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TOUR DATES 24.07 Orevce Beach . Ohrid (MKD) 31.07 Pleinvrees Festival . Amsterdam - (canceled) 06.08 Loveland Opening Party . A'dam - (canceled) 07.08 La Reve Beach . Bloemendaal - (canceled) 08.08 Loveland Festival - (canceled) 14.08 Hidden Garden Festival . Eindhoven 14.08 Komm Schon Alter Festival . A'dam 20.08 Guest Festival . Gent (BE) 15.10 ADE | Pleinvrees 15.10 ADE | KSA -- BOOKINGS pete@wearee.nl
 
The definitive retrospective of one of music’s most memorable festivals, Phish’s Big Cypress. In December of 1999, Phish drew an estimated 80,000 to the Big Cypress Indian Reservation in Florida’s Everglades, making this festival the largest Millennium Eve concert on earth. We look back on the festival 20 years later—and examine the legacy for Phish and the music world. Hosted and narrated by Jesse Jarnow, this five-episode series draws on interviews with members of Phish and its crew, fan m ...
 
Underneath the Stars is an annual music and arts festival established in 2014 by the production company behind Kate Rusby and Pure Records. This podcast follows the story of planning and producing this years event which takes place across three days from Friday the 30th of July, until Sunday the 1st of August. Acts headlining this year included Paul Carrack, Saving Grace featuring Robert Plan and Suzi Dian and Kate Rusby. Join us to party in the sun and the rain, meet new people, make new fr ...
 
The Birmingham Literature Festival Podcast - Welcome to the very first Birmingham Literature Festival podcast, bringing writers and readers together to discuss some of 2020’s best books. Each Thursday we’ll be releasing new episodes of the podcast, including wonderful discussions about writing, poetry, big ideas and social issues. Join us each week for exciting and inspiring conversations with new, and familiar, writers from the Midlands and beyond.
 
BreakThru Radio Weekly is a weekly podcast that features regular contributors offering their views on major political and/or cultural topics of the day. Additionally, it features a weekly movie review and discussion, 1st Person stories from people we encounter on the streets of NYC, and a preview of a song from an upcoming episode of BTR Live Studio. Recurring segments and coverage: FILM FESTIVALS: Tribeca Film Festival 2019 (Part 1 & Part 2), New York Film Festival 2018 (Part 1 & Part 2), T ...
 
Our weekly podcasts are hosted by David Pipe, Leeds International Organ Festival’s Artistic Director, who’ll be joined by guests to chat about the online Monday recital series. Guests will include some of the recitalists themselves, alongside composers, conductors and music journalists. Visit lioflive.org.uk for Leeds International Organ Festival Live, our online recital series.
 
CUFFCast takes you a wild ride through the world of weird, underground & fantastic films with the Calgary Underground Film Festival (World's 50 Best Genre Film Festivals 2021 - MovieMaker). Join Host & CUFF Lead programmer Cameron Macgowan and the CUFF team for candid interviews with the twisted brains behind cutting-edge genre cinema. Guests will include a wide range of interesting characters from the rich and diverse genre film community to discuss cinematic history, production adventures, ...
 
On this podcast you will find full session recordings from the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature and festival author interviews with Emirates ICE, as well as some special features. The Festival is the Arab World’s largest celebration of the written and spoken word, connecting readers with authors and books. The Festival is organised by the Emirates Literature Foundation, a non-profit NGO established to spread the love of literature.
 
Footprints is a podcast designed to inspire you to get out and explore the beautiful natural landscape surrounding the city of Bath, with its hills and valleys, grasslands and woodlands. In the run up to the Bathscape walking festival held every year in September, we will bring you a monthly flavour of the festival through interviews with special guests, a recorded local walk and a 'top-tip' section with festival organiser Lucy Bartlett. Hosted by walking and podcasting enthusiast Pommy Harm ...
 
Aspen Ideas to Go is a show about big ideas that will open your mind. Featuring compelling conversations with the world’s top thinkers and doers from a diverse range of disciplines, Aspen Ideas to Go gives you front-row access to the Aspen Ideas Festival and other events presented by the Aspen Institute.
 
For more than two decades, Frameline continues with a weekly survey of the latest in film, art, culture & all of its politics. Live banter, interviews & more by veteran film critic/broadcasters Barbara Goslawski and Courtney Small. With roots at CKLN 88.1 FM and notable past hosts such as Toronto International Film Festival’s Artistic Director, Cameron Bailey, and internationally renowned filmmaker Bruce La Bruce, listeners can now tune in live, every Thursday, 6pm EST at RadioRegent.com.
 
Every few weeks, a brand new comedy special will pop into your feed. From Felicity Ward’s award-winning show The Hedgehog Dilemma to Ivan Aristeguieta’s stand-up, The Fourth Floor, recorded at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. As well as stand-up specials from Sammy J, David Quirk and Suren Jayemanne. ***Warning: Some of these podcasts contain swearing and adult concepts, not suitable for listeners under 15 years of age***
 
Joe Rooney talks to friends and acquaintances that he’s met and worked with over twenty years in the entertainment industry; some old friends or foes that he’s worked with on and off over the years and some recent acquaintances that he has met on the road, on the set of some TV show or in a festival club bar and has cajoled or blackmailed into chatting on the mic for an hour or so. @joerooney1
 
The Festival of Speed offers enthusiasts an unrivalled opportunity to get close to the action, and to meet the great champions who gather at Goodwood each summer. It has been running since 1993 on the same stretch of the March family's driveway. While the location has remained the same and Lord March continues to lead the creative direction, the main aspect that has evolved is the scale. With the enthusiasm and investment of the wider motoring and motorsport community, FOS has become an inte ...
 
The voices of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival engage listeners in an entertaining, illuminating, and stimulating discussion around a variety of themes and topics rooted in Jewish cinema. Hosted by AJFF’s Sara Glassberg and Brad Pilcher, each episode will showcase exemplary films – from past AJFF favorites to hidden gems, from new releases to the classics.
 
Welcome to Rave Talks! Festival tips & tricks are great, but basic AF. A lot of shit goes down at events so lets talk about it! Here in Rave Talks we share our beautiful, bad, and crazy music experiences in a salacious and unfiltered "Girlfriends" style. Stay up to date on Ravetalks.com
 
A key figure on the Dutch scene since 1991. An international headlining artist known for his sets in Berghain, Space Ibiza, Womb Tokio, Watergate, his frequent Elrow gigs or headlining every major festival in the Netherlands. Gem Records label boss responsible for moving the careers of Egbert, Enrico Sangiuliano and Reinier Zonneveld forward. Steady producer of countless essential techno classics for over 25 years. One of the most original and down to earth pioneers of electronic music on th ...
 
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Mehreen Faruqi (Too Migrant, Too Muslim, Too Loud) was the first Muslim woman to become a senator in Australia. A life-long feminist and anti-racism activist, she received the Edna Ryan Grand Stirrer Award in 2017, which recognises those who boldly challenge the status quo. Osman Faruqi is the Editor of 7am, Schwartz Media’s daily news podcast. Pre…
 
The Fighter Pilots We rightly venerate those who fought in the Battle of Britain but what of those other fighter pilots who fought in World War II? Keith Quilter was a naval carrier pilot flying Corsairs in the Pacific, while Colin Bell flew Mosquitoes over Germany as part of the Light Night Strike Force. For both, the danger was immense and requir…
 
Instead of coming together during the pandemic, many Americans have grown farther apart. People are increasingly living in different realities of news, politics, and information, which is putting public health, elections, and democracy at risk. False and misleading information online are partly to blame, says Vivian Schiller, director of Aspen Digi…
 
Trevor Lock is an English comedian, actor and playwright. He is noted for the circuitous and surreal nature of his comedy. He managed to come with a new form of comedy which involves audience participation in a show called Community Circle. Trevor’s new attempt at making a thing that only some people will like is similar to Community Circle and Gir…
 
Meg Mason (Sorrow and Bliss) and Ewa Ramsey (The Morbids) wrote two of the biggest literary hits of the past twelve months, with novels acclaimed for their razor-sharp wit and canny sense of humour. Meg’s Sorrow and Bliss circles the breakdown of a marriage, retracing a history of hurts, failures and disappointments to manage a path through family …
 
This week on Drink in the Movies Michael & Taylor Rescreen This week on Drink in the Movies Michael & Taylor Rescreen Martin Scorsese's Cape Fear(1991) and provide a First Impression of the next Rescreening episode title, Michael Mann's Thief. Visit us at https://drinkinthemovies.com or connect with us on your preferred Social Media Platform Letter…
 
"Associate producer Joe Virgillito speaks with journalist David Moore (@ppolitics) about progress of Democrats on infrastructure, filibuster opposition, Senator Joe Manchin's coal connections, and House Democrats' newly formed PAC to fight progressive challengers. Moore is co-founder of Sludge (@sludge), a website that features investigative journa…
 
Greatly missed on TV screens, the nation’s favourite film critics Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton reunite in this special conversation on Australian movie adaptations of books. The famously sparring duo settle back into their critics’ chairs to discuss and debate Neil Armfield’s Candy (starring Heath Ledger and Abbie Cornish), Baz Luhrmann’s T…
 
The Once & Future Farm Today farmers face unprecedented changes, exacerbated by Britain’s uncertain relationship with Europe. In this highly topical event, our experts discuss how farming has survived revolutions and reformations from the end of the 19th century to the present, and what can be done to ensure our mutual future prosperity. See acast.…
 
July may be coming to a close, but chances are, you are still catching up on all the Jewish content that came out this month on physical media and streaming platforms, because there was a lot. With that, Sara and Brad are back to chat about what to watch as of this month, from buzzworthy reality television, to suspenseful AJFF alums with star power…
 
Phish tour is back, and so is the Helping Friendly Podcast! HF Pod On Tour will feature live video Quick Hits at 1pm the day after every show—on Osiris Media's Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube channels. We'll also have podcast episodes every Tuesday with a rundown of the tour thus far. Featuring great conversation, fans who were at the show…
 
For people today, hard work in school no longer guarantees a secure, well-paying job in the future. Far from a gateway to riches and fulfilment, 'work' means precarity, anxiety and alienation. In response, we've seen increased demand from the left for workers to join a union.But what can workers achieve when they unionise their workplace and rally …
 
PODCAST | Matt Micucci interviews Stefanie Plappert, curator of the exhibition Catastrophe. What Comes After the End?. To listen to the interview, click on the ► icon on the right, just above the picture A conversation with Stefanie Plappert, curator of a new exhibition exploring disaster movies that recently opened at the German Film Museum in Fra…
 
Imagine a new kind of democracy — one that puts governance back in the hands of the people. This is the idea behind political theorist Hélène Landemore's book Open Democracy. Contemporary representative democracies, like in the United States, are broken, she says, so why not reinvent popular rule? In a conversation with Jeffrey Goldberg, editor in …
 
Guests are Stevie Mac, who is the famed creator, host & performer of the crazed new 12-Act Las VegaMosaic on the Strip. s Variety Show “Mr. Daddy’s Cabaret.” Mr. Da ddy’s Cabaret” runs weekly every Tuesday and Wednesday at 9 p.m. at Mosaic on the Strip in Vegas.Tickets are limited and can still be purchased at MrDaddyExperience.com Second guest is …
 
The Secret World: The Lost History of Intelligence from the Ancient World to the 21st Century What difference have security and intelligence operations made to the course of history? Professor Christopher Andrew, Britain’s foremost intelligence scholar, provides the answers. Beginning with the shift in the ancient world from divination to recognisa…
 
This month, CUFFCast celebrates over 45 years of gonzo filmmaking with filmmaker and president of Troma Entertainment, Lloyd Kaufman!! We are joined by Co-host Cody Cook (Troma Superfan and Managing Partner of Night Terrors Film Society) to discuss the origins of Troma, the history of their seminal films and the importance of Mr. Lloyd Kaufman to t…
 
Nora Ephron was a trailblazing female filmmaker, especially when it came to romantic comedies, with directorial efforts like Sleepless in Seattle and You've Got Mail. Even more prolific as a screenwriter, she penned those two films plus a dozen others, including the iconic When Harry Met Sally, the classic Jewish rom com that transcended stereotype…
 
Heather Turkington is a dramatherapist based in County Armagh in Northern Ireland. She works full-time as a dramatherapist in an adult male mental health residential and nursing facility. Heather holds the NI Link Person role for BADth (British Association of Dramatherapists), is the NI rep for dramatherapy in AHPFNI (Allied Health Professionals Fe…
 
"J. McVay is joined by several people who produce podcasts, videos, and articles centered on music for BTRtoday – Bryan, Drew, Elena, Emily, Lottie, Maggie, and Peter – to discuss some of their favorite music of the year so far. Plus a live performance from Will Stratton, recorded exclusively for BTRtoday. Episode Credits: Producer/Host: J. McVay C…
 
Beloved author Christos Tsiolkas speaks with Jessie Tu about her debut novel, A Lonely Girl is a Dangerous Thing, a story of female desire and the consequences of wanting too much and never getting it. “As soon as I started reading Jessie Tu’s A Lonely Girl is a Dangerous Thing, it was like a drug rush,” said Christos. “I experienced what all of us…
 
THE BROTHER GARDENERS: BOTANY, EMPIRE AND THE BIRTH OF AN OBSESSION Andrea Wulf tells the story of Philip Miller, Carl Linnaeus, Joseph Banks, David Solander and others who were friends, rivals and enemies united by a passion for plants. In this fascinating talk, history and gardening meet in the telling of the birth of Britain’s green-fingered obs…
 
Recently, in the bouldered desert outside of San Diego, I joined the Embodied Masculine Experience created by Sacred Sons. Today on the podcast, I’m honored to bring you the co-founder and the voice of Sacred Sons, Adam Jackson, for a deep dive on modern mens work. On the show we discuss the need for embodied masculinity and the evolution of Sacred…
 
If you find yourself in dire straits, whether or not you’re rescued may come down to where you are in the world. One of the great international divides, the duty to rescue others is a truly curious product of common law. Continental Europe: you’re obligated to reasonably help, no matter how late you’re running. In the UK...carry on. Throughout his …
 
Jason Bolton is a food scientist, and has been involved with the Maine food science world since his undergraduate days at the University of Maine. Jason was a presenter at the first Maine Science Festival in 2015, and since then has been a great resource to the MSF team when we have questions about food science. One note: the Maine Science Podcast …
 
Alright, alright, alright, it's a new podcast episode. This week we're discussing the near perfect film, Little Miss Sunshine, and we're looking into a doc that explores a music festival that has been largely forgotten, unfortunately, until now with Summer of Soul. Plus, we talk about a laid back film with Richard Linklater's Dazed and Confused. So…
 
We sit down to discuss the sorts of things we seek out when we travel: the weird religious sites, the haunted tunnels, and the wonderful hospitality of our friends. And, of course, there's an off-the-cuff prayer to the Spirit of Couch Surfing, a solid contestant for patron of this podcast. We recorded this not in cars, but during a local, non-Pagan…
 
VISIT OUR SPONSORS: Louisiana Renaissance Festival https://www.larf.net/ The Ren Cruise https://www.therencruise.com/ SONGS Pea Soup Fog performed by Axel the Sot and Gibbon the Troubadour from the album Keelhauler The Fox And The Crow performed by Bonny Moffatt The Traveller and Storyteller from the album First Fabulae https://facebook.com/BlackLi…
 
This week on Hear Ye Hear Ye, the King is joined by Ligia Giles and her daughter, Sharon Szpak, owners and operators of the La Fiesta food section, the Red Lion Restaurant, and the Polonia Pub. Ligia and Sharon share with us stories of their humble beginnings and their extraordinary growth during their time with TRF. In this episode, the following …
 
THE GOLDEN THREAD: HOW FABRIC CHANGED HISTORY From 30,000-year-old threads found in a Georgian cave to the linen wrappings of Tutankhamun’s mummy; from the lace ruffs that infuriated the puritans to the Indian calicoes and chintzes that powered the Industrial Revolution, Kassia St Clair reveals how the continual reinvention of cloth weaves a fascin…
 
Cryptocurrency is revolutionizing the global financial system and shaking up our perception of trust. Joseph Lubin, co-founder of Ethereum, says the digital currency’s open-source, decentralized system is the opposite of what we’re used to — a bank-led financial system built in backrooms. “It’s a new kind of trust foundation for the planet,” he say…
 
Extraordinary times call for extraordinary leadership, but as the planet warms and the pandemic persists, democracies are faltering and true accountability seems somewhat lacking. Triple J Hack’s Shalailah Medhora leads a panel of renowned journalists in a conversation ranging from how governments do (and don’t) take responsibility when things go b…
 
Lee Hutchison is joined by the writer, director and star of Giddy Stratospheres Laura Jean Marsh and her co-star Jamal Franklin to dive into the making of the movie. Giddy Stratospheres follows Daniel (Jamal Franklin) and Lara (Laura Jean Marsh), indie-kid soul mates in the centre of the storm of guitars and broken glass that was the 00's indie mus…
 
CABINET’S FINEST HOUR: THE HIDDEN AGENDA OF MAY 1940 Drawing on documents and minutes of the British War Cabinet meetings of May 1940, former Foreign Secretary Lord Owen reveals the passionate debates within the Cabinet that prevented Britain from seeking a negotiated peace with Nazi Germany. He explains how the post-war denial of the existence of …
 
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