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Vivekananda Cultural Centre

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Vivekananda Cultural Centre

Vivekananda Cultural Centre ( A Unit of Sri Ramakrishna Math, Chennai )

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Started in 2014, Vivekananda Cultural Centre (VCC) offers various job oriented programmes aimed at underprivileged youth to provide them with the necessary skills and empower their lives. Courses in traditional arts are conducted which provide participants with immediate job opportunities and also a chance to learn our ancient tradition and culture. Wellness programmes for promoting a healthy society and for a healthy nation are also conducted.
 
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The Writing Life

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The Writing Life

National Centre for Writing

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We’re a podcast for anyone who writes. Every week we talk to writers about their writing journeys and techniques, from early career debuts to self-publishers and narrative designers. We’ve featured Margaret Atwood, Jackie Kay, Sara Collins, Antti Tuomainen, Val McDermid, Sarah Perry, Elif Shafak and many more! The Writing Life is produced by the National Centre for Writing at Dragon Hall in Norwich.
 
These dialogues from the Wits School of Arts, Arts Research Africa project, are intended to stimulate practice, enable research, and inspire collective engagement around the question of Arts Research in Africa. Art lecturers and postgraduate students in the Wits School of Arts at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, are grappling with the challenge of positioning arts research in an African context. These podcasts seek to develop a dialogue with both national and international ...
 
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NMC Rough Cuts

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NMC Rough Cuts

National Music Centre | Centre National de Musique

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NMC Rough Cuts presented by Bell is a podcast series by the National Music Centre (NMC). Over five episodes, we'll feature a handful of Canadian artists, who've produced an original song during a one-day recording session inside NMC’s famed studios at Studio Bell in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Hear the song, the story behind it, and learn what motivates each artist. The series is hosted by NMC's in-house engineer Graham Lessard (Basia Bulat, Kevin Drew, Reuben and the Dark, Stars, Timber Timbr ...
 
The Poetry Society was founded in 1909 to promote "a more general recognition and appreciation of poetry". Since then, it has grown into one of Britain's most dynamic arts organisations, representing British poetry both nationally and internationally. Today it has more than 4000 members worldwide and publishes the leading poetry magazine, The Poetry Review. With innovative education and commissioning programmes and a packed calendar of performances, readings and competitions, the Poetry Soci ...
 
Some of the biggest and most influential names in modern literature, art, music and performance share their stories, thoughts and ideas. In this podcast you'll hear us in conversation with the people shaping arts and culture today. Southbank Centre is home to Royal Festival hall, Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and the National Poetry Library. Our podcasts reflect our richly diverse events, exhibitions and festivals programme featuring artists and thinkers from around the ...
 
Join host Sean Rice (Second Clarinet, NAC Orchestra) as he explores the world of classical music and its great composers. In this series of audio programmes you can look forward to hearing insightful commentary about upcoming NAC Orchestra programmes as well as musical excerpts and interviews with NACO musicians and guest artists.
 
Jam packed with stories from people that understand the farming life with a story to tell. From new farmers and the old hands, rural community locals, doctors and more. People that understand the farming life with a story to tell. Hosted by Brigitte Muir. The Farmer Wants a Healthy Life podcast series are stories of looking after you, whilst on the farm. The choices you make can change your life; hear it from those that have done it. West Wimmera Health Service created this series with the s ...
 
One of Canada’s best political analysts, Paul Wells, sits down with leading political figures and social influencers for a conversation on the most compelling issues and news of the day. The monthly series is produced by CPAC in partnership with Maclean’s and the National Arts Centre. Maclean’s magazine senior writer Paul Wells is one of Canada’s leading political journalists. In nearly a quarter century on Parliament Hill he has covered four prime ministers and seven federal elections. His ...
 
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History Worth Repeating

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History Worth Repeating

Professors Sonja Tiernan and Barbara Brookes

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Historian Professor Barbara Brookes joins Sonja Tiernan, Eamon Cleary Professor of Irish Studies at the University of Otago, to canvass wide aspects of the past - from individual stories to national histories. from political events to emotional tides. Sponsored by the Eamon Cleary Trust through the Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies, University of Otago.
 
A podcast in Scottish Gaelic from the National Centre for Gaelic Language and Culture, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig. This podcast is about language, history and culture - meeting interesting people and hearing good stories on the way. 'S e Ionad Nàiseanta Cànan agus Cultur na Gàidhlig a th' ann an Sabhal Mòr Ostaig agus anns am podchraol seo, tha sinn a' toirt blasad dhuibh air na tha dol ann an saoghal an t-Sabhail.
 
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Emotions Make History

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Emotions Make History

The ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (Europe 1100-1800)

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Emotions shape individual, community and national identities. The ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (CHE) uses historical knowledge from Europe, 1100=1800, to understand the long history of emotional behaviours. Based at The University of Western Australia, with additional nodes at the Universities of Adelaide, Melbourne, Queensland and Sydney, CHE investigates how European societies thought, felt and functioned, and how these changes impact life in Australia today. More a ...
 
This podcast invites you to an immersion in the life and work of Georg Baselitz. Discover the exhibition through a storytelling including focuses on works by Pamela Sticht and various quotes of the artist. Production: Clara Gouraud Writing: Clara Gouraud and Pamela Sticht, associate curator at the Musée national d’art moderne Voices: Claire Olivier and Florian Hutter Editing: Maxime Champesme Mixing and recording: Ivan Gariel Sound design: Sixième son Musical excerpts: Intabolatura de lauto: ...
 
Whose Stories? is a podcast about children’s books, diversity, and the role of archives, brought to you by Newcastle University and Seven Stories: The National Centre for Children’s Books. In the first season of our podcast, we’re exploring the story of children’s books and Black Britain. You’ll hear from authors, illustrators, and changemakers in the world of children’s literature, including the multi-award-winning writers John Agard, Valerie Bloom, and Beverley Naidoo. You’ll be introduced ...
 
The EUNIC London Podcast Series EUNICAST: Meet Visionary Europeans is a brand new podcast series presenting some of Europe’s most talented and respected artists, performers and influencers expressing their opinions on the arts and current affairs and sharing their life stories and artistic influences. A podcast series of EUNIC London (European National Institutes for Culture) presents seven episodes featuring in-depth interviews with leading European personalities from the field of arts, mus ...
 
Works That Shaped The World is back for 2020. This year we mark the 250th anniversary of the year 1770, a year of remarkable change on the cusp of the modern world. Works The Shaped The World explores humankind's great achievements and astonishing creations. Marking the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing in 1969, the inaugural 2019 series explored the moon through topics ranging from Shakespeare and cinema, to environmental humanities and Pythagoras.
 
Lose yourself in a story of obsession, 40 years of night life and 4,000 years of human connection. In The Portal Martin Green, Wils Wilson, and David Greig have woven together a tale of love, music, drugs and deceit. Two obsessive recordists, and lovers torn apart by circumstance; Etteridge and Angela left us the most incredible collection of 20th century documentation ever made. From 1947 to 1988 they never met. They recorded any and every aspect of London nightlife, from war-time dance-hal ...
 
Research in Canada is a national success story worth celebrating: it is also a remarkable story worth sharing with Canadians. The Canada Foundation for Innovation gives researchers the tools they need to think big and innovate. By investing in state-of-the-art facilities and equipment in Canada’s universities, colleges, research hospitals and non-profit research institutions, the CFI is helping to attract and retain the world’s top talent, to train the next generation of researchers, to supp ...
 
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Maw-lukutinej / Let's Work Together

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Maw-lukutinej / Let's Work Together

Brady Reid; Kelly Anne Butler; Ivan White Jr.; Justin Brake; Kelly Vodden; Arlene White

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Maw-lukutinej is a Mi'kmaw phrase that means "let's work together". This podcast emerges at the intersection of university-community research relationships between Grenfell Campus, Memorial University in Corner Brook and Mi'kmaw communities in the Bay St. George Region on the island of Ktaqmkuk (Newfoundland). ************************************************************************ SERIES ONE is set as a conversational discussion over a cup of tea with presenters Brady Reid, Elder Calvin Whi ...
 
The Goblin Podcast is a kid's podcast featuring original musical stories, from acclaimed children's theatre makers. Each episode we’ll be bringing you new musical stories for the whole family to enjoy wherever you like. Our stories are full of catchy new songs and a lot of fun that will inspire the imagination of all ages. From The Legend of the Jazz Penguin (a musical adventure about a little Penguin looking for her sound) to Hey Diddle Diddle (a celebration of nonsense based on the nursery ...
 
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In this episode we hear from Jason Mellings on his experience of having a VFF Making Our Farms Safer safety audit done. He shares what made him decide to get the audit done and what he has learnt from it. He also talks about the impact of bullying on the farm as an employer, and some things he has in place to help manage it. If you would like your …
 
In this dialogue, I explore the challenging and increasingly important concept of Art~Science creative collaboration with one of the leading International practitioners in this field, the South African artist, Karel Nel. Until 2017, Karel was an Associate Professor in the department of Fine Arts at Wits, and is an internationally regarded artist as…
 
Title : Parables of Sri Ramakrishna Sri Ramakrishna, like all great spiritual teachers of the world, expressed the highest truths through the simple medium of stories, which even a child could understand. He also included wit and humour to his homely tales and parables. This series of podcast tells us how to apply his teachings in our life. Narrato…
 
Lucy van Smit is an award-winning author, a screenwriter, and artist. She has worked internationally for NBC News, has made documentaries for Canadian TV on writers like John Le Carre and Ian McEwan and in 2018 her debut novel The Hurting won the inaugural Bath Children’s Novel Award. She's now put together A Writer's Journal Workbook, for Writers …
 
Tuesday 18th January 2022 // Rose Tang speaks with Kannagi about racism, art and activism. Rose is an artist, political activist, and Tiananmen survivor. Her band, ATTITUDE!, has released a new album called 'Pause & Effect'. //Elise West speaks with Phuong about Australia's $3.5 billion tank purchase from the US. Elise is the Executive Officer at t…
 
For NMC Rough Cuts presented by Bell, JUNO-nominated artist Joanna Borromeo shares the meticulous process behind writing, producing, and recording her neo-soul and funk-inspired ode to the life (and trials) of an artist, "Boulevard." NMC Rough Cuts presented by Bell is a podcast series by the National Music Centre (NMC). Over five episodes, we'll f…
 
In this episode Dr David Lester talks to us about all things skin related. He shares his knowledge on checking our skin and what we need to look out for. He also discusses skin cancer, sun protection and the importance of vitamin D. You can book an appointment with Dr David Lester at Australian Skin Face Body in Horsham at 03 5382 0897. You can als…
 
We have a great translation double-bill today, with a conversation between Archana Madhavan and Sawad Hussain. Sawad was a virtual translator in residence in 2021 during our Visible Communities project, and this interview was arranged as part of that residency. https://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/translation/visible-communities/ Sawad Hussain i…
 
In this episode we hear from Corinne Heintze, a farmer and Yarriambiack councillor. She shares what keeps her happy and healthy, and her tips for others to do the same. She also talks about her spirituality and how she takes part in her community, and why. Interested in the topic and looking for more? Throughout the episode Corinne talks about some…
 
Title : Parables of Sri Ramakrishna Sri Ramakrishna, like all great spiritual teachers of the world, expressed the highest truths through the simple medium of stories, which even a child could understand. He also included wit and humour to his homely tales and parables. This series of podcast tells us how to apply his teachings in our life. Narrato…
 
Hello everyone, Thank you for downloading the last episode 2021. After 5 years of interviewing amazing Indian Entrepreneurs I am thinking about investing in a few Indian startups in 2022! if you are building something exciting and need some seed funding to get your startup off the ground please contact me. Today you will hear some of the best guest…
 
In this episode Daniel 'Bully' Keam shares why he is part of the Active Farmers Group lead by Justin Knorpp. He talks about why he joined the group and the benefits of it, with exercise being just one part of the story. He also talks about other changes to his lifestyle since joining the group. Live in or near Warracknabeal and want to join Justin'…
 
In this episode John Darcy tells us what he does as part of the Make Our Farms Safer project. He shares what to expect from a Farm Safety Consult (free for Victorian farmers). He also shares information about other services (see full list below) the project provides. You can reach the Make Our Farms Safer team at 1300 882 833, to book an audit with…
 
In this edition of NMC Rough Cuts presented by Bell, Franco-Albertan singer-songwriter Pierre Sabourin discusses and performs, "Douceurs Aigues," a beautifully melancholic tune co-written with Ronald Tremblay, about a doomed relationship. NMC Rough Cuts presented by Bell is a podcast series by the National Music Centre (NMC). Over five episodes, we…
 
Welcome to Summer Programming! Where we play some of our favourite conversations from 2021, and maybe some new! Earlier this year, Genevieve spoke with Dr Sujatha Fernades, a Professor of Sociology at the Univeristy of Sydney and author of numerous books and published articles on Cuba. Her research combines social theory and political economy with …
 
Today you will hear some of the best guests I have spoken to over the past 12 months. You will hear from Raghav Gupta, the co-founder of Nymble labs. (2.57) His team has built a personal cooking assistant called Julia, so we talk about his appearance on TV. He talks about how they have developed the robot since we last spoke, talks about raising fi…
 
In the the latest instalment of NMC Rough Cuts presented by Bell, Kate Stevens reveals the story behind her sweet retro-pop tune, “Through and Through,” about celebrating the simple joys of being in love. NMC Rough Cuts presented by Bell is a podcast series by the National Music Centre (NMC). Over five episodes, we’ll feature a handful of Canadian …
 
In this episode we hear from Arnold and Colleen Bond about Arnold’s experience of having heart attacks. He shares how ticking a box on a form lead to lifesaving surgery. They also talk about what they have realised about farmer lifestyles and how it can impact the heart. If you think there is a possibility you are experiencing a heart attack call 0…
 
HeadlinesVicForests referred to IBACNew Caledonia voted to stay as territory of FranceElection 2022: Women overrepresented in marginal contestsModerna vaccine update2021 wrap up! We talk about news and show highlights from this year. Katherine Berthon, PhD researcher with the Interdisciplinary Conservation Science Research Group (ICON Science) at R…
 
Sinéad Morrissey's new poem ‘The Fourth King’ was commissioned as part of our annual Look North More Often programme and celebrates the 2021 Trafalgar Square Christmas tree. Here, it's performed by Isobel Chappell, Leon Ganje Day and Vasilis Vasiliou, three Year 6 children from St Saviour’s Church of England Primary School in Westminster. You can r…
 
Andy Hamilton is a comedian, game show panellist, television director, comedy screenwriter, radio dramatist, novelist and actor and you have probably seen and/or heard him on Have I Got News For You, The News Quiz, QI or I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. He's written for television shows including Drop the Dead Donkey and Outnumbered and is currently wor…
 
In this episode we hear from Robyn Kelm, a nurse turned hairdresser / makeshift counsellor. She shares what she has learnt about mental health and how to help someone who is struggling. She also talks about mental health stigma and how that can impact on people. Interested in the topic and looking for more? If you are concerned about someone and no…
 
India’s fintech adoption is booming. So today my guest is Ankur Joshi CEO & Co-founder of Nuclei,a bootstrapped software enterprise startup that helps banks improve digital banking services by integrating its API platform to increase customer engagement through merchant marketplace and wealth management services. He talks about how he got this off …
 
HeadlinesNSW teachers strikeFirst issue of The Sunday PaperAung San Suu Kyi sentenced to four years in jailCivilians killed in NagalandPrimary school teacher Emma speaks with Phuong about how she discusses climate change with primary school children. We play a segment from 3CR's Disability Day Broadcast with Elena Macdonald who is a young, disabled…
 
Today's episode mixes self-publishing and traditional publishing as we're talking with Nicola May, author of the Cockleberry Bay novels and the Ferry Lane Market series. After many years of highly successful self-publishing, in 2021 Nicola chose to sign with Hodder & Stoughton for her new trilogy. We find out why, and explore how she found success …
 
In this episode we hear from Justin Knorrp about how he is helping farmers to be more active in Warracknabeal. He shares what made him want to start the Active Farmers group, who comes to the group and what they get from it. He also talks about what led him to the Wimmera and the need for down time in our busy lives. Live in or near Warracknabeal a…
 
The wearable devices market in India is expected to reach a sales volume of 16.22 million units by 2024. So today I speak to Anmol Saxena, the CEO & founder of Ashva Weartech. They develop wearable solutions for chronic knee pain & spine. So in this episode she talks about her own battles with knee pain that inspired to build a prototype at a hacka…
 
HeadlinesOmicron strainNSW floodsDavid Gulpilil Ridjimiraril Dalaithngu diesInternational Day of the Elimination of Violence Against Women and 16 Days of ActivismPhuong speaks with Professor Sara Charlesworth, Director of RMIT’s Centre for People, Organisation and Work and Professor of Gender, Work and Regulation in the School of Management, about …
 
On the show today we have Jarred McGinnis, talking about his debut 2021 novel ‘The Coward’. It's a fictional story with a protagonist also called Jarred, and in talking with Peggy Hughes on this podcast they unpick the curious boundary between fact and fiction in the book. Jarred is the co-founder of The Special Relationship, which was chosen for t…
 
Watch the latest edition of NMC Rough Cuts presented by Bell, featuring Pat Clifton. A conscious rapper, producer, songwriter and pianist, Clifton makes sense of the world through intimate, sometimes unapologetic, storytelling. In this episode, Clifton discusses and performs his song, "The Light." NMC Rough Cuts presented by Bell is a podcast serie…
 
In this dialogue, I speak to Prof Samuel Ravengai, a leading exponent of artistic research into African modes of performance and theatre making, a multi faceted mode of enquiry that he theorises as Afroscenology.Samuel is a Zimbabwean born, South African based, scholar and theatre director with a doctorate in Theatre and Performance from the Univer…
 
HeadlinesPeng Shuai missing/update on Peng ShuaiSpit hoods now banned in SAModi repeals farm laws in IndiaBrit Awards scrap male and female artist categoriesVisual artist, curator and co-director of the Hyphenated Biennial Nikki Lam speaks with Kannagi about transcultural art and identity and Hyphenated Projects. Find out more about Nikki's art her…
 
Building bionic arms for people with disabilities! Today I speak to Rishi Krishan, the CEO & Co-Founder of Symbionic. Symbionic is an affordable, assistive technology startup that makes smart prosthetic devices. It all started due to a freak bus accident which led to him losing his arm. So in this episode he talks about the huge challenges building…
 
In June 2021 we were joined by Derek Barretto, who was the translator in residence at Dragon Hall. Encouraged by a succession of brilliant language teachers, Derek thrives on a literary reading diet of English, Lusophone and occasionally Francophone fiction and non-fiction. He is an aficionado of classical and contemporary literature and a voraciou…
 
Title : Parables of Sri Ramakrishna Sri Ramakrishna, like all great spiritual teachers of the world, expressed the highest truths through the simple medium of stories, which even a child could understand. He also included wit and humour to his homely tales and parables. This series of podcast tells us how to apply his teachings in our life. Narrato…
 
Headlines:Vaccine update in developing countries Taxpayers funding $59m in government ads ahead of election Pinkwashing and Apartheid - boycott on MQFF and encourage people to write in https://mqff4palestine.glitch.me/ Britney Spear's conservatorship has ended after 13 years. Rawan Arraf from the Australian Centre for International Justice, speaks …
 
Jennifer Anne Champion is on the podcast this week talking to Rosy Carrick about her mix of poetry and embroidery. Jennifer is a poet, writer and educator and is cat-positive and was one of our Singapore writers in residence earlier in the year. Find out more: https://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/residencies/former-residents/ Nuraliah's pod: htt…
 
Headlines:Australia to face growing international pressure to improve 2030 emissions target Cleo Smith case sparks calls to treat Indigenous missing children cases equallyMore than 60% of people visiting Melbourne vaccination hub did not have Medicare card Post lockdown Exhaustion and fears Folole Asueao Sagele Tupuola from the Pacific Climate Warr…
 
Writer, performer, theatre maker and workshop leader Adam Z Robinson is on the podcast this week to discuss his work, how he's using Patreon and being forced to adapt to Covid-19 over the last 18 months. Hosted by Simon Jones and Steph McKenna. Find out more about what Adam's up to: https://adamzrobinson.com/ More on the East Anglian Book Awards an…
 
Headlines Pekapeka-tou-roa (long-tailed bat) wins Bird of the Year 2021 in AotearoaMelbourne cupClimate SummitSudan’s anti-coup protesters back on Khartoum’s streets Professor Eleanor Bourke, a Wergaia/Wamba Wamba Elder and is Chair of the Yoorrook Justice Commission spoke to her niece, singer songwriter Alice Skye, about her life, Indigenous cultu…
 
Editor, translator and co-founder of Kurumuru Books, Ella Micheler, joins us on the podcast to discuss the editing process, why books in translation for young readers are still so rare in the English language, and how writers can get the most out of their editors. Our early career resource packs are made possible by support from Arts Council Englan…
 
Headlines: //Sudan PM Hamdok arrested, military leader dissolves government //Schools tested as high case numbers lead to hundreds of closures //Age verification will be mandatory for social media under government tech crackdown // Jacinta Ruru on the Climate Action Show: We hear from Professor Jacinta Ruru, Co-Director of Aotearoa's Maori Centre o…
 
Nuraliah Norasid is on the podcast this week, talking with Sally-Anne Lomas. Nuraliah is a writer, researcher and educator with a PhD in English Literature and Creative Writing from Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Her debut novel, The Gatekeeper, won the Epigram Books Fiction Prize in 2016 and the Best Fiction Title for the Singapore Book A…
 
Headlines // Australia being urged to donate vaccines //Aus signs UN statement to stop invasive surgeries on intersex children //COVID spreads to refugees in hotels //Women escaping domestic violence to get access to $5,000 payments from this week //Picturing Footscray entries open until 25 Oct! //Clinical psychologist Laura joined Thursday Breakfa…
 
Dr Kathryn Smith is an interdisciplinary visual artist and curator who has moved from an initial education in Fine Arts (with a BAFA and MAFA from Wits) to actively explore applied sciences at the University of Dundee where she earned an MSc in Forensic Art, and a PhD from the Liverpool John Moores University. It is a journey that has taken her fro…
 
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