The Cedar Mill Library's podcasts include teen book discussions, library performances, oral histories from local immigrants, and discussions with the founders of the library about its origins. The Cedar Mill Library is a nonprofit community library located in the Portland Oregon metropolitan area.
This podcast is a collection of audio stories from the libraries, archives, and museums of New York City. It is brought to you by the Metropolitan New York Library Council, where the libraries and archives of New York comes together to learn, share ideas, and collaborate.
The Metro Library podcast celebrates Oklahoma arts, Oklahoma culture, Oklahoma history and the lives of influential Oklahomans today. Upcoming podcasts include a special on the BC Clark Anniversary Sale Jingle, a multi-episode segment on Oklahoma prohibition and alcohol laws, and a multi-episode segment on running for political office in Oklahoma. Future podcasts will include interviews with Oklahoma Poet Laurette Jeanetta Calhoun Mish, bestselling author Kim Ventrella, Oklahoma City Mayor D ...
Preserve This Podcast is an Andrew W. Mellon grant-funded project hosted by the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) to help podcasters protect their work against the threats of digital decay.
These podcasts are designed to provide a common set of skills for students studying for their MSc/MA at Manchester Metropolitan University - Dept. of Environmental & Geographical Sciences
The Librarians After Show Podcast recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of TNT's The Librarians.Show Summary: Cued by TNT's popular "The Librarian" trilogy, this series introduces new members of an ancient group protecting mystical artifacts. Hidden below the Metropolitan Public Library, the secret society's longtime leader is Flynn Carsen, whose job has become very complicated.
Our teen council is back with another podcast episode from their pandemic lives. Plans spoiled, older books read and more origami along with what the first day of online school was like in this new school year. The song used for the intro is "Traveling horse by Lobo Loco" courtesy of a creative commons license.…
Oregon librarians from Tigard, Beaverton, Aloha and Cedar Mill discuss comics and graphic novels: what we like, what got us interested in comics and what library users are asking for these days. Aloha Library services: https://alohalibrary.org/ Beaverton City Library services: https://www.beavertonlibrary.org/437/BCL-To-Go Cedar Mill & Bethany Libr…
Historian John Truden talks about the American Indian Movement and its history in Oklahoma. For more information you can read Mr. Truden's article on the topic here https://newprairiepress.org/ojrrp/vol15/iss3/1/By Metropolitan Library System
Independent College Counselors, Eric Delehoy and Devon Simpson, share what to think about when you are writing a college application essay. They include lots of practical advice as well as how to approach this writing activity. Recorded on July 8, 2020.
Freedom Oklahoma's Allie Shin and City Councilperson James Cooper talk about the history of the LGBTQ+ community in Oklahoma City and the city's Pride celebration.By Metropolitan Library System
Our teen council discusses what they've been doing during the pandemic from home besides school. Books were read and shows were watched. Someone even created a massive origami project. One show discussed is for mature audiences.By Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Libraries
In this month's podcast we hear the story of the arrest of Oklahoma City gay rights activist Paul Thompson and his fight in court.By Metropolitan Library System
Several staff members gather to talk about what it means to read about food. We cover a lot of ground in talking about food in adult fiction, literature for kids and depictions of food in graphic novels. Maybe we'll talk about one of your favorites.By Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Libraries
Cedar Mill & Bethany Library staff recommend some favorite or recent audiobooks available to download through our Overdrive and Libby service. We throw in a few podcast favorites as well as we discuss what to listen to right now.By Cedar Mill & Bethany Libraries
Some of our staff talk about some of the great content they've been watching on the library's streaming service called Kanopy. From family drama to horror to documentary to scifi and self help, there is a little something here for everyone.By Cedar Mill and Bethany Libraries
Some of the staff at the Cedar Mill & Bethany Libraries got together to discuss what we've been watching lately and ways you can stream movies with your library card.By Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Libraries
For the third interview in our series about the history of the Oklahoma City National Memorial we talked with bombing survivor Richard Williams. Mr. Williams served many roles in the creation of the memorial over the years following the bombing. He spoke with us about what it was like working toward creating and eventually opening the memorial.…
For the second in our series of interviews about the history of the Oklahoma City National Memorial we talked to attorney Bob Johnson. Mr. Johnson began working on the memorial only days after the bombing and helped lead the city with the creation of the memorial and museum.By Metropolitan Library System
Staff at the Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Libraries got together to discuss what they are currently reading while staying home during the Covid 19 pandemic. All of these titles are available as downloadable ebooks or audiobooks through Overdrive and WCCLS at https://wccls.overdrive.com/. The audio is pretty quiet in parts so bear with us.…
As this month marks the 25th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, we thought it might be interesting to look at the history of the Oklahoma City National Memorial, so we spoke with three people involved in the creation of the memorial. The first in this series is an interview with Ron Norick, mayor of Oklahoma City at the time of the bombing.…
The Teen Council muses about mysteries and that they have enjoyed over the years. There are a few dad jokes too. This was recorded before schools and libraries were closed due to Covid 19 concerns.By Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Libraries Teen Council
By Cedar Mill and Bethany Libraries Teen Council
In this month's podcast we talk about the state wedding between Oklahoma and Indian Territories, and we explore the marriage of Governor E.W. Marland and his wife/daughter Lydie.By Metropolitan Library System
By Cedar Mill & Bethany Libraries Teen Council
By Cedar Mill and Bethany Teen Council
This month's podcast tells the story of how the Oklahoma City Zoo used the Christmas song "I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas" to help get Matilda the hippo.By Metropolitan Library System
Did you know that central Oklahoma has its own Christmas music courtesy of a local jeweler? On this podcast we explore the central Oklahoma phenomenon that is the BC Clark Christmas Jingle.
In this month's podcast we explore the past, present, and future of education among Native Americans in Oklahoma with the Cherokee Immersion school in Tahlequah, Sovereign Community School in Oklahoma City, and more.By Metropolitan Library System
The teen council recalls a few stories from Halloween and life in general. The difficulties of being on the shorter side are discussed.By Cedar Mill & Bethany Libraries
Our new teen council delves into all things Halloween in this Chowder Chat episode. From reading It by Stephen King to what fun costume ideas they have this year, the teens are all about things that go bump in the night.By Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Libraries
Marnie Vinge of the Eerie Okie podcast (https://eerieokie.com) joins us this month to talk about a few historical places around downtown OKC that may or may not be inhabited by a supernatural presence. We also hear from Elizabeth Macias from the haunted Paramount Room (http://www.theparamountroom.com) and author/OKC ghost expert Jeff Provine (https…
Have you noticed all the construction around the Oklahoma state capitol lately and wondered what's going on? On this month's podcast we talk Oklahoma Capitol history and future with State Capitol Restoration Project manager Trait Thompson, and Director of the Sate Arts Council Amber SharplesBy Metropolitan Library System
Ever wonder how Oklahoma got a Broadway song as its state song? Our team of experts tell the story of Oklahoma's state songs from the prairies of Oklahoma to the stages of New York theater.By Metropolitan Library System
The teen council records their final episode of this school year. They say goodbye to some team members who are going to college and talk about what favorite books they want to reread this summer. They are also looking for fresh ideas for new content in the Fall. Share your ideas!By Cedar Mill Library
One July night in 1933 George "Machine Gun" Kelly came to Oklahoma City and kidnapped a wealthy oilman named Charles Urschel in a caper that would ultimately be Kelly's ticket to Alcatraz. Kent Frates, writer, historian, and the nephew of Charles Urschel sat down with us to tell the tale of one Depression era gangster, and the oilman that lead the …
Ward 2 city councilman James Cooper, the first openly LGBT member of Oklahoma City's city council, talks about the history and struggles of the LGBT+ community in OKC.
The Cedar Mill & Bethany Library Teen council weighs in on what their favorite summer reads are and which books remind them most of summer. Finally, it wouldn't be Teen council without a rundown on the latest Marvel movie as the teens share their thoughts on Avengers Endgame.By Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Library
Join us on a journey down the Oklahoma River from the frequently flooded pre-statehood zoo at Wheeler Park to the Olympic training facility there today.
New York Times writer Sam Anderson, came by the library recently to talk about his book Boom Town: The Fantastical Saga of Oklahoma City, Its Chaotic Founding, Its Apocalyptic Weather, Its Purloined Basketball Team, and the Dream of Becoming a World-Class Metropolis. Guest interviewer Claire Donnelly drove around OKC with Sam to talk OKC, it's neig…
The Cedar Mill and Bethany Teen Council discusses their favorite superhero movies and, surprise!, the Marvel Cinematic Universe dominates the list. Captain Marvel in particular gets a lot of love in this episode, so buckle up, podcast fans. This one is quite a ride.By Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Libraries
Enjoy this clip from a new podcast that Library Bytegeist host and producer, Molly Schwartz, has been working on! It's called Preserve This Podcast. You can find more information on our website, at www.preservethispodcast.org. Episode 18 transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xVS-XXlEx3kggw9artPMjSDhkPQpSKpjURDi_Xut8hk/edit“The Podsucker” …
In celebration of poetry month, we talked with Todd Fuller about the history of poetry in Oklahoma and interviewed Oklahoma Poet Laureate Jeanetta Calhoun Mish.
The Cedar Mill Teen Council shares their opinions (and there are many) about Young Adult books that have been turned into films and tv shows recently. Twilight? yep. Harry Potter? you betcha. Percy Jackson? Count on it.
In honor of Women's History Month, Reagan, a.k.a. Suzy Heartbreaker, takes us on a journey through the history of the roller derby in Oklahoma City from the founding to the breakups, and make ups that have made the sport what it is today.By Metropolitan Library System
George Henderson is a professor at the University of Oklahoma, civil rights activist, and founder of OU's Human Relations program. He told us the story of his life in Oklahoma from unknowingly accepting a job in a sundown town, to founding the university's Human Relations program, and his hopes for the future.…
The Cedar Mill Teen Library Council talks about the movies and TV shows they are most looking forward to in 2019 with lots of humorous commentary included. There might even be thoughts on what they are least looking forward to.By Cedar Mill & Bethany Libraries
Oklahoma author Kim Ventrella talked to us about her upcoming book, Bone Hollow, along with other projects she's been working on.
This episode looks at the Metropolitan Library System's annual Friends of the Library Book Sale.By Metropolitan Library System
In part 2 of our exploration of Oklahoma politics we talked with Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt and Village Mayor Sonny Wilkinson about what it's like being the mayor of a city in the state of Oklahoma.By Metropolitan Library System