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Dickington Steele and co. descend into brow-inclusive rambling about topics no one asked for. Possibly serious, arguably logical, indubitably theatrical. Following a vinyl-inspired A-side/B-side format, Double Pontification alternates weekly episodes between roving banter and deep dives expanding on aforementioned characters and works of art. Skits and monologues butter each ramble. A-sides run about 90 minutes; B-sides roughly half that. New release every Thursday! Follow @doublepontificati ...
 
Nanny Bea lives in a cottage she calls Dave and likes nothing more than telling stories, except maybe rich tea biscuits (which are far from rich and taste nothing of tea). Crammed full of professional character voices to engage, inspire and occupy young minds (4-10 in human years) with stories and banter written to uphold values such as kindness and respect, oh and silliness, lots and lots of silliness. We pretend the episodes range from 8-25 minutes to give you variety not because we lack t ...
 
Author-read pet tales that speak to the wonder years in readers of all ages. The charm of yesteryear combined with quirky, oddball cat and dog characters. Uplifting themes delivered with subtlety in the voices of wise cats and dogs. Featuring Peculiar Cat Burglar in the first episode series, and then Ryan's Dog, Serious, whose young owner combats his OCD with help from his stellar doggy friend, Sirius, in the second episode series. Play for your 10-year-old and then just for yourself, rememb ...
 
The podcast with strategies for creative, quirky, and extraordinary people. Diana Bader and Becky Berry accompany you on the adventure of living life authentically. Learn to squelch the voices in your head that say you're wrong because you think differently and reclaim your best self. If your ideas and dreams are a little bit bigger than most people’s and you’re tired of feeling lost, frustrated or just plain wrong, this podcast is for you.
 
Hello thereThis is the podcast feed for an eclectic and wonderous creative mix of podcasts under the Quirky Voices Presents banner. Welcome!I have an interview show / MADIVA podcast (Modern Audio Drama Indie Voice Acting) and this is focused on exploring the craft of voice acting through interviews with working Va’s, producers, Showrunners and directors. Anyone F’Coffee is a women’s health podcast hybrid audio drama / interview show.I wrote it and it stars women who actually suffer from the ...
 
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The SciFi Pubcast is a discussion show with only the finest galactic libations to offer. Come for a drink but stay for the speculation. Our customers have described this place as quirky and with good reason. We endeavour to provide intellectual "bar-style" conversations about themes and topics in science fiction and related genres. We don't take this establishment too seriously, eschewing pretentiousness while not spilling our drinks. We especially like having new people to podcasting come v ...
 
Tahnee Woolf's hilarious and profound weekly radio show is like a good push-up bra... It uplifts you, expands you and helps you like yourself more! Tahnee shares wisdom & humour in every area of life. How to be fully empowered, speak your truth, be healthy and happy, love yourself & more! Tahnee chats on her "cyber-couch" with Special Guests from around the world, who are all living examples of BEINGHOOD - awakened, heart-centered people committed to growth. Drawing on Tahnee's lifetime of q ...
 
These pet podcasts are all about achieving harmony in the household -- for everyone: people, cats and dogs. Bolstered by a lineup of top behavior experts as guests, host Arden Moore will unlock the perplexing, puzzling and downright frustrating aspects of feline and canine actions and attitudes... on Pet Life Radio.
 
Now hear this — Vulcan Productions and Show of Force are unleashing WE THE VOTERS, a collection of short films that offers quirky takes on the issues that define our generation — student debt, inequality, healthcare, immigration, media polarization, and more. Young people will build the future, and we deserve high-quality information that helps cut through the noise and make sense of the things that really matter. So we've recruited an awesome team of filmmakers, celebrities and comedians to ...
 
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James Ian's new song called "Spaces" is made by, and for, the disabled community. While the song highlights a disease known as spinal muscular atrophy, or SMA, it also celebrates the talent of the much broader disability community. This report is part of our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshou…
 
A new exhibit at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California, looks at the monumental scale and achievement of an artist capturing the untold stories of Los Angeles. Jeffrey Brown took a look at the work of Judy Baca for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
The fashion world is mourning the loss of one of its most influential and contemporary Black designers, Virgil Abloh. The artistic director for Louis Vuitton menswear, Abloh died yesterday at the age of 41 after battling a rare type of cancer. Stephanie Sy has more on his legacy. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/fun…
 
Donald Prince is a counselor and the former Executive Director of the Arctic Indigenous Wellness Foundation. In this first-person story, he shares past experiences with violence, justice, and addiction. Being a father and writing poetry were crucial steps towards healing. His story is part of a series told by Indigenous people from Yellowknife, Can…
 
One of the greats of Broadway musicals, Stephen Sondheim, died Friday at his home at the age of 91. He was a six-time Tony Award winner renowned for his words and music, starting in the 1950s. Ben Brantley, former co-chief theater critic of The New York Times and Eric Schaffer, the co-founder and former artistic director of Signature Theater in Vir…
 
Aligning with God's will brings miracles to your life. Take action on those inspiring thoughts that have come that you may be dragging your feet on... and it will be worth it! Invite the miracle through inspired action. Check in Next Tuesday, November 30th for the next Episode! New Episodes every Tuesday and Thursday 😄🙌💯 Find Greg on Instagram : ht…
 
Today, we share an episode of The Science of Happiness, produced by our colleagues at the Greater Good Science Center. Host and UC Berkeley psychology professor Dacher Keltner talks with Michael Pollan, Berkeley Journalism professor and author of many bestselling books, including his latest, This Is Your Mind on Plants. They discuss what it was lik…
 
An exhibition many have called "the art show of the year" are now on display at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. It includes a collection of masterworks by Titian, which have not been seen together in more than 400 years. Special correspondent Jared Bowen, of WGBH, takes a look as part of our arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS New…
 
For many Americans, the COVID-19 pandemic has felt like a rollercoaster. Infections have gone down, then back up. Mask mandates were put in place, then dropped and then required again. Poet Jasmine Gardosi was asked by the British charity National Literacy Trust to write a poem about the pandemic -- which she did -- riding an actual roller coaster.…
 
Legendary singers Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, two of music's greats, have teamed up again for a new album with plans to tour internationally -- for the first time in 12 years. Jeffrey Brown went to Nashville to talk about the magic behind the music-making as part of our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www…
 
A new PBS Frontline documentary that examines police use of lethal force in Utah airs Tuesday. A collaboration between Frontline and The Salt Lake Tribune, the "Shots Fired" project came about following the police shootings of Bernardo Palacios Carbajal and George Floyd. Producer/Director Abby Ellis joins to discuss the investigation and how the te…
 
Sam West, a psychologist who studies corporate behavior, believes fear of failure is a big obstacle to innovation. He launched an exhibit in Sweden in 2017 showcasing botched products and ideas to celebrate the role failure plays in innovation and progress. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Megan Thompson recently visited The Museum of Failure…
 
Hannah (a Dutch lass partial to horror movies and James from Team Rocket) returns to discuss body pillows, boy love, waifu roleplaying apps, and guys who live with cats. Dick headlines a four-part doomer noir microdrama. Follow @doublepontification on Instagram! FURTHER VIEWING Vsauce - Is Anything Real? MOVIES & ANIME MENTIONED Her, Lucy, Ouran Hi…
 
A new exhibit in Southern California showcases an integral part of Korean-American history that was only uncovered a few years ago. Stephanie Sy shows us the decades-long path to discovering the nation's first "Koreatown." This report is part of our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/f…
 
Your cat deserves a gift -- for his birthday, for the holidays or for just because. In this special format, Oh Behave show host Arden Moore and Nine Lives with Dr. Kat show host Dr. Kathryn Primm treat their respective audiences to meowvalous gift ideas for cats of all ages and personalities. Discover a couple no-no toys to never give a cat and why…
 
For a year, Rich MacDonald cataloged every bird he saw in his home county of Hancock, Maine, which includes the famous Acadia National Park. His so-called 'big year' is cataloged in his book, "Little Big Year, Chasing Acadia's Birds." MacDonald is now embarking on a new project to see as many birds as he can, by foot or by bike, while describing ho…
 
After mentioning American Psycho’s scandalous protagonist three episodes in a row, Dick does a deep dive into why the Wall Street specialist in murders and executions is oddly relatable. A passionate case is made for why Christian Bale should have won the 2001 Academy Award for Best Actor. Leonardo DiCaprio, Keanu Reeves, and Timothée Chalamet's ja…
 
Ehren Tool is the ceramics studio manager in the Department of Art Practice at UC Berkeley and a veteran of the 1991 Gulf War. In his off-time, he makes brutal-looking clay cups to start conversations about war. Since 2001, he has made and given away more than 21,000 of them. Here he is — in his own words — talking about his cups. Listen to the epi…
 
Mexican artist Frida Kahlo has become almost as famous for how she looked as how she painted. As a new exhibition at Brandeis University's Rose Art Museum reveals, that look was entirely by her own design. Special correspondent Jared Bowen of GBH Boston shares the story behind her look for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is suppor…
 
Photographer Jeff Wall has helped change the perception of his art form. Jeffrey Brown goes to Glenstone Museum outside of Washington to look at the unusual process behind Wall's large-scale works. This segment is part of our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Over a week earlier this summer, artists descended on a Cleveland, Ohio neighborhood to paint murals on buildings. Part of an international mural festival that has taken place in cities around the world, Cleveland was the first city in the midwest to be part of the program. NewsHour Weekend special correspondent Karla Murthy reports. PBS NewsHour i…
 
A chaotic crush of fans rushing toward the stage at a Travis Scott show at Houston's Astroworld music festival is being blamed for a 'mass casualty event,' that killed at least eight people and injured dozens more. Houston Chronicle music reporter Joey Guerra was there -- he joins Hari Sreenivasan to explain what he saw and what videos are showing …
 
Most widely known as the curmudgeonly libertarian Ron Swanson on NBC's hit comedy 'Parks and Recreation,' Nick Offerman admits to several similarities with his character: a love of carpentry, whiskey, and the great outdoors. Now, Offerman is turning his attention to a new cause: environmental activism. His new book, 'Where The Deer and Antelope Pla…
 
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