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  • Deeply Talks: Engaging Men in Women's Advancement
    News Deeply
    46:40
    News & Politics
    103

    The global movement for women's rights is, thanks in part to #MeToo, more energized and prominent than ever. But as we look at solutions to issues such as the gender pay gap, the unequal distribution of unpaid care, and the effects of sexual harassment at work on women's careers, we often leave out one important factor: men. What can men do to advance women's economic equality worldwide? In our July episode of Deeply Talks, three experts join us to discuss how to engage men in the pursuit of women's rights, as well as their own journeys as male advocates for gender equality. Learn more here: https://www.newsdeeply.com/womensadvancement

  • Mon prince à la mer (5/5) : Emoji burger
    ARTE Radio
    12:25
    Storytelling
    1,001

    Klaire part en vacances et cette fois, c’est sûr, elle va rencontrer le Prince charmant. Idéalement, il cache des binouzes dans la glacière à Mister Freeze, bronze en étoile pour planquer sa serviette de plage motif drapeau breton, et partage ses mots fléchés niveau quiche. Mais bon, il sera peut-être un peu dragueur, un peu crâneur, ou pire : maître-nageur. Mon prince à la mer (5/5) : Emoji burger Vacances, fin. On rentre. Klaire chope le hoquet dans le train du retour, remarquez, elle aura au moins chopé quelque chose. Heureusement, il y a les débriefs entre copains pour papoter aubergine. Ça sert à ça, non ? Enregistrements : juin 18 - Texte et voix : Klaire fait Grr - Avec : Damien Zanoly, François Pérache, Sabine Zovighian, Chloé Assous-Plunian - Réalisation et musique : Arnaud Forest - Illustration : Pauline Aubry

  • Deeply Talks: Challenges in Promoting Exclusive Breastfeeding
    News Deeply
    28:09
    News & Politics
    84

    In this episode, we speak to Kathleen Pellechia, a nutrition knowledge management specialist at Alive & Thrive, to understand the challenges on both an international and national level to encouraging exclusive breastfeeding.

  • Becket, Or The Honor Of God (Part One of Two)
    latheatreworks
    58:59
    Audiobooks
    0

    Waiting to be punished for his part in Becket's murder, King Henry II re-lives his deeply felt relationship with the saint, once his dearest friend and partner in unbridled decadence. His catastrophic mistake? To appoint Becket Archbishop―for Becket finds his allegiance shifting from king and country to God and Church. Translated by Lucienne Hill. Adapted for radio by Rosalind Ayres. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in November of 2004. Directed by Shirley Jo Finney Asher Book as Young Monk/Ensemble Kevin Daniels as Baron 4/Ensemble Kenneth Danziger as Baron 2/Ensemble Jean Gilpin as Gwendolyn/Queen Mother Alan Mandell as Archbishop of Canterbury/Pope Charlie Matthes as Ensemble Tim Monsion as Baron 3/Cardinal Zambelli/Ensemble Denis O'Hare as Thomas Becket Jennifer Rau as Saxon Peasant/Young Queen Simon Templeman as Henry II John Vickery as Gilbert Folliot Douglas Weston as Bishop of York/Baron 1/King Louis Gregory Wooddell as Ensemble

  • Mon prince à la mer (4/5) : Mon petit poney
    ARTE Radio
    08:28
    Storytelling
    1,157

    Klaire part en vacances et cette fois, c’est sûr, elle va rencontrer le Prince charmant. Idéalement, il cache des binouzes dans la glacière à Mister Freeze, bronze en étoile pour planquer sa serviette de plage motif drapeau breton, et partage ses mots fléchés niveau quiche. Mais bon, il sera peut-être un peu dragueur, un peu crâneur, ou pire : maître-nageur. Mon prince à la mer (4/5) : Mon petit poney Vacances, suite. Klaire fait des rencontres à la soirée disco du village vacances, et l’ambiance serait torride si un petit grain de sable ne venait pas toujours se glisser dans la culotte de nos soirées d’été. Enregistrements : juin 18 - Texte et voix : Klaire fait Grr - Avec : Damien Zanoly, François Pérache - Réalisation et musique : Arnaud Forest - Illustration : Pauline Aubry

  • Hannah Ball - Urban Land Development (Idaho Speakeasy #IDS-067 - aired Jul 26, 2018)
    Radio Boise
    18:20
    22

    After growing up in Garden City, Hannah Ball returned with a new vision for the future. Her company, Urban Land Development is creating of a new commercial corridor along 34th Street.

  • Becket, Or The Honor Of God (Part Two of Two)
    latheatreworks
    58:59
    Audiobooks
    0

    Waiting to be punished for his part in Becket's murder, King Henry II re-lives his deeply felt relationship with the saint, once his dearest friend and partner in unbridled decadence. His catastrophic mistake? To appoint Becket Archbishop―for Becket finds his allegiance shifting from king and country to God and Church. Translated by Lucienne Hill. Adapted for radio by Rosalind Ayres. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in November of 2004. Directed by Shirley Jo Finney Asher Book as Young Monk/Ensemble Kevin Daniels as Baron 4/Ensemble Kenneth Danziger as Baron 2/Ensemble Jean Gilpin as Gwendolyn/Queen Mother Alan Mandell as Archbishop of Canterbury/Pope Charlie Matthes as Ensemble Tim Monsion as Baron 3/Cardinal Zambelli/Ensemble Denis O'Hare as Thomas Becket Jennifer Rau as Saxon Peasant/Young Queen Simon Templeman as Henry II John Vickery as Gilbert Folliot Douglas Weston as Bishop of York/Baron 1/King Louis Gregory Wooddell as Ensemble

  • Afl. 168 Geweld: Eva Rovers
    Echt Gebeurd
    14:49
    419

    Op vakantie gaat Eva Rovers op de vuist met de Zuid-Chinese Zee.

  • Collin Rudeen - Boise Brewing (Idaho Speakeasy #IDS-066 - aired June 28, 2018)
    Radio Boise
    25:11
    50

    Inspired by the structure of community supported agriculture, Collin Rudeen founded Boise Brewing, one of only a few community-owned breweries in the country. Read the full Idaho Speakeasy story: idahospeakeasy.com/collin-rudeen-story

  • Fragile Families
    Selected Shorts
    59:29
    Storytelling
    585
  • Discern the Body
    GTCDunn
    24:46
    Religion & Spirituality
    8

    Sun AM (8/5/18)

  • Listen to Snap Judgment's Epic - "Return To Kuku Island"
    Snap Judgment
    50:32
    Storytelling
    8,387

    In the 1970s, thousands of Vietnamese refugees were left on the remote Anambas Islands in Indonesia. They were stranded without food, water, and shelter, forced to survive off the land. Now, almost 40 years later, one woman wants to go back to those distant islands, one last time. Snap Judgment: Return to Kuku Island Gallery: https://imgur.com/hIaOcZl Thank you so much to Carina Hoang. Carina is a Special Representative for Australia for UNHCR. Check out her book, “Boat People: Personal Stories from the Vietnamese Exodus 1976-1996,” available in both English and Vietnamese. http://carinahoang.com/ https://www.amazon.com/Boat-People-Personal-Vietnamese-1975-1996/dp/0825306906 Carina is now filming a new Australian Broadcasting Corporation TV series, “The Heights." Be sure to check it out. Our heartfelt thanks to Tony Luu; his mother Truong On, his brother, Daniel, and the rest of the Luu family. Thanks to the Outside Podcast from Outside Magazine, where you can also hear this show. Also, check Public Radio International’s The World for a shorter version of this audio story. This story would not have been possible without the generous support of the International Women’s Media Foundation.

  • The Universe of Leonard Susskind
    PRX
    27:11
    Science
    1,105

    To hear Leonard Susskind tell it, we are living in a golden age of quantum physics. And he should know. Susskind is a grandee of theoretical physics. In the 1960s, he was one of the discoverers of String Theory. His friends and collaborators over the years include the likes of Nobel Prize winners Gerard 't Hooft and Richard Feynman. And, for more than a decade, Susskind engaged in an intellectual clash of the Titans with Stephen Hawking — and came out on top. On this episode of Orbital Path, Dr. Michelle Thaller talks with Susskind about his extraordinary life in physics. And Susskind offers a tantalizing glimpse into his recent work on the holographic principle, which suggests our universe may be a far, far stranger place than humans have yet imagined. Orbital Path is produced by David Schulman. Our editor is Andrea Mustain. Production oversight by John Barth and Genevieve Sponsler. Support for Orbital Path is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, enhancing public understanding of science, technology, and economic performance. For more about the show, visit orbital.prx.org

  • Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Racial Justice
    Making Contact
    29:25
    News & Politics
    119

    Like this program? Please show us the love. Click here ow.ly/oSpU30hHCXp and support our non-profit journalism. Thanks! On this edition of Making Contact, we speak with author Paul Kivel about his book, Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Racial Justice. This book offers a framework for understanding institutional racism. It provides practical suggestions, tools, examples, and advice on how white people can intervene in interpersonal and organizational situations to work as allies for racial justice. Completely revised and updated, this expanded third edition directly engages the reader through questions, exercises, and suggestions for action, and takes a detailed look at current issues such as affirmative action, immigration, and health care. It also includes a wealth of information about specific cultural groups such as Muslims, people with mixed-heritage, Native Americans, Jews, recent immigrants, Asian Americans, and Latinos.

  • Deeply Talks: Water Conservation and Efficiency Challenges
    News Deeply
    28:17
    News & Politics
    195

    Statewide regulations and local innovations are all contributing to making water conservation a “California way of life.” Water Deeply managing editor Tara Lohan discusses California’s statewide and local conservation efforts with Cynthia Koehler, cofounder and executive director at WaterNow Alliance, and Erik Porse, a research engineer in the Office of Water Programs at California State University, Sacramento.

  • Deeply Talks: Big Business Joins the Fight Against Ocean Plastic
    News Deeply
    24:23
    News & Politics
    117

    Plastic straws are designed to be used once, but they remain in the environment forever, contributing to the ocean pollution crisis. In recent weeks, multinational corporations like Starbucks, Bacardi, Alaska Airlines and others have committed to addressing the problem at its source by pledging to eliminate single-use plastic straws. In this episode of Deeply Talks, Todd Woody, News Deeply’s executive editor for environment, discusses this phenomenon with Dune Ives, executive director of the environmental group Lonely Whale, whose “Stop Sucking” campaign helped kickstart the movement.

  • The Last King Of Ireland
    Documentary On One, RTÉ
    42:13
    Storytelling
    591

    Patsy Dan Rodgers is the last King of Ireland. He’s ruled his remote North Atlantic fiefdom of Tory Island for more than 20 years and can trace an unbroken lineage back to Saint Colmcille who granted the title to an islander in the fifth century. Over the centuries led by their Kings – and in at least one case a Queen – the Islanders have seen off Vikings, marauding Pirates and invaders from the mainland which lies nine miles across some of the most treacherous waters off the Irish Coast. For the Documentary on One, writer Kieran Devaney spent two and a half years recording the colourful life of his close friend the King as he battles to preserve a way of living some in authority would argue has no place in the 21st century. Kieran explores a vibrant community well versed in the Irish language, music and culture. He’s a guest at ceilidhs and sessions when the cream of Irish musicians and singers travel to Tory to perform with the King. He meets the Island’s primative artists who owe their internationally recognised work to an Englishman who taught Prince Charles how to paint. And he learns why the Prince who will one day be King of England wants to make a pilgrimage to the Island to meet the man who is already a King. Kieran gives a rich insight into Patsy Dan the fighter and joins him when he leads his subjects on a two day journey to the steps of Leinster House after the Islanders are offered a forty-year-old ferry to replace their lifeline to the mainland. Kieran’s story is Patsy Dan’s own very personal story, the story of a young boy fostered to the Island as an infant, his search for his mother, his faith, his music and his deep love for his Island, its Gaelic culture and its people. Now time may be running out for Patsy Dan. He confides in Kieran that he has been diagnosed with cancer and talks candidly about his fears for his future and the legacy he will leave behind as The Last King of Ireland.

  • Stray Theatre July 29th, 2018 Story Story Night: On the Road
    Radio Boise
    30:10
    Audiobooks
    15

    Radio Boise presents our monthly episode of Story Story Night, hosted by Jodi Eichelberger. This episode is entitled "On the Road: Stories of Travel" and features Alejandro Anastasio.

  • Moth Pitch: Eric Wenger
    The Moth
    02:06
    180

    Moth listener, Eric Wenger, shares a story with us via The Moth pitchline. His pitch was included in The Moth Radio Hour: I Will Be Your Father episode.

  • Live Sounds August 3, 2018 Cello Joe
    Radio Boise
    48:36
    Folk & Singer-Songwriter
    5

    Talented cellist Cello Joe brings his talents to the Radio Boise airwaves in advance of his performance at Goathead Fest in Boise, Idaho.

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