Fresh Air


Best Of: The Sensory World Of Animals / Mothering As Social Change

We explore the hidden world around us — the sights, smells, tastes, sounds, and vibrations that are imperceptible to humans, but are perceived by various animals and insects. We talk with science writer Ed Yong about his new book An Immense World.Justin Chang reviews two films from the Sundance Film festival — now streaming — about relationships between a younger man and an older woman, Cha Cha Real Smooth and Good Luck to You, Leo Grande.Also, we hear from Angela Garbes, author of the new book Essential Labor. She wrote it after having to give up work during the pandemic lockdown, when she no longer had daycare. She says, raising children shouldn't be as lonely, bankrupting and exhausting as it is.

The Moth

The Moth

25 Years of Stories: Truth

This week, we hear a discussion about truth in storytelling. This episode is hosted by Kate Tellers.

Host: Kate Tellers

Storyteller: Dorothy Storck

Discussion: Kate Tellers, Sarah Austin Jenness, Jenifer Hixson

99% Invisible

Roman Mars

496- The Rights of Rice and Future of Nature

The Ojibwe name for wild rice is Manoomin, which translates to “the good berry.” The scientific name is Zizania palustris. It’s the only grain indigenous to North America, and while it might be called rice, it’s actually not closely related to brown or white rice at all. It has long played an important role in Ojibwe cultures, but last year, Manoomin took on a new role: plaintiff in a court case. Last August, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources was sued by wild rice. The case of Manoomin v Minnesota Department of Natural Resources alleges that the Minnesota DNR infringed on the wild rice’s right to live and thrive. But can wild rice sue a state agency? The short answer is: yes. This is the story about what might happen if rice wins.The Rights of Rice and Future of NatureSupport for this episode was provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the

Snap Judgment

Snap Judgment and PRX

The Divine Feminine

Yonis, vaginas, and sex were ALL forbidden language for Ashley and her conservative church-going Liberian mom. But when adult life got too big and too real those family secrets would be the one thing bringing them together.

This story uses strong language, discusses sex and genitalia, and briefly mentions molestation. Sensitive listeners, please be advised.

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Produced by Regina Bediako, original score by Sandra Lawson-Ndu, artwork by Teo Ducot

Season 13 - Episode 30

Myths and Legends

Jason Weiser, Carissa Weiser

275-Tibetan Folklore: Free Bird

A prince, chased by seven evil wizard roommates, seeks help from a hermit. This leads him on a journey of discovery that entails ghosts, mythological creature kidnapping, and many, many blisters.

The creature is the Lioumere, and you'll see that clowns aren't just for children's birthday parties! They're also for doing dental work on dangerous ogresses.


The strange, sad life of Bernarr Macfadden:



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The Magnus Archives

Rusty Quill


Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley

The Milk of Life

No matter what your diet’s like today, we all likely started life eating the same thing: breast milk, formula milk, or a bit of both. But both of these products aren’t always easy to come by. Breastfeeding can be difficult or impossible for some parents, and formula milk isn’t always safe, affordable, or even available — as we’re seeing in the US, where formula milk is currently 70 percent out-of-stock. This episode, we tell the story of how we got here, and we explore what we should we do to make feeding babies easier in the future. Along the way, we find out what makes human milk—or "white blood," as it perhaps should be known—so unique, as well as why Parisian attitudes to feeding infants in the 1800s made it known as a city with no children. We've also got the story of when formula was first invented, the dirty tricks used to market it, and the competing pressures and changing advice that have swung the pendulum from "breast is best"

Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio

Milk Street Radio

The Museum of Food Failures: From Crystal Pepsi and Life Savers Holes to Gerber Adult Singles

Dr. Samuel West is back to teach us about history’s greatest food failures, from Colgate’s frozen meals to the time Gerber made food for grown-ups. Plus, Massimo Montanari helps us uncover the true history of spaghetti; J. Kenji López-Alt tells us how to make the most perfect scrambled eggs; and we bake Chocolate Olive Oil Cake.Get this week's recipe, Chocolate Olive Oil Cake. A caller this week asked about corn tortillas. Chris’s favorite flour tortillas are from Caramelo. Listen to Milk Street Radio on: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify See for privacy and opt-out information.

Snap Judgment Presents: Spooked

Snap Judgment

Announcement: Spooked Continues Every Other Friday

It’s true; there are more all-new Spooked stories ahead, stories that haven’t been heard before. Stick around listeners. Follow this feed. Season 6 just got frighteningly long.

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The Book Review

The New York Times

Fiction About Lives in Ukraine

While a steady stream of disturbing news continues to come from Ukraine, new works of fiction highlight the ways in which lives there have been transformed by conflict. On this week’s podcast, the critic Jennifer Wilson talks about two books, including the story collection “Lucky Breaks,” by Yevgenia Belorusets, translated by Eugene Ostashevsky.“Belorusets has been compared to Gogol in these stories,” Wilson says. “There’s a certain kind of supernatural quality to them. I think anyone looking to these books for a play-by-play of the conflict is going to be disappointed for that reason, but I think delighted in other ways.”Ben McGrath visits the podcast to talk about his new book, “Riverman: An American Odyssey,” which tells the story of Dick Conant, a troubled and charismatic man who disappeared while on a canoe trip from New York to Florida. Conant was in his 60s when McGrath met him, and had spent many years questing on various waterways.“Wha



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The Splendid Table

American Public Media

733: Food Beyond Borders With Yasmin Khan and Reem Kassis

We delve into Eastern Mediterranean border cuisine with Yasmin Khan and talk to Reem Kassis about her work with modern Arab food.

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

Mythical & Ramble

What Does Your Favorite Movie Theater Snack Say About You?

There are many mid-movie munchies you can choose from, but does your movie theater snack selection say something about you?

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Lipstick on the Rim

Dear Media, Molly Sims

Drain That Sh*t Out - The 411 On Lymphatic Drainage With Courtney Yeager From The Tox

Heard about lymphatic drainage but not sure what it is or does? Today we have the queen of the lymphatic system, Courtney Yeager, joining us to give us a lesson in lymphatic health. Courtney is the founder of The Tox - a company with a unique blend of bodywork that works directly with your lymphatic and digestive systems to detoxify the body and mind. She shares the significant health benefits of draining the lymph, how your lymphatic system is a massive part of your immune system, and how lymphatic drainage can help your body reach its highest potential. Courtney shares how she has made it her mission to bring lymphatic health awareness to the masses and major at-home tips to detoxify your body.     Right now you can get $10 off your first month of Nuuly when you sign up with the code LIPSTICK10. Just go to and enter the code LIPSTICK10 and sign up to get $10 off your first month

Gals on the Go


NYC weekend guide: our ideal itinerary

Brooke and Danielle are sharing their MUST DO’S and sees in NYC!  The gals go through both of their IDEAL NYC itineraries and highlight some of their favorite spots in the city.  Listen in to hear where Brooke and Danielle recommend to go, their favorite restaurants, bars, shows, and so much more!  Also, tune in to hear about Danielle’s weekend in Virginia, and Brooke’s solo weekend in the city.   Be sure to tag @galsonthegopodcast in your listening selfies and stories!


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A Frame of Mind

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

The Labyrinth

This is our last episode, but it’s not the end of the story. We go back a few years to when the Nelson-Atkins started to make some moves to celebrate Juneteenth, and why the museum needed to take a breath and listen. We stumble across a performance of the Kansas City 2Step in the museum’s lobby, with Black joy filling the air. And we dream about what could be next.Featuring Sonié Ruffin, Alvin Brooks, Makeda Paterson, Kreshaun McKinney, and De Barker.Learn more about our guests, see the art in this episode, and read a transcript of this episode here.

What Should I Read Next?

Anne Bogel | Wondery

Ep 325: Reading makes me feel like myself

Readers, today’s guest is preparing for the arrival of her second child in a particularly bookish way—she's looking for some titles she can enjoy during upcoming midnight feedings and quiet moments with her newborn.Odeta Dyrmishi has loved to read since high school, and she's relied on books to carry her through other big changes in her life. Whether she's reading entertaining fiction or historical books that teach her something new, she knows that reading is something that always helps her feel like herself. In today's conversation, she's looking for some books that will engage her attention and bring a little more adventure into her reading life.Anne recommends the perfect titles to help Odeta expand her readerly horizons and prepare for this next chapter in her life.See the full list of the books discussed today, and let Odeta know what you think she should read next over at Pri

The Book Case

ABC News | Charlie Gibson, Kate Gibson

Are you stuck in a reading rut? The Book Case makes the case for books outside of your usual genre. Wander the aisles of your local bookstore with Kate and Charlie Gibson and meet fascinating characters who will open your appetite to new categories while deepening your hunger for books. This weekly series will journey cover to cover through the literary world, featuring interviews with best-selling authors, tastemakers, and independent bookstore owners. New episodes post every Thursday.

Octavia's Parables

adrienne maree brown & Toshi Reagon

A podcast diving into Octavia E Butler's Parable of the Sower/Talents, hosted by Toshi Reagon and adrienne maree brown. Produced by Kat Aaron.

The Jimmy Dore Show

Jimmy Dore

Washington Post Reporter Freaks Out Over Disinformation Board’s Closure

Washington Post reporter/mainstream media crybully Taylor Lorenz is upset at the announcement that the Department of Homeland Security would be shelving the so-called “Disinformation Governance Board” intended to police online speech.  Plus a segment on former Fox News political correspondent Carl Cameron calling for current Fox News hosts to be imprisoned for their "dangerous" speech. Also featuring Stef Zamorano, Kurt Metzger, Max Blumenthal and Mike MacRae! And phone calls from Chuck Schumer and Al Pacino!

Parry Hotter Audiobooks


Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 3

Narrated by Stephen Fry

The New Yorker: Fiction

WNYC Studios and The New Yorker

Rachel Kushner Reads Edna O’Brien

Rachel Kushner joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “Come Into the Drawing Room, Doris,” by Edna O’Brien, which was published in The New Yorker in 1962. Kushner is the author of three novels and most recently the essay collection “The Hard Crowd,” which was published last year.

Not So Secret Societies

Eyesontheright & Kara Mosher

Breaking down the symbolism of the elites, and exposing their not-so-secret societies. Join us as we take a deeper look into the hidden meanings behind everyday events, idols, cult-ure, his-story, and more!

The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio

Adam Graham

EP3740:Tales of the Texas Ranger: The Hatchet

Ranger Pearson investigates the murder of a popular English teacher.Original Air Date: February 11, 1951Become one of our monthly patreon supporters at patreon.greatdetectives.netSupport the show on a one-time basis at a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715Take the listener survey…http://survey.greatdetectives.netGive us a call 208-991-4783Become one of our friends on Facebook.Follow us on Instagram at us on Twitter @radiodetectives

Poetry Unbound

On Being Studios

Joshua Bennett — Owed to Your Father’s Gold Chain

Sometimes when your world changes, it seems like everything turns towards you, fresh, new, and curious.Joshua Bennett is the author of The Sobbing School—which was a National Poetry Series selection and a finalist for an NAACP Image Award. He is also the author of Being Property Once Myself, Owed, The Study of Human Life, and Spoken Word: A Cultural History, which is forthcoming from Knopf. He has received fellowships and awards from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Whiting Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Society of Fellows at Harvard University. He is a Professor of English at Dartmouth College.Find the transcript for this show at’re pleased to offer Joshua Bennett’s poem, and invite you to sign up here for the latest from Poetry Unbound.

Something Scary


The Price of Beauty

We’re constantly surrounded by false standards of beauty on social media that can trick us into believing that external beauty is more important than what’s on the inside. When we don’t know where the fake narrative ends and the truth begins, we leave the odor open for demons to enter our mind, body and soul.

First, a fountain of death
Followed by there are no shortcuts 
Then, killer competition
Finally in our featured story, there’s only one Queen Bee. 
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The One Recipe

American Public Media

6: Eric See’s New Mexican Red Chile Sauce

This week, Eric See and Jesse talk about the surprising demand for New Mexican food in New York City and why his James Beard nomination wasn't exactly what he expected it to be. Then, Eric opens up his family vault of secret recipes to share his One: a New Mexican Style Red Chile sauce that, he says, you can put on pretty much anything. Eric See is the chef and owner of Ursula, in Brooklyn, a 2022 James Beard Best New Restaurant Finalist. You can follow him on Instagram @erictheawkwardscone.
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Selected Shorts

Symphony Space

Small Odysseys

Host Meg Wolitzer presents two stories from our recently published anthology, Small Odysseys, which features 35 commissioned stories from some of the series’ favorite writers.  This week, parents try to help with their daughter’s unusual school science research project.  Michael Shannon reads Susan Perabo’s “The Project.”  And in Luis Alberto Urrea’s “King of Bread,” a father carves out his own little kingdom in the barrios of San Diego—handing out doughnuts, and hope.  The reader is Javier Muñoz.

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A Dana Perino Podcast: Everything Will Be Okay

Fox News Podcasts

Country Musician Walker Hayes & A Story of Grace

This week, Dana is joined by Grammy-nominated Country Music singer-songwriter, Walker Hayes to discuss his personal Cinderella story.
Walker shares how he wants to extend the kindness and compassion he received by being a mentor for up-and-coming country music artists and discusses how divine intervention and insurmountable faith led to his present success.
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Ursa Short Fiction

Ursa Story Company

Join authors Deesha Philyaw (The Secret Lives of Church Ladies) and Dawnie Walton (The Final Revival of Opal & Nev) for author interviews, book club discussions, and immersive short stories — all celebrating fiction from some of today's most thrilling writers, with an emphasis on spotlighting underrepresented voices. (Photo credits: Vanessa German / Rayon Richards) Support our show by becoming a premium member!

Life and Books and Everything

Kevin DeYoung

Daily Worship, Creation Days, and Feisty Presbyterians with Jonathan Gibson

In this freewheeling conversation, Kevin talks to Jonny Gibson about his life, his books, and some of everything. Gibson, an Old Testament professor at Westminster Theological Seminary, opens up about the loss of his daughter in 2016, why he believes in 24-hour creation days, and the need for old forms and old prayers to help us in our daily devotions.
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The State of the UK Church(es) [4:47-15:34]
Edited Series on the Five Points [15:34-20:28]
More Biography [20:29-22:32]
An Apologetic for Discourse Analysis [22:33-29:22]
Creation: Literal Days or Literary Framework? [29:23-40:57]
God's Goodness in the Loss of a Child [40:58-54:10]
Be Thou My Vision and Private Worship [54:11-1:01:03]
Thomas Witherow and Essential Non-essentials [1:01:04-1:12:17]

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters Media

Susan Cain

#1 New York Times best-selling author Susan Cain shares how a bittersweet, melancholic outlook makes emotional room for beauty, creativity, and love.

Twenty Thousand Hertz

Dallas Taylor

Relearning Boléro

In the same way that optical illusions can trick our eyes, auditory illusions can trick our ears. This raises a serious question: what is hearing, and how much of it is actually made up by our brains? In this story from the Unexplainable podcast, we explore how our brains create the sonic world around us, and what it takes to harness that mysterious power. Featuring psychologist Diana Deutsch, hearing researcher Matthew Winn and author Mike Chorost. 

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Old Time Radiocast

Andrew Tate

Here on the Old Time Radiocast, we take the most horrifying tales from the golden age of radio, clean them up, and remaster them for your listening pleasure, preserving the very best era in audio entertainment with stories of suspense, mystery and horror.  Here you'll find the most terrifying episodes of your favorite old time radio shows like Suspense, Dark Fantasy, The Whistler, and many more. Listen with the whole family, or dare to turn down the lights and listen alone. Every week we'll be presenting double feature of exciting and historic radio broadcasts on the Old Time Radiocast! 

The Sporkful

Dan Pashman and Stitcher

Don’t Call Stephen Satterfield Brilliant. Invest In Him Instead.

You might know Stephen Satterfield as the host of Netflix’s High on the Hog, but he’s also one of the only Black food magazine publishers in the country. Inspired by his work as a sommelier and in the South African wine industry, Stephen launched Whetstone Media to tell stories about how food and people are connected to the land they came from. But even as Whetstone grew and became profitable, none of the hundreds of investors he met with would write him a check. Then, this past year, that all changed. Now Stephen has to face a new challenge: learning to lead from a place of success.This is the third and final episode of our series "By Us For Everyone." The first two episodes, “The Table Freda Built” and “Nicole Taylor Busted Through The Door Of Food Media,” are available wherever you get podcasts.The Sporkful production team includes Dan Pashman, Emma Morgenstern, Andres O'Hara, Johanna Mayer, Tracey

The New Yorker: The Writer's Voice - New Fiction from The New Yorker

WNYC Studios and The New Yorker

New Yorker fiction writers read their stories.

CBS Radio Mystery Theater | Old Time Radio


Ep1348 | "Code Word Caprice"

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Scary Stories & Rain

Being Scared

Scary Stories For A Rainy Night - Ep. 55

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Dear Alice | Interior Design

LaunchPod Media

Answering Listener Questions | Next Time on Dear Alice

NPR's Book of the Day


In need of a good read? Or just want to keep up with the books everyone's talking about? NPR's Book of the Day gives you today's very best writing in a snackable, skimmable, pocket-sized podcast. Whether you're looking to engage with the big questions of our times – or temporarily escape from them – we've got an author who will speak to you, all genres, mood and writing styles included. Catch today's great books in 15 minutes or less.

Currently Reading

Meredith Monday Schwartz and Kaytee Cobb

Season 4, Episode 34: Forever Favorites + Books That Live in our Heads, Rent-Free

On this week’s episode of Currently Reading, Meredith and Kaytee are discussing: Bookish Moments: the change of the seasons and a young fan Current Reads: a few books that will stay with us forever, and some that… won’t Deep Dive: the books that live rent-free in our heads Book Presses: a fairy tale retelling and a beloved brick As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you’d like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don’t scroll down!  New: we are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). These are generated by AI, so they may not be perfectly accurate, but we want to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Bookshop affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to

Be My Guest with Ina Garten

Food Network

Join the party as Ina Garten invites friends old and new into her East Hampton home for good food and great conversation in this four-part series (with more seasons to come). With personal stories shared over cocktails and favorite recipes, each podcast episode features direct audio from Be My Guest with Ina Garten, her multi-platform series for Discovery Inc. Guests include actress Julianna Margulies, broadcaster Willie Geist, chef and restaurateur Erin French, and Hollywood director/producer duo Rob Marshall and John DeLuca – plus Ina’s husband Jeffrey makes a few visits. Want more Food Network? Stream some of your favorite Food Network shows on discovery+. Go to to start your 7-day free trial today. Terms Apply.

Creative Pep Talk

Andy J. Pizza, Co-Loop Podcast Network

361 - When to Go with The Flow and When to Make Things Happen with Zac Gorman

Listen and Subscribe on Apple, Spotify and more: available at NOTESZac Gorman’s "Thisby Thestoop" Book Series“Over the Garden Wall” (TV Mini Series)Dungeon: The Early Years Vol. 1-2 (drawn by Christophe Blain)__________SPONSORSSHILLINGTON Study graphic design with Shillington for 3 months full-time or 9 months part-time. With Shillington’s graphic design course, you’ll graduate with a solid understanding of creative problem solving, design theory and software. Create an incredible design portfolio and master how to discuss and sell your work—essential skills for any creative career. LEARN MORE:’s nothing better than getting better. Accomplishing growth is extremely satisfying, and online classes from Skillshare make it possible. Learn about illustra

Gloss Angeles

Kirbie Johnson and Sara Tan

Halsey, Founder and CCO of About-Face

Real ones know that today’s guest is major on so many levels. Not only have Kirbie and Sara been talking about their love of their brand ever since it’s inception in 2021, but this beauty founder and CCO is also a Grammy nominated world star. Ashley Frangipane, better known as Halsey, is on the pod today to chat about why they wanted to throw their hat in the celebrity beauty game, their true love for makeup artistry, what it’s like being a new mom, and why they chose Ulta Beauty as about-face’s first retail partner. You don’t want to miss this one — it’s SO good. Shop all of Halsey's favoite products here.GlossAngelesPod.com US: 424-341-0426Shop products from our episodesJoin our FB Group: @glossangelspod, @kirbiejohnson, @saratanTwitter: @glossangelespod, @kirbiejohnson, @saratanEmail: See f

The Allusionist

Helen Zaltzman

Adventures in language with Helen Zaltzman.

Borderline Salty

Pineapple Street Studios

Slip On Out Of Here, Ziti

On this episode, hosts Rick Martinez and Carla Lalli Music give expert tips on making ganache, share their favorite ways to enjoy tinned sardines, and offer advice on navigating the culinary industry.
Also, Carla shares her anti-ziti testimony in this week’s No, Thank You, Please. 
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Rick’s Chocolate-Dipped Concha Ice Cream Sandwiches

Carla on “beans, greens, and sardines”

Carla's How-I-Like-It Tuna Salad from That Sounds So Good

Rick’s guide to never messing up blanching vegetables ever again  

As always, we’d love to hear about your cooking conundrums at 833-433-FOOD (3663). 
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Marvel's Wolverine: The Long Night

Marvel & SiriusXM

Special Agents Sally Pierce and Tad Marshall investigate a series of mysterious deaths in the seaside town of Burns, Alaska, following the arrival of a strange newcomer - a loner by the name Logan. Thanks for listening on Apple Podcasts!

Mike Rhyner is Your Dark Companion

Vokal Media Inc.

The Old Grey Wolf lives here. Join Mike Rhyner as he talks to the news makers, the hit makers and every day people with a perspective all his own. And from time to time, he'll even share what's on his mind.

Music and the Brain

Library of Congress

Music as Medicine

Host Steve Mencher talks with Dr. Deforia Lane, Director of Music Therapy, Univeristy Hospitals of Cleveland.

Happy Hour with Gretchen Geraghty


Adjusting To Life As An Adult (What I Didn't Expect)

Covering a new topic this week, I chat about adjusting to adulthood! I reflect on my expectations of what it would be like growing up versus how it really is. Kind of funny and kind of serious I chat about how no one prepares you for some adjustments. Like everything being so expensive, pressures you face as you age, how family dynamics change, etc! I also catch up on life like I usually do, including my travels recently as well as upcoming plans.My YouTube channel (Gretchen Geraghty)My Instagram (@gretchengeraghty)Podcast Instagram (@happyhrpodcast)For business inquiries email contact@tablerockmanagement.comSee Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at


Jason Weiser, Carissa Weiser | Nextpod

Fictional update: three-part season finale in July!

Bon Appétit Food People

Bon Appétit

How does a Bon Appétit issue get made?

It’s the last episode of Season 1! And to wrap things up, we’re tackling a question that, frankly, we ask ourselves a lot: How do we take a bunch of ideas, inspirations, recipes, and themes and turn them into a print issue almost every single month? Is it magic? Sort of! This week, we’re pulling back the curtain on the development process for our June/July combined issue (yes, we plan that far ahead). From choosing a theme to pitching ideas to actually developing a recipe, this is how it all happens. With test kitchen director Chris Morocco and special guest Asha Loupy, whose new popcorn chicken recipe is exactly what your Sunday needs, whether there’s a game on or not. 

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Check out BA’s June/July issue (discussed in this episode), coming to newsstands in 4 months!

Asha Loupy’s Harissa Honey Popcorn Chicken recipe

The Slowdown

American Public Media

683: I Have a Rendezvous With Life

Today’s poem is I Have a Rendezvous With Life by ​​Countee Cullen.

Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books™️

A Zcast Production

Julie Clark, THE LIES I TELL: A Novel

"That's the fun part about writing fiction. You get to imagine yourself into these roles that you never ever would do on your own." New York Times bestseller Julie Clark joins Zibby to talk about her latest thriller, The Lies I Tell, which was inspired by Julie's belief that women make better con artists. The two discuss what they think about the people sitting next to them at red lights, their fears about making too much personal information accessible online, and whether or not Julie wanted to try any of her protagonist's tricks. Julie also shares her encounters with houselessness and how she strives to destigmatize it in school as a fifth-grade teacher.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: to Zibby's weekly newsletter here.Purchase Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books merch here. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Beyond the Chair's Podcast

Beyond the Chair

Beyond the chair podcast

Classical Stuff You Should Know

A.J. Hanenburg, Graeme Donaldson, and Thomas Magbee

A.J., Graeme, and Thomas discuss everything having to do with the classical world. Our aim is to help both educators and laypeople enjoy the classical world as much as they enjoy fine ales and good tales.


America's Test Kitchen

A disappearing food franchise. The story behind how a Vietnamese spring roll ended up on the menu of Senegalese restaurants. We take America's Test Kitchen's inquisitive and relentless approach to telling unexpected, funny, and thought-provoking narratives about food and drink. This is not a recipe show. And this is not a show about celebrity chefs or what they like to eat. Proof plunges into history, culture, science, and the psyche to uncover the hidden backstories that feed your food-obsessed brain. Hosted by Kevin Pang. A production of America's Test Kitchen.

Down These Mean Streets (Old Time Radio Detectives)

Mean Streets Podcasts

Episode 481 - Webb Head (Johnny Madero, Dragnet, & Pete Kelly’s Blues)

In honor of Jack Webb's birthday, we'll hear three of the radio and TV legend's old time radio mysteries. First, he stars in a waterfront mystery from Johnny Madero, Pier 23 (originally aired on ABC on June 19, 1947). Then, he's Sgt. Joe Friday on the trail of a killer in "The Big Shirt" from Dragnet (originally aired on NBC on November 30, 1952). Finally, we'll hear a Prohibition-era caper from Pete Kelly's Blues (originally aired on NBC on July 25, 1951).

The Adam Ragusea Podcast

Adam Ragusea

His name is Andong | Still on the fence about cast iron? (E3)

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The Markley, Van Camp & Robbins Show

The Markley, Van Camp & Robbins Show

The show focuses on the day’s hottest news stories in Portland, around the nation, and around the world. If your friends are talking about it at the office, then Markley, Van Camp, and Robbins will be discussing it. Get ready to be entertained and have some laughs!



Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Well-Read Black Girl with Glory Edim

Pushkin Industries

From Just Between Us with Allison & Gaby: Kayla Weissbuch on Camp Brave Trails

We're sharing a special preview of the Forever Dog podcast, Just Between Us with Allison and Gaby. Hosted by writers Allison Raskin & Gaby Dunn, Just Between Us is a variety show that is filled with heartfelt advice, ridiculous games, and some of the most honest talk you'll hear on a podcast! From discussions on mental health to relationships to interviews with some of the most fascinating people you can think of, Just Between Us really feels like you're in a deep conversation with friends. In this preview, Gaby & Allison chat with Kayla Weissbuch, co-founder and executive director of Camp Brave Trails, a summer camp designed to be a haven for LGBTQ youth, where they can build community, meet supportive adult mentors, and gain leadership skills.You can listen to Just Between Us wherever you get your podcasts:
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Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Marvel's Wolverine: The Lost Trail

Marvel & SiriusXM

Marvel's Wastelanders: Hawkeye Sneak Peek!

Forty years ago, the villains of the world rose up and killed all the heroes. Well, all the heroes that mattered. The sole survivor of the Avengers, Hawkeye (Stephen Lang) is now a sideshow freak, re-living the worst day of his life for paying audiences. He's surly, broken, and losing his sight, but there's still that fire in him to be a hero, to avenge his friends. And he's ready to do what needs to be done: killing every last person responsible for the deaths of those he loved the most. Marvel's Wastelanders: Hawkeye is the second installment in the Marvel's Wastelanders audio epic. Written by J. Holtham (Supergirl, Jessica Jones), directed by Rachel Chavkin (Hadestown), with sound design by One Thousand Birds and an original score by James Harrison Monaco and JJJJJerome Ellis. Learn more at

Breaking Beauty Podcast

Dear Media, Jill Dunn and Carlene Higgins

MET Gala Beauty Reactions! Plus “Anna: The Biography” Author Amy Odell

There’s no denying it, the MET Gala is the new Oscars – as far as fashion goes. In today’s episode, we’re dissecting all of the beauty looks worth discussing, from Kim Kardashian’s bleachy ode to Marilyn Monroe to Nikki Minaj’s brow-to-boob crystal embellishments, Lucy Boynton’s rhinestone lashes and more! Plus, find out which celebrity debuted her new makeup collection on the red carpet.   Then, we’re chatting with Amy Odell, author of the new Anna Wintour book, Anna: The Biography. Having interviewed more than 200 people closest to the Vogue boss, we get the goods on the mind behind the iconic glasses and the bob. With insights into the editrix’s “militant” organization of the MET gala to the moment she “woke” to the inclusivity movement, Vogue salaries and more, Amy gives us a sneak peek into her page-turner that dropped this week.   Get social with us and let us know what you think of the episode! Fi

How to Decorate

Ballard Designs

Ep. 258: Giving New Builds Charm & Character with Brandon Ingram

Today we are thrilled to welcome Georgia-native Brandon Ingram to the show. Brandon is a Georgia Tech alum and two-time winner of the prestigious Philip Shutze Award for Excellence in Classical Design from the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (ICAA). In 2012 he founded C. Brandon Ingram design; a full-service residential design firm specializing in custom homes, renovations, and architectural interiors. His work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Southern Living, House Beautiful, Traditional Home, and more. Brandon has a special ability to craft homes that are rooted in history but also unique and of their time. He flawlessly weaves a sense of charm and familiarity through his use of subtle details. Brandon shares with us his best advice for giving a new build charm and character.

What You’ll Hear on This Episode:

Brandon fell in love with classical architecture a

Everything is Fine

Jennifer Romolini and Kim France

Anxiety & the Condé Nast Cafeteria

Listener Questions, part 2! In this episode, Kim and Jenn discuss anxiety, self-compassion, understanding our post-pandemic selves, accepting that which we cannot change as we age, and what it was *really* like to work at Sassy in the 90s and Condé Nast in the aughts. Don't forget: We have a Patreon! Sign up for invites to special events, exclusive content, and bonus EIF episodes: Our show's Instagram is @eifpodcast. We're also on Twitter @theeifpodcast and Facebook. you can find Kim on her blog Girls of a Certain Age. You can find Jenn at Here Are Some Things. If you like the show, please rate or review it and don't forget to share it with your favorite 40+ friends. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Food Network Obsessed

Food Network

Rhett & Link on Uncovering Food Secrets on Inside Eats

Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal, hosts of the internet sensation Good Mythical Morning, talk about their new show Inside Eats and why it is the perfect extension of their wacky food adventures. They guess Jaymee’s Chipotle order based on her personality and how many different order combinations they uncovered in their show. Rhett and Link share where their curiosity for all things food comes from, why they went on a mission to discover why the Cheesecake Factory menu is so big, and what cheesecake flavor is their favorite. They point out who the picky eater is between the two of them and the foods they absolutely cannot stand. Rhett and Link talk about the experience of visiting Coolhaus Ice Cream and what their personal, signature flavor would be. They talk about visiting Beyond Meat, what it takes to replicate the texture and experience of meat and the surprising experiments they witnessed in their labs. Rhett and L

Food with Mark Bittman

Mark Bittman

Sheldon Simeon and the Hawai'i You Don't Know

Mark talks to universally beloved chef (and recent James Beard nominee) Sheldon Simeon about learning to butcher chickens in first grade, the divide between Hawaiian natives and tourists, and cooking for three days straight.Get the Maui Kale Salad with Sweet Onion Dressing, here. Subscribe to Food with Mark Bittman on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen, and please help us grow by leaving us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts.Follow Mark on Twitter at @bittman, and on Facebook and Instagram at @markbittman. Subscribe to Mark's newsletter The Bittman Project at or comments about the show? Email See for privacy and opt-out information.

Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

Beauty journalists (and friends!) Jessica Matlin and Jennifer Sullivan turn up the volume and bring you the big, juicy, world of beauty twice a week. On Tuesday episodes, they share their insider access to the beauty industry, candid stories of their beauty adventures, and the best perfumes, skincare, makeup, and hair products. On Friday episodes, they interview their favorite people in the business, including celebrities, makeup artists, perfumers, dermatologists, plastic surgeons, and more. Delivered with a heavy dose of fun, Fat Mascara is where beauty obsessives can get their fix! See for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at

The Penumbra Podcast

Harley Takagi Kaner and Kevin Vibert

4.16: Juno Steel and the Infernal Grind (Part 2)

What is the recipe for a prison break? Take one family, tear them apart, tenderize their minds, marinate them in fear and paranoia... then leave them to sit, confident that they aren't going anywhere.And that confidence is key. Because the moment you think you have the Aurinkos beaten, the moment you're certain they've given up on themselves and each other? That's when they show you you're wrong.Welcome to the Penumbra, dear Traveler. We hope you enjoy your stay.(Trigger warnings can be found at the bottom of this episode description and at the end of the transcript.)-------You can find all of our transcripts here: will come out along with the public release of the episode.On staff at the Penumbra:Alice Chuang -- Head of DesignGinny D'Angelo -- Head of Merchandise and OutreachMelissa DeJesus -- Script editing teamEllison Estephan -- Promoti


The Metropolitan Museum of Art


Concrete is full of contradictions. First it’s dust, then liquid, then hard as stone. It’s both rough and smooth, it’s modern and ancient, it can preserve history or play a hand in destroying it. Unsurprisingly, concrete is all about the gray area. Hear about this material from its supporters and detractors alike: why it’s so controversial, why it’s so often used in memorials, and how Colombian artist Doris Salcedo uses it to address grief and mourning.


Nadine M. Orenstein, Drue Heinz Curator in Charge, Drawings and Prints, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Abraham Thomas, Daniel Brodsky Curator of Modern Architecture, Design, and Decorative Arts, Modern and Contemporary Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Adrian Forty, professor of architectural history, University College London, and author of Concrete and Culture (2012)
Marco Leona, David H. Koch Scientist in Charge, Scientific Research, The Metropolitan Mus

Inside Trader Joe's

Trader Joe's

Episode 49: Trader Joe's Trips the Light Hacktastic

This is, without a doubt, our most hacktacular episode yet! What does that even mean? It means this episode is chock-full of inspired uses for your some of your favorite TJ’s products. How to make your flowers last longer and stand straighter… check. How to make simple meals in minutes using ingredients you might not have thought to put together… check. Delicious and unexpected dessert ideas… check, check, check! We’re sharing creative ideas shared with us by Trader Joe’s Crew Members from around the country… these folks know their stuff! Do you have favorite hacks for your favorite Trader Joe’s products? Share them with us at, and we may just feature them in a future Hacktastic episode.  Transcript (PDF)

The Prancing Pony Podcast

The Prancing Pony Podcast

247 – Everybody Out of the Pool

Frodo convinces Gollum to leave the Forbidden Pool, not without some feelings of regret at his betrayal of the wretched creature. After a brief interrogation, Faramir is satisfied that Gollum knows nothing and won’t come back to this secret place, and hands him into Frodo’s keeping along with a decree that Frodo himself may walk free in Gondor for a year and a day. But the news of where the party is going next is not good, for the name “Cirith Ungol” is one of dread among Gondor’s loremasters. For the life of us, we can’t figure out why Faramir doesn’t explain this more clearly.


Malcom Reed

Kicking Off WCBCC ‘22, Backyard vs. Competition BBQ & Smoked Porterhouse on the Drum

This week, we’re gearing up to kick off our Palmer Home “Feed-A-Family” fundraiser (01:10), and Malcom’s excited for a local contest we’re helping coordinate (03:55). Malcom was officially declared the 2022 Margarita Master (06:53), which was still not as cool as the Nacho Machine we broke out again (13:10). Memphis In May Is FINALLY Here (16:25), and Malcom explains why he loves it so much (22:09). We remember that time I tried to ‘manifest” a Killer Hogs Win (28:34), and the crazy tent neighbors we had last year (29:54). We hosted a guy who got FIRED from his volunteer position (31:43), and accidentally kidnapped a stranger that one time (32:58). Malcom explains how to be the best-prepared sightseer at the competition (35:16). Last week, Malcom drum-smoked a Porterhouse Steak (37:10) and doused it in his “Bacon Tallow” Butter (46:57). We made BBQ Grilled Chicken Sammiches for Mother’s

The Morgan Harper Nichols Show

Morgan Harper Nichols

Flying too close to the sun

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The Everyday Style School

Jennifer Mackey Mary

5 Wearable Trends for Summer 2022

Struggling to make current trends work for your real life body/budget/lifestyle? Check out this week's episode, where I share 5 trends anyone...and I mean ANYONE...can work into her wardrobe this season. Plus, we're taking a ride on the way back machine to see how the trends I shared last summer held up. You don't want to miss that. Get the Summer 2022 Capsule Wardrobe Guide Now!  Summer 2022 Capsule Wardrobe Guide | Everyday Style Take 20% off of your first Style Masterclass with code PODCAST. Not valid on Capsule Guides or prior purchases.  Everyday Style | Style Made Simple for Everyday Women For full links and resources from this episode, please visit the shownotes on our website. Discover your Signature Style and start building a wardrobe you love with our free quiz.  Style Quiz | Everyday Style

Home Cooking

Samin Nosrat & Hrishikesh Hirway

Happy Tangsgiving! (with Camila Cabello)

We’re back for a special episode of the podcast, and we’re getting questions and giving thanks as we get ready for the high holy day of home kitchens. We got a special surprise in the form of a question from international pop superstar Camila Cabello! Also, we finally made shirts that say “Shrimp J*nga Forever!” and you can get one at

You can listen to Hrishi’s new song here, and watch his TED Talk here,

For recipes and a transcript of this episode, visit

Art Juice: A podcast for artists, creatives and art lovers

Louise Fletcher/Alice Sheridan

Are You in Too Much of a Hurry? [162]

This week, Alice gets to grips with a DIY job and it sparks a discussion about time - in a world where there is never enough of it, how do we come to terms with this most troublesome aspect of life? In different ways, we have both experienced the downside of trying to do too much, including the fact that this prevents us from enjoying the present moment. If art-making is a journey without a final destination (and surely it is), then what are we rushing towards? Why do we feel this pressure to not fall behind? And how can we reframe our thoughts around time? While we don't have all the answers, perhaps our discussion will spark some ideas for you, particularly around how you can be more mindful about time.
Find out about the Time to Shine course here:
Louise's interview on Learning to Paint
Even The Rich podcast - Eli

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day



Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for June 21, 2022 is:

prescience • PRESH-ee-unss  • noun
Prescience is the ability to see or anticipate what will or might happen in the future.

// Stacy had the prescience to know that the stock’s value wasn’t going to remain high forever, and she managed to sell it just before it started to decrease.

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"As the author of some of the most searing indictments of the damage governments and people can do, George Orwell has become synonymous with the kind of prescience most artists only dream of." — Clarke Reader, The Elbert County News (Kiowa, Colorado), 16 Mar. 2022

Did you know?
If you know the origin of science you already know half the story of prescience. Science comes from the Latin verb sciō

Life with Marianna

Dear Media, Marianna Hewitt

REFY Beauty’s Jess Hunt on Creating Content + Launching A Brand

Jess Hunt is the founder of REFY Beauty and Influencer. From her content to her products, you can find Jess’ creative mark all over social media from instagram, to Pinterest and TikTok. In this episode we talk about how she takes and plans her content, her story of launching at Sephora and tips for leveraging social media to launch a brand.   Follow Marianna Follow Jess Hunt   This week’s episode is sponsored by:   OLIPOP: 20% off + free shipping at   MACY’S: shop for Mother’s Day at   TRAVELZOO: get a free membership at   Produced by Dear Media

Nostalgic Mystery Radio

Stevie K.

Ep.212 Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot: Peril At End House

Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot: the world-renowned, moustachioed Belgian private detective, unsurpassed in his intelligence and understanding of the criminal mind, respected and admired by police forces and heads of state across the globe.Since his inception over 100 years ago, Poirot has stolen the hearts and minds of audiences from Azerbaijan to Vietnam, and his celebrated cases have been recorded across 33 original novels and over 50 short stories.Peril At End House: Poirot and Hastings are holidaying when they meet Nick Buckley, a young girl who casually mentions that in the last days, she has at least thrice escaped certain death. Poirot suspects that somebody is out to get her, and his suspicions prove true when murder occurs.Smart Passive Income PodcastWeekly interviews, strategy, and advice for building your online business the smart way.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the show

Girl Meets Farm

Food Network

Nick's Trombone Choir

Molly Yeh makes a hearty Tomato Squash Soup and Labneh Grilled Cheese for lunch before husband Nick's trombone practice. Afterwards, they eat a simple weeknight meal of her delicious Smoked Salmon Niçoise Salad.Below are the recipes used in today’s episode:Smoked Salmon Niçoise Salad: Grilled Cheese: Squash Soup: Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars: to cookbook author, food blogger and Midwest transplant Molly Yeh prepare dishes inspired by her Jewish and Chinese heritage – with a taste of the Midwest – explaining her recipes and tips along the way. With direct audio from the hit Food Network series Girl Meets Farm, you’ll hear Molly create fresh and tasty meals f

Burnt Toast


Understanding the BLT

If you liked this episode, head over to The Sandwich Universe's show page to subscribe so you don't miss out on Molly and Declan tackling the many more sandwiches to come!Molly and Declan figure out how to avoid the dreaded slip-sliding when building (oh, and solve that scratched-up-mouth problem). Thanks to our listeners for your questions, and we still need your help! Send your burning sandwich questions (not burning sandwich, you know what we mean) to 

Dish City

WAMU 88.5

Solutions Mode

There are problems with food delivery. There's the reliance on gig laborers who say they are underpaid. Restaurants have to pay high commission fees on top of most orders. And delivery companies wind up operating on threadbare margins and still haven't turned an annual profit. Oh, and soggy fries. We haven't quite solved for that yet.

There's plenty to vent about. But, food delivery's not going anywhere. So, on our season finale: Can food delivery be better?

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The Martha Stewart Podcast Trailer

She’s done it all. TV, magazines, the web, radio, and more. But you’ve never heard Martha Stewart like this: intimate, in-depth, probing interviews with some of the most fascinating people in the world. Some you’ve heard of — some you haven’t. But they all have an important thing in common: they’re at the top of their fields. And they’ve never encountered an interviewer quite like Martha.

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Play On Podcasts

Next Chapter Podcasts

Twelfth Night - Episode 1 - No Prick Will Ever Come

Illyria, United States, 1939. Beloved Countess Olivia, heartbroken by the tragic death of her brother, turns away from society, rejecting the powerful, love-sick Duke Orsino. Meanwhile, off the coast, a yacht bearing twin aristocrats Viola and Sebastian flounders and sinks in stormy seas. The stage is set. The unknown future awaits. Welcome to Twelfth Night, or What You Will. 

Credits: The Play On Podcast series, “TWELFTH NIGHT”, was translated into modern English verse by ALISON CAREY, and directed by CHRISTOPHER LIAM MOORE.
Amy Brenneman as Olivia
Jamie Ann Romero as Viola
Tramell Tillman as Orsino
Brandon David Delsidas Sebastian
Daniel Parker as Sir Toby Belch
Catherine Castellanos as Maria
Rodney Gardiner as Feste
Jordan Barbour as Sir Andrew Aguecheek
Cristofer Jean as Antonio
David Kelly as Malvolio
Jeorge Bennett Watson as the Sea Captain and Pries

Nice Try!


The Keeper

On this season of Nice Try, we’ve asked why we bring certain goods into our homes. What kinds of utopia they promise, and what they deliver with the latest technology. But even the most faddish of gadgets might just improve a person's life, because we can fall in love with things. Join us for the last episode of Season Two: a love story. 
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City Arts & Lectures

City Arts & Lectures

Angela Davis with Alonzo King

Our guest is writer, scholar, and activist Angela Davis. For more than 5 decades, Davis has been fighting for Black liberation, equal rights for women, queer and transgender people. Davis first received national attention in 1969, after being removed from her teaching position at UCLA for her social activism and membership to the Communist Party. In 1970, she was placed on the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted List” on false charges, which culminated in one of the most famous trials in recent U.S. history. A massive international “Free Angela Davis” campaign was organized, leading to her acquittal in 1972. Davis is a founding member of Critical Resistance, a national organization dedicated to dismantling the prison-industrial complex, and the author of books including Freedom is a Constant Struggle and Women, Race & Class. On May 24, 2022, Angela Davis came to the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco to talk to choreographer an

Knifepoint Horror

Soren Narnia


Many is the band that wishes they could have a second chance at what turned out to be their final performance—maybe they could have brought more energy to that night, or savored it just a little more... and then there’s the terrible but unforgettable case of the celebrated rock group Waters Blue and Permanent (2003-2022). Music (all rights reserved): "Salve Regina - Violin & Piano" by Patrick Ussher, "El Faro" by When the Tide Breaks Free, "Fount" by Homely, "Everything" by The Days Audio mastering: Les Lentz Art by S. Patrick Brown, Special thanks to Sharon Yablon of the Garden of Terrible Blooms podcast for being my location advisor on this one. Listen to Soren Narnia's narration of H.P. Lovecraft's "The Festival" at the Lovecraft eZine Podcast's YouTube channel. Other audio horror by Soren Narnia: 'Outcall' - Episode 15, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Paranormal Appraisal 151'

The Undressing Room Podcast Presented by Macy’s

The Undressing Room Podcast presented by Macy’s

Anniversary Vibes | Episode 53

If a man doesn't have anything, he has the audacity. Lore'l and Eva undress shady men who left their girlfriends and who hide them on social media. Also, are you insecure in the bedroom? Find out what Nick Cannon does to help out his body insecurities. Plus, celebrate our one-year anniversary! We have a big gift for a lucky listener. Listen up for more details. The Final Question To Undress got real. Are you ready for a girls' trip?

If you want your question featured on the show, send us a DM @TheUndressingRoomPodcast

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Looking for some additional Winter layering looks?  Head to and check out Lore'l and Eva's top picks to get you through the season. We're getting close to Valentine's Day.

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Nicholas Wilton

Truth Unveiled - Kerry Schroeder - Ep 30 - In the beginning of our art journey, often all we have is a tug. An inner knowing that pulls us towards our own art-making. The soul is patient of course and it can wait. It will wait for years. But at some point, you begin. Turns out, it’s not just our art we’re discovering but the slow and steady revelation of ourselves.  Join me today for a conversation with artist Kerry Schroeder. Her art is a beautiful testament to this quest. Her words and art miraculously hold both the floral frailty of nature as well as its unstoppable, ground-shaking forces. It is both! However, there is this common thread Kerry uses to hold these swirling elements so delicately, almost magically together in her art. It’s not about the palette, the materials, or even the subject matter. It is much simpler than that. It’s just the truth. Hers. ================================ LISTEN IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN… The wonderful beginnings of K

The Newest Olympian


37 | The Sea of Monsters Ch. 16-17 w/ Ashlee Latimer

Ashlee Latimer, author and Riordanverse social media manager, makes her debut as guest on The Newest Olympian! The book is nearing its conclusion, and things are heating up! Topics include: The Lightning Thief Musical, social media management, video game bosses, olive pizza, butt stab, anime action scenes, Rainbow’s friends, Pitbull, Miami Vice, varsity jackets, accepting YA logic, John Wick, airport cash, Romeo & Juliet, Dumbledore, Lucius Malfoy, em dashes & en dashes, Miami International Airport, Legally Blond, math problems, proofreading emails, and more!TICKETS TO TNO LIVE IN NYC: TO POTTERLESS LIVE: Thanks to our sponsors:WILDGRAIN - Get $30 off your first box plus FREE CROISSANTS IN EVERY BOX at GREENS - Get 5 free travel packs plus one year of Vitamin D at— Find The Newest Olympia

Fiction Writing Made Easy

Savannah Gilbo

5 Reasons Why Readers Stop Reading

In this episode, I'm exploring 5 reasons why readers might stop reading a novel. Here's a preview of what you'll hear in the episode:[01:50] Reason #1: Nothing meaningful happens in the opening pages.[04:15] Reason #2: It’s hard to connect with the point of view characters.[06:30] Reason #3: Readers don’t know what kind of story they’re reading.[09:40] Reason #4: Readers have seen the same thing before. [12:30] Reason #5: Readers don't care what happens next.[15:45] Final thoughts and episode recapFollow & Review in Apple PodcastsAre you following my podcast? If not, I want to encourage you to do that today so that you don't miss an episode! Especially because I’m adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you’re not following the show, there’s a good chance you’ll miss out on those. So, click here to follow this show in Apple Podcasts!If you're already a follower, and if you enjoy the show, I would

The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion

A Crash Course on The BoF Sustainability Index 2022

On the heels of releasing the second, expanded edition of The BoF Sustainability Index — which assesses companies’ progress toward ambitious 2030 goals across categories such as emissions and worker’s rights — Kent and Diana Lee, director of research and analysis at BoF Insights, join Imran Amed, BoF’s founder and editor-in-chief to unpack their findings, answer questions and lay out what needs to happen next.  Key Insights: Progress on sustainability has been slow. But, a few shifts are coming that may push fashion forward — including EU regulation aimed at the textile industry, and emergence of new models like resale and rental.  Plenty of companies have set ambitious sustainability goals. What is important now is that they move beyond target setting to real action.  Given that most brands don’t own their own factories, to make real progress, companies have to take charge of their whole value chains, not just their own s

سمير صبيح

samir Sabieh

جميع قصائد الضاهرة ومدرسة الشعر الشعبي العراقي الراحل سمير صبيح

ArtCurious Podcast

Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious

Author Interview: Barbara Bloemink's "Florine Stettheimer: A Biography"

Recently I interviewed art historian, curator, and museum director Barbara Bloemink, who shared the backstory of one of the most fascinating artists of the early 20th century: American artist Florine Stettheimer.
Florine Stettheimer was a feminist, multi-media artist who documented New York City’s growth as the center of cultural life, finance, and entertainment between the World Wars. During her first forty years, spent mostly in Europe, Florine Stettheimer studied academic painting and was aware of the earliest modernist styles prior to most American artists. Returning to New York, she and her sisters led an acclaimed salon for major avant-garde cultural figures including Marcel Duchamp, the Stieglitz circle, and numerous poets, dancers, and writers. During her life, Stettheimer showed her innovative paintings in more than forty of the most important museum exhibits and salons. She also

The History of Literature

Jacke Wilson / The Podglomerate

398 Fernando Pessoa

Questioning the nature of the self is a standard trope in literature and one of the hallmarks of the Modernist movement. But no one pushed this to the extreme like Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935). While the use of a pseudonym or two is common enough, Pessoa wrote poems as more than a hundred "heteronyms" (as he called them), giving many of them their own richly developed biographies, writing styles, and distinct subject matter. The wild cast of characters, who sometimes argued with one another and who occasionally inserted themselves into Pessoa's life, fooled many literary critics into thinking that they were individual poets. Although Pessoa was nearly unknown when he died, he left behind a rich body of work to pore through and analyze - and a trunkful of his papers, gathered by later editors intoThe Book of Disquiet, has rendered him essential to a consideration of twentieth-century literature. In this episode, Jacke takes a look

The Week in Art

The Art Newspaper

Francis Bacon: Tate archive controversy; NY photographer Alice Austen; Michel Majerus in Basel

This week: why is Tate rejecting an archive of material relating to Francis Bacon, 18 years after acquiring it? Our London correspondent Martin Bailey tells us about his recent scoop that Tate is returning a thousand documents and sketches said to have come from the studio of Francis Bacon to Barry Joule, a close friend of the artist, who donated them to Tate in 2004. We then discuss the material with Martin Harrison, the pre-eminent Bacon scholar and editor of the catalogue raisonné of Francis Bacon’s work published in 2016, and to Sophie Pretorius, the archivist at the Estate of Francis Bacon, who went through the Barry Joule archive item by item. Victoria Munro, the director of the Alice Austen House Museum in New York, discusses this still too-little-known photographer, and her documentation of immigration to the United States and the lives of queer women in the 19th and early

Wine for Normal People

Wine for Normal People

Ep 422: Old Vines Defined, with Langmeil Winery of Barossa, Australia

In this show, we finally define OLD VINES with James Lindner and Leigh Woodrow of Langmeil Vineyards! The background, the history, the viticulture, and the first major definition in form of the Barossa Old Vine Charter are all covered. If you ever wondered what "old vines" really means, we have answers!  Langmeil Vineyards has a long and storied history. In 1843, Christian Auricht planted a mixed farm in the heart of the Barossa Valley in Australia. In 1932 Theodor Hanisch, Christian’s grandson established the first winery on the property and after a period of disrepair, in 1996, three men, who had strong roots in the Barossa - Richard Lindner, Carl Lindner and Chris Bitter - rejuvenated the vineyard and winery. Photo: Langmeil The Freedom 1843 Vineyard, Shiraz   Today that same vineyard from 1843, The Freedom Vineyard, is still producing grapes for wine and Langmeil, although it makes other lov


Sabrina Borja

Why You Shouldn't Be Afraid At All - Alan Watts

Alan Watts explains why we should not be afraid at all


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Ep365 | "The Big Present"

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Radio Cherry Bombe

Cherry Bombe

Heart of Dinner’s Yin Chang and Moonlynn Tsai

Actor and storyteller Yin Chang and restaurateur Moonlynn Tsai met over a meal, fell in love at Burning Man (yes, they share that story), and put their personal lives on hold to care for elders in New York’s Chinatown with nutritious, culturally appropriate meals. At the start of the pandemic, the two realized the elder community needed help, so they stepped forward, bringing their friends and colleagues along in support of the cause and creating Heart of Dinner in the process. The violence directed toward the AAPI community over the past few years has only intensified their desire to make a difference. Yin and Moonlyn stopped by Radio Cherry Bombe to share their story with host Kerry Diamond. Learn about the work Heart of Dinner is doing today and what you can do to help. If you’d like to donate or volunteer, visit here! Thank you to Kerrygold, makers of Irish grass-fed butter and cheese, for supporting this episode. To learn mo

The Genius Recipe Tapes


Amy Shuster Makes Pasta con Ceci

Referenced in this episode Victoria Granoff's Pasta con Ceci recipeKristen's Genius article about Pasta con CeciWatch Kristen cook the recipeHave a genius recipe you'd like to share? Tell me all about it at Music by The Cabinetmaker on Blue Dot Sessions

Writing Excuses

Brandon Sanderson, Mary Robinette Kowal, Dan Wells, and Howard Tayler

17.25: Archetypes, Ensembles, and Expectations

Your Hosts: Dan Wells, Zoraida Cordova, Kaela Rivera, and Howard Tayler

We've talked about making every member of the ensemble meaningful. In this episode we're discussing who, in archetype terms, everybody is. How can archetypes help us get started, how can they help us set reader expectations, and what are the archetype-related pitfalls we need to avoid? And finally, is 'archetype' even the correct term here?

Liner Notes: Here's the "Black Superheroes with Electrical Powers" article.

Credits: This episode was recorded by Marshall Carr, Jr., and mastered by Alex Jackson.

The Debrief

The Business of Fashion

Welcome to The Debrief, a new weekly podcast from The Business of Fashion, where we go beyond the glossy veneer and unpack our most popular BoF Professional stories. Hosted by BoF’s chief correspondent Lauren Sherman, who after covering fashion and beauty for nearly two decades, will be your guide into the mega labels, indie upstarts and unforgettable  personalities shaping the $2.5 trillion global fashion industry.

Book Talk, etc.

Tina, Renee

Advanced Screening: New Books for Your Summer Reading!

In Episode 52 of Book Talk, Etc. Tina and Renee share upcoming releases . They also share what they've been loving lately, their latest reads, shelf additions, and have book talk about motherhood trends in fiction **If you enjoy our podcast, please consider supporting us on Patreon ! We have great bonus episodes including: Books we DNFed, Books We Disagreed On, What's in the Mailbag, & Second Year Spoiler Author Chat, plus fun Zoom events like Mood Reader Happy Hour and Book Talk Book Club, a private Facebook group & our BRAND NEW DISCORD where you can interact with other patrons & we just introduced reading parties?- all for just $5 a month! Loving Lately2:57 Vacay All Day Face Set7:20 Topo Chico Hard Seltzer Latest Reads10:45 I Must Betray You| Ruta Sepetys (R) ?16:26 Fountains of Silence | Ruta Sepetys 16:43 The Murder Rule | Dervla McTiernan   (T) ?22:40 Book Talk26:05 People.com26:11 Ew.com26:

Setting the Table

Whetstone Radio Collective

Hosted by Deb Freeman, Setting the Table is a podcast that explores the stories and histories of African American cuisine and foodways. From Sunday barbeques to the spirits in your cocktails, African Americans have created the foundation of modern American cuisine, yet African American food is one of the least explored food genres. Setting the Table illuminates the ways that African Americans have shaped how this country eats and drinks by exploring the historical events that have influenced the formation of Black foodways in America while also drawing a direct line to the people who are moving the Black culinary narrative forward.

The First Ever Podcast

Jeremy Bolm

93: Andy Norton: I Didn't Wanna Make It Seem Too Fly

This week Jeremy interviews vocalist Andy Norton of the band Praise On this episode Andy and Jeremy talk the release of All in a Dream, New Jack Swing, Gin Blossoms, learning how to play bass, his first bands, Mike Dirnt, playing with Kill Your Idols, the anxieties of recording vocals, writing lyrics, Husker Du and The Replacements, his first European tour, photography and getting his photo in a Sick Of It All record, the first Praise show, singing live for the first time, and so much more! For a bonus episode where Andy answers questions submitted by subscribers and so much more - SUBSCRIBE TO THE PATREON Follow the show on INSTAGRAM and TWITTER

Helping Writers Become Authors

K.M. Weiland

Ep. 577: Making Story Structure Your Own

Here are a five important questions you, as a writer of fiction, can ask yourself to help you in making story structure your own.

Bad On Paper

Becca Freeman & Olivia Muenter

Black Cake Book Club

It’s time to talk about our March book club pick: Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson. We absolutely LOVED this book. We discuss what grabbed us about this book, the themes of not understanding your parents as individuals vs. parents and identity, all the food in this book (including black cake!), our feelings on the ending, and more!     We also say our podcast goodbyes to Grace! (IRL, we’re planning our Charleston reunion as we speak)    Books this reminded us of The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett The Dutch House by Ann Patchett Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi The Unsinkable Greta James by Jennifer E. Smith   Obsessions  Grace: Let’s talk about the Stanley cups Becca: Rare Beauty Liquid Touch Concealer Brush   What we read this week! Grace:  The Club by Ellery Lloyd Taste: My Life Through Food by Stanley Tucci The Last Housewife by Ashley Winstead (check content warnings before picking this one up!) Becca: Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson The Perfect Couple by

MuggleCast: the Harry Potter podcast

Harry Potter

567: 'Philosopher's Stone' Illustrator Thomas Taylor Reveals the Secrets Behind the Cover

On this week's episode of MuggleCast, we're joined by a very special guest, Mr. Thomas Taylor, who originally illustrated Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in 1996!  He talks about what it was like to land the job and all that ensued! Join us as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the book that began a phenomenon!

Welcome Thomas Taylor, illustrator of the very first Harry Potter book in the UK!
Thomas shares what it was like to get the job at just 23-years-old!
How did he decide to illustrate the iconic Hogwarts Express scene?
Did he ever speak with J.K. Rowling?
What was it like to be one of the first people to ever read Harry Potter?
Was he ever asked to work on the remainder of the series?
Who is the mysterious gentleman on the original back cover, and what's in his pocket?
Did you know there is a connection betw

Slightly Foxed

Slightly Foxed: The Real Reader's Quarterly

The independent-minded book review magazine that combines good looks, good writing and a personal approach. Slightly Foxed introduces its readers to books that are no longer new and fashionable but have lasting appeal. Good-humoured, unpretentious and a bit eccentric, it’s more like a well-read friend than a literary magazine. Come behind the scenes with the staff of Slightly Foxed to learn what makes this unusual literary magazine tick, meet some of its varied friends and contributors, and hear their personal recommendations for favourite and often forgotten books that have helped, haunted, informed or entertained them.

Plant-Powered People Podcast

Toni Okamoto and Michelle Cehn

65. Prevent & Reverse Diabetes: How to Reverse Insulin Resistance Permanently in Type 1, 1.5, 2, Prediabetes, and Gestational Diabetes With Dr. Cyrus Khambatta

Do you live with diabetes, or know someone who does? This episode is a must-listen. NYT bestselling author Dr. Cyrus Khambatta shares his research on how a whole foods, plant-based diet can help prevent and reverse Type 1 diabetes, Type 1.5 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, prediabetes, and gestational diabetes.  Reversing or controlling diabetes through a plant-based diet Why restricting carbs isn’t enough to effectively manage blood glucose How eating lots of fruits & veggies can decrease insulin requirements The differences between the 6 types of diabetes How cognitive decline is related to insulin resistance Saturated fats & the creation of type 2 diabetes  Our organs & how they digest food Insulin and how it works in the body Foods to include and stay away from to control or reverse diabetes The side effects of di

Dressed: The History of Fashion


Charity and Sylvia: A Same Sex Marriage in Early America with Rachel Hope Cleves

Rachel Hope Cleves joins us to discuss the incredible forty-four year love story of tailors Charity Bryant and Sylvia Drake who were recognized and respected as a married couple in their small close knit community of Weybridge, Vermont in the nineteenth century.

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Charity & Sylvia: A Same-Sex Marriage in Early America by Rachel Hope Cleves

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Play Me a Recipe


Wild Salmon + Fried Sage Gremolata made by Melina Hammer

On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside them, every step of the way.  RecipeServes 2 GremolataFinely grated zest from 3 lemonsZest strips from 1 Meyer lemon, any bitter white pith removed, sliced very thinly1 tablespoon finely sliced garlic scapes or garlic chives, or 1 teaspoon minced garlic1 teaspoon finely sliced garlic chivesSea saltFreshly ground black pepperSalmon1 Pound wild sockeye salmon, portioned into 2 filletsSea saltFreshly ground black pepper1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil1 tablespoon salted butter1 Meyer lemon, cut in half horizontallySage2 tablespoons walnut oil1 handful fresh sage leavesMake the gremolataIn a small bowl, toss together the lemon zest and strips, the garlic scapes and chives, and season with salt and pepper.Make the

لام تا کلام

Solmaz Barghgir

Episode 50: سرِ رشته

داستان ”سرِ رشته” مربوط به مواقعی میشه که ما به جای عمل کردم، به جای اقدام سرِ رشته رو میدیم به افکار منفی، باورهای محدود کننده، نشخوار ذهنی .این اپیزود برای هر کسی که به جای وارد گود شدن ساعتها، روزها، ماهها فکر میکنه ، راهگشا خواهد بود.با تشکر از مهدی پسیان عزیز برای موسیقی متنراه ارتباطی:   admin@barghgir.comاینستاگرام: solmaz_barghgir_coachوبسایت:

The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience

Kelton Reid

How Co-Creator of Emmy-Winning “How I Met Your Mother” Carter Bays Writes

Seven-time Emmy nominee and co-creator of the hit TV series "How I Met Your Mother," Carter Bays, spoke to me about working with David Letterman, being a recovering TV writer, and his debut novel "The Mutual Friend." 
Carter Bays is best known as the co-creator of the sitcom How I Met Your Mother which ran on CBS for nine seasons. A companion series, How I Met Your Father, starring Hilary Duff, premiere on Hulu in 2022.
His latest is The Mutual Friend, described as a "... thought-provoking debut novel set in New York City, following a sprawling cast of characters as they navigate life, love, loss, ambition, and spirituality — without ever looking up from their phones."
A starred Kirkus review called the book, "... a perfect summer beach read, but one that deserves serious awards consideration as well," and NY Times bestse

The Writer's Almanac

Prairie Home Productions

The Writer's Almanac is a daily podcast of poetry and historical interest pieces, usually of literary significance. Each day's offering is five minutes long and contains "on this day in history" information as well as an accessible poem.

Old Time Radio Westerns

Andrew Rhynes

The Librarian – Frontier Gentleman (10-05-58)

Original Air Date: October 05, 1958 Host: Andrew Rhynes Show: Frontier Gentleman Phone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739) Stars: • John Dehner (J.B. Kendall) Special Guests: • Virginia Gregg • Eddie Firestone • Richard Perkins • Charles Seel Writer: • Tom Hanley Producer: • Antony Ellis Music: • Wilbur Hatch Exit music from: Roundup on the […]

Naaji /پادکست فارسی ناجی


Ep 32 - مدیریت استرس - Stress management

توی این اپیزود از پادکست ناجی درباره اضطراب و ترس حرف زدیم، این روزها با پیشرفت تکنولوژی و پیچیده شدن زندگی آدمها، سطح اضطراب های ما هم افزایش پیدا کرده! همچنین طی دوسال اخیر و دست و پنجه نرم کردن با کرونا، اکثر ما دچار اضطراب و افسردگی شدیم ولی شاید بهش آگاه نباشیم و یا بلد نیستیم چطور مدیریتش کنیم . توی این اپیزود به تفاوت های ترس و اضطراب پرداختیم و راهکارهایی ارائه دادیم که بتونی استرس رو مدیریت کنی.اسپانسر این اپیزود اپلیکیشن جان : Www.jaan.irکد تخفیف ۲۵٪ ایی : Naajipodcastسایت ناجی و مقاله ها پیج اینستاگرام آکادمی ناجی @naaji_academyمنابع این اپیزود : Doing What matters in times of stress و کتاب Anxiety and it’s disorders

Creating Happiness with Ana Wolfermann

Ana Wolfermann

Episode 2: Creating Happiness

This makes me cringe so much, but this is an introduction into how I see the world around me and how my mindset affects my confidence, my relationships, my career, and my happiness!



Ep 536 - Confessions of a Mask, by Yukio Mishima

Tell me about a Complicated Man. Mishima's breakthrough coming-of-age novel about sexuality in late Imperial Japan has a powerful narrative voice and prose style. But the legacy of his work and his political goals has led to him being a bit of an "enigma" (as one listener referred to him) -- to put it lightly.

Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis.

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Relic Radio Sci-Fi (old time radio)

The Eavesdroppers by CBS Radio Mystery Theater

This week on Relic Radio Science Fiction, The CBS Radio Mystery Theater brings us their story from August 27, 1975, The Eavesdroppers. More from The CBS Radio Mystery Theater Download SciFi720

Design Better Podcast

InVisionApp, Inc

Rewind: John Cleese: A cheerful guide to creativity

The Ministry of Silly Walks. The Cheese Shop. French Taunting. If you haven’t seen any of these Monty Python sketches before, do us a favor and go watch one or two of them. You’ll discover—or re-discover—why our guest for this episode is a creative comic legend. John Cleese starred in and co-wrote the award-winning series Fawlty Towers, was nominated for an Academy Award for the screenplay of A Fish Called Wanda, and even has a species of lemur named after him (Cleese’s wooly lemur, Avahi cleesei). He’s also an expert on the creative process, and so if you’re looking for a new framework to level-up your own workflow, his book Creativity: A Short and Cheerful Guide is a great resource. We talk with John about his new book, and also about creative collaboration in the midst of friction, how to be comfortable with ambiguity, and creating boundaries of space and time to get in a creative mode. We also get to ask him a questio

The Von Haessler Doctrine

Cox Media Group

The Von Haessler Doctrine S10/E026 - Dork Appropriation

Join Eric, @Shelleywynter1, @DaveBaker, @DrJoeEsposito, @TheCherylCastro, @TimAndrewsHere, @Autopritts, @JaredYamamoto, @EnglishNick, and Greg as they chat about Eric's makeup, WSB picture day, tuna goo, and much more! “Brought to you by Findlay Roofing”

Audio Poem of the Day

Poetry Foundation

elegy for kari edwards

By Julian Brolaski

Thank You, Places Podcast

Emily Paige Faith

Hi, I'm Emily Faith. Artist and therapist who is feeling very *stuck* at the moment. While my parents always said "nothing good happens after midnight", I now know that "nothing good happens in isolation". I invite you to join me as a I wrestle with these feelings by engaging with other artists' stories. We will celebrate successes, honor failures, and above all, do it together.


Post Script Media

Climavores is a show about eating on a changing planet. Each week, journalists Tamar Haspel and Mike Grunwald explore the complicated, confusing, and surprising relationship between food and the environment.

Hot and Bothered

Not Sorry Productions

Live from Pemberley: A Very Mean Art (Chapters 7 + 8)

Poor Jane Bennet has caught a cold in the rain in Chapters 7 + 8 of Pride and Prejudice. Vanessa and Lauren discuss Darcy’s moral compass, the value of reading, and the prototypical ‘mean girl' – Caroline Bingley. Thanks to Dr. Tim Fulford for speaking to us this week about the military context of Austen’s England. Our next episode is on May 27th and we'll hunker down in the Netherfield parlor in Chapters 9 through 12. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Special Sauce with Ed Levine

Ed Levine

Kenji Live on the Wok, Family & McCartney

For our first ever live Special Sauce Kenji and I talked about his new #1 NYT Best-Seller The Wok, how family life has become the center of his existence, and how Sir Paul McCartney gave him an autograph after McCartney's security team tackled him on the street in NYC.

Learn to Paint Podcast

Learn to Paint Podcast

Ep. 51: Painting Falling Water with Julie Gilbert Pollard

This week, I welcome back Ep. 25 guest Julie Gilbert Pollard to discuss falling water. You’ll learn how to simplify the complexity of falling water and get advice on how to approach reflections and shadows in both still water and moving water. We focus on watercolor but the ideas work across any medium. Support the show

All the Books!

Book Riot

All The Backlist: June 24, 2022

This week Kelly recommends three coming-of-age graphic memoirs about growing up an American immigrant.
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The American Dream? A Journey on Route 66 Discovering Dinosaur Statues, Muffler Men, and the Perfect Breakfast Burrito by Shing Yin Khor
Almost American Girl by Robin Ha
I Was Their American Dream by Malaka Gharib
Messy Roots: A Graphic Memoir of a Wuhanese-American by Laura Gao
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Daily Short Stories - Mystery & Suspense

Sol Good Network

The Man with the Pale Eyes - Guy de Maupassant

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Kevin Rose

The Premiere of Proof's Roundtable Discussion: Derek Edwards Schloss and Maria Shen

Proof Report - June 7

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The New Yorker: Poetry

WNYC Studios and The New Yorker

Christian Wiman Reads Patrizia Cavalli

Christian Wiman joins Kevin Young to discuss “Far from Kingdoms” and “Outside, In Fact, There Wasn't Any Change,” by Patrizia Cavalli, translated by Judith Baumel, and his own poem “Eating Grapes Downward.” Wiman is a poet, essayist, editor, and translator, whose honors include the 2016 Aiken Taylor Award for Modern American Poetry, and the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Conference on Christianity and Literature.

The Archers

BBC Radio 4


Writer, Keri Davies
Director, Gwenda Hughes
Editor, Jeremy Howe

David Archer …… Timothy Bentinck
Ruth Archer ….. Felicity Finch
Ben Archer ….. Ben Norris
Natasha Archer ….. Mali Harries
Brian Aldridge ….. Charles Collingwood
Lilian Bellamy ….. Sunny Ormonde
Beth Casey ….. Rebecca Fuller
Steph Casey ….. Kerry Gooderson
Vince Casey ….. Tony Turner
Chelsea Horrobin ….. Madeleine Leslay
Tracy Horrobin ….. Susie Riddell
Jim Lloyd ….. John Rowe
Kate Madikane ….. Perdita Avery
Jazzer McCreary ….. Ryan Kelly
Stella Pryor ….. Lucy Speed
Fallon Rogers ….. Joanna Van Kampen
Robert Snell ….. Graham Blockey

B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photo & Video

You Can't Fake Time – Camille Seaman at OPTIC 2022

On this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we are pleased to present a conversation with photographer Camille Seaman, and pleased to do so from the halls of the OPTIC 2022 Photo Conference, which we have certainly missed over the past two years.   Seaman was a keynote speaker at the 2022 OPTIC Outdoor, Wildlife & Travel Photo/Video Conference, which is hosted by B&H and held from June 12-15, 2022, in New York City. Please check the above link to find an archive of the conference’s presentations, but settle in now for an enjoyable and inspiring conversation with Seaman that we recorded in person after her keynote address.    Seaman’s photographs have been published in National Geographic, Italian Geo, TIME, The New York Times Sunday Magazine, Newsweek, Outside, and American Photo, among many others. She frequently leads photographic workshops and is a TED Senior Fellow, Stanford Knight Fellow, and a Cinereach Film

The Treatment Room

The Treatment Room

All the Details My Brand, FreeSKIN by Tessa. (Finally!!)

Hi Roomies!!
It is a dream come true to finally announce my skincare brand, FreeSKIN by Tessa. Get to know more about my double cleanse methodology, and the mission behind my company.
For more details on my products, visit, or follow along on instagram @freeskinbytessa. 
Have a topic request or question for a future episode? Comment on my latest @myestytessa.
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Wrapup | رپاپ

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روح ناآرام

در اولین قسمت از پادکست رپاپ، رفتیم سراغ یکی از کتاب های فوق العاده ای که در مورد دوران تاریک حکومت استالین بر مردم شوروی سابق نوشته شده، کتاب روح ناآرام نوشته آدام هاکس چایلد با ترجمه سودابه قیصریاینستاگرامتلگرامتوییترحمایت مالی طراح لوگو : صادق خدادادی See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Pioneer Woman

Food Network

Ree Drummond shares her comforting home cooking from her kitchen on the ranch. With direct audio from her hit Food Network TV show, you can now enjoy Ree’s company as she cooks up meals for every occasion, from last-minute family suppers to elegant celebrations. A former city-girl, Ree Drummond started her award-winning blog in 2006. Ree is a writer, photographer, ranch wife and mother. She is the host of Food Network's hit show The Pioneer Woman. For even more recipes head to discovery+ and stream full episodes of The Pioneer Woman on discovery+. Head to to start your 7-day free trial today. Terms apply.

Strong Sense of Place

David Humphreys

Iceland: Warrior Poets, Emo Horses, and Maybe (Probably) Elves

With all those dramatic volcanoes and glaciers, Iceland has become known as the Land of Fire and Ice. But we like to think of it as the Land of Legends and Poetry,  a place to go adventuring with your extrovert pals, then curl up with a great book and a cozy sweater for some epic introverting.
Literature is baked into Icelandic culture, starting with the Sagas and carrying through medieval warrior poets to today: The capital city of Reykjavík is a designated UNESCO City of Literature and home to both the Iceland Writers Retreat and the Iceland Noir Festival.
When you're ready to explore the island, start in the capital for fancy cocktails, the vibrant food scene, and friendly locals. Then hit the road — the Ring Road — to circumnavigate the island and see fantastical sites along the way: volcanoes and lava fields, waterfalls and glaciers, puffins and horses with emo bangs, the black church and dramatic

Between The Covers : Conversations with Writers in Fiction, Nonfiction & Poetry

David Naimon, Tin House Books

Crafting with Ursula : Karen Joy Fowler on Experimental Women, Animals, Science & Story

Today’s guest on Crafting with Ursula, the award-winning writer of science fiction, fantasy, and historical fiction Karen Joy Fowler, was a longstanding friend of Ursula K. Le Guin. And they both shared a deep interest not only in science, but also in raising questions about the biases deeply embedded in the way we conduct it […]
The post Crafting with Ursula : Karen Joy Fowler on Experimental Women, Animals, Science & Story appeared first on Tin House.

Always Hungry with Bobby Flay and Sophie Flay


How to Host a Dinner Party

Sophie is ready to throw her first big dinner party, but she has a million questions. Luckily, Bobby is here to help. In this episode, you'll hear all of Bobby's expert tips for "How to Host a Dinner Party"! Find out how to build a menu, what to do before guest arrive, and how to plan for success. Finally, Bobby and Sophie make an easy recipe that makes for a perfect snack to offer your guests when they arrive... along with a drink of course.

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The Readheads Book Club

Toast News Network

35: Our Country Friends

Happy April! The Readheads are back and they are recapping, discussing and roasting this month's book, Our Country Friends. They are talking about their favorite and least favorite characters, storylines, and moments throughout the novel. Plus they take listener questions and share the other books they read over the last 2 months and whether or not they'd recommend them.
The next book is Margo's choice and she chose All Rhodes Lead Here by Mariana Zapata.

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The overall Readheads Rating for Our Country Friends is 2.175.

Wine 101



Virginia has our oldest wine history. But it's in modern times that the state found it's wine industry. See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Snack Show with Jami Fallon

That Sounds Fun Network

Drink up! (Liquid Snacks)

Welcome to The Snack Show with Jami Fallon!
Cheers to you, our dedicated listeners and lifetime snackers! On today's episode, we are talking liquid snacks - beverages - drinks - you get it! What are you going to wash those snacks down with? Let us help you! Did you know drinks can be snacks in and of themselves? Remember, anything is a snack if you try hard enough. And we sure try today.
Listen in as we take some time to review the world's current favorite drink, sparking water. From La Croix and Perrier, to Trader Joe's sparkling water and Bubly, we give our hot takes. We even give a significant nod to the one that started it all: Fresca. We go on to discuss Jami's favorite drinks & try to understand how she is still alive after consuming Mountain Dew Code Red.
We realize we are keeping these drinks PG, but stay tuned for a future episode to discuss our favorite adult liquid snacks.
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The Art Angle

Artnet News

The Scandalous Rise and Fall of Art Dealer Inigo Philbrick

Not too long ago, Inigo Philbrick was one of the best-connected dealers in the art world. The son of a museum director and the protege of legendary gallerist Jay Jopling, he was often spotted at VIP previews of major art fairs and in a prominent seat at auctions around the globe. Then, in late 2019, he disappeared.
As it turns out, Philbrick was the subject of mounting civil lawsuits and, ultimately, a criminal case that found he conned clients out of $85 million. Prosecutors say he committed “one of the most significant frauds in the art market in history.” He stood accused of selling shares amounting to more than 100 percent in artworks he did not own, falsifying contracts, forging signatures, and inventing fictitious clients. He pleaded guilty to a criminal charge of wire fraud in November.
Last week, Philbrick’s case finally came to a close when the former wunderkind was sentenced to seven years in jail


CBC Podcasts

Buffy Sainte-Marie is one of the most prolific singer-songwriters of the past century. For 60 years her music has quietly reverberated throughout pop culture, and provided a touchstone for Indigenous resistance. In this five-part series, Mohawk and Tuscarora writer Falen Johnson explores how Buffy’s life and legacy is essential to understanding Indigenous resilience.

Sarah's Bookshelves Live

Sarah Dickinson | Sarah's Bookshelves

Sarah’s Bookshelves Live is a weekly show featuring real talk about books and book recommendations from a featured guest. Each week, Sarah of the blog Sarah’s Bookshelves will talk with her guest about: - 2 OLD BOOKS THEY LOVE - 2 NEW BOOKS THEY LOVE - 1 BOOK THEY DON’T LOVE - AND 1 NEW RELEASE THEY’RE EXCITED ABOUT I’m getting real about all things books and serving you up a bit of snark on the side.

The Literary Life Podcast

Angelina Stanford and Cindy Rollins

Episode 127: The Literary Life of Kay Pelham

On The Literary Life podcast today, our hosts are bringing you another “Literary Life Of” interview episode. This week’s guest is Kay Pelham, a lifelong reader, veteran homeschooling mother, and accomplished pianist. After sharing their commonplace quotes, Angelina, Cindy and Kay dig into their conversation about the journey of Kay’s reading life. She shares a little about her family of story-tellers and readers, her personal reading versus school studies, and how her reading life changed as a young adult. Kay also talks about how she came to homeschool using Charlotte Mason’s philosophy. The discussion turns to Kay’s self-education journey as an older adult and she gives encouragement for anyone coming to this later in life. You can read Kay’s own thoughts on books and more at Join us this spring for our next Literary Life Conference “The Battle Over Children’s Literature” featuring special guest speaker Vigen Guro

Business of Home Podcast

Business of Home, Dennis Scully

Kerry Joyce on the balance between beauty and business

It’s hard to find a designer more celebrated than Kerry Joyce—his work has landed him on the cover of top shelter magazines and earned him a regular spot on industry who’s who lists—not to mention his Emmy for set decoration. Kerry also runs a bustling product business, which includes everything from furniture and lighting to award-winning textiles and rugs. On this episode of the podcast, he chats with host Dennis Scully about finding the balance between creative passion and business, why the furniture industry is in such a state of flux, and the secrets behind a successful fabric line.  This episode is sponsored by Thibaut and Hartmann & ForbesLINKSKerry JoyceDennis ScullyBusiness of Home 

Eyewitness Beauty

Eyewitness Beauty

S2 Ep88: Our Platinum Jubilee

Annie and Nick discuss Sephora’s CEO switch-up, Isamaya Ffrench’s makeup collection, the under-reported connection between Uzbekistan’s former ruler and an esoteric haute perfumery company, plus they share a little news of their own. 

The Emerald

Joshua Schrei

War and Ritual Ecstasy

The horrors of war have been part of the human story since the beginning. While there have been differences in how different cultures have done it, war is so widespread that it is impossible to see it as anything other than a primal human drive that fulfills some type of deep somatic need. What is that somatic need? It is easy to chalk war up to a base and 'primitive' aggression or to cold, calculated policy objectives. But an increasing number of scholars and thinkers are finding something else when they examine the roots of war — war involves many of the same protocols and therefore serves much of the same purpose that traditional ecstatic ritual once served. Both traditionally involve group syncopation, drumming, invocation, consciousness alteration, all built around a ritual enactment within a dedicated time and space that leads participants towards a sacrificial catharsis that follows a mythic narrative. So war becomes a way of fulfillin


Somethin:Else Creative Studio

Pull up a seat and join superstar DJ Nick Grimshaw and Michelin-star chef Angela Hartnett as they talk food, drink, entertaining and more. Along the way they’ll be joined by some of their favourite dinner party guests including the stars of hit TV show Ted Lasso – Hannah Waddingham and Phil Dunster; Strictly Come Dancing Champion, Giovanni Pernice; award-winning comedian, Sindhu Vee, and TV presenter, James May. As well as chatting about life and work, they’ll be sharing tips and tricks for making cooking deliciously easy. Dish from Waitrose. Available wherever you get your podcasts.

Suspense | Old Time Radio


Ep945 | "Devilstone"

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Ulysses - James Joyce

RTÉ Radio 1

Episode 1 - Telemachus

Stephen breakfasts at the Tower in Sandycove.

All About Agatha (Christie)

All About Agatha (Christie)

And Then There Were 3: Postern of Fate by Agatha Christie

Well thank goodness I had Caroline Crampton, host of the fabulous Shedunnit podcast, to help me wade through the rather disorienting waters of this, the final novel Agatha Christie ever wrote. Get out your hankies--to wipe away not only your tears, but all the dust and spiders out in the garden shed, a.k.a. "KK." It's time to visit Tommy and Tuppence one last time.... This episode is brought to you by Britbox. Visit and use coupon code "AGATHA" for 50% off the first month of your monthly subscription. You can access bonus material on the podcast's Patreon page, over at:

Savvy Painter Podcast with Antrese Wood

Conversations about the business of art, inside the artist studio, and plei

Having Your Own Back - EP 280

Just like our paintings, we have visions for how we think our art journey should turn out and who we want to be as an artist. In order to achieve our full potential, we need to learn how to have our own backs and be our greatest advocates. On this episode, I’ll discuss how to shut down negative self-talk while maintaining high standards and embracing our humanity. Outline of This Episode [1:58] Why you need to have your own back  [5:32] The art of being kind to yourself [15:10] Why you still need high standards [22:21] How to embrace your humanity Resources Mentioned on this episode The Savvy Painter Growth Studio The Savvy Painter Community Connect With Antrese On Facebook On Pinterest On Instagram On Twitter

The Great Books

National Review

Episode 228: 'The Inheritors' by William Golding

John J. Miller is joined by Rebecca Wragg Sykes of the University of Liverpool to discuss William Golding's 'The Inheritors.'

Naked Beauty

Brooke DeVard

Debunking Beauty Myths + Finding the Perfect SPF ft. Charlotte Palermino of Dieux Skincare

Tune in for a rerun of one of my favorite Naked Beauty episodes with Charlotte Palermino, CEO of Dieux Skin and self-proclaimed skincare fairy godmother, who I recently caught up with in LA for Rhode Skin’s launch party. This episode was all about unpacking and debunking ALL of the beauty rules that so many of us subscribe to. From daily exfoliation, to DIY skincare, to beauty regulations, there’s a lot to get into! Link to Products Mentioned: Ep.29: Esme Brown, Chemist Confessions Balm Voyage, SkinCeuticals Retinol 0.3, CeraVe Retinol, BeautyStat Vitamin C, L’Oreal Revitalift Vitamin C, hanahana beauty Exfoliating Body Bar, CVS Clear Zinc SPF 50, Dr. Loretta Antioxidant Sunscreen SPF 40, Blue Lizard Mineral SunscreenJoin the Naked Beauty Community on IG:@nakedbeautyplanet  Check out for all previous episodes & search episodes by topicFollow C

Gunsmoke | Old Time Radio


Ep480 | "Letter of the Law"

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Outdoor Photography Podcast

Brenda Petrella

A Simple Guide to Photographing the Moon

Episode 54: Have you tried to photograph the moon only to be disappointed by your results?  Perhaps it’s too small, or it just looks like a big white blob, or it’s blurry?  In today’s Tidbit Tuesday, I answered a listener question about how to photograph the moon, including gear, settings, and some tips on composition.  Enjoy!LINKS MENTIONED:Episode 6: Protect Yourself From Ticks and Focusing in Landscape PhotographyEpisode 24: How to Expose for High Dynamic Range ScenesEpisode 30: Understanding Histograms, ETTR, and ETTLEpisode 46: Depth of Field Explained and How to Photograph the Moon With a ForegroundPhotoPills Friday Episode 5: How to Plan a Moon ImagePhotoPills Friday Episode 8: Tips for Getting a Huge MoonAll PhotoPills Friday episodesFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Out

Catholic Bible Study

Augustine Institute

World-renowned Catholic Scholars from the Augustine Institute Graduate School of Theology lead in-depth Catholic Bible Studies to help the faithful encounter the Scriptures to further understanding and devotion to the inspired Word of God. These Bible Studies are brought to you by FORMED and are made possible by the Mission Circle giving society. Consider furthering the mission of the Augustine Institute to help Catholics understand, live, and share their faith by visiting today.

From the Front Porch

The Bookshelf Thomasville

Episode 376 || Casting Call

This week on From the Front Porch, Annie is talking with her friends and fellow book club members for a new episode of Casting Call. They’re casting the characters in Bonnie Garmus’ debut novel, Lessons in Chemistry.
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The books mentioned in this episode can be purchased online from The Bookshelf:

Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus

From the Front Porch is a weekly podcast production of The Bookshelf, an independent bookstore in South Georgia. You can follow The Bookshelf’s daily happenings on Instagram at @bookshelftville, and all the books from today’s episode can be purchased online through our store website, 
A full transcript of today’s episode can be found here.
Special thanks to Dylan and his team at Studio D Podcast Production for sound and editing and for our theme music, which sets the

Afros and Knives

Tiffani Rozier

A bi-weekly, award-winning series that highlights the work and thoughtful conversations of Black women working and leading at the intersections of food and beverage, people and culture. We cover everything from the global impact of soul food to the influence of Black women on every part of Western culture.

Traditional Catholic Audiobooks


Lent Homilies from the Church Fathers

Lent Homilies from the Church Fathers

Case Closed! (old time radio)

Philip Marlowe and Broadway Is My Beat

This week on Case Closed, The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe starts off our hour with his broadcast from January 29, 1949, The Easy Mark. (29:47) Our second story is The Tori Jones Murder Case, the December 10, 1949 episode of Broadway Is My Beat. Download CaseClosed791 Visit for more information on how you [...]




از میان همه رفتن‌ها و تنها شدن‌ها که از زندگی آدم کابوس می‌سازند، مهیب‌ترین کابوس زندگی حسون را یک برق که بی‌موقع گذاشت رفت درست کرد. شرکت هالوفارم اعلام ورشکستی کرد، گفت کارگرهایش بیایند جای طلب یک چیزایی بردارند ببرند. در حالیکه حسون کنار سه تا خواهرهایش و ننه‌اش منتظر بود پدرش با یک وسپا یا جاروبرقی یا دو تا طاقه‌ی فرش دست دوم از در بیرون بیاید، ممد بادگیر آمد تا فقط یک دستگاه ویدیو رو کولش است، یک سونی تی‌سِوِن! ننه‌اش توی سه هفته از غم بی‌عرضگی شوهر پیر شد، ممد خودش یک هفته حرف نزد، چیزی هم نخورد، پا هم از خانه در نگذاشت. همه جا حرفش بود و نقل بی‌عرضگیش. روز هشتم به صرافت افتاد که حداقل بزند تو برق و روشنش کند، فیلمها را یکی یکی گذاشت، حسون زانو به زانوش بود و هر سیگاری که پدرش خاموش می‌کرد دلداریش می‌داد...اطلاعات اپیزود به ترتیب ورود:موسیقی Mohammad Darabifar - To Bemanموسیقی Mohammad Darabifar - Zire Noore Maah

Keep Calm and Cook On with Julia Turshen

Julia Turshen

Food + Romance: Jasmine Guillory

Bestselling romance novelist Jasmine Guillory talks to Julia Turshen about the role food plays in her books, why she writes about women with unapologetic appetites, and her favorite snacks.For more about Jasmine, head here.For more about Julia's Sunday afternoon cooking classes, head here.For Jasmine's Bustle essay, head here.For Jasmine's TIME essay, head here.For Rancho Gordo's popcorn kernels, head here.For Jasmine's favorite potato chips (Torres — Smoked Paprika), head here.For BjornQorn (Julia's favorite popcorn), head here.

The Lisa Congdon Sessions

Lisa Congdon, Co-Loop Podcast Network

Episode 24: Lisa Olivera on Embracing Our Complete, Flawed Humanity

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The Creative Penn Podcast For Writers

Joanna Penn

Kickstarter For Authors With Monica Leonelle

Would you like to successfully crowdfund your book on Kickstarter? Monica Leonelle shares practical and mindset tips for creating the right kind of project, as well as mistakes to avoid, and how to satisfy fans — and make money with your books. Monica and I recorded this before Brandon Sanderson's epic Kickstarter which has raised […]
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Talk Art

Russell Tovey and Robert Diament

Michaela Yearwood-Dan

We meet leading artist Michaela Yearwood-Dan to discuss her solo show The Sweetest Taboo, which runs until 26th April at Tiwani Contemporary, London. Recently the artist has been thinking about the priorities for affirming spaces of self and collective actualisation, specifically BIPOC and queer space(s), community needs and desires, that include her own.  Projected and inscribed upon the large-scale paintings, extracts of Yearwood-Dan’s experiences, influences, personal thoughts and questions commingle with abstracted and botanical gestures and marks that border, lead towards and give way to speculative clearings; spaces and gaps that have the capacity to be filled with utopic imaginings. The works remain vested in holding and debating the real-life politics and cultural demands of femme, black and queer individuals in the world coming together as communities, manifesting and nurturing critical, safe and joyous environments. &n

Team Deakins

James Ellis Deakins, Roger Deakins


EPISODE 163 - Byways Team Deakins discusses Roger’s new book BYWAYS as we head into a hiatus from the podcast. In this episode, we discuss what taking stills gives to Roger that film does not, how he enjoys observing things and places, how there is no pressure to shoot anything specific, what he likes to take images of, and why he prefers to shoot in black and white. We talk about his time shooting for the Beaford Archive and developing his eye. He likes dedicating his day to shooting on his stills camera and he only takes iPhone photographs when he’s fishing. We discuss our incredible and collaborative experience working with Damiani, the publishers of BYWAYS. IMAGES WE DISCUSSED: The Joy of Flight (72), Budapest Runners (116), and Lightning Strikes (131)

History of Westeros (Game of Thrones)

History of Westeros

Religion & Magic: Part 3 - Weirwood Tour (2014)

The episode features themes of blood and ancestry, as weirwoods tend to be inextricably tied to the surrounding area, both physically and culturally. Given the broad scope of this topic, quite a variety of related subjects come up. Heart tree-murdering Melisandre makes an appearance or two, the Wall is discussed as well as several members of House Stark and some very out of the way places you've barely heard of. We go from Beyond the Wall to the far south, considering not just where the weirwoods are, but where they might have been in the past. Given that there are so many places left unseen in the story, we make educated guesses where other trees might be. This isn't just about where the trees are, though. The absence of weirwoods can be as conspicuous as the most grotesque Heart Tree face. Published April 6, 2014.
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Design Time

Domino Magazine

Jonathan Adler on Creating His Signature Glamorous Style and Turning It Into a Design Dynasty

You know a Jonathan Adler piece when you see it. If you close your eyes, you can envision his original classic white vase—you know the one, covered in lips. With cheeky decorative goods, including his self-described groovy lighting and medicinal canisters, as well as statement-making velvet sofas, Jonathan’s work screams “having fun with glamour.”  Since expanding his brand worldwide, his modern, kitschy aesthetic has never felt more fresh, especially in a crowded global design marketplace. Tune in to hear all of the smart tips and tricks Jonathan has up his sleeve and what it takes to truly carve out your own creative path.

Sight Unseen


Introducing Families Who Kill: The Donut Shop Murders

In the era of some of the most heinous serial killers of all time — one murderous family went curiously unnoticed: The McCrary’s. Led by a psychopathic patriarch and his cunning son-in-law, this Texas clan roamed the country robbing, kidnapping, and killing up to 20 people, most of them taken from donut shops. “Families who Kill: The Donut Shop Murders” recounts the wild and deeply disturbing story of an unhinged American family and the terrible brutality they unleashed. The podcast features the taped confessions of one of the killers, given when he was serving a life term in Colorado.Listen to the rest of this episode at Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Saints Alive Podcast

Saints Alive

Our Lady of Fatima

Travel back in time to the year 1917...the world was at war for the first time and millions had been killed. Terror and heartbreak seized hearts across the world. Until something extraordinary happened in the most unlikely of places. In the small, humble village of Fatima, three shepherd children carried out a message from Our Lady that changed everything.Parental Guidance Note: At minute 19:40 we delicately and quickly describe the vision of Hell the three children of Fatima witnessed. Pre-screen if necessary at your discretion. We did our best to capture the entirety of Our Lady's message while understanding many young ears will be listening.Support the show

Curious City

WBEZ Chicago

How often do judges get voted out of office?

Editor's note: This episode has been updated with new statements from Judge Matthew Coghlan. Every election, after breezing through their choices for governor, president, senators, and state reps, Cook County voters face the longest part of the ballot: Circuit Court judges.

Though the candidates running for judge may be the most obscure, judges are the elected officials any voter is most likely to encounter and the ones whose decisions can have the most direct impact on their life. Anytime you get divorced, sue for damages after a car accident, or face accusations of committing a crime — a judge is involved. And once a judge is elected, it’s rare they’ll ever be removed from office. This week, reporter Maya Dukmasova from Injustice Watch answers a question about why that’s the case.

Allure: The Science of Beauty

Allure & Condé Nast

S2 Ep. 6 | Hair Dye

It's our final episode of the year! After reviewing the colorful — pun very-much intended — history of hair dye, Jenny and Dianna team up with cosmetic chemist Dr. Anne Wagner to answer all your burning (well, hopefully not burning) questions about coloring your hair. 

This episode of Allure: The Science of Beauty is presented by Head & Shoulders, available at Target.

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داستان شب

Mohammad Amin Chitgaran

2016. جُمعِــگی (چهاردَهم)

دوستان ظهر جمعه بخیر

شماره‌ی دوهزار و شانزدهم
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Swish and Flick: A Harry Potter Podcast

Swish and Flick Podcast

Episode 241 - A Ginuwine Episode

God Rest Ye Merry Hippogriffs! IT IS CHRISTMAS. And Harry was right... Malfoy IS up to something! Ron can't deny it anymore and Harry is happy to tell him I Told You So. But enough about that – let's enjoy another Weasley Christmas!
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Gleam Tower Media

Hmonglish is a podcast that explores the intersection of Hmong and American culture. Co-hosts Chef Yia Vang and news anchor Gia Vang have lived their entire lives processing their Hmong-American identities. This program provides a space for them to explore this dual heritage while also educating the populace on Hmong culture with the help of guests and other members of their community.

Stars on Suspense (Old Time Radio)

Mean Streets Podcasts

Episode 275 - Marsha Hunt

Marsha Hunt began her career in Hollywood in the 1930s, but she was blacklisted after she took a stand against McCarthyism and the Communist witch hunt in Hollywood. Though she continued to act in films and television, she rededicated her life to philanthropy and activisim, and she's still with us today. We'll hear her as a long-suffering niece who sees an opportunity to get rid of an abusive (and wealthy) aunt in "Pink Camellias" (originally aired on CBS on December 27, 1945). Then, she's a woman with no shortage of lovers, a husband she doesn't love, and a murder plan in "Self Defense" (originally aired on CBS on October 16, 1947).

Whetstone Audio Dispatch

Whetstone Radio Collective

Whetstone Audio Dispatch is a series of remarkable one-off episodes about global foodways exploring community, climate, activism and politics brought to you by journalists and reporters from around the world. Think of it as a storytelling popup, a one-pot feast serving up fresh ideas and best-in-class reportage about current events, food sovereignty, seed keeping, food origins, ancestral recipes and culinary anthropology. Hosted by Whetstone founder Stephen Satterfield.

The Horror! (Old Time Radio)

Double Exposure by The Columbia Workshop

We hear from the Columbia Workshop on The Horror this week. From February 15, 1940, here's their story titled, Double Exposure. More from Columbia Workshop Download TheHorror1057 Support Relic Radio

UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy

Jane Portman

BDTP. Conversion Copywriting with Chris Silvestri

Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk with Chris Silvestri, copywriter, designer, and founder of Conversion Alchemy. You'll learn the strategies to increase conversions on landing pages and blog posts, the power of heatmaps and usability testing, resources for further CRO learning, and more.Please head over to the episode page for the detailed recap and key takeaways.Show notesConversion Alchemy — Chris’s copywriting and design businessQuinn Zeda — founder of Conversion CrimesClickUp — an example of a cohesive experienceHotjar, Smartlook — tools for measuring user behaviorClickUp, Balsamiq — examples of great blog designBaymard Institute — group that has research on usability studiesCopyhackers — a popular resource for conversion copywritersMECLABS Institute — resource for understanding buying behaviorConversion Alchemy Journal — Chris’s daily newsletter Follow Chris on TwitterSponsor

Tom & Lorenzo's Pop Style Opinionfest


You Can’t Roll A Ball Halfway Down a Hill

T Lo talk about the recent attacks on Drag Queen Story Hour across the country, how they're related to the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, and why allyship is more important than ever.

XOXO with Jessica Szohr


Mailbag with Tyler McCall

For our very first mailbag episode, Jessica brings on Gossip Girl historian Tyler McCall to go through all of your burning fan questions! They talk steamy moments from Season 1, Jessica’s favorite stories from set, and who they wish Gossip Girl had turned out to be.

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David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

Somethin' Else & No Mystery

David Tennant, star of Doctor Who, Good Omens and Broadchurch, gets talking with the biggest names from TV, movies, comedy and elsewhere. Featuring superstar names like Olivia Colman, James Cordon and Whoopi Goldberg. A Somethin’ Else and No Mystery production. Head to STORE.TENNANTPODCAST.COM to get your hands on the brand new David Tennant Does A Podcast With travel cups, metal water bottles and mugs. Exclusive! Grab the NordVPN deal ➼ Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee!

Who What Wear with Hillary Kerr

Who What Wear

Amy Odell on Writing and Researching the Definitive Biography of Anna Wintour, Anna

Fashion and culture journalist Amy Odell has just released the highly anticipated definitive biography of Vogue Editor in Chief and cultural icon Anna Wintour. Anna is a highly researched and detailed account of everything you’ve wanted to know about the powerful woman behind the blunt bob and sunglasses. But when writing a book about the most influential woman in media, how do you get her closest confidants to agree to speak with you? Do you reveal your intention to Anna herself? How do you decide which personal encounters to trust? Amy’s here to answer all those questions and more.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Reading Ferdowsi فردوسی خوانی

Amir Khadem

صدوهفتادونهم: داستان مرگ یزدگرد

Sister Cult

Belen & Mya

18. Listeners Write In! Accidental Text Stories...

This week the sisters chat about Mya's 20th birthday and her fun Midsummer picnic... who knows maybe a Sister Cult meet up coming soon??? They also read the stories that YOU sent in. Embarrassing accidental text stories. Warning: lots of laughs and lots of cringes.Insta:@myabenway@belenlbenway@sistercultpodcastTikTok:Mya BenwayBelen Benway

پادکست ناوکست / Navcast

Roshan Abady

قسمت هفتاد و سه - حیوانی که خدا شد

تو این قسمت٫ ترجمهٔ کتاب سِیپیِنز تموم میشه.

و هراری چند تا سوال و پیشبینی در مورد آیندهٔ بشر مطرح میکنه.

 پشتیبانی از ناوکست  
از اینجا به واوکست هم گوش بدین


:ناوکست در

اینستاگرام .  توییتر .  تلگرام 

The Hutchmoot Podcast

The Rabbit Room Podcast Network

The Trees at the Heart of Creation

We're excited to share a session led by Andrew Peterson and Tim Mackie (of the Bible Project) called “The Trees at the Heart of Creation” from 2021’s Hutchmoot: Homebound.

In this session, Andrew and Tim discuss the prominence of trees in biblical narratives and how they help us unlock scripture in fresh, new ways.

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Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver


Lindsey Jacobellis

Minnie questions Lindsey Jacobellis, the most decorated female snowboard cross athlete of all time and four time Olympian. Lindsey shares the story of a fateful fire, how her brother helped shape her athletic career, and how it felt finally receiving an Olympic Gold Medal.

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The Alan Watts Sleep Cast


A collection of speeches from the philosopher, Alan Watts. With added binaural music to help you drift off to sleep!Follow me on YouTube for more episodes as I can only post 2 hours a month here for free!Due to the free plan of Buzzsprout, episodes are deleted after 2 months Contact me: Don't Forget to like, comment, share and subscribe See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Beginner Photography Podcast

Raymond Hatfield

BPP 295: Nathaniel Crawford - Food Is A Language Everyone Can Understand

Nate Crawfords is a Chicago Based Food and lifestyle photographer. I heard Nate on the Craft and Cluster podcast and after looking at his work, completely fell in love. If I shot food professionally its exactly what I would want them to look like. There is a since of life and joy in all of his images, so today we talk about that, how to give inanimate object life, how he used past, non photography experience to help him stand out, and how he pitches himself to brands and clients, and how you can too!Resources:Chicago Food Photographer Nathaniel Crawfords WebsiteFollow Nathaniel on InstagramJoin The Beginner Photography Podcast Facebook CommunityFree Lightroom Presets!Lets make episode 300 amazing!I want to hear from you! Just click the link below to submit a question or a message for episode 300!

A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica

Dear Media

Beauty Stuff We're Loving—Plus Themed Entertainment

Introducing an ode to the beauty products and concepts we’ve been very into. Plus! The odd joy of creating entertainment syllabi to curb streaming (and reading) indecision.   If you’re also looking to take a Kirsten Dunst deep-dive, you’re gonna want to read this New Yorker piece.   The beauty products we’re all about: Escentric Molecules Molecule 01, Freck Cheekslime in Fielding, Westman Atelier Baby Cheeks Blush Stick in Petal, Trish McEvoy Long-Wear Lipliner in Barely Nude, Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat in Iconic Nude, Jenni Kayne Oak Essentials Cleansing Balm, Clinique’s Take the Day off Cleansing Balm, and Shani Darden Retinol Reform.    And if you’re looking to learn more about dry skin vs. dehydrated skin, dig into this Byrdie article.    Let’s not forget to acknowledge accidental plopping after a Sunday-night shower.   Share the beauty stuff you think we really have to try at 833-632-5463, podcast@athingortwohq.c

The Human Action Podcast

Jeff Deist

The Human Action Podcast features in-depth interviews on current topics in economics through an Austro-libertarian lens.