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The American Cinematheque Show is the official podcast of the American Cinematheque, the Los Angeles-based nonprofit film exhibitor, which runs the historic Egyptian and Aero Theatres. Its episodes offer listeners in-depth explorations of diverse film topics and features interviews with special guests, as well as excusive content from its vast, 30-year spanning audio archive. Hosted by American Cinematheque programmer Grant Moninger.
 
Bass Agenda: Underground Electro and Techno Radio Show and Record Label The radio show broadcasts via Juan Atkins' radio station Deepspace Radio weekly on Friday at 15:00 (Detroit) 20:00 (UK) 21:00 (CET) Showcasing the diversity, talent and influences of artists in the broad spectrums that are the Electro & Techno genres: past, present and future. Since 2012 Bass Agenda has asked artists to choose tracks important to them and has featured Interviews, guest mixes, and live sets from a diverse ...
 
Comedian/Actor Gary Mahmoud talks with his 80 year old dad about his life as an Egyptian immigrant, world history, and foreign affairs with a dash of humor thrown in. Dad brings to the table a variety of insights from his extensive travels and studies. Gary brings a microphone. Read more at http://garyanddad.com/#TwD55Soo42HqzKDT.99
 
Do you want to look and feel better, train better or live longer? If the answer is yes, this show is for you. In the Bisu Podcast, we show you how to optimize your health and fitness through biomarker tracking and nutrition. Bisu was the Egyptian god of home and health protection. He was believed to drive away evil and sickness, and help people enjoy happy, long lives with their loved ones. Bisu is a Tokyo-based startup that takes his name, and has developed the world's first smart urine ana ...
 
Each week, an immigrant of the United States shares their American origin story. THEY TRIED TO BURY US is a weekly podcast hosted by Egyptian-born comedian Tamer Kattan and his mother Kity. Being the son of a Muslim father and a Jewish mother left Tamer struggling with notions of identity. It’s that exact struggle that Tamer and his mom dive into as they sit down with guests to hear about their American origin stories. “They tried to bury us, they didn’t know we were seeds” is a Mexican sayi ...
 
Bilmasri is a podcast and blog (www.bilmasri.com) dedicated to the Egyptian dialect. It is for learners of Arabic (ideally anywhere between lower intermediate to advanced level) who have so far been focusing on Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), who may or may not have some knowledge of another Arabic dialect, and who would like to understand how the Egyptian dialect works. The starting point of most blog posts and podcast episodes is a text in Modern Standard Arabic – a news story, an excerpt fr ...
 
Knowing the Egyptian as I know him, I cannot but think that he is greatly misunderstood, even by those who are sincerely anxious to befriend him. His faults and his failings are to be found at large in almost any of the scores of books that have of late years been written about him and his country; but, though not a few have given him credit for some of his more salient good points, yet none that I have seen have shown any just appreciation of him as he really is. (From the Preface)
 
Every week, join award-winning narrator B.J. Harrison as he narrates the greatest stories the world has ever known. From the jungles of South America to the Mississippi Delta, from Victorian England to the sands of the Arabian desert, join us on a fantastic journey through the words of the world's greatest authors. Critically-acclaimed and highly recommended for anyone who loves a good story with plenty of substance.
 
Dead Ends is a podcast showcasing old, weird, and forgotten stories from obscurity. Host and producer Jack Grimes uses a blend of archival tape, obscure musical scores, and voiceover to create short pieces about everything to an erased Egyptian pharaoh to an Air Force flying saucer to a plan to colonize the stars.
 
Honest. Edgy. Nurturing. Lively. Humorous. Warm. Engaging. Informative. Renowned lecturer, metaphysical minister, author, storyteller, and musician Queen Mother IMAKHU brings her popular metaphysical lessons to podcasting. Queen Mother Imakhu's personal, nuts-and-bolts approach to teaching blends rich metaphysical wisdom and practices with her own multifaceted life lessons. African-centered veteran artist, activist, columnist, metaphysician, Kemetic Elder High Priestess, healer, Wise Woman, ...
 
Yvonne has been studying Middle Eastern Performing Arts since 1998; her main area of study has been in Traditional Egyptian and Oriental Style as well as some Folkloric. She has taken many workshops over the years with such well known dancers and choreographers as Mahmoud Reda (the legendary pioneer of Egyptian dance theater), Raqui Hassen, Dina of Egypt, Hadia and Aziza of Canada, Nourhan Sharif, Yousry Sharif, and Jillina just to mention a few. Yvonne currently studies under Virginia of Mi ...
 
Taui is the public relations affiliate for the Ausar Auset Society, one of the world's leading instructors of Kamitic (ancient Egyptian) spirituality. Ausar Auset is an international Kamitic Spiritual organization that was founded 37 years ago. Its founder, Ra Un Nefer Amen is the author of the Metu Neter volumes (3 to date), the Metu Neter oracle, Tree of Life Meditation Systems, Qi Gong Success, Nuk Au Neter (the world's first and only correct translation of the so called Egyptian Book of ...
 
A podcast by two friends who discuss women from history they've never heard of before. Inspired by that all too common feeling, "How did I not know about her?!?", we aim to elevate the stories of a wide range of woman, from Egyptian civil rights activists to medieval nuns to the first female (almost) astronauts. We share their stories, discuss their impact and why they've been ignored or sidelined, and often get a little mad at the patriarchy.
 
A team of time travelers discovers a terrible truth. The chronicles we’ve known may not be our past, it could have been altered, our memories changed and history itself set on a different path. They investigate these anomalies, traveling to different periods of our ancient history to stop the malevolent enemy trying to write a new chapter in humanity’s story. They are our only defense, heroes of ages ago, today, and the Future. They are…the Continuum Force. (Audio Fiction | Science Fiction | ...
 
Welcome to the AskDeveloper Podcast, in this podcast Tamer Zaki & Mohamed Elsherif are discussing the many software related issues especially in the Egyptian technology market, and how to change the culture for companies and development teams to adopt the right methodologies and processes. Our theme music is provided by www.podcastthemes.com
 
Executive producer and seasoned journalist Rasha Elass brings you stories from the Arab and Muslim world that you are unlikely to hear elsewhere. Guests include an Egyptian atheist preacher, a former political detainee in one of Syria's notorious prisons, and readings from a little known Arabic text that was written in medieval Islamic times in the 10th century.
 
History Of Egypt, Chaldæa, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria is the masterwork of one of the fathers of modern egyptology. This work, in twelve volumes, was translated from the French original, “Histoire ancienne des peuples de l’Orient classique” and published in 1903-1904. Maspero was a largely self-taught master of hieroglyphic translation. In November 1880, he was placed at the head of a French archeological mission, which developed later into the Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale. M ...
 
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This week, Amber and Anna bring you three of the best-known archaeological sites from Ancient Egypt. These sites tell us a whole lot about life in the past--not just for the pharaohs and the elites, but the workers who built them. We also dip our toes into Ancient Egyptian cosmology and zip through the dynastic timeline! Contact Email the Dirt Podc…
 
I-O psychology is WEIRD: Most of our research is conducted with samples of Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic societies. How confident can we be that our evidence generalizes to non-WEIRD workplaces around the world? To gain some insight on that question, I asked our friend Sherif al-Qallawi (Twitter, LinkedIn) to talk about th…
 
In today's daily round-up of export, trade and commodity finance news, TXF's Max Thompson covers the latest stories and trends across the market: EBRD is considering an application from ACWA Power for a senior debt financing of up to $40 million for the construction of a 200MW solar park in Kom Ombo, Egypt US oil and gas company Whiting Petroleum h…
 
This episode starts in the middle of a sound check and a genuine discussion from Jeremy, Josh and Huw about COVID-19 and the world’s reaction on both micro and macro levels without the guise of a podcast recording. The second half of the episode is… less serious… as the Talkie Boiyz discuss Nonna’s bolognese sauce, new Victorian Bitter aftershave a…
 
Language focus: Conditional (“if”) sentences In today’s podcast I read from an article found on BBC Arabic (link below), on a young Egyptian woman who decided to post videos on her Facebook page of herself dancing in her bedroom – videos that got her millions of views and many compliments, to her own total surprise. In the article Yasmen explains h…
 
Lara Ayad is a professor of Art History at Skidmore College, specializing in Egyptian and Aftrian art. In this conversation we talk about the ways in which representation shapes society, and how it helps us understand ourselves and other humans. Find her work: https://www.wmht.org/aha/ Support this channel https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce…
 
This is Laura Harris Hales, and I am pleased to introduce a special series for the Latter-day Saint Perspectives Podcast’s fourth season. We will be highlighting chapters from the much-anticipated volume, Producing Ancient Scripture: Joseph Smith’s Translation Projects in the Development of Mormon Christianity edited by Michael Hubbard MacKay, Mark…
 
Welcome to HMSC Connects! where Jennifer Berglund goes behind the scenes of four Harvard museums to explore the connections between us, our big, beautiful world, and even what lies beyond. For our fourth and final episode celebrating the Women's Suffrage Centennial this month, Jennifer is speaking with Jen Thum, the Assistant Director of Academic E…
 
Alexander III, king of the ancient state of Macedon aka Macedonia - one of history’s greatest military commanders. And he was even more than that. He was also a scholar, a lover of literature and the arts, a deeply religious man. Undefeated in battle, he unleashed his army on countries great and small to forge an empire that stretched over three co…
 
In our final episode with Sherif al-Qallawi (Twitter, LinkedIn), Sherif reflects on his long and winding journey to I-O psych. We'll travel from pharmaceuticals to the United Nations, by way of a coin flip. Be sure to check out If Only I Had Known Back Then on the GIT SIOP blog and tell your psych instructor friends about www.teachiopsych.com. And …
 
In today's daily round-up of export, trade and commodity finance news, TXF's Max Thompson covers the latest stories and trends across the market: The Strategic Fuel Fund has reached an in-principle agreement with diversified miner Glencore to reverse the 2015 sale of South Africa's strategic crude oil reserves; Brazil's Petrobras has successfully c…
 
We chat with chef David Chang about golf, the brutal first months of Momofuku and why he loves really good cheap food. Plus, we dive into the bizarre history of drinking around the world; Grant Barrett and Martha Barnette of A Way With Words give us a lesson on food names that double as cooking instructions; and we share a recipe for the best stewe…
 
Why would the gardener be convinced Alix was going to London, when she hates London? Agatha Christie, today on The Classic Tales Podcast. Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening. Thank you to all of our financial supporters. We couldn’t do this without you. With the pandemic still skulking outside the windows, we need your hel…
 
Timeline Tapes is the show that brings you iconic documentaries, in podcast form. The documentaries are made for TV so our host Nate Fisher will be filling in any blanks to make sure you don't miss a thing. The Spartans chronicles the rise and fall of one of the most extreme civilisations the world has ever witnessed. A civilization that was founde…
 
As it starts to get colder and we crank up the central heating in our homes, what will the effect be on the SARs-CoV-2 virus? As a respiratory virus like the common cold and influenza, will the coronavirus have a distinct season and will the incidence of COVID get worse in the winter? A pre-print study of over 7000 hospitalised patients across Euro…
 
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