EconTalk: Conversations for the Curious is an award-winning weekly podcast hosted by Russ Roberts of Shalem College in Jerusalem and Stanford's Hoover Institution. The eclectic guest list includes authors, doctors, psychologists, historians, philosophers, economists, and more. Learn how the health care system really works, the serenity that comes from humility, the challenge of interpreting data, how potato chips are made, what it's like to run an upscale Manhattan restaurant, what caused th ...
Book reviews and random thoughts.
The New York Public Library’s podcast about books, culture, and what to read next.
a collection of dark tales
Proudly brought to you by the fine folks at the Astonishing Legends Podcast- Not just another show but a place you can go: The Midnight Library. You alone, can climb the stairs of the strange, old Victorian mansion and be somewhat welcomed by your Hosts, Miranda Merrick & Mr. Darling. Curl up in a window seat or beside the grand fireplace and hear a tale of times long ago. Be transported to forgotten lands, learn about ancient customs and mysterious happenings… all in the company of your unu ...
Hosted by Angourie Rice, The Community Library is a fortnightly podcast for anyone interested in stories, and how and why we tell them.
Bartholomew County Public Library employees take turns reading, well, whatever they want from public domain literature. Then attempt to convince, persuade, tempt, or threaten you into giving the book a shot.
Your Library: A place to be, connect, enrich, create, thrive.
Cromaine District Library serves the community of Hartland, MI. This podcast contains a wide range of audio content from the various programs and services offered by the Library.
John and Rosianna discuss LL books
Bangkok's Home for Poetry
News and Notes from the Coronado Public Library. We talk about new titles patrons can check out & discuss upcoming programs happening here at the library.
This podcast series features movers and shakers of the Cleveland/Bradley County, TN area. While we know that bibliophiles may enjoy having their nose in a book, we hope that you will give this podcast series a listen!
We are just having fun reviewing and discussing comic books, graphic novels, manga, anime/animation, music and movies that we have recently read, listened to or watched.
A bi-weekly podcast in which two bookish besties, Jessie and Kelly, read (mostly) young adult fantasy through a critical lens
From the Cook Memorial Public Library in Libertyville/Vernon Hills, Illinois. Librarians sharing book recommendations, author interviews, local history stories, and more! Hosted by Nate Gass & Lindsay Barber-Peddycoart.
the librarian interview podcast
Library professionals are passionate about a lot of things. Be it the pop culture they consume or the databases that drive their libraries, Library Land Loves A Lot!
Stories on labor history, Detroit, and Wayne State University
Every Friday, librarians and archivists from the Georgia Tech Library pick a theme and free-associate an hour of music, interviews, and library talk.
Two friends discussing Horror and why we need it in our lives. We talk about books, TV, and film as spaces to experience horror safely.
A Podcast created by and about Mesa County Libraries. Local events, library happenings and staff curated topics are discussed!
The Book Drop is a weekly podcast from Omaha Public Library that explores topics related to our community, libraries and the joy of reading.
The Library Pros - A Librarian and a Library Information Technologist discussing libraries, technology and anything else that makes us smile!
We read stuff so you don't have to.
Welcome to Ngā Pātaka Kōrero Auckland Libraries podcast page! Catch up on author talks, events and concerts, and hear more in-depth commentary from the curatorial team behind our taonga treasured collections and exhibitions.
Welcome to Overdue Finds, an Edmonton Public Library podcast. Bryce Crittenden and Caroline Land will be hosting conversations about movies, music, books, pretty much any sort of popular culture and media you can think of and likely some you’ve never thought of. We’re hoping you’ll learn more about what you can find at the library.
A podcast focused on creating engaging and accessible political education for today's Left. We read all those theory and politics books and teach them to you, the listener, so you don't have to. Then you take what you learn and put it into practice. You can find Red Library's sister project at https://capillariesblog.wordpress.com which focused on political theory and analysis. Come check it out!
The Free Library Podcast is an easy way to participate in the author events and lectures that take place at the Parkway Central Library. Visit Author Events to find upcoming events.
Podcast by Hagley Museum and Library
The Leeds Library’s podcast series in which we talk to members of our extended community about their lives, their work, and their relationship to books, libraries, literature and heritage.
A trip through the history of recorded sound
The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by local, national and international authors, Seattle Reads, and the annual Washington State Book Awards, American history lecture, and Living History or Living Literature series.
A podcast featuring classic and living literature in the public domain. Many of these readings are utilized in various Charlotte Mason-style homeschool curriculums. Come on an adventure with us!
A podcast about the wonders of the modern media, the wonders of the internet and of course the wonders of the library.
These Books Made Me is a podcast about the literary heroines who shaped us and is a product of the Prince George's County Memorial Library System podcast network. Stay in touch with us via Twitter @PGCMLS with #TheseBooksMadeMe or by email at TheseBooksMadeMe@pgcmls.info. For recommended readalikes and deep dives into topics related to each episode, visit our blog at pgcmls.medium.com.
Welcome to Strange Country, a podcast devoted to bizarre, surreal and extraordinary stories that make America the weird place it is. Co-hosts Kelly and Beth are former newspaper reporters turned school librarians who have always had a soft spot for a good story--the stranger the better. Discover the first woman to survive a barrel ride over Niagara Falls and the man who invented “complex marriage” in one of the most successful utopian experiments. Things get weird pretty quickly around here.
Podcast by Brian and Lindsey
Kennedy Library Forums are a series of public affairs programs offered by the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum to foster public discussion on a diverse range of historical, political, and cultural topics reflecting the legacy of President and Mrs. Kennedy's White House years.
Capital Area District Libraries is excited to produce the CADL CAST Podcast which is hosted by our executive director and members of the collection development team. Content centers around the library and its collection, events, partnerships and services. Guests include authors, community leaders, library professionals and national personalities.
A dragon discusses various types of media and offers his recommendations. You can find review for books, movies, shows, and video games. Common topics include recent releases, old favorites, fantasy, sci-fi, and lots of dragons.There are two new episodes released each week on Tuesday and Friday.
Conversations about trends and issues affecting libraries. The Reaching Across Illinois Library System provides support services to about 1300 library institutions -- academic, public, school, and special -- in northern and western Illinois.
A bookish podcast for reading broadly. Librarians interview authors, share reading suggestions and explore literary topics through lively conversations. Each episode is based on reading challenge categories, which encourage listeners to expand their reading horizons. You can find show notes, including a list of books discussed in each episode and transcripts at kcls.org/deskset.
The Library Leadership Podcast features real library leaders discussing the most important issues in libraries today. We hope it becomes a resource for everyone navigating the fast-paced world of information service provision. Adriane Herrick Juarez is the Executive Director of the Park City Library in Utah. She believes library leadership is an ever-evolving practice that is enhanced through thought-provoking conversations and the sharing of ideas.
First broadcast June 23 2017. Playlist at https://www.wrek.org/2017/06/playlist-for-lost-in-the-stacks-from-friday-june-23rd-the-human-library-episode-348/ "Fred said it was trademarked."
Have you ever experienced stress and burnout in the workplace? These can take a huge toll on all of us, yet we don’t often take the time to work on ways to overcome this. On this show Amanda Moore, Library Stress and Management Consultant, shares ways we can beat burnout. It’s an important topic that I hope everyone in libraries will tune in for. E…
Welcome to the Spooky Spectacular with Damon and Shelby, a podcast where we watch, recap, and review spooky-themed movies that can be viewed through Cromaine's collections and online resources! This week: the Irish film The Hole in the Ground from 2019. Join us as we discuss parmesan cheese, demonic possession, and make way too many jokes.…
In conversation with Adriana Trigiani The senior vice president and deputy publisher of Doubleday, Todd Doughty has worked for Penguin Random House publishing for more than 20 years. When the World Health Organization named COVID-19 a global pandemic, he decided that he had to find a way to recognize the commonplace joys many of us take for granted…
We are already 15 days into Fright Bites 31 Days of Horror! Today’s review is the second book in a duology by Cassandra Khaw, “A Song for Quiet”.By LLonL
The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the greatest of all treasures given to the church. It is not a message among many but THE message above them all. Paul stated it is the power of God for salvation & is the greatest revelation of the manifold wisdom of God (Romans 1:16; Ephesians 3:10). If we are to be faithful stewards, we must be absorbed in the study…
This episode looks at the Story of Cain and Abel. More so it looks at two scenes in the John Steinbeck novel East of Eden in which the Cain and Abel story is discussed.
Today's Book: Viking Tales by Jennie Hall Today's Episode: Chapter 6: Harald is King Thanks for joining us! We'd love to hear from you - reach out to us through our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/enchantedlibrary ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★By The Enchanted Library
This week’s Tales from The Leeds Library episode features a conversation with Shaun Page, a local historian photographer, and host of the Leeds Echoes podcast. Shaun talked to us about the importance of local history, the use of new technologies in arts, culture and heritage, and the joys of living in Burley. Shaun’s Website: https://www.warehouse6…
Mary Perrin tells Jill about her journey from struggling reader to working for a reading app company. Photo Credit: Mary Perrin Contact Us: email@example.com Featured Resource: Access Video on Demand Other Resources: Beanstack Gary Hoover (The man with 60,000 books)By James L. Hamner Public Library
Book review of I Speak Boy by Jessica Brody (w/ a side rant about Tia Lugo Speaks No Evil)
Check out my double review of Dune, the book by Frank Herbert, and Dune, the movie directed by David Lynch. This is in preparation for remake. You can find links to the book and the movie below. Dune(1965) (Amazon) Dune(1965) (Audible) Dune(1965) (Barnes & Noble) Dune(1984) (Barnes & Noble) Dune(1984) (HBO Max) _____________________________________…
Don’t grow up – it's a trap!What is it about the ever popular coming-of-age novel that makes it so appealing? Alison and Ineka investigate and highlight some recent cool literature about adolescent angst.By Auckland Libraries
Meet Andrew Hunt, Library Director of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library.By CBCPL Library Staff
For years Andrew Colgoni has been the beauty and brains behind Ad/Lib, a website and social handle dedicated to documenting and analyzing the marketing and branding efforts of libraries around the world. We chat with Andrew about some interesting examples of libraries attempting to branch out in new directions (with varying levels of success), and …
What the FUP is an anarchist, Brian? Today is our first of a three part series exploring anarchism and its plausibility as a political model.James C. Scott, Two Cheers For Anarchism https://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691161037/two-cheers-for-anarchismSupport the show at: www.patreon.com/fuppodEmail us at FUPpod@gmail.comFacebook Discus…
How many books did I read in the last three months? How many of them were translated? How many did I get from the library? All these questions answered AND MORE in this episode. As is tradition here on the podcast, every three months I take you through the stats of everything I read that quarter, because despite being a literature nerd, I also love…
By Chris DeCristofaro
This week is all about Perseverance, taking risks, getting knocked down, and sticking it out to make it through the rough times. We cover the story of Tori Murden who became the first woman to row across an ocean. Along the way we serve up recordings of poems songs, and stories performed live at Lyrical Lunacy's live shows.Poets:Max RapkinDelfin So…
This month’s online presentation welcomes Marjorie Osterhout, Marlena Williams, Asia Renee, and Laura S. Tarasoff.Marjorie Osterhout is a writer, editor, and storyteller. Her essays and articles have appeared in anthologies like It’s A Boy (Seal Press) and magazines including Parents, Parenting, and ePregnancy. She also spent a whirlwind three year…
José Andrés, chef and founder of World Central Kitchen, and David Beasley, Executive Director of the World Food Programme, discuss current actions and responses to hunger and malnutrition with Laura Reiley, reporter for The Washington Post covering the business of food. The Kennedy Library's education and public programs related to civil rights and…
Get Ad Free Episodes Get these episodes ad free! Support the show on Patreon for as little as $3 / month. Welcome back to The Wicked Library for our season of Sci-Fi Themed Horror. We kick of the season with a dark tale written by Crystal Connor and told by Denise Michelle Johnson, accompanied by...By The Wicked Library
Welcome back, Dear Guests, to The Midnight Library. Tonight, your host, Miranda, will introduce you to The Famous Fox Sisters! Three wily women who took The Modern Spiritualist Movement by storm and left many a ghost in their wake. From a haunted old farmhouse, mysterious coded raps from another realm tapped out messages that put the women in the s…
Is everyone ready for a cozy mystery? Well it isn’t going to happen with this title. We travel down the more dark and gritty paths of life. But what else would you expect as Logan and Richard review and discuss George R. R. Martin’s Skin Trade. What we reviewed in this episode: George R.R. Martin’s Skin Trade, Daniel Abraham – adaptor and Mike Wolf…
Readers’ Advisor Erica O’Rourke talks up some of the season’s best and most buzzed about books. If you need some new reading suggestions or just want to know what titles are worth adding to your TBR pile, you won’t want to miss this episode. In This Episode Returning Favorites Colson Whitehead, Harlem Shuffle Anthony Doerr, Cloud Cuckoo Land Liane …
Artist and author Justin Beal shares the career and legacy of influential yet often forgotten architect Minoru Yamasaki. Yamasaki’s human-centered architectural design was often overrun by economics, politics, and capitalist symbolism, leading to his two most well-known developments, the Pruitt-Igoe housing project in St. Louis and the World Trade …
In this episode, we’re transported to a magical Brooklyn in Daniel José Older’s novel Shadowshaper, the first in the Shadowshaper Cypher series. Congratulations to Daniel, who has the esteemed honor of being the first (and so far only) cis-dude we’ve read for the show. In Shadowshaper, we follow Sierra, a Black Puerto Rican Brooklyn-ite, who discov…
Reimagining the Civic Commonshttps://civiccommons.us/https://medium.com/reimagining-the-civic-commonsLibraries As Bridgeslibrariesasbridges.orgNorth Liberty Librarynorthlibertylibrary.org/By North Liberty Library
I Talk to Martin Kruming about the upcoming San Diego-Botswana-Scotland Storytelling Festival. Stories were told.