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Travel photography is all about the people, the food, the architecture, and the culture that make each place a special one. It mixes elements of landscape photography, portraiture and reportage and aims to combine all of these and paint a compelling picture of what it's like to live in a foreign country. Every week we interview a photographer or we host a roundtable discussion on all aspects of travel photography: from planning to scouting locations, from security and the economics of travel ...
 
With an emphasis on travel books and long-form travel literature, host Jeremy Bassetti talks with the world’s most inspiring travel writers about their work and about the business and craft of travel writing in this award-winning podcast. Past guests include travel writers like Paul Theroux, Pico Iyer, and Rolf Potts. The show also covers topics related to travel journalism, travel blogging, and travel photography.
 
Attention is an audio journal for architectural culture that uses the medium of sound and spoken word to capture a dimension of architecture otherwise lost in print. By precluding visual media, Attention strikes a distance between the distraction economy of much online media, creating an intimate and reflective space for the in-depth development of ideas and issues. Through interviews, roundtable debates, oral histories, field recordings, the exploration of archival recordings, experimental ...
 
Well read and well fed: Explore what co-hosts Amanda Dell and Kimberly Chou and their guests are reading, watching and listening to in and around the world of food. New and classic cookbooks, food memoirs, great reportage, TV, food on film — it's all fair game. Tune in as they talk to magazine editors, writers, chefs and other folks who bridge the worlds of culinary and literary about what's recommended now in food media as well as media, literature and culture that inspires food media maker ...
 
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A product of the California suburbs, Pam Mandel was overlooked and unexceptional. When her father ships her off on a youth group tour of Israel, he inadvertently catapults his seventeen-year-old daughter into a world of European backpackers, seize-the-day Israelis, and the fallout of cold war-era politics. Border violence hadn't been on the birthri…
 
Darlene Hildebrandt is the creator of Digital Photo Mentor. She has been a professional photographer for over 30 years, and as such, she has photographed everything from soup to hay—literally—including doing food photography; weddings; family portraits; corporate events and products. After a forced change of direction (a.k.a. divorce), she left her…
 
Our guest on this week’s episode of the podcast is Valérie Jardin. Valérie is a visual storyteller recognized internationally for her street photography. She leads workshops worldwide, writes books, produces a weekly podcast, and is an official X Photographer for Fujifilm USA. We asked Valérie for her thoughts on an article by Levi Sim, provocative…
 
When Indian journalist Taran Khan arrived in Kabul in 2006, she imagined it as a homecoming—a return to the land from where her Pashtun ancestors originated. Falling in with poets, doctors and other journalists, she began exploring the city on foot and discovered a Kabul quite different from the one she had encountered in the world’s media.Taran Kh…
 
Charlotte Brett is a landscape and travel photographer based just outside London. With a passion to see and photograph diverse places around the world, in recent years she has travelled to China, Morocco, Cuba, Ecuador and The Seychelles. As well as capturing big landscapes and cityscapes, Charlotte loves to photograph the details, colours and peop…
 
In episode 182 Ugo interviews Colby Brown. We have wanted to interview Colby for a long time and, thanks also to the pandemic, we finally managed to find him stuck at home long enough us to be able to arrange this. Colby Brown is a photographer, photo educator and author based out of Eastern Pennsylvania. Specializing in landscape, travel and human…
 
After a looong pause, The Traveling Image Makers podcast is back on the air and an old friend is back too! Pete DeMarco, who has previously on the show in episodes TTIM 96 – Peter DeMarco in Asia and TTIM 146 – Matt Brandon and Pete DeMarco in Malaysia is an American expat currently living in Asia. He recently spent some time living in Singapore an…
 
Each year, 200 million people embark on a pilgrimage of some kind. We have been making ritual journeys for millennia, and while most of us have seen our mobility curtailed in recent months because of the pandemic, the impulse to travel somewhere sacred to us remains. In her new book “We Are Pilgrims,” Victoria Preston seeks to understand the reason…
 
For two years in the early 1980s, Monica Connell lived with a family in Talphi, a high-altitude village in Western Nepal that was so remote that it was a ten-day walk from the nearest road. From rooftop rituals and wild boar hunts to mangey village dogs and bridge-building, Connell—a social anthropology student—documented village life. She wrote ab…
 
In 2018, David Reynolds rented a Chevy Cruze and hit Route 50, driving as slowly as he could across the United States from Ocean City, Maryland to San Francisco, California. He snaked through the Blue Ridge Mountains, passed through the American heartland, and bounded over the continental divide, driving from sea to shining sea. David comes on the …
 
2021 couldn’t have come quickly enough.Most of us didn’t see the dumpster fire that was 2020 coming. Enough has already been said about the pandemic that saying anything more now borders on being redundant if not cliché. So, suffice it to say that here we are. We made it. Hopefully, that thing we see on the horizon is more of a finish line than a t…
 
Velkommen til ISCENE AKTUELT - Danmarks eneste ugentlige nyhedspodcast om dansk scenekunst. Denne uges udgave er lidt specielt, da vi fokuserer på de vilde omvæltninger der har været i teaterverdenen den seneste uge. Bl.a. nedlukningen af størstedelen af de danske teatre, en ny rammeaftale for Det Kongelige Teater og en finanslov med et "løft til k…
 
JoAnna Haugen is the founder of Rooted Storytelling, an organization interested in ethical journalism and tourism. She has created a new, online course for travel writers and content creators called “Responsible Travel Writing” which helps writers think about their work in a way that impacts local communities, the environment, and the travel indust…
 
Velkommen til ISCENE AKTUELT - Danmarks eneste ugentlige nyhedspodcast om dansk scenekunst. I denne uge snakker vi med udviklingschef Pernille Møller Taasinge, fordi Aaben Dans næste weekend afholder microfestivallen Aabent rum og skabt den specfikt til afholdelse under coronapandemien. Derudover anmelder vi også 3 forestillinger, der alle har fået…
 
Velkommen til ISCENE AKTUELT - Danmarks eneste ugentlige nyhedspodcast om dansk scenekunst. Vi udkommer i denne uge forsinket grundet tekniske problemer. I denne uge snakker vi med teaterleder for Teater Momentum Marianne Klint om Momentum-modellen og teatrets nye kunstneriske råd. Derudover anmelder vi også 4 forestillinger, som alle har fået 4 st…
 
Velkommen til ISCENE AKTUELT - Danmarks eneste ugentlige nyhedspodcast om dansk scenekunst. Hver torsdag udkommer vi med de største nyheder og anmeldelser til dig fra det danske scenekunstlandskab. I denne uge snakker vi med skuespiller Ditte Ylva Olsen, der med sit eget børneteater Teater Fantast både i foråret og nu under den lokale nedlukning i …
 
Iscene har været på besøg på Teaterhøjskolen Ryslinge Højskole og fulgt en undervisningsdag. I reportagen undersøges hvorfor unge vælger at tage på teaterhøjskole og hvad de søger at finde. Medvirkende: Skuespiller Rolf Hansen, højskoleelever Amalie Christel Werenskjold Jensen og Andreas Themsen Mortensen Poduceret af iscene.dk for Ryslinge Højskol…
 
Velkommen til ISCENE AKTUELT - Danmarks første og eneste nyhedspodcast om dansk scenekunst. Hver torsdag udkommer vi med de største nyheder og anmeldelser til dig fra det danske scenekunstlandskab. I denne uge snakker vi med teaterdirektør Mette Wolf om en ny undersøgelse fra Aarhus Teater om krænkelser og overgreb i scenekunstbranchen. Mette Wolf …
 
When Ben Aitken learned that his father had taken a four-night vacation marketed to seniors that included three-course meals, plenty of beer, and daily excursions, all for about 100 pounds, he signed himself up. Six times.Ben Aitken joins us today to talk about his book The Gran Tour, which documents his experiences traveling with elders. We also t…
 
Velkommen til ISCENE AKTUELT - Danmarks første og eneste nyhedspodcast om dansk scenekunst. Hver torsdag udkommer vi med de største nyheder og anmeldelser til dig fra det danske scenekunstlandskab. I denne uge snakker vi med operasanger Cassandra Lemoine, der medvirker i Opera Hedelands nye opsætning Susanna og Figaros Bryllup, der er blevet skabt …
 
In this episode Dan shares some juicy SEO trick or treats, while Rob gets excited (again) about some geekiness. We talk to Aussie wedding photographer and fellow podcaster, Thomas Stewart, about his hilarious swim in a fountain (mid ceremony) and the story behind how one of his posts hit 26 Million views. Links: Thomas Stewart Photography Dan Morri…
 
Velkommen til ISCENE AKTUELT - Danmarks første og eneste nyhedspodcast om dansk scenekunst. Hver torsdag udkommer vi med de største nyheder og anmeldelser til dig fra det danske scenekunstlandskab. I denne uge snakker vi med skuespiller Line Bie Rosenstjerne, der sammen med 9 andre kvinder har skabt forestillingen The Female Gaze i et forsøg på at …
 
Every year, Jason Wilson compiles the best examples of travel writing published in the previous year and publishes them in The Best American Travel Writing anthology.Jason last joined us to talk about the coronavirus pandemic and the future of travel writing back in April. Now he's back to talk about The Best American Travel Writing 2020 (Mariner B…
 
Velkommen til ISCENE AKTUELT - Danmarks eneste ugentlige nyhedspodcast om dansk scenekunst. Hver torsdag udkommer vi med de største nyheder og anmeldelser til dig fra det danske scenekunstlandskab. I denne uge fortæller ISCENEs korrespondent i Berlin, Nina Branner, om udviklingen af det tyske teater under coronatiden. Vi hører anmeldelsen af Storm …
 
PODCASTEN ER PRODUCERET AF RYSLINGE HØJSKOLE Med Iscene.dk som mediepartner. Nature Talk er en samtalepodcast med skuespiller Jesper Groth om hans fynske rødder, hans inspiration fra naturen og om at have en diagnose. Samtalen faciliteres af Jeppe Sand, højskoleleder for Ryslinge Højskole. Arrangementet er støttet af Kulturregion Fyns Covid-19-kult…
 
In this episode, Forrest shares his incredible experiences from travelling to more than 100 cities across the world. He talks of how he gave up the "normal life" to embark on a journey that no other street photographer had done before him. He shares some great stories of the struggles and great moments that he stumbled across. He talks about his fu…
 
Velkommen til ISCENE AKTUELT - Danmarks første og eneste nyhedspodcast om dansk scenekunst. Hver torsdag udkommer vi med de største nyheder og anmeldelser til dig fra det danske scenekunstlandskab. I denne uge fortæller vi om Malmø Opera, der har succes med at livestreame deres forestilinger. Operachef Michael Bojesen fortæller, at efter en investe…
 
Velkommen til ISCENE AKTUELT - Danmarks første og eneste nyhedspodcast om dansk scenekunst. Hver torsdag udkommer vi med de største nyheder og anmeldelser til dig fra det danske scenekunstlandskab. I denne uge stiller vi skarpt på de corona-restriktioner, der lige nu præger de danske teatre. Vi snakker med de ansvarlige på Aarhus Teater og Det Kong…
 
Velkommen til ISCENE AKTUELT - Danmarks første og eneste nyhedspodcast om dansk scenekunst. Hver torsdag udkommer vi fremover med de største nyheder og anmeldelser til dig fra det danske scenekunstlandskab. I denne uge stiller vi skarpt på denne uges Årets Reumert-show, hvor vi som det eneste medie giver dig highlights fra showet. Derudover anmelde…
 
In this episode Dan shares stories of his recent trip up north to bonny Scotland, and Rob reveals what his imaginary Tinder profile would look like. Then as we navigate through roars of laughter, we chat to Aga about her journey from architecture to wedding photography, her newfound love of interior design and why her clean and consistent editing s…
 
Velkommen til ISCENE AKTUELT - Danmarks første og eneste nyhedspodcast om dansk scenekunst. Hver torsdag udkommer vi fremover med de største nyheder og anmeldelser til dig fra det danske scenekunstlandskab. I denne udgave ser vi på historien bag lukning af Carte Blanche, der efter 15 år som egnsteater i Viborg har valgt at dreje nøglen om. Derudove…
 
After the Italian Armistice of 1943, Eric Newby escaped from the prison camp in which he'd been held for a year. A local woman named Wanda, her family, and other anti-fascist sympathizers helped him evade the German army by hiding, feeding, and supporting him in the caves and forests of the Apennine mountains. Newby wrote about his experiences as a…
 
Velkommen til ISCENE AKTUELT - Danmarks første og eneste nyhedspodcast om dansk scenekunst. Hver torsdag udkommer vi fremover med de største nyheder og anmeldelser til dig fra det danske scenekunstlandskab. I denne udgave ser vi bl.a. på Frederiksberg Kommune, der har givet flere penge til teatrene. Derudover anmelder vi også bl.a. Den Vægelsindede…
 
Photo: Jay WilliamsIn an old wooden sloop, Philip Marsden set sail along the exposed western coasts of Ireland and Scotland for the Summer Isles, a remote archipelago that holds for him a deep and personal significance. He wrote about his adventures in his new book The Summer Isles (Granta 2019).Philip Marsden joins us today to talk about his voyag…
 
In the early 1980s, Ronald Wright traveled throughout Peru, exploring its peoples, politics, and histories, a journey that he documented in his 1984 book Cut Stones and Crossroads. Ronald stops by the podcast to talk about his travels, his insights, and his book, now republished in the United Kingdom by Eland Publishing after nearly 35 years. It is…
 
In this episode we chat to Dave about him being part of a generation of photographers, what drives his artistic style and what he does in his spare time when he’s not taking photos, drinking beer or speeding down the motorway to make it to the church on time. Resources: David Scholes Photography Dan Morris Photography Rob Edgerley Photography…
 
In this episode we chat with destination wedding photographer. Andrew tells us how he spends his between Zanzibar and Cape Town capturing couples from all over the world. He is also a Safari and hotel chain photographer working throughout Africa. Also a Sigma ambassador. Resources: Andrew Morgan Photography Dan Morris Photography Rob Edge Photograp…
 
Aatish Taseer left New York City behind and traveled to Varanasi to learn Sanskrit and to connect with the ancient learned tradition of India. Taseer joins us today to talk about his experiences in Varanasi, which he wrote about in his book The Twice Born: Live and Death on the Ganges (FSG 2019) out now in paperback. In The Twice Born, Taseer uses …
 
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