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  • Listen to the entire Snap Judgment episode "The Badlands"
    Snap Judgment
    50:09
    Storytelling
    3,797

    For two years, Isis fought to take over the city of Mosul, killing 40,000 civilians. This is a story about a group of men and women, from around the world, who packed up their bags flew into Iraq, and made their way to Mosul, to try their hand at fighting Isis, back. Check out more from the Free Burma Rangers at http://www.freeburmarangers.org/ Producer: Anna Sussman Original Score: Renzo Gorrio

  • Fake Nudes (False Alarm! part ii)
    Benjamen Walker
    41:41
    Learning
    0

    The future of face-swapping! The REAL deepfakes speaks! Artist Lynn Hershman Leeson tells us how technology has transformed the way she plays with fact and fiction. Dipayan Ghosh warns us about AI powered ad-targeting. Criminal’s Phoebe and Lauren drop knowledge on the untrue in true crime. Plus your host meets STORMY DANIELS!

  • 126 - A Door Ajar Part 3
    NightValeRadio
    25:15
    Storytelling
    1,044

    There's been an entire ocean in Old Town Night Vale. This episode was co-written with Brie Williams. Weather: “Clockwork Family” by Dan Warren. soundcloud.com/danwarren Night Vale Presents Birthday Party, June 8th at the Bell House in New York City. Tickets on sale Friday, April 20. http://www.welcometonightvale.com/live Final “ALL HAIL” tour dates happening right now in the U.S. and Canada. http://www.welcometonightvale.com/live Brand new stickers, Night Vale Community College t-shirts, and more in our store. https://topatoco.com/collections/wtnv Music: Disparition http://disparition.info Logo: Rob Wilson http://robwilsonwork.com Written by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. http://welcometonightvale.com Follow us on Twitter @NightValeRadio or Facebook. Produced by Night Vale Presents. http://nightvalepresents.com

  • Running Man / Snap Judgment - Exodus
    Snap Judgment
    27:02
    Storytelling
    6,460

    When a rising high school track star in Eritrea, East Africa, is arrested under the military dictatorship, he realizes he might have a way out....run. For more information about issues facing African migrants in Israel and resources on how to help, visit Israeli organization Kav LaOved’s website: http://www.kavlaoved.org.il/en/about/aboutkavlaoved/ Teklit Michal writes a blog for Times of Israel and hosts a news channel in Tirgrinya for fellow Eritreans in Israel. You can follow his work on his Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/fissehaye.teklit Producer: Shaina Shealy

  • Que sont-ils devenus ? (2/4) : Ange
    ARTE Radio
    25:41
    Storytelling
    634

    Ancienne prof dans une banlieue difficile, Delphine Saltel retrouve les élèves qu’elle avait enregistrés au collège et confronte leur voix d’enfant à leur parcours d’adulte. 12 ou 15 ans après leur troisième, que sont devenus les petits caïds et les premiers de la classe ? Inattendu, drôle et parfois dérangeant, un podcast documentaire sensible sur l’école, la banlieue et la diversité des destins. En partenariat avec L’Obs. 2. Ange Dans mes souvenirs de prof débutante, Ange, c’était la terreur. L’élève que je redoutais de croiser dans le couloir. Un grand gaillard imposant, et un perturbateur qui sabotait mes cours sur le complément d’objet direct. Il a d'ailleurs fini par se faire exclure du collège . Quand je le retrouve, il a 25 ans et un profil de gendre idéal, en CDI et propre sur lui. Comment ça marche, une telle métamorphose ? Enregistrements : septembre 17 - Mise en ondes, musique et mixage : Arnaud Forest - Illustration : Pauline Aubry - Prises de son, voix, réalisation : Delphine Saltel

  • 125 - A Door Ajar Part 2
    NightValeRadio
    27:53
    Storytelling
    749

    There's been a shipwreck in the desert. This episode was co-written with Brie Williams. Weather: “Source Decay” by Holy Sons. https://www.holysons.com FINAL US & CANADA TOUR DATES of "All Hail" (Apr 2018). http://welcometonightvale.com, click on live shows Music: Disparition http://disparition.info Logo: Rob Wilson http://robwilsonwork.com Written by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. http://welcometonightvale.com Follow us on Twitter @NightValeRadio or Facebook. Produced by Night Vale Presents. http://nightvalepresents.com

  • Strange Bedfellows
    Selected Shorts
    58:11
    Storytelling
    0

    Guest host Cynthia Nixon presents two stories about strange, and strained, relationships. In James Salter's "Last Night," a dying wife has a last supper. The reader is Amy Ryan. And Padgett Powell imagines what would happen if Janis Joplin met Charles Dickens in the third grade. John Cameron Mitchell reads "Joplin and Dickens."

  • #111: What if you had to relearn who you are?
    ThisIsActuallyHappening
    38:02
    Storytelling
    1,133

    "It put everything that I thought about myself into question...I didn't know what I believed. I didn't know what was real, what was fake." Producer: Whit Missildine thisisactuallyhappening.org Instagram: @actuallyhappening Music: "Cylinder Four" "Cylinder Five" - Chris Zabriskie This Is Actually Happening Team: Whit Missildine, Lisa Zaid and Ryan Black Outro Music: "The Moon is Down" - El Diablo & Adam Schraft (Rojo y Negro) @eldiablosf @rojo-y-negro www.eldiablobass.com/

  • Mycose the night (n°15) : Haut les mains
    ARTE Radio
    35:57
    Storytelling
    518

    D'où vient le doigt d'honneur, est-ce que sucer son pouce c'est tromper son majeur, et le pouce bleu est-il le nouveau poing levé ? Klaire fait Grr, Jean-Jacques et Elodie Font, font, font les petites marionettes, se penchent sur la main, ses lignes de vie, ses ongles à problèmes, la main qui applaudit, qui caresse, qui fait coucou, caché, oh, tiens, l'alliance a du tomber dans l'évier. Mycose the night - 1 mercredi sur 2 Enregistrements : 3 avril 18 - Réalisation : Arnaud Forest - Textes & voix : Elodie Font, Klaire fait Grr - Illustration : Pauline Aubry

  • Que sont-ils devenus ? (1/4) : Abdelkader
    ARTE Radio
    23:32
    Storytelling
    418

    Ancienne prof dans une banlieue difficile, Delphine Saltel retrouve les élèves qu’elle avait enregistrés au collège et confronte leur voix d’enfant à leur parcours d’adulte. 12 ou 15 ans après leur troisième, que sont devenus les petits caïds et les premiers de la classe ? Inattendu, drôle et parfois dérangeant, un podcast documentaire sensible sur l’école, la banlieue et la diversité des destins. En partenariat avec L’Obs. 1. Abdelkader A 14 ans, Abdelkader, cancre ingérable mais attachant, était abonné aux conseils de discipline et massacrait Rimbaud. Il rêvait de quitter le collège au plus vite, d’aller en BEP, d’entrer enfin dans la vraie vie. Quand je le retrouve 10 ans plus tard, il habite encore chez sa mère et ne manque pas d’aplomb pour raconter les turbulences de sa vie au quartier. Enregistrements : septembre 17 - Mise en ondes, musique et mixage : Arnaud Forest - Illustration : - Pauline Aubry - Prises de son, voix, réalisation : Delphine Saltel

  • Sex and sounds (n°23) : Les playlists du sexe
    ARTE Radio
    05:26
    Storytelling
    644

    Les playlists du sexe vous ennuient ? Bienvenue au club. Si les hits-parades des chambres à coucher sont toujours les mêmes, c'est parce qu'ils ressassent les mêmes exigences - voire le même conditionnement. En attendant le Graal sexuel dont les vibrations feraient monter la sauce, vous reprendrez bien un peu de soupe ? Sex and sounds, le podcast de Maïa Mazaurette, un mardi sur deux. A retrouver aussi sur la chaîne Youtube ARTE Radio. Enregistrements : mars 18 - Mise en ondes & mix : Arnaud Forest - Texte & voix : Maïa Mazaurette - Illustration : Sjoerd van Leeuwen

  • Trumping Hate_256
    Reveal
    52:23
    News & Politics
    95

    There’s been a lot of conversation about whether Donald Trump has inspired a new wave of hate in America. Reveal reporter Will Carless set out to understand the president’s role in hundreds of hate incidents across the country, with help from the Documenting Hate project led by ProPublica. He found a striking pattern that extended across races, religions and sexual orientation. We also examine what’s going on inside the government agency that’s supposed to be fighting discrimination, the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division. And we ask what it takes for bystanders in hate speech incidents to become allies. Don’t miss the next big story. Get the Weekly Reveal newsletter at revealnews.org/newsletter.

  • Pack Of Lies (Part One of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    Audiobooks
    0

    Real-life events during the Cold War inspired Hugh Whitemore’s thriller. In suburban London, loyalty, duty, and friendship conflict with one another when the Jacksons slowly discover that the Krogers, their neighbors and cherished best friends, are Russian spies. A gripping play that may leave you wondering exactly what it is those nice people next door are really up to. Directed by Peter Levin Rosalind Ayres as Barbara Jackson Martin Jarvis as Stewart Megan Austin Oberle as Julie/Sally Roxanne Hart as Helen Kroger Sione Owen as Thelma Julian Sands as Bob Jackson David Selby as Peter Kroger Includes a piece with shortwave radio expert David Goren, who guides us through the sinister underground world of the shortwave “numbers stations.” Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in June of 2004.

  • 027 The Marble Faun - Part 1
    Everything Is Stories
    48:07
    Storytelling
    0

    A story of a runaway, sexual identity, and survival in the wake of loss. Part one of this two-part episode follows Jerry Torre - well known for his appearance in the 1975 documentary Grey Gardens. As a child he ran from his home in Brooklyn and began working as a gardener for the wealthy in East Hampton, NY. While there he stumbles upon the now-famous Grey Gardens property and begins regularly staying with the Beales, helping maintain the property and becoming friends with the two women.   At the same time he begins to discover his own sexuality, traveling back to the Manhattan and immersing himself in the gay community at various bath houses and late night clubs. Following the passing of the Edith Beale, Jerry is given an opportunity to travel overseas - becoming the gardener for the Royal Family of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh. Produced by Bart Barshaw, Paulus Van Horn, Daniel Navetta, Garrett Crowe, Tyler Wray, and Mike Martinez Music by Total Control, Dan Svizeny, and Cocoa Leaf.

  • Tesla and Beyond: Hidden Problems of Silicon Valley
    Reveal
    53:37
    News & Politics
    844

    Tech companies in Silicon Valley are under the microscope for not living up to their idealistic pledges to save the world. On this week’s episode of Reveal, we investigate companies on the cutting edge that are struggling to solve some old-fashioned problems: Worker safety at Tesla, and diversity at Google and beyond. Don’t miss out on the next big story. Get the Weekly Reveal newsletter today at revealnews.org/newsletter.

  • Dreams: Stories about ambition
    The Story Collider
    27:06
    68

    This week, we're presenting stories about scientific ambitions and dreams -- and the ways in which they meet reality. Part 1: Planetary geologist Sara Mazrouei misses out on a dream opportunity -- because of where she was born. Part 2: Working in conservation, marine ecologist Madhavi Colton faces down despair as the challenges feel overwhelming. Sara Mazrouei is a PhD candidate in planetary geology at the University of Toronto. She’s also a science communicator with a passion for sharing the wonders of the universe with the public. Sara is a big advocate for women in STEM. One day she’ll go dancing on the Moon.  Madhavi Colton is the Program Director at the Coral Reef Alliance. She oversees an international portfolio of community-driven conservation programs that are addressing local threats to reefs, including over-fishing, poor water quality, sedimentation, and habitat destruction. Madhavi is also spearheading new scientific research into how ecosystems adapt to the effects of climate change and is applying this knowledge to develop innovative approaches to coral conservation. Her expertise lies in building partnerships between academic researchers, non-profit organizations, governments and local communities to implement durable conservation solutions. She has worked in California, Hawai‘i, the Mesoamerican region, Indonesia, Fiji and Australia. Madhavi has a Ph.D. in Marine Ecology from the University of Melbourne, Australia.

  • Pack Of Lies (Part Two of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    Audiobooks
    0

    Real-life events during the Cold War inspired Hugh Whitemore’s thriller. In suburban London, loyalty, duty, and friendship conflict with one another when the Jacksons slowly discover that the Krogers, their neighbors and cherished best friends, are Russian spies. A gripping play that may leave you wondering exactly what it is those nice people next door are really up to. Directed by Peter Levin Rosalind Ayres as Barbara Jackson Martin Jarvis as Stewart Megan Austin Oberle as Julie/Sally Roxanne Hart as Helen Kroger Sione Owen as Thelma Julian Sands as Bob Jackson David Selby as Peter Kroger Includes a piece with shortwave radio expert David Goren, who guides us through the sinister underground world of the shortwave “numbers stations.” Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in June of 2004.

  • Episode 290: Michelle Dean
    Longform
    01:07:14
    67

    Michelle Dean is a journalist and critic. Her new book is Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion. “There isn’t one answer. I wish there was one answer. The answer is: You just have to wing it. And I’m learning that — I’m learning to be okay with the winging it. ... I guess the lesson to me of what went on with a lot of women in the book is: You have to be comfortable with the fact that some days are going to be good, and some days are going to not be good.” Thanks to MailChimp for sponsoring this week's episode. @michelledean michelledean.tumblr.com Dean on Longform [00:45] Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion (Grove Press • 2018) [01:35] "Dee Dee Wanted Her Daughter To Be Sick, Gypsy Wanted Her Mom To Be Murdered" (Buzzfeed • Aug 2016) [08:10] annefriedman.com [08:50] "The Daily Show's Woman Problem" (Irin Carmon • Jezebel • June 2010) [09:20] "Someone Got 'The Daily Show' in My Jezebel and Together They Taste A Little Weird" (The Awl • July 2010) [15:20] "Waterworld Review" (KillerMovies • July 1995) [20:25] Every Love Story is a Ghost Story: A Life of David Foster Wallace (D. T. Max • Penguin Books • 2013) [20:35] "A Supposedly True Thing Jonathan Franzen Said About David Foster Wallace" (The Awl • Oct 2011) [26:25] "The Perils of Pauline" (Renata Adler • The New York Review of Books • Aug 1980) [28:30] "How Unauthorized Is the New Book About Harper Lee?" (Gawker • July 2014) [31:05] Dean’s Archive on The Guardian [30:20] How Should A Person Be (Sheila Heti • Picador • 2013) [35:30] "True Lives" (James Wood • The New Yorker • June 2012) [35:40] "Listening to Women" (Slate • June 2012) [40:30] Longform Podcast #156: Renatta Adler [51:05] Mommy Dead and Dearest (Erin Lee Carr • 2017) [51:15] Longform Podcast #248: Erin Lee Carr [64:00] Gerard Manley Hopkins

  • Mon enfant terrible
    ARTE Radio
    29:59
    Storytelling
    740

    Oscar, 2 ans et 8 mois, pique des grosses colères à toute heure du jour et de la nuit. Il tape, se roule par terre, devient rouge écarlate, mord… Ses parents sont perdus, ils ne dorment plus, culpabilisent, s’engueulent. Alors sa mère va trouver réconfort et conseils auprès de ses copines avec des enfants également "difficiles". Et quand vraiment ça devient ingérable, les parents d’Oscar vont voir une psy. Mais avant même d’appliquer ses conseils, il se passe un truc étrange… En racontant son histoire à la première personne, Karine Le Loët affronte avec humour les tabous sur les enfants difficiles, la culpabilité des mères, les tensions dans le couple, la difficulté à élever un enfant... tout en restant jusqu'au bout lucide et drôle. Un podcast d'utilité publique. Enregistrements : octobre 17-mars 18 - Mise en ondes, musique originale et mix : Samuel Hirsch - Réalisation : Karine Le Loët - Illustration : Jennifer Bongibault

  • Fight or Flight: Stories about confronting threats
    The Story Collider
    30:39
    289

    This week, we present two stories about confronting threats -- whether it’s actual physical danger or a threat to your career. Part 1: Climate scientist Kim Cobb is exploring a cave in Borneo when rocks begin to fall. Part 2: Neurobiologist Lyl Tomlinson is startled when he's accused of stealing cocaine from his lab. Kim Cobb is a researcher who uses corals and cave stalagmites to probe the mechanisms of past, present, and future climate change. Kim has sailed on multiple oceanographic cruises to the deep tropics and led caving expeditions to the rainforests of Borneo in support of her research. Kim has received numerous awards for her research, most notably a NSF CAREER Award in 2007, and a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers in 2008. She is an Editor for Geophysical Research Letters, sits on the international CLIVAR Pacific Panel, and serves on the Advisory Council for the AAAS Leshner Institute for Public Engagement. As a mother to four, Kim is a strong advocate for women in science, and champions diversity and inclusion in all that she does. She is also devoted to the clear and frequent communication of climate change to the public through speaking engagements and social media. Lyl Tomlinson is a Brooklyn native and a neuroscience graduate student at Stony Brook University. He is also a science communication fanatic who often asks: “Would my grandma understand this?” Using this question as a guiding principle, he won the 2014 NASA FameLab science communication competition and became the International final runner-up. In addition to making complex information understandable, he has a growing interest in science policy. Lyl meets with government representatives to advocate for science related issues and regularly develops programs to tackle problems ranging from scientific workforce issues to the Opioid Epidemic. Outside of his work and career passions, he seems to harbor an odd obsession with sprinkles and is a (not so) comic book and anime nerd.

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