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Markis, Hannah, Devonte, Abigail, Jeremiah, and Sierra Hart—six beautiful black children, ranging in age from 12 to 19—were all adopted by Sarah and Jennifer Hart, both white. On Jen’s Facebook page, it looked as if they were the perfect blended family, even earning the nickname “Hart Tribe” from friends. Then, on March 26, 2018, the family’s GMC Yukon was found belly-up on the rocks below California’s Highway 1. The news of the murder-suicide shocked their friends and made national headline ...
 
The same-old same-old white murderer, white killer, white kidnapper, white stalker, WHITE WHITE WHITE. NO MORE! The Desi Crime Podcast brings you Desi crimes. From India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and other brown communities, we’ll bring you cases that can only be described as Desi. Crimes that take place in the Indian subcontinent aren’t remotely similar to Western crimes— desi crimes are gory, complicated, corrupt and hardly documented. After thorough research on the most sinister cases, we’ll ...
 
Today we see more often then not that every form of discourse has to fit into a narrow band of left or right, black or white, right or wrong. On this podcast I will cover topics that don't fit a simple narrative. Including common topics of discussion such as current events or history, as well as fringe topics like conspiracy theories.
 
This podcast seeks to bring awareness and offer support to the friends, families, and loved ones of gun violence victims. We share true stories and interview those forever changed by these tragedies. This platform explores the interruption of life that occurs when a black son/daughter, brother/sister, mother/father is taken too soon as a result of gun violence. In our discussions, we analyze circumstances of police brutality AND black on black crime. How do we bring healing to our communitie ...
 
Crime. Conspiracy. Cognizance. Welcome to Mile Higher hosted by husband & wife duo Josh Thomas and Kendall Rae! Our show focuses on True Crime but we delve into many other topics including conspiracy theories, unexplained phenomena, metaphysics, futurism, ancient civilizations and news stories the mainstream media doesn't cover. Our guests include experts in these topics as well as like-minded individuals who share our passion for uncovering the truth and exploring the mysteries of our unive ...
 
Think art history is boring? Think again. It's weird, funny, mysterious, enthralling, and liberating. Join us as we cover the strangest stories in art. Is the Mona Lisa fake? Did Van Gogh actually kill himself? And why were the Impressionists so great? Subscribe to us here, and follow us at www.artcuriouspodcast.com for further information and fun extras. © 2021 Jennifer Dasal // Find us on Twitter and Instagram: @artcuriouspod
 
Neil Rosen and Bill McCuddy love to disagree about what they see in pop culture and they see hundreds of movies every year, so there's plenty for them to yell about. The New York based duo are seen nationally on Time Warner Cable's weekly series "Talking Pictures On Demand". They're joined each week Entertainment Correspondent for CBS Radio News Bill Bregoli. These guys hobnob at movie premieres, parties and industry panels. They'll recommend the movies you can watch right away at home as th ...
 
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This week, two Australian films and their directors, both deal with themes of race, colonisation and land in Sydney. The first, Friends and Strangers, is one of two Australian films selected for Rotterdam this year, a must-see debut feature from James Vaughan. The second is a restored classic from the 90s, Vacant Possession, written and directed by…
 
We said it couldn’t be done: a bipartisan bill getting through Congress. Now, however, it looks like the $1 trillion infrastructure bill will get the Republican votes it needs in the Senate to pass. But what miserable compromises did the Democrats make to get ten Republican votes? John Nichols explains. Also: the great comics artist Art Spiegelman,…
 
"Concerns rising inside White House over surge in violent crime," CNN tells us. "America's Crime Surge: Why Violence Is Rising, And Solutions To Fix It," proclaims NPR. "Officials worry the rise in violent crime portends a bloody summer," reports The Washington Post. Over and over this summer we have heard – and will no doubt continue to hear – the…
 
Straight out of drama school, Paula Arundell became a mainstay for directors like John Bell, Jim Sharman and Benedict Andrews. Now she treads the boards as one of the most famous characters in literature: Hermione Granger in Harry Potter. She joins Kate Champion.Also, director Rachael Maza and the cast of Ilbijerri Theatre Company's production of H…
 
Michael Benanti and Brian Witham were responsible for several elaborate and violent kidnapping sprees and bank heists across the US. They would force their victims to rob banks and do their dirty work for them. It took quite some time before authorities caught on. Thank you sponsors! Third Love https://bit.ly/3qnzLnj | Raycon https://bit.ly/3inI9ku…
 
It's August! The time of the year when Hollywood releases some of it's sketchiest movies and TV shows. This year is no exception which is why we're really performing a public service with this week's podcast - helping you save your entertainment dollars as well as cluing you in on some of the rare gems that come out this time of year. We start with…
 
'Your self worth as an Indian child is totally connected with how well you do in these all encompassing exams'. Rahul Raina's satire about fame, fraud and the All India exam system in How to Kidnap the Rich.Also Mark Brandi on his love of dogs, family and why he wears earmuffs to write and Katherine Brabon's exploration of the Japanese phenomenon o…
 
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…
 
Joe Biden needs to do a lot more to stop the global spread of the covid virus and its Delta variant—and to prepare the world for the next pandemics. Gregg Gonsalves explains three key actions that are necessary right now. Also: the story of a music festival in a park in Harlem in 1969: the documentary about it, “Summer of Soul,” is a powerful and m…
 
In this recording of a Live Interview for Patrons from 7/22, we discuss the scheduled shock doctrine of global sporting events like FIFA and the Olympics and how they use the PR spectacle of sports––and the emotional blackmail of "supporting athletes"–– to enhance security states, displaced the poor, loosen environmental and labor restrictions, and…
 
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…
 
Eduardo Garcia Valseca, a businessman from Mexico, was kidnapped in 2007 after dropping his kids off at school. What he and his family endured is absolutely shocking. Thank you sponsors! Canva https://bit.ly/3iM8hpF | Halo Collar https://bit.ly/3kUlBuN | Function Of Beauty https://bit.ly/2Rau9B2 | Modern Fertility https://bit.ly/3qvRGtV | Headspace…
 
Summer is the season of plenty - from your backyard barbecues with Uncle Tony's homemade sausages to Aunt Mary's potato salad made with her famous mystery mayonnaise. And the showbiz world has varied offerings as well. Luckily we've checked them out so you don't get the entertainment version of food poisoning. First Bill McCuddy tells us about the …
 
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 …
 
It's controversial, it's become political, everyone's talking about it, but few people actually know what it really is. We will explain it with the facts and without the noise. Joining us are Professor Leroy Pernell from Florida A&M College of Law and Hank Van Putten and Rudy Darden from the Peace and Justice Institute at Valencia College.…
 
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…
 
Bernie Sanders recently spoke with our John Nichols about the importance of doing big things in politics--and now Senate Democrats have agreed on a $3.5 trillion budget proposal that would dramatically expand Medicare, provide for paid family leave, subsidize child care, make community college free, and fund some meaningful climate crisis initiativ…
 
"America's 50 best cities to live in," reveals USA Today. "These rising U.S. cities could become the top places to live and work from home," reports CNBC. "The best U.S. cities to raise a family," lists MarketWatch. Over and over again in American media we hear stories centered around ranking, judging and analyzing the rather vague concept of a cit…
 
Ep. #15 - She Doesn't Want a Relationship Either! - Juliana aka "Juelz" explains how men also get clingy and don't listen when women just want to be single (aka "friends"). #Friendzoned Go to our website (www.bwdshow.com) and send us your questions on our contact form. You can also send us your info and we'll call you to discuss live on-air. #Singl…
 
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…
 
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Welcome to a “Curious Callback” of A Little Curious, a series of special episodes that will provide you will short and sweet bonus content about the unexpected, the slightly odd, and the strangely wonderful in art history. A Little Curious will publish in our season's "off" weeks. Enjoy! This week’s topic: the disastrous inspiration behind Munch's …
 
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…
 
World politics after the Biden-Putin Summit: Katrina vanden Heuvel argues that we need to rethink what real security means, and that it can't mean a new cold war, but joint action with Russia and China on climate change, pandemics, and the threat of nuclear war. Also: Amy Wilentz comments on Haiti after the assassination of its unloved president—an…
 
How hot is it? It's so hot that we've braved the melting sidewalks and watched a plethora of movie and TV offerings just so you can stay cool while you figure out what to watch this summer. First off, of course, we've got the big summer smash "Black Widow" starring Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh. Bill Bregoli was brave enough to go to his loc…
 
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…
 
In Fringe Center Podcast #50 we bring back Micah Dank. He uses Astrotheology to break down the Enuma Elish, the Babylonian creation story. We also talk about the influence that ancient cultures have across the globe. https://www.patreon.com/thefringecenter https://www.amazon.com/Micah-T.-Dank/e/B08CLT5JQC%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share…
 
Thank you sponsors! Simpli Safe https://bit.ly/3eT6qgs | Hello Fresh https://bit.ly/3k87fXi | Cat Person https://bit.ly/3sRpFwr | ThirdLove https://bit.ly/3qnzLnj | Upstart https://bit.ly/35qcF8j Time Stamps: 0:00 - Aye what’s up everybody 5:34 - Discussing the Pentagon UFO report 15:32 - Reviewing UFO clips 47:48 - Luis Elizondo on UFOs 58:13 - Dr…
 
In our ninth season, in a topic suggested by you, our listeners, we’re uncovering the backstory behind some of the world’s most famed “cursed” objects in art, architecture, and archaeology. Today, we’re ending our season with one of the most (purportedly) cursed archaeological finds: the Tomb of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW …
 
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.…
 
Ep. #14 - Sex Priority vs. Jenny Herpes - Mr. Potter Esquire explains why sex isn't at the top of his priority list anymore... and why he fears one-night-stands! #GenitalHerpes Join us live on-air! Go to our website (www.bwdshow.com) and send us your questions on our contact form. You can also send us your info and we'll call you to discuss live on…
 
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…
 
Introducing the Surviving Gun Violence - The Impact, The Agony, The Aftermath Podcast. Host JT Taylor and Producer/Co-host Linda White explore solutions for community healing in this podcast. We've begun this platform as the pre-cursor to our non-profit launch. Stay tuned for me. We do not own the rights to music used on this podcast…
 
"Utopian" has been a term of abuse in politics for a long time now, synonymous with “irrational” and “impossible.” Instead, we are told, we should focus on realistic plans to improve things. But The Nation is publishing a special issue in defense of utopia. Jeet Heer explains how the dreams of a good society keep hope alive and expose the inadequac…
 
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