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Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
 
Katharsis/Processed is a weekly journey to the polar regions of contemporary music. These unfamiliar musical frontiers are scoured for adventurous new sounds still grounded in harmony, melody and beauty. Selections range from the sublimely quiet and reverent to overwhelming aural overload, but more often than not sustain a tranquil and soothing mood appropriate for later on a Sunday evening.
 
Welcome to "Beyond Your News Feed: Understanding Contemporary Politics" a new podcast sponsored by the Providence College Political Science Department. Host William Hudson, Political Science Department Chair, and colleagues will provide expert analysis of current political events and issues, delving more deeply into their causes and consequences than can be found in typical media sources.
 
Tune in to experience yiddishe spirituality with Reb Yoni, integrating both yeshivish and chassidishe kabbalistic traditions to provide a holistic approach to connecting to HaShem in an intimate relationship. This is a beginner’s approach to basic Kabbalistic, Hashkafic, and Chassidus concepts with the intention of relational and meaningful application in your own life. This is not theoretical Kabbalah or practical Kabbalah – this is Relational Semiotic Kabbalah & Chassidus. Support this pod ...
 
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Of the Earth 本土

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Of the Earth 本土

Cortney Chaffin & Ellen Larson

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Of the Earth is a podcast created by Cortney Chaffin and Ellen Larson, two art historians who have dedicated themselves to the study of over 5,000 years of material culture from China. The program’s title comes from the Chinese word 本土 (bentu), meaning “native soil.” In each episode, Of the Earth digs into a wide range of topics, introducing listeners to the many connections, complexities, and contradictions of Chinese art and culture, across time and space.
 
A podcast where two snarky librarians read each other's book recommendations. Haven't read this episodes book? Don't worry Carly and Lisa will go over the plot, characters and themes so you have the context you need to understand our cleaver - and often flippant - observations. The librarians alternate between literary and horror titles every other Sunday.
 
Seeing Color is a podcast that talks with cultural workers and artists of color in order to expand the area of what is a predominantly white space in the arts. With discussions shifting between art and race, Zhiwan Cheung hashes out with guests a range of topics about the creative process in a white-dominated art world.
 
As part-devotional and part-90’s retrospective, Mixtape Theology is an exercise in going deeper into the Bible verses behind our favorite 90s CCM songs resulting in a fuller understanding of God and His redemptive plan. We also poke fun and reminisce about what made the 90s Christian culture so awesome. We hope to be funny yet inspiring, kind of like a good Mark Lowry joke about his sweet mama. Hosted by Dr. Ashley Mofield and Rachel Cash. Check us out at mixtapetheology.com. Cool beans.
 
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The Carla Podcast

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The Carla Podcast

Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles

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The Carla Podcast is brought to you by Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (Carla), a quarterly print magazine and online journal dedicated to expanding critical dialogue in Los Angeles’s contemporary art community. We release a new podcast every month in addition to the essays, reviews, and interviews published in the magazine and online. The podcast includes conversations with artists, curators, and creatives that make that live and work in Los Angeles.
 
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Contemporary Piano Music Ep54 - Modern - Instrumental - Newage - Solo Piano Mix https://www.youtube.com/c/SadPianoMusicmixes Tracklist: The Daydream - Love is....I Yuhki Kuramoto - Lake Louise David Lanz - Manana, mi amor Abandoned Toys - Spiraling into the Sun Robin Spielberg - In the arms of the wind Danny Wright - In Memory Ben Woods - Inevitabl…
 
Providence College Associate Professor of Political Science Ruth Ben-Artzi joins host William Hudson to discuss the formation of a new Israeli government formed last spring. We discuss the March election (the fourth Israeli election in two years) and how its outcome led the long and complicated process that produced the new coalition government. Th…
 
It's the end of the Merkel era in Germany. We take a look at the faith and politics of this remarkable leader who has been at the helm of Europe's largest economy for almost 16 years. Then, we step a little further back in German history to explore the life and work of Karl Barth, a prolific theologian who was one of the main authors of the Barmen …
 
Creative Colorful People is bringing you some more fine music. We believe each day should be filled with the best you can listen to. Here's some of them. Al Jarreau, NILS, Kim Scott featuring Ragan Whiteside and Althea Rene, Vincent Ingala, JMSN, San Gaberial 7 featuring Katie Cambell & Friends, Andre Ferreri and George Duke. Well how about we add,…
 
Season Five of the Podcast for Cultural Reformation kicks off with a brief review of the Canadian Federal election and begins a discussion that we will develop throughout this season on how and why a fully formed Christian worldview accounts for reality, even in the midst of tumultuous cultural circumstances. Music graciously provided by Jacob Moon…
 
Featuring covers, original tracks and ABBA's first new material in 40 years. Waterloo - Gabba Sweden SOS - Erasure My Love, My Life - ABBA Arrival - Mike Oldfield Don't Shut Me Down - ABBA The Day Before You Came - Steven Wilson Soldiers - ABBA Heartbreaker - Knowing Me, Knowing You - Black Sweden Dancing Queen - Red Kross I Still Have Faith in You…
 
Peter Thiel co-founded PayPal, invested early in Facebook, secretly funded the Hulk Hogan lawsuit that put the website Gawker out of business, and put more than a million dollars into Trump's campaign just after the appearance of the 'Access Hollywood' tapes. Thiel is also known for his interest in some unusual ideas, like independent city-states t…
 
How did Americans become so divided? And how did we come so close to overturning the results of a presidential election? These are some of the questions at the heart of the new book 'Wildland,' by 'New Yorker' staff writer Evan Osnos. Osnos bookended his coverage of Trump by reporting on Trump's white nationalist support during his 2016 campaign an…
 
(Kevin) Playlist: Myriam Gendron - La jeune fille en pleurs Jim White and Marisa Anderson - 18 to 1 Devin Shaffer - Heavy Baby Black Brunswicker - Riptide Low - Hey Blank Gloss - Speaking Quietly Chihei Hatakeyama - Falling Asleep in the Rain II BON - Aya claire rousay + more eaze - 21 cents flat and yearning Lawrence English - A Binding Arash Akba…
 
In 1995, a Memphis socialite was brutally murdered in her own home. Emily Fisher was a paragon of not only Memphis society and arts, but she was also heavily involved in charities for underprivileged youth. Ironically, her son Adrian, struggled socially. In his teens, he became heavily addicted to drugs. His parents were desperately trying to help …
 
In the Gospel of Luke, we see Jesus tell his followers this: “The Harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the Harvest, therefore, to send out his workers into the field.” Jesus wasn’t a farmer, but he uses a farming analogy to tell his disciples, or ministry partners, that there are not enough people to do the work of the Kin…
 
What happens when a sceptical writer immerses herself in peak Christian belief at a creationist museum? What happens when a Christian minister confronts the past and present horrific failures of the church? Hear from authors Sarah Krasnostein and John Dickson about what they learned when they confronted belief and unbelief, how it moved and changed…
 
Welcome to Part 2 of GUBR reads The Hunger by Alma Katsu. Please listen to part 1 first. The Hunger is a novel based on the historic, ill-fated wagon train known as The Donner Party. As this book is big and complicated, it will take us 3 parts to cover it all. We will accelerate our usual schedule and release each part on a consecutive Sunday. If y…
 
Position | Artist | Album Title | Label 5 | The Baylor Project | Generations | Be A Light 4 | Nils | Caught In The Groove | Baja/TSR 3 | Gerry Gibbs | Songs From My Father | Whaling City Sounds 2 | Nick Colionne | Finger Painting | Trippin N Rhythm 1 | Antonio Adolfo | Jobim Forever | AAM Music Stay connected with us at http://www.Facebook.com/Cool…
 
Position | Artist | Album Title | Label 10 | Richard Elliot | Authentic Life | Shanachie 9 | Mike LeDonne | It’s All Your Fault | Savant 8 | Boney James | Solid | Concord 7 | Kenny Garrett | Sounds From The Ancestors | Mack Avenue 6 | Paul Brown | Ones Upon A Time | Woodward Ave. Stay connected with us at http://www.Facebook.com/CoolJazzCountdown a…
 
Béla Fleck is one of the most famous banjo players in the world. He's taken that instrument out of its folk and bluegrass traditions to play pretty much any kind of music, including jazz and pop to classical and reggae. But bluegrass has always been where he comes from — and he's returned to it for his new album, 'My Bluegrass Heart.' Science write…
 
Jean Smart is nominated for two Emmys — one for her lead role in 'Hacks' and one for her supporting role in 'Mare of Easttown.' We're revisiting her May 2021 interview. Pioneering music impresario George Wein created the Newport Jazz Festival in 1954 and the Newport Folk Festival in 1959. He died Sept. 13. He spoke with Terry Gross in 2003.…
 
In the past 15 years, one in four newspapers has shuttered in the U.S. We talk with Art Cullen, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, editor, and co-owner of 'The Storm Lake Times' in the meatpacking town of Storm Lake, Iowa. He and his family are the subject of a new documentary, called 'Storm Lake,' about the challenges the industry is facing as…
 
You heard right Creative Colorful People is back after being wrecked by Ida. But we return with some hot tunes Nick Colionne, Quintin Gerard W, Steely Dan, Lala Hathaway and Robert Glasper Jr., The Spinners, Spyro Gyro, and Kamasi Washington. Top that off with Brian Bromberg, Noel Pointer, Andre Ferreri, Sasha Keable and Jorja Smith, Lady Blackbird…
 
Steph Richards, Dave Douglas, Roy Campbell, Sarah Wilson, BLOOP, Hermon Mehari, Simon Moullier, Simon Denizart, Emie R Roussel Trio, Patricia Barber, Kyle Asche, Matthew Golombisky, Pedway, Caroline Davis, Quin Kirchner Playlist: Steph Richards, featuring Joshua White - Sacred Sea: Zephyr Dave Douglas, featuring Olivia Chamoun - Noble Truths Roy Ca…
 
Dante Alighieri died 700 years ago this year. His enemies had him exiled, hoping he'd disappear from history. But instead he wrote a masterpiece, The Divine Comedy, making himself the hero of his own epic poem — and in so doing, attained literary immortality. This is the final episode in a three-part series that originally aired in May of 2002.…
 
Whitehead's new novel 'Harlem Shuffle,' is about a furniture store owner in Harlem whose sideline is fencing stolen goods. Whitehead won a Pulitzer Prize for his novel 'The Underground Railroad,' about a 15-year-old enslaved girl who escapes a brutal Georgia plantation. The novel was adapted into a TV series that is now nominated for several Emmys.…
 
L.A. based artist Naotaka Hiro talks about the exploration of the “unknown body” in his multi-media practice. The Osaka-born artist, who works across panting, drawing, video, film, and sculpture, often puts constraints on his body as he works, embracing his own limitations and failures. In this episode Hiro gives listeners intimate insight to his n…
 
On this episode of the Podcast for Cultural Reformation, Marcus Pittman describes the present state of Christian representation in mainstream arts and entertainment, and what he is doing to improve it. We discuss the Christian calling to be the best storytellers, because the Christian story is the greatest story in the world. Learn more at www.loor…
 
Dante Alighieri died 700 years ago this year. His enemies had him exiled, hoping he'd disappear from history. But instead he wrote a masterpiece, The Divine Comedy, making himself the hero of his own epic poem — and in so doing, attained literary immortality. This is the second episode in a three-part series that originally aired in May of 2002.…
 
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