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Between audio books? Curious about the writers themselves? Listen to full-length sessions from the Bay Area Book Festival, where readers and writers meet each year in Berkeley, CA, to engage with their favorite authors, including Pulitzer Prize winners, chefs, and activists, to discuss writing, race, love, mystery, and more.
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A book podcast where you will discover new books and get reading tips, but we also talk about lifestyle, wellness, and self-care. So let's learn something new, feel encouraged and inspired, and have fun!
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The Marlborough Book Festival

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The Marlborough Book Festival is an annual readers and writers festival held in July in Marlborough, New Zealand. Listen to our podcasts to hear discussions with our featured writers, as they explain the challenges and the highlights of creating their various works and their lives as writers. For more information, head to: https://www.marlboroughbookfest.co.nz/
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Burned By Books

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A podcast for writers and readers who are obsessive about their books. Interviews with established and up-and-coming writers, and recommendations for the best in contemporary fiction, poetry, and drama. Chris Holmes. Chris is Chair of Literatures in English and Associate Professor at Ithaca College. He writes criticism on contemporary global literatures. He is the co-director of The New Voices Festival, a celebration of work in poetry, prose, and playwriting by up-and-coming young writers.
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Litquake is San Francisco's nine-day literary festival for booklovers, complete with cutting-edge panel discussions, unique cross-media events, and hundreds of readings. Litquake's Lit Cast is our selection of live recordings from the "Epicenter", a monthly series which embraces a theater of ideas between writers and readers.
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Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Library service host a varied programme of events throughout the year, some of which we record, including a series of literary events called dlr Library Voices and an annual literary festival called Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival run in collaboration with dlr Arts Office. Our books podcast Need To Read is where authors, professionals and avid readers share their favourite books across their area of interest, expertise or obsession.
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Exploring science fiction from all angles - covering the past, the present and the future! We cover science fiction books, film, TV and other media. And we talk about classic or "golden age" SF alongside modern SF, using our "past/present/future" angles. Your hosts: Phil Nichols of the Bradburymedia website, who is also know for the Bradbury 100 podcast and the Bradbury 101 Youtube channel; and Colin Kuskie of the Take Me To Your Reader podcast. Both Phil and Colin love adapted science ficti ...
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Neurodivergent Moments

Joe Wells and Abigoliah Schamaun

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Ever walk into a room and immediately forget why you’re there? Or get confused when someone is surprised you’ve taken what they said literally? Comedians, Abigoliah Schamaun and Joe Wells do, and so do their guests, and these Neurodivergent Moments shine a light into the world of our diverse minds. Each episode, ADHD Abigoliah and Autistic Joe, speak to a guest with a neurodivergence about their divergence, life, career and how they navigate the neurotypical society we live in. Lighthearted, ...
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The Birmingham Literature Festival Podcast - Welcome to the very first Birmingham Literature Festival podcast, bringing writers and readers together to discuss some of 2020’s best books. Each Thursday we’ll be releasing new episodes of the podcast, including wonderful discussions about writing, poetry, big ideas and social issues. Join us each week for exciting and inspiring conversations with new, and familiar, writers from the Midlands and beyond.
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The Holistic Interior Design Podcast guides new, aspiring and current Interior Designers as they navigate the entrepreneurial path of an independent Interior Designer. On this podcast you will learn from the experiences of seasoned Interior Designers as they share strategies of how they built their businesses. Discover supportive trade partners and inspiring artists from around the world. You'll also get insight on how our host Rachel Larraine Crawford shares her take on design from a holist ...
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FWF is building a community of feminist writers, readers, speakers and leaders, who are united in their goal to end gender inequality through the power of storytelling and conversation. Through our events, podcasts, publishing and facilitation, we connect audiences and experts to come together in solidarity, to share their stories and enhance their capacities to contribute to the cause. INCLUDES: FWF panels from the festivals 2018-2020 and the 2020 FWF Talks Series.
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Writes4Festivals

Writes4Women and Listen Up Podcasting

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The Writes4Festivals Podcast covers all sorts of writing festivals from all around regional NSW (and sometimes beyond). Mudgee Readers Festival, National Young Writers Festival, Storyfest Feminist Writers Festival Scone And we aren't done yet! Each festival brings it's own unique flavour and perspective on life and writing through panel discussions, readings, intimate conversations with writers and some truly hilarious comedy routines. Let Writes4Festivals bring the festival to you. www.writ ...
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Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival

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Join us around the ancient fire of story, as we gather to listen to key events from the 2023 Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival. The Festival moved as a current, bringing ideas in and sending others on a voyage beyond. This podcast series records some of these encounters, so that their ripples might ebb and flow, far into the future. We give thanks to mana whenua ki Ōtākou me Puketeraki, Otago Access Radio and all of our generous supporters, for making these podcasts possible.
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Best of the Emirates LitFest

Emirates Literature Foundation

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On this podcast you will find full session recordings from the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature and festival author interviews with Emirates ICE, as well as some special features. The Festival is the Arab World’s largest celebration of the written and spoken word, connecting readers with authors and books. The Festival is organised by the Emirates Literature Foundation, a non-profit NGO established to spread the love of literature.
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Lots to describe here! I own Brid's Closet, a metaphysical shop in Cornwall NY. Professional tarot reader, 3rd degree Progressive High Priestess, Reiki Master, Herbalist, teacher. Host various radio shows, as well as The Brid's Closet's Beltane Festival, The Cornwall and Newburgh Witches Meetup AND write for various pagan publications.
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The Secret Life of Writers by Tablo

Jemma Birrell, Tablo Publishing

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The Secret Life of Writers is a series of rambling conversations with some of the world’s most interesting and visionary writers and creative icons about how they got where they are, what they’re working on now, and how they balance art and life. These warm and personal interviews take you behind-the-scenes of the writing world. Hosted by Jemma Birrell, formerly of the Sydney Writers' Festival and Shakespeare & Company in Paris, and now the Creative Director at Tablo. Subscribe to hear a new ...
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Dj Elaya was born in Athens, Greece. From a very young age he got introduced to a variety of music through his family’s record shop. The fact that he was in a music environment almost since he was born, helped him to be up to date with what was happening in the music industry. Music for him became soon a way of life. When he grew up he started to manage the record shop. It didn’t take him long to realize that music would be his full time employment for the rest of his life. His next thought ...
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Being Green

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PROUDLY SPONSORED BY GERLINDE MOSER OF RE/MAX. Being Green – Your window on the environment broadcast every Friday morning at 9.30. Glynis Crook will focus on key issues affecting our lifestyles, science and research outcomes, the quest for sustainable living and a healthier planet.
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What's one thing you wish you had known when you began your career? On this podcast we explore honest conversations and stories from the likes of marketer’s, CEOs, entrepreneurs, business owners and creative individuals, breaking the mould with an insight to their success. We dive deep into their journey’s from conception to the present day, exploring how they overcame hurdles, disrupted the market and eventually discovered their own version of success. You can expect new guests every month ...
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What Editors Want

Philip Connor Finn

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What Editors Want is a new podcast in which I interview a different editor each week from the world of publishing. It’s aimed at readers who want to hear the behind the scenes story of how their favourite books get made, and aspiring authors who want to know how to get published. I’ve spoken to everyone from the biggest names in the industry to independent publishers taking a dynamic and innovative approach to making books. Along the way I’ve met the editors behind Nobel and Booker Prize win ...
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Les and Jack on Writing - Uncensored

Jack Holland and Les Edgerton

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Les Edgerton and Jack Holland discuss the writing of a publishable novel in a relaxed, chatty format. They saw the need for some real-life info on effective writing versus the cookie-cutter bumper sticker advice many podcasts are based on. Their advice is based on what works in the real world of publishing. Example: Write what you know. Bullshit, bumper sticker advice. Better: Write what you can convince the reader you know. If a writer followed the first piece of advice, chances are pretty ...
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A podcast about news and culture in the Charlottesville area. From the WTJU 91.1 FM newsroom, we cover local news with Charlottesville Tomorrow, state news with journalist Peter Galuszka, and Arts This Week to learn about the latest in the area's cultural events.
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Welcome to "The Foodie Diary," the ultimate food and recipe podcast that will take your taste buds on a thrilling journey through the world of culinary delights. Whether you're a seasoned home cook or a curious foodie, join us as we explore the vibrant and diverse universe of flavors, ingredients, and techniques that make cooking an art form. https://thefoodiediary.com/ The recipes and information provided on this website/cookbook/blog/podcast [The Foodie Diary] are for informational and edu ...
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This week we make big talk about small talk with Elsa Williams. Elsa is one half of the autistic-themed satirical website, The Daily Tism. Check it out here: https://thedailytism.com/ Elsa is also on instagram as @pidgewilliams and Xwitter as @williamspidge Rate, Review and Subscribe and we'll see you again in two weeks with a wonderful special gue…
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Real Americans (Knopf, 2024) begins on the precipice of Y2K in New York City, when twenty-two-year-old Lily Chen, an unpaid intern at a slick media company, meets Matthew. Matthew is everything Lily is not: easygoing and effortlessly attractive, a native East Coaster, and, most notably, heir to a vast pharmaceutical empire. Lily couldn't be more di…
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Welcome to Episode 163 of the Holistic Interior Design Podcast! In this episode, we're diving into the world of social media content planning with a focus on theming out your week. If you've ever struggled with what to post or felt overwhelmed by the idea of keeping your social media fresh and engaging, this episode is for you. We'll be sharing fiv…
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In Being Green this week, Glynis Crook continues her discussion with Wild Survivors founder, Francesca Mahoney, about elephants in Tanzania, and how their fear of bees is being harnessed to protect farms and help communities along the animal’s migratory corridors. To find out more, go to: www.wildsurvivors.org…
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Send me a text message Ever wondered what dark secrets could lie behind the inheritance of a luxurious apartment? In The New Couple in 5B by Lisa Unger, we follow Rosie, a true crime writer, and her actor husband Chad as they experience the eerie and suspenseful events that unfold after inheriting a lavish Park Avenue apartment with a sinister past…
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22. We'd Like A Word hosts Paul Waters & Jonathan Kennedy interview stars of Indian & Irish literature and film making at the 2024 Jaipur Literature Festival at the British Library in London. (It's possible that Paul repeatedly referred to it as the Jaipur Literary Festival, but let's not quibble.) We hear from the man who is at every Indian gather…
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The trip was supposed to be fun. When Kit's best friend gets dumped by his boyfriend, he begs her to ditch her family responsibilities for an idyllic weekend in the Montana mountains. They'll soak in hot springs, then sneak a vape into a dive bar and drink too much, like old times. Instead, their getaway only reminds Kit of everything she's lost la…
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We're back, with an episode about the great British SF writer John Wyndham. On many occasions we've found ourselves talking about his books - such as The Day of the Triffids and The Midwich Cuckoos - but now we attempt to do them justice with a closer look. For the full show notes, visit our blog at 101sf.blogspot.com…
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Send me a text message Make the most of your summer through reading and engaging in enjoyable activities. In this episode, I discuss The BiblioLifestyle 2024 Summer Reading Guide and the 2024 Summer Reading Challenge. I also share eight standout books to add to your reading list, offer a list of summer activities, and discuss seasonal living. Plus,…
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In this week’s Being Green, Glynis Crook speaks to Francesca Mahoney, founder of Wild Survivors, an organisation that works to create a sustainable solution to the conflict between elephants and humans along the animal’s migratory corridors in northern Tanzania. To find out more, go to: www.wildsurvivors.org…
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This week Abigoliah and Joe talk to comedian Sunjai Arif Check out Sunjai's comedy by following his social media @sanjsmash Rate, Review and Subscribe and we'll see you again in two weeks with a wonderful special guest or if you can't wait two weeks there'll be a bonus episode on our Patreon next week. If you've had a Neurodivergent moment you're h…
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Site : www.djelaya.comFcebook: www.facebook.com/djelayaTwitter: @djelayaInstagram: www.instagram.com/djelayaSoundcloud: @dj-elayaMixcloud: www.mixcloud.com/djelayaTRACKLIST01. Official intro to Elaya's Global Zone02. MUM - Atmosphere03. Alex M.O.R.P.H. - Walk The Edge (RAM Extended Remix)04. Jordan Suckley - Fly With Me (Extended Mix)05. Factoria -…
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An early highlight of the summer for jazz fans in the US Northeast is always the Freihoer's Saratoga Jazz Festival, held on the grounds of the lovely Saratoga Performing Arts Center ("SPAC"). This year's lineup should please almost any jazz fan, bringing ta wide ranging lineup to two stages on June 29 and 30. Want the inside scoop on the festival? …
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Episode 162: The Proposal Blueprint: Crafting Interior Design Proposals for Easy Client Approval Welcome to Episode 162 of our podcast! In this special group coaching session, we delve into "The Proposal Blueprint: Crafting Interior Design Proposals for Easy Client Approval." In this episode, we cover: Structuring Your Proposal: Learn the key compo…
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Send me a text message Travel to Jamaica with Ishi and I, and get recommendations for food, drinks, and a list of things to do on your next visit, all while we talk about her debut novel. Sweetness in the Skin by Ishi Robinson is a coming-of-age story about a Jamaican teenager who uses her baking skills to overcome familial challenges and societal …
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21. Khushwant Singh Lit Fest: Indian, Pakistani & Bangladeshi authors - In this special We'd Like A Word India episode at the Khushwant Singh Literary Festival, co-hosts Paul Waters & Jonathan Kennedy (standing in for Stevyn Colgan) hear ideas from top authors of fiction, non-fiction, memoir & poetry & other experts. WARNING - one of our interviewe…
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Those who cover music love to categorize the music and musicians we focus on. I put myself all too often into this group. What should I call it? Is it Acid Jazz? Post Bop? Downtown Loft? But far too often muscians fall in between the cracks of these often arbitrary categories, and we are left looking for new descriptive words. Often the words fail …
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Izzy prior ladies and gentlemen… Izzy is a LinkedIn top voice, personal brand queen & creative disrupter within the industry! Personal brand and employer branding is key to stand out in the oversaturated market of business and marketing! Izzy talks about how you can push through the noise and be heard in today’s world. We covered: - Why you need a …
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""In a world where it's easy to be cynical and bitter, what strikes me most about Nicola and his music is the pure joy and excitement that he brings and carries with him at all times. To be present in the euphoria of this art form is the most difficult skill the way I see it and many young artists seem to ignore that simple and powerful fact. Nicol…
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Failed Pitbull impersonator Ismael Reyes--you can call him Izzy--might not be the Scarface type, but why should that keep him from trying? Growing up in Miami has shaped him into someone who dreams of being the King of the 305, with the money, power, and respect he assumes comes with it. After finding himself at the mercy of a cease-and-desist lett…
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Zaccai Curtis continues to be one of the most engaging piano players of the past decade. Whether as a band leader (alone or with his brother Luques) or backing the likes of the late Ralph Peterson, Lakecia Benjamin and Cindy Blackman Santana, his strong sense of rhythm and deep knowledge of Latin and Afro-Cuban sounds and Bebop chords make him a co…
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It's 2003, and artist Dawn Levit is stuck. A bookbinder who works at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, she spends all day repairing old books but hasn't created anything of her own in years. What's more, although she doesn't have a word for it yet, Dawn is genderqueer, and with a partner who wishes she were a man and a society that wants her to be a …
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A study published recently by the British Antarctic Survey raised concerns about the record low levels of sea ice around Antarctica. Scientists found that in 2023 – compared to an average winter – the maximum extent of the Antarctic Sea covered by ice, shrank by over two million square kilometres. It found that these historically low levels were a …
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Ramona Ausubel, Mary Otis, and Margaret Wilkerson Sexton, moderated by Jasmin Darznik Relationships between mothers and daughters can be fraught or fruitful—especially for fiction writers. Bring your mom, or your daughter—you might find common ground through some fabulous new fiction in this session. Buy the books here With the support of Californi…
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Mrs Jewell and the Wreck of the General Grant is a vivid imagining of the story behind the southern hemisphere's most famous shipwreck. The gold-laden General Grant struck the Auckland Islands in 1866, with just 14 men and a single woman making it to shore. The mystery of what happened to the ship has attracted treasure hunters and adventurers ever…
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From the author of Sea Change comes Green Frog: Stories (Vintage, 2024) a short story collection that explores Korean American womanhood, bodies, animals, and transformation as a means of survival. Equal parts fantastical--a pair of talking dolls help twins escape a stifling home, a heart boils on the stove as part of an elaborate cure for melancho…
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20. John Hegley at Milton's Cottage: The BBC radio & Edinburgh Fringe favourite, British national treasure, poet, musician & comedian, John Hegley joins We'd Like A Word hosts Paul Waters & Stevyn Colgan to perform & chat in front of an intimate live audience inside Milton's Cottage in Chalfont St Giles, where John Milton wrote his epic poem Paradi…
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Plastic waste is poorly managed along coastal zones in West Africa, and Tanzania is no exception. But as the public becomes more aware of the problem, there are an increasing number of initiatives to deal with the problem, and opportunities to recycle. In this week’s edition of Being Green, Glynis Crook speaks to Alexis Cronin, co-founder of Dunia,…
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This week Abigoliah and Joe talk to writer Emily Katy. This was a fantastic chat and if you want more from Emily then she has a book out called Girl Unmasked which not only would we recommend but has been endorsed by several of our favourite people including Pete Wharmby and Sara Gibbs. It's available from wherever you get your books from. She also…
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Anthony Cody and Paisley Rekdal, moderated by Tess Taylor Many of us, when faced by stacks of dusty old documents, might leave the work to the archivists—or consign the mess to the recycling bin of history. In this session, we'll hear from those who instead look at archives and envision poetry. Poet Paisley Rekdal vividly documents how the heroic n…
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Send me a text message This is a fictional biography of Frances Perkins, the first woman to serve in the U.S. Cabinet as the secretary of labor in FDR’s cabinet. In this novel, we learn about Frances’s professional achievements and personal life, including her struggles to raise a family. BOOK: Becoming Madam Secretary by Stephanie Dray on Amazon o…
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Send me a text message Come with us on a historical journey through books highlighting women's remarkable contributions to society. Cindy Burnett from the Thoughts from a Page Podcast joins me on the couch to share five books about trailblazing women in history. SHOW NOTES & BOOKLIST: Find the episode show notes and a list of all the books mentione…
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The powerful El Nino weather phenomenon, a big contributor to last year’s record-breaking global temperatures, has faded. Its opposite, La Nina, is expected to emerge in the next few months. In this week’s edition of Being Green, Glynis Crook asks Dr Christopher Jack, deputy director of UCT’s Climate System Analysis Group, what impact it is likely …
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We’re going way back to Litquake Festival 2012. It was a Sunday evening early in the festival at Z Space, the same Sunday that Hardly Strictly Bluegrass wrapped. That night, Hardly Strictly lent us some special guests with My Morning Jacket’s Jim James enjoying from the stands. On stage to celebrate Woody Guthrie’s 100th birthday, we had Jay Farrar…
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This next episode features Sam Winsbury Sam is the CEO & Co-founder of Kurugo. Kurogo is the UK's #1 personal branding agency, helping them turn entrepreneurs into credible thought leaders through personal branding so they can scale their businesses, unlock untapped opportunities and outlast their competition. It was a pleasure to sit down with Sam…
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Time for another regular episode of the podcast, and this time we have more interview goodness from the Hugo- and Nebula-winning SF writer Robert J. Sawyer. We had so much fun talking to Rob about his new novel The Downloaded (see episode 40) that we decided to gather up the more general parts of our discussion into a separate segment. So here you …
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Part of the One Dublin, One Book programme of events for 2024, join Louise Nealon in conversation with Sheila Armstrong, Olivia Fitzsimons and Aingeala Flannery as they meet to discuss the role of the sea in their lives, both on and off the page. At the beginning of Sheila Armstrong’s Fallen Animals, a body washes up on the Northwest coast of Irela…
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As part of Poetry Day Ireland 2024, we came together to celebrate the life and work of poet Eavan Boland, who died in 2020.A selection of invited writers read their favourite of Eavan's poems, and shared a memory of their connection with her. There was also music, contributing to what was a friendly and inclusive evening to commemorate the beloved …
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Send me a text message Can the music of our youth forever shape our lives? In Mariah Stovall's novel "I Love You So Much It's Killing Us Both," she explores the enduring impact of teen friendships and punk anthems on our identities. So in this episode, we talk about the complexities of adolescent relationships, the powerful role of music in forming…
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Wood vinegar, a by-product of charcoal production, has been used in agriculture for over two thousand years, both as a growth booster for plants and a natural pesticide. In this week’s edition of Being Green, Glynis Crook speaks to Ralf Dedig, the owner of Namibian company, Makarra Wood Vinegar, about the benefits of the product.…
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This week Abigoliah and Joe talk to brilliant comedian and serial hobbyist Thomas Green. Thomas is back on tour soon, sign up to his mailing list to get the latest news: https://linktr.ee/thomasgreencomedy Neurodivergent Moments is coming live to Oxford on the 26th of May: get your tickets here: https://www.datathistle.com/event/2372934-neurodiverg…
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Send me a text message From what defines a historical rom-com, similarities and differences between other sub-genres, and how it provides a seamless transition for fans of contemporary rom-coms, Francesca from the Under the Book Covers blog shares all that plus more in the episode. Get her expert recommendations for must-read authors and books with…
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Chenxing Han, interviewed by Faith Adiele We instantly fell in love with Chenxing Han’s "one long listening: a memoir of grief, friendship, and spiritual care." A hospital chaplain and caregiver in the making, Han journeys from a mountaintop monastery in Taiwan to oncology wards in San Francisco, from oceanside Ireland to riverfront Phnom Penh. The…
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Site : www.djelaya.comFcebook: www.facebook.com/djelayaTwitter: @djelayaInstagram: www.instagram.com/djelayaSoundcloud: @dj-elayaMixcloud: www.mixcloud.com/djelayaTRACKLIST 01. Official intro to Elaya's Global Zone02. Jardin - Infinity (Extended Mix)03. Miikka L - A Friend Of Ours (Extended Mix)04. Ram feat. SUSANA - Written In The Stars (Extended …
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Send me a text message Go on a magical adventure with this book about books by author Gareth Brown. In "The Book of Doors" we meet Cassie Andrews, a bookseller in New York City, who is given a magical book capable of transporting her anywhere, and with this book, any and every door will open for her. So along with her roommate, Izzy, they embark on…
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Florals add so much to any room, especially when used intentionally to reflect the themes and branding of a space. To really take your designs to the next level, you can partner with a floral designer to help you translate your big vision as a designer into a work of living art! Michael O’Neil of Designs by Nourish explains why and how designers ca…
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Bamboo is the fastest-growing plant on earth, and products made from this grass are highly eco-friendly. Among its many benefits to the environment is the fact that it absorbs twice as much carbon dioxide as trees and generates an impressive amount of oxygen. Glynis Crook caught up with Go Bamboo, a company that imports bamboo toilet paper, kitchen…
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