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ART FOR YOUR EAR brings you stories from some of my favorite contemporary artists. When I studied Art History, the best part was, well, the gossip. I loved finding out why artists did certain things, what was going on in their personal lives, and behind-the-scenes details about other artists they knew and worked with. This podcast is exactly that ... inside-scoop stories from the artsiest people I know. You'll hear first-hand from these talented, successful, full-time artists (who also happe ...
 
Have you ever read a novel, short story, poem, or narrative and then found yourself wondering about it's creator, their backstory, and what type of person could construct the piece of literature in your hands? ​ Well, I know I have. ​ Being an avid book worm and all around knowledge-seeking nerd, I discovered one of my favorite things to do after completing either a series or a book that made me question life, reality, or morality as a whole, was to figure out who it was that crafted such a ...
 
In this podcast I read other people's published poetry. Some of the classic poets, some contempory ones, and everyone in between.
 
Navid Moazzez is a Lifestyle Entrepreneur, online marketing expert, blogger, podcaster and personal branding strategist from Stockholm, Sweden. Navid is extremely passionate about helping entrepreneurs, aspiring lifestyle entrepreneurs and small business owners, just like you, with your branding strategy, building your authority and personal brand online. The Lifestyle Architects Show features interviews with inspiring and successful lifestyle entrepreneurs, like Laura Roeder, Bob Burg, Yaro ...
 
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In this episode I read Minimalism and the Abstract by Maria Takolander from her collection of poetry Ghostly Subjects. And I do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
John Welwood, PhD, was a psychotherapist and practicing Buddhist who integrated Eastern contemplative wisdom and Western science in his work. He published many books and articles, including Journey of the Heart and Toward a Psychology of Awakening. John passed away in January of 2019 at the age of 75. In honor of his amazing life, […]…
 
John Welwood, PhD, was a psychotherapist and practicing Buddhist who integrated Eastern contemplative wisdom and Western science in his work. He published many books and articles, including Journey of the Heart and Toward a Psychology of Awakening. John passed away in January of 2019 at the age of 75. In honor of his amazing life, […]…
 
The three-month-old yellow vest movement in France is the largest protest the country has seen in decades. While protesters hail from diverse backgrounds, what they do share is a deep resentment towards both their government and their nation’s elites. And here the French are not alone. The Italian and British governments have also been feeling ...…
 
In this episode I read Under Ben Bulden by WB Yeats from The Collected Poems of WB Yeats. And I do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
Sarah Churchwell celebrates various leading men of the silver screen from the 1930s and 1940s.She says, "the truth is, I would have done five essays on Cary Grant, but my producer wouldn't let me... Grant embodied the unimaginable." He was also excellent at romantic comedy and drama, and this is now examined. Cherished even.Producer Duncan Minshull…
 
Sarah Churchwell celebrates various leading men of the silver screen, from the 1930s and 1940s.Joel McCrea starred in westerns and crime capers and refused some movies if the characters did not possess moral fibre. So he turned down The Postman Always Rings Twice with Lana Turner. He said he wanted to be the regular guy who 'rode off into the s ...…
 
Our guest this week on the Dental Up Podcast is Dr. Leeshik Shin, DDS. He is a young, up and coming dentist from Little Elm, Texas who brings some insight into what it takes to be a dentist in today’s world. How he was able to open his new practice right after graduating. Shaun and Dr.Shin discuss why it's important to discover and choose your ...…
 
Marguerite Annie Johnson, or as we know her Maya Angelou, was an acclaimed American poet, storyteller, activist, and autobiographer, as well as a singer, dancer, actress, composer, Hollywood’s first black female director, AND civil rights activist alongside both Martin Luther King, Jr and Malcolm X. Her most renowned work, “I Know Why the Caged ...…
 
In this episode of the Fuzion Win Happy podcast, Greg chat's with the poetic wordsmith, the passionate Corkonian, the dreamer, the singer songwriter, John Spillane. The young man who dreamt of being a forester, discovered music in his teens and a deep love of Irish and Irish culture. After spells with various bands John went solo and a fantasti ...…
 
Sarah Churchwell celebrates various leading men of the silver screen, from the 1930s and 1940s.Charles Boyer played killers and gigolos, conmen and psychopaths. He was good at romantic comedy and his Frenchness made him debonair and suave. But it was the voice that was the giveaway - 'deep and purring, with a heavy French accent'. It encouraged ...…
 
In which we learn that having really nice handwriting actually can get you ahead in life (or maybe it's the ability to churn out historical dramas) and maybe don't take photos with mistresses half your age, Alexandre.Follow the podcast on twitter @sadgirlstudypod.
 
In this episode I read The Waste Land by TS Eliot from The Complete Poems and Plays of TS Eliot. And I do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
Sarah Churchwell celebrates various leading men of the silver screen, from the 1930s and 1940s.Frederic March had an amazing range, playing a lot of different types, and he should be admired for this. Off set, however, he comes under a different sort of scrutiny - "everything was harder in real life than on the effortless silver screen".Reader ...…
 
On January 23rd, millions of Venezuelans took to the streets in support of Juan Guiado, the president of the National Assembly, as he swore himself in as interim president. While Guiado has the support of many foreign governments, including the United States, President Nicolas Maduro insists that he is the rightful leader. How did Venezuela get ...…
 
Lissa Rankin, MD, is a New York Times bestselling author, public speaker, and physician. Her books include The Fear Cure, Mind Over Medicine, and The Anatomy of a Calling. She has worked with Sounds True to publish The Daily Flame: 365 Love Letters from Your Inner Pilot Light. In this episode of Insights at the […]…
 
Lissa Rankin, MD, is a New York Times bestselling author, public speaker, and physician. Her books include The Fear Cure, Mind Over Medicine, and The Anatomy of a Calling. She has worked with Sounds True to publish The Daily Flame: 365 Love Letters from Your Inner Pilot Light. In this episode of Insights at the […]…
 
Sarah Churchwell celebrates various leading men of the silver screen, from the 1930s and 1940s:It is Clark Gable and Gone with the Wind of course. And countless other films, where this classic star could exercise his physical presence. And, according to the writer, his appeal lay as an 'object fought over by women'. Is this his only talent?Prod ...…
 
Greg chats with Siobhan O'Donoghue, CEO of Uplift, the organisation that takes on causes it believes in, including housing, climate change, racial injustice, the rise of the far right and gender equality. As a young girl she stopped chickens from being killed on the farm, as a nurse she stood up for patients and patient care and as a community ...…
 
In this episode I read Date #9 (Ojos Azules/Blue Eyes) by Franki Elliot from her collection of poems Stories for people who hate love and other electrical activities of the heart. And I do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.p.s. brief language warning…
 
In this episode I read I Am Brushing Myself by Jill Jones from her collection of poems Viva the Real. And I do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
Writer and broadcaster A L Kennedy continues her exploration of voice. Today: make some noise before it's too late.Written and read by A L Kennedy.Produced by Justine Willett
 
Chandra Brown is an educator, writer, and river guide who has worked on the West’s most iconic rivers, including many seasons below the rim of the Grand Canyon. She’s also the founder of the Freeflow Institute, a unique Montana-based program that offers multi-day river trips for writers and creatives that combine immersion in the natural world ...…
 
Our guest this week, on the Dental Up Podcast is “ The Queen of Smiles” Dr. Catrise L. Austin, DDS. We chatted with Dr. Austin about her impressive list of famous patients and how a certain artist elevated her career, crowning her “The Queen of Smiles”. We talk about the importance of always reinventing yourself and why it’s very important to t ...…
 
Writer and broadcaster A L Kennedy continues her exploration of voice. Today, she compares the soothing radio voices of her childhood with the angry voices of today's media.Written and read by A L Kennedy.Producer: Justine Willett
 
In this episode I read If by Rudyard Kipling from the selected poems of Rudyard Kipling. And I do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
In which we learn that 17 pregnancies, a bad brother-in-law and bad eyesight leads to a...shockingly stable reign? And I talk about The Favourite at length.Follow the pod on twitter @sadgirlstudypod.
 
Acclaimed writer A L Kennedy continues her exploration of voice. Today she looks at the voice on the page - and the importance of telling our stories.Written and read by A L Kennedy.Producer: Justine Willett
 
Thomas Hardy was an English novelist and poet active from the 19th to the early 20th century, best known for works such as Jude the Obscure and Far From the Maddening Crowd. Now, I know when we hear words like England and 19th century, we all start thinking the same thing – more super tight collars of the Victorian Era. Hardy, however, was a Vi ...…
 
Acclaimed writer and broadcaster A L Kennedy continues her exploration of voice. Today she looks at the importance of conversation, and of being heard.Written and read by A L Kennedy.Producer: Justine Willett
 
As democracy declines around the globe and geopolitical competition grows, US sentiment increasingly appears to favor going it alone. But if we abandoned our long-term global commitments, what would happen to the current world order? Robert Kagan, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and author, The Jungle Grows Back: America and Our Impe ...…
 
Tami Simon is the founder and CEO of Sounds True, as well as the host of Insights at the Edge. In this special episode, Tami celebrates an amazing milestone: her five-hundredth podcast. Speaking on her many years as an interviewer, Tami explains that she has been able to take in all the competing, often contradictory […]…
 
Tami Simon is the founder and CEO of Sounds True, as well as the host of Insights at the Edge. In this special episode, Tami celebrates an amazing milestone: her five-hundredth podcast. Speaking on her many years as an interviewer, Tami explains that she has been able to take in all the competing, often contradictory […]…
 
Using her own voice recordings, writer A L Kennedy explores the power of voice, and what it can say about us.Written and read by: A L KennedyProducer: Justine Willett
 
In this episode I read Kid by Simon Armitage from his collection of poetry The Shout. And I do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
A young couple got married and had their wedding reception at the Imperial Hotel in Cork and travelled onto Shannon Airport to wave goodbye to their families and emigrate to New York. They left New York, six years later on Valentines Day, 1963 on a ship to return home, after a fantastic adventure in the "City that never sleeps". Working and liv ...…
 
In an attempt to demystify this huge and multifaceted genre, five creative individuals examine their own encounters with opera. These personal essays reveal the variety of ways in which opera can seduce, fascinate, baffle, frustrate and excite, as well as its potential powers of healing and redemption.Garth Greenwell is a poet, critic and educa ...…
 
In this episode I read The Geometry Blinked Ruin Unimaginable by Patti Smith from her collection of poems Augeries of Innocence. And I do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
Rachel Cooke examines the trappings that surround opera-going, and what makes it worth it.In an attempt to demystify this huge and multifaceted genre for the BBC's Opera season, five creative individuals examine their own encounters with opera. These personal essays reveal the variety of ways in which opera can seduce, fascinate, baffle, frustr ...…
 
On this week’s episode of the Dental Up Podcast, we sat down with Dr. Jerry M. Rosenberg, DMD FAGD and chatted about the powerful and positive impact of providing charitable dental services to both your local community and those abroad. In this episode you will hear about: 1. Getting to know Dr. Rosenberg and what inspired him to get into denti ...…
 
As part of the BBC's Opera season, five creative individuals examine their own encounters with opera. These personal essays reveal the variety of ways in which opera can seduce, fascinate, baffle, frustrate and excite. David Threlfall saw his first opera - Zeffirelli's production of La Boheme - in New York in 1980. Since then his relationship w ...…
 
In which we re-learn how a sad asthmatic orphan and a Tall Girl joined forces and changed the course of English history (and the structure of English government) featuring a not so promising engagement, some great jewelry, a flood and goldfish. Look, I just adore William and Mary, so strap in because this episode is a long boy.Questions/comment ...…
 
In an attempt to demystify this huge and multifaceted genre, five creative individuals examine their own encounters with opera. These personal essays reveal the variety of ways in which opera can seduce, fascinate, baffle, frustrate and excite. In the second essay in the series, academic and novelist Patricia Duncker examines the dangerous and ...…
 
In July 2014, Washington Post Tehran bureau Chief Jason Rezaian was arrested by Iranian police and accused of spying for America. What he initially thought was a political stunt became an eighteen-month prison stint with impossibly high diplomatic stakes. Jason Rezaian joins WorldAffairs Co-host Ray Suarez to share his story, as told in his com ...…
 
Ayelet Waldman is a former federal public defender, current adjunct professor at UC Berkeley Law School, and a bestselling author. Her books include Love and Treasure, Daughter's Keeper, and A Really Good Day: How Microdosing Made a Mega Difference in My Mood, My Marriage, and My Life. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, […]…
 
Ayelet Waldman is a former federal public defender, current adjunct professor at UC Berkeley Law School, and a bestselling author. Her books include Love and Treasure, Daughter's Keeper, and A Really Good Day: How Microdosing Made a Mega Difference in My Mood, My Marriage, and My Life. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, […]…
 
Frustratingly banal plots and often incomprehensible lyrics meant that for much of his listening life Julian Barnes had 'a serious problem with opera'. Then all that changed.In an attempt to demystify this huge and multifaceted genre for the BBC's Opera season, five creative individuals examine their own encounters with opera, as an art form an ...…
 
**language warning** In this episode I read Mescaline by Allen Ginsberg from The Collected Poems of Allen Ginsberg. And Ai do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
In this episode I read Model friend by Charles Bukowski from his collection of poetry Sifting through the Madness for the Word, the Line, the Way. And I do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
Andrew Martin's five essays that muse on the county of his birth and upbringing:Sitting on a bench in Scarborough station, he recalls the Yorkshire coast of his youth. This takes in Whitby and Bram Stoker. Robin Hood Bay and the roofs of its houses. Filey and its rock-pools. And Hull.Producer Duncan Minshull…
 
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