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Fun bilingual stories and songs for the young (and young at heart)! We understand the struggle to learn Chinese in an English speaking environment, so we choose relatable content for bright and easily bored little ones. Join Mama Yen and her first grade daughter in their Chinese learning journey, with help from a Chinese literature teacher. Visit us at Chinesestartales.com and see the books on our youtube channel! https://www.youtube.com/c/ChineseStarTales Please rate and review the show on ...
 
Do you ever get swept up in the fan theories for your favorite novel on TikTok / BookTok? Well we do, too! Book Talk for BookTok co-hosts Jac and Amy deep dive into the writing of some of BookTok's favorite novels. With their literary backgrounds, they're here to provide some novel insight (see what we did there?) to popular books on BookTok, sprinkled with a rant or two and a generous layer of humor. In season one, Jac and Amy explore Sarah J. Maas’ both beloved and controversial novel, A C ...
 
Life on the margins, chapter by chapter. Join co-hosts Yen Eriksen and Zoya Patel as they explore a different theme each week and unpack it through the lens of race, feminism and identity. Season 1 dives into pop culture, food, travel, grief, chronic illness and queer identity, just to name a few things. Hosts: Yen Eriksen & Zoya Patel Producer: Kim Lester Theme music: Fossil Rabbit
 
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[Why I am a Chan Monk] From Tea Words Vol. Two By Chan Master Sheng Yen / Narrated by Yingshyan Ku Tea Words is an archived edition of Master Sheng Yen’s early teachings in the West. It contains 50 selected articles published in two volumes. It speaks of the attitude one should have to practice Chan correctly.…
 
Humans face a series of interlinked existential challenges. How do we feed a global population heading towards ten billion? Can it be done without degrading ecosystems and exacerbating climate change to a calamitous extent? Stephen Sackur interviews writer and environmental activist George Monbiot, who has spent decades addressing these questions a…
 
In the space between their visit to the mortal realms and their wait for an invitation to the Summer Court, Feyre joins the Inner Circle for her first night on the town in Velaris. She finds there are many aspects of the City of Starlight to enjoy, bringing with it some new revelations. Feyre begins her mental and physical training with Rhysand and…
 
According to research in the US and the UK, roughly one in 100 may be transgender. But the fact that the debate about transgender rights has become a political battleground isn’t driven so much by the numbers but more by conflicting ideologies. Stephen Sackur asks author and journalist Shon Faye if all the attention on issues of sex, gender and ide…
 
The Book: The View From Here (2013), Oxford University Press https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-view-from-here-9780199941353?cc=us&lang=en& Professor Wallace's website: https://www.rjaywallace.net/ Bernard William's "Moral Luck": https://iep.utm.edu/moralluc/#H1 The opening quote: "The perspective of deliberative choice on one's life is co…
 
There are some human experiences which most of us find it very hard to get our heads around. In 2019, Stephen Sackur spoke to Albert Woodfox, who experienced the unimaginable torment of more than four decades in solitary confinement, in a tiny cell in one of America’s most notorious prisons. He was the victim of ingrained racism and brutality insid…
 
In the second installment, our intrepid heroes face off against some terrifying (and biologically confusing) creatures in the Love Tunnel at the Paragon Hotel and Resort. Badger tries to be a hero and puts himself in grave danger. Follow us! Twitter: @wildwizardpod Instagram: @wizardsgonewild Cast: DM: Gamey Lannister (@gameylannister) Sheila Tuffi…
 
With their pursuit of the Prythian half of the Book of Breathings at a stand-still, Rhysand and Feyre go to the mortal realm to seek the help of the Archeron family. But when Feyre’s remade body and the company she keeps put the peace of Nesta and Elain’s lives at risk, Feyre is met with resistance before her sisters concede to a plan to call on th…
 
There is no rest for the weary in Rhysand’s Inner Circle. Barely a day after returning from visiting the Bone Carver, Rhysand sets off with Feyre in tow to visit the Weaver in the heart of Prythian. Is Feyre up to the challenge of identifying a lost object in the Weaver’s cottage using untrained detection skills, or will she succumb to her human fe…
 
In an interview recorded in 2021, Stephen Sackur speaks to one of the past century's most influential environmentalists, James Lovelock. He introduced us to the Gaia hypothesis – the idea that our planet and all the life on it are part of one dynamic, self-regulating system. At the age of 101, Lovelock still had big thoughts about the future of lif…
 
Stephen Sackur speaks to South Africa’s controversial populist politician Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters. Allegations of political corruption, power cuts and mass unemployment are pushing South Africa to the brink of chaos. Could one of Africa’s richest nations be consumed by insurrectionist violence?…
 
Stephen Sackur speaks to Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy Agency, and an influential advocate of the global transition from fossil fuels to clean energy. Has that green transition been hampered or hastened by the Ukraine war and Europe’s deepening energy crisis?By BBC World Service
 
It's spring break in the Fey Wild and our intrepid first year students are here to party at a legendary rock 'n' roll resort. Elovire and Marlon investigate the suspicious hotel management and Sheila gets more than she bargained for on a date in the love tunnel. Follow us! Twitter: @wildwizardpod Instagram: @wizardsgonewild Cast DM: Gamey Lannister…
 
With trepidation, Feyre meets the rag-tag group of individuals Rhysand considers his Inner Circle. Despite their long history together and complicated relationships, Feyre feels a connection to each that convinces her she can work with them and with Rhysand. Though they experience an initial set-back during their first attempt to enter the Prison, …
 
Stephen Sackur interviews the General Secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation, Sharan Burrow. There are signs of deepening worker discontent around the world; inflation is outstripping wages, and global corporations stand accused of putting profits before people, while many governments see organised labour as a threat. Have workers…
 
[Transforming Suffering] From Tea Words Vol. Two By Chan Master Sheng Yen / Narrated by Yingshyan Ku Tea Words is an archived edition of Master Sheng Yen’s early teachings in the West. It contains 50 selected articles published in two volumes. It speaks of the attitude one should have to practice Chan correctly.…
 
Upon her second return from the Night Court, Feyre is met with the peak of Tamlin’s desire for control. Her jealousy and anger reveal more of Feyre’s latent power until it reaches its breaking point when Tamlin traps her in the Spring Court manor. To save her from herself, Feyre is whisked away by Mor and Rhysand to the night court, where Feyre dem…
 
The conflict in Ethiopia between the Tigrayan People's Liberation Front and government forces is one of many challenges to the country’s stability. Now, there is a glimmer of hope, with both sides saying they are willing to start efforts to end the war. Zeinab Badawi speaks to Meaza Ashenafi, the Chief Justice of the Federal Supreme Court of Ethiop…
 
Twenty-five years ago, almost one and a half million Christians lived in Iraq. Now there are around a quarter of a million, and after years of war and communal violence many of them have been displaced from their ancestral homes. Can anything be done to reverse this trend toward extinction? Stephen Sackur speaks to Archbishop Bashar Matti Warda of …
 
The remainder of Feyre’s stay at the Night Court has her learning to read and shield, read and shield, and growing increasingly reclusive from those who want to be her friends. Her return to the Spring Court heralds a new wave of over-protectiveness from Tamlin, who does all he can to lay claim to Feyre and her body. The Tithe shows Feyre a new lev…
 
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