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Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we've just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org.
 
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Discover the hidden side of everything with Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books. Each week, Freakonomics Radio tells you things you always thought you knew (but didn’t) and things you never thought you wanted to know (but do) — from the economics of sleep to how to become great at just about anything. Dubner speaks with Nobel laureates and provocateurs, intellectuals and entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers.
 
Download This Show is your weekly guide to the world of media, culture, and technology. From social media to gadgets, streaming services to privacy issues. Each week Marc Fennell and a team of people far smarter than him (his words, not ours) take a fun deep dive into how technology is reshaping our lives.
 
This American Life is a weekly public radio show, heard by 2.2 million people on more than 500 stations. Another 2.5 million people download the weekly podcast. It is hosted by Ira Glass, produced in collaboration with Chicago Public Media, delivered to stations by PRX The Public Radio Exchange, and has won all of the major broadcasting awards.
 
Old Time Radio Network Detectives Stories, continues America's love affair with private eyes. Each week we give you "Just the facts" with all detective and cop shows. We will listen to Dragnet, unraveling another murder mystery, Richard Denning and Barbara Britton in Mr. and Mrs. North telling the story of intrigue. Crime dramas include Treasury Men in Action, Dick Tracy, Sherlock Holmes, Broadway is My Beat,Night Beat,Richard Diamond, Boston Blackie, and The Adventures of Sam Spade.
 
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Do you remember making Shrinky Dinks® as a kid? Tim does! And on today's episode, he talks to Kerri Waller about how she is bringing Shrinky Dinks® into her classroom and everything her students can learn from the process. Listen as they discuss her wins and fails, how she develops STEAM connections, and why it is so important to always try new thi…
 
Emergency room waits across Canada are reaching unprecedented levels, for both kids and adults. There are many factors: nursing shortages, lack of hospital beds and staff unable to work because of COVID. We talk about the stresses, and the solutions. They include more cooperation across hospital departments and building capacity to handle more emer…
 
Miss Jane Marple doesn’t look like your average detective. Quite frankly, she doesn’t look like a detective at all. But looks can be deceiving... For a woman who has spent her life in the small village of St Mary Mead, Miss Marple is surprisingly worldly. But as she often points out she has had every opportunity to observe human nature. Nemesis: Mi…
 
Original Air Date: June 28, 1952 Host: Andrew Rhynes Show: Gunsmoke Phone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739) Stars: • William Conrad (Matt Dillion) • Parley Baer (Chester) Special Guests: • Lawrence Dobkin (Leeds Martin) Writer: • Antony Ellis Producer: • Norman Macdonnell Music: • Rex Koury Exit music from: Roundup on the Prairie by Aaron Kenny https://bit.…
 
Feminist icon and Mexican folklorist Lila Downs’ 2018 album Salón, Lágrimas y Deseo (Dancehall, Tears, and Desire), is dedicated to strong women everywhere. Her lyrics, inviting all “dangerous” women to join her, often highlight issues relating to social justice, while spanning blues to cumbia, folk and ranchera music. Inspired by Frida Kahlo, Down…
 
How many millions of dollars makes the difference between calling something water resistance and water proof? One tech manufacturer certainly found out the hard way.Plus, smart speakers want to bring your grandparents back from the dead to read you a story book.And why apps tracking periods could become legally dangerous in the USAGuestsTegan Jones…
 
David Chalmers is credited with setting the terms for much of the work done in the philosophy of mind today when he posed the 'hard problem' of consciousness: how does matter, which is fundamentally inanimate, give rise to or interact with consciousness, which is qualitative and phenomenal - always a 'what it's like'?His most recent book, Reality +…
 
7:00am - Acknowledgement of Country// 7.05am - News Headlines// 7:15am - Catch a bonus segment from the upcoming episode of 3CR's Women on the Line program featuring Kathryn Gledhill-Tucker and Samantha Floreani discussing digital rights and the possibilties and pitfalls of regulation. Kat is a Nyungar technologist and digital rights activist servi…
 
Curator Ekow Eshun on creating In The Black Fantastic: the UK’s first major exhibition dedicated to the work of Black artists who use fantastical elements to address racial injustice and explore alternative realities.With works from 11 contemporary artists from the African diaspora, it delves into myth, science fiction, traditions, and the legacy o…
 
This week’s Case Closed begins with The Adventure Of The Haunted Hams, from The Thin Man. This episode originally aired July 13, 1948. (30:15) The Fat Man brings us our second story this week. We hear Murder Plays Hide And Seek, his broadcast from January 2, 1948. https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12022/CaseClosed798.m…
 
David E. Scharff, M.D. is Co-Founder and Former Director, International Psychotherapy Institute; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Georgetown University; Supervising Analyst, International Institute for Psychoanalytic Training; Honorary Fellow, Tavistock Relationships, London; Former Chair, T…
 
We meet Mandy Walker, the pioneering Australian cinematographer who shot Baz Luhrmann's epic film Elvis. TV writer Wenlei Ma is along with an analysis of where streaming services, particularly Netflix, have gone wrong recently and what they can do to remain relevant in the current landscape, and L.A. based Aussie actor Claudia O'Doherty speaks to u…
 
Original Air Date: January 20, 1951 Host: Andrew Rhynes Show: Hopalong Cassidy Phone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739) Stars: • William Boyd (Hopalong Cassidy) • Andy Clyde (California Carlson) Writer: • Clarence Mulford Producer: • Walter White Jr. Music: • Albert Glaser Exit music from: Roundup on the Prairie by Aaron Kenny https://bit.ly/3kTj0kK…
 
Original Air Date: May 17, 1944 Host: Andrew Rhynes Show: The Lone Ranger Phone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739) Stars: • Brace Beemer (Lone Ranger) • John Todd (Tonto) Writer: • Fran Striker Producer: • George W. Trendle Music: • Ben Bonnell Exit music from: Roundup on the Prairie by Aaron Kenny https://bit.ly/3kTj0kK…
 
The worlds of classical music and urban culture very rarely rub shoulders. However, KLASSIK underground, aims to bring these worlds together by combining classical music with other art forms such as dance, street art, poetry and video installations - to create innovative music events.In the Drawing Room, Australian violist and creative producer, Ta…
 
Covid cases are rising once again – how accurately are official figures picking up the new wave and how worried we should be? We discuss inflationary spirals and how much wage and pension increases contribute to inflation. Also how many parents actually struggle with childcare costs? Can long waits at A&E be put down to the pandemic and why the Fre…
 
George Pettit and Dallas Green of Alexisonfire talk about reuniting the band to release its first new album in 13 years, Otherness. Music theorist and composer Andrew Schartmann sheds some light on how Koji Kondo's 1985 Super Mario Bros. soundtrack redefined video game music. Writer and producer David West Read discusses his work with songwriter Ma…
 
A conversation with artist Daniel Boyd whose work has focussed on reframing Eurocentric images from Australia's past. Plus, Sally Ryan discusses her latest commission, a giant oil painting of Jesus, Mary and Joseph for St Mary’s cathedral in Sydney. She says it's her hardest painting yet. And, returning artefacts taken from Kunwinjku and Gagadju ar…
 
For evolutionary scientists studying religion, it's more fruitful to examine what people do in religious contexts, rather than listen to what they say they believe. There's a new recognition that as well as looking at behaviour, people studying religion must take account of the religious experience of believers. But how do you do that? And what doe…
 
The Relic Radio Show starts off with A Stranger In The Desert from Rocky Jordan this week. That story originally aired September 4, 1949. (30:22) The CBS Radio Workshop brings us our second story with their broadcast from August 24, 1956, The Billion Dollar Failure Of Figure Fallop. https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12…
 
The Relic Radio Show starts off with A Stranger In The Desert from Rocky Jordan this week. That story originally aired September 4, 1949. (30:22) The CBS Radio Workshop brings us our second story with their broadcast from August 24, 1956, The Billion Dollar Failure Of Figure Fallop. https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12…
 
Arthur Hughes, known for his roles in The Archers, in which he plays Ruairi, and the BBC2 drama Then Barbara Met Alan, details the significance of his portrayal as Richard III in the new RSC production as a disabled actor. Earlier this month the literary world was shocked by the announcement that after 50 years the Costa Book Awards, formerly the W…
 
Nero Wolfe is a fictional character, a brilliant, oversized, eccentric armchair detective created in 1934 by American mystery writer Rex Stout. Wolfe was born in Montenegro and keeps his past murky. He lives in a luxurious brownstone on West 35th Street in New York City, and he is loath to leave his home for business or anything that would keep him…
 
Our Blood Runs in the Street is a visceral and raw examination of the violence and persecution experienced by the LGBTQI community in Australia.Blending physical theatre with verbatim text, the production looks at a spate of brutal bashings and murders in Sydney that brought terror to the LGBTQI community for decades.In the Drawing Room, award-winn…
 
A conversation with artist Daniel Boyd whose work has focussed on reframing Eurocentric images from Australia's past. Plus, Sally Ryan discusses her latest commission, a giant oil painting of Jesus, Mary and Joseph for St Mary’s cathedral in Sydney. She says it's her hardest painting yet. And, returning artefacts taken from Kunwinjku and Gagadju ar…
 
In a rare career-spanning interview, songwriter and producer Max Martin talks about his first jukebox musical, & Juliet, which weaves his biggest hits into a feminist retelling of Romeo and Juliet. Singer-songwriter Bruno Capinan discusses their latest album, Tara Rara, and how making music helps them explore their own identity.…
 
As the ABC celebrates its 90th birthday, we delve into our archives to revisit key moments in Australian performing arts history, including Laurence Olivier on tour, Nureyev and Fonteyn dancing into Australian hearts and Indigenous theatre taking centre stage.Also, Ian McKellen makes his Australian debut, Dorothy Hewett revolutionises Australian pl…
 
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