The Orphans is a cinematic sci-fi audio drama about survival in a harsh universe: castaways on a hostile world, A.I.s with unprecedented emotions, strangers who share faces, love and loss in a far-flung future. Each season explores a new vantage point in an ever-expanding and inter-connected galaxy.
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Hosted by Joshua Dummer and the cream of Caixin's journalists this is your one stop shop for everything you need to know about China, the world of business and the economy. Tune in for our an award-winning finance, economics, and investigative journalism straight from China's most respected newsroom.
This podcast is to honor the teachings of the MFCEO Project and is in no way affiliated with Andy and his team. My name is Michael, and I currently own my own business, it is in it's 4th year of operation. I own a classic brick and mortar property maintenance company and not a fake business like most online kids my age do. One thing I hear Andy constantly complaining about is the fact that his viewers tell him "it's easy to talk about success when you already have it." Well I'm here to show ...
Aphra Behn was the first woman writer in England to make a living by her pen, and her novel Oroonoko was the first work published in English to express sympathy for African slaves. Perhaps based partly on Behn's own experiences living in Surinam, the novel tells the tragic story of a noble slave, Oroonoko, and his love Imoinda. The work was an instant success and was adapted for the stage in 1695 (and more recently by the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1999). Behn's work paved the way for wome ...
The Heroes: Reborn After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of NBC's Heroes: Reborn.Show Summary: A year ago, a terrorist attack in Odessa, Texas, left the city decimated. Blamed for the tragic event, those with extraordinary abilities are in hiding or on the run from those with nefarious motives.
What more could there possibly be to say about Impressionist painter Claude Monet? A lot, it turns out. In this five-part podcast series, Stefania Van Dyke, senior interpretive specialist at the Denver Art Museum, shares conversations with non-art experts, who respond to Monet's work through the lens of their unique expertise. You'll hear from a Paris historian, an aquatics curator, a geologist, a therapeutic horticulturalist, and a weather historian. This podcast was produced by Postmodern ...
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Dear Anathema family We will beat this. This virus has no chance against the human spirit. Everyday I hear heartwarming stories of people coming together in one way or another for the benefit of the for the greater good. I can feel it in the air. To our beloved health care professionals across the world we send our most sincere thanks. And to all who are on the front line. We are very sorry that our “We’re here because we’re here” 10 year anniversary tour was postponed. Today is actually the ...
In seventeenth century Venice, a wealthy and debauched man discovers that the woman he is infatuated with is secretly married to a Moorish general in the Venetian army. He shares his grief and rage with a lowly ensign in the army who also has reason to hate the general for promoting a younger man above him. The villainous ensign now plots to destroy the noble general in a diabolical scheme of jealousy, paranoia and murder, set against the backdrop of the bloody Turkish-Venetian wars. This ti ...
Elnora Comstock is a sixteen year old girl who lives on the edge of the famous Limberlost swamp in Indiana. Her widowed mother is a cold and bitter woman who deprives Elnora of all that a young girl's heart desires. The mother lives in a fog of depression caused by Elnora's father's tragic death on the night Elnora was born. She ekes out a living from a small poultry business, but refuses to exploit the resources of the forest land around her like the rest of their neighbors. Elnora is a bri ...
When tested by major catastrophes, the medical community has responded. We banded together to provide emergency medical care and ongoing relief after the earthquake in Haiti and Hurricane Katrina, while the September 11thattacks brought out the best in medical response teams and care providers. Yet every emergency presents unique challenges and learning opportunities. ReachMD scrutinizes our disaster medicine plans, preparedness protocols, and emergency response capabilities. How are we prep ...
Truth in Politics. Is it even possible to discuss truth in a safe way in a polarized United States? It is hard to imagine a safe conversation with your friends, co-workers, and family discussing the nation’s biggest issues. What it would be like to listen to and watch political discussions without the current reactivity, meltdown, or withdrawal? By listening in on the Purchasing Truth podcast with host Bill Stierle and moderator Tom, you will experience a discussion on why the restoration of ...
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The Breaking Health Podcast features the innovators, investors and entrepreneurs who are building the technology and tools to break down and build up the country’s ailing health care system. With seasoned health care investor Steve Krupa, CEO of the Psilos Group, as host, Breaking Health delivers the earliest insights on the ongoing Digital Health Revolution.
At the U.S. Capitol, Joe Biden is inaugurated as the 46th president. NPR special coverage includes Lady Gaga singing the National Anthem, swearing in of Biden and Kamala Harris, and Biden's speech.By Michel Martin
President-elect Biden prepares to be inaugurated as the 46th U.S. president. His team confirms this is a working day for him. He'll sign a range of executive orders after he takes the oath of office.By Scott Detrow
When President Trump left the White House, he stopped by and spoke to reporters. He did not take any questions but he did thank the press. Trump later addressed supporters at Joint Base Andrews.By Steve Inskeep
When President Trump left Washington aboard Air Force One, he only had a few hours left in office. At noon, he will again be a private citizen when President-elect Joe Biden takes the oath of office.By Noel King
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to members of the NPR politics team — Tamara Keith, Ron Elving, Scott Detrow and Franco Ordoñez — about Trump's departure, which caps a tumultuous four years in office.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Steve Inskeep and Scott Detrow talk to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, co-chair of the Presidential Inaugural Committee, about Joe Biden's inaugural message of unity, and the divisions his team faces.By KUOW Staff
The Museum of London has acquired the famous Trump Baby Balloon, portraying the 45th president as a diaper wearing baby. Matthew Bonner made it ahead of Trump's first visit to London as president.By KUOW Staff
In today’s episode: why an influential figure is arguing couples should dig through each other’s personal histories before getting hitched; drugmaker’s shenanigans reflect on China’s challenges with cross-border financial fraud; and Volkswagen steps up its rivalry with Tesla by rolling out new electric SUV.…
Years ago Richard Escobedo of San Antonio lost his class ring. Since then, he haunts pawn shops, buying rings and using identifying marks to get the rings back to their owners.By KUOW Staff
Many musicians will perform in a celebration of Joe Biden's inauguration, including the Foo Fighters. Band leader Dave Grohl explains how he got involved, and how he picked the song they will perform.By KUOW Staff
Since the first case, 400,000 people in the U.S. have died. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Dr. Celine Gounder, a member of Biden's COVID-19 task force, about the administration's pandemic priorities.By KUOW Staff
As part of the bigger picture in the agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, Israel is redefining peace as something that does not require concessions in land.By Daniel Estrin
For 100 straight days, Jason Zgonc played his trumpet outside Emory Decatur Hospital near Atlanta to cheer up exhausted health care workers, who were caring for COVID-19 patients.By KUOW Staff
In this week's episode: The U.S. adds nine Chinese companies to a Department of Defense blacklist for alleged ties to Chinese military organizations; President-elect Joe Biden appoints two senior National Security Council officials to Asia-Pacific and China positions; and stronger-than-anticipated demand for personal protective equipment drives Chi…
Do you ever wish restaurant menus would play it straight? The owner of Cuisine AuntDai in Montreal offers his opinions of dishes. His brutally honest reviews have gone viral.By KUOW Staff
In today’s episode: people close to the matter provide sinister insights into the man accused of poisoning gaming studio chief Lin Qi; how Douyin and other short-video platforms may have inadvertently contributed to wildlife trafficking; and with 2.3% GDP growth, China looks like it might be the only major economy to experience an expansion in 2020…
January 6th was the day violence erupted in the US Capital, when a mob of Donald Trump supporters charged the Capitol building. If there is one positive benefit anyone can gather from this event, it is an understanding of how powerfully our words matter. This was evident throughout Trump’s presidency, including the day that his words sparked this a…
Robbie Pruitt, the assistant rector for a Virginia church, thought perhaps someone really needed his bike. He has invited people to donate old bikes, and he repairs them to give to needy families.By KUOW Staff
President-elect Biden is heading to Washington from Delaware as President Trump works through his last full day in office. Washington, D.C. is locked down ahead of Wednesday's inaugural ceremonies.By Mara Liasson
The inauguration of President-elect Biden will look different from the past — with no crowds and troops guarding the Capitol. But the oath of office remains the same.By KUOW Staff
President-elect Biden has pledged to quickly end the Trump administration's travel ban on Muslim-majority countries. But immigrant advocates say the lasting effects of policy will be harder to undo.By Joel Rose
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to retired Gen. Gregory Newbold about why he thinks President-elect Biden's choice to lead the Pentagon, retired Gen. Lloyd Austin, is right for the job.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with former National Security Council official Javed Ali about the security operation in advance of Inauguration Day, and an FBI warning of armed protests nationwide.By KUOW Staff
A Century ago, English magician P.T. Selbit debuted a trick in London: He sawed a woman in half. The illusion continues to be popular with audiences, and magicians are always looking for volunteers.By KUOW Staff
It was thought that there was only one turtle left — he's in a zoo in China. But scientists found a female in a lake in Vietnam last fall. They are hoping the two will become more than friends.By KUOW Staff
In today’s episode: exploring the next U.S. administration’s approach to Beijing; Xiaomi has been added to Washington’s notorious "entity list"; and how taxing the nation’s rapidly expanding digital economy has become a major headache for policymakers.
The anti-vaccine movement has existed in various forms for decades. The Internet and social media created a surge in misinformation. We profile a mother who got pulled in, and how she got out.By KUOW Staff
Protests were expected Sunday at state capitols across the country ahead of the Wednesday's inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden. We look at how the day went, what's expected in the coming days.By Sarah McCammon
Some of the extremists who assaulted the Capitol are Christian nationalists. They believe they are on a divine mission to challenge government institutions in the name of God.By Tom Gjelten
On Tuesday, it will be a year since the first case of COVID-19 was reported in the U.S. Now there are almost 24 million cases and nearly 400,000 people are dead.By Allison Aubrey
This week we interview Jose Quiroz about how companies of all sizes can increase their brand awareness and digital footprint through a few simple tricks.
The TWiVy team deconstructs CoronaVac, the inactivated SARS-CoV-2 vaccine produced by Sinovac Biotech, and production of multivalent camelid nanobodies that block infection with the virus and suppress selection of neturalization-resistant variants. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Alan Dove, Rich Condit, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (…
In COVID-19 clinical update #45, Daniel Griffin discusses J&J Ad26 vaccine results, reactogenicity after the second dose of mRNA vaccines, expansion of vaccine eligibility, and the finding that encephalitis after SARS-CoV-2 infection is a cytokine release syndrome. Hosts: Daniel Griffin and Vincent Racaniello Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcas…
Ugandan opposition candidate Bobi Wine faced longtime President Yoweri Museveni in yesterday's election, official results are expected on Saturday.By KUOW Staff
Jill Stretton of Australia and Cathie Alexander of Scotland have been pen pals since 1950. They didn't meet in person until 1982, but they feel like lifelong friends.By KUOW Staff
When everyone thought President Donald Trump couldn't surprise us any longer, his phone call with Georgia's Secretary of the State Brad Raffensperger gets leaked. Many are flabbergasted with its length and borderline mob boss feeling, but its course could have been changed (and dramatically shortened) if empathy lines were put into good use. Bill S…
In today’s episode: consumer group accuses internet giants of using data-based algorithms to put consumers at a disadvantage; the nation’s tipple of choice, baijiu, gets a new English name to attract international fans; and the father of China’s lunar mission has called on the country to establish a space station orbiting the moon.…
Paul O'Sullivan of Baltimore was perusing social media, and friending people who shared his name. Some were musicians like him. They've formed The Paul O'Sullivan Band and released their first single.By KUOW Staff
With impeachment trial and pandemic response, VP-elect Harris stresses need to multitask. States prepare for violence ahead of inauguration. And, more people are charged in Flint water crisis case.By KUOW Staff
State capitals have been warned of potential armed protests and violence in the days leading up to President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration. We hear from reporters in Virginia, Michigan and Oregon.By Whittney Evans
The coronavirus has been responsible for massive business closures, but figures show Americans are still starting businesses at the fastest rate in more than a decade.By Brittany Cronin
President-elect Biden and Democrats in Congress have called Trump's insistence that the election was rigged the "big lie." The term has roots in Nazi Germany and echoes throughout fascist states.By Melissa Block
NPR's Tonya Mosley talks to House Majority Whip James Clyburn of South Carolina after Trump's impeachment for incitement of insurrection. The article now goes to the Senate, which convenes next week.By KUOW Staff
Members of the U.S. Capitol Police and D.C. police were overpowered by a violent mob storming the Capitol Building. There were also a few officers that appeared to sympathize with the mob.By Leila Fadel
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to political strategist Mike Murphy, an adviser to a coalition called Republican Voters Against Trump, about what the impeachment vote means for the future of the party.By KUOW Staff
Fred Paul and Florence Harvey had gone their separate ways and married different people. After each of their spouses died, a chance encounter brought them together. Three days later, they were wed.By KUOW Staff
State Rep. John Mark Windle introduced the bill in Nashville. He said Dolly Parton is the "perfect example" of the "kind, compassionate nature of Tennesseans."By KUOW Staff
In today’s episode: Ele.me faces tough questions after driver takes drastic action to protest withheld pay; how safe is your data in the world’s second-largest economy; and autonomous vehicles could soon go for a test spin on China’s highways.
The Senate next week considers the impeachment resolution against President Trump. Why wasn't a threat report produced ahead of last week's pro-Trump rally? And, Arizona opens mass vaccination sites.By Tonya Mosley
A calico cat named Patches, who was presumed killed in a 2018 mudslide in Santa Barbara County, Calif., has turned up nearly three years later. The garage where Patches slept was destroyed.By KUOW Staff