Anee public
[search 0]
×
Best Anee podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Anee podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
Award-winning author Matthew Krause,, a.k.a. Storyteller Matt, one of the two best film critics you've never heard of, shares his honest, accessible insights on films you've never heard of (and a few you have). Lacing his observations with personal anecdotes, Matt's podcast focuses less on pure criticism and more on film-going as a shared cultural experience that still manages to be unique to the individual.
 
inki yallaksa yallitte matan iyyaanamih maqna : Yallaaksa qibaada cakkisittam anee waytaama ,is islaam diinik naharsi makado kinni tet sinnim banaadamti muslimtu yakku maxiqa ama qangara arrabak iyyaanam dubuk muslimtu num mabta , maqna teetik yaaxigeenim faxximta
 
A music discovery podcast where famed creatives launch emerging artists. Hosted by Rain and Summer Phoenix LaunchLeft features intimate conversations about art, music, activism and all things left-of-center. Find us at www.LaunchLeft.com or wherever you hear podcasts.
 
HeBANE (Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near East), a Digital Hammurabi production, is an engaging podcast focused on presenting information on the Hebrew Bible and its intersection with the Ancient Near East. Join Dr. Joshua Bowen as he dives into this fascinating world, seeking to understand the context of the Hebrew Bible and those who wrote it.This podcast aims to engage with the latest and greatest in academic research, bringing consensus scholarship directly to you in an easily-understood for ...
 
Being an adult sucks and growing up is a scam that I have run from for the better part of my life. But a few months ago life put its foot down, grabbed me by the throat, and is dragging me into my 30's kicking and screaming...These are my stories. Tune in every- well whenever I post to laugh at, cry with, or simply be entertained by my hobble into adulthood!!
 
Yallaaksa qibaada cakkisittam anee waytaamah sumaaqitaanaah yaminenim muxxok leemih warsa , ama qangarah muxxoxa maggoh tiik teyni kak : tet maqna axiigak is elle tascasseemil taamitak tet iyye numuk islaminna kaak tamqeeh jannat kaak madab yakke , abeh yan uma taamal gira cula way aakirih kak yawqeh .
 
Every month I'll be bringing you the very best music as I see it in dj mix format. My style varies by mood and atmosphere dancefloor or home & home listening. You'll hear up front tracks, classics, b-sides, hard to find vinyl and digital eps and releases, as well as my own produce, remixes and edits. I was raised on house and techno. Though, I heart Dubstep, D&B, Downtempo, Breaks, Experimental, Dub, Reggae, Latin, Jazz & Classical. I love good music no matter what you label it. Subscribe fo ...
 
An audio platform for the study of the pre-modern Islamic(ate) past and beyond. We interview academics, archivists and artists on their work for peers and junior students in the field. We aim to educate, inspire, perhaps infuriate, and on the way entertain a little too. Suitable also for general listeners with an interest in geographically diverse medieval history.
 
Take charge of your thoughts, take charge of your life! On Love & Life, Dr. Karin explores research-based methods for happy, hopeful, positive living! She delves into all the good stuff—how to have true intimacy in romantic relationships, more meaningful friendships, healthier family connections, and more fulfilling careers. Each episode leaves listeners with a Love & Life Hack—a quick fix to improve your emotional wellness TODAY!
 
One Foot In The Sink is a light hearted Muslim lifestyle podcast. What is a Muslim lifestyle? We believe it is living an inclusive life within the boundaries of Islam and pushing yourself to becoming a better human being and a Muslim. Of course, it involves enjoying the finer things in life too! Join Anees and Foz, every two weeks, as they talk to inspirational guests who share their motivational stories, have some banter, discuss Muslim lifestyle hacks and some funny stories! No politics or ...
 
Neo-Lystically Speaking is the home for new and up-and-coming stars. We specialize in finding all that the web has to offer in music , spoken word and authors. The new season features all new music courtesy of Reverbnation.com The NLS Live Online Book Club is also in full swing this season with new authors and new genres. Our show is a show that is rooted in innovation and growth. With that being said we are determined to bring you the very best and diverse collection of independent artist w ...
 
Dear visitor, welcome to Antioch Beverly's (formerly The Harbor's) sermon podcast. We are a non-denominational church in Beverly, MA. This library will give you a great way to get to know our values, beliefs and sermon style. We are looking forward to seeing you on Sunday. Check out our website to learn more about us and when and where we meet: http://antiochchurchbeverly.org/
 
Loading …
show series
 
We all want a great marriage, but how do we cultivate and maintain an extraordinary connection in the midst of life’s stressors and challenges? For over 30 years, Dr. Terri Orbuch has researched the habits and practices of happy couples (and unhappy ones) in her landmark National Institutes of Health (NIH) study. She joins me to discuss her book, 5…
 
Matt went traveling across the country during this COVID silliness, and he learned a few things along the way. He also had some insights into two of his favorite films, Alien (1979) and Field of Dreams )1989), so he will share those thoughts as well. If you like living in fear, you may want to pass on this one because Matt comes at your fear hard.…
 
Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne goes deep and head on with us into the universality of loss, grief, art and our shared humanity. Wayne says, “If you accept that the world is beautiful but it’s also brutal, what do you do about that? it’s up to us to put some light into it, put some love into it…” This wisdom and more in a conversation that bounce…
 
The new HBO mini series The Plot Against America is based on the Philip Roth novel (2004) by the same name. The novel tells the counterfactual story of Charles Lindberg’s presidency, based on the real man and what might happen if he, with his fascist sympathies, was elected president of the United States around 1940.The US has become increasingly r…
 
Join LaunchLeft in a very introspective conversation with Thao & The Get Down Stay Down. How do we as artists adapt to these times? What can we do to inspire while also balancing our own anxieties? What led us to art? Will it comfort and ignite our inspiration? A deep 30 minutes before we showcase the bands highly inventive music video Phenom; a tr…
 
We’re kicking off Season 4 with a sneak peek into the audio version of my book, Single is the New Black: Don’t Wear White ‘til it’s Right, which launches in just a few weeks! You’re the first to hear it! I also discuss my inspiration for writing the book i.e. the incessant single shaming comments I received, irrational explanations for my single st…
 
Dr. Rachel Schine speaks about understandings of race and blackness in premodern Islamic(ate) societies through the tale of Delhemma, a popular epic of rival families and 'Abd al-Wahhāb, the black offspring of Fāṭimah, the eponymous Delhemma (lit. "the one of high aspiration"), disowned by her husband. Sponsored by IHRC bookshop. Visit shop.ihrc.or…
 
Icon, rebel, legendary songwriter, artist and forward thinker Lucinda Williams joins the LaunchLeft conversation to discuss her new record, politics, finding her soul mate, and just plain ‘ol caring about people. She opens up about collaboration, songwriting, true love, the magical musical time she grew up in and the importance of music and poetry …
 
In the 1980s and 90s, pharmaceutical companies began to market opioid painkillers aggressively, while actively downplaying their addictive potential. The number of prescriptions skyrocketed, and so did cases of addiction, beginning a crisis that continues today. What makes opioids so addictive? Mike Davis explains what we can do to reverse the skyr…
 
Individually, they are young, black, and (mildly) successful...but when they are together they form the world famous Hentations. @shutupcole, @unruly_dw, @theybgeekinleek, and @clarke_kent02 offer up their nuanced thoughts and hot takes on music, relationships, pop culture, and much more....On today's episode, we are once again joined by guest star…
 
Your hands, up close, are anything but smooth. With peaks and valleys, folds and rifts, there are plenty of hiding places for a virus to stick. If you then touch your face, the virus can infect you. But there are two extraordinarily simple ways you can keep that from happening: soap and water, and hand sanitizer. So which is better? Alex Rosenthal …
 
This week we welcome 1 half of Tenacious D and 100% of the one and only Jack Black. We dig deep into his fascinating and often hilarious mind touching upon his early musical influences and experiences that led him down the creative path. He also discusses the importance of being your authentic self and the things that allowed him to find his “own v…
 
In this week’s episode, I’m super excited to share a BIG Love & Life announcement! Join me to be the first to hear the news! I also answer two listeners’ questions. “Ella” asks, “My boyfriend is from Venezuela and lives here under political asylum. We definitely experience some challenges due to our different cultural backgrounds. Also, he wants ch…
 
You've been accused of a crime you did not commit. It's impossible to prove your innocence. If you insist that you're innocent anyway, you'll likely be found guilty and executed. But if you confess, apologize, and implicate others, you'll go free. This was the choice facing those accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts in the 17th century. Ho…
 
Mark Gonzales is a futurist with an amazing, beautiful gift for bringing people together to dream about all that is socially possible. He uses design principles, with a focus on empathy, to help organization create a human-centered approach towards goals. Buy his book, In Times of Terror Wage Beauty, and bring him to speak at your convening. Mark i…
 
LaunchLeft welcomes Simón Mejía of Bomba Estéreo to talk about the power of nature and music through his travels from Afro-Colombian communities on the Pacific coast of Colombia to indigenous communities in the mountains as part of a new film project, Stand For Trees. Bastian Velasco won the global remix contest for the Stand For Trees teaser sound…
 
By 2050, it's estimated that over 65% of the world will be living in cities. We may think of nature as being unconnected to our urban spaces, but trees have always been an essential part of successful cities. Humanity has been uncovering these arboreal benefits since the creation of our first cities thousands of years ago. So what makes trees so im…
 
Australians call them "runners." The British know them as "trainers." Americans refer to them as "sneakers." Whatever you call them, these casual shoes are worn by billions of people around the world. Today, roughly 23 billion shoes are produced each year. So, how can we balance our love of sneakers with the need for sustainability? Angel Chang exp…
 
Individually, they are young, black, and (mildly) successful...but when they are together they form the world famous Hentations. @shutupcole, @unruly_dw, @theybgeekinleek, and @clarke_kent02 offer up their nuanced thoughts and hot takes on music, relationships, pop culture, and much more....Time Stamps3:32 - Toast to all healthcare professionals, e…
 
The conversation travels far and wide with actor/director/writer/playwright and friend of LaunchLeft John Cameron Mitchell while he’s quarantining in Palm Desert. Art, theatre, music, sex, film and humanity -- AIDS, MacGayver auditions, drag queens and non-essential oils- it all gets covered in just over 40 minutes! Sob Sister pops in to close the …
 
Growing up I used to ask my mom, “How will I know when I’ve met the right guy?” She replied with the answer so many of us heard, “You’ll just know.” But HOW do we “just know”? Will our hearts lead us in the right direction? What if our heart says, “Yes” but our head says, “No!” And, considering I almost married the wrong person (I called off my fir…
 
A baby cursed at birth. A fierce battle of good and evil. A true love awoken with a kiss. Since premiering in 1890, "The Sleeping Beauty" has become one of the most frequently staged ballets in history. So what makes this piece so beloved? And what exactly does ballet bring to this— or any other— story? Ming Luke shares what makes ballet the perfec…
 
Matt discusses what he has been doing with movies to keep sane during this quarantine. Oh, and if you're looking for fear and negativity, you will get none here. Only frustration and anger over the self-appointed moral guardian COVID cops out there trying to police the rest of us. If that's you, you may not want to listen unless you want to be offe…
 
This is episode 8 of our animated series "Think Like A Coder." This 10-episode narrative follows a girl, Ethic, and her robot companion, Hedge, as they attempt to save the world. The two embark on a quest to collect three artifacts and must solve their way through a series of programming puzzles. [Directed by Kozmonot Animation Studio, narrated by …
 
Tom & Brent of Men And Whales join Rachel to discuss Surf Wax America! You won’t want to miss this fun song discussion because the guys did their homework and brought a lot to the table. First they talk pod, then they discuss their history as a band and as Weezer fans. Then they’re off to talk about Weezer’s debut album’s upbeat and unique classic.…
 
Aphids can reproduce incredibly fast: they can make 20 new generations within a single season. And that means lots of poop. Some aphid populations can produce hundreds of kilograms of poop per acre— making them some of the most prolific poopers on the planet. We know this poop as the sweet, syrupy liquid called honeydew. George Zaidan explores the …
 
LaunchLeft welcomes Kathy Valentine of the Go-Go’s as she discusses her ups and downs as a touring musician, sharing the stage with the likes of David Bowie, The Police and The Rolling Stones and what it takes to be a female in a world class rock n’ roll ensemble. Kathy also gives us a vignette of her newly released memoir “All I Ever Wanted” and l…
 
We’re all navigating uncharted waters—trying to stay physically safe and emotionally sound in the midst of a global pandemic. Psychotherapist Kate Lambie, LCPC, joins me to unpack six simple strategies for managing our mindset and maintaining our psychological wellbeing during Covid-19. We discuss 6 “Gs” (grounded in psych research and psychotherap…
 
Throughout her life, Rosa Parks repeatedly challenged racial violence and the prejudiced systems protecting its perpetrators. Her refusal to move to the back of a segregated bus ignited a boycott that lasted 381 days and helped transform civil rights activism into a national movement. But this work came at an enormous risk— and a personal price. Ri…
 
Ethanol: this molecule, made of little more than a few carbon atoms, is responsible for drunkenness. Often simply referred to as alcohol, ethanol is the active ingredient in alcoholic beverages. So how exactly does it cause drunkenness, and why does it have dramatically different effects on different people? Judy Grisel explores alcohol's journey t…
 
The Monkey King, a legendary troublemaker hatched from stone and schooled in divine magic, had stolen the Dragon Lord's most treasured weapon: a magical staff. Returning to his kingdom to show off his treasure to his tribe of warrior monkeys, he finds himself caught in the clutches of two soul collectors, dragging him to his death. Shunan Teng deta…
 
Rufus Wainwright: Portrait Launched Artist: Ane Diaz We begin Episode #33 with an honest and topical discussion with Mr. Wainwright, whose been sharing his music freely on social media for some time now. Since quarantine he has redoubled/tripled/quadrupled his efforts with his robe recitals daily! We get 22 glorious minutes with him to discuss the …
 
Most characteristics of depression—sadness, feelings of worthlessness, anhedonia—though undesirable, are fairly straightforward. But according to clinical psychologist, Dr. Margaret Robinson Rutherford, sometimes depression hides. In her book, Perfectly Hidden Depression: How to Break Free from the Perfectionism that Masks Your Depression, Dr. Ruth…
 
Loading …
Google login Twitter login Classic login