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True stories for English speakers learning Spanish. From the makers of Duolingo, the most popular language-learning app, comes a new podcast that delivers fascinating real-life stories in easy-to-understand Spanish with English narration. These are not language lessons; they’re life lessons through language. Hosted by Martina Castro, co-founder of NPR’s Radio Ambulante.
 
Grammy-award winner Linus Wyrsch is one of New York City's most sought-after clarinetists and saxophonists. Full of passion for jazz, Brazilian and Latin music, the Swiss native maintains a busy performance and recording schedule. Audiences in the US, Europe, Asia, and South America have been exhilarated by his heartwarming sounds in many prestigious venues. Linus brings a distinctive yet versatile quality to a variety of projects. He has shared the stage with, among others, Cesar Camargo Ma ...
 
Ken Harbaugh tells the stories of service members who have distinguished themselves through an act of valor. These stories from the Civil War to present day include recipients who were originally overlooked for the medal as well as those who were celebrated at the time. This podcast is made in partnership with The National Medal of Honor Museum.
 
This is my podcast. I have worked in brands like The Ritz-Carlton, Rosewood, Kempinski and 2 Michelin stars restaurantes in 8 countries. I am currently doing the level 4 of WSET in London and own a small business downtown Porto where I do proper wine tasting experiences. People learn here. I also own a small vineyard producing weird Alvarinhos, and traveled to 22 countries. This might be about wine, hospitality or whatever comes up in my minds. Hope you find it useful somehow. I do believe t ...
 
This is a collection of short pieces, poetry or prose, fiction and non-fiction, in several different languages (except standard English). All chosen and recorded by Librivox volunteers. 01 - French - Lettre I by Napoleon Bonaparte key words: prose, letter, Napoléon, Joséphine 02 - Galician - Adiós Ríos, Adiós fontes by Rosalía de Castro key words: poetry 03 - Galician - Cántiga by Manuel Curros Enríquez key words: poetry 04 - Galician - As duas pragas by Manuel Curros Enríquez key words: poe ...
 
This is a podcast dedicated to texts from the Spanish-speaking world, hosted by Dr. Anton Garcia-Fernandez and Dr. Sylvia Morin. We want to provide educational content in an entertaining way in order to give wider exposure to texts that may not be as well known to English speakers.
 
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DeRay, Sam, De'Ara, and Kaya dive into recent overlooked news including state funding for coronavirus relief, Supreme Court appointments, NYC's school reopenings, and a real-life Killmonger. Netta Elzie gives updates on what's happening with the nationwide protests. Then, DeRay chats with Julie Gunnigle, the Democratic nominee for top prosecutor in…
 
In this episode Professor Catherine Fletcher takes us back to 1492 and the heart of the Renaissance. She takes us to the deathbed of one of the most powerful figures in Italy; to the Conclave of cardinals that was gathering to elect a new pope; and across the Atlantic to see Christopher Columbus approaching a New World. Catherine Fletcher is Profes…
 
Host: Dr. Isaac Agboola, MD, MS Guest: Dr. Zach Jarou, MD, MBA Overview: On this episode, Dr. Agboola and Dr. Jarou venture into the oftentimes convoluted task of applying to Emergency Medicine residency. They discuss common pitfalls and misconceptions, giving evidence-based advice on how to increase success in applying whether it be to a community…
 
Welcome to a different and very special episode of Travels Through Time. Today’s interviewee is the extraordinary Holocaust survivor and resistance fighter Selma van de Perre. At the age of ninety-eight, three quarters of a century after she was liberated from Ravensbrück Concentration Camp, Selma tells us her remarkable story and takes us back to …
 
DeRay, De'Ara, Sam and Kaya dive into recent overlooked news including child care, income inequality, dental service, and who Biden would appoint to the Supreme Court. Johnetta Elzie joins again to update us about developments around the current protests. Then, DeRay chats with Baynard Woods and Brandon Soderberg about their new book "I Got a Monst…
 
In this episode of Travels Through Time the author and journalist Hugh Aldersey-Williams takes us back to 1655 and the vibrant heart of the Dutch Golden Age to meet Christiaan Huygens, a figure oddly forgotten by us today but who was once venerated as the greatest mathematician, astronomer and physicist of his age. Hugh guides us back to the year 1…
 
"Get an earful of Miki Yamanaka’s brand new album “Human Dust Suite” as well as a couple of traditionals from Sabertooth Swing’s new album “Songs Of Future Past” on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with host Linus. Plus more music from Sharel Cassity’s latest album “Fearless”, piano duos by the legendary Ran Blake and Frank Carlberg from “Gray Moon…
 
DeRay, Kaya, De'Ara, and Sam dive into recent overlooked news including Black veganism, California's inmate firefighters, a Georgia co-op town, and self-care. Then, DeRay chats with Gregory Washington, President of George Mason University, to discuss the new reality of re-opening schools and the launch of new anti-racism policies. Links: DeRay De'A…
 
How close did we come to a world without the USSR? A world with no Stalin, no KGB, or even Putin today? In this episode of Travels Through Time we head back to 1918 and the scene of the audacious, thrilling Lockhart Plot to find out. Our guide in this episode is the American historian Jonathan Schneer. He takes us back to revolutionary Russia to vi…
 
"On today’s episode of The Jazz Hole your ears are becoming some of the first ones to ever hear music from two brand new albums: Present Company by the Peter Hess Quartet and The Adjacent Possible by Quintopus. Both of these albums are coming out this Friday, September 18th. Other jazz selections today are from the Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra’s albu…
 
DeRay, Kaya, De'Ara, and Sam dive into recent overlooked news including coronavirus test delays, Trump cancelling racial sensitivity training, Miami-Dade's cyberattacks, and Pasco County's pre-crime program. Johnetta Elzie joins again to update us about developments around the current protests. Then, DeRay chats with Julián Castro about his new pod…
 
Who were the Ottomans? Why have they been so neglected in the traditional Western approach to history? What precisely was their influence on the fabled events of the sixteenth century? In this episode of Travels Through Time, the historian Alan Mikhail takes us back to the monumental events of the year 1517 to find out. We look at the conquest of C…
 
"Tune in for a creative set by Lena Bloch & Feathery recorded just before the pandemic lockdown on March 8th 2020 at The Falcon in Marlboro, NY. Host Linus walks you through the program, which consists of compositions by pianist Russ Lossing and bandleader and saxophonist Lena Bloch. Bassist Cameron Brown and drummer Billy Mintz complete the “F…
 
Overview: On this EMRA*Cast, Dr. Agboola sits down and talks to Dr. Dajer about his experience working as a physician during 9/11. Additionally, he gives his personal approach to disaster planning. Key Resources: EMRA Pre-Hospital and Disaster Committee https://www.emra.org/be-involved/committees/prehospital-and-disaster-medicine-committee/ Key Poi…
 
DeRay, Kaya, De'Ara, and Sam dive into recent overlooked news including Iowa's voter suppression, national standards for police training, curfew laws, and Chadwick Boseman's thoughts on the pain of being young, gifted, and Black. Johnetta Elzie joins again to update us about developments around the current protests. Then, DeRay chats with human rig…
 
In this fascinating and unusual episode of Travels Through Time the archaeologist and writer Dr Rebecca Wragg Sykes takes us back further than we’ve ever been before, 125,000 years, to meet our extinct kindred: the Neanderthals. We visit the vibrant wild woodlands of Britain, a hornbeam forest on the European continent and a German lakeshore. Rebec…
 
In this politically-charged episode of Travels Through Time, Professor Simon Hall takes us on a fascinating tour of the United States in 1960. We watch on as 'the Greensboro Four’ ignite a nation-wide series of sit-ins. We take a visit to see Fidel Castro and his swashbuckling entourage at the Hotel Theresa in Harlem. And we watch as Nixon and Kenn…
 
In this episode of Travels Through Time, the writer Thomas Levenson guides us back to the scene of one the first and most devastating of all stock market crashes, an event that traumatised Georgian Britain: the South Sea Bubble. The subject matter, the scenes and characters that feature in this episode come from Levenson's new book, Money for Nothi…
 
"Lots of new music on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus. Tracks by the Anne Mette Iversen Quartet +1 from the album “Racing A Butterfly”, two movements from concertos that were written by saxophonist and composer Quinsin Nachoff (featuring Nathalie Bonin and the Molinari String Quartet), more from Ricardo Grilli’s “1962” album and finally…
 
Take a listen to the first two episodes of DeRay's, Sam and Netta’s new project. The Untold Story: Policing is a four-part podcast series from Campaign Zero and Lemonada Media. Join host and actor Jay Ellis (Insecure, Top Gun: Maverick, Mrs. America) on his mission: to demystify police union contracts, separate truth from fiction, and deliver some …
 
DeRay, Sam, Kaya, and De'Ara dive into recent overlooked news including HBCUs joining Esports, streaming DNC, mental health in a pandemic, and Burundi's reparations. Johnetta Elzie joins again to update us about developments around the current protests. Then, DeRay chats with Ben Wikler, chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, to discuss the fi…
 
In this fascinating episode of Travels Through Time, Ken Follett, one of the world’s best loved historical novelists, guides us back to the beginning of the last millennium. The year we visit, 1002, comes at a time of change when, after centuries of stagnation, English society was beginning to emerge from that gloomy period we call ‘The Dark Ages.’…
 
Overview: In this episode of EMRA*Cast, Dr. Jessie Werner and Dr. Jessica Whittle discuss high flow nasal cannula. Unsure of the difference among nasal cannula, a venti mask or a non-rebreather? Sick asthmatics? Pedi patients? Pneumonia? Learn when to use this modality to improve patient comfort and help stave off intubation. Key Points: Regular na…
 
Irma Silva was born on a ranch, married young, and raised a large family — the traditional life of a rural Mexican woman. At 80 she thought that was it for her…until her grandson made an offer she couldn't refuse, and invited her to be the lead singer of his band. A transcript of this episode is available at podcast.duolingo.com.…
 
In this episode of Travels Through Time we are taken on an invigorating tour of the ports, coasts and oceans of the world with Professor David Abulafia, winner of the prestigious 2020 Wolfson Prize for History for his book, The Boundless Sea. For much more information about this episode, including images of the people and places involved, head to o…
 
DeRay, Sam, Kaya, and De'Ara dive into recent overlooked news including ad scams, Iowa voting rights, Joe Arpaio, and the unraveling of America. Johnetta Elzie joins again to update us about developments around the current protests. Then, DeRay is joined by Jaime Primak Sullivan host of the "Tell Me What to Do" answer listener questions together. L…
 
"On June 4th 2020, the Richard Shulman Trio got together to perform at The Orange Peel in Asheville, NC for a Quarantine Concert Series organized and sponsored by www.iamavl.com. Composer of all the material is pianist Richard Shulman joined by bassist Zack Page and drummer Micah Thomas. The Richard Shulman Trio recently came out with “Waltzing out…
 
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