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Swift Unwrapped
Daily+
 
An audio spin off of Swift Weekly Brief and discussions on the Swift programming language.
 
Part Twilight Zone but wholly unique, The Lift is an ongoing audio drama featuring a mysterious girl who guides visitors to their transformations. The hall is dark and the overhead light flickers. Sounds echo, and there’s a creaking and clanging which gets louder as you stand in the semi-dark. The elevator opens and you’re offered a ride. A dark place whose original luster is now lost to time. The unlikely, old Victorian building sits overlooked by most on the edge of Pittsburgh. Originally ...
 
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Take Up Code
Monthly
 
Take Up Code is a podcast that explains computer programming topics through fun and engaging examples that you can relate to. The guided format allows you to gain valuable understanding of topics that will reinforce your studies, allow you to train new skills that you can apply on your job, and change your thinking about what it takes to become a professional programmer. The episodes are as short as possible so you can squeeze them into your daily routine.
 
Podcast by Somers/Herron
 
With Tom Allen and Suzi Ruffell.A podcast where two homo comedians talk about life, love and culture... sometimes. Banner/Logo Photo Credit 📸 Andy Hollingworth Archive
 
We're Jimi (@asinhendrix) and Tommy (@MusicalMash) and we're obsessed with musical theatre. Like, really, we won't shut up about it. And now YOU get to listen, too! If you're looking for two diehard musical theatre nerds babbling on about Sondheim, then this is the podcast for you!
 
You know the feeling… that sense that there's something more. It beckons you, catching you by surprise in a quiet moment, when the clatter and clang of the day fades, and you can almost hear a deeper music stirring. It's the whisper of a promise that aches, it's so beautiful. That's a place that we all have. We've hidden it. Hidden from it. In our pain. In our fear. And hoped in our secret hearts that its promise is true. It's scary. We all know intuitively that it will crumble the construct ...
 
Here Goes Nothing - A show called nothing that has a bit of everything. We cover many aspects of our own rather random fandoms and interests.We review beers, talk film; games; metal; retro tv; niche subcultures. There are fully produced skits and many many guest appearances in our 'HGN mystery guest caller line' shows.HERE GOES NOTHING RETURNS TO YOUR EARHOLES SOON!!
 
Native San Franciscan author and humorist, SK Morton runs the lousiest walking tour in the City. Now he's turned his attention to annoying people on a scale befitting the world wide web. Take a listen and try to guess when SK is lying, telling the truth or just disinterested.
 
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Discuss on Reddit ➤ Support the Show ➤ Quick! Let’s hop on the trolley and head on down to the World's Fair as we deep dive into the classic ‘Meet Me in St. Louis’. This time around the bend we talk about music-making in the Freed unit and the finesse of Judy Garland’s incredible performance; try and work out just what went wrong with the stage ...…
 
This coffee break continues the exploration of music composed during the Third Reich by first listening to Werner Eck's ominous Waffentanz (Weapon Dance), a state-commissioned piece, and Carl Orff's Carmina Burana. Hans Pfitzner's career was stifled because his opposition to antisemitism; we listen to a piece of Symphony in C. Paul Hindemith es ...…
 
This somber edition continues the theme of composing music under authoritarian regimes, this time under the Third Reich. We listen to pieces written by numerous composers, some who survived World War II and some who did not. We begin with with Pavel Haas's powerful Study for Strings and then Hugo Distler's God is Our Sure Defense; neither compo ...…
 
Patrick is at the end of his life and has something very important to take care of before he draws his final breath. He seeks out his old friend, Victoria, to take her up an a promise made long ago.Enter Abigail who is connected to both of them in a very special way.Starrring: Amber Collins as Victoria, Erika Sanderson as Abigail, and Karim Kro ...…
 
Discuss on Reddit ➤ Support the Show ➤ The wind is firmly blowing in from the east which spells the arrival of the world’s favourite nanny, ‘Mary Poppins.’ An absolute classic, this show has had a fascinating journey from page to stage. As we team up with the Banks family from Cherry Tree Lane we discuss how Mary Poppins became a cultural pheno ...…
 
This coffee break ventures back into the stressful world of music composition under the political oppression of Stalin's Soviet Union. We listen to Prokofiev's Zdravitsa (A Toast in Honour of Stalin's 60th Birthday), which rides the boundary between great music and political pandering. Shostakovitch gets out of the political doghouse by writing ...…
 
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This coffee break begins our investigation of music composed under Russia's Soviet regime beginning with a piece by Kabalevsky, a simple, open composition which might be the Soviet ideal. We battle on the ice with Prokofiev's composition for Alexander Nevsky, the epic movie by Sergei Eisenstein--another piece vaunted by the Kremlin. But Prokofi ...…
 
Discuss on Reddit ➤ Support the Show ➤ We don’t even know how to begin, but we certainly know that we are here and discussing Dave Malloy’s spookily exquisite song-cycle, ‘Ghost Quartet.’ Spanning two full episodes where they dissect the show track-by-track, the boys get existential and talk about the other side, universal consciousness theory, ...…
 
This coffee break continues with music infused with mechanical sounds beginning with Toccata for Percussion Instruments by Carlos Chaves. Then we veer into how traditional instruments can be used to make nontraditional sounds in the surprising String Quartet #1, "Protestation Quartet" by Gloria Coates. We push the sounds of artificially altered ...…
 
Discuss on Reddit ➤ Support the Show ➤ We don’t even know how to begin, but we certainly know that we are here and discussing Dave Malloy’s spookily exquisite song-cycle, ‘Ghost Quartet.’ Spanning two full episodes where they dissect the show track-by-track, the boys get existential and talk about the other side, universal consciousness theory, ...…
 
The coffee break uses Georges Antheil's Ballet mécanique as a springboard to an exploration about movement in music. We backtrack to Honegger's Pacific 231 then listen to snippets of the rest of his Mouvement Symphonique, one movement composed to recreate the experience of playing rugby. We end on a surprising piece honoring steel manufacturing ...…
 
Discuss on Reddit ➤ Support the Show ➤ We’re hanging by a thread and dangling over the madness that is David Yazbek’s ‘Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.’ Based on the Spanish cult film by Almódovar, the boys traverse the winding plotlines to get to the root of what the musical is trying to say. They discuss its limited critical success ...…
 
Our journey continues on water by exploring the barcarolle, the traditional folk song sung by Venetian gondoliers, or a piece of music composed in that style, listening to Offenbach's Tales of Hoffman and Wagner's Flying Dutchman. We come Down Jersey to listen to Mr. Somer's composition On the Cohansey then head out to the high seas with Britte ...…
 
Discuss on Reddit ➤ Support the Show ➤ We’re heading back to the turn of the 20th century in New York city as we take on the behemoth that is Ahrens and Flaherty’s ‘Ragtime.’ Back with a vengeance, the boys have six months of pent up discussion under their collective belts. This time they are talking about whether an epic production needs an ep ...…
 
Did we mention we are at New York Pride? Because we’re at New York Pride. Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
Our transportation music journey hits its stride by climbing onto a trolley, taking Le Metro, and hurtling the turnstile to jump a subway with pieces by Jacques Ibert, Amanda Harberg, and Mr. Somers. But we catch up with modernity by traveling by automobiles propelled by Gershwin, Copland, and Frances White. A quick jump into the way-back machi ...…
 
Proposal SE-0258 Review threads: First review Second review Third review Blog post by Vincent Padreilles on using property wrappers Blog post by John Sundell on The Swift 5.1 features that power SwiftUI’s API Originally pitched in the Swift forums as "Property Behaviors" in 2015-2016 NSHipster article Thanks to this episode's Sponsors Clubhouse ...…
 
Classic music and rail travel developed throughout the Western world in parallel so perhaps it shouldn't be surprising that there is so much music inspired by the steam engine. This coffee break takes us back to the rails with polkas by Eduard and Johann Strauss. We check in on the conceptual and influential Arthur Honegger's Pacific 231 and ci ...…
 
This coffee break continues the exploration of the music of travel, first by sleigh. We begin with a fun ride with Leroy Anderson and hear the similarities with Mozart's (Leopold) The Sleigh Ride. We tap into a Sibelius piece then travel into Mother Russia with Prokofiev and Sviridov. We put up our horses and continue the journey by steam engin ...…
 
Music is not about the destination, but the journey, and this coffee break is all about the journey. We listen to music that traveling by foot, caravan, and horse composed by Mussorgsky, Respighi, Händel, and Sibelius. Warhorses Gallop by Yaoching Chan, performed on an erhu, is a wonderful representation of riding a hard-charging horse. And we ...…
 
The boys are back to discuss all of the nominated musicals for this year’s Tony Awards! If you want the low-down on what’s hot and what’s not in the musicals category then this is the podcast for you. Including discussions of artistry in musical theatre, the importance of impersonation in jukebox musicals and a pondering as to why viral sensati ...…
 
School assembly, Cats and prison visitors Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
Links XcodeGen Announcing Swift support in CMake Buck Bazel Bazel's Apple platform rules llbuild Thanks to this episode's Sponsors Sentry.io Sentry tells you about errors in your code before your customers have a chance to encounter them. With Sentry, you’ll see exactly how many users have been impacted by a bug, the stack trace, the commit tha ...…
 
Eating peanuts while the cool kids chat and Suzi looks great in hiking gear Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
Suzi’s writing nook and Tom’s indecision Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
Tom’s troll take down goes viral and other thoughts! Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
Relevant Links SE-0255: Implicit returns from single-expression functions Tweet from Ben Cohen Swift Forums Acceptance Post SE-0257: Eliding commas from multiline expression lists Swift Mint Thanks to this episode's Sponsors Sentry.io Sentry tells you about errors in your code before your customers have a chance to encounter them. With Sentry, ...…
 
Not getting enough sleep, Lisa Stansfield and school dinners. Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
"Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage." - Lao TzuThis coffee break unabashedly continues its exploration of love songs, serenades, duets, and more written by the great composers. We dip into operas from Wagner, Mozart, Rossini and other showing how love can be expressed in so many ways. ...…
 
Travel bags, paper pants and wetting yourself in Toys ‘R’ Us Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
“You know you're in love when you can't fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.” ― Dr. Seuss. This coffee break discovers that there are many ways to say "I Love You" as we continue our exploration in the dreamy world of love songs. We start with instrumental pieces--first, light and yearning, then move into some songs c ...…
 
This coffee break delves into love as a many splendored thing and a source of inspiration for wonderful music. We begin with Roy Harris' Symphony No. 4 sense of the longing love of the one not here. We hear Harry Burleigh's maternal love for the Little Mother of Mine. Then we go way, way back to some secular, but not quite romantic, love songs ...…
 
Beavers, Cubs, football and the YMCA. Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
This coffee break dips back in Bizet's Carmen, this time listening to the opera version rather than the orchestral version, the "Habanera" from act 1 and the "Toreador Song" from act 2, among the best known of all operatic arias, including a fast, fun quintet and the tragic last scene. We also listen to selections from his incidental music to A ...…
 
Old-fashioned slurs, new puppies and cockney rhyming slang. Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
Relevant Links UTF-8 String blog post on swift.org Piercing the String Veil post on Swift forums SE-241 Deprecate String Index Encoded Offsets SR-9749: The bug that led to deprecating encodedOffset Thanks to this episode's Sponsors Sentry.io Sentry tells you about errors in your code before your customers have a chance to encounter them. With S ...…
 
Are we all being ripped off? Art, co-dependency and monkey poo coffee. Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
YCCB apologizes for the Bizet pun, but we finally got it our of our systems. In this coffee break we explore the brief career of this French composer. Bizet struggled throughout his career to make a living. Berlioz hailed Bizet and said that he had a "masterpiece in him." He was right, but Bizet became famous weeks after his death. We listen to ...…
 
It’s been five years since Ava last left her house. It’s the one place, on Earth, she feels safe. But everything changes when a ride on Victoria’s Lift forces her to confront her past - and with it - herself.Get your copy of The Lift, 9 Stories of Transformation Volume One - now available on Amazon.A 9th Story Studios Production | Foytik, Lowma ...…
 
Are our phones spying on us, a Shakira toilet and a crafternoon with a difference. Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
Berlioz wrote to a friend: "If I were threatened with the destruction of the whole of my works save one, I should crave mercy for the Messe des morts." This coffee break explores the power and drama of the Berlioz Requiem, written for a massive orchestra and chorus. But it is the Trojans, his most ambitious work, that many consider the summatio ...…
 
Great Aunt Fanny, turning in to your mother and the side of pride you don’t see are on the pod agenda this week Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/pr ...…
 
This coffee break digs deeper into the brilliant career of Hector Berlioz. A Shakeperean expert who read the Bard and English and French, he composed music for King Lear. But Hector was a wanderer and refused to be defined by any prexisting order of music. He delved into Lord Byron's Romanticism and produced the wonderful Harold in Italy, which ...…
 
Overnight trains, pillow spray, salmon blazers and organ theft are the big topics on this week’s show. Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
It was only three years between Beethoven's last piece to Berlioz' Symphonie fantastique, but in many ways they were light years in mood, tempo, and technique. This coffee break explores Berlioz' free-flowing and emotional music. We follow his recurrent theme, his idée fixe that represented his love, into the fields to the guillotine to a witch ...…
 
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Cutting the apron strings, the ‘burbs and Tom being the last person on Pinterest. Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
We continue training a young pianist to utilize full potential. We listen to a piece which requires a pianist to create two voices on the keyboard. How to toss the voices back and forth from each hand. How does one hand create two voices? We use a Mozart sonata to highlight the "sleight of hand" a master must utilize to hide the mastery. We tal ...…
 
More fun with our Like Minded Friends as we discuss outrage culture, the perils of social media and hotel cheese on toast. Don’t forget you can email the show chattolikemindedfriends@gmail.com, and if you like us why not leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever it is you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit a ...…
 
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