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O Juveron is a planet, only metaphysically. Transmissions from O Juveron is a series of radio waves spoken, collected, and compiled by Caroline and Julia Tweedie, two sisters who grew up in the equally mythic and metaphysical state of Rhode Island. Together, on this groundbreaking audio (and visual, for a price ;)) show, the Tweedie sisters explore their storied pasts and hypothesize even stranger futures through the artistic medium they love most: comedy. We swear to the Sentient Sands of O ...
 
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MJ Trips

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MJ Trips

Mickey Joe Alpha

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yoyo, the audio-version of my personal podcast - MJ Trips. My name is Mickey Joe and I'm your host for the episodes available to you right here! Exciting stuff. For the visual version of the show, check out the show on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLO6GPyTLxi6tpgNiGLoKuTFc-dggL3w-O enjoy! x
 
A podcast posted every Sunday featuring extended interviews and discussions from Bookwaves, Art-Waves, and Bookwaves Artwaves Hour programs on KPFA, and newly digitized and edited archive interviews from the pre-digital Probabilities series dating back to 1977. Literature, theater, film, the visual arts: in-depth interviews from a progressive and artistic viewpoint, with long-time KPFA/Pacifica host Richard Wolinsky.
 
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Minute/Year

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Minute/Year

Kata Kovács and Tom O’Doherty

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Minute/Year is a sound-based artwork by Kata Kovács and Tom O’Doherty, which automatically generates one minute of audio every day. This podcast is a weekly digest of these daily recordings. Minute/Year is an automated, process-based, durational work, in which sound is played, recorded, and layered, in a resonant space, for one minute each day. Each daily one-minute recording builds on and transforms the one before, which builds in turn on the one before that, and so on, in an iterative seri ...
 
"A poodocast about making things up and making things happen." L.A.-based writer-performer Dennis Hensley interviews a different creative person each week about what they do, why they do it, and how they keep it going. Past guests have included authors, actors, photographers, musicians, screenwriters, acrobats and one visual artist who makes cartoons centered around dead houseflies.
 
Welcome to "Design-Driven Growth: A Podcast on Marketing and Creativity", hosted by Meg O'Gara from Megnificent Creative. A digital marketing agency specializing in design-driven solutions for business growth. Join Meg as she explores the latest trends and strategies in marketing and design, and how they can be used to drive business growth. From visual storytelling, to user experience, to branding, this podcast will help you stay ahead of the curve in the ever-evolving world of digital mark ...
 
O-Kei!! Podcast is dedicated to bringing our listeners j-fashion news and discuss important issues in the j-fashion community. We welcome all people from lolita to visual kei and everything in between! O-Kei!! Podcast is a Chicago based podcast, hosted by Hayden Lee and Kamilah Jones. If you are interested in contributing to the show (i.e. news, art, music, being a special guest), send us a message and we'll get back to you as soon as possible!
 
The MRDR Music Mission plays original music from musicians, poets and thieves. We love new music so If you want to submit your music or an artist to spotlight, please text us at 313.744.3031. You can also email mrdrmusic420@gmail.com. To see the visual side of The MRDR Music Mission please visit http://youtube.com/chicachicagoboom or http://www.redbubble.com/people/ccgb/shop http://www.redbubble.com/people/ccgb/shop Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/Mrdr/support
 
Beginners’ Call takes audiences backstage and behind-the-scenes of Brisbane Festival, Queensland’s largest and much-loved celebration of arts and culture. Meet the makers and hear from the artists; discover and critique new work; slip into the rehearsal room and stand in the wings as we give audiences unprecedented access to Queensland’s most anticipated event of the year. Beginners’ Call shares the stories of actors and musicians, reveals the inspiration that drives creators and producers a ...
 
Hey! My name is Steve and I am a full-time photographer and filmmaker. This podcast was created to provide personalized tips on being better creatives and building your creative style. We also introduce other creatives of the world that will speak on their journey! Oh, and let's not forget we will talk about different tech items such as cameras, lenses, audio gear, etc. Welcome and we hope you enjoy it!
 
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Two Stops Over

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Two Stops Over

Director & Cinematographer Hosts. Nigel Dick & Vance Burberry ACS discuss their careers in filmmaking with special guests. Including directing and cinematography insights.

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TWO STOPS OVER is a podcast featuring two filmmaking ruffians, director Nigel Dick and cinematographer Vance Burberry ACS. They have travelled the world together and independently, shooting hundreds and hundreds of music videos, movies and commercials and, in Vance's case, a lot of fish. Drawing from their film-making experiences over the last three decades these two mischief-makers will interrogate, question and cross-examine a different guest on each episode in their efforts to establish f ...
 
On Assignment brings you some of the best conversations from the Columbia Journalism School, produced and hosted by the school's Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards. The duPont-Columbia Awards honor the best in audio-visual reporting across platforms including broadcast, documentary, local investigative, radio and interactive journalism. We started the On Assignment Podcast to go behind the scenes and bring you the conversations we were having with the leading journalists in the fiel ...
 
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NightWorkPod

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NightWorkPod

Julius-Cezar MacQuarie c/o Nightworkshop

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This podcast is about people working the nightshift. Nightworkers are women and men that pass as ‘invisible' to the rest of us, day people. They are employed in manual work and travel in the dark to work all night. Guests appearing on this show share their experiences of nightwork or investigating the nighttime city. The podcast aims to answer some of these questions: Why do people do the night shift? Who are they? How do they live into the night? How does if feel to work all night while the ...
 
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Sarahs Country

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Sarahs Country

Perriam Media Limited

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Farming food & fashion for a discerning world is serious business in Aotearoa New Zealand. The challenge has been laid before us to embrace a changing world and balance business that is sensitive to people, profit and the environment. Sarah’s Country connects knowledge and shines the light on the matters that matter most to New Zealand’s biggest industry, the primary sector. “There are opportunities everywhere just waiting for open-minded people to take bold and brave leadership and support ...
 
UK & ROW: BPM Artist Management Agency US: CGAgency Email: mizeyesis@gmail.com Mizeyesis is a dj & producer from the Northeastern United States, she resides in Boston. Her whole life she was engulfed in expression from being a former professional dancer who studied with Alvin Ailey, to visual art, to learning & studying music at an early age. Her start began in 2004 in where she started to dj, throw events and co-founded a collective, Threshold Sound based in Connecticut. In 2008 she joined ...
 
The Rushi Shah Podcast is a conversation hosted by a host in his 20s who has cold-emailed luminaries ranging from famous entrepreneurs, executives, scientists, actors, and beyond. He talks about their passions, learns about their stories, and gets direct advice on ways young people today can make a positive impact on the world.
 
The Creatives Asia Podcast is a new series where we take you behind-the-scenes with unsung heroes in the creative field - digital journalists, campaigners, content creators, writers, broadcasters, presenters, podcasters, videographers, designers, post-production artists, independent professionals, cultural entrepreneurs, career musicians, gig and event promoters, curators and music industry types.
 
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Jane Smiley, whose latest novel is “A Dangerous Business,” in conversation with host Richard Wolinsky. The author of seventeen adult fiction novels, two short story collections, five non-fiction works plus several young adult novels, Jane Smiley is the Pulitzer Prize winning author of “A Thousand Acres,” and more recently The Last Hundred Years Tri…
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by cartoonist Eric Orner, who is best known for The Mostly Unfabulous Life of Ethan Green, to talk about his new graphic novel Smahtguy: The Life and Times of Barney Frank. Eric talks about meeting Congressman Frank when he was in his 20’s, going to work for him in his congressional office and describes why, decades later,…
 
Dennis Lim, film critic and Artistic Director of the New York Film Festival and author of “Tale of Cinema,” an examination of the work of South Korean film-maker Hong Sang-soo, in conversation with host Richard Wolinsky. Dennis Lim was previously the the director of programming of the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Before that he was film editor a…
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by actor Jonathan Slavin, one of the stars of the play Home Front, which is about the obstacles facing a black naval officer and his white fiancee in post WW2 America and is currently playing at the Victory Theatre in Burbank, CA. Jonathan plays the couple’s gay neighbor, who is also a veteran. Jonathan talks about working…
 
Renowned music photographer & director Danny Clinch shares how his visit to a garage sale as a child led to working with a wide range of artists including the likes of Tupac, Willie Nelson, Nas, Bruce Springsteen, Phish, Ben Harper, and Pearl Jam. Danny also discusses how he ended up playing harmonica on stage with the Foo Fighters and his unforget…
 
Jack O’Brien, theatre director and author of Jack in the Box, or How to Goddamn Direct, in conversation with Richard Wolinsky. Jack O’Brien has won three Tony Awards and has been nominated seven times. The former artistic director of The Old Globe in San Diego, from 1981 to 2007, he’s one of the premier directors working in America today. Among his…
 
Dennis connects via zoom with Matt Carter, the London-based co-writer and director of In From the Side, a romantic drama about a forbidden love between two players in a gay rugby league. Matt talks his own rugby background and why he wanted to explore the issues of monogamy and infidelity rather than the coming out and homophobia themes that are so…
 
Are you ready to elevate your business with design-driven growth strategies? Tune in to our podcast "Design-Driven Growth: A Podcast on Marketing and Creativity" for valuable insights and actionable tips. Don't miss out on the opportunity to take your business to the next level, subscribe now and join us on this exciting journey! Coming Soon! Meet …
 
Suzy McKee Charnas (1939-2023), in conversation with Richard Wolinsky, recorded over Halloween Weekend, 1981 at the World Fantasy Convention in the Claremont Hotel in Berkeley. Suzy McKee Charnas, who died on January 2nd, 2023 at the age of 83, was a novelist and short story writer focusing on fantasy and science fiction. Over a career that began i…
 
For his first episode of 2023, Dennis is joined via Zoom by visual artist Warren Wright (AKA Warrencito) whose affectionate, witty and incredibly-detailed Dollmation videos have been delighting fans on YouTube and Instagram since before the pandemic. Warren talks about what went into creating his most popular videos, like Barbra Streisand’s “Don’t …
 
Makeup department head Heba Thorisdottir discusses her first big break with Quentin Tarantino on Kill Bill, recalls how she got her start on Nigel’s first movie, and her debut acting role in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Vance and Heba talk about the importance of the makeup artist and cinematographer collaboration and how she worked with 750 extr…
 
the intro/outro music of MJ Trips is made by my uncle, Mr. T! ⚠ this episode fully spoils Spider-Man: No Way Home ⚠ consider yourself warned. The Great @skaliber121 is back to discuss everything that's been up w/ Marvel the past few months. We'll spoil: Hawkeye, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Black Widow, Loki, WandaVision, the Falcon & the Winter Sold…
 
Some of the music of this show is produced by my uncle, the ever-amazing Mr. T the Great Vilim Muršić joined me for this week's episode of MJ Trips. Vilim (MasterianoX) is the studio-manager, and producer/director at Spark Animation; and the lead artist at Spark Universe. Vilim directed this video - https://YouTu.be/YXY74kWderc - a celebration for …
 
Frank Galati (1943-2023), who died on January 2, 2023 at the age of 79, was a giant in American theatre. A long-time member of the legendary Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Frank Galati was winner of Tony Awards for the adaptation and direction of The Grapes of Wrath in 1990, was nominated for an Oscar for co-adapting The Accidental Tourist…
 
Richard Adams (1920-2016) interviewed in 1978 by Richard Wolinsky. First posted January 1, 2017. Richard Adams, the author of “Watership Down,” “Plague Dogs” “Shardik” and other novels, died on Christmas Eve, 2016 at the age of 96. Born in 1920, he served as a liaison officer during World War II, and later joined the civil service, rising to the ra…
 
Encore podcast first posted March 12, 2017. Douglas Preston, author of “The Lost City of the Monkey God” in conversation with Richard Wolinsky, recorded in the KPFA studios, January 13, 2017. Douglas Preston has written several works of fiction and non-fiction, including a best-selling series of thrillers co-written with Lincoln Child (the Agent Pe…
 
Dennis is joined via Zoom by singer-songwriter Tom Goss for a listening party for his delightful new holiday EP Big Fat Gay Ass Christmas followed by a rousing round of You Don’t Know My Life. Joining the fun are Tom’s husband Mike Briggs as well as three of the musicians who appear on the album: Benjamin Koll (Co-Writer, Mixing, Mastering, & Addit…
 
In this special episode we join Vance & Nigel in Torun, Poland for the 30th annual Camerimage Festival, the only festival celebrating the art of cinematography. They discuss who they met up with, parties they attended, seminars they presented, and how they decided on a winner as jury members for the music video competition. Vance is also honored wi…
 
Shelley Singer (1939-2022), mystery author of six Jake Samson mysteries and four Barrett Lake mysteries, and former book reviewer on KPFA, in conversation with Richard Wolinsky and Richard A. Lupoff, recorded on November 19, 1986 at her East Bay home. Mystery and suspense novelist Shelley Singer died of heart failure on November 10, 2022 at the age…
 
In Part 2 of his Holiday Gift Guide series, Dennis is joined via Zoom by four different creative entrepreneurs who have products that are perfect for holiday gift giving. First up is film professor Andy Scahill, the founder of Cinema for Sodomites, an interactive cult movie screening series and a merch line inspired by such gay favorites as Batman …
 
In Part 1 of a two-part series, Dennis is joined via Zoom by four different creative entrepreneurs who have products that are perfect for holiday gift giving. First up, is writer and film critic Alonso Duralde who is the co-author of I’ll Be Home For Christmas Movies: The Deck the Hallmark Podcast’s Guide to Your Holiday TV Obsession and the sole a…
 
William Gibson is best known as the father of the Cyberpunk movement in science fiction, beginning with “Neuromancer” in 1984 and continuing to his most recent novel, “Agency,” published in 2020. Its prequel in the Jackpot series from 2014, “Peripheral” is now an Amazon Prime TV series. On February 4, 2003, he was in the KPFA studios on the book to…
 
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