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The Daily Poem
Weekly+
 
Presented by the Close Reads Podcast Network, The Daily Poem offers one essential poem each weekday morning. From Shakespeare and John Donne to Robert Frost and E..E Cummings, The Daily Poem curates a broad and generous audio anthology of the best poetry ever written, read-aloud by David Kern and an assortment of various contributors to the Close Reads network. Some lite commentary is included and the shorter poems are often read twice, as time permits.
 
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School of Poetry
Rare
 
‘School of Poetry’ is a podcast dedicated to discussing and analysing the good – and the not so good – within the world of poetry. With fresh poems and new themes to discuss in each episode, Loughborough University’s Dr Oli Tearle and other guest academics will bring their knowledge and expertise to this fun, yet educational, new show. Interact with Oli and guests on Twitter by following @LboroEnglish.
 
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LoudMouth Radio
Monthly
 
Art, Politics, Intellectual Wrath
 
Welcome to the Unnecessary Commentary Podcast! Brought to you by Brittany, Juan, and Joseph.
 
Join hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan for a smart local conversation with leaders and thinkers shaping Boston and New England. We feature our favorite conversation from each show. To hear the full show, please visit wgbhnews.org/bpr To share your opinion, email bpr@wgbh.org or call 877-301-8970 during the live broadcast from 11AM-2PM.
 
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Poetry Pie
Daily+
 
This is the Poetry Pie Podcast. We upload a new episode every month.In each episode, we speak with an expert on that month's poem.Stay tuned for more great poems and interviews!- The Poetry Pie Team
 
The Peabody Award-winning Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, from PRI, is a smart and surprising guide to what's happening in pop culture and the arts. Each week, Kurt introduces the people who are creating and shaping our culture. Life is busy – so let Studio 360 steer you to the must-see movie this weekend, the next book for your nightstand, or the song that will change your life. Produced in association with Slate.
 
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Wonderful!
Weekly
 
Welcome to Wonderful! It’s an enthusiast podcast by Griffin and Rachel McElroy in which they discuss Very Good Things, and the Things that Make Them Good. Got a Good Thing you’re excited about that you want them to talk about on the show? Shoot ‘em an email at wonderfulpodcast@gmail.com.
 
Welcome to the at the Slice of Heaven 24-Hour Pie Shop and Driving Range. When the going gets tough, the tough get going, but the rest of us will stay right here. It's a place where all-you-all can always leave your troubles behind. But let me make it clear, speaking for the staff and the regulars as well as myself. We are not saying you should actually leave your troubles here when you exit the premises. No, that's just plain crazy, and I for one can't use them. I have enough of my own. I'm ...
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 15 different recordings of Promises Like Pie-Crust by Christina Rossetti. This was the weekly poetry project for the week of February 3rd, 2008.
 
Ed and Eric assign some homework each episode and sometimes bring on a guest a little more knowledgeable than them to complete it and discuss as well
 
Mince Pie is a compilation of humorous sketches, poetry, and essays written by Christopher Morley. Morley sets the tone in the preface: "If one asks what excuse there can be for prolonging the existence of these trifles, my answer is that there is no excuse. But a copy on the bedside shelf may possibly pave the way to easy slumber. Only a mind "debauched by learning" (in Doctor Johnson's phrase) will scrutinize them too anxiously." (Summary from preface and by lubee930)
 
This is a collection of poems recorded by LibriVox volunteers for the month of November 2010.
 
This is a collection of short pieces, poetry or prose, fiction and non-fiction, in several different languages. All chosen and recorded by Librivox volunteers.Brief description of the contributions:01 Tagalog - ¡Ang Reyna Elena.....! by Pascual de Leon (1893-1958) [1915] - Key words: poetry, The Queen Elena02 Polish - Pie?? o mowie naszej by Tadeusz Boy-?ele?ski (1874-1941) [1913] - Key words: poetry, poezja, j?zyk, pruderia03 Japanese - Tebukuro wo kaini by Niimi Nankichi (1913-1943) [1943] ...
 
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Sweet Vibes
Monthly+
 
Located in St. Louis we bring you cupcakes, cakepops, cookies, pies &more. While vibing to music and poetry
 
A selection of mundane voice notes, detailing the thrills and spills of modern life for two brothers.
 
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Kurt Andersen talks with playwright Suzan-Lori Parks about “White Noise,” along with one of the play’s stars, Daveed Diggs from the original cast of “Hamilton.” Iggy Berlin explains what he does as an extra for operas and ballets, where they’re called supernumeraries. And the rich history of the song “In the Pines,” which many luminaries sang i ...…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: A redacted version of the Mueller report was released to the public today. We opened up the lines and heard comments from our listeners. Are workplace wellness programs doing their job when it comes to making employees healthier and cutting costs? Medical ethicist Arthur Caplan weighed in. Caplan is the Drs. Willia ...…
 
It's time for another poem dedicated the our younger listeners, so today's poem is Ernest Thayer's comic poem, "Casey at the Bat." Remember: Subscribe, rate, review.
 
Rachel's favorite food development! Griffin's favorite song and commercial! Rachel's favorite esoteric music genre! Griffin's favorite candy competition! Music: "Money Won't Pay" by bo en and Augustus - https://open.spotify.com/album/7n6zRzTrGPIHt0kRvmWoya
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: Boston Public Schools has named three finalists for the job of district superintendent. Joining *Boston Public Radio *to share his analysis was Paul Reville, former state secretary of education and a professor at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education, where he also runs the Education Redesign Lab. Envir ...…
 
Today's poem is "Workshop" by the great Dominican poet, Rhina Espaillat. Remember: subscribe, rate, review.
 
Milk Bar, a dessert chain which opened a Harvard Square location earlier this year, will no longer call its signature sugary tart "crack pie." Corby Kummer — award-winning food writer, senior editor for The Atlantic, and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition and Policy — discussed.…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld says he will challenge President Donald Trump in the 2020 Republican primary. We opened up the lines and asked our listeners for their takes. Trenni Kusnierek, anchor and reporter with NBC Sports Boston, recapped yesterday's Boston Marathon. Boston City Council President Andr ...…
 
In honor of Notre Dame Cathedral, today's poem is Willa Cather's "Paris." Remember: subscribe, rate, review.
 
This month marks the birth centennial of American dancer and choreographer Merce Cunningham. His defiant work transformed contemporary arts beyond dance. Cunningham talks about movement and technology, and dancers Daniel Roberts and Bill T. Jones tell us about his influence. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Today's poem is Gerard Manley Hopkins' "Pied Beauty." Remember: subscribe, rate, review.
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: It's Marathon Monday! Throughout the program we took calls from listeners, and also checked in with WGBH News reporters Edgar B. Herwick III at the halfway mark and Phillip Martin at the finish line. Former Boston Police Commissioner William Evans told us about running the marathon as a civilian this year. Amby Bur ...…
 
Today on *Boston Public Radio: * We opened up the lines and asked our listeners: Is it time for the millionaire’s tax to have its moment? South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is taking on the religious right on their own turf. Sue O'Connell, co-publisher of Bay Windows and The South End News, and host of NECN’s "The Take with Sue O’Connell," weighed ...…
 
At 82, the writer Frederic Tuten has published a memoir of his formative years in New York, “My Young Life,” and Kurt Andersen strolls the East Village with him as he reminisces. Cartoonist Cathy Guisewite looks back at how some of her own struggles and insecurities inspired the “Cathy” comic strip, and how while many women loved the strip, oth ...…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: Medical ethicist Arthur Caplan looked at the measles epidemics breaking out nationally. Caplan is the Drs. William F. and Virginia Connolly Mitty Chair and director of the Division of Medical Ethics at NYU Langone Medical Center, and the co-host of the "Everyday Ethics" podcast. We looked at the psychology of perso ...…
 
Griffin's favorite geological feature! Rachel's favorite pre-school study! Griffin's favorite tunes to vibe out to! Rachel's favorite admission! Music: "Money Won't Pay" by bo en and Augustus - https://open.spotify.com/album/7n6zRzTrGPIHt0kRvmWoya
 
Today's poem is Stevie Smith's "Black March." Remember: subscribe, rate, review!
 
Welcome to episode 15. This week, Ed and Eric are joined by Colin to attempt some coding, something neither host has ever done before. One of them fails and the other cheats. See you on the next one. Next episode’s homework: watch Our Planet Listen to more of The Front Bottoms on Spotify and Apple Music Follow us on twitter @whatsthehwpod…
 
Have Americans soured on all-you-can eat buffets? In the last few years, a number of high-profile buffet chains have floundered — including Ryan's and Old Country Buffet, which have seen declining sales, and HomeTown Buffet, which filed for bankruptcy in 2016. Joining *Boston Public Radio *to explain these struggles was Corby Kummer, a senior e ...…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: We’re taking about Trump’s renewed push for border security, which includes purging the Department of Homeland Security, bringing back family separation at the border, and asking agents to not let migrants in. We opened up the lines and asked listeners: Is this the kind of border security you want? Trenni Kusnierek ...…
 
Today's poem is John Donne's "At the Round Earth's Imagin'd Corners." Remember: subscribe, rate, review!
 
Studio 360 is teaming up with Classic Album Sundays for a series of storiescalled This Woman’s Work, highlighting classic albums by female artists. We'll talk about records that represent women musicians at the peak of their creative powers, and whose influence is felt all over the musical map. From what is arguably one of the most arresting op ...…
 
Today's poem is by Edwin Arlington Robinson's "Miniver Cheevy." Remember: subscribe, rate, review!
 
On today’s episode of Boston Public Radio: Our political roundtable with Jennifer Nassour and Steve Kerrigan discussed the resignation of Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and other top headlines. Nassour is former Chairwoman of the MassGOP and COO of ReflectUS, and Kerrigan is president and co-founder of the Massachuse ...…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: Bob Kraft's high-profile arrest has kicked off a statewide conversation about sex trafficking, including a debate over legalizing prostitution. We opened up the lines and asked listeners for their take. Ryan Landry shared his thoughts on "Happy Place," a pop-up museum designed with social media in mind. Landry is a ...…
 
Today's poem, another one for spring is e.e. cummings' [in just-]. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!
 
Understanding our fascination with the criminal underworld. Jia Zhangke’s takes an empathetic look at criminal brotherhoods in China in his new gangster film “Ash Is Purest White.” Stand-up comics reveal what it was like working in Vegas when mobsters owned the clubs. A brave critic defends “The Godfather: Part III.” And how the late Sue Grafto ...…
 
On *Boston Public Radio *today: Chuck Todd, host of “Meet the Press,” discussed the House’s move to request President Donald Trump’s tax returns. Then we opened up the lines and asked you about Wynn Resorts. Now that the company admits it covered up sexual assault allegations against Steve Wynn, should their casino license be revoked? Former Su ...…
 
This week, Burger King announced that it will offer a vegetarian version of its most famous product, the Whopper, made primarily from soybeans. Corby Kummer, a senior editor at The Atlantic, an award-winning food writer and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition and Policy, weighed in on Boston Public Radio.…
 
Today's poem is Elinor Wylie's "Wild Peaches." Remember: Subscribe, rate, review.
 
Today's poem is a nonsense poem by Edward Lear, "Yonghy Bonghy Bo." Remember: subscribe, rate, review.
 
Rachel's favorite new indie rocker! Griffin's favorite classic phone game! Rachel's favorite regional terminology! Griffin's favorite car movement! Music: "Money Won't Pay" by bo en and Augustus - https://open.spotify.com/album/7n6zRzTrGPIHt0kRvmWoya
 
Claims of “no collusion” on Russia is one thing — but is cheating in golf a whole other game? A new book entitled “Commander in Cheat: How Golf Explains Trump” by Rick Reilly chronicles all the ways President Donald Trump plays loose on the links, even allegedly cheating against Tiger Woods. We opened the lines to ask our listeners: Could this ...…
 
Today's poem is Richard Wilbur's "A Storm in April." Remember: Subscribe, rate, review.
 
Susan Choi’s new novel, Trust Exercise, is a story about trust, betrayal, and the blurry lines between fiction and real life. It focuses on a group of teenagers at a performing arts high school in the 1980s and their fraught relationships with the eccentric teachers whom they idolize. The book takes a metafictional twist about halfway through, ...…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: We went over the latest political headlines with Frank Phillips and Peter Gelzinis. Phillips is the State House Bureau Chief for The Boston Globe* *and Gelzinis is a columnist emeritus for The Boston Herald. Deal or no deal? Charles Sennott, WGBH news analyst and founder of The GroundTruth Project, talked about the ...…
 
Today's poem is "Quid Pro Quo," from Paul Mariani. Please note: adults should probably listen to this particular poem first before they listen with children. A rare, but sometimes worthwhile occassion on this podcast. Remember: subscribe, rate, review.
 
The trailblazing filmmaker Agnès Varda died on Friday of breast cancer at age 90. In tribute to her, we’re revisiting Kurt’s 2017 interview with Varda and her collaborator JR. Their Oscar-nominated movie, Faces Places,documents their loving — albeit unexpected — friendship. She was a founding member of the French New Wave, while he is a 36-year ...…
 
Attorney General Maura Healey took our questions and yours on “Ask the AG.” Emily Rooney, host of “Beat the Press,” discussed Betsy DeVos’s attempt to cut Special Olympics funding and shared her famous List. Tech writer Andy Ihnatko looked at Facebook’s push to ban white nationalism from its platform. “Under the Radar” host Callie Crossley weig ...…
 
We kicked off the show by asking our listeners about the recent barrage of high-profile legal cases involving the rich and famous. Does the justice system only work for the wealthy and well-connected? If you’re just a regular Joe Lunchbox in East Overshoe, is the system inherently designed against you? Now that we know the Mueller report was at ...…
 
Today's poem features some wonderful lines from book one of Emily Wilson's recent translation of the Odyssey. Remember: subscribe, rate, review.
 
Our monsters, ourselves: Why creatures repel us, yet attract us. Our latest American Icons segment is about “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” and producer June Thomas reports on how the movie became an audience-participation phenomenon — and gave a sense of belonging to some of those moviegoers who were made to feel like outcasts elsewhere. Kurt ...…
 
Today's poem is Janet Lewis' poem, "Remembered Morning." Remember: subscribe, rate, review!
 
Homeland security expert Juliette Kayyem gave us her take on the Mueller report. We opened up the lines and asked you about Bob Kraft’s apology. Sports reporter Trenni Kusnierek called in from Seattle ahead of Opening Day. Medical ethicist Arthur Caplan looked at a new challenge from the Trump Administration to the Affordable Care Act. WGBH Exe ...…
 
Today's poem is William Wordsworth's pastoral poem, "Lines Written in Early Spring." Remember: subscribe, rate, review!
 
Griffin's favorite open-ended dining arrangement! Rachel's new favorite pastry! Griffin's favorite form of self-awareness! Rachel's favorite personal anecdote! Music: "Money Won't Pay" by bo en and Augustus - https://open.spotify.com/album/7n6zRzTrGPIHt0kRvmWoya
 
Food writer Corby Kummer says you should assume portion sizes at restaurant are twice as big as what you should be eating in one meal.
 
On today’s episode of Boston Public Radio: Is rent control due for a comeback? A group of lawmakers in the Massachusetts House are putting a proposal on the table. We opened up the lines and got your take. Shirley Leung, interim editorial page editor at the Boston Globe, discussed problem pets and equity in the marijuana industry. Congressman S ...…
 
The Mueller report has been submitted. We go over what we know with our political roundtable, featuring former Massachusetts treasurer Shannon O’Brien and political analyst Charlie Chieppo. Legal analyst and former Mueller colleague Michael Zeldin brought us his take on the report. Representative Katherine Clark shared how the report’s findings ...…
 
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