Best romanticism podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Romanticism, Spring 2009
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Romanticism, Spring 2009
 
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Analysing European Romanticism - Audio
 
Analysing European Romanticism - Audio
 
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In the Hands
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Music old and new from composer / pianist Paul Cantrell and his friends. The podcast features complete pieces -- not just snippets! -- and spoken commentary. Music ranges from Chopin, Brahms, Schubert and Schumann to fresh compositions to avante-garde improvisations.
 
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Nature's Lead
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This podcast both examines and inspires a certain approach towards life that is based both on personal philosophies and on, more importantly, the writings of people such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau. The host, while working in technology for a major corporation, holds a Master's in English Literature and is a true Romantic.
 
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Footy Soldiers
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An ex-pro, artist and broadcaster romanticize over the beautiful game, with an emphasis on Canada, its MLS teams, the Canadian Premier League and grassroots development.
 
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Walden by Henry David Thoreau
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Two years, two months and two days! This is what forms the time line of one man's quest for the simple life and a unique social experiment in complete self reliance and independence. Henry David Thoreau published Walden in 1884. Originally drafted as a series of essays describing a most significant episode in his life, it was finally released in book form with each essay taking on the form of a separate chapter. Thoreau's parents were in financial straights, but rich intellectually and cultu ...
 
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David Copperfield by Charles Dickens
 
Charles Dickens is one of the most appreciated Victorian writers, his novels gaining worldwide recognition by both critics and readers. First published in 1850, David Copperfield begins with avid the tragedy of David's brother dying when David is just a boy. After this episode he is sent by his step-father to work in London for a wine merchant. When conditions worsen he decides to run away and embarks on a journey by foot from London to Dover. On his arrival he finds his eccentric aunt, Bets ...
 
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Introduction to The Philosophy of History by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
 
The introduction to Hegel’s lectures on the philosophy of world history is often used to introduce students to Hegel’s philosophy, in part because Hegel’s sometimes difficult style is muted in the lectures, and he discourses on accessible themes such as world events in order to explain his philosophy. Much of the work is spent defining and characterizing Geist or spirit. Geist is similar to the culture of people, and is constantly reworking itself to keep up with the changes of society, whil ...
 
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Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, The by BLASCO IBáñEZ, Vicente
 
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, by Vicente Blasco Ibañez and translated into English by Charlotte Brewster Jordan, depicts two branches of a family with its roots in the pampas of Argentina. The wealthy Argentinian, Julio Madariaga, comes from Spain and raises himself from poverty, becoming a self-made, wealthy cattleman. He is a man of extremes; an honest man with a rascally knack for taking advantage of others; a self-made man with overweening pride, prejudices, and a sharp, flinty te ...
 
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Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery
 
Montgomery’s literary classic recounts the exciting adventures undertaken by the fiery eleven-year-old Anne Shirley, an orphan girl accidentally adopted by middle aged siblings Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert. A coming-of-age novel, Anne of Green Gables focuses on Anne’s new life at Green Gables farm in Avonlea and her adjustment into the Prince Edward Island community. The story launches when the aging siblings Matthew and Marilla decide that they could use an extra hand around their farm, and ...
 
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Iracema, the Honey-Lips: a Legend of Brazil by ALENCAR, José de
 
Iracema (translated as Iracema, the Honey Lips: a legend of Brazil) is considered one of the most important books of Brazilian romanticism, but also of Brazilian literature as a whole. It's been called a poem in prose, a poetic novel, a fictional-historical novel, an indianist novel, an epic-lyric narrative, a mythic poem. The obvious difficulty in defining this work shows its many facets: legendary, narrative, poetic, lyric, mythic. The story revolves around the unexpected appearance of a P ...
 
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Common Story, A by GONCHAROV, Ivan
 
Alexander Fedoritch Adouev is the naïve, pampered son of Anna Pavlovna, a provincial landowner. He decides to go off to Saint Petersburg, not only to make his mark upon society but also to fulfill his two rosy romantic dreams of becoming a great writer and finding a great love. He is taken under the reluctant wing of his uncle, Piotr Ivanitch Adouev, a pragmatic, hard-headed businessman who scorns everything romantic and tries to cure Alexander Fedoritch of his sentimental, youthful illusion ...
 
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The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
 
Originally written for his young daughter Josephine, who died tragically aged six, The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling is a collection of short stories which were published separately in magazines before being compiled into a book. The stories are in the form of fables, where animals communicate and speak to each other as humans do and the purpose of each story was to convey a moral or message to the reader. Modern readers would be more familiar with the Disney animated version in which Mowgl ...
 
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Bohemians of the Latin Quarter, The by MURGER, Henry
 
As much as any other work of literature, Henri Murger’s 1851 collection of witty sketches Scènes de la vie de bohème shaped the later romanticized image of the bohemian artist: independent, insouciant, exuberantly lustful, devoted to Art for Art’s sake no matter how cold and hungry the artist might be. Four young Parisian artists, Schaunard the composer, Marcel the painter, Rodolphe the poet, and Colline the philosopher, form an informal Bohemian alliance dedicated to Art and the joy of Life ...
 
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Three Short Works by Gustave Flaubert
 
Here is a collection of strikingly different pieces by Flaubert: a prose poem in the voices of Death, Satan and Nero; the trials and apotheosis of a medieval saint; and the life of a selfless maid in 19th century France. Each exhibits the vigorous exactness, and the mixture of realism and romanticism, for which Flaubert is renowned.
 
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Conjure Woman, The by CHESNUTT, Charles Waddell
 
Published in 1899 by Houghton Mifflin, Chesnutt's first book, The Conjure Woman, was a collection of seven short stories, all set in "Patesville" (Fayetteville), North Carolina. While drawing from local color traditions and relying on dialect, Chesnutt's tales of conjuring, a form of magic rooted in African hoodoo, refused to romanticize slave life or the "Old South." Though necessarily informed by Joel Chandler Harris's popular Uncle Remus stories and Thomas Nelson Page's plantation fiction ...
 
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Daughter of the Commandant, The by PUSHKIN, Alexander
 
"The Daughter of the Commandant" (better known as "The Captain's Daughter") is a historical novel by the Russian writer Alexander Pushkin, and is considered to be his finest prose work. The novel is a romanticized account of Pugachev's Rebellion in 1773-1774. The 17-year-old Pyotr Andreyich is sent by his father to military service in a remote Russian outpost, where he leans honor and love while being caught up in a violent uprising of tribal groups against the imperial government. (Summary ...
 
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Three Short Works by FLAUBERT, Gustave
 
Here is a collection of strikingly different pieces by Flaubert: a prose poem in the voices of Death, Satan and Nero; the trials and apotheosis of a medieval saint; and the life of a selfless maid in 19th century France. Each exhibits the vigorous exactness, and the mixture of realism and romanticism, for which Flaubert is renowned.
 
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Dreamers by Day
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Dreamers by Day is the experience of betting on yourself, going against logical thinking and chasing a dream. Brought to you by the founder of NOLAC: Jared Zych, he tells the weekly struggles as they occur instead of reflecting back on the grind and romanticizing things for the sake of a better story.
 
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Just Me by WHITE, Pearl
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Perhaps the first memoir written by a film celebrity, Pearl White's Just Me gives a first-person account of the actress' rise to stardom. White guides us through her early childhood, her development as a performer, and finally to her breakout role in The Perils of Pauline--a role that made her the most popular "serial queen" of early cinema. Although romanticized and somewhat embellished, this book gives us a fascinating glimpse into the film industry's earliest years and the various myths o ...
 
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Outcast, The by READE, (William) Winwood
 
For many nineteenth-century Christians, the new biological and geological discoveries of that era brought on severe crises of faith. Winwood Reade’s small epistolary novel “The Outcast” tells the story of a young man who sacrifices love and family and property for the sake of his conscience, which tells him that his lifelong beliefs cannot stand up to the heady revelations of the new science. Interestingly, the most crushing discovery for the anonymous letter-writer of this story is not simp ...
 
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Monk: A Romance, The by LEWIS, Matthew
 
Matthew Gregory Lewis's The Monk: A Romance is a story of frustrated and unrequited desire between mentor and pupil mixed with elements of the supernatural. It includes several subplots: rape, torture and incest. It is the old story of the forces of good versus the forces of evil, except that in this one evil comes out ahead.When The Monk was first published in 1795, it was received well by readers and reviewers causing a second edition to be printed the following year. But by the third year ...
 
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Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters
 
Two hundred and twelve residents of a small town tell their stories without fear of recrimination or ridicule. The only difference is that they're all dead! The two hundred and forty-four poems that form the Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters is really a series of epitaphs about the citizens of a fictional town called Spoon River and deals with the “plain and simple annals” of small town America. Edgar Lee Masters grew up in a small town in Illinois. His father's financial problems f ...
 
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Ramona by JACKSON, Helen Hunt
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Ramona, a novel written by Helen Hunt Jackson (1884), is the story of a part-Scottish and part-Native American orphan girl growing up and getting married in Southern California, suffering racial discrimination and hardship. Originally serialized in the Christian Union on a weekly basis, the novel became immensely popular. Overall, it has had more than 300 printings, been made into four film versions, and has been performed as an outdoor play annually since 1923. The impact the novel had on t ...
 
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Sarah takes you through the A to Z of the Local drawers of the CJSW Music Library showing you the diversity of sound from Calgary musicians. Playlist: ANuVoyce - A Wreck Brom - Capital Wasteland Cam the Wizzard - Renewal Devonian Gardens - Revolving Door Elaquent - Gyoza Flowshine - Mountain Queen Ghostkeeper - Lady of the Sky The Heartwicks - ...…
 
In this interview, I talk with Jason Fletcher, founding Headmaster of Heritage School in Cambridge.Heritage is the only school I am aware of that is committed to (and actively promotes) a Charlotte Mason education in the UK. Jason explains its unique pertinence to the educational priorities of our times. We discuss,* The fight against apathy an ...…
 
When we romanticize the Christmas story, we risk missing its true depth and significance. Instead, let us ask: how does the birth of Christ connect us to the grace of God? This message is based on Luke 2:7-14 and was recorded on December 10, 2017.
 
What does it really mean to prepare students for a future in coding careers? Clive Thompson, a freelance writer for Wired and The New York Times magazine, thinks the reality is not as rosy as many people think. In a popular Wired article titled, The Next Big Blue-Collar Job is Coding, Thompson criticizes pop culture and some writers, like himse ...…
 
This podcast is brought to you by lack of sleep and caffeine withdrawal. In 2012, Yahoo!’s SketchY comedy series released a song parody of fun.’s We Are Young called We’re Not Young. The parody is brilliant, funny, and heart wrenching all at the same time. I analyze the lyrics and talk about getting older. Here’s the video: https://www.yahoo.co ...…
 
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Wretched Radio
 
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Claremont United Church of Christ
 
In our final installment of "Taste and See," we find the Israelites in Numbers 11 craving the foods they remember eating in Egypt. So often we desire to return to the past in order to escape the present. Is it even possible to go backwards? Are we capable of restoring some romanticized past? Do we even want to?…
 
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Can City: Now With 30% More Kansas City
 
There's a saying that roughly goes..."An entrepreneur is someone who jumps from a plane without a parachute and figures out how to build one on the way down" Starting a business is no easy task, and when you have an idea to create something as unique as the Doughnut Lounge, you're definitely going to have an uphill battle right from the start. ...…
 
Many romanticize Jesus Christ and even fewer truly undertand who Christ is. As we delve into Mark Chapter 3 we see Christ deal with preaching the truth and not be what many hope is just is. A miracle worker but Christ came to do the will of God not create social change. I think we underestimate the gospel and Jesus's passion in spreading the go ...…
 
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Voice Of The Revolution Radio
 
For my final interview in the series, journalist Caleb Maupin shares his ideas about the October Revolution, the Soviet Union, 'not-Capitalism' and much else!Caleb's points:*October was " a rare moment in history", "an anomaly" where the Bolsheviks were able to become the ruling party, which changed world history*"I don't think anyone in Octobe ...…
 
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Everyday with Daniel French
 
Ben Stein has no qualms championing free markets. In his iconic delivery, Ben is quick to quash any fanciful notions and romanticism of socialism and communism. His main point: America is still THE place to make your fortune!
 
Mike and Tom record a quick podcast in reaction to the New York Times review of Sen Sakana- the restaurant Mike has been opening for the past year. They talk about the romanticized version of opening a restaurant vs the reality, dealing with reviews, and the best chicken Tom has eaten.
 
In which Hank takes you behind the scenes at the McGlohon Theater for a discussion of what "behind the scenes" is and why it's romanticized despite being...a little gross, and also why it's beautiful despite being ugly.----Subscribe to our newsletter! http://nerdfighteria.com/newsletter/ And join the community at http://nerdfighteria.com http:/ ...…
 
Tweet http://moleholeradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/wrmb3.mp3 Welcome to WRETROMANIA; a retrospective pro wrestling podcast; where we romanticize, fantasize, watch, and review your sports entertainment fandom. Hosted by Coby Nida and Jimmy Price. Each episode we look back at the famous or infamous storylines, matches, events, and feuds of ...…
 
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All items | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio
 
Speaker(s): Professor Mark Currie, Dr Alison Gibbons, Professor James Ladyman, Hilary Lawson | Did Derrida make us do it? Is our current situation the inevitable outcome of the intellectual adventuring of the twentieth century that critiqued grand narratives and challenged absolute truths? Or should we call upon the critical scepticism of post- ...…
 
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Latest 100 | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio
 
Speaker(s): Professor Mark Currie, Dr Alison Gibbons, Professor James Ladyman, Hilary Lawson | Did Derrida make us do it? Is our current situation the inevitable outcome of the intellectual adventuring of the twentieth century that critiqued grand narratives and challenged absolute truths? Or should we call upon the critical scepticism of post- ...…
 
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the eighth study session on Frantz Fanon's 1961 "classic", The Wretched of the Earth. Born in Martinique in 1925, Fanon is a globally admired psychiatrist who dedicated his 36 years of life to eliminating White terrorism. He battled for Algerian independence from French colonial oppression and black liberati ...…
 
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Solo Travel Talk with Astrid
 
It might start as an inkling, maybe it grows to a pull-- a feeling that you need to visit a particular place. What is this force and what's behind these longings we might feel to travel somewhere? On this episode of Solo Travel Talk, Astrid examines the source of these calls. You may be surprised at the romanticism and spiritual nature of the c ...…
 
This week on Grad Chat: Emma Peacock - Banting Post-Doctoral Fellow in English Literature, supervised by Dr Shelley King.Research: Romanticism and the UniversityOverview: What forms our ideas and ideals of a university? A lot of students, professors, voters, and taxpayers have watched movies and read novels set in universities, but not a lot of ...…
 
Tweet http://moleholeradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/WRM8.mp3 Welcome to WRETROMANIA; a retrospective pro wrestling podcast; where we romanticize and wrestle with our sports entertainment fandom. Hosted by Coby Nida and Jimmy Price. Each episode we look back at the famous or infamous storylines, matches, events, and feuds of the past in pr ...…
 
Tweet http://moleholeradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/wretro7.mp3 Welcome to WRETROMANIA; a retrospective pro wrestling podcast; where we romanticize and wrestle with our sports entertainment fandom. Hosted by Coby Nida and Jimmy Price. Each episode we look back at the famous or infamous storylines, matches, events, and feuds of the past in ...…
 
In this week's episode Cory and Todd talk about the difference in personal branding and business. Personal brands can be romanticized to an extent because it is something you can live and breath everyday, whereas business can't have emotion and is revenue based only. They round out the episode with a quick description of foot musculature activa ...…
 
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Natural Meditation podcast
 
We insist on being Someone, with a capital S. We get security from defining ourselves as worthless or worthy, superior or inferior. We waste precious time exaggerating or romanticizing or belittling ourselves with a complacent surety that yes, that’s who we are. We mistake the openness of our being - the inherent wonder and surprise of each mom ...…
 
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Parlando - Where Music and Words Meet
 
There’s two things that attracted me to T. E. Hulme, the lesser-known Modernist poet and theoretician that I’ve featured a few times this summer. The first is the sense in his poetry and critical writings of the limits of humankind. The other is his poetry's surprising modesty and restraint, something embodied in the very brevity of his poetic ...…
 
In 1984-85, during the protracted coalminer’s strike in Great Britain, Tony Harrison, the well-known poet, dramatist, translator, and screenwriter, wrote the poem ‘v.’, modeled to an extent on Thomas Gray’s ‘Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard’. In 1987, after Channel 4 made a film version of the poem, ‘v.’ acquired a certain notoriety, less ...…
 
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Parlando - Where Music and Words Meet
 
There’s a long tradition of “the answer record” in pop music, where another artist responds to a hit record with an opposing viewpoint. Christopher Marlowe’s 1593 “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” (our last episode) received a similar diss from Sir Walter Raleigh with his “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd,” which is today’s. Who will rock ...…
 
Lizzy Goodman is an author whose latest book 'Meet Me In The Bathroom' is the first major book to document the NYC music scene and culture from 2001-2011. This episode we discuss the romanticizing of that time, how the book is just as much about the culture of NYC as it is about the music, putting things like the internet and gentrification in ...…
 
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1085 Gridiron - A Cleveland Browns Podcast
 
During a stormy Thursday afternoon, Jack and Anthony are joined by their good friend Jeff Rich of Sports Byline USA Network and the host of the Greetings from Goodyear Podcast.We dive into Brock Osweiler being named the starter for Monday Night Football against the New York Giants.What is the plan for DeShone Kizer? We ask Jeff what he thought ...…
 
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Blithe Spirits
 
Romance, romance, romantic, Romantic, Romanticism, 1789-2017 Academics have recently "discovered" romance novels--bodice rippers, Regencies, love stories--but the ideas in these books have a deep history, one that links them to Sir Walter Scott, Lord Byron, and Jane Austen. This episode, I look at the steamy bits and their social and political ...…
 
Tweet ​ http://moleholeradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/wrmspm.mp3 Welcome to WRETROMANIA; a retrospective pro wrestling podcast; where we romanticize and wrestle with our sports entertainment fandom. Hosted by Coby Nida and Jimmy Price. Each episode we look back at the famous or infamous storylines, matches, events, and feuds of the past i ...…
 
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Boozing Through Lit
 
In this episode, Brett Crehan discusses how his love became a novel and Darryl Coote compares his to a home one should not get too comfortable in. Also, Brett explains how his love is exemplified in Henry Miller's work and Darryl throws a wrench into Hemingway's romanticism in "A Clean Well-lighted Place."…
 
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UU Church of Peoria Sermons
 
Our mythology of those living outside the law is far different from the reality of it. Why do we romanticize the law-breaker and what does it give us? Join us for a Sunday of rebels, hooligans, and schemers presented in a thoughtful UU fashion.
 
Romanticism was an artistic, literary, musical and intellectual movement, originating in Europe, through a 80 year period from 1770 to 1850 changed our world forever.
 
In this episode, we interview Humberto Garcia, associate professor of English at the University of California at Merced. Several years ago while teaching at Vanderbilt, Garcia started experimenting with blogs in his teaching, having students write short blog posts on a common course blog in lieu of the usual reading response papers. Humberto ke ...…
 
Tweet http://moleholeradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Wretromep-5.mp3 Welcome to WRETROMANIA; a retrospective pro wrestling podcast; where we romanticize and wrestle with our sports entertainment fandom. Hosted by Coby Nida and Jimmy Price. Each episode we look back at the famous or infamous storylines, matches, events, and feuds of the pas ...…
 
Today, Beoulus and Scormus talk about the inclination of Gamers to romanticize old games, be they pen-&-paper RPG, video games, or whatever. Theme Music – “Pinball Spring”, by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com), licensed Read More ...
 
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Pop Culture Explorers
 
Greetings Explorers, This week Dan and Chris talk about the representation of War in pop culture. Do war movies like Dunkirk help us better understand and remember these difficult times or do they romanticize and glorify them. As always, thanks for listening.
 
Tweet http://moleholeradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/ep4.mp3 Welcome to WRETROMANIA; a retrospective pro wrestling podcast; where we romanticize and wrestle with our sports entertainment fandom. Hosted by Coby Nida and Jimmy Price. Each episode we look back at the famous or infamous storylines, matches, events, and feuds of the past in pro ...…
 
From fire and brimstone to digital graveyards to walking the plank it’s another movie credits episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute. Join us for minute 140 of The Curse of the Black Pearl as wee highlight a clip from the 2017 D23 Expo’s 50th Anniversary Pirates of the Caribbean panel and discuss inferno artists, Burt Ward’s now defunct Boy ...…
 
Ed Finkler is open-sourcing mental illness. Show Notes: OSMI OSMI's external resources, which includes books and links to other material Steve Andrews was the speaker at KalamazooX Episode 15 of the Development Hell podcast The ad that we discussed that says "I rarely get to see my kids. That's a risk you have to take." as an example of romanti ...…
 
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Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church
 
When he was a young man, Tony Campolo hated Sunday evening church. He could handle Sunday mornings – they were generally well put-together. Prime-time. The sermons had a structure you could follow – three points and a poem – and you could count on them to wrap it up in a timely manner. The evening services had a more slapped-together feeling. S ...…
 
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Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church
 
When he was a young man, Tony Campolo hated Sunday evening church. He could handle Sunday mornings – they were generally well put-together. Prime-time. The sermons had a structure you could follow – three points and a poem – and you could count on them to wrap it up in a timely manner. The evening services had a more slapped-together feeling. S ...…
 
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The Starlight Megaphone
 
Lusipurr, Adeki, and SiliconNooB together repair to nature in hopes of enjoying its manifold restorative blessings. But, following their exposure to inclement elements and irritating fauna, then each return whence they came with untrammeled haste.
 
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