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The American Masters Podcast features new interviews with contemporary artists and cultural figures, along with previously unreleased material from the American Masters series’ 30+ years of award-winning documentary films for PBS. Powered by PRX. Subscribe now!
 
Variety's "My Favorite Episode," hosted by Michael Schneider, is where stars and producers gather to discuss their favorite TV episodes ever — from classic sitcoms to modern-day dramas — as well as pick a favorite episode from their own series. Guests like "Stranger Things" star David Harbour (who chose an episode of "The X-Files") and "Broad City" creators Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer (they're partial to "The Golden Girls") aren't just on TV, they watch it too — and they're big fans like ...
 
It's all about your attitude. A positive, enlightening and informative podcast of amazing adventures from men and women who live in the spirit of the wilderness attitude! Hosted by Brandon Waddell, who has re-introduced himself and his children to wildlife, hunting and respect for the outdoors. In rediscovering his passion for life, health, and the wilderness, he has felt compelled to share his story and others stories in hopes of inspiring people. Produced by Mauromedia
 
TURN IT ON with Michael Schneider is a weekly dive into what's new and what's now in TV -- no matter what you're watching or where you're watching it. Each episode features interviews with producers, reviews, essays on the latest buzz and trends, plus a roundup of what's premiering and what's returning over the coming week. With an enormous amount of choices overwhelming even the most sophisticated viewer, TURN IT ON is a must-listen for TV fans looking to make sense of what to watch and whe ...
 
Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. Every 10 days, a new episode is published that covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode com ...
 
Fostering faith outside of institutionalized religion.
 
Brain Science was launched in 2006 by Dr. Ginger Campbell, an experienced emergency physician with a passion for exploring how recent discoveries in neuroscience are revealing how our brains make us who we are. This podcast is for non-scientists, scientists, and everyone in between. We interview scientists and discuss the latest books about the brain. Monthy episodes resume in June 2017, but all episodes posted since January 2013 are available for FREE in iTunes. Please visit our website for ...
 
The Institute for the Arts and Humanities serves as UNC-Chapel Hill’s faculty home for interdisciplinary conversation and collaboration. The IAH supports its mission through its commitment to three interrelated areas of faculty life: scholarship, leadership, and fellowship. The IAH podcast features in-depth conversations with Fellows. The owl tops Hyde Hall, our Franklin Street home.
 
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Emmy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus knew how important it was for "Veep" to end with a bang -- and is proud that they pulled off a memorable finale. On this edition of the podcast, we talk to Louis-Dreyfus and Tony Hale, both of whom are Emmy nominated this year for their roles as President Selina Meyer and her bag boy, Gary Walsh, on "Veep." Louis ...…
 
Professor J. Michael Terry talks about his research on linguistic bias of standardized testing.By Institute for the Arts and Humanities (UNC-CH).
 
Be prepared to pick up brain matter, because your mind is about to be blown. Tim Burnette and Dan Rosado chat with me about transpantheism. What is it and why does it matter? Guests Bio/Info: Tim Burnette is a graduated of Claremont School of Theology and pastor of The Way Collective, a new movement in Santa Barbara, CA, and is a community for ...…
 
Margaret Burnett of Oregon State University spoke with SE Radio’s Felienne about GenderMag, a way to assess the inclusivity of software. This episode explores ‘inclusivity bugs’ — issues that might impede software’s usability — discussing the different cognitive styles people can have, and how to make sure that the software we create is usable ...…
 
Assistant Professor Danielle Christmas discusses her latest book project on the literature of the contemporary American white nationalist movement.By Institute for the Arts and Humanities (UNC-CH).
 
I hope your fragile heart is ready, because you’re about to fall in love with Laura Beth Buchleiter. In this episode Laura Beth talks about what it means for her to be both transgender and Christian. We also talk about her trans journey and much more. Guest Bio/Info: Laura Beth Buchleiter is a trans Christian, author, speaker, and seminarian. F ...…
 
Claire Le Goues, Associate Professor at Carnegie Mellon University discusses her area of research: automated program repair – the ability of programs to fix bugs in other programs. Host Felienne spoke with Le Goues about how these techniques work. The techniques include: applying ‘sensible’ edits (moving blocks of code, adding null checks autom ...…
 
Joshua Davies, author of Implementing SSL / TLS Using Cryptography and PKI discussed SSL/TLS, public-key infrastructure, certificate authorities, and vulnerabilities in the security infrastructure. Robert Blumen spoke with Davies about the history of SSL/TLS; TLS 1.3; symmetric and asymmetric cryptography; the TLS handshake; the Diffie-Helman k ...…
 
This month's episode is the beginning a four part series about the Neuroscience of Consciousness. This month I am discussing and comparing the ideas from several recent books on the subject in preparation for several upcoming interviews on the subject. Many people consider consciousness to be the biggest mystery of all, but in this episode we e ...…
 
Assistant Professor, Art Historian Maggie Cao discusses her work on 19th century landscapes and her latest book project on artistic creation in the maritime world of the 18th and 19th centuries.Here's her latest book The End of Landscape in Nineteenth-Century America: www.ucpress.edu/book.php?isbn=9780520291423…
 
Take a bow before the 2019 Rubem Alves Award winner, Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros, as she talks about theopoetics, decolonizing theology, and her most recent chapbook, Becoming Coztōtōtl. It’s a delightful conversation with an even more delightful human being! Guest Bio/Info: Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros is a Tejana poet, freelance writer, and spea ...…
 
Heidi Howard, a researcher in the field of distributed systems, discusses distributed consensus. Heidi explains when we need it, when we don’t need and the algorithms we use to achieve it. Adam Gordon Bell spoke with Heidi about the history of distributed consensus, paxos and variations on it, such as raft and flexible paxos, performance and […]…
 
Emmy-nominated "Orange is the New Black" actress Laverne Cox admits she lived the Samantha lifestyle in late '90s New York City, which is one of the reasons she was a huge fan of HBO's "Sex and the City." On this edition of the podcast, we talk to Cox as she wows us with her in-depth knowledge of all things "Sex and the City," as well as the le ...…
 
Justin Richer, lead author of the OAuth2 In Action book and editor of OAuth extensions RFC 7591, 7592, and 7662, discusses the key technical features of the OAuth 2.0, the industry-standard protocol for authorization and what makes this the best choice for authorizing access to API resources. Host Gavin Henry spoke with Richer about browser […]…
 
RuPaul remains a huge fan of "The Golden Girls" and rewatches the classic TV sitcom often. On this edition of the podcast, we talk to "RuPaul's Drag Race" stars RuPaul and Michelle Visage about their favorite episodes of TV. RuPaul went classic, with a hysterical Season 2 episode where Dorothy discovers her date is actually a priest. And Michel ...…
 
Jacqueline Lawton, Assistant Professor of Dramatic Art, sits down with us to talk drama: teaching and writing. She also talks about the inspiration of her latest play she is writing and researching on the life of investigative journalist Marvel Cooke. Prof. Lawton has since completed the play we discussed in the interview. The play, titled EDGE ...…
 
Gabriel Gonzalez, the creator of Dhall, the non-repetitive alternative to YAML on why configuration is important and how we can make it better. Adam Gordon Bell spoke Gonzalez about Dhall, yaml, total functional programming and dealing with configuration at scale. Topics covered include problems dealing with configuration in a large organizatio ...…
 
Did someone say deconstruction? In this episode I chat with Anthony Mako about his podcasting and writing project, Postmodern Liturgy. We also chat about the emergent church, all things postmodernism, and The Sandlot. Guest Bio/Info: Anthony Mako is a musician and theologian interested in being a curator of experiences which reveal beauty. His ...…
 
"I'm Sorry" creator and star Andrea Savage was a huge fan of the late 1990s/early 2000s CBS sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond," which mined its writers' real home lives for stories, much as "I'm Sorry" now does. Savage's favorite episode is "Marie's Sculpture," which first aired in 2001. On this edition of the podcast, we talk to Andrea Savage ab ...…
 
"Better Call Saul" star Bob Odenkirk marvels these days at how good television has become, and he puts recent sitcoms like Hulu's "Pen15" right along some of his all-time favorites, such as the British "The Office" and another britcom, "The Royle Family." On this edition of the podcast, we talk to Bob Odenkirk about the comedies the influenced ...…
 
BS 159 is an interview with Dr. Kevin Mitchell, author of Innate: How the Wiring of Our Brains Shapes Who We Are. We discuss the fact that our brain-based behavior is actually more innate than is commonly realized. Even identical twins are innately different despite having nearly identical genomes. This is because of events that occur during br ...…
 
Associate Professor of Art History Lyneise Williams discusses her recent talk at an art symposium in southern France and shares her thoughts on the importance of physical objects in visual representation.By Institute for the Arts and Humanities (UNC-CH).
 
Marcus Blankenship discusses programmer motivation (and de-motivation), which is key to job satisfaction, performance, and turnover. Travis Kimmel spoke with Blankenship about why engineering motivation matters, the unique motivation needs of engineers, mentoring and coaching for motivation, 1:1s, and self-motivation. Related Links Marcus Blank ...…
 
Dinner’s ready and so is this episode with Dr. Shelley Yael Dennis. In this episode Dr. Dennis talks about her new book, Edible Entanglements: On a Political Theology of Food. We talk about how our theology and climate change crisis affects how we think about food. Guest Bio/Info: Shelley Yael Dennis, MD, PhD, is Faculty Chair of Health Science ...…
 
"Drunk History" creator and host Derek Waters is a child of the 1980s, and was an obsessive TV fan growing up. Among his favorite TV series was the groundbreaking half-hour "The Wonder Years." Waters' pick is the pilot episode of "The Wonder Years," which first aired after the Super Bowl in 1988 and went on to win the Primetime Emmy award for o ...…
 
Joel Spolsky (“Joel on Software”), founder and CEO of Stack Overflow, discusses lessons of building successful software companies. Host Nate Black spoke with Joel about the venture funded “land grab” situations vs. “bootstrapping with profitability”. How do venture capitalists think and how can you make fundraising easier? What’s the strategy t ...…
 
This week we are joined by Producer of Major League Bowhunter on the Sportsman Channel, Brandon Adams. Raised as a farm boy, Brandon honed his hunting skills through competitive archery & hunting with his father. He talks about how he got into the television industry and the many ventures he had a youngster that brought him to where he is today ...…
 
Hugh Grant has become good friends over the years with John Cleese. But long before he ever met the British comedy icon, Grant was a fan from the very beginning of Cleese's legendary 1970s comedy "Fawlty Towers." On this edition of the podcast, we talk to Hugh Grant about his love of "Fawlty Towers," how he's still learning how to stream TV, ho ...…
 
Aaron Patterson of GitHub discusses the Ruby language and its runtime. Host Jeremy Jung spoke with Aaron about the Ruby language and how it works. They discuss the language virtual machine, concurrency, garbage collection, and JIT compilation. If you’ve ever wondered what’s happening under the hood of a programming language, this is a great int ...…
 
In an episode from January 2018, Associate Professor of Anthropology Charles Price discusses his current project on Rastafarian IdentityBy Institute for the Arts and Humanities (UNC-CH).
 
Wordsmiths commence! Edward Vidaurre is here to talk about his newest poetry collection, JAZzHOUSE. We also talk about location and liberation as impetuses for poetic expression. Guest Bio/Info: Edward Vidaurre is the 2018-2019 McAllen, Texas Poet Laureate and author of six collections of poetry with JAZzHOUSE being his latest. He writes from t ...…
 
Patty Jenkins has become a celebrated director for films such as "Monster" and "Wonder Woman," as well as her recent TV limited series "I Am the Night." But she's also a huge comedy fan. Jenkins' pick for favorite episode is "Summer Holiday," the 1984 series finale of "The Young Ones," a surrealistic British sitcom that aired in the UK on BBC2, ...…
 
David Beronio a.k.a Hollywood Dave, grew up in Lake Tahoe as a hunter, fisherman, ski racer and all around sportsman. He is now a hunting guide, father, volunteer & minister, and his passion for the outdoors has only grown. We talk about his life in the wilderness, his involvement with Outback Outdoors & Train To Hunt and the different adventur ...…
 
Niecy Nash first hit it big as a comedic actress on shows like "Reno 911." But the short-lived HBO series "Getting On," which mixed comedy with plenty of drama, gave Nash a chance to show off another side of her acting skills. Based on a British series of the same name, "Getting On" earned Nash two Emmy nominations for outstanding supporting ac ...…
 
This month marks the return of popular Brain Science guest Dr. Patricia Churchland (BS 55 and BS 81). We talk about her new book, Conscience: The Origins of Moral Intuition. This book is a great combination of up to date neuroscience and critical thinking. It is recommended for listeners of all backgrounds. Please visit http://brainsciencepodca ...…
 
Philip speaks with new IAH Director Andy Perrin on his research and how he will apply it to leading the Institute for the next 5 years. Dr. Perrin begins his term as director on July 1, 2019.By Institute for the Arts and Humanities (UNC-CH).
 
Karen Gonzalez is here to talk about her newest book, The God Who Sees: Immigrants, the Bible, and the Journey to Belong. She talks about her story as an immigrant and the stories of immigration in the Bible. Guest Bio/Info: Karen González is a speaker, writer, and immigrant advocate who works as director of human resources for World Relief. An ...…
 
What does it mean to stand on the shoulders of giants? Listen to stories from this season of the American Masters Podcast, and learn more about the people who are changing the way we think. Guests include filmmaker Bo Burnham, musician Boots Riley, artist Miranda July, activist DeRay Mckesson, chef David Chang, author Viet Thanh Nguyen and more ...…
 
Howard Chu, CTO of Symas Corp and chief architect of the OpenLDAP project, discusses the key technical features of the Lightning Memory-mapped Database (LMDB) that make it one of the fastest, most efficient, and safest embedded data stores in the world. Host Gavin Henry spoke with Chu about B+tree data structures, multi-version concurrency cont ...…
 
Marisa Tomei was walking through the East Village in Manhattan late one evening when she came across Natasha Lyonne, an old friend since their days starring together in the 1998 film "The Slums of Beverly Hills." Lyonne was shooting "Russian Doll," her Netflix comedy that has become a critical hit. Tomei was an immediate fan. On this edition, w ...…
 
Chris Richardson of microservices.io and author of the book Microservices Patterns discuss microservices patterns which constitute a set of best practices and building-block solutions to problems inherent in building applications out of small coordinated services. Host Robert Blumen spoke with Richardson about the evolution of microservices, co ...…
 
Grant Taylor grew up in Huntsville, Texas as a rifle hunter and had not experienced much with a bow until joining the Buck Commander crew on the Outdoor Channel in 2011. Since then, Grant has become quite the bowhunter and he is here to share some of his favorite memories on the show, some pro tips & what animal is still on his full-draw bucket ...…
 
Jimmy Fallon believes "Taxi" may be the perfect sitcom. "The Tonight Show" host watched a lot of TV as a kid and gravitated toward the golden age of late 1970s sitcoms like "Barney Miller" and "Mary Tyler Moore." But "Taxi" was one of his all-time favorites, and in particular, the episode "Jim's Inheritance," from late in the show's run. In thi ...…
 
We interview T Bone Burnett on his introduction to music, inspiration, collaboration, and utilizing both analog and digital technologies in music production.This episode was originally release on December 14, 2017By Institute for the Arts and Humanities (UNC-CH).
 
Prepared to be descended upon, because Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim is here to chat about the Spirit. We chat about her book, The Homebrewed Christianity Guide to the Holy Spirit: Hand-Raisers, Han, and the Holy Ghost and all things pneumatology. Guest Bio/Info: Grace Ji-Sun Kim is a Korean American theologian. Her many books include The Homebrewed Chr ...…
 
Viet Thanh Nguyen discusses growing up in the U.S. as a refugee from Vietnam, and how writing and reading helped him cope with this difficult experience. He explains how his Pulitzer Prize-winning debut novel “The Sympathizer” (2015) and short story collection “The Refugees” (2017) were partly inspired by problems with cultural representation i ...…
 
Derek Collison of Synadia discusses messaging systems and the open source project NATS. Host Jeremy Jung spoke with Collison about different messaging patterns such as request reply, publish subscribe, and queuing. They discuss how introducing a messaging system can solve problems like routing, load balancing, and security to simplify ops. They ...…
 
For Eva Longoria, the "Desperate Housewives" pilot was a masterclass in how to create and launch a TV show, and she says she still uses what she learned from that experience as a producer launching her own shows. That includes ABC's new sudsy drama "Grand Hotel," about the last family-owned hotel in Miami. Roselyn Sanchez stars, and also joins ...…
 
For all you baseball fans, this week we are joined by professional pitcher, Brett Graves. Brett talks about his two biggest passions: baseball and bowhunting. We discuss how he is able to make both work throughout the year, the similarities between the mental game of each and why whitetails get his blood pumping as much as being on the pitcher’ ...…
 
"The Conners" star and executive producer Sara Gilbert picks the hour-long very special "Family Ties" episode from 1987, "A, My Name is Alex." In the episode, Alex's friend Greg is killed in a car accident, leading to Alex's survivor's guilt that he was supposed to be in that car as well. Eventually he sees a therapist, and the episode morphs i ...…
 
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