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More than 154 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults. But where the public’s view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers and astrophysicists, host Lizzie Peabody sneaks listeners through the Smithsonian’s side door, telling stories that can’t be heard anywhere else. Check out si.edu/sidedoor and follow @SidedoorPod for more info.
 
Each week, the International Spy Museum will offer a new SpyCast featuring interviews and programs with ex-spies, intelligence experts, and espionage scholars. SpyCast is hosted by Dr. Andrew Hammond (https://www.spymuseum.org/press/press-archive/2020-press-releases/spy-museum-names-andrew-hammon/) , the museum's historian and curator. Dr. Hammond specializes in intelligence, diplomatic, and military history, with expertise in the late-WWII and early-Cold War eras. The International Spy Muse ...
 
It remains the most valuable — and confounding — art heist in history: 13 artworks stolen from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Twenty-eight years later, not a single piece in a haul worth half a billion dollars has surfaced. The art, and the thieves who made off with it, remain at large. With first-ever interviews, unprecedented access, and more than a year of investigative reporting, "Last Seen" takes us into the biggest unsolved art heist in history. A joint production from WBUR ...
 
Fraunces Tavern Museum’s mission is to preserve and interpret the history of the American Revolutionary era through public education. This mission is fulfilled through the interpretation and preservation of the Museum's collections, landmarked buildings and varied public programs that serve the community. You can stand in the room where General Washington said farewell to his officers and explore seven additional galleries that focus on America's War for Independence and the preservation of ...
 
The National Air and Space Museum contains the largest and most significant collection of air- and spacecraft in the world. Behind those amazing machines are thousands of stories of human achievement, failure, and perseverance. Join Emily, Matt, and Nick as they demystify one of the world’s most visited museums and explore why people are so fascinated with stories of exploration, innovation, and discovery.
 
Comedian, podcaster and super-fan Iszi Lawrence (The Z List Dead List) presents snippets from the exclusive programme of Members’ lectures at the British Museum, artfully woven together with interviews and musings. The Membercast is a monthly podcast made available to ‘all studious and curious persons’, but we will definitely encourage you to become a Member if you aren’t already! Interested in becoming a Member? You can find out more at britishmuseum.org/membership. Direct your questions ab ...
 
Design is Everywhere features stories of people and organizations using design to make an impact and change the world. Hosts Sam Aquillano and Liz Pawlak discuss topics with guests across the Design Museum’s 12 Impact Areas: Vibrant Cities, Healthcare, Social Impact, Workplace Innovation, Play, Sustainability, Education, Data Visualization, Entrepreneurship, Diversity, Business, and Civic Innovation.
 
Hello, and welcome to the Mistholme Museum of Mystery, Morbidity, and Mortality. This Audio Tour Guide is aware that this is your first visit to the museum! On behalf of the Museum: Welcome! It’s a pleasure to have you with us here today. The Audio Tour Guide will be your window into the history of the museum and its exhibits today. Please note, that if you notice your version of the Audio Tour Guide behaving oddly, kindly ensure that you dispose of your Audio Device in the nearest incinerat ...
 
A podcast made by staff and volunteers of this museum service in Brighton & Hove on the south coast of England. Dr Sophie Frost meets some of the people who keep these civic museums relevant for the 21st century, and discovers more about the work that goes on behind the scenes -- from the sublime to the ridiculously mundane. Presented by Dr Sophie Frost and edited by Lo-Fi Arts, this podcast is supported by the One by One Research Project, The Keep, and Arts Council England.
 
Dave Arnold, chef and inventor, answers listener questions on the latest innovative techniques, equipment, and ingredients in the food world. Each week on Cooking Issues, Dave solves your cooking dilemmas with his mile-a-minute stream of knowledge. Got a question on ike-jime, the Japanese fish killing technique? We got you covered. Hydrocolloids, sous-vide, liquid nitrogen? No problem. Have a question about pimping your oven to make great pizza? Give us a call. Occasionally Dave will invite ...
 
From breaking news and insider insights to exhibitions and events around the world, the team at The Art Newspaper picks apart the art world's big stories with the help of special guests. Hosted by Ben Luke, The Week in Art is sponsored by Christie's. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Stand up comedians Trevor Wallace and Michael Blaustein go do weird stuff, and then talk about how weird the weird stuff was. With their irrelevant charm they will tackle tough issues such as, what’s it like going to a museum on Adderall or if you don’t cum for a week will you die?
 
Welcome to Artroverted, a new podcast about the art world. Each week we speak with leaders and change-makers in the arts, from artists to museum directors and everyone in between. We discuss their experiences, the communities they serve, and why they’ve dedicated their lives to art.
 
Oh, you want to know how to taxidermy a caterpillar? Same. Desperate to know about Bruce Springsteen’s archive? Sure. Need to know what a World Cultures Curator orders at a takeaway? Probably not, but you’re going to find out anyway.This is Museums n’That, a podcast by Leeds Museums & Galleries. Museums attract passionate people like moths to a flame and this podcast gets to the very heart of the things that make them tick, by asking the questions you actually want to know.In this first seri ...
 
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ITINERARY: A Chest Of Drawers A Mirror A Crystal Skull TRANSCRIPT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tg_Xsk3EnIj1wGmiG8equlHrYZ3HQ_LBNjZA2fjAgXU/edit?usp=sharing The Mistholme Museum of Mystery, Morbidity, and Mortality is written, performed, and edited by Dom Guilfoyle. Published by That's Not Canon Productions. Dom's cats can be seen at https:/…
 
“Classic-Pop Standards” is a one-hour program inspired by the Great American Songbook. This series of podcasts features the singers, the lyricists, and the composers of the music we call “American Standards.” Come along with us as we honor the great songwriters by never forgetting their music. These are songs with not only a history, but with a fut…
 
This penultimate episode explores the ever-increasing role of digital technology in our cultural organisations by talking to Kevin Bacon, Digital Manager at Royal Pavilion & Museums. Kevin takes us on a whistle-stop tour of his own experiences of working with technology at the museum over the past 20 years and provides an insight into how it has tr…
 
Following a historic relaxation of deaccessioning laws in the US, we probe the moral quandaries faced by museums forced to sell-off parts of their collections to stay afloat. We speak to Christopher Bedford, the director of the Baltimore Museum of Art in Maryland, which has announced it is to sell three works; to Georgina Adam about what this all m…
 
We miss movies. Due to the pandemic, the latest Wes Anderson movie has been bumped to 2021. But fans aren’t leaving 2020 empty handed. One of our favorite Instagram feeds the past few years is the gentle escapism of ACCIDENTALLY WES ANDERSON, a curated selection of crowdsourced photos/stories of buildings, landscapes, and other aesthetically pleasi…
 
Welcome to MuseNews, the BCMA’s monthly museum sector news podcast. Each month we recap some of the latest news, happenings, and announcements from museums, galleries, and heritage organizations across BC and beyond. Join Ryan and Lorenda as we explore the latest MuseNews! Featured News: Alberni Valley Museum re-opens with new exhibit on Chief Dan …
 
While historians often treat General Charles Lee as an inveterate enemy of George Washington or a great defender of American liberty, author Christian McBurney argues that neither image is wholly accurate. In this lecture, recorded October 16, 2020, McBurney will discuss his research into a more nuanced understanding of one of the Revolutionary War…
 
E604 Welcome to a special 3-part mini-series examining the Museum’s exhibit Victorian Tweets and the people who inspired it: the Victorians. Victorian Tweets juxtaposes daily Victorian life found in newspapers, diaries, letters, and ephemera against the modern Twitterverse. The archival documents found in the exhibit and included in the special pod…
 
The path to becoming a museum director is circuitous, and the responsibility they have to their communities is unique. We spoke with Graham C. Boettcher, R. Hugh Daniel Director of the Birmingham Museum of Art in Birmingham, Alabama, in May during the museum’s closure and discussed his career, the role of museums in society, and how he and his coll…
 
In this episode Eleanor and Alice are talking stories! They take a well-known story The Piper and the Pooka, told by museum storyteller Deirdre, and discuss púcas in rural Ireland, ask if Mothman could be a Púca(!), and the importance of practice and perseverance for learning your craft.If you have any question you'd like us to answer, topics you'd…
 
This month hails Hugo and Sushma’s triumphant return – they are talking with Sandra Smith, head of Collection Care about how your breath helps objects in the galleries. Sushma chats with Imma Ramos, lead curator of our new Tantra exhibition, and Sian and Francesca meet in the archives once again to talk about the staff canteen, of all things.…
 
Listen to the trailer for "Anything For Selena," a new podcast from WBUR and Futuro Studios coming in January 2021. Subscribe now so you don't miss it! About The Show: On March 31, 1995, nine-year-old Maria Garcia came home to find her mother glued to the TV, tears rolling down her rosy cheeks. The phone kept ringing. Relatives in Mexico and the St…
 
On today's episode of Prediction Issues, Dave, Nastassia and The Rest are joined by Pia Sorenson and David Weitz, the dynamic duo who keep inviting Dave and Harold back to Harvard University year after year. Together, the crew dive into their new book Science and Cooking: Physics Meets Food, From Homemade to Haute Cuisine. Topics include further qu…
 
Today we’re talking about building buildings out of wood — sounds pretty normal, but no we’re talking about building tall, high-rise buildings out of wood instead of steel and concrete, using a concept known as mass timber and construction products like cross-laminated timber. There’s a wood revolution happening in real estate, architecture, and co…
 
If there was a Jukebox exclusively for the soundtrack of the TV show American Bandstand, this would be it. In 1957, the ABC television network began airing American Bandstand nationally every afternoon just as schoolkids got home. In addition to the dancing, American Bandstand often introduced new record releases to the national following of avid f…
 
We have learned a great deal about radiation here on earth, and that knowledge has paved the way for us to discover a solution to an even more difficult problem, radiation in space. Space explorers need to be able to move and work without worrying about radiation. Dr. Oren Milstein, CEO and Co-founder of StemRad, has created a wearable radiation sh…
 
The bois riff on Kamala Harris’s sexy feet, making racks as a Camgirl, and Jew strippers. They also discuss how Michael use to entertain bachelorette parties. HUH? science. Get an extra episode a week and exclusive bonus content for only $5/month at www.patreon.com/stiffsockspod Thanks to NU-X for sponsoring this episode. Use our code SOCKS for 20%…
 
Oscar Wilde is credited with the quote, “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery … ”. But in popular music, a cover version, remake, cover song, revival, or simply cover, is a new performance or recording by someone other than the original artist or composer of a song. Sometimes, a cover version can become even more popular than the original. E…
 
Things get playful this episode with talk of cosplay, unique forms of exercise, SIMS the game, and the true meaning behind your sex dreams. That and so much MORE! Enjoy all 5 seasons of Lossano and Friends! Only on Vintage Lossano and Friends! [EpV28] The post Lossano and Friends – Friends with Ex! appeared first on Radio Misfits.…
 
LANCE’S QUEST TO SOLVE THE MYSTERY OF A CIVIL WAR SUBMARINE In this episode, Ben Spohn interviews Dr. Rachel Lance, an Assistant Consulting Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology at the Duke University School of Medicine on her new book, In the Waves: My Quest to Solve the Mystery of A Civil War Submarine (Dutton, 2020). Lance is a biomedica…
 
Happy Halloween *****Join the conversation on Facebook at *** https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008232395712 **** or by email at:dannymemorylane@gmail.com You’ll hear:1) The Addams Family by Vic Mizzy2) Monster Mash by Bobby 'Boris' Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers (Backing vocals by The Blossoms)3) Season Of The Witch by Donovan4) I Put A Spel…
 
The Vinyl LP Record - - - - The history - - -A phonograph record (also known as a gramophone record, especially in British English), often simply called a record, was an analog sound storage medium in the form of a flat disc with an inscribed, modulated spiral groove. The groove usually starts near the periphery and ends near the center of the disc…
 
One hour of non-stop swing music. Danny Lane brings back memories of times at The Cotton Club. Swing music is back, in a big way. Dance like no one is watching. Keep swingin’. In this episode you’ll hear:1) Sing Me A Swing Song by Chick Webb & Ella Fitzgerald2) You Never Know How You Look by Les Brown & His Orchestra3) At The Fat Man's by Tommy Dor…
 
We discuss Pan & the Dream magazine’s new ghostly issue and wonder about the significance of hands in understanding portraits. See links below.Dub London: Bassline of a City, Museum of London (to 31 January 2020): https://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/museum-london/whats-on/exhibitions/dub-london Jilke Golbach, Dub Reggae Icons of London, Museum of Lon…
 
The vocal harmony group tradition, known as Doo Wop, developed in the post-World War II era. It was the most popular form of rhythm and blues music among black teenagers, especially those living in the large urban centers of the eastern coast, in Chicago, and in Detroit. To us, it was just cool music coming from our transistor radios. That was the …
 
Theme: GrowthArtwork: Stupa [therubin.org/306];Teacher: Kate JohnsonThe Rubin Museum presents a weekly online meditation session led by a prominent meditation teacher from the New York area, with each session focusing on a specific work of art. This podcast is a recording of the live online session and includes an opening talk and 20-minute sitting…
 
The first “scientific” election poll was conducted in 1936 by George Gallup, who correctly predicted that Franklin D. Roosevelt would win the presidential election. Since Gallup, our appetite for polls and forecasts has only grown, but watching the needle too closely might have some unintended side effects. Solomon Messing, chief scientist at ACRON…
 
Even In A Pandemic, Science Class Is In Session This academic year, school campuses across the United States look very different. Instead of crowded hallways and bustling classrooms, students are spaced six feet apart, sometimes behind plastic barriers, while others are at home on camera in a video call. Since some states do not weigh in on school …
 
This exhibit is called Vietnam War: The Music. Our mission here at the Music Museum is to support all Vietnam Veterans and those who serve the United States, then and now. We thank you for your service. ******This episode and it’s title was inspired by the outstanding writing of Michael Herr in his book called “Dispatches” published in 1977. It is …
 
Think about the millions of details stored in your memory: what you had for breakfast; how to get to work; the smell of lavender; your first kiss; a great vacation; how to calculate percentages. So much of our existence is based on our memory. All of the small and big things we accomplish and do every day tap into this system. But how does memory w…
 
In 2019, over 120 items of furniture and decorative objects from the Royal Collection Trust were loaned to their original home at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton after 170 years away. Dr Alexandra Loske, Curator at the Royal Pavilion, talks to Sophie about their homecoming, and explains the prescience of the Prince Regent’s infamous collection for B…
 
This week's guest is Mark Busacca, curator, art consultant, and owner of Busacca Gallery in San Francisco. After graduating from art school in the 1980s, he was immersed in LA's celebrity culture that brought him in contact with Andy Warhol, Leo Castelli, and others in their milieu. Mark's insight into what makes a successful artist is sage advice …
 
Today on Olfactory Issues Dave, Nastassia & The Rest are joined by the one and only Harold McGee. Together they talk all about our sense of smell to celebrate the release of Harold's latest work, Nose Dive: A Field Guide to the World's Smells. Important questions are asked and answered: Should White Pepper should exist? How to tell if you're a "nos…
 
The Hit Parade Jukebox series highlights the music from the days when the jukebox dominated our after-school social activities. And the songs we played with our nickels, dimes, and quarters determined the “hits” of the day. ****This episode features:1. Get Me To The Church On Time by Rosemary Clooney2. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Le…
 
This week, we have an important topic — we’ll be discussing how designers can infuse equity into the built environment. We’re in a racial inequity pandemic that has lasted for centuries, the impacts of which are felt by communities of color in the form of racism, inaccessibility of resources, and under-investment. This pandemic spills into the buil…
 
Can 650 episodes of a tv show fix societies deepest, ugliest ills? Maybe not, but it turns out that it’s a pretty good place to start a conversation. We’re all fans of something—movies, tv shows, video games, comic books, sports teams, you name it!—and that can help us connect with new people with shared interests and frames of reference. In this e…
 
The Danny Lane Music Museum is for listening and remembering the great rock & roll music of the past. This museum is a global effort. We are available around the world and at any time you want. Ordinary museums have varying aims, ranging from serving researchers and specialists to serving the general public. We serve the world of Oldies But Goodies…
 
A public private partnership in Space. What does that look like in Florida, the rest of the country, and the world? Part two of our series on the renaissance in Space Exploration features Tony Gannon, the Vice President for Research and Innovation at Space Florida. Tony reveals how our new space ecosystem pairs NASA, with billionaires, and corporat…
 
Ayoooo Yung Gravy is back in the stu! The boys riff on Gravy's fight at Iowa State, the genius who invented the air horn, and banging on the megabus. They also get into the best way to talk to a porn star and Gravy gives his advice to the stiff sock family. Get tickets to Trevor's virtual show at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/trevor-wallace-live-fro…
 
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