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Ever felt like you should be better at feminism?Join comedian Deborah Frances-White and her guests for this comedy podcast, recorded in front of a live audience. Each week they discuss topics "all 21 first century feminists agree on" while confessing their insecurities, hypocrisies and fears that underlie their lofty principles. Deborah Frances-White is the 2016 Writers' Guild Award Winner for Best Radio Comedy for her hit BBC Radio 4 series Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice. She is an Ed ...
 
Join us for a series of lectures to celebrate the legacy of David Hume. 2011 marks the tercentenary of the birth of philosopher David Hume, one of our most distinguished alumni. Throughout the year, distinguished speakers will explore the impact of Hume across a wide range of disciplines. David Hume was born in Edinburgh in 1711, attended the University of Edinburgh from 1723, and died in Edinburgh in 1776, having meanwhile achieved worldwide fame as an historian and philosopher. Hume and hi ...
 
Write. Publish. Market. At First Draught we love a good brew (or bourbon) almost as much as we love our writing. So we decided to combine the two! Each month you'll find a new episode about the craft of writing a good book, or a discussion on handling the publishing industry. More info at: FirstDraughtWriting.com Support our show at: https://www.patreon.com/firstdraught Hosts: Alexis Anne (author of The Storm Inside and Tease series) Mary Chris Escobar (author of Neverending Beginnings) Juli ...
 
TW:TALKS is the podcast from ThisWeek London and ThreeWeeks Edinburgh where we talk to some of our favourite writers, directors, comedians and performers.We publish batches of TW:TALKS podcasts at various points during the year, each series linked to an upcoming arts or comedy festival.The podcast is hosted by TW co-Editor Chris Cooke
 
"Been All Around This World" explores the breadth and depth of folklorist Alan Lomax's seven decades of field recordings. From the earliest trips he made through the American South with his father, John A. Lomax, beginning in 1933, to his last documentary work in the early 1990s, the program will present seminal artists and performances alongside obscure, unidentified, and previously unheard singers and players, from around America and the world, drawn from the Lomax Collection at the Americ ...
 
2012 was the 200th anniversary of Dickens' birth. This is the fifth and last volume; the first volume of short works - fiction, essays, poetry and speeches, previously unrecorded for LibriVox, was catalogued by Dickens' birthday on February 7th 2012, and further volumes followed throughout the anniversary year. (Summary by Ruth Golding)
 
Boss Wummin' is a podcast about Women, Comedy and Business. It's hosted by Karen and Katy Koren, the mother daughter powerhouse team behind the Edinburgh Fringe venue, Gilded Balloon. Edited by Finn Koren, Produced by Katy and Karen Koren Listen as Katy asks her mum important business advice to help her take the reins in running a company in the world of comedy.
 
A father and two daughters review films together, and that's when the arguing starts. Usually its me (Dad) trying to get the girls to watch (what I consider) classic films from the 70's, 80's and 90's, but we love all movies, so we cover loads of stuff, new and old. Like you, we want to be entertained, and my hope is that, not only do we entertain you, but the films I pick entertain the girls as well....or I never hear the end of it. Join us as I try to educate them, and they try to stop me ...
 
Award winning entrepreneur, Gavin Bell, hosts the Gift of the Gav podcast. There's no real rules to this podcast. No structure. If I want to speak about something, I'll speak about it. If I want to have a guest, I'll get a guest on. One thing is for sure, we'll be talking about entrepreneurship, business and general life. Gavin is a 22 year old sharing his journey through the world of entrepreneurship. Everything from the crippling lows and the euphoric highs. Gavin is a vlogger, speaker and ...
 
An entertaining and informative Scotch whisky show from Ian Macleod Distillers featuring Gordon Dundas, International Brand Ambassador and Gordon Dallas, Experiential Ambassador. Whisky Unscripted is an approachable podcast for all, not just the whisky aficionados. Never taking itself too seriously, but offering an insider’s guide to the whisky industry via their ownership of the Glengoyne, Tamdhu and Rosebank distilleries with their accompanying brands of Smokehead, Sheep Dip, and Pigs Nose ...
 
An unashamedly Jewish comedy chat show where all are welcome! Jew Talkin' To Me? is hosted by award winning comedians, Rachel Creeger and Philip Simon, and produced by Russell Balkind. Each show features two guests from the entertainment industry sharing their views on a variety of topics connected to modern Jewish life in a secular world, as well as their memories of growing up Jewish. Both Philip and Rachel are well known as Jewish comedians on both the mainstream and community circuit and ...
 
Lose yourself in a story of obsession, 40 years of night life and 4,000 years of human connection. In The Portal Martin Green, Wils Wilson, and David Greig have woven together a tale of love, music, drugs and deceit. Two obsessive recordists, and lovers torn apart by circumstance; Etteridge and Angela left us the most incredible collection of 20th century documentation ever made. From 1947 to 1988 they never met. They recorded any and every aspect of London nightlife, from war-time dance-hal ...
 
Grace Gedeon is an International Life Coach. She has a unique capacity to intuitively and clinically diagnose the psychological factors that stand in the way of your success and fulfillment and teaches effective techniques to help you transform any area of your life – health, relationships, career and finances – in a deep and long lasting way. Grace assists you to resolve current life issues through her ability to tune into the repressed psychological and emotional traumas from your past. On ...
 
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August 30, 2021, is the 70-year anniversary of the 1951 Edinburgh People’s Festival Ceilidh, the seminal event that heralded and generated the Scottish Folk Revival of the 1960s. Alan Lomax was on hand to record it in the Oddfellows Hall, and thus able to preserve a document of a legendary concert that alerted the astonished urban audience to the c…
 
Visible Skin: Rediscovering the Renaissance through Black Portraiture is a new outdoor exhibition across King’s College London’s Strand Campus, showcasing artworks by opera singer Peter Brathwaite. He talks to Tom Sutcliffe about creating the portraits and images, as well as his role in the new opera The Time of Our Singing. Indecent, a play which …
 
Charles Owen's latest recording for Avie is of the First Book, Switzerland from Franz Liszt's Années de pèlerinage ('Years of wandering). Charles talks to James Jolly about how he took the opportunity to return to the work during the long, quiet months of lockdown, how he performed the work in his first concerts with an audience and how he became d…
 
***SPOILERS*** This conversation contains extensive spoilers for all of season 1 and for season 2 episode 4, as well as mild spoilers for season 2 episode 7. This is a conversation between creator Karin Heimdahl (Jess) and voice actors Kirsty Woolven (Olivia), Nathan Blades (Gray S2 E4), Jackie Hedeman (Heather S2 E7) and Reguline Pear (Puck S2 E7)…
 
If you go down to the Oastler Centre carpark in Bradford over the next few days, you’re sure of a big surprise because this derelict multi-storey is the venue for a new theatrical production - Peaceophobia - exploring the passions and the lives of three young Pakistani-heritage Muslim men from Bradford as they attend a car meet. Evie Manning is co-…
 
Award-winning author Anuradha Roy crafts pots as well as prose. She joins us live from India to discuss the fusion of ceramics and storytelling, pottery and politics in her new novel, The Earthspinner, a coming of age story set between two continents.At a recent auction some 19th century pottery jugs, expected to fetch £100 or so, sold for £3,000 -…
 
It's episode three of this season's Ulster Rugby Round Up and it's time for the season preview proper.Of course, it is set against a markedly more optimistic backdrop after Ulster's 33-3 win over Saracens in London and, as well as looking back at that game, we consider what Ulster can expect to achieve in the United Rugby Championship's inaugural c…
 
The role of Norman, the longsuffering, waspish eponymous dresser in Ronald Harwood's 1980 play, might have been written for Julian Clary. It's about a touring theatre company bringing Shakespeare to the provinces during the Blitz. As all the young actors are away fighting it's a motley crew, led by Sir, a monstrous yet pathetic veteran actor. Sir's…
 
Liane Moriarty is the best-selling author of nine novels including, Big Little Lies, and Nine Perfect Strangers, both of which have been adapted for television. Her latest novel, Apples Never Fall, is a mystery wrapped up in a domestic drama which focuses on an Australian family shaped by their passion for tennis.Described as a pianist like no othe…
 
The Guilty Feminist presented by Deborah Frances-White and Shaparak Khorsandi Episode 271: Getting Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable with special guests Nova Reid and Robin DiAngelo and music from Bumi Thomas Recorded 31 August via Zoom. Released 13 September 2021. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. More about …
 
Front Row announces the shortlist for the £15,000, 16th BBC National Short Story Award with Cambridge University. Judge Fiona Mozley, author of Booker-shortlisted novel Elmet, joins us live to discuss the storiesAustralian tenor Stuart Skelton is a fan of a party. And what bigger party in classical music than the Last Night of the Proms?! Stuart wi…
 
To celebrate his 60th birthday – and his first album for Decca in a decade – Jean-Yves Thibaudet has programmed a beautiful solo recital full of works with strong personal connections for him. Called ‘Carte blanche’, it ranges from Couperin to a Charles Trenet transcription, and is out today. Editor Martin Cullingford caught up with the pianist for…
 
***SPOILERS*** This conversation contains extensive spoilers for season 1, as well as mild spoilers for season 2 episode 7. This is a conversation between creator Karin Heimdahl (Jess) and voice actor Anna Jartin (Tammi) recorded in May 2021. We talk about Anna's character Tammi, and answer listener questions about for example 00s tech, production …
 
Elijah Wood tells Tom Sutcliffe about his new film No Man of God. Elijah Wood plays criminal profiler Bill Hagmaier in a story based on interview transcripts. Hagmaier is sent by the FBI to visit the serial killer Ted Bundy on death row. A fascinating, troubling relationship develops which becomes all the more intense when the date of Bundy's execu…
 
Listen to Tim Coughlin and Tom Kurien discuss the paper 'Mechanisms of pain in knee osteoarthritis that influence outcomes after total knee arthroplasty surgery' followed by a summary of the August Round-ups. Paper discussed: Mechanisms of pain in knee osteoarthritis that influence outcomes after total knee arthroplasty surgery…
 
Live from the Pro Wrestling Tee's Beer Garden just hours before AEW's ALL OUT in Chicago. Guests include: Marko Stunt Max Caster & Anthony Bowens 2.0's Jeff Parker & Matt Lee Daniel Garcia Peter Avalon, Ryan Nemeth, JD Drake & Cezar Bononi Marty DeRosa & Sarah Joy Shockey Watch Video and Listen Ad Free on Patreon: www.Patreon.com/COLTCABANA Sponsor…
 
The recent Netflix comedy drama, The Chair, centres on an English professor, played by Sandra Oh who has just been appointed the first female chair of the department and has big dreams about modernising it. Hanna Flint joins us to reviewWe hear live from the winner of the Women’s Prize for Fiction 2021, announced this evening: Susanna Clarke for he…
 
The Tomorrow War does a descent job as a sci-fi film - it's not bad, but its not great. In short though, it's not $200million well spent. Would it have made back its budget in the cinema? We'll never know, but what could be done better? Are there story issues that could be fixed?, SFX looking a bit ropey?, acting issues? In this episode Daddy casts…
 
Iranian-born artist, photographer and filmmaker Shirin Neshat talk to us about her latest work - a feature film entitled Land of Dreams which premiered at The Venice Film Festival last week -and her exhibition at Photo London of still images connected to New Mexico.The last of our Women’s Prize for Fiction-shortlisted authors, Yaa Gyasi, talks to F…
 
It's already episode two of the Ulster Rugby Round Up for the 21/22 season.After the friendly defeat to Saracens at Kingspan Stadium, we've got lots of your listener questions to ponder, with John Cooney's contract central to discussions as well as next crop of young players ready to make a significant step up.Joining Gareth Hanna to discuss that a…
 
Guitarist Peter Green last performed with Fleetwood Mac, the band he help found, in 1970. Fellow founding-member Mick Fleetwood has honoured Green's legacy in an all-star concert that will be shown in cinemas, celebrating the band's early music. Mick Fleetwood talks to Samira about the early days of Fleetwood Mac, working with Peter, and dreams of …
 
Ten rings, two siblings and a Dad. Sound familiar? That's because it's us reviewing Shang Chi, the new Martial Arts Super Hero Action Comedy (MASHAC?) from Marvel, and it's a biggie. We talk cinema, new characters, how to spell Awkwafina, how Nine Inch Nails are credited for Old Town Road, and the many nods to the king of kung-fu action comedy (KFA…
 
The Guilty Feminist presented by Deborah Frances-White and Kemah Bob Episode 270: Shedinburgh with special guests from the audience Recorded 24 July at the Soho Theatre in London. Released 6 September 2021. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. More about Deborah Frances-White http://deborahfrances-white.com https://…
 
Irish author Sally Rooney’s third novel 'Beautiful World, Where Are You' has just been released amid a fanfare of publicity and speculation. It follows the runaway success of the TV adaptation of her Booker longlisted second novel, Normal People, for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award. Essayist and critic Sinéad Gleeson and writer Zing Tsjen…
 
Getting the 2 Gordon's to Glengoyne Distillery to record this podcast wasn't the problem, getting them out was! Warehouse Team Leader, Blair shows them the Dunnage Warehouses and a quick trip to the shop sees then look at and discuss the 50yr old! Features include Gordon Dundas' Listillery, Whisky News, The Play-Offs and The Peat Challenge! It's a …
 
Gramophone's Artist of the Year for 2019, Víkingur Ólafsson, has recorded three critically acclaimed albums for DG, and now he adds a fourth entitled 'Mozart & Contemporaries' which gathers music by CPE Bach, Galuppi, Cimarosa and Haydn around the great Wolfgang Amadeus. James Jolly caught up by video call with the pianist at his home in Iceland ju…
 
Ulster's Rugby 22/22 season is upon us with the first pre-season friendly taking place tomorrow against Saracens at Kingspan Stadium.To mark the occasion, Jonathan Bradley and Michael Sadlier join Gareth Hanna for the first podcast of the new campaign. They discuss the squad's injury situation, why there was just one player signed during the close-…
 
With the publication of our Transformers episode, we completed our Alphabet Movie Challenge which we started back in January this year(see links below). In this episode we talk about the films we chose, some of the other films we covered in that time, and our next movie challenge. We also talk Americans shaking their fannies, the King Shark Num Num…
 
Shh! Someone's a little under the weather...but not enough to hold up the latest episode. Charles and Graham report back on their trip to Edinburgh (the trip done many times over the years and the inspiration for the name of this podcast) and their experience at this year's hybrid Film Festival. As Charles watched his beloved Leeds at Elland Road f…
 
Ian Rankin, author of the Inspector Rebus crime novels, has recently completed a book left unfinished by the father of the ‘tartan noir’ genre William McIlvanney who died in 2015. Ian explains how he pieced together the fragments and notes left by McIlvanney and wrote his own sections of The Dark Remains, a prequel to McIlvanney’s Laidlaw series. H…
 
Ticket available now for The Guilty Feminist at The London Podcast Festival - Saturday 4 September at 7:00pm LIVE SHOW: https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on/comedy/the-guilty-feminist-0409/ WATCH FROM HOME: https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on/comedy/online-the-guilty-feminist-0409/ https://guiltyfeminist.com/live-shows/ See acast.com/privacy for…
 
The murder of Stephen Lawrence in 1993 and the subsequent police investigations threw up a lot of questions about institutional racism and corruption within the force. Another enquiry which began in 2006 was led by DCI Clive Driscoll, who decided to go right back to basics and investigate the crime anew. In a new three-part drama on ITV, Steve Coog…
 
Loads of stuff get's blown up, there's swoopy camera shots, massive robots, bad jokes, gratuitous 'Hot Girl' shots and a terrible plot - it can only be a Michael Bay film, so let the #Bayhem commence. Daddy talk about his love for Gen1 Transformers and recounts Isla's birth. Nieve talks about how much she hates Transformers, and how Teenage Mutant …
 
Liz Carr's role in Silent Witness was a groundbreaking step in the depiction of disability in primetime TV drama. The actor, comedian and broadcaster, who has used a wheelchair since childhood, looks back at her early years, her law degree, and how that led her to life of activism for disability rights.Liz spent six years playing Clarissa Mullery i…
 
The Guilty Feminist Presented by Deborah Frances-White and Jessica Fostekew Episode 269: Being Seen and Heard with special guests Bonnie Thomas and Carrie Jade Wiliams with music from Grace Petrie Recorded 17 August 2021 via Zoom. Released 30 August 2021. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. More about Deborah Franc…
 
Paula Hawkins’s novel The Girl on the Train sold 23 million copies and was made into a film starring Emily Blunt. Now she has written A Slow Fire Burning, a who-and-why-dunnit about damaged people trying to move on with their lives, set along the Regent’s Canal in London. She talks to Front Row about starting with character, creating suspense, and …
 
Lucas Debargue, who shot to fame during the 2015 International Tchaikovsky Competition where he took fourth prize, but totally stole the audience’s hearts, and shortly after was signed by Sony Classical. 'Żal' is Debargue's sixth album for the label and, joined by the violinist Gidon Kremer and his Kremerata Baltica, he explores the music of the Po…
 
Claire performs a very personal stand-up set. Written & produced by Karin Heimdahl (she/her) https://twitter.com/karinheim and directed by Sarah Golding (she/her) https://quirkyvoices.weebly.com/ Cast: CLAIRE - Maddy Searle (she/her) https://snazzytapir.wordpress.com/ NIC - Dallas Wheatley (they/he) https://twitter.com/dallas_hawthorn RAY - David A…
 
Jason deCaires Taylor has been working in underwater art for 15 years. Today, he joins us to discuss his new museum Musan, built in the Mediterranean sea off the coast of Cyprus.The Answer Me This podcast began in 2007. Presenters Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann have been answering questions from listeners about anything and everything over the subseq…
 
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