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"Welcome, fellow music aficionados! Dive into a world where raw honesty meets uproarious humor, and heartwarming tales intertwine with the power of music. Join us on our podcast journey as we delve deep into the lives of remarkable individuals, exploring the profound impact of music in their unique stories. Get ready for provocative discussions, filthy humor, and outrageous questions that promise to entertain and enlighten. Tune in, laugh out loud, and let the music move you. Welcome to our ...
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Ben Yeoh chats to a variety of thinkers and doers about their curiosities, ideas and passions. If you are curious about the world this show is for you. I have extended conversations across humanities and science with artists, philosophers, writers, theatre makers, activists, economists and all walks of life. Disclaimer: Personal podcast, no organisational affiliation or endorsement.
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Intelligence Squared

Intelligence Squared

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Intelligence Squared is the home of lively debate and deep-dive discussion. Follow Intelligence Squared wherever you get your podcasts and enjoy four regular episodes per week taking you to the heart of the issues that matter in the company of the world’s great minds. We’d love to hear your feedback and what you think we should talk about next, who we should have on and what our future debates should be. Send us an email or voice note with your thoughts to podcasts@intelligencesquared.com or ...
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The ‘Movie Survival Podcast‘ finds hosts Johnny and Shane taking a comedic approach to prepping culture by assessing iconic scenarios from disaster movies and post-apocalyptic fiction, and the possibilities of survival in each case. ScreenRant.com called it ”an interesting commentary on pop culture while also making way for unlikely survival tips.” Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Men's creativity and culture. Triumph and Disaster is a show dedicated to fascinating conversations with real guy's guy artists in every creative field and endeavor. Whether it's acting, writing, directing, producing, photography, art, music, cooking, brewing, distilling, raw denim, blacksmithing, custom furniture, coffee roasting, custom cars/motorcycles... you name it. Any manly art and creative craft goes on the T&D Podcast as long as it's done with balls and integrity. Brought to you by ...
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Currents in Religion

Currents in Religion

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Currents in Religion is a podcast from the Baylor University Religion Department and Baylor University Press. We host conversations with academics, writers, and artists that explore some of the most interesting currents in religious studies, with a focus on Christianity. Episodes release weekly. On this podcast you'll hear discussions about theology, ethics, biblical studies (New Testament and Hebrew Bible/Old Testament), history, archaeology, and so on. Engage with us on Twitter (@cirbaylor ...
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Doctor WHeasel is long-running comedy-drama scifi adventure serial, which since 2016 has combined ironic, meta-aware humour and homages to classic British TV scifi. Now in its 5th series, each episode sees heroic Time-Weasel, Doctor WHeasel, and his hapless companion, Advick Goose, careen from disaster to triumph and back again. The series created by Llordllama, features a talented revolving cast of amateur and professional voice artists. Prior to the podcast, Doctor WHeasel was created in 2 ...
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My Sista and Me

Ashlee Mercedes & Amir Givens

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My Sista and Me is hosted by @AshleeMercedes and @AmirGivens. They will discuss everything under the sun. From serious topics like politics in the media, their music endeavors and a weekly recap of current events, Listeners can also email in questions or ask for advice that will be answered in each episode (mysistaandmepodcast@gmail.com). This pop culture podcast will have you laughing and using your brain. https://music.apple.com/us/artist/ashlee-mercedes/1480502768 https://music.apple.com/ ...
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Creative Block

Media Lab YYC

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Hosted by Kyle Marshall, owner of Media Lab YYC, Creative Block features interviews with artists and entrepreneurs about where they came from, what they're doing now, and where they want to go. Certain episodes profile internet culture and how that influences online creators.
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Geeks of Cascadia

Geeks of Cascadia

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Geeks of Cascadia is your nerdy little table-top games podcast about the table-top games industry and our nerdy geeky community. We interview game developers, publishers, artists, convention organizers and more!
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THE EXPERTS podcast

Jonathan T Gilliam: US Navy SEAL and FBI Special Agent

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US Navy SEAL and FBI Special Agent Jonathan T Gilliam presents The EXPERTS! Finally, the unmedia media that uses real experts for analysis of current events instead of the usual talking heads and inexperienced ideologues. In-depth and sometimes hilarious dialogue abounds. Come along for the ride, THE TRUTH, HAS, ARRIVED! Show Music: Artist-BURNOS, Song-Octane
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In the digital age, businesses run on data. Especially at a time when workers are distributed across the globe, it's more important than ever that teams have access to the data they need, when they need it, wherever they are. In this show, we explore the world of decentralized data and the issues it raises for doing business in the 21st century. Host Molly Presley talks with a fascinating lineup of guests, including scientists, business leaders, and thinkers at the cutting edge of data scien ...
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Hosted by Monica Sabatelli (The Beauty Bitch) to bring you entertainment and insight on what it is like to be a Pro Makeup Artist in Hollywood’s Entertainment Industry, with a sprinkle of classic “girl chat”. Listen in while she dishes all the tea on career, dating, pop culture, and being your best self. Just think of this as your mini escape and uplifter through life’s craziness. She’s the friend, sister, and hype woman you didn’t know you needed. Tune into Beauty and Banter every Wednesday ...
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Sailing uncharted waters, we bring you the last voices of Gaia. Through this portal we will be exploring the evolving consciousness of humanity, we will have discussions with visionaries, ecologists, travellers, indigenous people, shamans, healers, artists, writers & creative individuals from all walks of life around the world. SBK radio is dedicated to uncovering suppressed science & knowledge to empower humanity. We bring you people who want to share valuable insights to navigating through ...
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My name is Amy and they call me The Whoracle™, a Female Liberation Artist who specializes in helping Women Wake The Fuck Up to their Absolute Power so they can live the lives of their Wildest Dreams. I work with the archetypes of Witch, Bitch and Whore and I am building a Fempire based on three of the worst things they call us. I’m on a mission to dismantle the patriarchy and help you reclaim and step into your full spiritual, energetic, mental, emotional, sexual, and creative powers with ea ...
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Reel Conversations is the Burbank International Film Festival's original interview series that features the stories of outstanding artists who have left their mark in the entertainment industry from all eras. We chat with professional actors, directors, and screenwriters about what it takes to bring their stories to life. Get career advice from working professionals, inspiration from amazing production stories, and an inside look at iconic film and television with artists you love! Hosted by ...
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Adele Garrison was the nom de plume of Nana Springer White, an American writer. Her career included time as a schoolteacher in Milwaukee. She later worked as an editor for the Milwaukee Sentinel and then a reporter and writer for the Chicago Examiner and Chicago American. “Revelations of a Wife” ran as a serial story in her daily newspaper column in multiple American newspapers from 1915 until the Depression. It told the story of the marital ups and downs of Margaret “Madge” Graham, an indep ...
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Unlock your path to creative success with the Design Break podcast, hosted by @RockyRoark—owner & design director of Blue Cyclops Design Co. Breaking into the creative world is hard enough. Making it as a freelancer is even more challenging. If you're currently considering jumping into a creative field or looking for freelance opportunities, this podcast is for you. Topics include creative community, design, branding, freelance, job searching, career advice, actionable advice, and more.
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On Tap

Alcohollywood

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In this biweekly spinoff of the Alcohollywood podcast, Clint and selected critics review the latest studio releases, indie fare, festival coverage and filmmaker interviews - straight from the tap!
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Plotlines & Popcorn

Plotlines & Popcorn

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We heard you like movies. We do too. Dapo, Tobe & Tom present a fresh take on the world of film with all the outrageous views and delightul insight you need, all in 40 minutes. Don't forget to comment, subscribe, review & share! Twitter & Instagram: @PlotlinePodcast, @ddaappoo, @Tobester95 #PlotlinesPodcast Facebook: Plotlines & Popcorn
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Arts Respond with Lucy Gellman

WNHH-LP 103.5 FM NEW HAVEN

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Lucy is a lapsed art historian who loves wordplay almost as much as community building. Prior to her time at The Arts Paper she was a reporter at the New Haven Independent and station manager at WNHH Community Radio, where she still produces and hosts Arts Respond.
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Urban Limitrophe

Alexandra Lambropoulos

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Urban Limitrophe is a podcast exploring the various initiatives happening in cities across the African continent (and diaspora) to creatively solve problems, support their communities, create vibrant urban spaces, and build better cities overall. Ideas from the continent are often overlooked. This podcast seeks to bring to light the intersecting ideas and practices from urban planning, architecture, economics, arts and culture, geography, and politics that define our urban living, and uncove ...
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Today's world can be a lot to process, so every week we take major themes in the world of politics and pop-culture and dissect them in a way that is educational, engaging and a little bit queer. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lets-tawk/support
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Let's drive in the slow lane on Sunday mornings. Pour yourself a cup of coffee or tea and just take a deep breath. Are you searching for something interesting to listen to that can be uplifting? Or, offer you a new perspective about the world? You have landed in the right place. I love plants, the arts, and living on this big blue/green planet Earth too. So join me on Sunday mornings to brighten your day with new knowledge or just light, fun educational entertainment. I just got my hot cuppa ...
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Art Watch Podcast intends to teach art history at all levels with an emphasis on Latinx and Chicanx art! These artists are often overlooked in general art historical analyses but they have contributed to the formation of art movements around the globe. My goal is to enlighten listeners about Latinx and Chicanx art while challenging institutions to incorporate more artists of color into their permanent collections. I hold a BA and MA in art history from the University of Houston and begin my ...
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Each week, two British-Arab creatives check in with each other and a rotating cast of multicultural friends from the world of writing, filmmaking, music, art and more. Bootleg Magic is like catching up with your friends, and discussing mental health, pandemics, love, relationships and all the other stuff that makes up our daily life. The podcast wraps up with a roundup of the pop culture from around the world that you need in your life to help you deal with it all.
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Our story begins in 1973 when the shy and reclusive schoolboy Jeff would spend hours hiding in the "studio" (little more than a school broom cupboard) with a record player, a cassette recorder and a handful of scratched 45's endlessly trying to emulate the DJs he would listen to whilst hiding under his bedcovers with his battered transistor radio pressed to his ear all night long endlessly as he tried to maintain the shaky reception to stations like Radio Luxembourg, the FAB 208, where you c ...
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The is the first instalment of a two-part discussion. On August 15 1947 Pakistan and India gained their independence and colonialism came to an end in the subcontinent. But it was not a time of celebration. A botched process of partition saw unprecedented sectarian violence, an estimated death of more than a million people and some 15 million more …
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1996 featured one of the biggest action/adventure hits of the century, TWISTER. This certified banger grossed $500 million at the global box office and was one of the first ever DVD's made for public purchase and rental. The phenomenon of this franchise will continue in August with TWISTERS. In the mean time, let's break down this 90's classic.…
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Feel the drumbeats of life's great symphony with the rhythm maestro, Chiko Misomali as he joins me on the latest Music Junkies episode. As someone whose musical heartbeat has fueled the likes of Biff Naked and resonated in games and commercials, Chiko brings a playlist that's the soundtrack to his life's milestones. We kick off reminiscing about ou…
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London has long been a cultural melting pot for artists from around the world who, in their own unique ways, have revealed with each touch of a brush, the impact of the dynamic environment in which they found themselves. So in celebration of its role in the artistic journeys of so many, Sotheby’s has partnered with Art UK to showcase 12 extraordina…
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This is the second instalment of three-part discussion. The writing of Rachel Cusk poses us constant challenges. Her critically acclaimed Outline trilogy and memoirs – A Life’s Work and Aftermath – dared us to rethink the limits of character, identity and what it means to be a woman. Arguably, no writer working today has pushed the boundaries of co…
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This is the first instalment of three-part discussion. The writing of Rachel Cusk poses us constant challenges. Her critically acclaimed Outline trilogy and memoirs – A Life’s Work and Aftermath – dared us to rethink the limits of character, identity and what it means to be a woman. Arguably, no writer working today has pushed the boundaries of con…
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Hansong Li is a political theorist and historian of political, economic, and legal thought. We discussed a breadth of topics ranging from the Tangut language, Eastern philosophy, development economics, to modern political ideologies and cultural expressions. Hansong’s insights shed light on historical contexts while drawing connections to contempor…
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On this episode of Data Unchained, we arew broadcasting from the 2024 NAB Trade Show. Our guest this time is CEO of Axle AI, Sam Bogoch. Sam talks about how his company is helping solve challenges in the media production space, the movement of AI processing from cloud based back to in house, and how mobile phones will remain drivers for future AI t…
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With a rare first edition of William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience about to go under the hammer, in this episode a panel of experts have come together for a conversation about the poet, artist and visionary. Chair and cultural critic Shahidha Bari is joined by art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon, cultural historian John Higgs and Sothe…
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Ever wondered how losing your job could be the best thing that ever happened to you? Today on Music Junkies, we have the hilarious Ms. Francois sharing her unique perspective on social media fame and unconventional careers, including her uproarious take on getting fired and the unexpected twist of using Instagram to gain sympathy and followers. We …
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Who owns and profits from our data, both big and small, has become one of the defining issues of the post-internet age. In their new book, Data Grab, critical media theorist Ulises A. Mejias and sociologist of media and culture Nick Couldry argue that big tech companies are taking away private citizens' most basic natural online resource and in the…
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The voyage of the space shuttle Challenger on the morning of January 28th, 1986, lasted just minutes before it broke up mid-flight. The tragic outcome for its lost crew has cast a shadow over space travel for decades since. But how did that disaster unfold? And what is its legacy for space exploration today? These are some of the questions being as…
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In this week's episode, Bad Boys crushes at the box office, The Acolyte premieres, Avengers 5 may have found a director, Michael B Jordan gives an I Am Legend 2 update, Feathers McGraw is back in a new Wallace & Gromit film, Marvel is looking for X-Men directors, Stunts may be added to the Oscars, Venom 3 drops a trailer and so much more! Table of …
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