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Season 1 is about the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist: In the early hours of March 18th, 1990, two thieves posing as police officers were admitted into the Gardner Museum in Boston. In 81 minutes they stole 13 pieces of artwork, among the paintings stripped from their frames were works by Vermeer, Degas, and Rembrandt.Season 2 tackles other angles of art crime. We chat w/ owners of an antique store who found a famous stolen painting, we discuss a stolen da Vinci with Turbo, and we dig ...
 
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Simplify Your Small Business Podcast

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Simplify Your Small Business offers quick tips in minutes to help your business grow. Learn expert insights on simple things you can do today to help bring in new customers, enjoy a competitive edge, boost sales, and much more! As an entrepreneur, you’re busy. Now, you can get unique ideas and information to catapult your small business to the next level with these short segments (less than 15 minutes each)!
 
Candy Matson is a radio program on NBC West Coast that aired from June 29, 1949, to May 20, 1951. It centred on Candy Matson, a female private investigator with a wry sense of humour and a penthouse on Telegraph Hill in San Francisco. The program was notable for having a striking female character "without a trace of squeamishness" as well as a veiled gay character in Candy's best friend Rembrandt Watson, voiced by Jack Thomas. Candy's love interest was police detective Ray Mallard, voiced by ...
 
”War and Peace” is a panoramic novel: It is its own justification, and perhaps needs no introduction. It always reminds the translator of a broad and mighty river flowing onward with all the majesty of Fate. On its surface, float swiftly by logs and stumps, cakes of ice, perhaps drowned cattle or men from regions far above. These floating straws, insignificant in themselves, tell the current. Once embark upon it, and it is impossible to escape the onward force that moves you so relentlessly. ...
 
Writer and Filmmaker Miles Preston-Clark brings you an affordably boozy weekly podcast that covers the gambit of pop culture, life advice and everything in between with the help of a colorful array of drunk and disorderly friends and guests. If you would like to submit a question and have it answered on the show, send us an email: cheapliquorpodcast@gmail.com or submit it on our curious cat: https://curiouscat.me/cheapliquorpodcast
 
Today there are nearly three million robots at work in the world, and that number is predicted to increase dramatically – so what does the robotic revolution really mean for us? Join presenter and engineer, Fran Scott, who is on a mission to find out how robots are changing the world around us for the better. From food to healthcare, and education to transport – each episode sees Fran joined by an international panel of experts to explore a different area of our lives, finding out how automa ...
 
Welcome to Burst and Bloom where we have conversations with visual artists about what they do, how they do it and why. I am interested in finding out about what fears and challenges they have faced along their journey and what techniques or thought processes they can share with us when it comes to slaying the DRAGON of resistance! Ideas BURST into our lives and like a gardener, an artist cultivates a beautiful BLOOM for all of us to enjoy. Grab your coffee and let's chat about the artist's life.
 
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By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're talking about: • Yet another unusual ingredient is found in Rembrandt's "Night Watch," • Facial recognition solves art mystery, • Institutions are illegally holding the remains of In…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're talking about: Modernizing Pompeii, 3 historic French laws, And a Mayan throne illegally removed from Guatemala.By Amara Andrew
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're talking about: • an ancient civilization was rediscovered, • NFTs appearing soon in art museums, • the Mona Lisa was stolen, • and how Andy Warhol might be involved in a murder myste…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're talking about: • the meaning behind the Lascaux cave paintings, • the Louvre is cutting their admission rates, • and a wooden sarcophagus returns to Egypt! 🎧 Subscribe on YouTube or …
 
For more than three and a half decades, the disappearance of 12-year-old Jonelle Matthews was a mystery – a riddle neither authorities nor her family members could solve. The residents of her cloistered Colorado hometown had scoured every inch of prairie. Jonelle’s face had been on milk cartons nationwide. Even the President of the United States ha…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're talking about: • An ancient Roman bathhouse in an ancient Egyptian temple, • 275 artifacts saved from a shipwreck, • and the oldest weapons in the Americas have been found! 🎧 Subscri…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're looking at: • a giant ancient kitty, • Nazi looted artwork, • return of the bog bodies, • and guess how much Christie's auction house made in 2022! 🎧 Subscribe on YouTube or wherever…
 
We're continuing our series of episodes on hymn writers And since it's almost Christmas at the time I'm publishing this episode we're going to take a look at the life of the writer of that most popular Christmas song, Silent Night Silent Night was written by Joseph Mohr, an obscure Austrian priest who nearly went unrecognized but who's work has bee…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're looking at: • an 11,000 year old depiction of a man holding his penis, • a slew of celebrities being sued for a secret BAYC affiliation, • and over 200 pre-Columbian artifacts were r…
 
This is the podcast where we look at men and women from the age of the Church whose lives have had an impact for the Kingdom of God with the ultimate goal of finding inspiration and strengthening our faith. This is the second episode in season four of this podcast where we're exclusively focusing on hymn writers. The subject of today's episode wrot…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're looking at: • What ancient Romans ate at sporting events, • skyrocketing art insurance rates, • an ATM that permanently displays your bank balance, • and are the Elgin (Parthenon) Ma…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're looking at: • A fake dinosaur skeleton, • 483 ancient Celtic coins stolen, • and Marie Antoinette's furniture at auction! 🎧 Subscribe on YouTube or wherever you get your podcasts! --…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're looking at: • Ancient underwater statues, • A repatriation story with a happy ending, • AI-generated art is banned from largest anime conventions in the U.S., • And how to piss off B…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're looking at: Ancient Egyptian tattooed mummies, A secret ancient tunnel, 4,000-year-old petroglyphs vandalized, And art spending is at new high! 🎧 Subscribe on YouTube or wherever you…
 
t's been a while since I've been able to record an episode so I thought we'd jump right into what I'm calling season four and for the duration of season four the episodes will focus exclusively on folks who have written some of the greatest hymns this side of heaven. We're going to kick off this season by looking at the life and times of Robert Rob…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're looking at: A $77 million museum cover-up, How you can buy the U.S. Constitution, Is AI-Generated art free from copyright?, And an upside down Piet Mondrian. 🎧 Subscribe on YouTube o…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're looking at: • the tomb of Santa Claus, • a found Artemisia Gentileschi painting, • a historic moment for museum workers, • and why are people protesting with famous artworks? 🎧 Subsc…
 
How does our food go from the farm to our fork? Fran Scott tracks the journeys our meals make, and the robotic innovations that are changing the way industries across the global food supply-chain work. With thanks to Andrea Cassoni, Managing Director, Global Business Line General Industry, Robotics at ABB, Ben Scott-Robinson, CEO of Small Robot Com…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're looking at the rarest image of the Trojan War has just been found, is the art market actually fair to women?, a Frank Lloyd Wright home lists for a shocking price, and a missing Cubi…
 
If art is defined as “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.” then can robots be artists? Fran Scott finds out. With thanks to Jo McLaughlin, host of Jo’s Art History Podcast, Car…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're looking at a 140-year-old pair of jeans with a dark past, are NFTs stocks?, RIP Cartoon Network, and Andy Warhol: Copyright Infringer! 🎧 Subscribe on YouTube or wherever you get your…
 
Our shopping habits and the way we make our purchases are constantly evolving but how are companies changing the way they operate in response to this and where do robots come in? With thanks to Doug Stephens, Founder of Retail Prophet, Ali Raja, ABB Global Marketing & Sales Director, and Manuel Garcia, CEO of Nagami Part of the ABB Decoded Series o…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we're looking at: • Discovery of an Ancient Mayan city, • What the hell does "deaccession" mean?, • The future of the Rosetta Stone, • And a fake Vermeer. 🎧 Subscribe on YouTube or whereve…
 
Climate change and the need for a more sustainable world are the issues that are top of the agenda for all of us around the globe and robotics and discrete automation is playing a major part in the world’s efforts to address these challenges. Join Fran Scott as she discovers what the solutions are, and how they’re being implemented. With thanks to …
 
Links mentioned in this episode: • My Spoopies NFT project - https://spoopies.com/ • My Spoopies NFT project on Opensea - https://opensea.io/collection/spoopies • Betty White Auction Results - https://juliensauctions.com/auction-results?id=409 By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at…
 
There are two definitions when it comes to the word “sustainable”. Firstly, to cause little or no damage to the environment. Secondly, to continue over a long period of time. The Robot Podcast is BACK for season three and kicking things off by exploring that second definition. There’s no doubt that we’re going through changing times – so how do ind…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we’re discussing: • The tomb of Nefertiti, • the future of punk haven, CBGB, • yet another piece of Keith Haring wall art, • and a $1 billion art collection. 🎧 Subscribe on YouTube or wher…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we'll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we’re discussing: • The return of a 2,000 year old relic to Italy, • a desert city that took 50 years to build, • one of the largest diamonds in history, • and how to save a town from war.…
 
By Amara is a weekly art and history news podcast. Every week, we'll take a quick look at what's been going on in the art and history markets. This week, we're looking at a mystery ingredient in a Rembrandt painting, the future of museums, some stolen art, and a piece of Keith Haring wall! 🎧 Subscribe on YouTube or wherever you get your podcasts! -…
 
In this episode we're taking a look at the life of Jinsey Young - a woman who's dedication to Christ and Christian service transcended her era and circumstances. She is known as a light in a place that was darker than a thousand midnights. And, though you might not have ever heard her name, she is certainly qualified to be called a Giant of the Fai…
 
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