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Hearing Architecture

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Hearing Architecture

The Australian Institute of Architects

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Hearing Architecture is a podcast featuring professionals from within the built environment, sharing what they do, and why it's important. In this podcast, we'll be interviewing architects, builders, and designers from around Australia who will tell us about the work they are doing to improve our cities and neighbourhoods.
 
Ithaca Bound was a podcast hosted by Andrew Schiestel that explored history and mythology in the Mediterranean Basin. From March 22, 2021 to January 21, 2022, it published 188 episodes. Visit the new Ithaca Bound Video Series — youtube.com/ithacabound
 
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Welcome to NORDpod™, the voice of rare disease and the official podcast of the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD®). We are one community dedicated to those impacted by rare disease, and, together, our voices are louder.
 
"Axelbank Reports History and Today: Conversations with America’s top non-fiction authors and why their books matter right now" approaches our past and present in a way that makes anyone want to listen. National-award winning TV news reporter Evan Axelbank interviews writers of history and current events to explore how America works and how it has been shaped by both the powerful and the powerless. In conversational and engaging fashion, listeners learn about the most important events, theme ...
 
This is Rick Edwards’ quest to make sense of the big political decision before the UK on June 8th: the (snap) General Election 2017. With the country at a pivotal crossroads and so many of us still undecided, this show is a balanced exploration of the defining challenges and choices facing voters at the ballot box. Featured contributors include: Professor Philip Cowley (political scientist at Queen Mary University of London), Ian Dunt (editor of politics.co.uk), Ann Pettifor (economist and c ...
 
Tank Riot is a never dull audio podcast that digs deep into the minds of Viktor, Sputnik, and Tor. Each podcast starts you on a winding audio journey with destinations such as Fritz Haber, Edward Bernays, William Henry Harrison, Woodrow Wilson, Hogan's Heroes, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Stranger Things, CFAA, Spectre, The Martian, Pope Francis's Global Warming Encyclical, Vincent van Gogh, John Carpenter, Nick Drake, Ada Lovelace, Deep State, Blaxploitation Films, Spaghetti Westerns, John Way ...
 
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Our guest in this episode is Katherine Vand who is a graduate of architecture who at the time of recording was working at Core Collective Architects in Tasmania. Kat, and her beautiful Danish accent, received an honourable mention in the 2022 Architecture Australia Unbuilt Prize for her project “A Rare Relation” an interpretation centre for the Ant…
 
Our guest in this episode is Anna Jankovic and Andre Bonnice from the speculative architecture practice Simulaa. Anna and Andre are registered architects and academics who designed a project for the NGV Architecture Commission as part of the environmentally regenerative movement “A New Normal” called Gas Stack. Even though their submission didn’t w…
 
Today I will review the 1950 sci-fi movie Rocketship X-M, one of the earliest sci-fi movies released during the 50s. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edward-franklin-german/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/edward-franklin-g…
 
Our guest in this episode is Peter Edwards from Archipelago Architects based in Queensland. Peter is a registered architect and director of Archipelago Architects, a practice that works across all scales from city-making through to small multi-residential projects. Philip shares his thoughts on the unrealised potential of unbuilt projects, how the …
 
On June 7th 2022 White Feather spoke through his medium of over fifty-years, Robert Goodwin to an online group comprising participants from across the world. The group was relatively small in number, but the guide's message was huge; wake up NOW to what is unfolding by the day or suffer the consequences. The sage is known for his wise counsel and f…
 
Our guest in this episode is Philip Vivian from Bates Smart Architects. Philip is a registered architect and director of Bates Smart at their New South Wales office who has worked on some of the practice's largest urban growth projects. In this episode, Philip shares the different types of unbuilt work that Bates Smart take on, why the practice has…
 
As Field Marshall Kesselring loses some of his planes to other theaters, Malta, thanks to Churchill, gets a large influx of Spitfires. The defenders may be able to retake control of their skies, but this does nothing to bring in food, fuel and ammunition. The people of Malta are suffering and the military’s ability to project power is still weak. A…
 
Today on NORDpod, Andrew MacDowell stands in for Matthew Zachary, and he welcomes Dr. Kathleen Donohue, Director of the Division of Rare Diseases and Medical Genetics, at the FDA’s Office of New Drugs. Over 350 million people worldwide have a rare disease, yet only 10% of rare diseases have an FDA-approved treatment. Dr. Donohue oversees the nation…
 
Lynching is often and understandably thought of as a southern problem. But Philip Dray's new book, "A Lynching at Port Jervis: Race and Reckoning in the Gilded Age," explores the only lynching that occurred in New York State between 1882 and 1899. He explains why northerners must come to grips with not only the violent incident that happened in the…
 
We met up with Eric and Ronnie from Eventide Mead to learn about the kind of mead they're making in Burnside! We got to talking about the ingredients, how mead is made, the differences between mead styles, and Tony may have also dropped a bee pun or two for good measure! Find Eventide Mead on instagram here. Make sure to follow for updates on marke…
 
Our guest in this episode is Meaghan White. Meaghan is a registered architect and director of Meaghan White Architects based in Western Australia. Meaghan shares some of her difficult experiences as a young female architect developing her skills in large practices, how having children changed her approach to residential architecture, and how specia…
 
As April 1942 comes to an end, a spot of hope is dashed as the Axis continue their daily bombing of Malta. The ships and subs have been driven away, the island’s air force is weak. The only thing holding the invaders back is Malta’s AA gun crews and they are running out of ammunition. Gen. Kesselring’s plan of breaking Malta is working. Learn more …
 
Our guest in this episode is Brian Clohessy from BVN Architects in New South Wales. Brian is a registered architect and head of people and character at BVN leading the development of the practice’s vision, strategy and structure for all things people-related. Brian shares how BVN approach the issues of gender equity within their practice, how leade…
 
What does it mean to be white in America? What does it mean to be Black? Is it merely the color of our skin? How does the history of how different races have been treated by the law and by fellow Americans weigh on those labels? What would it be like to straddle both worlds? In "White Lies: The Double Life of Walter F. White and America's Darkest S…
 
Our guest in this episode is Doctor Jess Murphy who is the convenor of the Champions of Change architecture group, which was formed in 2015 to address the acute underrepresentation of women in the senior levels of the architecture profession at the time. The Architecture Group now has 14 practices actively participating to increase the representati…
 
As Field Marshall Albert Kesselring ramps up his attacks on Malta, Adm. Andrew Cunningham and others will leave the theatre as they are beyond exhausted. Still, the fight goes on. And those still defending the island are about to experience hell on earth, for months. Kickstarter for Don't Shoot the Messenger-https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ant…
 
Our guest in this episode is Ellen Buttrose who is a registered architect and associate with People Oriented Design in Cairns, working across the diverse climate and cultures of Queensland and the Torres Strait. In 2020, Ellen was the recipient of the Emerging Architect State prize in Queensland for her work that brings a local lens to global issue…
 
You're in for a treat on today's episode of NORDpod as I welcome chronic illness advocate Sarah Pennington to the show. Since the age of 11, Sarah has been managing a condition known as Trichotillomania, a disorder that involves recurrent, irresistible urges to pull out body hair. An estimated 330,000 children in the US alone may face Trichotilloma…
 
Where do rights come from? Do they come from the Constitution? The Supreme Court? From God? The voting booth? Bestselling author Dr. Kate Clifford Larson argues in her biography of Fannie Lou Hamer that rights also come from those willing to fight for them, from heroes who risk their lives while demanding the full promise of what America offers. Ha…
 
We had the unique opportunity to catch up with Michelle Tham, Certified Cicerone® and Labatt's Head of Beer Education, during her recent trip to Halifax to talk beer education from both sides of the bar and so much more! Find Michelle on instagram here. Book Recommendations: Tasting Beer - Randy Mosher Beerology - Mirella Amato Kyle also recommends…
 
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