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Every so often John Fink, MFA Candidate and Adjunct Professor of Film History at SUNY University at Buffalo/Media Study checks in with a rotating cast of guests including co-founder Mike Reiff and more. Broadcasting from Buffalo, NY - Mise-En-Oscene probes at current issues in filmmaking, exhibition and distribution. More info at www.johnfinkfilms.com
 
Taboo Science is a podcast that answers the questions you're not allowed to ask. It's hosted by Ashley Hamer, a science writer and podcaster. Every episode dives into a different societal taboo to understand the science that makes it tick, the reasons we don't talk about it, and the impact that has on society at large. Why don't we eat people? Why are my swear words different than my parents'? And what makes porn, porn? It's science class if science class had one of those anonymous question ...
 
OBSCENE is a new podcast hosted by Maya Contreras (EMMY winning Brewed in NY, PBS, ) discussing systemic inequalities that have allowed discrimination to flourish in the United States. We’ll examine discriminatory policies while discussing the history, influences, and future of those policies that directly impact womxn and marginalized groups. Through stories and interviews with experts, you'll be given new insights into the challenges facing womxn and marginalized communities. Through an in ...
 
The best startup advice in the UK. We explore what it's really like to be a top entrepreneur and how to get there. Founders of startups like Monzo, BrewDog, Slack and Jo Malone tell us about their biggest challenges, key decisions and life-defining moments. How would you respond if you arrived in the UK as a penniless refugee? Or had to fire your Mum? Or had a billion dollar deal fall through your hands at the last minute? Learn how to lead from business greats.
 
Welcome to the Play On Podcasts Series from Next Chapter Podcasts. This is where Theatre meets Podcast, combining the modern-day audio phenomenon with the power of live performance. Play On Podcasts are epic audio adventures reimagining timeless tales, featuring original music composition and the voices of extraordinarily gifted artists.
 
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“When I was about 28 or 29 I had a squirting orgasm, I completely lost my mind. I couldn't tell if I was having a religious moment or a seizure, or maybe both or neither. As I lay there on the cold tile floor staring at the ceiling, all I could think was, oh my god, how do I do that again? And more importantly, how do I do that again by myself?” Lo…
 
Tough times never last, but tough people do.This is the best of Australian live storytelling. True stories, from all around the country. This season we’re showcasing resilience.Aussies from all different walks of life share how they got knocked down, both figuratively and literally, and rose again. There's death, sex, and catastrophic injuries to o…
 
The Taliban is settling back into power in Afghanistan, a month after their victory. Since then, the militant group has named an interim cabinet and ministry that's entirely male and mostly Pashtun, and in the latest gruesome display of their approach to justice, they hung a dead body from a crane at a busy roundabout in the city of Herat over the …
 
Have you heard of ASMR?Whispery, clicky, crinkly videos are massive on YouTube - racking up millions of views.The idea is that these sounds elicit a certain tingly, calming sensation in some people.So what is ASMR and what does the science tell us about it?Is it real … or pseudoscience? And why do some people get the opposite reaction – irritation …
 
Half of Australians aged 16 plus are now fully vaccinated, with New South Wales set to hit the 70 percent target in less than a fortnight.Are the Nationals on board with their government's push for net zero carbon emissions by 2050? Acting Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce wants assurances for Central Queensland.And two Melbourne AFL teams prepare for t…
 
Play On Podcasts’ Senior Producer Miriam Laube sits down with Tony Award-winning and Academy Award-nominated Playwright, Actor and Screenwriter Jeff Whitty to discuss his life, his career, and his journey into A Midsummer Night's Dream. Guest: Jeff Whitty Host: Miriam Laube The Play On Podcasts Series A Midsummer Night's Dream is produced by Next C…
 
On today's show: A boat-sinking walrus, International Day of Sign Languages, golden slam winners, a new aunty, and bringing woolly mammoths back to life.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. How much does Wally weigh?2. What is Australia's national sign language called?3. Where is Diede de Groot from?4. What state is Nukunu Country in?5. How long before scientists hop…
 
It’s time for Name That Space Sound! Each Friday we’re going to drop a mini-episode in which Karlie plays a mysterious space sound and Corey does his best to guess what it is. This week, Sk8er Boi.Presenters: Karlie Noon, Corey TuttProducer: Ivy ShihExecutive Producer: Joel WernerSound engineer: Simon BranthwaitePodcast tile art by Molly Hunt…
 
We know you like to be up to date with all things tech, media and culture, but if you’re hungry for some pop-culture content, then check out the ABC podcast Stop Everything!Hosted by Beverley Wang and Benjamin Law, Stop Everything! is your one-stop-shop for all the latest in film, tv, music and internet culture.Join Benjamin Law and Beverley Wang a…
 
On the eve of the Grand Final, Emma caught up with a favourite son of the West, Bob Murphy. They discussed his imminent move to WA, footy’s changing culture, and what he wanted to be when he grew up. You can follow The Outer Sanctum on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Email us at theoutersanctumpodcast@outlook.com The Outer Sanctum is recorded on t…
 
It's been seven years since Virginia Giuffre first made allegations against the Queen's son, Prince Andrew. The Prince has always emphatically denied the allegations, which include that he knew Giuffre was being trafficked by the now-deceased American financier Jeffrey Epstein when she was a teenager, and that he allegedly had sex with her anyway o…
 
Ladies, we know you like to be one step ahead of the zeitgeist, so we wanted to share with you the fabulous pop-culture podcast, Stop Everything! Hosted by Beverley Wang and Benjamin Law, Stop Everything! is your one-stop-shop for all the latest in film, tv, music and internet culture. Join Ben and Beverley as they take you through the good, the ba…
 
Why do we have such big butts? Why does society admire women's butts more than men's? And what does race have to do with all this? Featuring Dr. Jeanne Bovet, senior lecturer at Northumbria University in Newcastle. https://www.jeannebovet.com/ See citations and a transcript for this episode: https://www.tabooscience.show/s2e12-butts/ Subscribe to t…
 
COVID cases at a new peak in Victoria while two Melbourne vaccination hubs are shut because staff were threatened and spat at.Building a home or renovating? Prices are already escalating, but there's worse to come as global shortages and cost hikes bite.Ahead of this weekend's AFL grand final, there's rising discomfort about gambling ads from some …
 
Can artificial intelligence (AI) and predictive technology prevent crime? And what is at stake if it does?This week we look at an AI tool Queensland police are trialling to help predict and prevent domestic violence incidents, and what’s happening around the world with this type of technology more broadly and how transparency can underpin public tr…
 
Nazi cry babies, fascist morons, drunks, opportunists, or just really frustrated construction workers? There are a lot of opinions getting around about exactly who's been protesting on the streets of Melbourne this week. So after several days of clashes with police, what do we know about the real composition of the crowd that stormed the CFMEU head…
 
Police storm an unruly mob at Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance, we’ll explain how vaccination uproar is history repeating.Australia's biggest jolt in generations, no widespread damage from Victoria's earthquake, but plenty of shaken nerves.And how Australia's economy, and superannuation funds could be collateral damage if a Chinese property develo…
 
Hundreds of people have gathered at Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance in a third day of protests against mandatory vaccines and a two week snap shutdown of construction. Health authorities say getting vaccinated is our path out of the pandemic, but is forcing people the best way to do it?Plus, Victorian authorities say there could be “significant a…
 
One Day In September It’s Grand Final week and we’re trying to feel the feels. We talk about redemption, history and class. And we give you our premiership predictions, Sanctum style. We mentioned: https://viewer.mapme.com/3c6965be-0119-4e7b-922d-14d54416c7c3?fbclid=IwAR34VkNTsQDZQOw2c5-F4NaQK9hgwCBxi8Ex1VJYH21NhbE493qgdQ1fmf8 https://www.abc.net.a…
 
In many parts of Australia, Aboriginal community leaders want more control over local decision-making. They say it's a race against time to start reversing decades-old crises of substance abuse, incarceration, crime and joblessness. Often, community leaders point to existing examples of self-determination. So what are those models delivering? Today…
 
The education of the next generation of economists too often ignores the real crisis we face today: climate change, inequality, and financial instability. Sam de Muijnck and Joris Tieleman seek to address this problem in their book, Economy Studies, which outlines a practical road map for effectively connecting pluralism of core academic material t…
 
On today's My Take, we cover part 2 of the discussion; "Should churches pay their creatives?" In this episode, I give my answers to the question as well as admonish different groups who have a stake in nature of the question itself. Join us as we take a deeper look... ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------…
 
Chaos on Melbourne's streets and the West Gate freeway, with a second day of angry protest against lockdowns and mandatory vaccination.Relief for parents on the 13th week of Sydney's lockdown, play dates are back, but with lots of rules.And Pfizer says the data's in and its vaccine is safe for children aged two to eleven, but should children also h…
 
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