happy Birthday - LivingVoice
    PostSecret
    00:38
    388,199

    After my grandmother passed away I saved a voice mail of her singing "It's somebody's birthday" on my phone. It means a lot to me that she always called on my birthday to sing me this song. This particular recording is still sent out to every member of my family on their birthday. She passed away in October of 2009.

  • Listen to episode Snap #924 - All Eyes On Me
    Snap Judgment
    50:17
    Storytelling
    8,125

    "Mirror Touch" - As a medical school student, Joel Salinas was obsessed with the human brain. But as soon as he got to work, his own senses began to turn on him. Joel Salinas is a neurologist at Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Neurology. He is the author of Mirror Touch: A Memoir of Synesthesia and the Secret Life of the Brain "What Accent?" - When Ellen Spencer was released from the hospital after a mysterious stroke-like episode her voice would never be the same again. "The Bat Boy and the Pine Tar Game" - Every baseball fan has heard of the superstar hitter George Brett and his infamous Pine Tar Game…but have you heard of the bat boy’s version?

  • 4 - PTA Meeting
    NightValeRadio
    22:53
    150,445

    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.

  • Listen to the entire Snap Judgment episode "Spooked VII: Pitch Black
    Snap Judgment
    51:00
    Storytelling
    52,729

    On an all-NEW Snap..."Spooked VII: Pitch Black." There is the dark of night...and then there is darkness so deep you can barely hear yourself scream. The hair-raising finale of Snap's terrifying "Spooked Week" of haunting, true-life stories. Be afraid . . .

  • What if the Devil was battling for your mind?
    ThisIsActuallyHappening
    43:07
    Storytelling
    1,176

    “What I feared the most was that these episodes would continue to increase until that’s the world I was living in, in this other nonsensical world completely detached from reality.” Producer: Whit Missildine thisisactuallyhappening.com Instagram: @actuallyhappening Episode Sponsor: Daily Harvest: daily-harvest.com Intro Music: "Illabye" - Tipper Music Bed: “Wake Up” - Spuntic Outro Music: "The Moon is Down" - El Diablo & Adam Schraft (Rojo y Negro) @eldiablosf @rojo-y-negro www.eldiablobass.com/

  • 5 - The Shape in Grove Park
    NightValeRadio
    20:48
    132,205

    A protest against the removal of the Shape In Grove Park That No One Acknowledges Or Speaks About. Plus, changes to the school curriculum, a growing tarantula problem in town, and musical auditions! Weather: "Jerusalem" by Dan Bern, danbern.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.

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