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Roshini is a strategic communication and crisis coach to C-Suite executives and a mainstage speaker. She’s hosted REAL Talk with Roshini on News Talk 830 WCCO since 2012 and Discover Minnesota with Roshini on Facebook since December 2020. Roshini is a licensed attorney and former TV reporter called upon by media across the US for commentary about crisis management, leadership, political strategy, and PR blunders. She’s conducted thousands of interviews during more than 25 years in broadcasti ...
 
Mark Picchiotti, a Chicago native DJ/Producer/Remixer, has had an impressive career that has seen twenty five #1s on the Billboard Dance chart and a nomination as one of the Top 40 remixers of all time. His discography includes an impressive array of the who's who of the music world, with official remixes for artists including Beyonce, Madonna, Sia, Michael Jackson, Daft Punk, Kylie Minogue, Katy Perry & many more. Picchiotti is also known for his alter ego artist projects The Absolute, Bass ...
 
Welcome to Our Cheeky Days Podcast, a new kind of parenting podcast, where we dive into all the messy of parenting life, leave perfection behind, and embrace the joy amidst the chaos! Just think of us as your virtual mom's group; a meeting place to come just as you are, grab your coffee (or matcha tea) and join us for conversations about how we can live (and parent) outside the box! We’re talking with moms and women about how we can show up every day courageously to raise littles and intenti ...
 
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Subtle Asian Traits, the massively popular Facebook group founded in 2018 by a friendship group of Melbourne teens, is being developed into a TV series. How does a community based on Asian cultural memes translate onto screen, and what do its founders think of the trajectory from messenger group, to online influence and nascent television fame? A c…
 
Performance art tests the limits of the body and the gallery space. Fiona Kelly McGregor's latest book relives its bracing ascendancy in Sydney's queer and underground scene, and the well-known and lesser-known artists who lived and breathed it.Plus, performance artists Justin Shoulder and Stelarc. And, how do art galleries preserve performance art…
 
The best theatre is always the result of a great collaboration and Neil Armfield found the ideal collaborator in Kate Champion — choreographer, director and founder of the dance theatre company Force Majeure. The pair's work includes Cloudstreet and The Ring Cycle.Also, we consider what complete silence might finally allow us to hear in Will O'Maho…
 
Esther Freud's mother had babies at a time when many unwed mothers in the UK and Ireland had their children taken away. Freud says, 'When I thought about the situation of my mother, it struck me how alone and dangerous her situation was'. In I Couldn't Love You More, she imagines if her mother had been forced into one or Ireland's notorious mother …
 
Olympian Eli Bremer competed in Beijing 2008 and is covering the Tokyo 2020 Games for NBC. We hear his take on the latest record-breaker in swimming from Kaylee McKeown, whether a new rule for athletes to protest is changing the face of competition, and what to expect for the rest of these Games. Plus, why he Eli is weighing a run for United States…
 
Senator Tina Smith just called out Major League Baseball and the San Diego Padres demanding it reverse the decision that would move Minnesota jobs to China when MLB and its teams have received billions in taxpayer stadium subsidies. Plus, she talks about COVID latest and what she’s doing to help support fetal alcohol syndrome disorder services. See…
 
In 1909 the Beta Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma held initiation at Tiffany's. Wait, what?? Kay and Kylie explore some of the historical ties between Kappa Kappa Gamma and the famous company with the little blue box. Special guest Dr. Oz lends a bit of trivia to help tell the story.By Kylie Smith
 
If you’ve ever wondered what’s for lunch at Perry Farrell’s house, or where The Roots’ Questlove turns for DJ inspiration, look to The Avalanches for the answer. The Melbourne-based electronic group has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music and waded through “seven layers of shit” to complete their long-awaited second album, Wildflow…
 
Neil Armfield cut his teeth at Sydney's Nimrod Theatre Company before co-founding Belvoir, but his earliest forays into theatre-making were a way to escape some challenges at home. He shares his story with Mark Howett as one of our Legends of Australian Theatre.Also, we visit a war-torn city and a family confronting the cost of survival in Samah Sa…
 
The epic season 13 finale of MasterChef saw WA youth pastor Justin Narayan completing all four rice crispies and clinching the title. But Kishwar “just at home” Chowdhury is the winner of our hearts, and isn’t that what matters?It’s a truth universally acknowledged that the “brain, it’s multifaceted; brawn, it’s one dimensional”. This binary will b…
 
The mother-and-son collaboration of artists Dale and Kate Harding works across generations, artforms —and worlds. Textile artist Kate makes quilts, while Dale’s work is most commonly seen in the rarefied world of contemporary art. So why did they join forces for an exhibition?Plus, the photojournalist who turned his lens from the war in Afghanistan…
 
We meet an artist whose canvas has been some of the world's biggest stages, but his palette is ever-inspired by Noongar Boodjar. For our next conversation between Australian stage icons, Kylie Bracknell sits down with designer and director Mark Howett.Also, as part of our High School Playlist series, we travel from London in 1959 to Alice Springs i…
 
Ahead of the Miles Franklin Award announcement, we preview the shortlist and find overlapping themes of migration, violence, fractured families and climate change. Aravind Adiga, Amanda Lohrey, Andrew Pippos, Daniel Davis Wood, Madeleine Watts and Robbie Arnott also reflect on what their novels say about Australia today.…
 
Roshini shares what it's like living one mile from Uptown Minneapolis as it's under siege by violence and reaction by city leaders to that violence. Two callers shared emotional reaction about their own real-life damage the violence is having on their lives and businesses. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Work-place changes and employer rules because of COVID-19 are creating questions, anxiety, and possible lawsuits. Some people are even quitting their jobs instead of returning. University of Minnesota Law School Professor Emeritus Steve Befort is a national voice on labor and employment law. He shares insight for employers and employees on back-to-…
 
Love for the outdoors inspired by Kylie Bearse to launch Approachable Outdoors where she shares hikes she loves. In doing so, the KDVR meteorologist shares how getting outside made a difference for her mental health journey. She advocates for others with her beginner-friendly guide to hiking and outdoor adventures. See omnystudio.com/listener for p…
 
Ziggy Ramo and Rhianna Patrick take over Stop Everything for NAIDOC Week. Rhianna Patrick, head of podcasts and audio for IndigenousX, speaks to Dr Margaret Harvey, theatremaker, actor, storyteller, and Jasmin McGaughey, writer and editor, about First Nations futurism, Torres Strait Islanders in pop culture and navigating protocol while sharing tra…
 
The Art Show’s new presenter Daniel Browning finds Indigenous artists who enact healing and cultural rejuvenation through their artwork – from senior Pitjantjatjara elder and Betty Muffler, whose practice as a traditional healer – or ngangkari – extends to her monochromatic canvases mapping the topography and spiritual odysseys of her ancestor to t…
 
Taking on Macbeth is a mammoth task for any director but try translating and performing it entirely in Noongar. In our next conversation between legends of Australian theatre, Wesley Enoch meets Noongar actor, director and translator Kylie Bracknell (Kaarljilba Kaardn).Also, we hear a scene from the world premiere of York at Black Swan State Theatr…
 
Indigenous author Larissa Behrendt questioned whether to include a First Nations lawyer in her latest novel, but she says it felt more authentic given it's a world she knows intimately. Her novel, After Story, explores grief, family and literary travel. Also, Kim Scott on the legacies of history that have inspired his works and Alice Pung's first n…
 
Millions of Australians are in lockdown, the national covid vaccine rollout is confusing to say the least — but we’ve got you, dear listeners!BL + BW have prepared a care package of highlight interviews from the first half of 2021 for a safe, no contact delivery in your audio feed. Crazy Rich Asians actor Remy Hii, veteran of three quarantines, sha…
 
Czech brothers Dušan and Voitre Marek escaped communist political repression for Australia, but their Surrealist art was met with incomprehension in 1950s Australia. Now decades of their vibrant artistic output is on show, raising the question -- why aren't they better known? Plus, sculpture meets imitation food and the found photos that document C…
 
In the first of our conversations between legends of Australian theatre, the former artistic director of The Australian Ballet, David McAllister, steals the spotlight to interview his partner, Noonuccal Nuugi playwright and director Wesley Enoch.Also, David pays tribute to Australian ballet icon Lucette Aldous who recently died at the age of 82, an…
 
Nancy is based in Fergus Falls, Minnesota. This Chinese-American water medium artist was almost not born because she was conceived during China’s 1-child policy. Her mother bravely left the country when 3 months pregnant to give birth. Nancy previews her new exhibit, The Audacity to be Asian in Rural America. Find out more about her backstory and a…
 
Gilah Mashaal is the owner of Needle & Skein. Needle & Skein will be featured in a September Vogue Knitting spread for the We Wear Rowan campaign. She takes us behind the scenes of the June 28th shoot in Minneapolis with the Vogue Magazine team. Models will wear Gilah’s designs made from Rowan Yarns. Lori Anne of Lili Salon Spa in Galleria Edina wi…
 
In The Heights, from Crazy Rich Asians director Jon Chu and based on Lin Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes’ Tony-award winning musical, is a slice of summer joy with a colourism problem. The glaring omission of Afro Latinx cast members in a film set in the New York neighbourhood of Washington Heights, which has a predominantly Dominican Repub…
 
Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu talks about directing In the Heights, the new film based on Lin Manuel Miranda's musical. We meet the maker of a Brazilian film about a housekeeper left to her own devices when her bosses are thrown in jail for corruption, and revisit a conversation with musical superstar David Byrne.…
 
The rediscovery of Hilma af Klint's abstract paintings has taken the art world by storm, but what meaning can we find in her powerful, mysterious work? The curator of the largest exhibition to reach Australia talks us through her symbols and spiritual quest. Plus, hear from an artist whose feminist-inspired underwear became a hit with the likes of …
 
You've heard of Nordic Noir but what about Scandi Blanc? Bestselling author Alexander McCall Smith has taken the noir out Swedish crime fiction in his latest series starring the warm-hearted detective Ulf Varg. Also, writer Jessie Tu on her preoccupation with loneliness and a big sweeping narrative about a fictional female pilot who goes missing in…
 
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