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Best HUM podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best HUM podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The sign above his hospital bed called him Sixty-Six Garage. For more than 15 years, he would lay there unidentified and unconscious. Or so, everyone believed. From L.A. Times Studios and the team that brought you “Dirty John” and “Man in the Window,” comes “Room 20,” a story about the search for a man’s identity and the truth about his accident. Investigative reporter Joanne Faryon’s two-year journey is filled with twists and turns. Now, she'll finally reveal who Garage really is. But one i ...
 
Bollywood tunes make compulsive hummers out of us. But wait, do you know the meaning of every word you hum? Especially the ones in Urdu? Urdunama, with @FabehaSyed, takes one word at a time and we slice and dice it for you.
 
Humming Fools is a fortnightly podcast and amateur auditory guide dedicated to artists, dreamers, and anyone with the creative urge—you know who you are. Hosted by two nobodies, the show chronicles the exploits of friends Kyle Stück and Noah Baslé and their conversations with other artists; the show equally celebrating the superstars, the Average Joes, and even the basement dwellers. Stick around and see what Kyle and Noah end up learning from their fellow artists, along with all the strange ...
 
In HUM Talks, Sarah Knight talks to different Alternative Health Therapists about their work in the amazing field of personal health and healing. Alternative healthcare is a very large, and ever-growing, field, but here you can learn a bit more about just a few of the options available to you if you are on your own journey towards optimum health. If you like these interviews, let us know, as we expand even further into the field and conduct more! Questions and comments can be made through th ...
 
A hum has been heard rolling over the faceless suburbia of Rothstead.Wailing and sweeping like whale-song. The locals are scared and the cats are screaming.Peter Heath has been assigned to investigate.Will he find his answer, or get lost in the mist?Sound Design - Paul FreemanWritten and Read by - James O'Neill
 
In 1960s Los Angeles, after the catastrophic Watts riots, an outsized character emerged — one who found an unexpected way to unite people across race and class. Odds are you’ve never heard of him. From L.A. Times Studios, the team behind “Dirty John” and “Man in the Window,” comes “Larger Than Life,” a docu-series about Big Willie Robinson, a 6-foot-6, muscle-bound street racer who preached peace a quarter-mile at a time. Cops and criminals, movie stars and miscreants, even Crips and Bloods ...
 
Story Pirates is a group of world-class actors, comedians, improvisers and musicians who adapt stories written by kids into sketch comedy and musical theater. Visit www.storypirates.com for more information on Story Pirates and how you can bring our live show to your school or town!
 
We tell the stories of haunted places, ghost encounters, cryptid encounters, the paranormal, preternatural, and every oddity imaginable. And we have a few laughs while we're at it! Join your hosts Adam & Matt in their discussions of these topics and email them your thoughts at GraveYardTalesPodcast@gmail.com (mailto:GraveYardTalesPodcast@gmail.com) We thank you for joining us in the GraveYard!
 
Cities and Memory remixes the world, one sound at a time - a global collaboration between artists and sound recordists all over the world. The project presents an amazingly-diverse array of field recordings from all over the world, but also reimagined, recomposed versions of those recordings as we go on a mission to remix the world. What you'll hear in the podcast are our latest sounds - either a field recording from somewhere in the world, or a remixed new composition based solely on those ...
 
Dorothy Wilhelm calls herself a porcupine trainer. That’s her term for the sticky situations and prickly people we all have to face on a daily basis. She believes we all handle porcupines every day, whether we want to or not. Dorothy is a professional humorist, speaker, radio and TV personality who brings energy, good humor and fun to her presentations on welcoming life change with enthusiasm. Her new book, Better Every Day is available this month, companion to Catch The Christmas Spirit And ...
 
Welcome to the new normal. For so many of us around the globe, our lives have been forever changed by the coronavirus. And we will never be the same. On Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays for the foreseeable future, Neon Hum's Jonathan Hirsch will bring you stories of people who are far away...up close. Stories of how each of us are learning to live through this pandemic.
 
Are you frustrated, disappointed, operating with a constant mild unhappiness in the background? Are you tired of bringing this discontentment everywhere—to work, your home life? Here you will find strategies that go deeper. Not more of the same ho-hum “top 10 things successful people do.” DEEPER! Gain deep insight into modern-day challenges. Learn to approach your life as a creative act. Live life from a creative viewpoint not a reactive viewpoint. Create your life rather than react to life. ...
 
"Ordinary teens become extraordinary in this thrilling tale of good versus evil...Skillfully written, this novel will captivate teens, including reluctant readers." -- Publishers Weekly. The Demon Queen and The Locksmith is a 2010 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Semifinalist. Kevin panicked when his ears began to buzz. He couldn't be a Hearer. The Hearers were the town freaks. Worse, his dad was one of them, and Kevin's greatest fear was that one day he might turn into his father. In Turquoi ...
 
Critical but casual approaches to current, past, and future video games six times a week. In addition, guests will periodically share their own aesthetic and personal experiences with games in conversation! Subscribe to our Patreon at www.patreon.com/hegelbon if you'd like to hear special patron-only bonus episodes! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/no-cartridge-audio/donations
 
Check out the debut podcast from Alex Smokes new label Hum+Haw. Alex and label partner Jim Hutchison introduce us to some of the forthcoming artists and music on the label, including FOOL, Alexs new experimental hip hop collaboration with MC Non from Shadowhuntaz. The podcast provides a snapshot of the breadth of music which they will be releasing and also includes remixes from the likes of Rustie and Various Production.Check outwww.myspace.com/humhawwww.humandhaw.com
 
Brian and Sarah are your hosts for this look back at albums from the New Wave and Classic Rock genres-- albums which have earned a permanent spot in their record collection. The hosts start the discussion with a history of the album, followed by their personal history with it. Over the course of two episodes, they do a track-by-track review of the album and the videos that accompany the singles. They conclude by each giving the album a final review and rating of zero to five record adapters. ...
 
One pleasant summer day, as the fairy-tale lover sat reading a book beneath the low spreading branches of an oak tree, he heard a hum of wings, and looking up startled from his book, he discovered the Fairy Goldenwand standing close by. "Are you still seeking new fairy tales?" said the Fairy Goldenwand. "Yes," said the reader. "Will you write them down if I tell you some really new ones?" said the Fairy. "Oh yes, indeed," said the reader. "And I'll put them into a book;..." "Oh, that will be ...
 
This Undivided Life Podcast will give you real advice to help make life whole again. Join Troy Mclaughlin, co-host Scott Perkins and guests as we talk real life. We bypass simple platitudes and the generic “just love yourself” gibberish, and dive headlong into the challenges pulling us a million different directions. Life is fractured; from your calendars chocked full of commitments, to the black hole of entertainment in the palm of your hand, and the constant buzz of iPhone alerts. For most ...
 
Partners, parents and broadcasters Shabby and Man. He started in London She started in Delhi, somewhere on the way their paths crossed. From hosting the weekend breakfast show on Radio together in India to ending up in London. Currently Shabby (Shabnam Dutta Sahi) is one of the most listened to Asian radio presenters in the UK, while Man has been mostly drinking copious amounts of Artisan coffee and contemplating life. ( In English with a smattering of Hindi ) all eps approx 15 mins
 
End your week on a high note with the Coda, a brand new music podcast from Brian Hastie and Rob Kristoffersen. Each bi-weekly episode will touch on music news and rumours, an in-depth look at a specific topic, as well as recommendations to fill your earholes with after each episode is done. We'll be discussing artists ranging from Aaron Carter to Frank Zappa, and you can count on Brian waxing poetic for his love of nu-metal. The Coda, available every second Friday on every platform where pod ...
 
Anandi Sano explores a wide range of topics, all focused on assisting humanity evolve into a more balanced and peaceful existence. Anandi Sano features on the podcast experts and everyday people from all kinds of different fields. People form all walks of life that are opening hearts and minds in the fields of wellness, health, fitness, nutrition, art, entertainment, business, entrepreneurship & spirituality. These are raw and honest conversations with no script. With these conversations Ana ...
 
Sustain is a podcast that showcases resources and systems so as to reward open source contributions. We shine the spotlight on people to help their projects to grow and evolve. We also focus on structuring code and organizations to support the efforts of open source contributors. You can listen to previous episodes on Devchat.tv. Part of the CodeFund Podcast Network (https://codefund.io/podcasts) #mcembedsignup{background:#fff; clear:left; font:14px Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif; width:100%;} / ...
 
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This week's episode is sponsored by: D'addario XT strings Chase Bliss Audio In this week's episode Steve shows his IKEA shelves. Ryan talks about the Squier Starcaster he picked up. We do all ads. We have guests like Mike Adams and Grant Wilson Pictures 1. (not)Secret Nazi Bass 2. Jewcastar 3. Acoustic Tuned Tube Bass Amp 4. Gibson RD8 This week's …
 
Special interview with Pastor Dom & Michael Hum. We are an interdenominational church in Montreal, seeking to create a safe and honest space to ask questions. Join us in person Sundays and find out more at https://the180.ca and consider supporting our mission in Quebec at https://the180.ca/give Special Interview with Pastor Dom & Michael Hum Record…
 
This week we look into the mysterious Hums heard in several cities all around the world! What is it? Why can only a small percentage of people hear it? Thanks to this week’s sponsors: Best Fiends AMC Shudder – Shudder.com (code “GRAVE”) Thank you, Jeff Wampler, for helping with the research!! Check out our sources below for more info and to continu…
 
On this very special episode of Humming Fools, Noah & Kyle are joined by THE John Langan, a writer of contemporary horror and weird fiction, and winner of the Bram Stoker Award, which he received for his excellent novel "The Fisherman." Listen as John breaks down the history and relevance of horror, talks writing technique, answers questions from R…
 
Sponsored By: Panelists Pia Mancini | Justin Dorfman | Eric Berry | Richard Littauer Guest Henry Zhu Babel Show Notes [00:01:30] Henry explains how he got involved in Babel and how it’s funded. [00:03:18] Eric wonders if Henry wishes he could just step away and just cut ties with it and go do something completely different and how tight is he with …
 
Lee blows off steam in the ship’s simulroom. Featuring two new stories: “The Poisonous Butterfly,” a story about a bold scientist who has to save the town, written by Vivian, an 8 year old from Colorado, and “Cartwheel Girl,” the tale of a very happy girl with a very strange condition, written by a 6 year old from Arizona named Gabriella.…
 
Engineers love to experiment, but is experimenting with your career a good idea? In this episode of Programming Leadership, Marcus talks with salary negotiation expert Josh Doody about how this counterintuitive decision can benefit you over the long term. According to Doody, the key is to stop thinking in binary terms of “good” and “bad” outcomes a…
 
Live sports is one of the many things that’s halted during the pandemic. But recently ESPN the got rights to air South Korean baseball games. Dan Kurtz, a superfan, explains why the KBO is worth watching -- and why it holds a special place in his heart. Host & Executive Producer: Jonathan Hirsch Managing Producer: John Asante Reporter & Producer: J…
 
We welcome Matt Margini, author of Red Dead Redemption from Boss Fight Books, to discuss his fantastic reading of the frontier, the genre of the western, the nature of the videogame as a piece of media, and what exactly happened between Red Dead and its sequel to disappoint him a bit in the latter. Absolutely fun and breezy conversation with a real…
 
From the LA Times team behind Room 20 -- as well as Dirty John, Man In The Window and Chasing Cosby -- comes “It Was Simple: The Betty Broderick Murders.” This fascinating new true-crime podcast follows the case of Betty Broderick, who thought she had a perfect life. Until her husband left. Five years later, Betty killed him and his new wife. Thirt…
 
Seth is a writer and photographer who loves the Ozarks, his wife and four boys, and a good collection of poems. He's the author of two books, both of which touch on addiction, sobriety, and spiritual formation. You can pickup a copy of The Book of Waking Up: Experiencing the Divine Love That Reorders a Life and the award winning book Coming Clean: …
 
In this episode, Shabby And Man discuss things they will miss once the lockdown is over and things that they can't wait to get back to. Will things ever return to normal. Partners, parents and broadcasters Shabby and Man look back on life in two continents over two decades. He started in London. She started in Delhi, somewhere on the way their path…
 
During the coronavirus pandemic, most non-essential business have taken a hit. But there are always exceptions. And Todd Thornbury’s hot tub business in Southern California happens to be one of the more fascinating ones. Host & Executive Producer: Jonathan Hirsch Managing Producer: John Asante Reporter & Producer: Natalie Rinn Editors: Vikram Patel…
 
Engine efficiency, what happens when the Earth's magnetic field flips, what is a solar minimum, why are some people shorter than others and what causes dwarfism, and how can I tell planets from stars? Join 702's Azania Mosaka and Dr Chris Smith for the answers... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists…
 
Piece based on DJ tweeters by Michael Lilley. "This treasure is named as Tweeters used as part of a DJ setup and categorised under hip hop music, which (semi-tangentially) led me to think about sampling.... "Every sound in my entire composition evolved from a (heavily manipulated and treated) single sample (of Imogen Heap singing the short vocal ph…
 
Piece based on Rakim's microphone by Borys Kossakowski. "A piece inspired by the Item Number 61 - Cordless microphone used by Rakim to record The 18th Letter. I dare to say that we are friends with Rakim now. For the last couple of weeks, we spent a lot of time together. Although we never met or talk. Rakim was walking around the room, talking abou…
 
Piece based on MacCameron's Waiting for the Doctor by Emmy Tither. "It's impossible not to make a connection between the piece, and the feelings in it, with what is happening globally right now. Things are weird and things are sad." Part of the Smithsonian Treasures project, a collection of new sound works inspired by items from the Smithsonian Mus…
 
Piece based on The Death of Cleopatra by Cara Kelly. "I first became aware of the artist, sculptor Edmonia Lewis and her work 'The Death of Cleopatra' through the Smithsonian’s podcast 'Sidedoor’. At the time I was also first in contact with 'Cities and Memories' so when I was asked if I would be involved in the 'Smithsonian Treasures Exhibition' a…
 
Piece based on Angel by Mark Taylor. "The inspiration for the music came very much from the background story behind the picture – Abbott Henderson’s angels are recognised for their ethereal qualities and this particular one of his daughter, Mary, was also meant as an allegory for hope and spirituality. "There is a certain purity, naturalness and si…
 
Piece based on Albert Potter's Modern Music by Jeff Dungfelder. ""The dreams of Albert Potter" is a composition based on a linoleum cut on paper from 1933 (from the Smithsonian American Art Museum) by Russian artist Albert Potter. Since the artwork deals with death, and was created during a time of extreme social crisis, I imagined a soundtrack to …
 
Piece based on Walt Whitman photograph by Nick St. George. "Walt Whitman was a fascinating character. Probably gay (difficult in 19th C America), his poetry was radical and, at the time, condemned as obscene. His best known work, 'Leaves of Grass', exists in many different versions (Whitman revised it and added to it constantly), and the massed voi…
 
Piece based on Sputnik model by Martin Juenke. "'Sputnik' contains a musicbox playing the national anthem of Russia, additional sampled sounds coming from the Russian POLIVOKS synth, a computer generated voice reading parts of the Russian Wikipedia article about the Sputnik event accompanied by a heavy usage of a vocoder to modify that voice. "My a…
 
Piece based on Rodin's Head of Sorrow by Richard Watts. "I thought that it would be interesting to explore the feelings of sorrow during the coronavirus lockdown. The piece is based around the number of deaths that there have been in the UK during this time and how the numbers don't really reflect the human side of the deaths. I have used a number …
 
Piece based on vintage typewriter by Tom Thompson. "The vintage typewriter image inspired me to create this down tempo jazzy flavored composition. I played guitar for the melody lead but used digital and analog effects pedals to give the guitar more of a horn vibe. The typewriter sounds are from BBC Public Sound Effects Library under the terms of l…
 
Piece based on Edward Hopper's A Night in the Park by Ollie Campbell. "I chose this etching by Edward Hopper to reimagine because I really liked the texture in the piece and the dark, lonely atmosphere created by the lighting and scratches on the page. In my piece I tried to reflect the scratchy 'noisy' textures of the etching by layering lots diff…
 
Piece based on articulated sailor model by Richard Watts. "The piece has two parts to it. The first is as if the Sailor is speaking to you about his life at sea. I have used quotes from Moby Dick for the samples - it's me reading it but very processed. I was trying to imagine how the Sailor would move so there are a lot of clockwork type sounds. Th…
 
We have been learning about hope from a new perspective. This week we look at how hope is more than a feeling, it’s shaped by a difficult, yet important, commitment to change – or as we like to say, “Do a 180.” Listen in as Pastor Dom walks us through this biblical idea. We are an interdenominational church in Montreal, seeking to create a safe and…
 
Piece based on Kurtis Blow's jacket. "I took the catalogue description and fed it into Google Translate. The output was turned into a WAV which was then manipulated. Some of the detail was turned to Midi data. "This was then fed back into my DAW and provided a melody idea. The remaining track was then manipulated until a structure was reached. Some…
 
Piece based on "Murder on Lennox Ave." poster by Richard Watts. "I always enjoy doing something dark. I managed to find a copy of the film on the Internet Archive so sampled some of the dialogue and the title music. There’s an odd feel about the film so I wanted to capture that in the re-imaged piece. I’ve used a repeating bass line that drives the…
 
Piece based on Golden Poison Frog by Odette Johnson. "The Golden Poison Frog is of the species phyllobates terribilis and is found in the pacific coastal regions of Columbia. It lives in areas of the rainforest with very high rain levels of about 5m per year, temperatures of at least 26°C, and relative humidity of 80–90%. For such a brightly colour…
 
Piece based on Japanese artwork by Andy Lyon. "There's an element of mystery to the picture. It appears to be set in the mountains with a picture of Mount Fuji in the top left. "There isn't really a background, this adds to the mystery as does the serious expression on the lady's face and the fact she's looking behind her. I've tried to capture the…
 
Piece based on Muhammed Ali's headgear by Eva Quirentia Mansson. "Muhammad Ali, being one of the absolutely most fascinating people on earth, is someone I have admired all my life. I am not a fan of boxing. Not even interested in sports. "But Muhammad Ali was so much more than his skills in the ring. When looking at his protection helmet, most prob…
 
Piece based on Billie Holiday photo by Stephanie Merchak. "I've always loved jazz and when I saw that a photo of Billie Holiday was among the selection of items chosen for The Smithsonian Treasures project, I knew I wanted to compose a piece inspired by that photo. I wanted to create a jazz influenced piece that also included some electronic and ex…
 
Louis Armstrong's trumpet reimagined by Simon Woods with Phil Nicholas. "On a walk through the Smithsonian Museum, a father and daughter encounter Louis Armstrong’s trumpet. The daughter mistakenly believes a trumpet sound is to be found on her mobile phone. The father quickly points out that this is what a trumpet sounds like before a blues begins…
 
Piece based on Bhairavi Ragini artwork by Marie-Cecile Reber. "I have used my field recordings for this piece. As a musical concept I have adopted the different levels of the image. It was also important to me to reproduce the calm that manifests itself in the picture. "When I look at the picture, it triggers the following associations in me. It is…
 
Piece based on paddle wheel image by Dan Gusset. "I have used an image to audio converter to create eight audio samples for 45 degree rotations of the image of the Feathering Paddle Wheel. These have been manipulated these with various effects, stretching and layering to creating a looping audio piece. When viewed as a spectrogram it shows the rota…
 
Piece based on Frida Kahlo portrait by Richard Gadd. "This portrait is unusual in that it is not a self-portrait, perhaps the form Frida Kahlo is best known for. It is what an other else in her. I am struck by her slightly severe expression and pouted lips giving her a birdlike appearance, the heavy close=knit eyebrows and a suggestion of a moustac…
 
Piece based on Angela Davis poster by Keisuke Oki. "Angela Davis is an American political activist, philosopher, academic, and author. The poster I selected from Smithsonian Treasures was made by the United Coalition for Angela Davis Day to demand bail for her. She was an icon of the 60s cultural and political revolution and is still radical." Part…
 
Piece based on Singer sewing machine by Dave Webb. "I liked the idea of the repetitiveness of a sewing machine but as it is hand cranked, it will be a little arrhythmic. "As I don't have access to a hand cranked machine to sample, I went to freesound.org and found a great sample pack from Juskidink." Part of the Smithsonian Treasures project, a col…
 
Piece based on stock ticker by Jukka-Pekka Piimies. "The stock ticker has an interesting relation to time: as a machine, it revolves at a set pace, but the events that it stamps in the ticker tape are more random in the short term. "In addition to the momentary pulse of the stock market, you also have the cyclical ebb and flow of the real economy. …
 
Piece based on Charlie Parker's saxophone by Daryn Brown. "Charlie Parker was a legendary saxophonist but also a massive heroin addict. What I tried to do with this piece was blend two saxophone solos, the one the audience heard and the one that Charlie was hearing in his heroin-infused brain. "I approached this project as an improvisation, very qu…
 
Epping Forest lockdown sound recorded by Andy Popperwell. "Since the Covid-19 crisis began, I've been keeping a diary. I was inspired by my grandfather, whose diaries from the First World War are my most treasured possession. I thought that walking through the grounds of Copped Hall, a restoration project where I volunteer, might make an interestin…
 
Los Angeles lockdown sound recorded by Ray Connelly. "This recording is at the time my friends and I were supposed to graduate college. Recorded outside on the patio, you can hear us Facetiming our family to celebrate on the inside coinciding with bird sounds and cars outside. A quiet graduation, but happy nonetheless." Part of the #StayHomeSounds …
 
Epping Forest lockdown sound recorded by Jeff Dungfelder. "When asked to reimagine and remix the sounds of the Covid-19 lockdown, I chose a field recording of bees from the Epping Forest in the United Kingdom. Usually the sounds of the bees are drowned out by nearby motorway traffic, but not any longer. What fascinated me about this project is how …
 
Genoa lockdown sound reimagined by Tom Thompson. "I definitely could relate to the desire and need of slipping away to the waters edge and listening to the calming sounds of the lapping water during these confining times. "Yet, for me there is also the constant nagging worry of the Corona virus stalking each and every one of us. I tried to express …
 
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