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Welcome to Hidden Truth Show with Jim Breslo, a weekly series which dives deeply into controversial and unresolved issues of our time to discover the truth, irrespective of political correctness, religion, or politics. In the new Season 2, “Transgender Movement,” we explore what it means to be transgender, ask who is really behind the movement, and question whether it is based on science or political correctness. Along the journey to find the truth, Jim interviews doctors, psychologists, the ...
 
FWF is building a community of feminist writers, readers, speakers and leaders, who are united in their goal to end gender inequality through the power of storytelling and conversation. Through our events, podcasts, publishing and facilitation, we connect audiences and experts to come together in solidarity, to share their stories and enhance their capacities to contribute to the cause.
 
InnerVerse is a podcast dedicated to prying open your Third Eye portal to the infinite and keeping you in perpetual synchronicity. Join Chance Garton for inspired interviews with conscious creators from all paths. INjoy conversations that recognize your limitless potential, and pierce beyond the veils of illusion to bring you into sovereignty and creative freedom. Tune in to respect and celebrate life's core Truth: that we are all One Consciousness, expressing itself through our individual u ...
 
Aspen Ideas to Go is a show about big ideas that will open your mind. Featuring compelling conversations with the world’s top thinkers and doers from a diverse range of disciplines, Aspen Ideas to Go gives you front-row access to the Aspen Ideas Festival and other events presented by the Aspen Institute.
 
Raff's Brain is a monthly podcast and blog documenting my journey through a low-residency MFA program in screenwriting & playwriting. Each month, I will relay unvarnished updates about my progress & setbacks in the program - class assignments, key lessons, draft scripts, etc. The show will culminate in summer 2022 when I graduate.
 
The Hebridean Dark Skies Festival presents a series of interviews with fascinating people from the worlds of astronomy, psychology, and the arts, exploring our festival themes of winter, darkness and the night sky. The Hebridean Dark Skies Festival is an ambitious annual programme of events taking place each February on the Isle of Lewis, including live music, film, visual art, theatre, astronomy talks, and stargazing. The Hebridean Dark Skies Festival is part-financed by the Scottish Govern ...
 
Learn French in coffee-break lessons from the Radio Lingua Network. In each lesson we'll focus on the language you need to know and before long you'll be making yourself understood with native French speakers. Season 1 lessons are for absolute beginners, and the courses increase in difficulty as the seasons progress. 386357
 
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We hear a little snippet from artist Benjamin Earl and his piece Bliss. The CIVA team comes together to reflect on the festival’s first edition. What was great, what was not so great? Maybe we might even start thinking about CIVA 2022…! And thinking about the future with our colleagues from other international festivals: we feature some insights fr…
 
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Chris sits down with comedian and writer Randolph Terrance. They talk about job fails, bad people dying, and learning how to be yourself. Website: ThreeGuysOn.com RandolphTerrance.com ChrisLamberth.com Twitter: @realtalkforyou @threeguyson @MundaneFestival @ChrisLamberth Patreon: Mundane Festival Email: mundanefestivalpod@gmail.com…
 
Ann Patchett’s novels hit that sweet spot where literary prestige meets blockbuster success. With The Dutch House, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, Patchett is at her peak. This “engrossing, warmhearted book” (NPR) tells the story of a brother and sister whose deep bond and secret-filled past is haunted by the legacy of an ornate mansion, the “Du…
 
VISIT OUR SPONSORS: Louisiana Renaissance Festival https://www.larf.net/ The Ren Cruise https://www.therencruise.com/ SONGS My Johnny Was a Shoemaker performed by Abby Green from the album Fig for a Kiss https://www.AbbyGreen.com The Whistling Gypsy Rover performed by Alexander James Adams from the album Harvest Season Second Cutting http://www.fae…
 
Lisa Fuller, a Wuilli Wuilli woman and descendent of Gooreng Gooreng and Wakka Wakka peoples, weaves her culture and spirituality into her storytelling. Her new book Ghost Bird is a page-turning thriller about a girl’s search for her missing twin, and was recently named the winner of the Readings YA Prize 2020. Fuller sits down to discuss her actio…
 
The Outer Hebrides’ relationship with astronomy, Bethany Rigby says, “embodies humanity’s changing view of our place within the universe”. The designer, researcher and writer, above, is now the creator of Outer Hebrides // Outer Space, a new research project that explores our islands’ astronomical significance, from the Neolithic Age of celestial o…
 
Artist Casey Jenkins, QVWC feminist-in-residence Kate Robinson, creative designer Taneshia Atkinson, novelist Enza Gandolfo and writer/activist Van Badham talk craft and feminist resistance, and creating change one stitch at a time. Recommended reading https://feministwritersfestival.com/fwf2020-craftivism-recommended-reading/ Feminist Writers Fest…
 
Featuring two album in reviews. Mogwai - As The Love Continues & Architects - For Those That Wish To Exist. New music from Ghost Iris, Bad Visuals & Sarin. Plus the usual news & chat from the alternative world. Audible - audibletrial.com/machogrande Spotify Playlists Big Cartel - https://machogrande.bigcartel.com Voicemail - 05603 689 842 contact u…
 
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches in front of a remote audience - and all from their own home!In the first show of the new series, they are joined by Jessica Fostekew who relays her time volunteering in a vaccination centre. Ken Cheng talks about his experiences as a Chinese Briton plus music from Beardym…
 
Direct Download Continuing on the rhythm “feels” track, Bing presents time signatures divisible by three in order to provide examples of creating rolling motion in arrangements. ¾, 6/8, 9/8 and 12/8 are covered in this episode. Bing Futch is endorsed by Folkcraft Instruments, V-Picks and Zither Stands. Enjoy "Dulcimerica"? Consider supporting the p…
 
Dracula wasn’t the only frightful fiction conjured by Irish author Bram Stoker… In this retelling of “The Judge’s House,” a Cambridge student is overcome with curiosity — then dread — as he faces an evil man’s terrifying legacy. Listen to Part 1 right here, then search “Haunted Places: Ghost Stories” to hear Part 2, when the Judge himself comes cal…
 
We're back with another episode from Season 2 of the Coffee Break French Travel Diaries. After a delicious breakfast at their BnB, Charlotte, Théo and Lucas visit the Musée des Beaux-Arts before getting back in the car and heading to the enchanting city of Honfleur. In this week's travel diary entry, we hear some indirect object pronouns and teache…
 
Tonica talks a bit more in depth about the thinking behind her programme for this year: Conversing/Converging Intersectionally on Virtual Artforms (CIVA). She also chats with the musician Ciara Moser about her studies, work and inspirations as well as her work with accessible music softwares and how they enable her to compose and write music.…
 
Laura Welzenbach on what the CIVA Ambassador Groups are all about. Tonica also talks to VICE Austria’s Chief Reporter Alexandra Stanić about cyber trolling, hate on the internet, and the CIVA Code of Conduct and its rep Janine Scheer-Erb. We end with an exclusive affirmations audio from a healing workshop taking place on 26th February.…
 
Grappling with the challenges and problems life throws at us is difficult, especially during a pandemic. Psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb says the stories we tell about ourselves and others can make it even harder to cope. She says we must look closely at the running commentary in our own minds to see if we are being too self-critical, or if we are no…
 
Welcome to Part 2 of our Vinyl Hours conversation with Ireland’s renowned concert orchestra conductor and choirmaster David Brophy, hosted by Tiernan Henry. To listen to David Brophy's full playlist, visit GIAF's Spotify page here http://bit.ly/DavidBrophyPlaylist. This episode was recorded as part of Galway International Arts Festival's September …
 
Dr Chris Smith and the Naked Scientist team ask if reopening schools in March safe for pupils and teachers, what the World Health Organisation learnt about the origins of the coronavirus pandemic when they went to Wuhan and look into what COVID vaccine efficacy rates actually mean.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Martina Menegon, Maximilian Prag and Marlene Kager talk with Tonica Hunter about what it takes to create the exhibition spaces, meeting rooms and stages for CIVA. And we get a cheeky snippet of the audio from Christiane’s work from the exhibition: EDEN.By Civa, hoerwinkel
 
Tonica Hunter calls up the artist and DJ Sippin T living in Kingston, Jamaica to ask them about their art, coping with the pandemic and trying to find calm and peace in being ‘anti productive’. And the musician and spoken word poet Jahson The Scientist opens up about his all Black errthing compilation album project “Black Seeds” following his conve…
 
Welcome to the Chicago Beer Pass: Your ticket to all the great beer events happening in and around Chicago. On this episode of Chicago Beer Pass, Brad Chmielewski and Nik White are enjoying a paczki from Alliance Bakery and drinking some Dovetail Kölsch. As they knock back a crisp beer from their fancy glasses, they go over some of their beer adven…
 
A satirical review of the week's news with Andy Zaltzman and guests Andrew Maxwell, Ayesha Hazarika, Scott Bennett and Kiri Pritchard-McLeanIt's the last in the current series and there are pressing issues on the agenda from climate change to the story of an incorrectly measured man.Written by Andy Zaltzman with additional material from Alice Frase…
 
Lindsey Scharmyn of Rogue Ways had me on her show to finish up the analysis of the Transhuman Tarot from Cyberpunk 2077. The latter half of the Major Arcana were definitely as deep as the first, and it's always fascinating to follow that legendary Path of the Fool on another journey, albeit a dark one this time around. You'll want to either watch t…
 
Direct Download Another multi-part series coming your way and, this time, the subject is rhythm! Bing begins with a discussion on “feel” and introduces the practice of “swinging the eights.” Bing Futch is endorsed by Folkcraft Instruments, V-Picks and Zither Stands. Enjoy "Dulcimerica"? Consider supporting the program by becoming a patron!…
 
Jazz legend Branford Marsalis talks about his score for Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, composing for the late Chadwick Boseman, working with Spkie Lee and his life watching movies. Plus I have news of a thrilling new doc about Brazilian great Pele, a tribute to Jean Claude Carrière and the new Black Panther. Music by Lee Rosevere. See acast.com/privacy …
 
Virtually all now agree that Covid-19 came from an experimental lab in China. What is still a mystery is how or why it leaked out. Patrick Wood Is the author of “Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation” and the founder and director of “Citizens for Free Speech.” He says it is very likely that Covid is an experimental bioweapon…
 
It's time for the second episode from Season 2 of our virtual travel series, the Coffee Break French Travel Diaries. Charlotte, Théo and Lucas make their way to Rouen, the historic capital of Normandy, and begin to discover what the Medieval city has to offer. In this episode, we encounter some interesting expressions such as prendre des forces, ma…
 
Since the 1970s, a strange radio signal has broadcast from somewhere in Russia. Listeners can hear rhythmic buzzes, and occasionally, a speaker reciting a nonsense string of letters and numbers. Nobody knows what the messages mean, but the ongoing broadcast may be the only thing preventing global nuclear devastation. Learn more about your ad choice…
 
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