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The Essay
Weekly+
 
Leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond, themed across a week - insight, opinion and intellectual surprise
 
Public Domain Classics, a podcast bringing you old time phonograph recordings of classical music in the public domain.
 
Podcasts from the San Francisco Symphony and Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas.
 
BBC Radio 3's Composer Of The Week is a guide to composers and their music. The podcast is compiled from the week's programmes and published on Friday, it is only available in the UK.
 
Kelly and Chris talk to you about classical music whilst making you laugh. AND LEARN. www.ThatClassicalPodcast.com
 
A talk show that focuses on the keeping, breeding and current events of the world of morelia and other pythons of the world
 
The Classical Performance podcast features the very best live classical performances, recorded by WCRB. From local up-and-comers to world-renowned masters, the Classical Performance podcast is your source for classical, on the go. Find episodes and subscribe in iTunes.
 
WNYC's Sara Fishko with sound-rich essays on art, culture, music and media - past and present.
 
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BBC Music Magazine
Monthly
 
Welcome to the BBC Music Magazine podcast. Join us once a month for the latest classical music news, the top stories in the new issue of BBC Music Magazine, a guide to the magazine’s cover CD, plus a round-up of our favourite new recordings.
 
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Sounds Good
Weekly+
 
About The Show The music on Sounds Good is a mix of legacy artists who are still making great music now (Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Bonnie Raitt ) deep cuts from classic artists (The Band, The Beatles, Grateful Dead, Talking Heads, REM) great contemporary artists who don' t receive commercial airplay ( Neko Case, Wilco , Jack White, Darrell Scott, The Black Keys) and those who defy the boundaries of categorization (Punch Brothers, Bela Fleck, Ry Cooder , Bill Fr ...
 
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Arts Desk
Weekly
 
Listen to WRTI's Arts Desk features for a daily look into the world of music, arts, and culture. Listen to brief features throughout the day!
 
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Startup Minute
Monthly+
 
Startup Minute is a global entrepreneurial culture media and technology company focused on the digital generation. Startup Minute aims to empower the youth and inspire them to pursue their full potentials. ‍Our mission is to raise awareness among the #Youth about life's opportunities and support them in chasing their dreams. Based out of Lebanon, Startup Minute features a series of interviews with entrepreneurs, creators, and makers on how they got started, as a way to motivate others to lea ...
 
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RNZ: Curtain Raiser
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Illustrated introductions to major pieces from the classical repertoire.
 
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Check out Jalal's Office Adventures Part III In this series, our new user and community member Jalal Achkar makes random videos in the office where he works due to a drastic increase in boredom! You can watch the full Jalal's Adventures Series at https://startupminute.co. _ What are you passionate about? Become a Startup Minute user. Join a vid ...…
 
New York in the 1970s, a city literally on fire, and at the same time the artistic heart of the planet. Writer and broadcaster Michael Goldfarb spent much of the decade driving a taxi cab through the carnage while looking for work as an actor. In his popular earlier series for The Essay, Trip Sheets, Goldfarb recounted his cab driving tales. No ...…
 
Donald Macleod explores the operas of Jean-Phillipe Rameau.At his death in 1764, Rameau, by then an octogenarian, had more than 30 stage works to his credit. It’s a remarkable achievement when you consider he produced his first opera at the age of 50. Up to that point, although details about his life are surprisingly patchy, he appears to have ...…
 
Donald Macleod explores the operas of Jean-Phillipe Rameau.At his death in 1764, Rameau, by then an octogenarian, had more than 30 stage works to his credit. It’s a remarkable achievement when you consider he produced his first opera at the age of 50. Up to that point, although details about his life are surprisingly patchy, he appears to have ...…
 
New York in the 1970s, a city literally on fire, and at the same time the artistic heart of the planet. Writer and broadcaster Michael Goldfarb spent much of the decade driving a taxi cab through the carnage while looking for work as an actor. In his popular earlier series for The Essay, Trip Sheets, Goldfarb recounted his cab driving tales. No ...…
 
Sibelius' Four Legends from the Kalevala In "Four Legends from the Kalevala," Jean Sibelius explored Finland's mythical past and found his own musical future.By publicrelations@sfsymphony.org (San Francisco Symphony).
 
Bruckner's Symphony No. 5 Anton Bruckner grew up an unsophisticated teacher’s son. By the time he reached Vienna and the composition of his Symphony No. 5, he had a sound combining Beethoven’s sense of mystery and suspense, Schubert’s harmony, and Wagner’s breadth in unfolding, plus a symphonic vision all his own.…
 
Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 Often called the greatest piece of music ever written, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 was the last he would ever write. The first symphony to feature a chorus and vocal soloists, Symphony No. 9 also includes the famous “Ode to Joy.”By publicrelations@sfsymphony.org (San Francisco Symphony).
 
Handel’s Messiah Often called the greatest piece of music ever written, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 was the last he would ever write. The first symphony to feature a chorus and vocal soloists, Symphony No. 9 also includes the famous “Ode to Joy.”By publicrelations@sfsymphony.org (San Francisco Symphony).
 
Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 “Eroica” The Eroica opened the floodgates for the symphonic outpouring of the nineteenth century–for Beethoven himself, Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Bruckner, and the rest. The Eroica was the longest symphony ever written when it was unveiled, and listeners and critics commented widely on that fact, to the composer’s f ...…
 
Awarded Best Americana Band of the Year at the Tennessee Music Awards in 2017 and finalists of the 2018 WKMS Battle of the Bands, local favorites, The Old Spirits, visit Sounds Good to discuss their upcoming album and plans for the new year.By tross1@murraystate.edu (Tracy Ross).
 
Since 1994, the flagship Adult Services program series at the McCracken County Public Library has entertained and educated the public with performances and lectures each month. The Evenings Upstairs program is celebrating its 25th anniversary this month, and Bobbie Wrinkle, the Adult Services librarian at McLib, visits Sounds Good to discuss th ...…
 
The New York-born songwriter Johnny Green died 30 years ago. His best known song was "Body and Soul," and as WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, that tune has charmed and challenged musicians through the ages. More, in this episode of Fishko Files.
 
New York in the 1970s, a city literally on fire, and at the same time the artistic heart of the planet. Writer and broadcaster Michael Goldfarb spent much of the decade driving a taxi cab through the carnage while looking for work as an actor. In his popular earlier series for The Essay, Trip Sheets, Goldfarb recounted his cab driving tales. No ...…
 
Premiered in 2016 at the New York Public Theatre, Pulitzer prize-winning drama, Sweat , was described by the New York Times as being the "first work of an American playwright to summon with empathy and without judgement the anxiety that put Donald Trump in the White House." Market House Theatre executive director, Michael Cochran, visits Sounds ...…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Zach Baez to discuss his recent trip to Uganda. We will talk about the experiences he had herping in one of the coolest places on the planet. Herpetological Education & Research Project
 
New York in the 1970s, a city literally on fire, and at the same time the artistic heart of the planet. Writer and broadcaster Michael Goldfarb spent much of the decade driving a taxi cab through the carnage while looking for work as an actor. In his popular earlier series for The Essay, Trip Sheets, Goldfarb recounted his cab driving tales. No ...…
 
'What do you want to be when you grow up?' A question heard frequently in childhood, most will respond with dream careers of firemen, astronauts, ballerinas, or world famous athletes. As children enter adolescence and adulthood, their answers often shift. Michael Bordieri, MSU professor of psychology, visits Sounds Good to discuss the importanc ...…
 
Internationally reknowned artist and staple of Murray, Kentucky's art community, Joy Thomas, will be honored this month in two retrospective exhibits at the Wrather West Kentucky museum and the Murray Art Guild gallery. Debi Henry Danielson, executive director of the Murray Art Guild, and widower of Joy, Fred Thomas, visit Sounds Good to discus ...…
 
1819 was a stunningly fertile year for John Keats, when he wrote five of the greatest odes in the English language and actually introduced words and phrases never heard before - "Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.....", "Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty....." . "O for a beaker full of the warm South....."Five leading contemporary poets each ...…
 
Donald Macleod journeys through the life of Felix Mendelssohn.Mendelssohn was a leading figure of German music in his day, and became something of an international celebrity. He was at the very forefront of music making during the 1830s and 1840s, as a composer, conductor, pianist and organist. He began as a highly gifted and versatile prodigy, ...…
 
Donald Macleod journeys through the life of Felix Mendelssohn.Mendelssohn was a leading figure of German music in his day, and became something of an international celebrity. He was at the very forefront of music making during the 1830s and 1840s, as a composer, conductor, pianist and organist. He began as a highly gifted and versatile prodigy, ...…
 
1819 was a stunningly fertile year for John Keats, when he wrote five of the greatest odes in the English language and actually introduced words and phrases never heard before - "Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.....", "Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty....." "O for a beaker full of the warm South....." Five leading contemporary poets each c ...…
 
60 years ago, in 1959, Dave Brubeck released one of the landmark recordings of the 20th century: Time Out, which played with off-beat time signatures. Our archival piece, Five Four Time, considers unconventional musical time – and its persistent coolness, here in the west. (Produced in 2008)
 
In this episode, we return from our holiday break, and we are joined by Ian Bessell from S & J Reptiles. We will be discussing the upcoming Southeast Carpet fest. This is the second year that Ian is leading the southeast chapter of carpet fest. It is being held in Melrose, Florida on 2/9/19. We will also be talking chondros and all of the other ...…
 
In 1819, John Keats wrote five of the greatest odes in the English language. Five leading contemporary poets each celebrate a single ode.2.Sean O'Brien on Ode on Melancholy1819 was a stunningly fertile year for John Keats, when he wrote five of the greatest odes in the English language and actually introduced words and phrases never heard befor ...…
 
Conductor and keyborad player Emmanuelle Haïm talks about the eternal quality of Handel's music, and why he’s so relevant today. WRTI’s Susan Lewis has more.By Susan@wrti.org (Susan Lewis).
 
Leonie is a Lebanese ethical Fashion Brand that produces Luxurious handmade jewelry for a social cause : women empowerment! The brand is socially empowering on 2 levels: 1- By spreading positive vibes through the produced piece itself 2- By offering new job opportunities in rural areas to marginalized women Watch the full episode and join the c ...…
 
1819 was a stunningly fertile year for John Keats, when he wrote five of the greatest and most frequently anthologised odes in the English language, fresh-minting phrases now in common use, such as "Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.....","Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty....." and "O, for a beaker full of the warm South....." All this week, ...…
 
1819 was a stunningly fertile year for John Keats, when he wrote five of the greatest odes in the English language and actually introduced words and phrases never heard before - "Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.....", "Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty....." . Five leading contemporary poets each celebrate a single ode.3.Frances Leviston ce ...…
 
Donald Macleod explores the life and music of George Gershwin.When a second-hand piano was hoisted through the window of the Gershwin family’s Lower East Side apartment, a window was quite literally opened onto a new world. Donald begins by looking at Gershwin’s early and lifelong love of the instrument. For many, he was the foremost composer o ...…
 
Donald Macleod explores the life and music of George Gershwin.When a second-hand piano was hoisted through the window of the Gershwin family’s Lower East Side apartment, a window was quite literally opened onto a new world. Donald begins by looking at Gershwin’s early and lifelong love of the instrument. For many, he was the foremost composer o ...…
 
Clive Anderson has always been fascinated by Harold Godwinson whose life and reign came to a bloody end at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, which a thousand years on is still the most famous date in English history. In his humorous look at King Harold, he wonders why Shakespeare never chose to write a play about his life - which has all the elem ...…
 
Despite the persistent rain in New York a few days ago, the usual crowds celebrated New Year's Eve in Times Square, shoulder to shoulder. We are, after all, in this together. When we do things not only together, but in the same key, in the same way, with the same steps, sounds, or movements, it has a particular power. Here is this archival Fish ...…
 
In a fascinating episode of the ASMF podcast series, Ben Eshmade meets Jeremy Denk, one of America’s foremost pianists, ahead of our tour of the USA together in February / March 2019. A must-listen for piano players and fans alike, Jeremy offers an insight into his life as a busy concert pianist, delves into the repertoire of Mozart, and reflec ...…
 
Stephen Baxter creates a vivid portrait of Edward the Confessor. By any standards, Edward the Confessor lived a remarkable life, and left a still more remarkable legacy. He was a central figure in a period of turbulent politics, characterised by factional intrigue, rebellion, invasion and conquest. He personally experienced dramatic reversals i ...…
 
The trumpet was the instrument of kings, in court and on the battlefield. Today the orchestral trumpet is an instrument for virtuosos, and used for a variety of purposes. WRTI’s Susan Lewis has more.By Susan@wrti.org (Susan Lewis).
 
Aethelred's name is a combination of the Old English word aethel, meaning 'noble, excellent', and raed, meaning 'advice, counsel'. Simon Keynes probes the life of this Anglo-Saxon monarch who ruled over one of the most turbulent times of English history.Producer: Sarah Taylor
 
The return of the major series which rediscovers the Anglo-Saxons through vivid portraits of thirty individuals - women as well as men, famous we well as humble - written and presented by leading historians, archaeologists and enthusiasts in the field.Starting at the lonely grave of an anonymous smith buried in 7th century rural Lincolnshire, L ...…
 
Music, spectacular costumes, and strutting down Broad Street? It must be New Year's Day in Philadelphia with the Mummers Parade!By Debra@wrti.org (Debra Lew Harder).
 
Michael Wood on Alfred the Great, King of Wessex and king of the Anglo-Saxons.Michael Wood chronicles Alfred's achievements: his writings; his reflections on kingship; his military skill; his rejuvenation of education and his legal expertise. Here are Alfred's own words about kingship.'What I set out to do was to virtuously and justly administe ...…
 
Donald Macleod journeys through Christmas week in the company of Heinrich Schütz.Donald begins by dipping a toe into the fertile archival territory of Schütz’s own writings, a fascinating window onto the life of the composer. Then we’re to the Striezelmarkt for a pastry and a glass of Glühwein, with a look at Christmas in 17th-century Dresden. ...…
 
Donald Macleod journeys through Christmas week in the company of Heinrich Schütz.Donald begins by dipping a toe into the fertile archival territory of Schütz’s own writings, a fascinating window onto the life of the composer. Then we’re to the Striezelmarkt for a pastry and a glass of Glühwein, with a look at Christmas in 17th-century Dresden. ...…
 
Anglo-Saxon scholar and guide at Durham Cathedral where Bede is buried, Lilian Groves explores the life and times of the saint widely regarded as one of the greatest theological scholars who gave to the world 'The Ecclesiastical History of the English People' and marvels at the thousands of visitors from around the world who still come to worsh ...…
 
Few people in history had as much access to the great midcentury jazz musicians as W. Eugene Smith - born 100 years ago this week, on December 30, 1918. The famous LIFE magazine photographer left his home and family in a New York suburb and moved to a rundown loft building on 6th Avenue, in the heart of Manhattan’s Flower District. As Smith pri ...…
 
It's a story of Hisham's love, passion, and perseverance for showcasing the beauty of his city and its people that brought Tyre's lifestyle and touristic spots to the world.Watch the full interview and join the conversation at startupminute.co.
 
Another chance to hear an Essay by the Nobel prize-winner the late Seamus Heaney, recorded before he died in 2013. This is his portrait of the great Beowulf bard and of the court poet in general - known as the "scop" in old English - a man skilled in song and the pure art of story telling.Producer: Beaty Rubens…
 
Most of these Anglo-Saxon Portraits are of named individuals, and Eadfrith, the scribe who wrote and ornamented the magnificent Lindisfarne Gospel in around 700, is no exception.But Richard Gameson's vivid and detailed account of Eadfrith is also a fascinating survey of the many unnamed scribes from the Anglo-Saxon period.A leading expert from ...…
 
Historian Tony Morris explores the life of Cuthbert, the popular saint of the Northeast, and his continuing appeal today, both on and far beyond his home, the island of Lindisfarne.
 
Martin Carver tells the sensational story of the unearthing of Britain's richest ever grave, at Sutton Hoo, in spring 1939. He goes on to describe the role of his own team from the University of York in the second wave of excavations there, and vividly recreates the life, death and burial of its probable inhabitant, King Raedwald.With a fabulou ...…
 
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