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  • Listen to the entire Snap Judgment episode "Finding Rebecca"
    Snap Judgment
    36:21
    Storytelling
    7,670

    In 1962, in a very small, very white suburb of Chicago, a young couple set out to adopt a baby girl. This story was produced in collaboration with The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/07/us/the-adopted-black-baby-and-the-white-one-who-replaced-her.html Producers: Amy Roost and Anna Sussman Original Score: Renzo Gorrio

  • La ruta larga / The Long Road
    Radio Ambulante
    39:52
    Podcast
    366

    Entre el 2014 y el 2016, más de 100 mil cubanos entraron a Estados Unidos, no por mar, sino a pie. En la primera parte de esta serie sobre la nueva era en la emigración cubana, contamos la historia de tres cubanos que hicieron una travesía clandestinamente desde Quito, Ecuador, hasta El Paso, Texas. Ellos fueron parte del flujo migratorio de cubanos que quiso entrar a Estados Unidos cuando la política de pies secos/pies mojados se veía amenazada. // Between 2014 and 2016, more than 100,000 Cubans entered the United States, not by sea, but on foot. In the first part of this series on the new era in Cuban emigration, we tell the story of three Cubans who made a clandestine voyage from Quito, Ecuador, to El Paso, Texas. They were part of themigratory flow of Cubans who wanted to enter the United States when the Wet feet, dry feet policy was threatened.

  • Nola chérie (Le Tchip n°5 - 07 décembre 17)
    ARTE Radio
    51:34
    Storytelling
    766

    Cette semaine, notre cops Jennifer Padjemi, journaliste à Buzzfeed, se joint au Tchip pour discuter de la série de Spike Lee, "Nola Darling n’en fait qu’à sa tête" ("She’s Gotta Have it" en V.O.)(11'00). Elle se confie ensuite sur la place des journalistes noirs dans les media français (34'48). Plus les brèves et les bonnes recos (45'05) de la culture afropop ! On vous recommande : Black in Tokyo - "Mudbound" sur Netflix - l'album "Take me Apart" de Kelela - Les chansons de Noël de Mariah Carey Le Tchip sur Twitter : @letchippodcast, @franzoul, @kvdonat et @jenniferpadjemi Enregistrement : 4 décembre 17 - Réalisation : Charlie Marcelet - Chroniqueurs : Mélanie Wanga, François Oulac, Kévi Donat

  • Hennessy Reese LAFLARE Podcast
    Hennessy
    16:45
    57,172
  • Le gras est politique
    ARTE Radio
    37:54
    Storytelling
    893

    Elles sont grosses et sont discriminées pour cela. Ce sont des remarques, des regards, des insultes, des commentaires. C'est un patron de restaurant qui, lors d'un entretien, vous annonce qu'il ne peut vous embaucher parce que vous dissuaderiez les clients de commander des desserts. C'est un médecin qui passe à côté du bon diagnostic, car il estime que tout est lié à votre poids. C’est un amant qui n’ose pas s’afficher à vos côtés. Dans ce troisième épisode d’Un podcast à soi, elles racontent avec puissance leur quotidien et leur recherche de liberté. Leurs récits bouleversants interrogent notre rapport aux normes esthétiques et alimentaires, et donne à comprendre pourquoi la grossophobie est un enjeu féministe. Avec : Lucie (@lucie_larousse) - Olga (@theutoptimist) - Daria et Eva, du collectif Gras Politique - Solenn Carof, sociologue (ses publications). Extraits de : « Coup de gueule contre la grossophobie » d'Anne Zamberlan - « Rapetisse » de Lucie Larousse. Livres : « Le poids : un enjeu féministe » de Susie Orbach (Marabout, 2017) - « On ne naît pas grosse » de Gabrielle Deydier (Gouttes d'or, 2017) Mise en ligne : 06 décembre 2017 - Enregistrements : novembre 17 - Réalisation : Samuel Hirsch - Prises de son, texte, voix : Charlotte Bienaimé - Lecture : Estelle Clément Béalem - Illustration : Anna Wanda Gogusey

  • Romanesque (1/8) : La chanteuse
    ARTE Radio
    05:21
    Storytelling
    461

    Après avoir été dompteur de lions au sein du cirque de son père, puis équilibriste dans les rues de Paris, Alexandre Romanès fait la rencontre de Délia, une jeune chanteuse hongroise au tempérament bien trempé. « Un soir dans la petite caravane, elle a placé une énorme croix contre sa poitrine nue et moi j’ai pensé : il faut absolument que je lui fasse un enfant. » Ensemble, ils vécurent heureux et eurent beaucoup d’aventures. Âme du cirque tzigane qui porte son nom, Alexandre Romanès nous conte l'histoire de sa vie. Entretien, prises de son et montage : Jérôme Sandlarz - Musiques : Cezame - Mise en ondes et mix : Samuel Hirsch - Illustrations : Miroslav Sekulic-Struja

  • A New Niamh
    Documentary On One, RTÉ
    40:16
    Storytelling
    346

    Niamh has decided to give up shoplifting for Christmas. She put that simple pledge on Facebook for her grandson’s sake. She’s in been in prison before when her son was small and she doesn’t want another small boy to see her in prison again. She wants him to know a new Niamh: The one who writes poetry does stand-up comedy and is famous on Facebook for making people laugh. But, it won’t be easy. Stealing is profitable and thrilling. Turning over a new leaf is a daily struggle and getting through Christmas is especially tough - her clients contact her asking her to rob Christmas presents for them. But Niamh is determined - will she succeed?

  • El final del viaje / The End of the Journey
    Radio Ambulante
    35:10
    Podcast
    82

    Por más de 50 años los cubanos tuvieron las puertas abiertas para entrar a Estados Unidos. Eso cambió a principios de este año, cuando el presidente Obama cambió las reglas de inmigración, dejando varados a cientos de cubanos que ya habían comenzado su viaje por Sur y Centro América. Ivo Torres es uno de los que se quedó afuera. Ahora su futuro depende de poder contestar una pregunta clave: en pleno siglo XXI, ¿los cubanos son migrantes políticos o económicos? // El final del viaje Por más de 50 años los cubanos tuvieron las puertas abiertas para entrar a Estados Unidos. Eso cambió a principios de este año, cuando el presidente Obama cambió las reglas de inmigración, dejando varados a cientos de cubanos que ya habían comenzado su viaje por Sur y Centro América. Ivo Torres es uno de los que se quedó afuera. Ahora su futuro depende de poder contestar una pregunta clave: en pleno siglo XXI, ¿los cubanos son migrantes políticos o económicos? The End of the Journey For more than 50 years Cubans had the doors open to enter the United States. That changed earlier this year, when President Obama changed immigration rules, leaving hundreds of Cubans who had already begun their journey through South and Central America, stranded. Ivo Torres is one of those who been left out. Now his future depends on being able to answer a key question: in the XXI century, are Cubans political or economic migrants?

  • Doubt: Stories about moments of uncertainty in science
    The Story Collider
    24:16
    1,848

    This week, we present two stories of doubt in science, from a mysterious illness to imposter syndrome.  Part 1: A sudden illness casts doubt on whether Maia Pujara will be able to finish her neuroscience PhD. Maia Pujara received her Ph.D. in Neuroscience from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she developed a passion for science outreach, science communication, and promoting women and underrepresented minorities in STEM. She's a postdoc at the National Institutes of Health to study the brain regions that are critical for helping us regulate our emotions, learn about rewards, and make flexible, adaptive choices. Though focused when it comes to academic matters, Maia has always had a “breadth-over-depth” philosophy with hobbies and has so far taken up playing the guitar, playing the ukulele, radio DJ-ing, baking, mixology, palmistry, watercoloring, knitting, crocheting, ice-skating, ultimate frisbee, improv, acting, and screenwriting. Follow her on Twitter @neuro_sigh Part 2: After growing up under humble circumstances in St. Lucia, Whitney Henry feels like an imposter in her PhD program at Harvard. Whitney Henry is originally from the beautiful Caribbean Island of St Lucia. She relocated to the US after receiving a full presidential academic scholarship from Grambling State University where she completed her BS in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. She earned a PhD in Biological and Biomedical Sciences from Harvard University and is currently a postdoctoral associate in the lab of Dr. Robert Weinberg at the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research. Her research focuses on identifying biological processes that drive tumor relapse following chemotherapy in ovarian cancer. When she is not engaged in lab, Whitney enjoys mentoring and traditional Caribbean dancing.

  • Institutions of Higher Earning
    Reveal
    53:06
    News & Politics
    167

    Across the country, universities are being criticized over issues of money: from how they spend their endowments, to how they raise tuition, to how they award financial aid. Many students are feeling the pinch. They’re going into debt to pay for their education, or abandoning their dreams of a college degree altogether. This week on Reveal, we take a look at the bottom line for universities and students. -- To explore more reporting, visit revealnews.org or find us on fb.com/ThisIsReveal, Twitter @reveal or Instagram @revealnews.

  • Romanesque (2/8) : Mes deux mères
    ARTE Radio
    06:18
    Storytelling
    399

    Bien avant de choisir Romanès comme nom de guerre, Alexandre faisait partie du clan Bouglione, l’une des grandes familles du cirque. Alors que ses parents, Firmin et Violette, sont en tournée à Nice, ils croisent une gitane calabraise et lui proposent un drôle de marché : « La proposition a dû lui plaire puisqu’elle est montée dans la voiture avec eux ». Retour aux origines d'une vie d'aventures. Âme du cirque tzigane qui porte son nom, Alexandre Romanès nous conte l'histoire de sa vie. Entretien, prises de son et montage : Jérôme Sandlarz - Musiques : Cezame - Mise en ondes et mix : Samuel Hirsch - Illustrations : Miroslav Sekulic-Struja

  • UT System oil money is a gusher for its administration — and a trickle for students
    Reveal
    19:57
    News & Politics
    126
  • El equipo fantasma / The Phantom Team
    Radio Ambulante
    15:29
    Podcast
    271

    El fútbol y la política no siempre se mezclan. Después del golpe que llevó el General Augusto Pinochet al poder, la selección chilena de 1973 se convirtió en un símbolo de un país dividido. El productor Dennis Maxwell tiene la historia de un equipo, y un partido que nunca debió ocurrir. // Soccer, politics and protest are an often combustible mix. The Chilean national team of 1973 became a symbol of a divided country after the coup that brought General Augusto Pinochet to power. Producer Dennis Maxwell has the inside story of a team, and a game that never should have happened.

  • Plein la bouche
    ARTE Radio
    04:18
    Storytelling
    618

    Vous trouvez les gémissements des performeuses pornographiques trop clichés ? Pour vous exciter, tentez les divers fétichismes de la bouche : la déglutition, l'humiliation des lèvres, les béances de la bouche, bref les joies du partialisme oral. Une plongée dans les profondeurs de notre inconscient culturel, et une visite guidée de l'autre palais du sexe. Enregistrement : 3 décembre 17 - Réalisation : Samuel Hirsch - Texte & voix : Maïa Mazaurette

  • Isn't It Nice
    Strangers Podcast
    34:29
    Storytelling
    86

    We end the year, as we began, with a story about Jared in St George, Utah, and we reflect on the beautiful difference a year can make, even for someone who thought his whole future had disappeared. If you need a bit of hope this holiday season, or want to make some changes for the New Year, this one’s for you.

  • HBM087: Trifle Not with Sacred Things
    Here Be Monsters
    13:04
    Storytelling
    0

    It hasn’t been easy for Ashley Fryer to let go of her faith. For thirty years, she dedicated her life to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She grew up attending church multiple times a week, and dutifully studied her scriptures. Over the years, she found inconsistencies in church doctrine, and would pile these up on what she calls ‘the shelf’. She’d pile it higher and higher, thinking, “well, I’ll deal with it later.” Eventually, her shelf broke. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AT hbmpodcast.com]]

  • #104: What if you woke up to a loud bang?
    ThisIsActuallyHappening
    49:19
    Storytelling
    368

    “There is no answers, I’ll never get my apology…I’ll never get my closure.” Producers: Whit Missildine and Lisa Zaid - thisisactuallyhappening.org Instagram: @actuallyhappening Music: “Cylinder Four” – Chris Zabriskie This Is Actually Happening Team: Whit Missildine, Lisa Zaid and Ryan Black To help Lisa Zaid rebuild her home after the Thomas Fire in California, please donate at: https://www.gofundme.com/help-the-zaid-family-rebuild Sponsor: BarkBox. Listeners to This Is Actually Happening get a free month of BarkBox deliveries when you go to BarkBox.com/actually. Sponsor: HelloFresh.com. Listeners to This Is Actually Happening get $30 off at HelloFresh.com when you enter the promo code: actually30. Outro Music: "The Moon is Down" - El Diablo & Adam Schraft (Rojo y Negro) @eldiablosf @rojo-y-negro www.eldiablobass.com/

  • 119 - eGemony, Part 3: "A Story of Love and Horror"
    NightValeRadio
    24:20
    2,062

    Part 3 of 3: As the title states, a story of love and horror. This episode was co-written with Glen David Gold. The voice of Hugh Jackman was Hunter Canning. Weather: "Turn Into It" by Jamey Browning soundcloud.com/james-browning-142333614 Plus, Live Tours of "All Hail" in the US and Australia/New Zealand (Nov 2017 - Feb 2018 Dates) welcometonightvale.com, click on live shows Come to the inaugural PodCon in Seattle Dec 9-10 podcon.com Music: Disparition, disparition.info. Logo: Rob Wilson, robwilsonwork.com. Produced by Night Vale Presents. Written by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. More Info: welcometonightvale.com, and follow @NightValeRadio on Twitter or Facebook.

  • Episode 80: Photo, Hair, Fingerprint
    CriminalShow
    25:43
    Podcast
    0

    In 1988, a man in Hickory, NC was sentenced to life in prison based on evidence that experts would later call "junk science." It took him 24 years to convince someone to look at the evidence again. Criminal is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. If you haven't already, please review us on iTunes! It's an important way to help new listeners discover the show: iTunes.com/CriminalShow. Say hello on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Sign up for The Accomplice. If you'd like to introduce friends or family members to podcasts, we created a How to Listen guide based on frequently asked questions. Artwork by Julienne Alexander.

  • 117: Let's Get Married!
    The Mortified Podcast
    24:00
    Storytelling
    0

    Tales of kids with an unbridled passion to hear wedding bells. The Mortified Podcast is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. Listen to all episodes @ getmortified.com

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