Best transom podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Transom.org is an experiment in channeling new work and voices to public radio through the internet, and for discussing that work, and encouraging more. Our podcast offers some tasty little audio morsels to go.
 
C. Joseph Jordan is novelist and radio producer whose stories have appeared all over America. Humor, melancholy, and beauty in equal doses.
 
I'm Dave Lorell Hoskins, caretaker at Blind Fly Theater, with atmospheric audio tales that follow you everywhere, whispering in your ear... let us in... http://www.BlindFlyTheater.com
 
"Harold Transome is a landowner who goes against his family's political tradition (much to his mother's distress), while Felix Holt is a sincere radical. The setting of the book, the 1832 parliament election, is used to discuss the social problems of that time. A secondary plot involves Esther Lyon, the stepdaughter of a minister who is the real heiress to the Transome estate, with whom both Harold Transome and Felix Holt fall in love. Esther loves poor Felix Holt, but would she choose a com ...
 
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Over the Transom presents their podcast "Footnotes".An exploration in electronic sounds and song. Listen to Nadia Gaudet’s ghostly singing style, honest lyrics and dreamy piano melodies melding to Zef’s digital landscape of electronic beats and sonic manipulation.
 
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A review of one of my all-time favourite episodes - Walking Across America: Advice for a Young Man. Listen to the full episode here: http://transom.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/WalkingTransomBounce2.mp3?_=2 Still want more? You can read more about Andrew's journey, Transom and the production process here: https://transom.org/2013/walking-acro ...…
 
Tell me a little about yourself and how long have you or served behind the front line for? In What capacity? I was on active duty for over 13 years and served in several capacities. My first 2 ½ years was spent on a 210’ vessel out of Galveston TX. Our major operations were patrols looking to counter drug and migrant smuggling and illegal fishi ...…
 
What We Talked About This Week: We show you step by step how to make a transom window entry point into a hallway. Ideas for a dated "western" chandelier. What can be done with a small living and kitchen area. Can these golf clubs swing again? See it all at http://www.junkinwithjenny.com
 
I’ve grown weary of the ceaseless onslaught of criticism of journalism, especially from those who seem to derive their critique solely from their politics. Not only is it shallow and myopic, I worry that the good work of reporters is lost in the blitz — good, solid work day-in and day-out. Like the reporting of […] The post Reporting On Traumat ...…
 
I’ve grown weary of the ceaseless onslaught of criticism of journalism, especially from those who seem to derive their critique solely from their politics. Not only is it shallow and myopic, I worry that the good work of reporters is lost in the blitz — good, solid work day-in and day-out. Like the reporting of […] The post Reporting On Traumat ...…
 
Last fall, I heard a story on NPR about flood insurance and I thought “Oh dear. This is going to be humdrum.” Noel King produced the story for Planet Money. She’s a reporter there. And even she agrees. National Flood Insurance Policy is not a riveting topic. But, despite that, Noel nailed it. Her three-and-a-half-minute […] The post Don’t Write ...…
 
You know that old radio joke, right? Ira Glass says it a lot. “Radio is your most visual medium.” Of course, it’s often said with a wink. But, simultaneously, it’s a boast because it’s true. I once heard Robert Krulwich make the point. He put it slightly differently. He said that when radio is produced […] The post Radio Is A Visual Medium appe ...…
 
How do you craft sound design that doesn't sound cheesy? HowSound's Rob Rosenthal has no idea. To start figuring it out, he talked with Matt Boll who worked on the sound design for Crimetown. The post Sound Design Basics appeared first on Transom.
 
How do you craft sound design that doesn't sound cheesy? HowSound's Rob Rosenthal has no idea. To start figuring it out, he talked with Matt Boll who worked on the sound design for Crimetown. The post Sound Design Basics appeared first on Transom.
 
Irish radio producer Ronan Kelly has a great ear for compelling radio. He plays story DJ on this archive episode of HowSound from 2010. The post A Few Of My Favorite Things appeared first on Transom.
 
I was so nervous talking to Ashley Ahearn the producer of KUOW's new podcast about the environment "terrestrial." I should have been. I asked her about her appearance. The post Ask Uncomfortable Questions appeared first on Transom.
 
I was so nervous talking to Ashley Ahearn the producer of KUOW's new podcast about the environment "terrestrial." I should have been. I asked her about her appearance. The post Ask Uncomfortable Questions appeared first on Transom.
 
With the closure of Massachusetts’ last coal fired power plant last month, some South Coast towns are pinning their hopes on offshore wind. Plus, we’ve heard the stories about immigrant farm workers facing deportation – but what is their daily life like? And why do they make the risky journey to Vermont? And, decades after the AIDS crisis hit, ...…
 
Sook-Yin Lee describes the combination of improvisation and structure that informs the production of Sleepover, a hit podcast from the CBC. The post Improvisation And Structure appeared first on Transom.
 
Sook-Yin Lee describes the combination of improvisation and structure that informs the production of Sleepover, a hit podcast from the CBC. The post Improvisation And Structure appeared first on Transom.
 
Sometimes, pitching a story is the last thing you want to do. Just press record and see what happens. Jay Allison is the guest on this episode of HowSound. The post Stories That Are Impossible To Pitch appeared first on Transom.
 
Sometimes, pitching a story is the last thing you want to do. Just press record and see what happens. Jay Allison is the guest on this episode of HowSound. The post Stories That Are Impossible To Pitch appeared first on Transom.
 
"Live like the truth is true and go where love has not yet arrived." Words Al Letson of Reveal lives by, especially when interviewing a racist. The post On Interviewing A Racist appeared first on Transom.By Rob Rosenthal.
 
Jason Snell from The Incomparable podcast network returns to help us identify the ugliest sweater possible, the true villain of the movie, and the real meaning of ‘transom’. Show links: Naked Under Leather trailer Suzi Quatro The Wild One Leather Tuscadero Edgeplay The Runaways trailer The Runaways Cherry Bomb Edgeplay vs The Runaways Joan Jett ...…
 
Heed Arwen Nicks' warnings. Arwen explains when a good idea for a podcast is really a terrible idea for a podcast. The post When A Good Idea For A Podcast Is A Bad Idea For A Podcast appeared first on Transom.By Rob Rosenthal.
 
The middle school brought in a Buddhist monk to show the students the creation of an intricate sand mandala. Have you seen these? They’re stunningly beautiful, laid out grain by grain, vibrant colors and great detail. I’ll show an example of one, and if you’re listening at home at home you can simply Google “sand mandalas,” and you’ll find all ...…
 
The middle school brought in a Buddhist monk to show the students the creation of an intricate sand mandala. Have you seen these? They’re stunningly beautiful, laid out grain by grain, vibrant colors and great detail. I’ll show an example of one, and if you’re listening at home at home you can simply Google “sand mandalas,” and you’ll find all ...…
 
Never say this to yourself: "I'll fix it in the mix." Fixing recording mistakes back in the studio can lead to more problems. Instead, prevent issues before they happen. Rob Byers, from NPR's Training Team has lots of great tips for avoiding basic, pesky recording problems so you don't have to fix it in the mix. The post Avoiding Pesky Recordin ...…
 
Radio producer and podcaster Amy Gastelum chats about producing for radio and podcasting, her experience at the Transom Storytelling Workshop for radio storytelling, and finding time to work on passion projects when you have a job and a family. Highlights and Takeaways You can be more than one thing Amy's experience at the Transom Storytelling ...…
 
Rachel Matlow had a head slappingly simple idea: make a conversation out of the interviews she recorded with her mom after her mom died. But, simple it was not. Rachel explains the backstory on her Third Coast award-winning doc. The post Dead Mom Talking appeared first on Transom.By Rob Rosenthal.
 
The series "Seeing White" is essential listening. John Biewen reports on whiteness and white people for his podcast "Scene on Radio." The post Reporting On Whiteness appeared first on Transom.By Rob Rosenthal.
 
Donald Trump's tax returns from 2005 are leaked. Senator Dick Durbin talks about Trump's wiretapping claims. Plus, a Lockport tries to modernize The Crucible and a witch hunt ensues.
 
How does Lu Olkowski get such intimate interview tape? She shares some of her approaches including a couple that are a bit unorthodox, I'd say. The post Intimate Interviewing appeared first on Transom.By Rob Rosenthal.
 
pssst....can I tell you a secret? I love John Denver. Made at the Transom Traveling Workshop in Big Sky, Montana.
 
This week, we hear stories of very different places in battle with the sea. We consider a massive and expensive seawall plan that could save Boston, and coastal adaptation in New Hampshire. We speak with the author of a new book about Martha’s Vineyard — the island tourist hub that’s been slowly eroding for 20,000 years. And from the failed att ...…
 
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