Best Opera podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Podcast by Metropolitan Opera Guild
 
Podcast by English National Opera
 
Now in its 33rd season, LA Opera has become, under the leadership of General Director Plácido Domingo, the United States' fourth largest opera company.
 
Sex, Drugs, and Opera is a Podcast by singers for everybody. Professionals are featured biweekly to discuss the opera business, both on and off the stage.
 
Ideal for opera lovers & people curious about opera music - live & recorded. Here you find Mozart Verdi Wagner Strauss Bizet - even Maria Callas & Janáček. News from round the world
 
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kcur.org
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www.wabe.org
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Where ATL meets NPR
 
Over the years, strange things have been happening at the Paris Opéra House. The new owners, M. Moncharmin and M. Richard don't know what to do about the mysterious "Opera Ghost" demanding money, nor the tragic death of the chief scene-shifter. Now the young Soprano, Christine Daae, has been kidnapped and her lover, the Vicomte de Chagny, is going mad. The opera house is falling to pieces. Could this all be the work of the mysterious Phantom of the Opera? (Summary by Charlotte Duckett)Cast:N ...
 
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RFS: Vox Satanae
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Each show contains a variety of music in the areas of chant, choral, opera, song, theater, film, and instrumental for your listening enjoyment. Hosted by radiofreesatan.com
 
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Cadence
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Cadence is a podcast about music: how it affects your brain, your life, and the community in which you live. Join our host, cognitive neuroscientist and classically trained opera singer Indre Viskontas while we talk to scientists, musicians, musicologists, and composers to find answers to some of the biggest questions still surrounding the intersection of music and science. How much can we learn about the mind with music as the lens?
 
Suit up! The imagery. The voices. The music. The deep philosophical ramblings about war and peace. Old enough to know better, two friends decide to tackle the sprawling space opera epic of Gundam Wing – a show they just can’t get out of their heads. High school is over and now they’re ready for a sophisticated, comprehensive and nuanced retrospective of all 49 episodes, free of the idiotic humor that formerly plagued all their discussions of the show. Maybe. Mission Accepted.
 
A life long geek and a school librarian bring their respective expertise to the mission of examining graphic novels and trade collections with female protagonists. Superheroes, teenage drama, space opera, all is on the table and up for discussion. Because kicking butt knows no gender restriction. Fire and Water Podcast Network presents a Council of Geeks Production.
 
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Women Who Art
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Hi! You've stumbled on a podcast about the arts! We try to cover them all with special guests, fun segments, and an overall interest in women in the arts. Here are some of the arts we cover: Visual Arts Drawing, painting, ceramics, photography, architecture, sculpture, conceptual art Literary Arts Poetry, long form, short stories Performing Arts Dance, music, theater, opera, mime, statue art, slam poetry Multidisciplinary Arts Film, opera, and various performance art
 
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Musical Space
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Musical Space is a look at all things music, by KMUW Music Commentator Mark Foley. Mark is Assistant Professor of Double Bass and Electric Bass, and Principal Double Bass in the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. He has been a featured soloist with the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. He also has performed with the Rochester Philharmonic, the Heidelberg Castle Opera Festival, the Binghamton Symphony, the Minnesota Opera and also performs extensively as a jazz artist.
 
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The Europeans
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Fed up with all the Trumpy news from the USA or the Brexit-y news from Britain? Well you've come to the right place. Each week we trawl the continent of Europe for the most interesting stories to cover and the most fascinating people to interview. This semi-serious, semi-silly, Brexit-free show, from a reporter in Paris and an opera singer in Amsterdam, will make you seem clever to friends and make you feel like you've got two NEW friends in Katy and Dominic. You probably didn't realise you ...
 
Arias and Songs celebrates great singers of the past and present, from Maria Callas and Jussi Björling to Renée Fleming and Jonas Kaufmann. Each week, recording collector and host Larry Johnson spins a wonderful web of opera, operetta, Broadway tunes, art songs—even vintage pop. Expect the unexpected as Larry guides you through the range and nuance of vocal artistry, with some programs tied to local performances, as well.
 
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Gossip
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Three unlikely female friends meet each week to drink coffee and share the latest gossip floating around their not-so-traditional suburban town, Golden Acres. From the nosey mind of NY Times best selling author, Allison Raskin, comes the first-ever comedic soap opera (podcast). When the rumors are this juicy, does it even matter if they’re true? Learn more at gossippodcast.com. Binge listen all episodes on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of listening, go to stitcherpremium.com and use pro ...
 
General Hospital is the longest running American soap opera in production, and if you want to keep up with the Quarantines and Spencers, we’ve got you covered with the GENERAL HOSPITAL AFTER SHOW. We’ll keep you up to date with the latest drama unravelling in Port Charles, and all the celebrity guest star visits. Tune in here for reviews, recaps and in-depth discussions of the latest episodes, as well as the insider scoop from cast and crew members on the show.
 
On Hyperspace Theories the team from FANgirl Blog discuss elements that impact Star Wars storytelling. Each month hosts Tricia Barr, BJ Priester and Kay Serna take a deep dive into creative individuals who impact the franchise, from George Lucas and Kathleen Kennedy to William Shakespeare and Hayao Miyazaki, then break down storytelling from worldbuilding to character development. Tricia Barr is co-author of Ultimate Star Wars, the definitive guide to Star Wars from DK Publishing, featured w ...
 
You’re invited to an Irish adventure. From a small island in the Atlantic Ocean - off the west coast of Europe - Hyperlocal podcasting from Cork. Your host’s poet Paul O’Mahony - his language is fluid & melodic (sometimes). Value-laden & & political (othertimes) - For people who crave detail, not generalisations. Frequently there is drama & opera - Depression & Resurrection - Dog-walking - Fatherhood : ————————— Contact Paul at http://showandtellcommunications.net/Tweet him @ https://mobile. ...
 
The Bold & The Beautiful After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of CBS' Bold & The Beautiful.Show Summary: Set in the glamorous world of the Los Angeles fashion scene, this soap opera focuses on the wealthy and powerful Forrester family. Its company, Forrester Creations, is the leader in the fashion industry. Add in the machinations of rival businesses and families, and you've got a classic set-up.
 
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Inkwyrm
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Inkwyrm Magazine is an intergalactic fashion publication, bringing readers the newest looks from all over the universe. At the head of it all is Annie Inkwyrm, and directly behind her is Mella Sonder, AI caretaker and Annie’s PA. Along for the ride is an overzealous PR director, a perpetually unimpressed physician, and an AI that really needs to learn some ethics. Putting up with her boss is hard enough, but with the cutthroat fashion industry, and whatever is trying to kill everyone today, ...
 
Hardest Part Of The Ring is a podcast where four friends from the UK get together to celebrate the wonder of professional wrestling - the ultimate soap opera that mixes athletic ability, ridiculous storylines and fully grown men and women throwing each other, at each other. Our shows mostly involve reviewing WWE pay-per-views and compiling top 5 lists but we also compete in the occasional quiz, discuss the latest industry news and interview people from the world of wrestling. Caution: Contai ...
 
“Doc” E.E. Smith pretty much invented the space opera genre, and Triplanetary is a good and well-known example. Physics, time, and politics never stand in the way of a plot that gallops ahead without letup. Having earned a PhD in chemical engineering, it’s understandable that the heroes of Smith’s story are all scientists. He didn’t want to be constrained by the limits of known science, however, so in his hands the electromagnetic spectrum becomes a raw material to be molded into ever-more a ...
 
In seventeenth century Venice, a wealthy and debauched man discovers that the woman he is infatuated with is secretly married to a Moorish general in the Venetian army. He shares his grief and rage with a lowly ensign in the army who also has reason to hate the general for promoting a younger man above him. The villainous ensign now plots to destroy the noble general in a diabolical scheme of jealousy, paranoia and murder, set against the backdrop of the bloody Turkish-Venetian wars. This ti ...
 
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People of Note
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PROUDLY SPONSORED BY PIETER TOERIEN PRODUCTIONS. People of Note is broadcast on Sunday evening at 6 pm on Fine Music Radio with a repeat on Thusday afternoon at 1 pm, presented by Rodney Trudgeon.Says Rodney: “There are a number of fascinating people who pass through Cape Town and I’ve always felt there to be a need for a programme that allows an in-depth discussion with these personalities. Whether their fields are music, literature, theatre, dance, opera or even politics and economics, we’ ...
 
Demanded internationally, DJ Baby Yu is one of North America’s most experienced, versatile well respected and highly connected DJ’s. Baby Yu without a doubt is a staple in the entertainment industry world-wide.Based in Atlanta, Georgia, he has held residencies at Velvet Room, Whiskey Park, at the W Hotel and Tongue and Groove, Door 44, Aja Lounge, Opera, Compound, Aurum, Gold Room and more. Currently Baby Yu spins at Vanquish, Compound and Reign. Along with his weekly club residencies- Baby ...
 
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In The Pocket - NFL
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In the Pocket is a show about NFL, hosted by two Americans who find themselves living in Melbourne Australia. Each week, listen to Steve Salisbury and Jay Mueller talk about what they love best. Our show is passionate. It’s informative. It’s a celebration. In fact, it’s the podcast equivalent of a tailgate party: fans standing around laughing about the characters and story lines of each week’s gladiatorial soap opera. The only thing missing is the smell of grilled meat (you can provide the m ...
 
PAPN is the unholy union of Bill Connelly, the inventor and proprietor of the S&P+ Analytics System, and senior writer Steven Godfrey, who probably, unfairly, hates your school. Together, through analysis and sourcing, they give listeners insight into college football’s biggest games, hires and trends.
 
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DirtCast
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A weekly pop-culture breakdown show based on Jezebel's daily column Dirt Bag. Each week Madeleine Davies and Megan Reynolds dig deep on the shallow industry of celebrity gossip, giving you an inside look at how famous people, publicists, tabloids, and even things like Scientology come together to create the celebrity news you love to hate.
 
The Mortified Podcast is a storytelling series where adults share the embarrassing things they created as kids—diaries, letters, lyrics & beyond—in front of total strangers. PS: It totally likes you. The Mortified Podcast is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Learn more at radiotopia.fm.
 
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Earthworms
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Host Jean Ponzi presents information, education and conversation with activists and experts on environmental issues and all things "green." Produced in the studios of KDHX Community Media in St. Louis, MO.
 
Join German actor, musician, and unintentional comedian Flula Borg as he answers the universe’s biggest questions in a delicious weekly conversation sure to improve your moods.
 
The Little Mermaid, The Ugly Duckling, The Snow Queen, The Real Princess and a host of other wonderful tales which form so much a part of childhood are part of Andersen's Fairy Tales, by Hans Christian Andersen. This volume contains eighteen selected stories. Some of them are old familiar friends, while others maybe new to some readers, but all of them equally enchanting and enthralling. Today, these stories are known almost everywhere in the world and have been translated into hundreds of l ...
 
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Encyclopedia Brunch
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Tim Dobbs and Kathryn Cogert like Big Ideas, Extreme Specifics, and Wild Connections.
 
Elise Moore and David Fiore aspire to cover every time travel film ever made (in this continuum, at least). Together, we'll dive deeply and dialogically into this eternally compelling genre. Our discussions will draw from philosophy, psychology, anthropology, history, narratology, and aesthetic theory. We'll even try to wrap our minds around the physics, when the films demand it. It's an ode to paramours and paradox by two people who really give a flux. But wait! There's more! This is also t ...
 
Find exactly what you are looking for in cultural and social interaction for the mind, body and soul. Enjoy life from a different perspective! Live and recorded shows on a variety of subjects teach, inspire, encourage and entertain you.
 
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Talk Daytime
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A place to chat about your favorite soaps, gossip about the comings and goings, and forget the real world for a little while.
 
Podcast by Sam Valentine
 
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Diva of DOOL
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The Diva of DOOL discusses Days of our Lives on our weekly show. We have also interviewed many Days actors.
 
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WikiFreakz
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Join comedians Jill Weiner and Connor Creagan as they explore the dark depraved depths of Wikipedia. Hilarity and knowledge ensue!!Follow Wikifreakz @wikifreakzz on Twitter and @WikiFreakz on InstagramFollow Jill Weiner @jill_lives on Twitter and InstagramFollow Connor Creagan @connorcreagan on Instagram and Twitter
 
A place for fans to talk and hangout! Repofans TESTIFY! find out more at www.repo-opera.com Thanks to IvoryBlack for the modified/updated Repo Radio profile pic!! *All soundtrack clips are used with permission from Darren Lynn Bousman and are not broadcast for distribution or profit, and are solely on air for the enjoyment of the fans. Thank you Darren, Terrance and Darren for the awesome tunes!!
 
Standing on the shoulders of the late black music critic, Raoul Abdul, Patrick D. McCoy is committed to informing the ENTIRE community about the joys of classical music.
 
Pandora's Box (1904) (Die Büchse der Pandora) is a play by the German dramatist Frank Wedekind. It forms the second part of his pairing of 'Lulu' plays (the first is Earth Spirit [1895]), both of which depict a society "riven by the demands of lust and greed". G. W. Pabst directed a silent film version (Pandora's Box), which was loosely based on the play, in 1929. Both plays together also formed the basis for the opera Lulu by Alban Berg in 1935 (premiered posthumously in 1937). In the origi ...
 
Daily weblog on software and personal productivity recommends downloads, web sites and shortcuts that help you work smarter and save time. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
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Front Row
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Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music
 
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Soundcheck
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Live performances and conversations in which artists talk about their work, their process, and themselves. Genre-blind but open-eared. Hosted by John Schaefer.
 
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.
 
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Guitarist and songwriter Nilüfer Yanya writes songs that, while dark and a bit twisted, yet direct and elegant, ultimately embrace imperfection. Her music might easily flow between Nina Simone, pop punk, crisp jazzy chords, and the dynamic, sweaty explosiveness of The Pixes. Nilüfer deploys her impressive voice in all kinds of styles - falsetto ...…
 
It’s the middle episode of our 3-part examination of The Judas Contract! We discuss Wolfman/Perez’s penchant for framed tales, consider the Deathstroke’s trajectory, argue quite earnestly that Gar Logan ought to be canceled for his vile workplace harassment tactics, and try to remember exactly what the hell happens with Jericho much later in th ...…
 
In the second half of our Dorothy Arzner marathon, we cover the remaining entries in the recent TIFF retrospective (Christopher Strong, Merrily We Go To Hell, and Dance, Girl, Dance), along with a pair of items we scrounged up on our own (Nana and Craig’s Wife). Dance, Girl, Dance is justifiably considered the director’s summative work, gatheri ...…
 
Daily weblog on software and personal productivity recommends downloads, web sites and shortcuts that help you work smarter and save time. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spoken ...…
 
S egment 1: The only mayoral candidate from the Northland thinks he brings "a unique perspective in getting us moving forward." Scott Wagner is in his last months as a city council member. Now his sights are set on occupying the mayor's office. Wagner spoke of his plan to fund affordable housing, explained what he sees as a barrier to reducing ...…
 
Hot off the press is The Metropolitan Opera's 2019-20 season announcement! In this episode, we have a special conversation between Opera News Editor in Chief F. Paul Driscoll and Met Opera Radio’s William Berger. They will share insights and exciting elements of the new productions coming up next season, and listen to some favorite musical moments.…
 
Segment 1: How black cultural institutions can serve as a place for community healing. It's no secret that Kansas City still bears scars of redlining and segregation, but it's not exactly something you bring up at a party either. So how do we have these important discussions to help our community move forward? A local poet has ideas. Glenn Nort ...…
 
Who lives? Who dies? Who tells your story? The personal pain of witnessing brutality and justice denied has long inspired public response, from the football field to the stage. Influenced by the murder of Michael Brown, BJ Tindal wrote the play, “Goodnight Tyler.” The story follows Tyler Evans, a young Black man who was killed by a police offic ...…
 
Felicity Jones discusses her new film On the Basis of Sex, in which she plays Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the American Supreme Court Judge who rose to prominence as a lawyer in landmark cases against gender discrimination. Vue, one of the UK’s biggest cinema chains, has threatened to boycott the Baftas after the film Roma, which they describe as a ‘ma ...…
 
After 130 years, the Cyclorama moved from its home in Grant Park to the Atlanta History Center. The painting has since been restored to showcase “The 1864 Battle of Atlanta.” Over the years the Cyclorama has had conflicting interpretations. Now, through new technology and digital resources, the History Center offers a new 360-degree perspective ...…
 
Last week, reports surfaced of a new videotape showing singer R. Kelly engaging in sex acts with an underage girl. This is not the first time the R&B superstar has been accused of sexual abuse. Allegations have circled Kelly for decades; in 2002, a videotape surfaced that purportedly showed Kelly engaging in sexual acts with a teenage girl. Unt ...…
 
Harpist Angelica Hairston launched Challenge the Stats in 2016. She created the initiative for classical musicians from minority backgrounds to share the tools needed for serious study and professional careers. Challenge the Stats also addresses social and racial justice through music. This year’s Impact Atlanta Concert features the Atlanta Hom ...…
 
With just days to go before his second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Trump seems to have tried to lower public expectations for the meeting set for Feb. 27 to 28 in Hanoi, Vietnam. “I’m in no rush for speed. We just don’t want testing,” Trump remarked on Friday, suggesting that he might not insist North Korea abandon it ...…
 
For 27 years, Mark Schand lay in his prison cot in Massachusetts and plotted out the retail empire he’d been envisioning since well before his arrest. “I would lay in bed, my eyes wide open, looking at the ceiling, just thinking of a color scheme, and picture the uniform,” said Schand. Now, five years after a judge vacated his murder conviction ...…
 
Since the 1930s, Missouri and Kansas high school boys wrestlers have gone to the mat to find out who’s the best in their respective states. This year, Missouri added girls’ wrestling to its state championship lineup, only the 12th state to do so.By geserve@aol.com (Greg Echlin).
 
The pitches to the health insurance brokers are tantalizing. “Set sail for Bermuda,” says insurance giant Cigna, offering top-selling brokers five days at one of the island’s luxury resorts. Health Net of California’s pitch is not subtle: A smiling woman in a business suit rides a giant $100 bill like it’s a surfboard. “Sell more, enroll more, ...…
 
Veteran comedians know all about the funny side of anger. The late George Carlin wrote an entire bit called “Free-Floating Hostility.” Jerry Seinfeld once declared in the Los Angeles Times that “All comedy starts with anger.” The rant is often a comedian’s sharpest tool, whether it’s the screams of the late Sam Kinison or the tirades of Chris R ...…
 
Scientists have launched a major new phase in the testing of a controversial genetically modified organism: a mosquito designed to quickly spread a genetic mutation lethal to its own species, NPR has learned. For the first time, researchers have begun large-scale releases of the engineered insects, into a high-security laboratory in Terni, Ital ...…
 
Awards season is nearly, finally over and to discuss the highs (?) and lows (??) of the movies, people, and things nominated for the Academy Awards, Maddie and Megan are joined once more by Rich Juzwiak, senior writer and staff curmudgeon, to discuss what we will even happen on Sunday and WHY. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.f ...…
 
In 2015, Pope Francis message about Climate Change called on people of faith world-wide - not only Roman Catholics - to take action to protect Earth's resources. A St. Louis consortium of Catholic parents, students and leaders is calling this community to convene, learn, strategize and respond. This edition of Earthworms talks about why, and ho ...…
 
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In the build up to Mania, WWE lock their superstars away in a noughties horror style Elimination Chamber, to battle it out for a championship. We entered the chamber a man down, but managed to escape to give you our thoughts on what was a historic night. Get in touch on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram - @HardestPartPod Email us at hardestpartoft ...…
 
Segment 1: Can news comsumers tell the difference between fact and opinion? Turn on any news channel and try to determine if you're hearing fact or opinion. Can you do it? That's one of the topics our Media Critics tackled today, along with what is behind the brewing legal battle between Kansas Senate Majority Leader Jim Denning and the Kansas ...…
 
Advocates for increasing voting access in Georgia told members of Congress on Tuesday that the state’s elections should be placed under federal oversight through the Voting Rights Act. Georgia was one of nine states with a history of discrimination in voting where changes to voting laws or administration were required to be pre-cleared by the U ...…
 
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe says it’s not normal for the bureau to open investigations into the president. “We don’t have a lot of experience with investigating presidents of the United States,” McCabe says. “There is not a standard S.O.P. on the shelf that you pull down to say, ‘Here’s how it’s done.'” Nevertheless, McCabe told 60 ...…
 
Veteran stand-up comedian Paula Poundstone’s curiosity has fueled her career for the past 40 years. Her quest for knowledge informs her stand-up, her book, and her current podcast, “Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone.” And it’s part of the reason she does so much crowdwork during her shows. “I do the time-honored ‘where you from, what do you do ...…
 
Daily weblog on software and personal productivity recommends downloads, web sites and shortcuts that help you work smarter and save time. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spoken ...…
 
Segment 1: The word 'populism' is being used more and more in national headlines. So what does it mean? Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Donald Trump are all running for president in 2020. While these candidates may not have much in common, media outlets use one word to describe all of them again and again: populist. In this conversation, ...…
 
The directorial debut of Oscar -winning actor, Chiwetel Ejiofor,is The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind. Airing on Netflix, adapted from a bestselling novel of the same name Ejiofor also stars as the father. This true story follows the young boy William as he races to save his village from a devastating famine, with a wind turbine he was inspired to ...…
 
When we think of the swashbuckling stories of “The Three Musketeers” and “Count of Monte Cristo,” we might conjure images of sword fights, palace intrigue, and the gorgeous French countryside. We might not immediately think of those stories as multi-racial, but that’s where Atlanta’s Théâtre du Rêve comes in. Their new play, “Code Noir: Les Ave ...…
 
Monday marked the start of the second season of “Buried Truths,” WABE’s investigative Podcast. This season’s episodes center on a desolate Georgia road in the 1960s. The first episode is now on available, or wherever you get your podcasts. “Morning Edition” Host Lisa Rayam sat down with “Buried Truths” Host Hank Klibanoff to talk about what he ...…
 
Georgia has some of the country’s most restrictive ballot-access policies. Those policies control how third-party candidates can get their names on the ballot. And some lawmakers at the state Capitol want to change that. Luanne Taylor lives in Johns Creek, north of Atlanta, and is a lifelong independent. But she’s really never been able to vote ...…
 
The “Two Georgia” problem — the gap between the quality of life in Georgia’s urban and rural areas — is an old one. This legislative session, lawmakers have continued to talk about what can be done to close that gap and help rural Georgia communities. Emma Hurt is one of the reporters who covers the Capitol for WABE. On “All Things Considered,” ...…
 
Almond bloom comes nearly all at once in California — a flush of delicate pale blooms that unfold around Valentine’s Day. And beekeeper Bret Adee is hustling to get his hives ready, working through them on a Central Valley ranch before placing them in orchards. He deftly tap-taps open a hive. “We’re gonna open this up, and you’re going to see a ...…
 
You called, Flula answers! Flula dives into the Boom Time Voicemails to answer your listener questions! This episode will appeal to: Fraggle Rock lovers, time machine enthusiasts, and Brock Lesnar.
 
Latosha Poston says she made a lot of mistakes in her life. Her legal troubles began in her teens after her first child was born in Indianapolis. Over the years, bad decisions led to some arrests, some convictions. “Sometimes we get stuck in our past and let our past guide us,” she says. The 44-year-old has worked hard to straighten out her lif ...…
 
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This week we're stretching the definition of Europe to the limit and travelling all the way down to the French-Italian research base in the Antarctic! By some miracle we managed to Skype the physicist Meganne Christian at the Concordia base about what it's like spending an entire year living in the most isolated place on Earth (albeit with dece ...…
 
Segment 1: Appeals by big-box retailers to have property assessed as though it is vacant could mean big revenue loss for local governments. A strategy first seen in the upper Midwest has found its way to Kansas and its Board of Tax Appeals, which is considering the latest request from a multi-national company to reduce the appraised values of i ...…
 
In a decision that could affect future drunk driving prosecutions, the Georgia Supreme Court has unanimously struck down a major part of the state’s DUI law, saying it violates the Georgia constitution’s guarantee of a person’s right not to incriminate himself or herself. The 91-page decision traced the history of the different versions of the ...…
 
Vox Satanae - Episode 426 - 167 Minutes - Week of February 18, 2019 This week we hear the 1000th composer with works by Jacobus Vaet, Daniel Bacheler, Kaspar Förster, Jean Baptiste Loeillet de Gant, Joan Baptista Pla i Agustí, José Maurício Nunes Garcia, Alexis de Castillon, Frederick Converse, and Pēteris Vasks.…
 
TOPEKA — The glittery gold print on Cara Simon’s graduation cap begged — maybe only half-jokingly — for a break: “Can I take a nap now?” Toilsome college coursework may have kept the Wichita native up at night, but looking for a job won’t. Simon lined one up at an emergency room before even graduating — one of the benefits of earning a nursing ...…
 
9 to 5 is Dolly Parton’s stage musical based on the 1980 film, in which she starred, about three female office workers getting revenge on their misogynist boss. The songs were written by Dolly Parton and she narrates the story via television screens across the stage. Sarah Crompton reviews. Performance artist, comedian, musician and activist Br ...…
 
“If you take the band Motörhead, you throw in a lot of Albrecht Dürer, a little bit of Frank Zappa and some R. Crumb, that’s me,” says artist Tom Huck. The St. Louis-based artist creates woodcuts full of political satire and scenes of wild mayhem. While the figures of 1970s counterculture may feel like the closest touchstones for his imagery, H ...…
 
Segment 1: What are local churches doing to prevent and report abuse? Abuse in the church is a particular kind of betrayal. And it's an issue church-goers everywhere are wrestling with after news in Texas broke of pastors who could still find work despite long histories of sexual abuse allegations. In this conversation, we hear how local surviv ...…
 
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