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Camiño por prescripción médica. Vale, tamén porque o disfruto. Neste falangullo fálovos das cousas que se me pasan pola cabeza mentras pasan os kilómetros Versión en castellano: https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-km-gratis_sq_f1645145_1.html
 
A monthly conversation about books and ideas on NTS Radio hosted by friends Carrie Plitt, a literary agent, and Octavia Bright, a writer and academic. Each show features an author interview, book recommendations, lively discussion and a little music too, all built around a related theme - anything from the novella to race to masculinity. Listen live on NTS Radio www.nts.live
 
The sailor scout that they forgotten. Sailor scout of the earth! Come join me in topics that include voice acting, anime, life on YouTube and just being a big sister to all. So bring a warrant! Jk I mean bring your friends! YouTube channel: SailorP2000 Twitch Channel: QueenPPlays Instagram: @pookieduke3 Twitter:@anggiepu23 Snapchat: pookieduke23
 
This Podcast is about my personal, but also about a lot of other peoples enthusiasm for art. What these people have in common is their love for art and their life with art. Art will be at the center of all our talks and as art touches on all parts of life - we talk all parts of life! I hope to get you on board, to inspire you and also to tell you interesting stories you might enjoy listening to. For more information follow us on instagram @voicesonart and @van_horn_duesseldorf or go to our w ...
 
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Hi 👋 It’s me Rayi aka mumolabs 😉 This podcast is going to talk about digital product, design and technology how it can be a fun and valuable for everything ✊If you have any question just drop email hello@mumolabs.com . This podcast will be in Bahasa Indonesia.
 
Stop Coding Automation Podcast hosted by Ajamo Adams, comes off the back of his Amazon Bestseller “Stop Coding, Learn to test automate without coding and get that automation testing job”. It is a step-by-step guide into the new way of software testing and automation, using ground-breaking and sometimes codeless testing tools.This Podcast will let you in on the processes and frameworks you should master, useful tips to make you the most eligible candidate in a job interview and all the little ...
 
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En nia laŭvica elsendo ni sondokumente akompanas al la 107-a UK en Montrealo. Antaŭmikrofone ni gastigas la prezidanton de UEA, Duncan Charters kun kiu ni interparolas pri la estrarelekto, lia rekandidatiĝo por la posteno de la prezidanto, pri ŝanĝoj okazintaj en UEA, Komitatkunsidoj kaj lia persona kontribuo al la kongresa programo kadre de la mar…
 
Hey scouts! First and foremost, we have to make sure that we’re staying safe because monkey poxs is very serious and we have to stay on top of it. So please try your very best to stay clean and sanitize your hands and wash our bodies. And keep your masks with you. But for today’s story we’re reading about Dragon Boy. A boy named TangTong goes on a …
 
La novuman ganton, kiu interpretas la gestan lingvon prilaboris kvin lernantoj el la dua klaso de la Akademia Mezlernejo ĉe la Bjalistoka Teknologia Universitato. La Laboro pri la ganto, difinata kiel Sensora Tradukanto de la Gesta Lingvo, komenciĝis dum lecjonoj de robotiko. La laboron de junaj inventistoj motivis la patrino de iu el la lernantoj,…
 
La 1183-a E_elsendo el la 06.08.2022 ĉe www.pola-retradio.org: En nia laŭvica elsendo ni sondokumente akompanas al la 107-a UK en Montrealo. Antaŭmikrofone ni gastigas la prezidanton de UEA, Duncan Charters kun kiu ni interparolas pri la estrarelekto, lia rekandidatiĝo por la posteno de la prezidanto, pri ŝanĝoj okazintaj en UEA, Komitatkunsidoj ka…
 
En sia raporto la viprezidanto de UEA, Fernando Maia prezentas kelkajn aspektojn de la nunjara kongreso ligitaj kun la postpandemiaj sekvoj. Pro ili kaj ankaŭ kelkfojaj vizproblemoj verŝajne ne eblos en Montrealo renkontiĝi kun ĉiuj aliĝintoj, tamen jam multaj esperantistoj, ĉefe partoprenintaj la antaŭkongreson povis ĝui la kongresan etoson. El la…
 
D-rinoj Anna Guzy kaj Magdalena Ochwat el la Interbranĉa Esplorcentro pri Humanisma Edukado ĉe la Silezia Universitato en Katowice prilaboris studaĵon titolitan „Lernantoj rilate al la klimatŝanĝoj”. Ĝi baziĝis sur enketo, kiun partoprenis entute 2181 lernantoj inter la 10-a kaj la 19-a vivojaroj en la silezia vojevodio (la suda Pollando). La enket…
 
La 1182-a E_elsendo el la 05.08.2022 ĉe www.pola-retradio.org: Nia hodiaŭa elsendo fokusiĝas ĉirkaŭ la 107-a UK, kiu oficiale estos inaŭgurita dimanĉe, la 7-an de aŭgusto, sed jam morgaŭ en Montrealo kunsidos la Komitato de UEA kaj vespere disvolviĝos la Movada Foiro. En la kongresetoson enkondukas nin per speciala sonraporteto Fernando Maia, vicpr…
 
James Vaughan on Il Cinema Ritrovato: Muratova, Mambéty, and More!Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. Il Cinema Ritrovato is an incredible film festival of restorations, revivals, and retrospectives that takes place every year in Bologna, Italy. It’s a source of discovery (and/or envy) for many film lovers, and so when I…
 
How to build, sustain and develop an Enterprise with integrity? Tony Karman, founder and president of Expo Chicago, Chicago's art fair, talks in a personal and open way about the importance art fairs have within the eco system of the art world as well as for the civic society of a city. Tony talks his special relation to Chicago, his commitment to …
 
La 1181-a E_elsendo el la 30.07.2022 ĉe www.pola-retradio.org En la felietono pri koninda polo ni proksimigas la silueton de unu el la plej gravaj polaj fizikistoj, Mieczysław Wolfke en la 75-a datreveno de lia morto, kio por la pola fizikista medio estis la okazo lanĉi la 2022-an kiel la Jaron al li dediĉitan. Komencaj kulturrilataj informoj rilat…
 
La Pola Nacia Muzeo en la kastelo en Rapperswil, Svislando, dum pli ol 150 jaroj estis centro de la pola scienca kaj socia vivo en elmigrejo. Post la dua mondmilito oni planis establi tie centron de sovetia propagando, kio ne okazis. La Muzeo en Rapperswil renovigis sian aktivadon en 1975 dank’ al la pola-svisa Societo de Amikoj de la Pola Muzo en …
 
La artverkoj de la franca grafiko el la limperiodo de la 19-a kaj 20-a jarcentoj, el la kolekto de la Nacia Muzeo en Krakovo, estos prezentitaj ekde septembro en la Kulturcentro Zamek en Poznań (la okcidenta Pollando). Oni prezentos pli ol 100 grafikaĵojn de la plej elstaraj francaj artistoj el ĉi tiu periodo, kiel Pierre Bonnard, Jules Chéret, Luc…
 
Nunjare pasis la 75-a mortodatreveno de unu el la plej gravaj polaj fizikistoj, Mieczysław Wolfke. Krome nunjare oni notas la 100-jariĝon de lia enposteniĝo kiel profesoro pri fiziko en la Varsovia Politekniko. Tiuokaze la Pola Fizika Societo, la Varsovia Politekniko, la Pola Fotonika Asocio kaj la Komitato pri Fiziko de la Pola Akademio de la Scie…
 
When does fandom tip over into unhealthy obsession? What are the power dynamics of being someone's fan, and how do they get exploited? This month author Sheena Patel joins Carrie to talk about her debut, I'm A Fan, a novel that gets to grips with power and relationships and what it means to be a fan. Octavia came back for the show chat to continue …
 
Rico Gagliano and Eric Hynes on Memorable Moviehouses and MoreWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. Recently, the MUBI Podcast launched a new season of episodes, "Only in Theaters," about the way certain films and moviehouses have intertwined histories, such as the Elgin in New York and the midnight movie phenomenon. So I …
 
In this Episode Heather Hubbs, Director of NADA, NYC talks her upbbringing in a small town near Chicago and how she started discovering her interest in art. She explores her early days in Chicago, working in different fields of the art world where she realized that the big event of an art fair - where one is exposed to so many different things at t…
 
Amy Taubin on Tribeca 2022 + Leos Carax’s Pola X (extended TV version) + Artists SpaceWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. This week I was delighted to catch up with Amy Taubin to discuss the latest edition of the Tribeca festival and other recent viewing. We share some of our highlights from the festival, and we also mul…
 
Note: Sorry scouts towards the end my phone kept getting Twitter notifications and had got a Snapchat. So a little bit of what I was saying got skipped at the end. But this story is another wild one. It’s about a dragon being in a refrigerator and a young man looking for beer 🍺😅--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a po…
 
For this month's minisode, we thought we'd give our listeners a preview of some of the bonus minisodes that we're creating for our patreon subscribers. This is one we recorded in May 2021, and it's all about the history of Literary Friction. We had a lot of fun thinking back to when we were baby interviewers, so listen in for the fruits of Carrie's…
 
So taking a little break from summer reading to talk about the Roe Vs Wade. It’s totally not fair to us women. They’re basically taking a step back. And it’s not for the sake of the country it’s for the sake of the money. And white folks need to clean it up.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor…
 
Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Memoria with Kong RithdeeWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The movie Memoria from director Apichatpong Weerasethakul is still in U.S. theaters. That's thanks to a gradual rollout by its distributor NEON -- which means that many listeners might be watching the film for the first time now. I’m…
 
This month we're bringing you an author special with Elif Batuman, who joined Carrie in cyberspace to talk about her hilarious and original second novel Either/Or. In this extended interview, they discussed what makes a novel political, snobberies about structure and storytelling, learning to be funny on Twitter, the allure of the '90s, and much mo…
 
We continue on with summer reading with Pola & Roid. Roid faces off with a giant crab in rock 🪨 paper 📑 scissors ✂️ and wins. Then the emperor gaganbo arrives and is defeat easily. The crew returned earth but in the prehistoric era! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Ep. 127: Shonni Enelow on Acting and Absorption in Joanna Hogg’s Films, plus WandaWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. My guest this week is scholar Shonni Enelow, talking about her book in progress about acting in the films of Joanna Hogg. I have always enjoyed reading Enelow’s writing on the subject (including an especi…
 
In Thomas Seelig's life and career photography takes center stage. Originally taking off to become a Photo Journalist and Photographer himself, Thomas soon understood that working with photography can take many forms and that photography itself is a fluid, ever changing medium. During his studies, still practicing the art himself, Thomas set out, w…
 
Spring is finally really happening here in the UK: the roses are out, we’ve swapped our coats for jackets, we even had dinner together outside the other night and watching the city come to life made us think about parties. Remember them? Parties! Outfits! Strangers in close proximity! The agony and the ecstasy of all that might happen... So, listen…
 
Cannes #12 with Manohla Dargis: Broker, Hollywood at Cannes, Leila’s Brothers, Mother and Son, Triangle of SadnessWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. My Cannes Film Festival series in conversation with critics has its grand finale with the return of the one and only Manohla Dargis of The New York Times. We discuss Hiroka…
 
Cannes #11 with Justin Chang: Showing Up, Tori and Lokita, Close, 3000 Years of LongingWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The highlights from the 2022 Cannes Film Festival continue with critic Justin Chang of The Los Angeles Times. We discuss Kelly Reichardt’s Showing Up with some behind-the-scenes tidbits, Jean-Pierre …
 
Cannes #10 with Jessica Kiang: Holy Spider, Corsage, Metronom, Showing UpWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The highlights from the 2022 Cannes Film Festival continue with critic Jessica Kiang, who has been filing reviews for Variety throughout the festival. We discuss Ali Abbasi’s controversial serial killer thriller H…
 
Cannes #9 with Mark Asch: Triangle of Sadness, Enys Men, Aftersun, HuntWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The highlights from the Cannes Film Festival continue with critic Mark Asch joining the show again. We discuss Ruben Östlund’s second Palme d’Or winner, Triangle of Sadness; Mark Jenkin’s Enys Men; Charlotte Wells’s…
 
Cannes #8 with Jonathan Romney: Park Chan-wook’s Decision to Leave, Burning Days, The Super-8 Years, Blue CaftanWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The highlights from the Cannes Film Festival continue with critic Jonathan Romney, who has been writing for Screen Daily throughout the 2022 edition. We discuss Park Chan-woo…
 
Cannes #7 with Jordan Cronk: Stars at Noon, Pacifiction, Fogo-Fatuo, Diary of a Fleeting AffairWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The highlights from the Cannes Film Festival continue with critic Jordan Cronk, one of the show’s festival stalwarts, who’ll be writing a report on Cannes 2022 for Artforum. We discuss the se…
 
Cannes #6 with Eric Hynes: De Humani Corporis Fabrica, R.M.N., Return to Seoul, Godland, JoylandWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The highlights from the Cannes Film Festival continue with Eric Hynes, curator of film at Museum of the Moving Image, who joins to discuss body doc De Humani Corporis Fabrica (from Verena Pa…
 
Cannes #5 with Eric Hynes: War Pony, Rodeo, Brother and SisterWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The highlights from the Cannes Film Festival continue with Eric Hynes, curator of film at Museum of the Moving Image, who joins to discuss Arnaud Desplechin’s Brother and Sister, starring Marion Cotillard and Melvil Poupaud,…
 
Berlin based artist Pola Sieverding learned to see the world through the lens of cultural production from a very young age, as she stems - already in the third generation - from a family of photographers and artists. After first having explored her wish to become an actress, she decided to stay behind the camera, instead in front of it. Pola talks …
 
Ep. 118: Cannes #4 with Amy Taubin: Crimes of the Future and Forever Young (Les Amandiers)Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The highlights from the Cannes Film Festival continue in this very special episode with critic Amy Taubin, who joins to discuss David Cronenberg’s hotly anticipated Crimes of the Future, about a w…
 
Ep. 117: Cannes #3 with Eric Hynes: Eo, Armageddon Time, and Ukraine documentary Mariupolis 2Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The highlights from the Cannes Film Festival continue with Eric Hynes, curator of film at the Museum of the Moving Image. We talk on an especially lively terrace at Cannes about Jerzy Skolimows…
 
Hey scouts! Summer reading starts now! And our first story is from the creator of Dragon ball and Dragon ball Z Akira Toriyama’s manga theater 🎭. Stories that the creator wrote before dragon ball. Now this story is about a pilot trying to get back home. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/…
 
Ep. 116: Cannes #2 with Mark Asch: Scarlet, Tchaikovsky’s Wife, Top Gun Maverick, HarkaWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The highlights from the Cannes Film Festival continue with a deluxe episode with critic Mark Asch, a delightful correspondent of the show at last summer’s edition of the festival. We talk about recen…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. I’m back at the Cannes Film Festival after a pandemic absence and couldn’t be more delighted to share the latest and greatest in films with you. For the kick-off episode, I’m joined by Eric Hynes, curator of film at the Museum of the Moving Image and writing about Cannes for Reverse Sh…
 
Who gets to decide what a 'classic' is? And how and why do some books get reintroduced to us years after they were first published? This month we're continuing a conversation we started four years ago with Jennifer Hodgson and Nell Dunn about literary rediscoveries, with our guest, author and translator Lauren Elkin. Lauren joined us to talk about …
 
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