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  • Dropped and dismissed: Child sex abuse lost in the system
    News & Politics

    The scandal around USA Gymnastics and former Olympic team doctor Larry Nassar is shining a spotlight on the sexual abuse of young athletes. This week, Reveal revisits the story of a woman who decides to confront the coach she says abused her decades earlier. Reporter Tennessee Watson was abused by her gymnastics coach when she was a kid in the 1980s. Over 25 years later, when she learned he still was coaching children, she called the police. Her inside account of the arduous process of seeking justice in her own case exposes discrepancies in prosecutors’ responses to reports of child sexual abuse and highlights a lack of accountability. --- Head over to for more of our reporting. Follow us on Facebook at and on Twitter @reveal. And to see some of what you're hearing, we're also on Instagram @revealnews.

  • Un podcast à soi (n°5) : Qui gardera les enfants ?
    ARTE Radio

    Pour que des femmes de classes supérieures puissent prétendre à l'égalité professionnelle avec les hommes, et que les couples puissent résoudre l'inégale répartition des tâches domestiques, d'autres femmes moins favorisées deviennent travailleuses domestiques. A Paris comme à New york ou à Londres, elles sont souvent migrantes et laissent leurs propres enfants au pays pour venir prendre soin de ceux des autres. Elles sont nounous, font le ménage ou s'occupent des personnes âgées dépendantes. Leurs voix participent pleinement de notre compréhension de la division sexuelle et raciale du travail domestique. Avec : Patricia et Mirabelle - Rose Myrlie Joseph, docteur études de genre à l’université de Lausanne et en Sociologie à l’université Paris 7 - Caroline Ibos, docteur en science politique, maître de conférences à l'université de Haute Bretagne (Rennes 2) Textes : « Chanson Douce » Leïla Slimani - « Qui gardera nos enfants - les nounous et les mères » Caroline Ibos - « Sister outsider » Audre Lorde - « Zami » Audre Lorde Remerciements : Jules Falquet - Zita Cabais Obra - Sylvie Fofana En partenariat avec le magazine Causette. Enregistrements : Janvier 2018 - Réalisation : Samuel Hirsch - Prises de son, texte & voix : Charlotte Bienaimé - Lectures : Laure Giappiconi - Illustration : Anna Wanda Gogusey

  • Sex and sounds (n°17): Les secrets d'une voix sexy
    ARTE Radio

    Envie de faire monter la température sous la couette ? Entre deux déballages de dirty talking, n'oubliez pas que votre voix est sexy... sauf quand vous essayez d'être sexy (car le monde du sexe est contre-intuitif). Une experte en lectures érotiques (Gabra Zackman) vous explique comment réchauffer les esprits sans tomber dans les clichés. Sex and sounds, le podcast de Maïa Mazaurette, tous les mardis. Enregistrements : 04 février 18 - Mise en ondes & mix : Arnaud Forest - Texte & voix : Maïa Mazaurette

  • The End of Policing, Alex Vitale
    Making Contact
    News & Politics

    Like this program? Please show us the love. Click here and support our non-profit journalism. Thanks! Alex Vitale is Professor of Sociology and coordinator of the Policing and Social Justice Project at Brooklyn College. Vitale’s book The End of Policing, is an accessible study of police history as an imperial tool for social control that continues to exacerbate class and racial tensions. Vitale also goes deep into the shortcomings of reform and in contrast, deepens the conversations around meaningful alternatives to ultimately ask the people to consider the end of policing. Special thanks to Producers: Della Duncan, Robert Raymond; Upstream podcast.

  • La réparation
    ARTE Radio

    Enfant, Assetou a été excisée. A 32 ans, elle a décidé de subir une opération du clitoris pour retrouver le plaisir et l'estime de soi. A l'approche du passage au bloc, la jeune femme appréhende. Va t-elle franchir le pas ? Alexandra Vardi a rencontré Assetou avant et après l'opération. Enregistrements : mars/septembre 17 - Mise en ondes, musique et mix : Samuel Hirsch - Réalisation : Alexandra Vardi

  • Heartbreak: Stories about times science breaks our hearts
    The Story Collider

    This week, in honor of Valentine's Day, we're presenting two stories about heartbreak in science. Part 1: Rattled by a recent heartbreak, neuroscientist Prabarna Ganguly makes a mistake in the lab. Part 2: Marine ecologist Kirsten Grorud-Colvert bonds with her diving buddy when they have an unexpected encounter with a hammerhead shark.  Prabarna Ganguly is one of the many Bostonian graduate students, studying neuroscience at Northeastern University. Her research focuses on how and why maternal care is necessary for the healthy development of infants. As an aspiring science writer, she is constantly looking for good science stories to share, and makes sure that her elevator pitches are always grandma-friendly. Comfortably Indian, she likes cricket, Pink Floyd, and enjoys simple frivolities. Also, having just dyed her hair red, she is quite excited about its possibilities.   Note: Kirsten's story was produced as part of our partnership with Springer Nature's Springer Storytellers program. Find out more at Kirsten Grorud-Colvert is a marine ecologist at Oregon State University, where she has studied ocean organisms in the Oregon nearshore, the Florida Keys, and California’s Catalina Island, along with other marine systems from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean. She uses data from different species and habitats to ask, What happens when you protect an area in the ocean? And what can we learn from those areas to design even better protection? She also directs the Science of Marine Reserves Project and loves learning from her creative colleagues in science, communication, and graphic design. Kirsten has always been obsessed with water—that’s what growing up in the 120 degrees Arizona desert will do to you!  

  • GBA Replayed - GBA 66 Iris
    Getting Better Acquainted

    It's another episode of GBA Replayed which showcases some of the conversations recorded in the early years of Getting Better Acquainted. ------------ In GBA 66 we get better acquainted with Iris. Sitting in my childhood home away from home we talk about Histories: personal, social, local and shared. Our conversation goes places - the excitement of London in the 60's, visiting Germany after WW2, providing educational support and assistance to disabled students, the psycho-geography of cities, the use of the word chav and discovering the heritage of a tiny part of Coventry are some of those places. Oh yeah, and we talk about what I was like when I was 12. Iris Plugs: "Don't keep hankering about going a long way away to find things out, look on your doorstep because often the answer is there, and look at your own environment and learn from it, and sortof... put your roots down where you are." And the Willenhall Local History Group that she is the secretary for and the Virtual Museum Coventry: She has just set up an excellent blog for the Group: This conversation took place during the events documented in: Iris is Steve's Mother: I plug: Mansplaining Masculinity: The Book: The Family Tree: Down to a sunless sea: memories of my dad: goosefat101/down-to-a-sunless-sea-memories-of-my-dad-d1d2d3a61360">…my-dad-d1d2d3a61360 What About the Men? Mansplaining Masculinity: Standuptragedy – Sut-presents-what-about-the-men-mansplaining-maculinity Help more people get better acquainted. If you like what you hear why not write an iTunes review? Follow @GBApodcast on Twitter. Like Getting Better Acquainted on facebook. Tell your friends. Spread the word!

  • 121 - A Story of Love and Horror, Part 1: "Barks"

    A story of love and horror. Part 1 of 3. Weather: "Riches and Wonders" by Eliza Rickman & Jherek Bischoff & ADDED USA TOUR DATES of "All Hail" (Apr 2018). Plus shows in Australia (Feb 2018), click on live shows Music for this episode: Joseph Fink Music for other episodes: Disparition Logo: Rob Wilson Written by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. Follow us on Twitter @NightValeRadio or Facebook. Produced by Night Vale Presents.

    AKT1 Radiodrama

    BONNIE MØDER KØDSKAM OG HJERTESKAM “Har du fået opereret glimmerkrystaller ind i kinderne, søde?” Manuskript: Ida Marie Hede Instruktion: Jennifer Vedsted Medvirkende: Therese Glahn, Julie Jeziorski Jensen og Laura Kvist Poulsen Lydscenografi: Mikkel Juul Jensen Teknik: Morten Frank Nebelong Live på Sigurdsgade 39 på Nørrebro i januar 2018

  • En busca de las palabras / Finding the Words
    Radio Ambulante

    Micah ha pasado toda una vida buscando una definición de género en la que pueda encajar. // Micah has spent a life pushing against the borders of a category most everyone takes for granted: gender.

  • Retour vers l'afrofutur (Le Tchip n°8)
    ARTE Radio

    Comment la diaspora noire imagine-t-elle le futur ? A quelques jours de la sortie du film Marvel "Black Panther", le Tchip envoie des Noirs dans l'espace. Avec notre invitée, la chanteuse-compositrice Mélissa Laveaux, on dissèque le mouvement afrofuturiste, du musicien Sun Ra à Janelle Monáe en passant par l'écrivaine Octavia Butler ou Missy Elliott. Puis François partage ses impressions sur "Binti", la trilogie phare de l’américano-nigériane Nnedi Okorafor, figure de proue de la littérature afro SF. Mélanie n’a pas pu être présente pour cet épisode mais rassurez-vous, elle revient bientôt ! Nos recommandations : la série "The Good Place", la chaîne YouTube The Ubunifu Space et un autre podcast ARTE Radio, Polygame malgré moi. Le Tchip sur Twitter : @letchippodcast, @franzoul et @kvdonat Enregistrements : 29 janvier 18 - Réalisation : Charlie Marcelet - Textes & voix : François Oulac, Kévi Donat

  • Episódio Final
    Crônicas de Mentes

    Olá ouvinte de mente!  Antes de tudo fiquem tranquilos! O Garoa Rubra não acabou! Ele está sendo distribuído agora em O Crônicas de Mentes anuncia o encerramento de suas atividades. Para informações mais detalhadas fizemos um áudio explicando tudo e fazendo a uma despedida pessoal. Muito obrigado a todos pelos anos maravilhosos que vocês nos proporcionaram. Foi uma experiência incrível! Um grande abraço a todos nossos ouvintes! Obrigado por tudo!

  • #89 Fruängen – Tomas Andersson Wij och vägen genom skogarna
    Staden Podcast

    Ett nytt avsnitt av podcasten Stadens syskonserie Var kommer du ifrån? En intervjupodd där vi träffar människor som vi är nyfikna på och pratar om deras hemorter. I det här avsnittet träffar vi musikern och låtskrivaren Tomas Andersson Wij, från Fruängen, slutstationen på tunnelbanans röde linje 14. Förorten som ritades upp på tre nätter av stadsbyggarna. Det blir en resa längs folkhemsförortens bläckfiskarmar, in i dess dunkla träddungar, öppna allmänningar och smala gångtunnlar, vidare till Hälsinglands fria stora skogar och sedan med de gröna tunnelbanevagnarna, med linje 14 in till storstadens lockande centrum – tidigt 1990-talet just när en stad i norra Europas utkanter börjar bli upptagen med sig själv på ett helt nytt sätt. Till The Capital of Scandinavia "bland de tvångsmässigt skämtande / bland ironiker och hämnare".

  • Master Harold And The Boys (Part One of Two)

    Academy-Award winner Athol Fugard, one of theatre's most acclaimed playwrights, finds humor and heartbreak in the friendship of Harold, a 17-year old white boy in 1950's South Africa, and the two middle-aged black servants who raised him. Racism unexpectedly shatters Harold's childhood and friendships in this absorbing, affecting coming of age play. An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring Leon Addison Brown, Keith David and Bobby Steggert. Directed by Stuart K. Robinson.

  • All Y'all Presents A Special Stuffed & Busted Episode
    All Y'all Podcast

    This is a special episode of All Y'all, highlighting our other podcast, Stuffed & Busted. The third, and possibly final, episode of Stuffed & Busted is a long-form tribute to our favorite restaurant of all time: Lucky Palace Chinese Restaurant in Bossier City. On Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018, the James Beard Foundation announced their list of semifinalists for the annual James Beard Awards, and Lucky Palace Chinese Restaurant in Bossier City was right there on the list nominated for Best Wine Program. For more info or to subscribe to Stuffed & Busted, visit

  • Private Lives
    Selected Shorts

    Guest host David Sedaris presents two stories about important relationships, and one playful spoof about the lives of celebrity chefs. In Donna Tartt’s “The Ambush,” two children wage guerilla warfare; it’s read by Patricia Kalember. Author Leonard Michaels recalls “My Father’s Life,” as read by Isaiah Sheffer,” and Mario Batali lets us in on “The Secret Lives of Chefs.”

  • Chicago Public Schools' Secret Overhaul Of Special Ed
  • Re:sound #250 Our 250th Show
    Third Coast Festival

    This hour, we look back on some of our favorite moments from the past 14 years of Re:sound. With former producers Katia Dunn, Roman Mars, Delaney Hall and Katie Mingle, we listen to excerpts of memorable Re:sound moments and episodes: The Karaoke Tupperware Show, The Confessions Show, The Phone Show, The Transmission Show, The Feedback Show, The Music of Everyday Things Show, The Night Show, The Centenarians Show, The Stories from Childhood Show, the Driving Show and The Odd Couples Show. This episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk.

  • Ecouter le monde (2/4) : Le chasseur de silence
    ARTE Radio

    Marc Namblard est audio-naturaliste. Il "chasse le silence" pour enregistrer les sons de la nature et des animaux. En France, les zones de silence sans bruit d'origine humaine sont devenues extrêmement rares et précieuses. Notre chasseur est contraint de parcourir plus de 600 km depuis les Vosges pour se rendre en Lozère, l'un des départements les plus silencieux de France. Très peu de trafic aérien et routier, peu de vent, et une riche faune sauvage. Sa mission du jour est de piéger le brâme du cerf. Il lui faut pour cela une base de silence la plus pure possible sur laquelle peindre au micro son paysage sonore. Rendez-vous entre le Causse Méjean et le Mont Aigoual. Les lieux précis de "chasse" seront tenus secrets, pour ne pas troubler la magie du silence... Enregistrement : octobre 17 - Mise en ondes & mix : Samuel Hirsch - Prises de sons : Aurélien Frances et Marc Namblard - Réalisation : Aurélien Frances

  • Master Harold And The Boys (Part Two of Two)

    Academy-Award winner Athol Fugard, one of theatre's most acclaimed playwrights, finds humor and heartbreak in the friendship of Harold, a 17-year old white boy in 1950's South Africa, and the two middle-aged black servants who raised him. Racism unexpectedly shatters Harold's childhood and friendships in this absorbing, affecting coming of age play. An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring Leon Addison Brown, Keith David and Bobby Steggert. Directed by Stuart K. Robinson.