Best Ephemera podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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ART FOR YOUR EAR brings you stories from some of my favorite contemporary artists. When I studied Art History, the best part was, well, the gossip. I loved finding out why artists did certain things, what was going on in their personal lives, and behind-the-scenes details about other artists they knew and worked with. This podcast is exactly that ... inside-scoop stories from the artsiest people I know. You'll hear first-hand from these talented, successful, full-time artists (who also happe ...
 
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This week Dave and Gunnar talk about our favorite (technology) things that make us happy and productive! (Part 1) Todoist Remember the Milk Day One IFTTT Google Home KornShell Nest Doorbell Feedly OverDrive The Economist Blogtrottr Libby PocketCasts BeyondPod We Give Thanks The D&G Show Slack Clubhouse for the discussion topics!…
 
Getting musical 'goosebumps' through to playing on a platinum flute with 14k gold mechanism, Jean-Paul asks Professor of Flute at the Royal Academy of Music in London Clare Southworth some questions sent in by some of our podcast listeners. We love hearing from you so please feel free to send us your flute questions to flutepodcasts@gmail.com a ...…
 
This week on the show Vickie Howell's guest is knitting author, Wendy Bernard. Her book, Japanese Stitches Unraveled is out on stands now.For show notes and to find more episodes go to: https://vickiehowell.com/craftish/
 
This time around we're bringing Maine Justice to a modern-day classic! Can we withstand the excellence of what is quite possibly the strongest second half the show has ever produced? Shut your butts and tune in to find out.
 
Chris Connaker, of the Computer Audiophile website, joins us to discuss downsizing audio systems. You really can get good sound with a minimal setup these days, and Chris explains how. Guest: Computer Audiophile Superphonica Show notes: Sonos Beam Focal Chorus 705 speakers Sonos Playbar Sonos One Chris Connaker's HomePod review Apple HomePod Co ...…
 
Welcome to a very special Eat My Shorts holiday episode! Or should I say “HOWLIDAY?!” I’m saying this aloud as I write it. In the spirit of the season, Irvin and Nacho get into a Simpsons holiday classic, and deliver a few scares along the way. We also have discussions about onions (this segment is not recommended for onion haters), microwave r ...…
 
"I really regret not writing down everything he said to me. It was of such value". Professor of Flute at the Royal Academy of Music in London Clare Southworth speaking about the late, great Geoffrey Gilbert. In this weeks 'Talking Flutes' podcast, Clare speaks about her three biggest flute influences William Bennett, Geoffrey Gilbert and Sir Ja ...…
 
We're heading back to Season 2 for an old-school holiday classic! Does it hold up all these years later? An intense discussion unravels the mystery. Within, we discuss the nature of Candice's performance, just how over or underrated Belushi and Radner are, and Frank Zappa's amazing performances.
 
Doug and Kirk have made lists of their ten desert island discs, and, in part one of a two-part series, we hear Doug's picks. Check out Episode #130 - Desert Island Discs, Part 1 to hear Kirk's picks. Show notes: Doug's ten desert island discs (links to Apple Music, except for Exposure which isn't streamable): The Clash: London Calling The Rolli ...…
 
In this episode Rich Randall and Jesse Stiles talk about their music project, Bombici, and present some live recordings from the summer of 2018.
 
In this episode Jesse Stiles speaks with Roger Dannenberg about McBlare, a self-playing robotic bagpipe.
 
In this episode Jesse Stiles introduces the music of Exploded Ensemble, the experimental music research wing of Carnegie Mellon University.
 
Some representative photos from Roberto ™’s posts on BCT:https://storiesfromtheinter.net/post/180633090810/ My faves of Roberto’s music videos:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLW_tsfQgobawoxg00C__6O3EL9EFqP_Pv You really have to see their big redesigned web page, because then you’ll get to see their actual, real honest-to-God logo for the ...…
 
This week on the show Vickie Howell chats with Robert Mahar, an artist, designer, and host of the Crafted Channel on YouTube. Recently he was also a contestant on the NBC show Making It, hosted by Amy Pohler and Nick Offerman.During their conversation, we talked about his Midwestern upbringing, his life in Los Angeles, and his journey from art ...…
 
All rise—this week’s podcast is now in session. Irvin and Nacho head to the courtroom this week for the case of Marge Simpson vs. the Kwik-E-Mart. We also talk about informercials, shoplifting, and Barney Gumble’s personal life. Find us @eatmyshortspod on Twitter and Instagram! You can also support the show on Patreon & get cool bonus stuff 😎…
 
Discussing a ban on fizzy drinks to cleaning your teeth before performance, being part of the orchestra but 'not actually in the orchestra', and the loneliness of being a freelance flute player. In this 1st podcast of three, Jean-Paul Wright (from the 'Talking Flutes Extra' podcasts) has a chat with Clare Southworth in her home town of Hove in ...…
 
Yayoi Kusama. Can you imagine not only meeting her, but getting to spend time with her - over years - while making a documentary about her incredible life? Well, that is exactly what American filmmaker Heather Lenz did.
 
Yayoi Kusama. Can you imagine not only meeting her, but getting to spend time with her - over years - while making a documentary about her incredible life? Well, that is exactly what American filmmaker Heather Lenz did.
 
A recent article in Rolling Stone says that the album is dying. Andy Doe says that "every word in that article is shite." Guest: Andy Doe Proper Discord Show notes: The Album Is in Deep Trouble – and the Music Business Probably Can’t Save it Zeno's paradoxes (Wikipedia) Episode #1 – Songs to Albums to Songs Existentialism Is a Humanism Our next ...…
 
We're exploring the big topics this week as we revisit the November episodes from 2018 under the bizarre, nebulous lens of "Negativity and SNL". Did we get anywhere with it? That's up to you, intrepid listener.
 
Happy holidays! Specifically, American Thanksgiving. Irvin and Nacho have saved you a seat at the table for a Simpsons Thanksgiving classic. Join us as we also "dish*" on our favorite Thanksgiving dishes and "talk turkey**" about holiday altruism and homelessness. Follow us @eatmyshortspod on Twitter and Instagram, and tweet us pictures of your ...…
 
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: Chinese industry helping the Chinese government, the Chinese helping US state governments, some dude helping himself to UPS’s mail, and some other dude being no help to American Airlines Powering IT’s future while preserving the present: Introducing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Beta Red Hat Continues Drive fo ...…
 
Irish flute playing, coffee and croissants. What better way to spend a morning! In this weeks episode of 'Talking Flutes Extra' Jean-Paul takes the short journey to meet with multi-instrumentalist and seriously nice guy Philippe Barnes to talk about how he got in to Irish flute playing, composition and recording as well as discussing his fabulo ...…
 
Episode number 150! I'm celebrating this milestone with LA based painter Seonna Hong by talking about process, day jobs, Care Bears, tiger lilies, and happy accidents.
 
Episode number 150! I'm celebrating this milestone with LA based painter Seonna Hong by talking about process, day jobs, Care Bears, tiger lilies, and happy accidents.
 
It's Thanksgiving with John Lithgow! This week, we explore John's last hosting gig from 1988, which features some classics and a few not-so-classics. We talk comparisons to John Cleese, Jon Lovitz as the Catchphrase King, a sketch that manages to amuse despite the use of blackface and more!
 
Panel Discussion to debate the proposed changes to the policy on Open Access for monographs in the next REF after REF 2021 which will have profound implications for researchers in the humanities and social sciences. Panellists: Richard Ovenden, Bodley's Librarian, Professor Julia Smith, Chichele Professor of Medieval History, Research Director, ...…
 
Musician and journalist Jeff Slate wrote the liner notes for the latest Bob Dylan Bootleg Series release, More Blood, More Tracks, covering the Blood on the Tracks sessions. Guest: Jeff Slate Jeff Slate's articles about music Show notes: More Blood, More Tracks: The Bootleg Series Vol. 14 Deluxe Edition When Bob Dylan Saw God (Esquire) Sgt. Pep ...…
 
This week Vickie's guest is Avery Truffleman, the producer and host of Articles of Interest, a 6-part series within the podcast, 99% Invisible. Vickie came across this series through an ad within one of the NPR podcasts she listens to, and binge listened to it straight away. In each episode of the series, Avery dives head into the history behin ...…
 
Using Irvin's time machine, he and Nacho transport themselves back to 1990 to discuss this fundamental episode from the Simpsons very first season. We also talk about making prank calls as kids, Michael Jackson's many holiday songs, and ask an important question: was Fraiser inspired by Dr. Marvin Monroe? Follow us @eatmyshortspod on Twitter an ...…
 
How far do you pull your headjoint out? What harmonic and scales exercises do you use? What's the best note to tune to?.. and many more questions answered by London freelance flute player Ian Mullin. Following the popular podcast on the flute and martial arts two weeks ago, I've come down again to Tonbridge in Kent (The Garden of England) to pu ...…
 
Before there was Justin Timberlake, there was...Garth Brooks. Hey, simmah down now! It's true! Garth was one of the first to prove that a musical artist could should an adept SNL host, they almost seemed like a part of the cast. This week, we're exploring Garth's second (and, sadly, last) hosting gig from the distant of 1999 so go tell Lorne to ...…
 
From a 45-year career of building art for the movies, to a brand new career of building art for himself. Richard Holland is my guest (and PS he worked on The Princess Bride. The. Princess. Bride!!!)
 
From a 45-year career of building art for the movies, to a brand new career of building art for himself. Richard Holland is my guest (and PS he worked on The Princess Bride. The. Princess. Bride!!!)
 
Doug and Kirk have made lists of their ten desert island discs, and, in part one of a two-part series, we hear Kirk's picks. Show notes: Kirk's ten desert island discs (links to Apple Music): Hume: Musicall Humours, Jordi Savall Bach: Goldberg Variations, Andras Schiff Schubert: Piano Sonata no. 21, D960, Maria Joao Pires Miles Davis: Kind of B ...…
 
This week host Vickie Howell chats with Anda Corrie, an illustrator who worked for Etsy for 10 years, including launching their Europe division, and now has teamed up with the fabric company phenom, Spoonflower to author their new book, The Spoonflower Quick-Sew Project BookDuring their conversation, they talked about juggling creativity with m ...…
 
Podcast fans, welcome to the show of the century! Join Irvin and Nacho for front row seats to the greatest and most gruesome boxing match in Simpsons history. Other topics of conversation include BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: Julio Cesar Chavez and boxing in the 90’s, shopping malls, and some of Homer’s various non-nuclear-plant gigs. Follow us @eatm ...…
 
Big tunes, drunken dances, romantic interludes and light, fast running sections. This week on 'Talking Flutes', Professor of Flute at the Royal Academy for Music in London Clare Southworth takes one of her recordings of the the wonderful 'In Ireland' by Hamilton Hardy and breaks it down for the listener. Not only is this a fabulous piece, but H ...…
 
It’s three days before the 2008 election and that means it’s time for Ben Affleck and David Cook, with special guest John McCain! We discuss the complicated legacy of McCain, Ben Affleck’s ability to elevate sketches, the Kristen Wiig conundrum and more!
 
An audio podcast with a Deaf artist? Yep. Sound waves, gestural strokes, and the story of an artist who lost and then found her hearing. Canadian Kelsie Grazier is my guest.
 
An audio podcast with a Deaf artist? Yep. Sound waves, gestural strokes, and the story of an artist who lost and then found her hearing. Canadian Kelsie Grazier is my guest.
 
Classical music is vast. How can listeners new to the genre find what they want to listen to, and learn to appreciate the many styles of music it contains. We talk with Timothy Judd who helps listeners do this through his blog. Guest: Timothy Judd Show notes: The Listeners' Club Episode #18 – New Yorker Music Critic Alex Ross Discusses Listenin ...…
 
~Support Ephemera on Patreon~https://www.patreon.com/ephemerapodcast ~Get in touch~Ephemerathepodcast@gmail.com ~Additional links~I took the name “splinternet” from Scott Malcolmson’s book of the same name. It’s very good and written for a lay audience; he tells the compelling human story of the history of the Internet and the attempts of sover ...…
 
After a long hiatus, CRAFT*ish is back for Season 3! This week we're debuting with a special extended-cut episode. Vickie chats with one of her favorite authors in her favorite genre of fiction, psychological thrillers, Lisa Unger.During their conversation, they discussed the creative process of writing, the events in our lives that shape our p ...…
 
This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: Needles in stomachs, worms in faces, drunks in Ubers, and meetings in Amazon RHEL 7.6 is out! #TrashCasket: Someone actually threw out a casket with the garbage in Akron and we know the story behind who picked it up Browns fans finally open those Bud Light fridges to celebrate a win D&G Mailbag: D&G Superfa ...…
 
Human listeners--DO NOT BE ALARMED. Irvin and Nacho have been put into suspended animation and replaced by aliens on this week's show. They discuss a Halloween episode that they're particularly fond of, as well as Earth subjects such as attics, school science projects, and miniature American flags. Follow us @eatmyshortspod on Twitter and Insta ...…
 
Discipline in practice, focus and goals are important to develop your flute playing. Be honest with your sound and also learn to accept and take every opportunity that comes your way. In this 'Talking Flutes Extra' podcast, Jean-Paul travels to the Kent town of Tonbridge to meet with London Freelance Orchestral flute player and Jiu Jitsu black ...…
 
Streaming music has changed the economics of the music industry, but it has also affected the way songs are made. We discuss some of these changes and how music is adapting to the new ecosystem. Show notes: 7 Songs That Prove Streaming Has Changed Song Structures Martin Connor The dying art of the great song intro Ramones: Ramones The Clash: Sa ...…
 
(TRANSCRIPT BELOW)Hey folks. I wanted to let you all know that because of a couple of IRL issues as well as some technical difficulties, the special Great Firewall episode of Ephemera will be released on Tuesday next week instead of Thursday this week. I’ll be uploading the relevant companion pieces for the patreon feed on Tuesday as well. I’ve ...…
 
This week Dave talks with Gordon Haff about the importance of serverless computing, Functions-as-a-Service, and what Red Hat’s doing about them. Gordon’s What is serverless? article Gordon’s Cloudy Chat podcast Serverless computing Functions as a Service AWS Lambda Knative Red Hat Summit 2019 We Give Thanks Gordon Haff for being our special gue ...…
 
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