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  • #112: What if a murderer appeared at your bedroom door?
    ThisIsActuallyHappening
    56:43
    Storytelling
    2,096

    "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/

  • 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

  • Que sont-ils devenus ? (4/4) : Assa
    ARTE Radio
    25:00
    Storytelling
    877

    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

  • Alisha Hilde - Latchkey Kids
    Arctic Entries
    07:07
    255

    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.

  • Rebecca Tracy - Masking Memories
    Arctic Entries
    05:43
    280

    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!

  • Bennett Pearce - My Short Story
    Arctic Entries
    06:35
    257

    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.

  • 82 – Sound Audio: Lou Gherig
    World According to Sound
    01:49
    984

    The reverberation is awesome.

  • Que sont-ils devenus ? (3/4) : Hélène
    ARTE Radio
    18:18
    Storytelling
    698

    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 Big Tent- April 19, 2018
    Radio Boise
    50:51
    News & Politics
    13

    This a special, 1-hour long Radiothon episode of The Big Tent! Justin, Jen, and Corey sit down with Ron Pisaneschi, general manager of Idaho Public Television. Aside from extolling the value of public media in both radio and film formats, topics include the debate season leading up to the May primary, the new show "Idaho Experience" airing on IPTV, Facebook, the loss of privacy and alienating effects of social media, and public trust in media entities.

  • 81 - Sound Audio: Boring
    World According to Sound
    02:45
    Storytelling
    1,397

    It's so good it will put you to sleep and you'll be happy about it.

  • 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.

  • Le mike et l'enclume (mai 18)
    ARTE Radio
    52:20
    Hip-hop & Rap
    761

    Le podcast mensuel de la culture rap. Émission enregistrée en public à FGO-Barbara (Paris 18). Chroniques albums : Cardi B "Invasion of Privacy" (1') - 13 Block "Triple S" (8'50) - Jean Grae x Quelle Chris "Everything's fine" (22') - Remy "C'est Remy" (26'30) - Lefa "3 Du Mat" (40') Les recos : Sonny Bram’s "N.P.L.T. " (Mike) (14'20) - Réédition d'Opéra Puccino avec 5 inédits (Moe) (17'50) - Saba "Care For Me" (Labrax) - 070 Shake "Glitter" (Lama) (44'20) - Kiff no Beat "Made in bled" (tous) (47'). Lourd / Balourd : Toutes les citations mégalos de Kanye West (16'40) - 1er album de Lil Xan "Total Xanarchy" (20'20) - Ti et Gucci Mane se clashent pour la paternité de la trap (32'40) - "The Defiant Ones, portrait croisé de Dr Dré et Jimmy Iovine sur Netflix (33'50) – Un mash up de Dre et Kendrick (45'40). Reco auditeur : Nemir "Hors Serie" - IAMDDB (49'25) Reco du public FGO : Melii (50'30) La playlist de l'émission est sur Deezer et Spotify. Envoyez vos recos à [email protected] Prochain enregistrement en public au FGO Barbara mardi 22 mai à 19h45. Enregistrements : 17 avril 18 - Chroniqueurs : Lama, Labrax, Mike, Moe - Animateur : Jérôme Larcin - Réalisation : Charlie Marcelet

  • Le minimum syndical
    ARTE Radio
    29:49
    Storytelling
    679

    CGT, FO, CFDT, SNJ... les syndicats peuplent ma mauvaise conscience. Comment se fait-il que je ne sois pas syndiquée, alors que je suis une jeune journaliste exploitée de gauche ? Et d'ailleurs, pourquoi y a t-il si peu de syndiqués en France ? Est-on à ce point allergique aux merguez et aux mégaphones ? Est-ce que le problème vient des syndicats ou de moi ? J’ai mené l’enquête dans ma tête et dans les cortèges de tête. J'ai rencontré des gens sérieux et des gens formidables pour vous raconter ce qu'on peut faire, ici et aujourd'hui, tous ensemble tous ensemble ouais. Enregistrements : janvier-avril 18 - Musique originale & réalisation : Arnaud Forest - Textes & voix : Laura Raim

  • 028 The Marble Faun - Part 2
    Everything Is Stories
    35:40
    0

    A story of a runaway, sexual identity, and survival in the wake of loss. In part two of our episode we pick up with Jerry as he returns to New York City from Saudi Arabia.  With money in his pocket he decides to indulge in a free lifestyle, immersing himself in the gay community at various bath houses and night clubs on a regular basis. After running a successful business and ultimately losing a loved one to the AIDS epidemic, he struggles with addiction in the rough and tumble 1980s East Village.  From there we follow as he drives his taxi cab through a rapidly changing landscape, watching old haunts and the character of the city he once knew slowly disappear.

  • #141 - Song 8: Childless Mother of the World
    The History of China
    39:30
    Podcast
    268

    When Emperor Renzong of Song takes the throne, he's just a boy of 12 and surely in need of his mother's guidance... but how long until Mom becomes more of a hinderance than a help? ... And what if she's not really his mother? Time Period Covered: 1022-1033 CE Important Historical Figures: Emperor Renzong of Song [Zhao] (r. 1022- Empress Dowager Liu (-1033) Lady Li (-1032) Chancellor Ding Wei Chancellor Wang Zeng Assistant Minister of the Palace Library, Lu "Fish-Head" Zongdao (-1029) Sun Shi, Director of Education

  • Re:sound #253 Naked Strangers
    Third Coast Festival
    01:02:00
    Storytelling
    300

    This hour an unlikely best-seller, a colorful hero and the legends of burlesque. “Naked Came the Stranger”: an oral history By Sam Kim for PRI’s Studio360 In 1969, the erotic potboiler “Naked Came the Stranger” climbed The New York Times bestseller list. According to the back cover, it was written by a “demure Long Island housewife” named Penelope Ashe. Except… that wasn’t the whole story. Becoming Barbara by Natalie Kestecher for Short Cuts on BBC Radio 4 When Natalie found herself stuck on a story she was writing and struggling for ideas, a friend invited her to a special gathering. There, during a spiritual dalliance into literary soul-searching, she finally met her muse... the author Barbara Cartland. Burlesque Legends by Steve Urquhart for Seriously on BBC Radio 4 Each year, hundreds of performers attend the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend in Las Vegas, where the guests of honour are The Living Legends. In the mid-20th century these women were shunned by society. Most were presumed prostitutes. But now their careers are celebrated, and their ground-breaking acts are revived, at the Titans of Tease Reunion. British actor, cabaret star, and former Best Male Striptease Artist, Mat Fraser embarks on a very personal journey to meet some of the legends, both on and off stage. This hour of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk.

  • Episode 292: Lauren Hilgers
    Longform
    48:45
    152

    Lauren Hilgers is a journalist and the author of Patriot Number One: American Dreams in Chinatown. “You just need to spend a lot of time with people. And it’s awkward. I read something when I was first starting out as a journalist in China, ‘Make a discipline out of being uncomfortable.’ I think that’s very helpful. You’re going to feel uncomfortable a lot of the time, and just decide to be okay with it and just keep going with it.” Thanks to MailChimp, Substack, and Skillshare for sponsoring this week's episode. @lehilgers Hilgers on Longform [01:10] "The Kitchen Network" (The New Yorker • Oct 2014) [02:00] Patriot Number One: American Dreams in Chinatown (Crown • 2018) [39:55] "The Unraveling of Bo Xilai" (Harper’s Magazine • March 2013)  

  • S03 E10 - Dr. Brent Atkinson
    loveumentary
    28:09
    19

    Everyone has patterns of behavior that cause breakdowns in their relationships. Maybe you constantly assume the worst if you don't have the whole story (She's running late... she's probably dead!). Maybe you have a tendency to overreact when a conflict involves a particular subject. Maybe you get defensive or shut down when things get tenuous. Or you pout when you don't get your way. Or you nag when things don't get done the way you want them. Or you give the silent treatment when you feel you're being treated unfairly. These kinds of behaviors are like love termites. They eat away at the foundation of your relationship over time until the whole thing collapses...

  • HBM097: Fox Teeth
    Here Be Monsters
    20:59
    Storytelling
    0

    In the Westfjords of Iceland, people wait for birds to come ashore so that they can gather the feathers they leave behind. These birds, called Eider Ducks, are the source of eiderdown, a ridiculously expensive and rare stuffing for bedding. This has landed the Arctic Fox (literally) in the crosshairs. These relatively common foxes are opportunistic eaters who snack on eider ducks if they get the chance. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

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