Best Gullah podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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"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
 
Showcase, from PRX’s Radiotopia, features original podcast series of all stripes, from emerging and leading producers around the world.
 
Listen to phenomenal women share about doing extraordinary things and living their best lives! #RiseOfTheFeminineDivine Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/GoddessTalkRadio/support
 
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Episode 29 features a poem by the father of modern American poetry, Walt Whitman.
 
Episode 28 features a short story about a guy who gets his loan called in by the bank, and the steps he takes to pay up. Vintage O. Henry storytelling.
 
The first two-way satellite links between the US and USSR are strange, disorganized, and sometimes a little magical. Battling language and technological barriers, Soviet and American musicians, computing pioneers, scientists, and even kids find a way to stage a series of exchanges across the skies — at first awkward, but growing more meaningful ...…
 
Episode 27 features the amazingly talented voice actress Barbara Malka. She lives in California and we recently met while recording at Lamplighter Theatre up in New York while working on some audio dramas. She's amazing!
 
Tune een ta disya ooman mont broadcass ob #GullahGeechee Riddim Radio! Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) gwine crak e teet bout ooman mont and de weepin time. E gwine le we kno wha dun dun een disya Gullah/Geechee Nation and wha cumin fa hep keep de land and tek a stand! Disya da we sho-Gullah/Geechee Riddim ...…
 
At a low point in the Cold War, three men walk into a bureaucrat’s office at Gosteleradio, the state broadcaster of the Soviet Union. Two are Americans: an astronaut, and a researcher of psychic phenomena. The third is a Russian utopian with a notebook full of phone numbers he’s not supposed to know. The three want approval for something that’s ...…
 
Spacebridge tells a largely-forgotten saga of the late Cold War, when despair about the prospects of a nuclear conflict gripped the world. Both Soviets and Americans grasped at emerging communication technology via satellite and early Internet “spacebridges” that brought together citizen diplomats ranging from New Agers to tech-enthusiasts to a ...…
 
Episode 26 was recorded in the Ulysses S Grant Presidential Library on the campus of Mississippi State University and features documentarian Louis Gallo telling us about Grant and reading from his memoirs.(For instance, Grant was the first president to push for civil rights for African Americans and "carried" the State of Mississippi during the ...…
 
Episode 25 features an interview with author R.H. Brown and readings from his book "Call Me Gullah: An American Heritage."America is like a good mess of shrimp and grits. You need all kinds of ingredients to have an incredible dish. The Gullah heritage in a part of American history, and when you learn about them, you're learning about you (if y ...…
 
Tune een fa yeddi disya Black History Month Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio broadcast! Pun disya episode, Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation gwine crak e teet bout Gullah/Geechee Living Black History. Disya da we sho-Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio! www.GullahGeecheeNation.com
 
Episode 24 features a funny Mark Twain story about male vanity. It's a first person narrative of how the "narrator" let a pretty girl talk him into buying something he didn't need and it's a position that most guys have been in at one point or another! Funny and relatable.
 
Episode 23 features a Mark Twain essay called Science vs Luck. In it, some boys accused of playing "games of chance" hire a lawyer to prove that the game they were playing was indeed scientific. Vintage Twain hilarity.
 
Episode 22 features a poem by Emily Dickinson called "I'm Nobody." (That's not the title, but that what we'll call it!) Emily Dickinson seemed to be as open and frank in her writing as she was introverted in person. Reading Dickinson seems a little like talking to a good friend.
 
“It doesn’t matter what you think, it’s who’s doing the thinking. Are you a human or are you a God?” - 11 Laws Of Ma’at Do you know who you are. Have you made your decision? How do you see yourself among others? What vision of yourself do you carry when navigating social settings & networking? Do you know what you want as a result? Listen as Da ...…
 
Episode 21 features author Kathryn Pearson and I chatting about our favorite Dickens, Lewis, and Tolkien novels, Austen vs Bronte, American literature, and also features two poems; one by Carl Sandburg and one by Paul Laurence Dunbar, which Kathryn provides some interesting commentary for. Plus, a lot more!(Recorded at Coffee House on 5th in Co ...…
 
Episode 20 features guest Loren Shirley, host of the "The Noni Fiction's Podcast" which features readings from classic literature from around the world. In this episode, Loren reads James Thurber's hilarious short story, "The Night the Bed Fell." Enjoy!The Noni Fiction's Podcast can be heard by subscribing here!https://itunes.apple.com/us/podca ...…
 
Tune een fa yeddi fuss 2019 broadcass ob Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio! #GullahGeecheeLivingBlackHistory Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation returns to the airwaves for "Black History Month," She will share on the history of migration as it relates to the Gullah/Geechee Nation. She will also feature the events that are happening no ...…
 
3 things to keep a woman ahead of the game and in alignment with her POWER! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/GoddessTalkRadio/support This podcast is sponsored by Anchor
 
Episode 19 features one of the greatest artists that I know butcher a cherished American classic into fish bait. Departing from the usual format, this episode is a "live recording" so that you can hear all of Jesse Phillip's spontaneous awkwardness, self loathing, and color commentary in real time. (Jesse is a Sergeant in the United States Mari ...…
 
Episode 18 features Earnest Lawrence Thayer's baseball classic, "Casey At The Bat." Although it was written in 1888, the game has changed so little that this could have been written last season!A fun look at sportsmanship, determination, and defeat!
 
If you’ve ever experienced the aching feeling of “dying inside”, heart break, depression or any other “in the valley” experience you know how this goes. Or maybe you don’t. This episode offers some step by step advice and wisdom on how to move from surviving the experience to thriving because of the experience. Daphney reminds us that life is n ...…
 
Episode 17 features Edgar A Guest, a British born American that wrote simple, optimistic, hopeful, inspirational poems about every day life. It's interesting that his career overlapped both world wars. I could see why his style resonated with people back then. Hopefully, it'll resonate with you as well.…
 
Episode 16 features the second half of Nathaniel Hawthorne's retelling of the Greek classic "Pandora's Box".
 
Episode 15 features Nathaniel Hawthorne's re-telling of the classic Greek myth, Pandora's Box.Hawthorne (1804-1864)was a writer of the Romantic period who's works often feature dark themes and are often compared to Poe and Melville.
 
Episode 13 features a Philip Freneau poem called "The Brave Americans" about the Battle of Eutaw Springs in 1780 in South Carolina during the American Revolution.Freneau was a member of the New Jersey militia during the war, and also a writer that helped bridge the divide between the neoclassical and the romantic periods. His work signals a shi ...…
 
Episode 14 features a story by the 20th century American humorist, playwright, and reporter, James Thurber.This guy was hilarious! Hope you enjoy this short, funny little piece.
 
The most important relationship that you’ll have is the one you have with yourself! Everywhere you go there you are. You can experience faithful, committed, and free union with You! The frequently asked question, “How do I know...” is addressed in this episode and you’re going to be blown away by the answers! Become a supporter of this podcast: ...…
 
Episode 12 features a sentimental Christmas story by O. Henry called "The Gift of the Magi". It's a wonderful story about how love is much better than material possessions.Abigail Reno graces the podcast a second time as we divvy up the narrating. She tells the first half of the story and I tell the second.Merry Christmas and happy holidays!…
 
“Let’s all go to- Gullah Gullah Island!” Depending upon how old you are, some of us heard that intro song to the 90s Nickelodeon tv show: Gullah Gullah Island and wondered what it was like to live on Gullah Islands. Join us as Seer, Medium and Hoodoo Rootworker, Rho Opulence shares about her upbringing in the Gullah culture, her experience as a ...…
 
Episode 11 features the O. Henry classic, The Ransom of Red Chief, and was requested by my good friend Jimmy Simmons of Marietta, GA. Hope the boys enjoy it!This story is "Home Alone" meets "The Apple Dumpling Gang". A couple of hard luck hard cases that can't catch a break get terrorized by the brat kid they've kidnapped. If you never listen t ...…
 
Episode 10 features a funny little story from O. Henry called "The Cop and the Anthem". With winter coming on, a bum named "Soapy" starts looking to commit a petty crime in order to be incarcerated in a warm cell for the winter...but will a cop notice him? Will he ever change his ways and try to find work? Listen in!…
 
The Stoop talks to interracial couples having difficult conversations around race, love and identity at a time when racial tensions are high. And when there’s kids in the mix, these conversations can be even harder. We also hear from Professor Shantel Buggs—author of the study “Dating in the Time of #BlackLivesMatter”—who shares her findings fr ...…
 
Episode 9 features me introducing my 5 year old daughter Abigail to the Mark Twain classic "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County". She offers some very thought provoking insight throughout the piece, to say the least, and you won't want to miss this one!
 
Episode 8 features guest Abigail Reno, a lover of all things classic literature and star of the web series "Cleaner Daze." We discuss Edgar Allan Poe, and then Abigail reads "The Tell Tale Heart" for us.Poe is an amazing storyteller who often focuses on what going on "inside the head" of his characters. "The Tell Tale Heart" is just such a piec ...…
 
It’s called “the nod,” that silent acknowledgement of solidarity that especially happens when Black folk see one another in spaces where they are “the onlys.” In this episode, The Stoop hits the streets with black radio producers to give the nod and report back from New York, Seattle, and North Carolina. This mini-series of The Stoop is produce ...…
 
Keep good company and always have good intentions! Sounds like a wonderful recipe for a creating a good life, right?! What happens when that message is translated through fashion and home decor products? You get Go(o)d Co.- a new boutique in OTR Cincinnati that is intentional about spreading positive vibes and reminding people of the goodness o ...…
 
Episode 7 features The Village Blacksmith by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. This is one of the first poems that my Dad ever read to me, and I have enjoyed Longfellow's work ever since (the British did too! There's a bust of him in Poet's Corner in Westminster Abbey, the burial place of kings of in England.) This piece extolls the virtues of the ha ...…
 
Episode 6 features a short story by Stephen Crane called "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky". It's set out west at the end of an era, and symbolically shows the taming of the Old West. This is a masterpiece of storytelling. It's kind of like Gary Cooper's "High Noon" mixed with some Mayberry-esque characters and humor. A real American classic!…
 
Lean in for this one, as The Stoop heads to the lowcountry of South Carolina to celebrate the language and culture of the Gullah Geechee, a people rooted in a mix of African cultures. Meet Gullah royalty Queen Quet, unwavering defender of Gullah Geechee culture, and Professor Sunn m'Cheaux, who found himself teaching a language he’d often been ...…
 
We must begin to understand the abundance of energy that surrounds “Holy”Days and tap into it. When folks are all tuned in to a frequency during the same time- Beautiful things can happen! You CAN pick and choose what works for you and release stories that do not and still live in TRUTH. Today we can honor our Native ancestors in the spirit of ...…
 
Episode 5 features a letter from Benjamin Franklin to a friend in which he recounts a poor childhood purchase and the life lessons he learned from it. Franklin was a statesman, diplomat, inventor, abolitionist, and all kinds of other stuff, and his wit and wisdom was world renowned in his day. This episode is short and sweet and I bet it gets y ...…
 
Episode 4 of the The Cultured Bumpkin features a old classic that everyone has heard of, but few seem to remember how hilarious it is! Well I'm here to remind you. Washington Irving was an outstanding storyteller and it's not an accident that this story is a classic.Be sure to have your dictionary handy because your vocabulary is about to expan ...…
 
Thin nose, high cheekbones, kinky hair, what you got in your blood? Your blood won’t lie, but does it determine your identity? We meet two women – Uzaz Shami, a Nubian woman who didn’t expect her results, and Shonda Buchanan who has always identified as Native American but isn’t always accepted as that. What percent of an ethnicity makes you pa ...…
 
Episode 3 features a chat with writer T.K. Lee and where we discuss American poetry from the New England Puritans all the way up to the present day. Lee is also an award winning theatre actor and performs an Emily Dickinson piece along with some three of his own from his new book "To Square A Circle".…
 
Episode 2 features the 1871 essay by Mark Twain entitled "Journalism in Tennessee". Twain's delightful use of the understatement is on full display as he describes the day his character came south from a job, fell on hard times, and left that afternoon. Like most of his other writings, Twain observations are pretty timeless, and a lot of simila ...…
 
What do you think/feel when you hear the words Ancestor or Spirit(s)? Our Ancestors live beyond the realm of our eyes while simultaneously existing inside of us! When we separate ourselves from the wisdom, knowledge and tools that once kept us connected to the ALL- what happens? What does colonization, religion and the media all have in common ...…
 
Coming up next on Showcase: The Stoop. The Stoop celebrates black joy, digging deeper into stories about blackness that we don’t hear enough about. Hosts Leila Day and Hana Baba bring you honest, lively conversations from across the black diaspora. The Stoop is produced and hosted by Leila Day and Hana Baba, edited by Julie Caine, engineered by ...…
 
Episode 1 of "The Cultured Bumpkin" features Mark Twain's 1867 story, "The Great Beef Contract", a piece that hilariously highlights the red tape and inefficiency of government. If you've ever been to a government building and come away frustrated, you'll appreciate Twain's take.
 
Tune een ta Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio fa yeddi wha gwine on pun de coast! Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) and hostess for the show will provide updates on the hurricane relief efforts in the Gullah/Geechee Nation. She will also provide details on events that are going on during November. E plennee gwine ...…
 
Crystal Elixirs and Magical Stones that work with your chakras, no this isn’t a scene from your favorite childhood movie but a peek inside of world of Diamyn Rembert, owner of Diamyn’s Crystal Bar! Have you always wanted to indulge in the world of powerful gems and didn’t know which ones to pick? Do you feel connected to the Medicine that the E ...…
 
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