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  • Entering the Twilight Zone
    Selected Shorts
    59:14
    Storytelling
    0

    Guest host Robert Sean Leonard presents a tribute to the classic TV series, “The Twilight Zone,” including two stories that were featured on the show: Price Day’s “Four O’Clock,” read by Zachary Quinto, in which a man with awesome powers knows just how to improve the world. And “Perchance to Dream,” by Charles Beaumont, in which the lines between sleeping and waking blur. It’s read by Zach Grenier. Roald Dahl’s “The Landlady,” is the perfect hostess, thinks the unwary young man who comes to her door. It’s read by Sam Underwood.

  • Abortion Diary Entry 165: C.G.C., 20 (Manchester, England 2012)
    The Abortion Diary
    51:06
    Storytelling
    37

    “We still have to go overseas to make sure we can get our bodies back.” C.G.C. shares her story of traveling from Galway, Ireland to Manchester, England for an abortion when she was 16 years old. Ireland has one of the most restrictive abortion laws in Europe. It is estimated that every day an average of 10 women travel from Ireland to Britain for an abortion. On May 25th, voters in Ireland will vote on repealing its constitutional ban on abortion (the Eighth Amendment). (Published on May 10, 2018 | Listener: Melissa Madera | Location: Galway, Ireland) We share stories. Help us continue to break the silence by donating now. http://theabortiondiarypodcast.com/donate-abortion-stories/donors/

  • Alisha Hilde - Latchkey Kids
    Arctic Entries
    07:07
    249

    World traveler, adequate mom to three great kids, and wife to a guy who thinks biking up hills is fun, Alisha is an estate planning attorney, helping people plan for their future. In this case, “future” is a nice way of saying “death.” Her great claim to professional fame is taking the bar exam when she was 40 weeks pregnant—and passing.

  • Melissa Albert
    Writers Who Don't Write
    48:51
    1

    This week on the show we speak with NYT bestselling author Melissa Albert, who's new novel The Hazel Wood is out now. We discuss what it's like to write your first novel, to write without knowing quite where you're going (at least at first) and about how much more relevant and poignant all those famous quotes about writing are once you start doing it yourself.

  • Le Tchip (n°13) : La reine et les abeilles
    ARTE Radio
    52:14
    Storytelling
    1,074

    L'équipe du Tchip est encore sous l'onde de choc du Beychella, la série de deux concerts monumentaux donnés par Beyoncé au festival américain Coachella. Comme beaucoup, on a regardé la retransmission du show sur le web, et l'heure est venue de se poser les vraies questions. Peut-on encore critiquer Beyoncé ? La hype autour de la chanteuse est-elle justifiée ? Est-elle vraiment la meilleure performeuse de tous les temps ? La BeyHive, fanclub officiel de Queen B, va-t-elle nous liquider après avoir écouté ce podcast ? Suspense. Dans un second temps, après avoir entendu "Lift Every Voice", l'hymne afro-américain justement interprété par Beyoncé à Coachella, François se demande si une œuvre du même genre pourrait exister en Martinique. Nos recommandations : le groupe de J-hip hop Gloss, la chanteuse Kali Uchis et la série The Last OG, le film Roxane Roxane Le Tchip sur Twitter : @letchippodcast, @franzoul et @kvdonat Et sur Instagram : @letchippodcast Enregistrements : 23 avril 18 - Réalisation : Charlie Marcelet - Chroniqueurs : Mélanie Wanga, François Oulac, Kévi Donat

  • SPECIAL FOR MOTHER'S DAY--Mothering: Love on the Front Lines
    Making Contact
    29:12
    News & Politics
    59

    Like this program? Please show us the love. Click here ow.ly/oSpU30hHCXp and support our non-profit journalism. Thanks! For Mother's Day and everyday: listen to a discussion and poetry by women of color writers and editors of the anthology Revolutionary Mothering: Love on the Front Lines. They dedicate the book to "all the revolutionary mothers and all the revolutions they've created, because mothering is love by any means necessary." You'll also hear about a recent investigation into Black maternal and infant mortality. Special thanks to Maureen Mohapatra and The Laura Flanders show, Democracy Now! and PM Press.

  • Michele Whaley - Overcoming Obstacles
    Arctic Entries
    08:55
    321

    Michele is a lifelong Alaskan who has been teaching in one form or another since she was in fourth grade. When she’s not teaching, she prefers to be rowing, Nordic skating, or hiking. Her eclectic family includes a musician, an actress, and an outdoor educator.

  • S*Coin (False Alarm! part iii)
    Benjamen Walker
    43:00
    Learning
    0

    Our investigation of the real and the fake continues as your host hunts for a way to monetize it! We ask Alex Goldmark from Planet Money and Bitchcoin artist Sarah Meyohas for advice and author David Golumbia explains how bitcoin really works. Lyn Jeffrey takes us to China to learn about the multi level marketing craze of the mid 1990s and Jed Rothstein tells us about his new movie The China Hustle. Journalist Zeke Faux explains why scammers love Facebook and Toe’s Andrew Callaway visits Supreme to learn how to get rich off Streetwear. PLUS... the ToE coin!

  • Bennett Pearce - My Short Story
    Arctic Entries
    06:35
    251

    Bennett is a 15-year-old from Anchorage currently attending West High School. He’s a saxophone-playing short person who likes to be outside as much as possible. When not outside, he’s typically working on bikes or busy with homework.

  • Rebecca Tracy - Masking Memories
    Arctic Entries
    05:43
    277

    Rebecca is a born-and-raised Alaskan, who loves technology and is a connoisseur of novelty mugs. Often she is found luxuriating at home watching TV with her two feline furbabies. Ultimate life goal? Travel the world!

  • #92 Tunis – porten mot våren
    Staden Podcast
    01:09:21
    Learning
    4,381

    Med Tunis inleder vi en tredelad serie om städer, politik och gestaltning i Maghreb, den delen i den arabisk-islamska världen som i sedan expansionen påå 700-talet är ”väst” – där solen går ned. Det är ett område med uråldriga handels- och karavanvägar från Nordafrika till Mellanöstern; med marknader som har bundit Medelhavet med Sahara och södra delarna av Afrika. Tunisien var ett franskt protektorat mellan 1882 och 1956, men landet och staden Tunis, har alltid sökt sina egna vägar mot progressivitet och reformer. Ännu i dag är Tunisien det enda landet som lyckades genomföra och behålla en demokrati efter den arabiska våren 2011. Tunis bär på många ansikten: den äldsta delen – Medinan – var länge en eftersatt och ohälsosam slum dit människor endast begav sig, av gammal sedvänja, under Ramadan. Idag är den ett världskulturarv med häpnadsväckande skönhetsvärden och spirande nya investeringar. Den franska staden – Downtown – som de nya makthavarna byggde efter 1880-talet står i stark kontrast: boulevarder och promnadstråk, trädalleer och monumentalbyggnader. När man korsat Tunisbukten fortsätter staden dessutom med de ursprunligen äldsta delarna: Karthago, La Marsa – mytologiska platser som pekar mot stadsregionen som maktcentra under antiken och ärkefiende till Romarriket – som i dag är välmående villaförstäder med en ambient av arkeologiska parker. Tunis är de starka kontrasternas stad, där de till synes oförenliga miljöerna och politiska viljorna söker förening. En stad där tradition och modernism sökt gå armkrok i vardagen.

  • God's Man In Texas (Part One of Two)
    latheatreworks
    58:59
    Drama
    0

    Charismatic pastor Jerry Mears auditions for the top job at the biggest Baptist church in the nation. But when the church’s aging leader clings to his own dynasty—and his coveted 10 a.m. television broadcast—the stage is set for a powerful clash of wit and wills. From the author of LATW's original docudrama "The Tug of War." Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in June of 2001. Directed by Brendon Fox Robert Pescovitz as Dr. Jerry Mears W. Morgan Sheppard as Dr. Philip Gottschall Andy Taylor as Hugo Taney

  • God's Man In Texas (Part Two of Two)
    latheatreworks
    58:59
    Drama
    0

    Charismatic pastor Jerry Mears auditions for the top job at the biggest Baptist church in the nation. But when the church’s aging leader clings to his own dynasty—and his coveted 10 a.m. television broadcast—the stage is set for a powerful clash of wit and wills. From the author of LATW's original docudrama "The Tug of War." Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in June of 2001. Directed by Brendon Fox Robert Pescovitz as Dr. Jerry Mears W. Morgan Sheppard as Dr. Philip Gottschall Andy Taylor as Hugo Taney

  • More to the Story: Redlining, Wildfires and Trump's Mansion
    Reveal
    50:17
    News & Politics
    338

    Reveal digs deep – and gets results. This week’s episode shines a light on three recent investigations that made a splash. By mining data from 31 million records, we discover a pattern of mortgage loan denials to applicants of color in more than 60 U.S. metropolitan areas. Our story leads to investigations and demands for accountability at the federal, state and city levels. While many people of color have trouble getting mortgages, we investigate one high-end property that didn’t even need one. Our investigation shows the bizarre way that Donald Trump ended up with a $10 million Beverly Hills mansion. Next, we revisit our investigation with our partners at KQED into California’s deadliest wildfires to determine what’s being done to ensure that emergency response failures are not repeated as the next wildfire season approaches.

  • 82 – Sound Audio: Lou Gherig
    World According to Sound
    01:49
    978

    The reverberation is awesome.

  • Listen to the entire episode "The Iron Curtain"
    Snap Judgment
    39:04
    Storytelling
    8,632

    At the height of the Cold War, Ulrike Poppe just might have been the most surveilled woman in the world. But it was only after the wall fell that things got really interesting. Be sure to check out Luisa Beck’s reporting on all things Germany at The Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/people/luisa-beck/?utm_term=.c495d38cb924) as well as the work of reporter Andrew Curry, whose article in Wired first got us interested in Ulrike’s story(www.andrewcurry.com). And if you’re interested in Stasi Records Agency, can you visit their English-language website to learn more. https://www.bstu.bund.de/EN/Home/home_node.html Producer: Luisa Beck (with Production Help From Joe Rosenberg) Original Score: Renzo Gorrio

  • #112: What if a murderer appeared at your bedroom door?
    ThisIsActuallyHappening
    56:43
    Storytelling
    2,071

    "What happened to me is one of those things where people say like that could never happen to you so now once that happened it's like well anything can happen to me at any time." You can find out more about Megan and her story by going to meganashleywrites.com where she chronicles other aspects of her experience and her life, including EMDR therapy, mental health, and sexuality. Producer: Whit Missildine thisisactuallyhappening.com Instagram: @actuallyhappening Music: "Union Flow" - Spuntic 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/

  • Que sont-ils devenus ? (4/4) : Assa
    ARTE Radio
    25:00
    Storytelling
    868

    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 ans après leur troisième, que sont devenus les petits caïds et les premières 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. 4. Assa Assa, c’était la bonne élève, celle qui faisait parfois régner l’ordre à ma place. Issue d’une famille nombreuse et polygame, elle m’a permis de la suivre pendant plusieurs mois et de découvrir la cité à travers elle. 12 ans plus tard, Assa accomplit en toute discrétion une étonnante ascension sociale. Enregistrements : septembre 17 - Mise en ondes, musique et mixage : Arnaud Forest - Illustration : Pauline Aubry - Prises de son, voix, réalisation : Delphine Saltel

  • Que sont-ils devenus ? (3/4) : Hélène
    ARTE Radio
    18:18
    Storytelling
    691

    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 ans après leur troisième, que sont devenus les petits caïds et les premières 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. 3. Hélène Hélène était une élève difficile, perdue, timide. Je la voyais chaque semaine en tutorat [https://www.arteradio.com/son/1368/prof_6]. Je la retrouve 12 ans après, mère célibataire et sans emploi. L’écoute des sons enregistrés à l’époque crée un profond malaise, tant Hélène semble toujours prisonnière de ses difficultés et de son attitude de « victime ». Du coup, je m'interroge sur le rôle de l'école et sur le mien : qu'est-ce qu'on a raté ? Un destin est-il tout tracé ? Enregistrements : septembre 17 - Mise en ondes, musique et mixage : Arnaud Forest - Illustration : Pauline Aubry - Prises de son, voix, réalisation : Delphine Saltel

  • THE CONQUISTADOR THE WALPIRI AND THE DOG WHISPERER
    RadioDocReview
    28:20
    Documentary
    5

    Episode 1 from the documentary podcast Heart of Artness, a journey into the cross-cultural currents that animate Aboriginal art in Australia. First broadcast on 'Earshot' on ABC Radio National.

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