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Sidedoor
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More than 154 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults. But where the public’s view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers and astrophysicists, host Haleema Shah sneaks listeners through the Smithsonian’s side door, telling stories that can’t be heard anywhere else. Check out si.edu/sidedoor and follow @SidedoorPod for more info.
 
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Museum Archipelago
Monthly
 
A tiny show guiding you through the rocky landscape of museums. Museum Archipelago believes that no museum is an island and that museums are not neutral. Taking a broad definition of museums, host Ian Elsner brings you to different museum spaces around the world, dives deep into institutional problems, and introduces you to the people working to fix them. Each episode is never longer than 15 minutes, so let’s get started.
 
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Pull the Plug
Weekly
 
Pull the Plug Podcast brings you the best in acoustic talent, paired with the bizarre banter of it's hosts and special guests. Broadcasting from Kitchener, Ontario, it is hosted by Shannon Godelie, Justin Godelie and Justin Briner.
 
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Opening - Dual flush toilet Paperbag by The Estatics Top 10 Berries to Eat - List from Ranker Ghost (Ella Henderson Cover) by ZAYA Fast Walkers vs Slow Walkers - Article from Unilad More Than Looks by Trouble & Daughter Sucks to Suck - Squash championship prizes - 80,000 bees infest home - Firefighters deal with home fire, and also snakes You N ...…
 
Opening - America’s favourite jelly bean flavours How Does a Monkey Write It’s Song? by Ross Hammond Some Absurd Hypothetical Questions - From Reddit Five Feet Deep by One Concession Over Shannon “The Sound” - Submit YOUR sound effect suggestions One Day You Will Be Right by Paul Federici Entertainment Update - Long Shot trailer - Detective Pik ...…
 
The Space Shuttle Atlantis Experience, which opened at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Cape Canaveral, Florida in 2013 brings visitors “nose to nose” with one of the three remaining Space Shuttle orbiters. The team that built it used principles of themed attraction design to introduce visitors to the orbiter and the rest of the exhibits ...…
 
The Space Shuttle Atlantis Experience, which opened at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Cape Canaveral, Florida in 2013 brings visitors “nose to nose” with one of the three remaining Space Shuttle orbiters. The team that built it used principles of themed attraction design to introduce visitors to the orbiter and the rest of the exhibits ...…
 
Opening - Semen face masks The Joy (Against Me Cover) by Jake Brenneman Shannon Does Some Sound Effects - Peter Mayhew, Chewbacca actor, passes away - Michael Winslow is very good at making sounds The Lucky Ones by Trouble & Daughter Sucks to Suck - Woman at Costco wields machete - More than 300 cats found in apartment - Woman hides alligator i ...…
 
Opening - Spike in Herpes after Coachella Sensor by Jake Brenneman Crazy Secrets - Article from theChive Last Time by Jaclyn VanHappen Entertainment Update - Avengers: Endgame breaks all the records - UglyDolls trailer - The Intruder trailer - Long Shot trailer - John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum trailer - A Dog’s Journey trailer - Arctic trail ...…
 
The Museum of Old and New Art opened in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia in 2011. With a name like that, MONA could include any type of art. But looking at the collection, it’s clear that its creator, millionaire gambler David Walsh, has a fascination with sex and death -- and bets that the rest of us do too. Walsh himself calls MONA a “subversive a ...…
 
The Museum of Old and New Art opened in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia in 2011. With a name like that, MONA could include any type of art. But looking at the collection, it’s clear that its creator, millionaire gambler David Walsh, has a fascination with sex and death -- and bets that the rest of us do too. Walsh himself calls MONA a “subversive a ...…
 
Opening - Leafs lost in Game 7…cause of course they did You Oughta Know (Cover) by Jaclyn VanHappen The Death of the Funeral - Article from The Telegraph Killing Spiders by Dress Rehearsal Sucks to Suck - Prison escapee returns, fed up with island life - Undercover cops arrest other undercover cops - Cassowary kills owner - 7 year old hit for n ...…
 
Close your eyes and think of Hawaii. That sound you undoubtedly hear? Well, that’s the ocean. But that other sound floating on the breeze—that’s the steel guitar, an indigenous Hawaiian invention that has influenced country, blues, and rock music since the turn of the 20th century. This time on Sidedoor, we follow a familiar sound with an unexp ...…
 
Opening - The Thirsty Cactus - A tale of two men, and one pair of pants - Phil Marques’ video Colours by Among Millions Side Door - Article from Global News - Side Door website My Heart’s On Fire by Brenan Clarke Sucks to Suck - Australian PM gets confused - The Saga from a Wisconsin Wal-Mart - Colossal python discovered Rough Around the Edges ...…
 
The displays at the Tiagarra Cultural Centre and Museum in Devonport, Tasmania, Australia were built in 1976 by non-indigenous citizens and scientists without consulting Aboriginal Tasmanians. David Gough, chairperson of the Six Rivers Aboriginal Corporation, remembers visiting the museum when he was younger and seeing his own culture presented ...…
 
The displays at the Tiagarra Cultural Centre and Museum in Devonport, Tasmania, Australia were built in 1976 by non-indigenous citizens and scientists without consulting Aboriginal Tasmanians. David Gough, chairperson of the Six Rivers Aboriginal Corporation, remembers visiting the museum when he was younger and seeing his own culture presented ...…
 
Opening - ASMR - Poacher trampled by elephants, eaten by lions - Phil Marques is a goddamn genius More Freedom, Less Government by Drop Dead City Sucks to Suck - Man chooses to live like a dog - Children horrified at movie previews - Baseball field dried by being lit on fire Leave You Behind by Angie Nussey Entertainment Update - Shazam! traile ...…
 
Glittering treasures, gleaming coins, and eye-catching jewelry…gold can be all of these things, but in some parts of the world it's also an enduring link to the past. Gus Casely-Hayford, director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art, takes us on a journey through West Africa to learn how gold was the foundation for massive empire ...…
 
Opening - Fionn MacCool’s - Top Florida stories Like a Drunk by Drop Dead City Music List/Discussion - The 100 Best Pop Punk Bands from Consequence of Sound Sail On by Paul Federici Entertainment Update - Dumbo trailer - Shazam! trailer The Sky by Jake Brenneman Sucks to Suck - Woman has margarita in cup holder - Man chokes cashier over grocery ...…
 
Penal transportation from England to Australia from the late 1700s to the mid-1800s was used to expand Britain's spheres of influence and to reduce overcrowding in British prisons. The male convict experience is well-known, but the Cascades Female Factory in Hobart is at the center of a shift in how Australians think of the role that female con ...…
 
Penal transportation from England to Australia from the late 1700s to the mid-1800s was used to expand Britain's spheres of influence and to reduce overcrowding in British prisons. The male convict experience is well-known, but the Cascades Female Factory in Hobart is at the center of a shift in how Australians think of the role that female con ...…
 
We all know Abraham Lincoln, right? Well, we know one side of him—the grave-faced leader of a troubled country—but behind the face on the penny lies an unlikely jokester. This week, Sidedoor reveals the rascally side of our 16th president, and does it with a brand-new sound.By Smithsonian Institution.
 
Opening - Drones used to plant trees Fool’s Gold by Quite Articulate Pornhub Premium Places - Story from Vice Hiding My Heart (Cover) by Ida Skodt The Worst Chilli Sauce - What you get with Pornhub Premium (SUPER NSFW) - Story from Unilad IDGAF by John Doherty Closing Want to support the show? patreon.com/ptppodcast Use our Amazon affiliate lin ...…
 
In 1960, investigators found dark bits of feather stuck inside a crashed airplane's engines. They needed someone to figure out what bird they belonged to—and how that bird took down a 110,000-pound plane. Enter Roxie Laybourne, a Smithsonian bird expert who not only answered that question, but also invented the science of using feathers to solv ...…
 
Opening - Viral dog video - GoPro for your dick Little Light by Chad Price Sucks to Suck - Man hit in face with bag of dog poop - Woman in China injects herself with liquid fruit - Florida mayor fired after Florida mayor was fired Ghost (Cover) by ZAYA Changing Cheese with Music - Article from Smithsonian Alone by Drop Dead City Closing Want to ...…
 
The fight for racial diversity in museums and other cultural institutions is not new: people of color have been fighting for inclusion in white mainstream museums for over 50 years. Dispose these efforts, change has been limited. A 2018 survey by the Mellon Foundation found that 88% of people in museum leadership positions are white. Stephanie ...…
 
The fight for racial diversity in museums and other cultural institutions is not new: people of color have been fighting for inclusion in white mainstream museums for over 50 years. Dispose these efforts, change has been limited. A 2018 survey by the Mellon Foundation found that 88% of people in museum leadership positions are white. Stephanie ...…
 
Opening - Photos from Nith River Moisters first show - Erection weight lifting - Sporran Keeping Time by Knits & Knots The Safest Drug - Article from Vice The Girl by Evelina Villa The Best Soundtracks - Top 50 from Pitchfork Love and War by Brenan Clarke Entertainment Update - Captain Marvel on Rotten Tomatoes - Dumbo trailer You Girl by Jarek ...…
 
Gladys Bentley loved women, wore men's clothing, and sang bawdy songs that would make sailors blush...and did it openly in the 1920s and 1930s. This was long before the gay rights or the civil rights movements, yet Bentley became a darling of the Harlem Renaissance alongside icons like Langston Hughes and Josephine Baker. While her provocative ...…
 
Opening - Old fashioned cocktail Eyes Form Tears by Stylusboy The Florida Man - Article from NPR - Florida Man on Twitter Made a Mess by Mike Vial Sucks to Suck - School of Rock actor caught shoplifting - Man charged with 5th DUI - Czech man mauled by lion Heart’s Dust by Among Millions Entertainment Update - Captain Marvel trailer - Crimes of ...…
 
Opening - Atticus shirt - Taco Bell opening first ‘slide thru’ - Nite River Moisters Cities by Nith River Moisters Our Top 5 Video Games - Top 50 Video Games from Business Insider - Pull the Plug Plays The Long Dark Golden Days by Justin Briner Sucks to Suck - IBM’s recruitment page is a liiiiiitle racist - Humpback whale found in Amazon jungle ...…
 
There’s a new tool in young-Earth creationists' quest for scientific legitimacy: the museum. Over the past 25 years, dozens of so-called creation museums have been built, including the Answers in Genesis (AiG) Creation Museum in Kentucky. Borrowing the style of natural history museums and science centers, these public display spaces use the for ...…
 
There’s a new tool in young-Earth creationists' quest for scientific legitimacy: the museum. Over the past 25 years, dozens of so-called creation museums have been built, including the Answers in Genesis (AiG) Creation Museum in Kentucky. Borrowing the style of natural history museums and science centers, these public display spaces use the for ...…
 
In the mid-1990s, investigators identified a mysterious and seemingly unstoppable killer. Its name? Chytrid. Its prey? Frogs. Since then, the disease has ravaged frog populations worldwide, and despite decades of research there’s still no cure. So, like modern-day Noahs, a group of Smithsonian researchers have resorted to a time-honored plan: b ...…
 
It's our 300th episode, so we decided to change it up a bit with a LIVE Facebook show! Enjoy I guess. Seriously though, thank you so damn much for listening. Find all the Show Notes at www.ptppodcast.com Want to support the show? patreon.com/ptppodcast Use our Amazon affiliate linkand buy ALL THE THINGS Want to reach out to us? Email: contact@p ...…
 
In the 1970s and ’80s, Cheech Marin was famous for being half of the stoner comedy duo "Cheech and Chong." Today, he’s a passionate advocate for Chicano art and is raising awareness around a uniquely Mexican American aesthetic: rasquachismo. In this episode of Sidedoor, Cheech Marin is our guide to the wildly creative and ingenious world of ras ...…
 
Joe Galliano came up with the idea for Queer Britain, the UK’s national LGBTQ+ museum, during the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalization of homosexual acts in England and Wales. Discouraged by the focus on male homosexuality and on legislation, he launched a bid to preserve histories that have been ignored or destroyed. If all goes w ...…
 
Joe Galliano came up with the idea for Queer Britain, the UK’s national LGBTQ+ museum, during the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalization of homosexual acts in England and Wales. Discouraged by the focus on male homosexuality and on legislation, he launched a bid to preserve histories that have been ignored or destroyed. If all goes w ...…
 
Opening - The Coffeehouse Crowd Changes by Kevin Foster Getting Time Off to Date - Kevin Foster’s GoFundMe - Article from The Mirror You Girl by Jarek Hardy Entertainment Update - Academy Awards 2019 Nominations - What Women Want trailer - Happy Death Day 2U trailer - Groundhog Day - How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World trailer The Memory ...…
 
Opening - Pueef - Quofe Myself to Blame by Drop Dead City Fried Chicken Will Kill You…Duh? - Article from CNN The Diary of Amy Brigs by Ida Skodt Sucks to Suck - Tourist holds incredibly venomous octopus - Crystal dildos are a thing - Man is bitten by a spider on his penis…again Pens and Hammers by Pretty to Think Entertainment Update - The Leg ...…
 
Happy New Year! We’re busy working on a new batch of Sidedoor episodes and while you wait, we wanted to re-share a story we like from the fall, just in case you missed it the first time around. From 6,000-year-old cave paintings to silver screen stars in movies like Free Willy, whales have long captured the human imagination. And it makes sense ...…
 
In American history most often told, the vitality of Black activism has been obscured in favor of celebrating white-lead movements. In the 19th century, an enormous network of African American activists created a series of state and national political meetings known as the Colored Conventions Movement. The Colored Conventions Project (CCP) is a ...…
 
In American history most often told, the vitality of Black activism has been obscured in favor of celebrating white-lead movements. In the 19th century, an enormous network of African American activists created a series of state and national political meetings known as the Colored Conventions Movement. The Colored Conventions Project (CCP) is a ...…
 
Opening - A&W burger lineup - Evolutionary Leftovers Alone by Drop Dead City Women Describe Bad Sex - Article from Vice Sensor by Jake Brenneman Sucks to Suck - Bald eagle found in a freezer - Third of vegetarians eat meat when drunks - Guy injects himself with his own semen Lincoln Learning French by Little City Entertainment Update - Dragon B ...…
 
Opening - Dill pickle Doritos - Hurricane cocktail No Diggity (Cover) by Jukebox Romeos Woodstock Anniversary - Article from Rolling Stone The Priest by Ivory Hours Sucks to Suck - Teenager crashes car after doing Bird Box challenge - Man has entire room covered in tin foil - Woman drinks wine from Pringles can Golden Days by Justin Briner Ente ...…
 
Opening - Amazon affiliate link Heroin by Connor Graham Pornhub’s 2018 Review - Year in Review from Pornhub - Bowsette cosplay Ten Years by The King Heat Ensemble Sucks to Suck - Fake nude photos debunked by foot fetishists - Man claims needles in rectum aren’t his - Man licks doorbell for 3 hours Thinking Out Loud/Let’s Get It On by Chad Price ...…
 
Lana Pajdas is the founder of Fun Museums, a heritage and culture travel blog with a radical idea: museums are fun. It is the guiding principle of her museum marketing, consulting work, and even her photographs. In this episode, Pajdas describes Heritage Sites in her native Croatia, from the interpretation of the 1991 Battle of Vukovar at the V ...…
 
Lana Pajdas is the founder of Fun Museums, a heritage and culture travel blog with a radical idea: museums are fun. It is the guiding principle of her museum marketing, consulting work, and even her photographs. In this episode, Pajdas describes Heritage Sites in her native Croatia, from the interpretation of the 1991 Battle of Vukovar at the V ...…
 
You know Amelia Earhart, but did you know she was just one of a daring group of women aviators who defied both expectations and gravity in the 1920s? They called themselves the Ninety-Nines, and they’re still flying today as an organization dedicated to the advancement of women pilots. This time on Sidedoor, we time-travel to the Roaring ‘20s t ...…
 
Find all the Show Notes at www.ptppodcast.comWant to support the show?patreon.com/ptppodcastUse our Amazon affiliate link and buy ALL THE THINGSWant to reach out to us?Email: contact@ptppodcast.com Twitter: twitter.com/ptppodcastWebsite: ptppodcast.comFacebook: facebook.com/ptppodcastJust like one of us?Shannon Bryan: twitter.com/xoradioxoJusti ...…
 
Find all the Show Notes at www.ptppodcast.comWant to support the show?patreon.com/ptppodcastUse our Amazon affiliate link and buy ALL THE THINGSWant to reach out to us?Email: contact@ptppodcast.com Twitter: twitter.com/ptppodcastWebsite: ptppodcast.comFacebook: facebook.com/ptppodcastJust like one of us?Shannon Bryan: twitter.com/xoradioxoJusti ...…
 
Meet Eadweard Muybridge, a pioneering and eccentric photographer from the 1800s whose work changed how people understood movement, and paved the way for the invention of motion pictures. But this inventor, artist, and showman also made a name for himself for something much less savory: murder. This time on Sidedoor, come for the ingenuity and s ...…
 
Find all the Show Notes at www.ptppodcast.comWant to support the show?patreon.com/ptppodcastUse our Amazon affiliate link and buy ALL THE THINGSWant to reach out to us?Email: contact@ptppodcast.com Twitter: twitter.com/ptppodcastWebsite: ptppodcast.comFacebook: facebook.com/ptppodcastJust like one of us?Shannon Bryan: twitter.com/xoradioxoJusti ...…
 
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