Best Cultural Heritage podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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Series of podcasts examining what we mean by 'Cultural Heritage', how the idea of it is transformed by society and indeed transforms society around it and Oxford's contribution to Cultural Heritage
 
Cultural Heritage is a documentary program series that looks back at the history of human civilizations which have flourished along the rivers and mountainous landscapes in China. The civilizations can be traced back thousands of years ago. Their golden days have left their marks, but in face of modernization, they are being slowly washed away. The ten episodes of the series reveal how men manage to survive upon the gifts from the nature, a manifestation of the human wisdom. The series takes ...
 
‘Cultural Heritage - Ancient Capital’ is the 5th series of 'Cultural Heritage' programme, with 8 episodes of documentary to explore different important capitals throughout the thousands of years in the Chinese history. These capitals, though all facing modernization nowadays, the marks of civilization glories can be traced, and the precious value of traditional spirit can still be found.
 
“Where there is railway, there is civilization.” Railway can bring about resources, manpower and culture. It can bring about prosperity. The ten episodes of travel and culture documentary take the audience to China Railway Museum to look at all sorts of trains, from the oldest ones to the newest high speed rail. Our young presenters, Rannes Man, Tiffany Lee, Kay Ho, Leanne Ho and Anjaylia Chan shall introduce more railway lines to you, including the northernmost railway, Nenlin Railway, the ...
 
Discussions with international lawyers and legal scholars about current legal issues in the fields of art, museums, archeology, cultural property, and cultural heritage.
 
The Lāna‘i Culture & Heritage Center in Lāna‘i City was established in 2007, and is a federally recognized 501c3 non-profit charitable organization. Our programs seek to inspire people to be informed, thoughtful and active stewards of Lāna‘i's legacy landscape by preserving, interpreting and celebrating its natural history, Hawaiian traditions, diverse heritage and cultures, and ranching and plantation era histories.
 
Cultural Heritage Forum
 
Series of podcasts examining what we mean by 'Cultural Heritage', how the idea of it is transformed by society and indeed transforms society around it and Oxford's contribution to Cultural Heritage
 
Cultural Heritage Forum
 
Each episode of Distillations podcast takes a deep-dive into a moment of science-related history in order to shed light on the present.
 
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Red Ice Radio
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Headquartered in Sweden and North America, Red Ice Radio is a talk radio program hosted by Henrik Palmgren, predominately focusing on issues concerning European survival. Henrik interviews authors, researchers and commentators for two hours, three times a week. The second hour is available for members. The show is independent, commercial free and supported by members, available on demand directly from redice.tv.
 
The Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference aims to raise public awareness and develop understanding of the issues surrounding the protecting of cultural heritage at risk from armed conflict. Focussing on the Middle East, the area currently undergoing the greatest destruction and where the heritage is most at risk, we aim to demonstrate the importance of the heritage, why its destruction matters, and what can be done. Topics to be explored will include the material heritage of the region f ...
 
The Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference aims to raise public awareness and develop understanding of the issues surrounding the protecting of cultural heritage at risk from armed conflict. Focussing on the Middle East, the area currently undergoing the greatest destruction and where the heritage is most at risk, we aim to demonstrate the importance of the heritage, why its destruction matters, and what can be done. Topics to be explored will include the material heritage of the region f ...
 
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A Taste of the Past
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Linda Pelaccio, a culinary historian, takes a weekly journey through the history of food on A Taste of the Past. Tune in for interviews with authors, scholars and culinary chroniclers who discuss food culture from ancient Mesopotamia and Rome to the grazing tables and deli counters of today. Each week Linda explores the lively link between food cultures of the present and past.
 
This album contains the podcasts recorded at the second Protecting the Past conference, co-organised by the Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa (EAMENA) project of the University of Oxford with the American University of Iraq in Sulaimani and the University of Sulaimani. It was held in Sulaimani - Iraq on 30-31 October 2016. Participants discussed projects to monitor and protect cultural heritage in Iraq and the MENA region as whole. Podcasts are available in English, ...
 
Comedian, podcaster and super-fan Iszi Lawrence (The Z List Dead List) presents snippets from the exclusive programme of Members’ lectures at the British Museum, artfully woven together with interviews and musings. The Membercast is a monthly podcast made available to ‘all studious and curious persons’, but we will definitely encourage you to become a Member if you aren’t already! Interested in becoming a Member? You can find out more at britishmuseum.org/membership. Direct your questions ab ...
 
Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific Seminar Series
 
A Canadian History Podcast for Everyone!
 
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Stance
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Named in Guardian's 'Best Podcasts 2017', Stance is an independent monthly podcast exploring arts, culture and current affairs from diverse, global perspectives. Stance is presented as a transatlantic conversation between Chrystal in London and Heta in San Francisco. Guests include Emmy-winning Riz Ahmed, author Yaa Gyasi, Oscar-nominated artist JR, musicians Ibeyi, political campaigner Gina Miller, Grammy-winning musician Four Tet. Stance aims to inform, entertain and inspire action. Join t ...
 
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Radio 3Fourteen
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Established in 2012, Radio 3Fourteen is a talk radio program hosted by Lana, heavily focusing on European identity and culture. Lana speaks with various bloggers, authors and social commentators for one hour every other week. The show is commercial free, supported by listeners and is available on demand as part of the Red Ice network on Redice.tv. Red Ice members also have access to a filmed version of selected interviews.
 
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Japan Eats!
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What is Japanese food? Sushi? Ramen? Kaiseki? What about Izakaya? What exactly are they? Akiko Katayama, a Japanese native, New York-based food writer and director of the New York Japanese Culinary Academy, will tell you all about the real Japanese food and food culture. Her guests will range from a sake producer whose family has centuries of sake-making history, to a great American chef who pushes the envelope of Japanese cuisine. Japanese cuisine is demystified here!
 
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Travel Tape
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From guidebook and travel feature writer Robert Scott Kelly comes this immersive story-driven podcast offering a full pack of tales, histories, interviews, and curiosities from around our world. Learn more: http://www.robertscottkelly.com
 
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Ireland Talking
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Talk show reflecting all aspects of life in Ireland, both North and South. It will feature well known and not so well known personalities and feature heritage items also
 
Join us as we explore the wonderful world of the Blues, and its history, heritage, and rich cultural traditions.
 
Living Heritage is a podcast about people who are engaged in the heritage and culture sector: from museum professionals and archivists, to tradition bearers and craftspeople - all those who keep heritage alive at the community level. We talk about their work, their passions, and the day-to-day safeguarding of culture and tradition.
 
A Project of the Goethe-Institut New York
 
Inspiring stories of today that connect us to the past. How does saving an old taco stand affect a local community? Can sleeping in slave dwellings help reconcile race relations? Are we making history fun for the rising generation? Hear these stories and more as HiFi History explores how saving places and other tangibles and intangibles from the past (aka “historic preservation”) improves your life and your community.
 
Immigrants make our food system vibrant, diverse and delicious. Each week, food writer Sari Kamin will speak to a noteworthy guest about how food helps connect them to their past, ease potential conflict across cultures and strengthen the future. She’ll also explore what it’s really like to be an immigrant in the U.S.A today.
 
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WORLD FOOTPRINTS
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From exploring New Orleans’ culture with James Carville to Maya Angelou’s journey from a San Francisco streetcar operator to celebrated poet and novelist, World Footprints brings unique and thoughtful conversations about the places and people who inspire exploration of our planet, transformative travel and positive life choices. Hosts Tonya and Ian Fitzpatrick, Esqs.—three-time North American Travel Journalists’ Association award winners for excellence in travel broadcasting—will change the ...
 
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Galway City Museum
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A selection of recorded Public Talks from Galway City Museum.
 
Latinos are the largest and fastest growing minority group in the country. Though many are recent immigrants, Hispanics have been living in America as far back as the 16th century, even before settlers from England. How has the the American narrative been shaped by Latinos, and how will they continue to shape it? We bring you stories of the Hispanic/Latino American experience, past, present, and future. Stories include: Where did the term Hispanic/Latino come from?; Latinos in the military; ...
 
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Cities in History
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Urban history explorations
 
Behind the Scenes with MN Musicians: Off-Mic & On-Camera offers unparalleled accessibility and engagement with Minnesota artists through unique first-person videos, interviews, and performances. It's like a dating service...for the arts. Support for this program comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. ###
 
The Discover Library and Archives Canada: Your History, Your Documentary Heritage podcast is where Canadian history, literature and culture await you. Each month, we will showcase treasures from our vaults, guide you through our many services and introduce you to the people who acquire, safeguard and make known Canada’s documentary heritage.
 
American Italian Radio (AIR) is a weekly, 60 minute show each Wed. at 8pm. The motto, “You’re on the AIR”, plays on the name of American Italian Radio. Contrary to the familiar phrasing “Italian American”, the show puts America first, yet highlights a strong focus on the Italian culture and traditions which molds and influences all of us. Each week the hosts talk to a guest of American Italian heritage. The show is programed with one guest for each show, and for the hosts to drive conversati ...
 
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Weekend Hit List
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Like a tweet for the airwaves; it’s 90 seconds of lifelong learning with a rock and roll sound track. Going beyond the standard “concert calendar”, the Weekend Hit List is the ultimate weekly guide to where you should hang out, rock out, museum-crawl or dance 'til you drop in Minnesota providing the contextual, historical and artistic significance behind your plans for the weekend. It’s the ultimate audio guide to the weekend for a diverse, connected and mobile Minnesota. The Weekend Hit Lis ...
 
Real College Podcast is a 30-ish minute podcast focusing on artistic and cultural events and trends happening in the Twin Cities. Harnessing the creative capital of Minnesota’s next generation of innovators, historians, entrepreneurs and creative and told through first person storytelling and reporting and delivered instantly through any internet connection anywhere. Real College Podcast reflects the varied layers of Minnesota’s rich artistic and cultural history; providing a lifetime’s wort ...
 
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BanglaCast
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The First Podcast Dedicated to Bangladesh: It'c Culture and Heritage!!
 
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BaseMNt Music
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BaseMNt Music is a monthly podcast featuring underground and undergraduate bands from Minnesota, giving student musicians a unique opportunity to connect with the larger musical community and to get heard by more folks than just their college roommates. Support for this program comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
 
"Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio" is the Blog Tak Show hosted by Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation on behalf of the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition. www.gullahgeechee.net Cum fa yeddi bout who wi da and cunneck wid de riddim ob de sea wid wi Gullah/Geechee! Disya da we show-Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio! Become a fan: http://www.facebook.com/pages/GullahGeechee-Riddim-Radio/204639859578067
 
"The Hidden Now Heard podcast is a collection of oral histories that investigate life at long stay hospitals for people with a learning disability across Wales. It's an opportunity to uncover a hidden part of Wales' history, we will speak to nurses, doctors, hospital administrators and most importantly patients who may have spent most of their lives in hospital. Hidden Now Heard is a Mencap Cymru project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund with support from the Welsh Government. The Hidden ...
 
There's a lot more to Notting Hill Carnival than a great street party. This album gives you a true insider guide, by some of the people who have made the Carnival what it is today. Its story reaches back to the darkest recesses of European tradition, through Colonialism and slavery, to racist Britain of the 1950’s and 60’s. It merges contemporary ideas with art forms reaching back via the Caribbean slave plantations to tribal Africa. And its setting in West London brings out a history of the ...
 
What are museums for? In this album we look behind the displays to reveal the conflicting roles, power struggles and ethical dilemmas that affect museums today. Once the undisputed sources of authority on the objects in their care, museums now have to justify their decisions to the government, to their audiences, sometimes even to vociferous pagans. The challenge is to reach out to new audiences and devise new ways of communicating with them. The rewards are many: to maintain status and resp ...
 
The Family Tree Magazine Podcast is your 30-minute dose of genealogy education and fun from the publishers of America's #1 genealogy magazine: Family Tree Magazine. Each month, you'll hear top genealogy tips from our editors and experts, news from the blogosphere from the Genealogy Insider, sneak peeks of upcoming genealogy articles, information on great genealogy websites. Get the tips you need to build your family tree, learn about your cultural heritage, and create a genealogical legacy. ...
 
Annemarie Evans explores Hong Kong and digs up many aspects of our social, cultural, architectural and artistic heritage.Catch it live:Saturdays 7:30am - 8:00am, first broadcastSundays 6:15pm - 6:45pm, repeat broadcastPodcast: Weekly update and available after its first broadcast. *************************If you would like to share your story or idea with us, please contact us at hkhradio3@gmail.com *************************
 
#DigitalHeritage specialist Jeff Guin (@heritagevoices) interviews thought leaders who are using the social web to advocate for cultural heritage. OWN YOUR HERITAGE!
 
The Discover Library and Archives Canada: Your History, Your Documentary Heritage podcast is where Canadian history, literature and culture await you. Each month, we will showcase treasures from our vaults, guide you through our many services and introduce you to the people who acquire, safeguard and make known Canada’s documentary heritage.
 
Anglophile Guide to British travel, culture and history with profiles of British destinations, events and landscapes and tips celebrating Britain's heritage.
 
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Tune in to this Black Philanthropy Month broadcast of Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio as Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) recaps "Gullah/Geechee Nation Appreciation Week 2018" and discusses "Black Philanthropy Month." The Gullah/Geechee Nation opened the month with two major fundraising and awareness events hel ...…
 
Coco Kayoko Seo, Japanese beverage specialist, worked at the legendary Japanese cocktail bar Angel’s Share in East Village, and is a certified as Sake and Shochu Adviser. Currently she hosts a fun, weekly educational happy hour at Bar Moga in the West Village called Coco’s Spirit. We will discuss how Coco became a Japanese beverage expert, what ...…
 
This weekend on Hong Kong Heritage, Annemarie is joined by Fermi Wong, the founder of NGO Unison, an ardent fighter against racism and discrimination and an outspoken supporter of South Asian communities in Hong Kong. Fermi came to Hong Kong at the age...
 
Dries Van Langenhove is a law student and founder of the Flemish nationalist group Shield and Friends (Schild & Vrienden). He'll talk about his group's mission and meeting Viktor Orban. A video version of this show is available here. Sign up for a membership at redicemembers.com You'll get full access to our extensive archives. Stream or downlo ...…
 
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Neil Burgess has a Masters in Science and works as a wildlife biologist for the federal government. In his spare time, he pursues his passion for learning more about shipwrecks in this province. With friends, he established the Shipwreck Preservation Society of Newfoundland & Labrador five years ago. The aim of the Shipwreck Society is to docum ...…
 
On August 8, 1918 the Entente forces, spearheaded by the Canadian and Australian Corps, inflicted a crushing defeat on the German army: a defeat that broke the back of the German army along the western front and signalled the beginning of the end to First World War.
 
Jesse Lee Peterson is an outspoken critic of the so-called “civil rights” establishment and “social justice” movements. Jesse grew up on a plantation in Alabama under Jim Crow. He moved to Los Angeles at 18, worked for 20 years, and created a cleaning business. At 40, Jesse founded BOND, a non-profit organization dedicated to “Rebuilding the Fa ...…
 
Producer Ben Halom sits down for an interview with punk musician Jeff Rosenstock.By radiok@umn.edu (Radio K (KUOM) University of Minnesota).
 
Trying to pinpoint origins of cuisines from the Caribbean is not an easy task. The many traders, invaders, colonists, and travelers left bits and pieces of their cuisines that became incorporated in the island food cultures. And Like most Caribbean islands, Jamaican foods are derived from many different settlement cultures, including British, D ...…
 
Kelly Mansell is an owner, as well as sales and marketing manager, for the popular Rocket Bakery & Fresh Food on Water Street. She has a long history of creativity in entrepreneurship and, besides her bakery, she is also involved as a partner in the Toronto-based Comrags boutique and its acclaimed fashion line. She has worked as an account dire ...…
 
Tune een fa de Gullah/Geechee Nation Appreciation Week 2018 broadcass pun we sho-Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio! Hostess Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) brings on her co-founder of the Gullah/Geechee Nation International Music & Movement Festival™ (www.GullahGeechee.info), Kwame Sha of All Mobile Productions™ ...…
 
Stance explores the notion of Coming of Age, what it means to young people, how it's expressed and celebrated across many cultures and depicted through film and felt through music. We speak to award-winning playwright and poet Inua Ellams about his critically acclaimed play Barber Shop Chronicles which is now touring internationally. And, lastl ...…
 
This week's guest is Sam Clonts, the executive Kaiseki chef at Uchu in Manhattan’s Lower East side. He earned a Michelin star at 25, five months after the opening of the restaurant. Uchu is uniquely and deeply Japanese, despite the fact that Sam trained as a chef almost entirely in the United States. We discover how Sam studied Japanese cuisine ...…
 
Join us as we wrap up our tribute to J.O.B. Records. A legendary imprint run by a man named Joe Brown, J.O.B. recorded some of the finest talent the Windy City had to offer. In part two, we’ll focus on the years 1952 to 1954, when the label enjoyed its final period of peak activity — and scored its only Billboard chart hit ("Five Long Years," b ...…
 
Join us as we wrap up our tribute to J.O.B. Records. A legendary imprint run by a man named Joe Brown, J.O.B. recorded some of the finest talent the Windy City had to offer. In part two, we’ll focus on the years 1952 to 1954, when the label enjoyed its final period of peak activity. A tribute to the J.O.B. label, on this episode of Blues Unlimi ...…
 
Join us as we aim the spotlight on J.O.B. Records. A legendary imprint run by Joe Brown — a colorful if not enigmatic figure — J.O.B. recorded some of the finest talent the Windy City had to offer. Never really known as a smoothly running operation, the label enjoyed just one R&B hit record ("Five Long Years" by Eddie Boyd) during its 25 year r ...…
 
Join us as we aim the spotlight on J.O.B. Records. A legendary imprint run by a man named Joe Brown, J.O.B. recorded some of the finest talent the Windy City had to offer. In part one, we’ll take a look at the early years, from 1949 to 1952. A tribute to the J.O.B. label, on this episode of Blues Unlimited. Pictured: A legendary release on J.O. ...…
 
Profoundly intertwined with human civilization, milk has a compelling and a surprisingly global story to tell, and historian Mark Kurlansky, author of the new book "Milk! A 10,000 Year Food Fracas" is the perfect person to tell it. HRN's Kat Johnson interviewed Mark last month at MOFAD, (Museum of Food and Drink) and shares it here with us. In ...…
 
In this month’s podcast, we’re not only discussing DNA and adoption, but also premiering several new segments. Come check out the Family Tree Magazine Podcast’s facelift!By FTMpodcast@gmail.com (Family Tree Magazine).
 
Chris Neary is President of the 2018 Royal St. John’s Regatta, which celebrates its 200th anniversary this year. In the past nine years, Chris has worn many hats with the Regatta. He’s been Vice President and Captain of the Course, Commutations Director, Secretary, and Treasurer. Chris is also an avid rower and has competed in many regattas acr ...…
 
Frank Espinoza, aka LAWereWolf, is a YouTuber and metapolitical activist who uses facts, satire, and humour to fight against internet censorship and media control. A video version of this show is available here. Henrik welcomes Frank to Red Ice for an in-depth discussion about the censorious deplatforming tactics being wielded by big technology ...…
 
Please support the people who support Blues Unlimited! This week’s episode comes to you, in part, by Dick Waterman Photography: http://dickwaterman.photoshelter.com We’ve been digging through the archives to bring you this special "best of" encore presentation. This time around, it's a whole bunch of hot rockers, smokin’ guitars, and cool boogi ...…
 
We’ve been digging through the archives to bring you this special "best of" encore presentation. This time around, it's a whole bunch of hot rockers, smokin’ guitars, and cool boogie favorites. It’s the best of Rhythm Rockin' Blues, on this episode of Blues Unlimited. Pictured: The King of Zydeco, Clifton Chenier. This episode is available comm ...…
 
This month Iszi presents the Members' exclusive lecture from Sir Barry Cunliffe and wonders how and why humans became seafarers. The human impulse to conquer the sea stems from an inbuilt urge to explore and is perhaps the driving force in human history. The British Museum Membercast is a monthly podcast made available to ‘all studious and curi ...…
 
Sushi had become a part of the American diet, and we now see more authentic sushi restaurants, particularly in NYC. In this episode, the partners at Sushi Noz in Manhattan will discuss what the authentic sushi culture is, how two young Americans opened a sushi restaurant with a classically trained Japanese chef, and much more! Japan Eats is pow ...…
 
Dr. Kevin MacDonald has a PhD in Biobehavioral Sciences and is an expert on Jewish influence and identity. He is the editor of The Occidental Observer, an online publication that focuses on White identity, White interests, and the culture of the West. Kevin is also the author of numerous books, including The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary ...…
 
Elizabeth Tuck is the Coordinator for the 2018 Victoria Park Lantern Festival. In this episode, Elizabeth talks about how the 2018 festival is the biggest yet, with even more fire and light performances, workshops, musicians, volunteer opportunities, and chances to make your own lanterns. The Lantern Festival is celebrated the last Saturday of ...…
 
The Family Tree Podcast is celebrating its 10 year anniversary! Join us as we discuss some of our favorite stories and interviews from the last decade.By FTMpodcast@gmail.com (Family Tree Magazine).
 
Need help deciding which DNA test is right for you? In this month's podcast we'll share tips for selecting your test. We're also discussing Family Tree Magazine's new look. Join us!By FTMpodcast@gmail.com (Family Tree Magazine).
 
We're hard at work on our next season. Listen to the first episode on August 21st!
 
Please support the people who support Blues Unlimited! This week’s episode comes to you, in part, by Dick Waterman Photography: http://dickwaterman.photoshelter.com Join us for part three of our look at slide guitar legend, Elmore James. This time, we’ll focus on the remaining singles from his career — for such record labels as Fire, Enjoy, Chi ...…
 
Join us for part three of our look at slide guitar legend, Elmore James. This time, we’ll focus on the remaining singles from his career — for such record labels as Fire, Enjoy, Chief, Chess, Modern, and Flair. We'll hear everything from his last recordings for Joe Bihari (in 1955 and 1956), to selections from his final recording session (for p ...…
 
Massud Ghaussy, Afghan-Japanese Francophile living in NYC, has a unique Japanese food and restaurant blog on instagram under TokyoManhattan. His posts not only describe restaurants he has visited, but also include many other elements behind the dishes, such as history, culture and cooking methods. On this episode, Massud shares his favorite Jap ...…
 
On this episode of Real College Podcast, we look at the way people make a house into a cozy and welcoming home. Question of the Week by Sadie Bozyk 1:12Hygge by Hannah Dove 3:27The House by Nathan Fervoy 11:56​By radiok@umn.edu (Radio K (KUOM) University of Minnesota).
 
From the 1920s through the 1940s "Aunt Sammy's Housekeeper's Chat" was a hit food radio program created by the USDA Bureau of Home Economics. Aunt Sammy doled out recipes, kitchen tips, and other household advice. She was so popular that the spin-off recipe book stayed in print for 50 years. But who was she? Justin Nordstrom, editor of the newl ...…
 
Terra Barrett is a public folklorist with the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador. This week, Terra talks about a Virtual Museums Canada project in Grand Falls-Windsor, which will make oral histories and photographs from the town available online. Terra and Dale also talk about Memory Mug Ups, including a Mug Up in Grand Falls-Wind ...…
 
Howdy Friends! Next week, we’ll have a BRAND NEW episode for you! Part three of our mini-series dedicated to the late, great Elmore James. In the meantime, here’s an old favorite from the archives... and while you’re giving this a listen, be sure to cruise on over to http://dickwaterman.photoshelter.com and check out some of the fine photograph ...…
 
Join us as we aim the spotlight on two fine LPs that came out on the Takoma label back in 1980, all recorded in Chicago in the early 1960s by a young blues enthusiast named Norman Dayron. This episode is available commercial free and in its original full-fidelity high quality audio exclusively to our subscribers at Bandcamp. Your annual subscri ...…
 
On this very special epsiode of Food Without Borders, Sari is joined in studio by Phil Rosenthal, the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond and host of Somebody Feed Phil, now in its second season on Netflix. Tune in to hear Phil discuss his admiration for Anthony Bourdain, his philosphy on food as a means of peace, his feelings on members of the ...…
 
Phil Rosenthal, the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond, which is the winner of 15 Emmy Awards, now takes us to the most fascinating food destinations through his fantastic food travel shows I'll Have What Phil's Having on PBS, and the new Somebody Feed Phil on Netflix. On this episode, Phil will share his his deep insight into Japanese food cul ...…
 
“This Week in Blues History” aims the spotlight on important recordings, artists, and events from the golden era of the blues. This time, we profile guitarist Blue Smitty, who cut his only session for Chess Records, this week in 1952. "This Week in Blues History" is ONLY available as a download to our bandcamp subscribers! More info -- includin ...…
 
On this weekend's Hong Kong Heritage, Lai Afong was the most important 19th Century Chinese photographer. From 1860 to 1890 he ran a studio in Hong Kong, which was then taken over by his son. Afong's beautiful landscapes and studio portaits taken i...
 
Please support the people who support Blues Unlimited! This week’s episode comes to you, in part, by Dick Waterman Photography: http://dickwaterman.photoshelter.com Join us as we take a ride down to Jackson, Mississippi, to hear some lowdown harmonica. We’ll hear from the master — Sonny Boy Williamson, plus, Papa Lightfoot, Sam Myers, Jerry "Bo ...…
 
Join us as we take a ride down to the “City with Soul,” Jackson, Mississippi, to hear some lowdown blues harmonica. We’ll hear from the master, Sonny Boy Williamson, and some all time classics that were recorded for Jackson’s very own Trumpet label. In addition, we’ll also hear from a handful of other homegrown enterprises — Ace and Champion (J ...…
 
Tune een fa yeddi "Resolutions, Restoration, Reparations: 2018 State of the Gullah/Geechee Nation!" This is the 18th Anniversay of the Gullah/Geechee Nation and the enstoolment of Queen Quet as Chieftess and Head Pun de Bodee of de Gullah/Geechee Nation. Queen Quet (www.QueenQuet.com) will discuss not only the recent apology for slavery from th ...…
 
This week's guest is Christina Lecki, the executive chef of Reynard in Brooklyn's Wythe Hotel. Lecki was inspired to pursue cooking after a trip to Japan, and she and Akiko discuss this pivotal experience, and much more! Japan Eats is powered by SimplecastBy info@heritageradionetwork.org (Heritage Radio Network).
 
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