EconTalk is an award-winning weekly podcast hosted by Russ Roberts of Stanford University'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 the 2008 financial crisis, the nature of consciousness ...
The New York Public Library’s podcast about books, culture, and what to read next.
Readers at Baytown Library discuss their favorite books.
John and Rosianna discuss LL books
Sermon & Event Audio
Home to the world's largest collection of Shakespeare materials. Advancing knowledge and the arts. Discover it all at www.folger.edu. Shakespeare turns up in the most interesting places—not just literature and the stage, but science and social history as well. Our "Shakespeare Unlimited" podcast explores the fascinating and varied connections between Shakespeare, his works, and the world around us.
Podcasts from the Gwinnett County Public Library
Every Friday, librarians and archivists from the Georgia Tech Library pick a theme and free-associate an hour of music, interviews, and library talk.
Go ahead...Leave the lights on
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.
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.
Trusted evidence. Informed decisions. Better health.
Sit by our fire and hear tales of old and recent accounts of real beasts and monsters you thought only lived in your nightmares. Travel through the dark forest to join us each Tuesday at 8pm central, we promise to fuel your nightmares and entice your mind with wonder. Become our Patreon for exclusives and a more immersive experience: https://www.patreon.com/thecaravanoflore Check out our merchandise on threadless! https://thecaravanoflore.threadless.com/designs/caravan-logo
Two women talk about their favorite topic - books! They talk about what they’re currently reading, their book club picks, and other bookish topics. Their goal is to help you overload your library request list. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/libraryoverload/support
Librarians from Oak Creek Public Library discuss their latest reads and give their favorite reading, watching, and listening recommendations each month! Visit https://oakcreeklibrary.org/podcast for complete transcripts of every episode.
Discover the healing power of stories and poems with State Library Victoria’s resident bibliotherapist, Susan McLaine.
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.
The Community Library, hosted by Angourie Rice, is a podcast, book club and discussion space. It is for anyone interested in stories and how and why we tell them.
Monthly podcasts from the Scottish Poetry Library, hosted by Colin Waters.
Brooklyn has so many stories to tell, and a lot of them start at the library. Every other week, “Borrowed” brings you stories that start here and take you somewhere new. We're talking to people starting businesses, finding their roots, playing Dungeons & Dragons, creating community—and of course, borrowing books! Brought to you by Brooklyn Public Library.
Nonfiction Friends is an educational, library-based podcast that seeks to help the public learn interesting, quirky, and sometimes bizarre facts that can be found in the nonfiction section of their local library.
Your Library: A place to be, connect, enrich, create, thrive.
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.
Listen to the ABA Journal Podcast for analysis and discussion of the latest legal issues and trends the first Monday of each month. Also hear discussions with authors for The Modern Law Library books podcast series.
Two librarians discuss two YA books every two weeks!
Collected Comics Library is only podcast solely dedicated to comic book collected editions news and reviews of Marvel, DC and independent TPBs and HCs.
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.
The Library Pros - A Librarian and a Library Information Technologist discussing libraries, technology and anything else that makes us smile!
A trip through the history of recorded sound
Welcome to LFPL's At the Library Series, an ongoing podcast featuring author talks, programs and events at the Louisville Free Public Library.
Want to learn how to make the most of your reading life? Join Brea Grant and Mallory O’Meara every week as they discuss tips and tricks for reading better! Listeners will learn how to vanquish their To-Be-Read piles, get pointers on organizing their bookshelves and hear reviews on the newest reading gadgets. Brea and Mallory also offer advice on bookish problems. How do you climb out of a reading slump? How do you support authors while still getting books on the cheap? Where do you hide the ...
Access the latest additions to the Foundations Bible College and Theological Seminary Sermon Library.
Podcast by Ellen Snoeyenbos
The BPL Podcast features concise, informative discussions with guests from our top-notch programming lineup. Tackling a range of topics from horror films to Ohio's opioid epidemic, we capture conversations that are sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, but always human.
Top Shelf Topics From Merrick Library
A bi-weekly podcast in which two bookish besties, Jessie and Kelly, read YA fantasy through a critical lens
The Schlow Library Podcast features interviews and news about events, happenings, and services at Schlow Centre Region Library in State College.
Podcast by Hagley Museum and Library
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.
EconTalk is an award-winning weekly podcast hosted by Russ Roberts of Stanford University'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 up-scale Manhattan restaurant, what caused the 2008 financial crisis, the nature of consciousnes ...
The Michigan Theater Foundation's round-table discussion podcast that takes you behind the scenes of an independent Art House Cinema. Featuring discussions on what's new and interesting playing outside the megaplex theater, film festival roundups, and the general love of movies that drives us.
In 'Presenting Alfred Hitchcock Presents,' Al Sjoerdsma is dedicated to examining each episode of the original 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents' television series, show by show in chronological order, in depth and with an eye to the popular culture of the 1950s and 1960s.
The Banned Library Podcast offers a unique discussion and emphasis on books and literature that are considered frequently banned or challenged by schools and libraries. Word of Warning, the stories may not be safe for work or children unless you have really cool children and a grown up work place!
Discover how seekers and scholars from a variety of disciplines have engaged with Mary Baker Eddy's life, ideas, and accomplishments.
A Podcast from Syosset Public Library on Long Island, New York.
Cochrane is producing a series of reviews to help decision makers respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and is keeping these up to date as new evidence emerges. In October 2020, we published our second update of the review of convalescent plasma and hyperimmune immunoglobulin and we asked its lead author, Khai Li Chai from Monash University in Australia…
It's week 3 of our October spooky book read-a-thon and we have several more creepy books to discuss this week! As always there are lots of laughs! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/libraryoverload/support…
Have you seen The Social Dilemma? Oh my goodness is this Netflix Original documentary eye opening! Talk about a wake up call about our phone use! We decided to take a deep dive into smartphone technology to get a handle on our phones - join us for this intriguing episode sure to make you rethink, and retool, your phone!…
In this special children's episode of Bibliotherapy with State Library Victoria, host Susan McLaine shares a story and a poem with families to promote imaginative conversations about resilience and viewpoints on the world as it is right now. This episode features readings of the following story and poem:Little Big Tree, written by Tim Brown and ill…
Season 10 brings you another dark tale written just for us. James Keller lives in a world where living requires a REC booster and, for those who can't afford it, death is a medical procedure planned and controlled by the government. Told by: Graham Rowat Custom Score: Nico Vettese Voice of the Librarian: Nelson W. Pyles |...…
How did theatre survive a pandemic 100 years ago? In this episode I interview my very own mother about her latest creative project: a podcast episode about the Australian performing arts industry in during the 1918 flu pandemic. In this episode we talk about the similarities between the pandemics, the importance of performing arts, and the ethics o…
Three different aspects of why we should want to be effective managers of our home include being a faithful steward, a faithful obeyer, and a faithful doer.By Cammy Scott
Part 4 of JUST GOOGLE IT A discussion of Dave Egger's THE CIRCLE (McSweeneys 2013). First broadcast May 2 2014. Playlist available at http://bit.ly/1rNn9Rr
Nick speaks with writer/director Haroula Rose, author Bonnie Jo Campbell, and producer David Macias of Once Upon a River. The Q and A includes discussion points about how Bonnie’s book was adapted and the relationship between the author and screenwriter, casting and location decisions, Annie Oakely, the fictional Stark River and more!…
Learn about the library's homebound delivery service, and get tips for scary (and sometimes funny) movies and books from Hannah, head cataloger Darci, and adult fiction librarian Sara. Plus bad library jokes, and more! Full podcast archive on our website.By pager
Are you in the mood for a not-too-scary story? Listen to a spooky little tale about a cat named Rachel.
Professor Scott Smith joins us as we take a deep dive into the fantasy works of JRR Tolkien. Our Underwriters from Fiction continues with one of the best comedies of all time, and we end with our prose nightcap focusing on some beautiful and chilling selections from The Lord of the Rings. Come checkout all the cool stuff going on at Schlow Library.…
Between 1348 and the early years of the 18th century, successive waves of the plague rolled across Europe, killing millions of people and affecting every aspect of life. Despite the plague’s enormous toll on early modern English life, Shakespeare’s plays refer to it only tangentially. Why is that? And what did people write about the plague in early…
Will artificial intelligence help or hinder society? What will scientists and engineers need to do to keep AI from causing harm? Many scientists have predicted that humanity will achieve Artificial General Intelligence within the next hundred years. After summarizing the arguments for why AGI may pose significant risk, UofL's Dr. Roman Yampolskiy w…
When a boy is bet he can't eat worms, he does despite his friends not being his friends through the pure evil that is the male ego.By ST Harker
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From out of the housing crisis towards the end of the Second World War, Auckland City's mayor John Allum came up with the idea of turning former military camps into transit housing, filling the gap between inadequate slum areas and better homes provided by the government schemes, amongst others. The idea took hold nationwide for a time, until the c…
In this installment, Alexander Arlington, our protagonist, finds himself in Heaven, where he learns that he's been murdered. So, what is he going to do about it?
Title: The Need of Godly Pastors in the Days of Trouble Speaker: Rev. Stuart Hunt Event: A Congress for the Christian Remnant Date: October 11, 2020 Summary: Scripture: Genesis 46:31–34; Ezekiel 34:1–6, 11–16; Matthew 9:35–36; John 10:11–14; Zechariah 10:1–3 Length: 1:06:26By Rev. Stuart Hunt
Chris is back and he and Andy tackle a boatload of “Ask Us Anything” questions. From their favorite collected editions to how to do a podcast and a few surprises along the way and even a wonderful comment on Apple Podcasts.
2 Tim 4:1-2By Pastor Parker
I am thrilled to present this interview with Kathleen Rooney for her latest historical fiction stunner, Cher Ami And Major Whittlesey : a tale based on true events that follows the experiences of an army officer who answers the call to service during WWI before his life and the lives of those in the Lost Battalion are astonishingly reshaped by a ba…
Greetings, dear coven. We are excited to introduce our new series of bonus episodes following each new episode of Great British Bake Off! The program is also known as the Great British Baking Show on Netflix/in the USA ( because copyright law). J & K are both amateur bakers who enjoy making everything from bread and patisserie to cookies and cakes.…
Welcome to the Spooky Season, Traveler! Our first official episode has arrived, and it very well may be haunted! Listen to Lady Ann and Heather chat about unsettling events that have been happening around the Caravan, Heather's latest paranormal investigation experiences, and an impromptu on-air spirit box session. Will Lady Ann and Heather make co…
Steven Wright spent six years at the Department of Justice Voting Section witnessing all manner of election chicanery, voter suppression and dark money campaigns. So when he turned his efforts towards fiction, he decided to write what he knew. The result was The Coyotes of Carthage, a literary novel following Toussaint Andre Ross, a Black political…
Index of Haunted Houses, the debut collection by Adam O. Davis, uses ghosts and hauntings to talk about the perilous economic and social moment the United States finds itself in currently. During this podcast, released in time for Halloween, Davis discusses how we've come to use the language of the uncanny to describe the world we live in today, wh…
This is a first for the podcast, our first interview with library professionals from a non-english speaking nation. Today we virtually journey to Norway and speak to Martin Kristoffer Brathen and Elise Conradi from Biblioteksentralin (Bibtek) a unique collaborative organization that provides library services to the libraries of Norway. Chris speaks…
Hosts Steve Thomas and Melissa Grammont chat with Duluth Branch staff members Orlando Jordan, Miriam Smellie, and Stacey Moura about their time at GCPL, the Duluth community, and the upcoming new branch!By Gwinnett Library
Let's listen in and hear all about OCPL's new playaways! Leah and Rachel celebrate this new collection by dishing out the details of their favorite audiobooks.Check out what we talked about: Audiobooks mentioned:“To Die For” and “Drop Dead Gorgeous” by Linda Howard, "The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul” from the "Dirk Gently" series by Douglas Adams…
The Stanley A. Milner Library has officially reopened! On this week's episode of Overdue Finds, Bryce and Caroline talk with Milner Managers Richard Thornley, Holly Arnason, Tamara Van Biert and Dan Alfano about all of the cool things the new library has. From gamerspaces to makerspaces, The Wall to windows, we get the behind-the-scenes story of wh…