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Join hosts Ryan McDermott (Faculty Director), John Buchmann (Executive Director), and Elise Ryan (Faculty Fellow), for conversations from Beatrice Institute, an ecumenical learning and research community that supports advanced inquiry in the Christian intellectual and cultural traditions. Animated by intellectual friendship inside and outside the academy, Beatrice Institute serves all who pursue the Beautiful, the True, and the Good.
 
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Pandemic Poetry

Woroni Radio feat. Silvia Canton Rondoni

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Pandemic Poetry unveils new poetry and poets for your new normal. Tune in every Thursday and join host Silvia Canton Rondoni for a poetry reading, a chat with the poet of the week and learn more about the book where the poem can be found. Short and sweet, Pandemic Poetry is produced by Woroni Radio station at The Australian National University in Canberra. We acknowledge the Ngunnawal people and their Elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty has never been ceded. It always was and alwa ...
 
Strange things happen in Twillingdale and it's beauty masks the horrors that have taken place there. The truth has been kept a secret for centuries but now all is revealed. Each podcast has been written by Katherine McDermott and directed by Sian Berry and has been produced by the great team at Bamalam Productions who are based in Wigan, Greater Manchester. Photographs are by Shannon Landers and all illustrations are by Laura Crow. Check out our website at www.ravagedbytime.co.uk Email any f ...
 
AuthorTalk presented by AuthorHouse Publishing AuthorTalk…get the story behind the story on fiction and literature, thrillers, children’s books, mystery and crime novels, romance, science fiction and fantasy, westerns, history, humor, inspiration and so many more topics. It’s all on AuthorTalk. You’ll get to hear the authors talking about their books. Take the opportunity to hear the insights on what inspired them to write it. Author Talk is presented by AuthorHouse…the leading provider of s ...
 
In this podiobook: The characters in Steven J. McDermott's short story collection Winter of Different Directions struggle to keep life's body blows and uppercuts from becoming knockout punches, whether they bring them on themselves, or receive them from friends, lovers, co-workers, or family. You might root for them. You might root against them. But just like the relatives you hope won't show for Thanksgiving, these are characters you can't forget. With his stunning range and passionate deli ...
 
It's the podcast you never knew you needed, but would never admit listening to! Jay Tilley, Becca Harney and Tice Rust are friends through the Washington, DC area theatre, improv and copslay scene. This new podcast will explore things they have in common - theatre, improv, cosplay, fitness, comics, movies and TV, and a wide variety of other nonsense. There will even be some fun games and special guests. We hope our podcast will be your new guilty pleasure! Tom Foolery and shenanigans will de ...
 
Hosted by Artistic Director Paul Kildea, the Chamber of Musical Curiosities is a podcast exploring the world in and around Musica Viva Australia. This season features an eclectic range of guests in conversation with Paul Kildea, as both parties reflect upon creativity, their career, and their passion for chamber music. Australian linguist and musicologist Malcolm Gillies, violinist Wilma Smith, writer and broadcaster Jane Caro, and actor and theatre director John Bell all feature.
 
Welcome to the Gracie Jiu Jitsu Rocks! podcast, a podcast dedicated to Gracie Jiu Jitsu and all things Gracie, including self defense, competition, anti bullying, women's self defense and empowerment, nutrition, and most especially the people involved in GJJ..........This podcast is for the average Joe; it's for anyone who practices, trains, teaches, or just loves to talk about or hear about Gracie Jiu Jitsu. We'll explore the lives of Gracie JJ practitioners, how they got involved with the ...
 
Listen to Lee, Ryan and Dave talk about how much Dave dislikes Queens of the Stone Age and how much they worship the band. We also get into how we listen to certain genres of music but the artists we're influenced by are in completely different genres.
 
Hello and welcome to The Soul Stories Podcast! Soul Stories curates space for difficult conversation and create connection through dialogue, storytelling, and creative expression. We host live events, workshops and a podcast! Check us out at soulstoriesdenver.com for more information. For the podcast, you will hear vulnerable, intimate, and unfiltered interviews with leaders, artists and change-makers in which they share personal stories on meaningful topics. Our guests provide ins ...
 
The internet of money is being built with blockchain technology and without banks. We call it DeFi, short for Decentralized Finance, and this is where you can hear the builders and users of this cutting edge world tell their stories first hand. Hosted by Camila Russo.
 
Leite's Culinaria's podcast "Talking With My Mouth Full" takes an unexpected--and often irreverent--look at the ways food and drink intersect our lives. In each episode, hosts David Leite and Renee Schettler and their guests question, laugh, and quibble their way through all manner of culinary conundrums, obsessions, fads, and fancies.
 
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An episode of the American radio drama anthology series The Mercury Theatre on the Air directed and narrated by actor and future filmmaker Orson Welles as an adaptation of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds (1898). It was performed and broadcast live as a Halloween episode at 8 p.m. on Sunday, October 30, 1938, over the Columbia Broadcasting…
 
In this week’s episode I speak with Scoopy Trooples, founder of Alchemix, a protocol that programs self-paying loans without the risk of liquidations. Think about that; here’s a DeFi application that promises to automatically pay users’ collateralized loans, and on top of that, guarantee they won’t be liquidated. Scoopy explains how something like …
 
Kathy Hester is with us this week to talk about writing accessible vegan cookbooks, and being her own photographer and food and prop stylist. We also discuss Halloween and trying to find Margaret Mitchell’s gravesite. Show links: See Kathy’s blogs, Plant-Based Instapot and Healthy Slow Cooking. She runs online cooking classes, beginning live video …
 
We open in crisis mode, as the Between 2 Butts crew's beloved satellite member Echo may have asthma. Still, Becca switches on her tiny kitty-sized humidified and carries on as we catch up with Tice and Jay's old improv buddy Matt McDermott. Matt takes us all the way back to "Klinkenschnell, the Christmas Bell", his acting debut at age 12. Then it's…
 
In this week’s episode, I interview Adam Jackson, co-founder of Braintrust, a user-owned talent network. Think Fiverr for web3. Braintrust runs on Ethereum, has thousands of users, household names like NASA, TaskRabbit, Nike and Nestlé are clients, it has processed millions of dollars, yet not many people in the crypto community have heard of it. A…
 
Amy Adamczyk joins Grant to discuss some of the most contentious topics in American culture. Why are Catholics, mainline Protestants, and Jews so bad at transmitting their faith to their children? Why have attitudes on abortion not liberalized over time the way views on homosexuality and marijuana use have? What can we learn from comparing Chinese …
 
Pie maker Kate McDermott is with us from Pie Cottage to tell us about her newest book Pie Camp and to give us tips for baking pies as well as tips for living. Does making pie dough intimidate you? Watch her quick video at the link below! KATE’S LINKS Website: https://artofthepie.com/ Video: https://artofthepie.com/videos/#foobox-1/7/6jGwvD_eZlY New…
 
On this episode of The Writer and the Critic, your hosts, Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond have a mercifully brief and borderline hysterical conversation on the state of COVID before jumping a discussion of this month's books: The Cost of Living: A Working Autobiography by Deborah Levy [3:45] and Dissolve by Nikki Gemmell [29:50]. If you've skipped a…
 
In this week’s episode I speak with Yam Karkai, the digital illustrator and artist behind NFT project World of Women. She’s had all sorts of odd jobs, before becoming a full-time illustrator, and none of them had anything to do with crypto. She was freelancing from gig to gig when she discovered NFTs this year and that’s when everything changed for…
 
Anne Carpenter joins Ryan to discuss the intersection of history, tradition, art, and theology. What is the difference between ressourcement and genealogy? Are art and theology the same thing? What can video games teach us about theology? How can everyday Christians contribute to renewing the theological tradition? Anne is associate professor of th…
 
In this week’s episode, I interview Jaime Rogozinski, founder of Wall Street Bets, the famous Reddit trading group which earlier this year organized to push up the price of heavily shorted stocks like Gamestop and AMC to create a short squeeze, which had the double benefit of amplifying the group’s gains and screwing over big hedge funds. Jaime goe…
 
This episode sees us actually go down a YouTube rabbit hole, starting with Becca presenting part 1 of "Don't Hug Me, I'm Scared", a part-puppetry, part-animated short film with some Yo Gabba Gabba vibes, that, as Jay says, "gets a little metal". Then Jay recalls "Hanker for a Hunk of Cheese", a cartoon PSA/ad from the 70s about making snacks. After…
 
We are rebroadcasting a listener-favorite this week! Denise talks with media coach and author of Everyday Celebrity Jess Ponce. Jess Ponce III has coached thousands of celebrities, TV hosts, Fortune 500 executives, creative professionals, and TEDx speakers. International brand leaders Lucasfilm, The Walt Disney Company, HGTV, LinkedIn, The Ritz Car…
 
George de Mohrenschildt was a friend of Lee Harvey Oswald and his Russian-born wife Marina Oswald in the summer of 1962 in Fort Worth, Texas. Mohrenschildt testified to the Warren Commission in 1964 that he had met the Oswalds through a prominent member of the local Russian-American community, oil accountant George Bouhe.--- Support this podcast: h…
 
We are stepping away for a few weeks but we'll be posting some of our most listened-to episodes! Denise chats with the doyen of Southern Cuisine, Nathalie Dupree! She tells us “…it was my mistakes that lead me to what I wanted to do.” NATHALIE’S LINKS Website: https://www.nathalie.com/index.htm Email: nathaliedupree@aol.com Read the article: https:…
 
Saundra Kay Spencer developed photographs from the autopsy of President Kennedy on the weekend following the assassination. She worked at the Naval Photographic Center in Anacostia, in the "White House lab." Her liaison to the White House was Robert Knudsen, and she worked with Vince Madonia. Ms. Spencer, never before interviewed in association wit…
 
This week we have a spoken word performance ‘How to Lose Money and Entertain People, A Manifesto’ by poet Dominic Hoey. This poem appeared in his poetry collection ‘I Thought We’d Be Famous’ published by Dead Bird Books in October 2019. After a chat about the poem, we will talk to Dominic about how his poetry collection came together.…
 
In a somewhat overdue episode, Tice, Becca and Jay look back on old neck-names, or nick-names. Then, Jay shares his #6th Coolest Thing on the Interwebs, a tweed-clad troubadour's "No More Fucks To Give" song, Tice shares his takes on the Jeopardy's embattled host search, and Becca reviews her experience at Awesome Con. Finally, we once again set of…
 
In this week’s episode we speak with Matthew Sigel, head of digital asset research at VanEck, an asset management firm overseeing $80 billion, which has shifted its focus heavily into crypto. They started out with investments almost exclusively in Bitcoin, but now, with Matthew on board, the firm is becoming increasingly bullish on Ethereum and DeF…
 
Dallas Chief of Police Jesse Curry was riding in the lead car of the Presidential motorcade with sheriff James Eric "Bill" Decker when they turned west off Houston Street onto Elm Street. Looking straight ahead, they noticed "a few unauthorized people on the overpass and wondered how they got there." Those people were later described as thirteen ra…
 
On this episode of The Writer and the Critic, your hosts, Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond briefly discuss the usual COVID guff before jumping into this month's books: The Employees by Olga Ravn [4:20] and Everyone Knows Your Mother is a Witch by Rivka Galchen [37:55]. The visual artists referenced during are Lea Guldditte Hestelund and Patricia Picc…
 
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