Best textile podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Nishijin Ori (Nishijin Textile)
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The weaving industry in Kyoto originated between the 5th and 6th centuries. The name Nishijin derived from the Nishijin District in Kyoto, where many weavers established their workshops after the end of the Onin War (1467-1477). Nishijin textile features a broad variety of fabrics, such as gold brocade, damask, figured satin, silk gauze and velvet, along with elaborate and florid woven patterns using colorful threads.
 
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Fashion and Textiles
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Fashion and Textiles
 
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IFM's Monthly Textile Report
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IFM's Monthly Textile Report
 
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Textiles in Ghana - for iBooks
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Textiles in Ghana - for iBooks
 
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Textiles in Ghana - for iPod/iPhone
 
Textiles in Ghana - for iPod/iPhone
 
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Thread Cult
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A Podcast for the Sewing, Fashion and Textile Obsessed
 
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Annie Smith: Quilting Stash
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A quilting audio blog post by Annie Smith
 
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The SweetGeorgia Show
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Join Felicia Lo, founder of SweetGeorgia Yarns, as she explores the sweet spot between craft, creativity, and colour together with some of the most inspiring knitters, spinners, designers, shop owners, and makers in this handmade community.
 
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Podcast - EmmaKnits
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I discuss my past, present, and future knitting and spinning projects, delve into other crafts, share information, reviews and enabling, and chat about what I'm feeling most excited about this week. Come join me!
 
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Hempire
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Hempire is a weekly show dedicated to exploring the non-psychoactive side of the cannabis plant. Hemp was once a cornerstone of the American economy and is currently used in over 25,000 products including paper, textiles, construction materials, health food, and fuel. Tune in and discover all there is to know about this wonder crop that is now making an historic comeback.
 
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Voices on Cloth - Maiwa Podcasts
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Textiles and the fiber arts, traditional craft, natural dyes, culture, trade, and artisan markets.
 
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Annie Smith: Quilting Stash
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A quilting audio blog post by Annie Smith
 
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Critical Craft Forum
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Critical Craft Forum offers conversations about craft and contemporary culture. Conversations include studio visits, discussions about books and exhibitions, panels and more. Hosted by Namita Gupta Wiggers with guests and guest hosts from around the globe.
 
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China Opportunity Podcast
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Come along for the ride as Matt Kowalak and Jamon Yerger talk about manufacturing in China, product sourcing in China and all types of business ventures in China. You want a podcast about flawless business ventures in your standard how-to-do-it-like-me format? You won’t find that here. But if you’re looking for a podcast run by a couple of entrepreneurs who aren’t afraid of taking calculated risks, partying a little, working a whole lot and bringing you the goods, this is the place to be.
 
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FannyochHanna's Podcast
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En podcast av två tjejer från Hälsinglands skogar. Här pratar vi om allt mellan himmel och jord. Hoppas ni kommer trivas!
 
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TextileUpdate
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Subscribe to TextileUpdate
 
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Tink!
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Tink is a monthly podcast all about the act of making, doing and undoing. Follow along each episode as host Katherine Jayne reviews her creative goals for the month just past, and sets new targets for the month to come. From knitting to lacemaking, and other slow textile crafts, listen along and find out what can be made in a month!
 
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Comfe Designs
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David Williams from Comfe Designs talks product development with great designers and engineers around the world. Interviews with the people who make products you buy today (or will tomorrow) with their secrets for designing and selling. Discussions about how to get products, especially textile products, made and sold. New tech, manufacturing, outsourcing, wearable technology, fabric products, marketing, monetizing, sustainability, venture capital, and everything that’s out there to help you ...
 
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Stitchery Stories
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Stitchery Stories... Where textile artists share their life in fabric & thread. Embroidery. Textile Art. Inspiration, Techniques, Disasters & Delights. Join embroidery enthusiast & textile art dabbler, Susan Weeks, in her friendly weekly chats with UK textile artists. Discover how they got started. Share the lessons learned along the way. Get excited about what they are working on at the moment. Learn how they keep their business growing, their creativity flowing, and get a sneak peek into w ...
 
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diy2thrive Podcast: Homesteading, Organic Gardening, Foraging wild foods and herbs, Self-reliance, and Survival strategies
 
Thorough analysis from a Christian perspective of subject matters including homesteading, survival preparedness, self-reliance, self-sufficiency, gardening,permaculture, livestock, herbal medicine, alternative energy, energy efficiency, fibers and textiles, food production, cooking, food storage, greenhouses, and many other subjects including history, religion, politics, and philosophy
 
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Salty Jo Knits
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Salty Jo talks about her knitting projects, yarn stash and other textile crafts from time to time.
 
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TJFrog
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Dorset Buttons - Textile Maker Aird of Sleat, Isle of Skye
 
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TJFrog
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Dorset Buttons - Textile Maker Aird of Sleat, Isle of Skye
 
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Design Pods: Great Design should be seen AND heard!
 
Design Pods is a new way to be inspired, learn and connect with inspiring interior designers, artists and creatives. Listen in on our conversations and see images of their amazing creations as we take you around the world of interior design to meet them. Get insider sources, tips and hear behind-the-scene stories. Contact us with ideas or questions: designpods@globaldesignpost.com.
 
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TextileStories
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TextileStories is TextileSupport's podcast featuring interviews with makers, designers, artists, scientists and others who are doing extraordinary things in the textile world.
 
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Planet Wool by IWTO
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Planet Wool is a podcast from the International Wool Textile Organisation. At Planet Wool we bring you a series of wool industry experts from the 85th Congress of the International Wool Textile Organisation.
 
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Original Fuzz
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We talk to creative people about music and their creative process. Original Fuzz believes it's not just what you do, but how you do it. We make gear for your creative journey in Nashville, TN. Gear like our guitar straps and camera straps that feature handwoven Peruvian textiles. Find out more at originalfuzz.com.
 
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Agile and Beyond
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We are entering a New Age. An Age demanding greater collaboration, enhanced creativity, heightened agility. “Agile and Beyond” is a Podcast for Agile practitioners, design thinkers, team builders, organization designers, and systems thinkers. With practitioners and thinkers we explore the future of work, the evolutions in leadership mindset and the revolutions in the human-centered innovation around experience and purpose. We stand collectively on the threshold of a transformation as signifi ...
 
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Chicken Coop Botanicals Podcast
 
It's all about the plants! We'll take a step out the door of my chicken coop studio to see what stories we gather up. Cooking, Herbalism, Gardening, Fiber and Textile Arts are the main topics.
 
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Art, Design, Media
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RMIT teaching programs include the following disciplines:Applied CommunicationArtCreative MediaDesignFashion and TextilesRMIT also supports the following research and specialist centres:AFI Research CollectionCentre for DesignDesign Research InsituteDesign Victoria
 
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Cannabis Can
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Cannabis Can explores the INCREDIBLE healing properties and more that cannabis / medical marijuana provides plus the many additional benefits cannabis provides , paper products, textiles. food and much more...Cannabis Can Save the world.....
 
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Shirley by BRONTë, Charlotte
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Shirley is an 1849 social novel by the English novelist Charlotte Brontë. It was Brontë's second published novel after Jane Eyre (originally published under Brontë's pseudonym Currer Bell). The novel is set in Yorkshire in the period 1811–1812, during the industrial depression resulting from the Napoleonic Wars and the War of 1812. The novel is set against a backdrop of the Luddite uprisings in the Yorkshire textile industry.(Summary by wikipedia)
 
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LJMU Catwalk Show 2007
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Graduates from the BA Fashion and Textiles at Liverpool John Moores University display their final collections at the Liverpool School of Art and Design Degree Show 2007
 
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PinCast - What's The Point?
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News, insight and real life stories of how a 5th generation American textile pin manufacturer turned the corner into cutting edge manufacturing.
 
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Original Fuzz
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We talk to creative people about music and their creative process.Original Fuzz believes it's not just what you do, but how you do it. We make gear for your creative journey in Nashville, TN. Gear like our guitar straps and camera straps that feature handwoven Peruvian textiles.Find out more at originalfuzz.com.
 
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Love is enough by MORRIS, William
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 16 recordings of Love is enough by William Morris. This was the Weekly Poetry project for February 17, 2013. William Morris was an English textile designer, artist, writer, and libertarian socialist associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and English Arts and Crafts Movement. He was instumental in establishing the modern fanasty genre, and thus influenced writers such as J. R. R. Tolkien. Morris also wrote and published poetry, fiction, and translations o ...
 
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Heard on Hiive
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The Creative Matters Podcast is a brand new monthly show for those trying to break into the creative industries, providing insights into the skills, job roles and companies that comprise the dynamic UK creative sectors; from Film & TV to Games, Animation, Fashion & Textiles. Creative Matters is powered by Creative Skillset. Produced by Graham Russ & Max Green.Voiced by Emma ObichukwuMusic by Tim Crompton
 
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Mind Amongst the Spindles by KNIGHT, Charles
 
Lowell Massachusetts was founded in the 1820s as a planned manufacturing center for textiles and is located along the rapids of the Merrimack River, 25 miles northwest of Boston. By the 1850s Lowell had the largest industrial complex in the United States. The textile industry wove cotton produced in the South. In 1860, there were more cotton spindles in Lowell than in all eleven states combined that would form the Confederacy. Mind Amongst the Spindles is a selection of works from the Lowell ...
 
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Zac Posen with Kinvara Balfour: Fashion in Conversation
 
Few young designers have reached the pinnacle of fashion success as quickly as Zac Posen. His eponymous collection was launched in 2001 with a vision that combined legendary Hollywood glamour with a downtown sensibility. Today, Zac is known globally for his artisanal craftsmanship, form- flattering designs, and innovative use of textiles. Zac and Kinvara Balfour discuss his career and hear what inspires him as a fashion designer.
 
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Coloralyon 2009
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Avec le soutien du Grand Lyon et sous la houlette du Comité français de la couleur qui fête cette année ses 50 ans, Coloralyon, journées internationales de la couleur, accueillies par Mode habillement Rhône-Alpes, va déployer un programme riche... en couleurs, autour du textile et du cuir, de la mode et du design ! Aux tonalités très internationales, la manifestation accueille le congrès Intercolor dont la quinzaine de pays membres (représenté pour la France par le Comité français de la coul ...
 
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CasaVerde
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Welcome to CasaVerde: an Integrative Lifestyle Design radio show that will focus on the design philosophy of Bante Design LLC-fusing Eastern (Feng Shui) and Western (eco-friendly, GREEN, sustainable) design principles with the goals and dreams of clients/listeners. Join us for shows on eco-friendly design, Feng Shui, picking out GREEN textiles, floor coverings & how to apply ILD to your life...not just your space! Make sure to "like" us on our Facebook FAN page to stay up-to-date on a pletho ...
 
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Echoes of Love’s House by MORRIS, William
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 11 recordings of Echoes of Love’s House by William Morris. This was the Weekly Poetry project for January 9th, 2011. William Morris was an English textile designer, artist, writer, and socialist associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and the English Arts and Crafts Movement. Morris wrote and published poetry, fiction, and translations of ancient and medieval texts throughout his life. Today, Morris's poetry is little-read. His fantasy romances languished ...
 
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How We Human – A Podcast
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Welcome to How We Human. A podcast about creation. Join your hosts Evan Kidd & Toni Devon as we navigate how this timeless process sparked our very humanity as artists. Both met in undergraduate art school at the Leo Jenkins School of Art & Design at East Carolina University, graduating in 2014. Evan has gone on to work in the filmmaking industry with his independent production company RockSet Productions, creating his original feature film Son of Clowns on Amazon Prime Video, as well as ind ...
 
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Fear No Art Chicago HD Video
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A Chicago native, Elysabeth has been living and breathing the arts for all of her life. Born to parents who were odd collectors and dedicated art enthusiasts, she went on to study art history and fashion in Paris and Florence. She returned to Chicago and owned an international art gallery, stretching her arts connections beyond the visual arts to all arts communities throughout the city. Having the itch to create herself, she worked in the Chicago fashion industry, designing and producing te ...
 
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How We Human – A Podcast
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Welcome to How We Human. A podcast about creation. Join your hosts Evan Kidd & Toni Devon as we navigate how this timeless process sparked our very humanity as artists. Both met in undergraduate art school at the Leo Jenkins School of Art & Design at East Carolina University, graduating in 2014. Evan has gone on to work in the filmmaking industry with his independent production company RockSet Productions, creating his original feature film Son of Clowns on Amazon Prime Video, as well as ind ...
 
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Fear No Art Chicago Low Video
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A Chicago native, Elysabeth has been living and breathing the arts for all of her life. Born to parents who were odd collectors and dedicated art enthusiasts, she went on to study art history and fashion in Paris and Florence. She returned to Chicago and owned an international art gallery, stretching her arts connections beyond the visual arts to all arts communities throughout the city. Having the itch to create herself, she worked in the Chicago fashion industry, designing and producing te ...
 
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Fear No Art Chicago High Video
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A Chicago native, Elysabeth has been living and breathing the arts for all of her life. Born to parents who were odd collectors and dedicated art enthusiasts, she went on to study art history and fashion in Paris and Florence. She returned to Chicago and owned an international art gallery, stretching her arts connections beyond the visual arts to all arts communities throughout the city. Having the itch to create herself, she worked in the Chicago fashion industry, designing and producing te ...
 
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Creative Chemistry by SLOSSON, Edwin E.
 
Slosson reviews the transformation of alchemistry from an obscure and imprecise practice to the science of chemistry. Along the way, he explains how the modern industrial world now relies on fertilizers, explosives, textile materials, polymers and metals. By exploring the properties of a once undervalued element, the high strength of vanadium steel made the Ford car possible. Another element, cerium, appears in butane lighters and was once seen as a threat to the match industry in France. In ...
 
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The Multimedia Textile Artist, Curator and Founder of theBlack British Female Artist Collective Enam Gbewonyo, is on the show tonight, talking about Art, Identity and creation and why we as people of color need to own our narrative in the art world.
 
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Abstract Paradigms
 
This week there's more than enough for everyone with music from a variety of upcoming shows, as well as highly anticipated releases, glitchy opera, buchla virtuosity and hand-made instruments. The gig guide is very Friday heavy, so you've got no excuses this time buddy - get out there on the weekend and support cool shit. This week's tracklist: ...…
 
Mike Watson is an artist, educator, adviser and convener of people and ideas. He is a fashion designer and visual merchandiser. He teaches students about fashion design and fashion marketing at the Art Institute of Charlotte, a branch of Miami International University of Art & Design. He is the founder of Heartful Apparel, a fashion brand that ...…
 
Chris Torrance’s academic mind gives him a bird’s eye view of business. His takes on value chains, competition, and employee ownership and mindset prove he’s a man who’s out to do good and knows how to do it. Luckily, Chris doesn’t stop at theories and concepts. He’s flown from Chicago to Tanzania in search for the perfect way to take his ideas ...…
 
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KOP AND the NO HOLDS BARRED MORNING CREW
 
Good Morning everyone. We have a full house today. Janet, Helen, Mike, and Jayce. We also have Lisa in the studio. She is normally in Florida but was in town for the last few days and she is joining us this morning in the studio. We have some tech issues this morning. Eric isn't feeling well and we have John Joseph. We chat for a bit about his ...…
 
Ami James: How Textile Art Changed Her Life Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Ami James Shares Her Life In Fabric & Thread. She chats with Susan Weeks about how textile art has changed her life, helped her recover from illness, and developing the courage to 'go for it' in 2017. Susan chats with Ami about: What happened when th ...…
 
Have we found the ideal intersection of food and fabric? This month we’re talking about things we can eat that can also make our clothes pretty, and Torey is feeling like a real-life history scientist in her kitchen. Meanwhile Steph is going deep into the Acadian history behind a very delicious veggie soup recipe. Statue of Evangeline and Memor ...…
 
RICK RIDGEWAY is Patagonia’s Vice President of Public Engagement and represents and promotes the company’s core values with external stakeholders. In this role, he is one of Patagonia’s key spokespersons in all its global markets. During his 12-year tenure at the company he has worked with teams to develop and launch environmental and sustainab ...…
 
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WARDROBE CRISIS with Clare Press
 
This week’s Episode is little different from normal. It was recorded in September at a live Q&A event at the Wheeler Centre for Books & Ideas in Melbourne, and moderated by Madeleine Morris, a reporter for ABC television’s 7.30. We touch on a whole lot of issues front and centre in an industry currently in overdrive, from slow fashion, overcons ...…
 
About This Episode In today’s show, we are continuing with our most recent series on hemp. Congressman James Comer joins Kentucky hemp producer Brian Furnish to discuss the latest iteration of the Industrial Hemp Farming Act. Before I get to that, I we set the stage with some historical context and briefly explain why hemp is still illegal to g ...…
 
Marrying stunning visuals with social advocacy, Rahul Jain’s debut documentary — winner of the Special Jury Award for Cinematography at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival — takes audiences into the labyrinthine passages of an enormous textile factory in Gujarat, India. Jain’s camera wanders freely between pulsating machines and bubbling vats of dy ...…
 
We are back after an unexpected two-week hurricane hiatus. I hope things are getting back to normal for you if you were affected by the storm. Today’s guest is Bonnie Lewis who runs Common Sewing in Orlando. Bonnie started her company because she wants to bring sewing back to everyone’s lifestyle “in a relevant, sustainable, and simple way.” Bo ...…
 
Sarika Goulatia is a sculptor/installation artist who comes to Pittsburgh by way of Gorakhpur, India. She has a Bachelors and Masters degree in textiles at the National Institute of Fashion Technology in India and a BFA from the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. She spoke with the Broadcast Podcast about what inspires her work and he ...…
 
The city of Paterson has a rich and well-documented industrial history. On the site that was once the Rogers Locomotive and Machine works plant, is where the Paterson Museum is today. Giacomo Destefano is the museum director. He says revolutions in the silk and firearms industries crossed paths not too far away. “The silk industry in the United ...…
 
About This Episode If ever there were a need for sustainable, renewable and restorative natural alternatives to carbon-intensive fossil fuels and toxic pharmaceuticals, it would be now. More convinced than ever that hemp could solve complex problems, we decided to produce another three-part series to scratch the surface a little deeper. We begi ...…
 
Jala Smith-Huys is a freelance social media strategist and textile designer for Seek & Swoon, designing throws inspired by her experiences traveling the world. In this episode of Getting Work To Work, we talk about overcoming fear to launch new ideas, how travel inspires her creativity, and the importance of communicating your story. Show Links ...…
 
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West Texas Talk - Interviews from Marfa Public Radio
 
On this edition of West Texas Talk, Guest host Tim Johnson sits down with legendary clothier, textile designer, and collector, Andrea Aranow. Aranow has created fashion and studied textiles since the late 1960's creating pieces of clothing for a long list of well-known clients, including Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis - She has traveled and lived ...…
 
Sweater weather is finally here and we couldn't be happier! On this episode of the podcast we've got a new yarn from Blacker Yarns to tell you about, as well as TWO giveaways! Our Sponsor This episode of the podcast is sponsored by Garthenor, providing a variety of sustainable, organic British wool products in an ecologically responsible way. S ...…
 
"Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months." That's Oscar Wilde on fashion, and this week Communication Mixdown, with Sean Ryan from the School of Fashion and Textiles at RMIT University, unpacks some of the ways that fashion can be thought about as a multilayed, historically located mode of communic ...…
 
Listen to the Podcast On the show this week we break down a recent television commercial and look at how "Food Cinematography" can be challenging and a bit of fun at the same time. There are quite a few genres in commercial cinematography and excelling at food cinematography can help you get steady and fun work. Great food cinematography is a b ...…
 
Intersection is marking the new school year with conversations with three MU professors whose work and teaching styles make then stand out. We learn that parts of Missouri were once on the coast of a huge inland sea, how a veterinarian and toxicologist gets to the bottom of mysterious ailments and how students are learning to understand the glo ...…
 
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Iglesia Bautista Reformada del Pacto
 
A new MP3 sermon from Iglesia Bautista Reformada del Pacto is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: El mensaje a la Iglesia de Laodicea II Subtitle: Apocalipsis Speaker: Boni Lozano Broadcaster: Iglesia Bautista Reformada del Pacto Event: Sunday Service Date: 4/29/2013 Bible: Revelation 3:14-22 Length: 47 min. (64k ...…
 
www.LetsTalkAboutTheWeather.org Joanna Engelberg is Sustainability Director at The New Denim Project, a third-generation family business that creates high-end eco-textiles made purposefully and ethically. After five years in Israel with her sister Arianne -- Creative Director of The New Denim Project -- she came home to Guatemala passionate abo ...…
 
If you think D.C. is all politics and traffic, think again. Each week, Capital Culture explores food, culture, lifestyle and entertainment in the nation's capital - and beyond - with WTOP's Rachel Nania and Jason Fraley.By info@podcastone.com.
 
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RETold a history podcast...kinda
 
Medieval bras discovered in Austria! Let's dig into the wonderful story of pulling history out of the earth... or out from under the floor. If you have comments or questions find me on twitter at the_beccaeller or by using #REToldpod Hillary Davidson article https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/jul/20/medieval-bras-history-women-suppo ...…
 
Kalpona Akter travels the world trying to get consumers to think about where their clothes come from. As a child she worked in a textile factory in Bangladesh, and was so shocked by the conditions that she's put her life on the line to change things.
 
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InsideMarket.net hosted by Phil Carey
 
Making clothing or paper out of waste products instead of chopping down forests sounds like a great idea. That is exactly what Nanollose is offering to do through its proprietary technology. Key facts: Cellulose, in its various forms, is produced globally and used to manufacture a wide range of products such as cotton and linen textiles and fil ...…
 
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