Fresh Air


'Succession' Actor Matthew Macfadyen

In 2005, the British actor played brooding aristocrat Mr. Darcy in the film adaptation of Pride & Prejudice. Now, he's a scheming Midwesterner on Succession: "Tom Wambsgans is a long way from Mr. Darcy," he says. We talk about Tom's complicated relationships with Shiv Roy and cousin Greg, Macfadyen's background in the theater, and how he didn't think he was "dishy" enough to play Mr. Darcy. Also, we remember Vietnamese Buddhist monk and activist Thich Nhat Hanh. He died Jan. 22.

The Moth

The Moth

The Moth Radio Hour: The Universe of Impossible Things

In this hour, stories of doing the seemingly impossible; taking a risk for a chance at love, trusting a gut instinct, believing in a message from beyond and shooting (literally) for the stars. Hosted by The Moth's Senior Producer, Meg Bowles. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

Host: Meg Bowles

Storytellers: Daniel Heuman, Navreet Chawla, Ashok Ramasubramanian, Cathy Olkin

99% Invisible

Roman Mars

474- The Punisher Skull

The Punisher has always been a complicated Marvel antihero: a man whose creator imagined him as a reaction to the failures of government at home and in the Vietnam War. So why is the Punisher’s trademark dripping skull insignia — a menacing image used throughout history to denote imminent death — being painted on police vehicles, adopted by members of the military, and donned by white supremacists?This episode of Endless Thread explores the story of The Punisher’s symbol as a meme, and looks at how well we understand its origins, its use today, and whether its creator — or Marvel — can take it back.

XOXO with Jessica Szohr


Hosted by Jessica Szohr, XOXO will be the ultimate deep dive into the cultural phenomenon known as Gossip Girl. Featuring interviews with the cast and crew, as well as moguls in music, fashion, and entertainment, Jessica will bring to life behind-the-scenes stories, on-set memories, New York City, fan favorite episodes, and more. Most of all, the podcast will be a walk down memory lane for the cast, crew, and fans alike, showing just how Gossip Girl changed their lives and influenced the culture of today - in addition to millions of fans across the world.


Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley

Guest Episode: Graveyard Cookies and Dollhouse Crimes

Gastropod is excited to present this guest episode—actually, two episodes—from the podcast Atlas Oscura: one all about the Spritz Cookie Gravestone and the other on the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Deaths. Atlas Obscura is a daily celebration of the world’s most wondrous, unexpected, even strange places, from the largest organism on the planet to the world’s only museum dedicated entirely to microbes. Listen in now for a deliciously unexpected combination of recipes and graves, as well as to hear how a set of exquisite dollhouses in Baltimore, Md. shaped the field of criminal forensics.
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Bon Appétit Food People

Bon Appétit

What does “healthy eating” even mean?

It’s New Year's resolution season, which has a lot of us thinking about eating healthier. That word, “healthy,” can mean so many different things to so many different people—so much so that finding a good definition can be pretty tough. But senior food editor Christina Chaey's new series of recipes from our annual Healthyish issue are a good starting point. This week on the podcast, Christina joins Amanda to talk through what she’s been cooking so far in 2022, then associate editor Ali Francis stops by to talk medicinal mushrooms, comfort foods, and more wellness trends we’re expecting to see a lot of in the year to come.

Stuff we talk about in this episode: 

Christina Chaey’s Sticky and Spicy Baked Cauliflower recipe :

Christina Chaey’s Cheesy Tomato Beans with Broccoli Rabe recipe:

The Magnus Archives

Rusty Quill

Join us for Rusty Quill Gaming and Giving 2021!

It’s back!Gaming and Giving is streaming live on from 4th December at 5pm GMT and this year we’re raising money for three more charities: Mermaids, Action Aid and Centrepoint.Once again we’re trying to raise £20,000 to split between all three charities, but this time there’s a twist. This year we’ve reached out even more games companies ad developers, like Czech Games, CoatSink and Devolver Digital, Grant Howitt and MacGuffin & Co plus a few more, to give us some awesome prizes that you enter to win simply by donating!Also, based on your feedback we’ve created a special ticketed backstage space for you to come and mingle with both the cast and crew of Rusty Quill as well as your friends from the chat! All proceeds from the ticket sales go directly to the three charities - take a look at our website for more info.So come join in at between 5pm GMT on Saturday

Myths and Legends

Jason Weiser, Carissa Weiser

251-Icelandic Legends: Ghosts of Christmas Past

Two stories of Christmas in Iceland. So that apparently means wizards and zombies?

The creature is the Cuegle! It's like a walking great white shark with terrible self-esteem



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Snap Judgment Presents: Spooked

Snap Judgment

Romeo & Juliet

This episode was formerly subscriber-only. Enjoy! Season 6's upcoming episodes will become subscriber-only. The season will run through Spring, 2022. To hear all #Spooked episodes as they’re released, subscribe to Luminary directly, or to the Luminary Channel on Apple Podcasts.

A pair of star-crossed lovers encounter the paranormal in fair Wisconsin, where we lay our scene.

Thank you, Kelsey Brennan & Andy Truschinski, for sharing your story with Spooked!

Produced by Zöe Ferrigno, original score by Nicholas Marks

Season 6 - Episode 9

Snap Judgment

Snap Judgment and PRX

Radio 77 - Snap Classic

A DJ hosts a radio show from a garden shed in his backyard. For over forty years he had an audience of one.

This story was co-produced in partnership with our friends at Narratively, which celebrates humanity through authentic storytelling. They have amazing stories, podcasts, and so much more.

Reporting for this piece came from Jeff Maysh. It was produced by Jeff Maysh, John Fecile, and Narratively‘s founder, Noah Rosenberg.

Original Score by Renzo Gorrio

Artwork by Teo Ducot

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Art Fraud

Cavalry Audio and iHeartPodcasts

An investigative journey through one of the biggest cases of art fraud in US history: The Knoedler Gallery. Written by VANITY FAIR reporter Michael Shnayerson and hosted by Alec Baldwin, ART FRAUD exposes the scandal of dozens of disputed paintings, and over 80 million dollars in profit that led to the stunning collapse of one of the oldest and most revered art galleries in New York City. Presented by Cavalry Audio and iHeartRadio

The Book Review

The New York Times

Talking About the 10 Best Books of 2021

Earlier this week, several editors at The New York Times got together (virtually) for a live taping of the podcast to discuss the Book Review’s list of the year’s 10 Best Books. (If you haven’t seen the list yet and don’t want spoilers before listening, the choices are revealed one by one on the podcast.)In addition to the 10 Best Books, the editors discuss on this episode some of their favorite works from the year that didn’t make the list. Here are those additional books the editors discuss:“The Magician” by Thomas Mann“Klara and the Sun” by Kazuo Ishiguro“Razorblade Tears” by S.A. Cosby“Wayward” by Dana Spiotta“Dirty Work” by Eyal Press“Beautiful World, Where Are You” by Sally Rooney“The Life of the Mind” by Christine Smallwood“Crossroads” by Jonathan Franzen“The Prophets” by Robert Jones Jr.“Our Country Friends” by Gary Shteyngart

Jane and Jesus


What is the life worth living? What are our obligations to ourselves and to others? What does love mean, and how might we embody virtue? These questions are as ancient as humanity’s primordial pursuit for self-understanding, and our podcast will examine them and others by looking at the surprising intersections of two figures: Jesus Christ and Jane Austen. Our host, Karen Swallow Prior will closely read a different one of Austen’s novels each season, and by examining her characters in light of Christ’s teachings, she and her guests hope to shed light on both, presenting a take on literature and popular culture that is as edifying as it is entertaining. Jane and Jesus is a SoulShop original.

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver


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. […]

Gals on the Go


GIRL TALK: green flags, confidence chat + learning to love yourself!

Brooke and Danielle are sitting down for a GIRL TALK!  The gals discuss some dating green flags they experienced which indicated that they are in the right relationships, confidence when it comes to social media, and how they are learning to love themselves!  Brooke and Danielle also discuss their weekends, and Danielle’s travel to Indiana.  Be sure to tag @galsonthegopodcast in your listening selfies/stories!


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Finding Raffi

iHeartPodcasts and Fatherly

Raffi Cavoukian is a magical musician. His songs, like “Baby Beluga” and “Down by the Bay,” have wordplay and rhyme schemes that are as crowd-pleasing as they come — sweet, silly sing-alongs for kids and adults alike. But his work is anything but simple. Much like the folk singers who inspired him, a radical philosophy underscores all that he does. In "Finding Raffi,” comedian, writer, and podcaster Chris Garcia takes us on a journey through a 10-part series tracing Raffi’s life from aspiring folk singer to international kids’ superstar to outspoken activist for climate action and a child-centric world. Produced in partnership with Rococo Punch.

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

Mythical & Ramble

Is TikTok Ruining Food?

TikTok has influenced the world in many ways, but when it comes to food, has TikTok gone too far?
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Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio

Milk Street Radio

Pickles, Life and Death: The World of Fermentation

Fermentation expert Sandor Katz takes on a journey around the globe for a look at some of the world’s greatest fermented foods. He tells us about the joys of making sauerkraut and why fermentation may hold the secret to life. Plus, cookbook author Kristina Cho guides us through classic Chinese baking at home, J. Kenji López-Alt reinvents leftover mashed potatoes, and we learn to make Japanese-style curry. Get the recipe for Japanese-Style Chicken & Vegetable Curry: want to hear your culinary tips! Share your cooking hacks, secret ingredients or unexpected techniques with us for a chance to hear yourself on Milk Street Radio! Here's how:  See for privacy and opt-out information.

What Should I Read Next?

Anne Bogel | Wondery

Ep 307: Writers start as readers

If you've ever dreamed about becoming a writer, you're not alone. Writers begin as readers, after all, whether they're grounded in a love of memoir, fantasy, or any other genre on the shelf. Today's guest has built a career around coaching people from all backgrounds to embrace the joy of writing.Allison Fallon (Ally) is a Nashville-based writing coach and author of The Power of Writing it Down. She's seen firsthand the benefits that people experience when they begin to write, whether it's in a personal journal or a draft of a future publication. Ally's also a lifelong reader who has struggled to find as much time to read as she'd like since starting a family.Join Anne and Ally today in a conversation about how writing impacts us, the power of reading to transform us, and our shared appreciation for stories about complex human relationships. Anne has a few suggestions to help Ally re-discover her reading rhythm, and recommends s

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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The Jimmy Dore Show

Jimmy Dore

CNN FINALLY Suspends Chris Cuomo!

Democrats TURN on Merrick Garland Over Jan 6 Investigation, Fauci Uses “Science” As Defense for His Lies Featuring Mike MacRae, and Stef Zamorano! Phone calls from Dr. Fauci and Jake Tapper!

The Sporkful

Dan Pashman and Stitcher

Jacques Pépin Is Still Teaching — And Learning

Jacques Pépin has spent his career defying expectations. By 1958, at the age of 23, he had cooked for three French presidents. But he left that life to work at a high-end restaurant in New York, then gave that up to cook at Howard Johnson's, making food for the masses. After a life-altering accident, Jacques found his next love: teaching other people how to cook. By the early ‘90s he was one of America’s best-known TV chefs. This week, Dan visits Jacques at his home in Connecticut, where the chef shares his recipe for SPAM, talks about his pandemic pivot to Instagram, and discusses the pleasures of a life spent experimenting.If you want to see photos of Jacques’s menu books, his wall of pots and pans, and more, follow Dan on Instagram.And in other big news, you can now buy tickets for our Sporkful Live event! On Wednesday, March 9, at the Swedish American Hall in San Francisco, Dan will be talking with the one and only J. Kenji

The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker

Kevin Barry Reads V. S. Pritchett

Kevin Barry joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “A Family Man,” by V. S. Pritchett, which was published in The New Yorker in 1977. Barry is a winner of the International Dublin Literary Award and the author of six books of fiction, most recently the story collection “That Old Country Music,” which came out in 2020.

The Splendid Table

American Public Media

722: Staying Close, Even When Distant with Sam Sanders and more

We’re working on connecting this week with advice from Sam Sanders on making real conversation, food gifting with Deb Perelman, and the art of gathering with Priya Parker.


Mehdi Sotoudeh

Episode 54

کیهان کلهر موسیقیدان، آهنگساز و نوازنده ایرانی متولد ۳ آذر ۱۳۴۲ در تهران است، ساز تخصصی او کمانچه است و افـزون بر آن تنبـور، سه‌تار و شاه‌کمان نیز مـی نوازد. کلهر با بسیاری از هنرمندان نامی ایرانی همانند محمدرضا شجریان، شهرام ناظری، حسین علیزاده، علی‌اکبر مرادی، علیرضا افتخاری، ایرج بسطامی، همایون شجــریان، مجید خلج و اعضای گروه دستان آهنگسازی و نوازندگی کرده‌ است.

کیهان کلهر برای شناساندن موسیقی ایرانی به غیر ایرانی‌ها تلاشهای بسیاری کـرده‌ است، همکاری هنـری او با هنرمندان گوناگون از فرهنگ‌های دیگر از جمله اِردال ارزنجان از ترکیه، شجاعت حسین خان از هند، یویوما از چین، ارکستر فیلارمونیک نیویورک، رامبراندت تریو از هلند، ژائو ژیپینگ از ژاپن، عالیم قاسم اُف از جمهوری آذربایجان، تومانی دایاباته از مالی، کوارتت کرونوس و بروکلین رایدر از آمریکا وی را به هنرمندی جهانی تبدیل کرده‌ است و شنوندگان زیادی در بین غیر ایرانی‌ها دارد. او معتقد است: «موزیسین، موسیقـی‌دان یا موسیقی‌شناس باید به ریاضیات، تاریخ و ادبیات آشنا باشد.»

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Poetry Unbound

On Being Studios

Danez Smith — i’m going back to Minnesota where sadness makes sense

In a poem brimming with love and nostalgia for winter, a poet leaves California to return to their Minnesotan homeplace, a place where winter makes sense, where sadness makes sense, where the isolation that’s at the heart of humanity can be met with a landscape that can contain it. Here, solitude is looked at with wisdom and necessity. A season can deepen the human experience. Joy finds new expressions.Danez Smith is a Black, queer, HIV-positive writer and performer from St. Paul, Minnesota. They are the author of Homie and Don’t Call Us Dead, which was a finalist for the National Book Award.Find the transcript for this show at

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!

Lipstick on the Rim

Dear Media, Molly Sims

2022 Trends Explained: Every Food, Beauty, Fitness, & Health Trend That You’re Guaranteed To Try, Love, & Make Part of Your Routine This Year

Do you want an all-access pass to all the upcoming trends for 2022? Consider this episode your guide to everything you’ll be trying & obsessing over this year. From food and health to beauty and fitness, we asked the experts. Kate Spies from the trusted and iconic source Well + Good joins us to spill on all their annual trend report. She’s sharing the next generation of beauty devices, why there’s a return to skin minimalism, and the exact makeup products to keep an eye out for - spoiler alert, there will be glitter. We dive into what exercises you’ll be obsessing over this year and the latest noodle you’ll be using in all your dishes this year. Run don’t walk.   You can find more on Well + Good at @iamwellandgood and at   For products mentioned in this episode, head to

Climate Cuisine

Whetstone Radio Collective

Climate Cuisine is a podcast that explores how sustainable crops are used in similar climate zones around the world. In the hands of different cultures, a single ingredient can take on many wondrous forms. Staple crops are seldomly confined to time or place, and thrive where they can— if climatic conditions allow. Climate Cuisine profiles how sustainable, soil-building crops that share the same biome are grown, prepared, and eaten around the world. As the world faces alarming upward shifts in base temperature, climate-centric conversations about crops become increasingly important to the resiliency and survival of our food systems.

Life with Marianna

Dear Media, Marianna Hewitt

Why Gut Health is So Important with Dr. Kellyann

What is gut health and why is it important? Dr. Kellyann Petrucci is here to teach us! She is a naturopathic doctor and best-selling author who has devoted her careers to gut health. Dr. Kellyann shares the principles of gut health: from what it is, why it’s so important to the body, the gut’s worst enemy, and her secret tips to heal it. Follow Marianna on Instagram Keep up with Dr. Kellyann This week’s episode is sponsored by: Cerebral: 65% off your first month of medication management + care counseling at Gorjana: for your free jewelry roll with your purchase HUM Nutrition: MARIANNA for 20% off your first order of $39+ at Produced by Dear Media

The Morgan Harper Nichols Show

Morgan Harper Nichols

Three things you're allowed to do when you're looking to find people you can trust

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No Gorge

No Gorge

No Gorge Ep6: Boy Gossip and Locksmith UPDATE

Hi Gorge! This week Violet and Mik check in about life, liberty, and locksmiths. 


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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.

Twenty Thousand Hertz

Dallas Taylor

Sul Sul

When The Sims was first being developed, the creators faced a problem. They knew they wanted these characters to talk and interact, but they were worried that using a real language would quickly get repetitive and annoying. So, they decided to make one up. This is the story of Simlish: How it was created, why it works so well, and why artists ranging from The Black Eyed Peas to The Flaming Lips have re-recorded their songs in this gibberish language. Featuring Sims Designer & Voiceover Director Claire Curtin, Composer & Audio Director Jerry Martin, voice actress Krizia Bajos, and Youtuber Rachybop.

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Something Scary



As a society we are obsessed with games. We love to watch them and cheer for our favorite teams. We love to play with our friends. But sometimes, the fear of losing will make you so desperate you will do whatever it takes to win. Even if it means risking your own life and taking down everyone else around you in your fatal games.

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Finally in our featured story, a fatal game of Bloody Mary

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Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters Media

Best of Design Matters: Roz Chast

Roz Chast joins to talk about her remarkable life and how she earned a coveted spot as a cartoonist for The New Yorker.

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.

Life and Books and Everything

Kevin DeYoung

Life and Books and Everything is a podcast hosted by Kevin DeYoung where discussions center on, well, life and books and everything. As a church pastor and theology professor, Kevin loves to talk about faith, theology, history, current events, and the occasional hot topic. The format for LBE includes interviews with leading authors and thinkers, recurring conversations with Justin Taylor and Collin Hansen, and the occasional solo musing from Kevin. Listen in and we hope you will learn something, laugh a little, and get some good book recommendations along the way.

Creative Pep Talk

Andy J. Pizza, Co-Loop Podcast Network

347 - How to Find Your Story and Unlock New Profound Depths in Your Work

__________Listen and Subscribe on Apple, Spotify and more: available at NOTESBrian Cox - Are You a Hologram Elfman on Song Exploder Miller - A Million Miles in a Thousand Years’s Journey Joseph Campbell is one of my most effective ways to stand out as a creator online these days - and with Storyblocks you can take your videos to the next level - with Affordable Subscriptions, Unlimited Downloads, and 1M+ Royalty Free Assets - you can level up your content at’s nothing better than getting better. Accomplishing growt

Dressed: The History of Fashion


Fashion History Now #35: Fashion Storytelling with Damian Jöel

We are joined by Damian Jöel, an interdisciplinary artist and fashion storyteller whose fashion story "Songs of the Gullah" is at the heart of the new exhibition History is Rarely Black or White on view at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre in Ontario, Canada.
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The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio

Adam Graham

EP3600: Philo Vance: The Coachman Murder Case

A fisherman who runs a rayon business is found murdered in his pool. Original Air Date: November 14, 1946 Support the show monthly at

Inside Trader Joe's

Trader Joe's

Episode 46: 13th Annual Trader Joe's Customer Choice Awards

It’s awards season, and time for our products to walk the red carpet. The votes have been counted, and on this episode of Inside Trader Joe’s, all the winners are revealed. Favorite Entree? Check. Vegan and Vegetarian faves? Check. Favorite Overall? Check. It. Out. Listen in to find out if your favorite is a winner, or just honored to be nominated!  Transcript (PDF)

MuggleCast: the Harry Potter podcast

Harry Potter

546: How Will Jacob Remain a Vital Part of 'Fantastic Beasts'?

With just three months to go until the release of Secrets of Dumbledore, we continue our Fantastic Beasts character discussions with Jacob Kowalski!  The heart of the Fantastic Beasts series is a true, loyal friend and partner. But what does the future hold for him? Slipping on a strudel? Getting lost in Newt's suitcase? Don't miss our Top 10 Ways in Which Jacob Kowalski WILL DIE! And next week we explore the loving/semi-toxic relationship between Lily Potter and Severus Snape, so send us your feedback!

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Fantastic Beasts Character Discussion: Jacob Kowalski
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Nicholas Wilton

The Artist’s Gift - Nicholas Wilton - Ep 12 - One of the many gifts that artists possess is a unique sensitivity to the world around us. We feel…EVERYTHING. If the lighting is off, we know. If the volume is too loud, we know. If a live band's tempo is slightly dragging you can almost guarantee that every musician in the audience is losing their collective mind. But we also feel deeper things. Like when an opportunity is presenting itself or when someone might be dishonest. And while feeling everything so deeply and so constantly may seem like a burden to some, the story of how I learned to embrace this part of myself is one I will never forget. Join me, as I share the story of a chance college encounter that changed my life. This meeting allowed me to recognize that my sensitivity is what enables me to be an artist in the first place. However, my paradigm shift didn’t happen because I met a person. I owe it all to a wild baby crow. ======================

Selected Shorts

Symphony Space


Guest host Hope Davis presents three uncanny stories featuring children.  In Simon Rich’s hilarious “The Baby,” a novelist faces competition from his unborn son.  Jason Mantzoukas is the reader.  A children’s game takes a strange turn in Fiona McFarlane’s “Buttony,” read by Jin Ha.  And Etgar Keret offers up an unusual mother-son story—and lots of calories--in “Crumb Cake,” performed by Andy Richter.

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The Wintering Sessions with Katherine May

Katherine May

In The Wintering Sessions, Katherine May asks guests about life in the cold: our literal and metaphorical dark seasons, and how to survive them. In slow, thoughtful conversations, writers and performers share their wisdom on enduring difficult times. Frank, vulnerable, melancholy and redemptive, The Wintering Sessions burrows deep into the complexity of being human.  ‘A tender examination of our fallow seasons in life’ The Guardian See for privacy and opt-out information.

Marvel's Wolverine: The Lost Trail

Marvel & SiriusXM

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. […]

Always Hungry with Bobby Flay and Sophie Flay


Food Trucks

In this episode, Bobby & Sophie are diving deep into the world of food trucks. Listen to hear Sophie's favorite trucks from the west coast, why Bobby thinks they make for such a clever business venture, and finally, find out which famous food truck dish Bobby & Sophie are enjoying together for this conversation.
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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

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Dear Alice | Interior Design

LaunchPod Media

Nurseries | Next Time on Dear Alice

The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion

Christian Louboutin on Balancing Personal Identity and Public Brand | BoF VOICES 2021

On the heels of selling a 24 percent stake in his namesake label, valuing it at $2.7 billion, Louboutin spoke with Rozan Ahmed at BoF VOICES 2021 about how his identity and upbringing have shaped his approach to business and life. Join BoF Professional for the analysis and advice you need. Get 30 days for just $1 or explore group subscriptions for your business.



vol.429 六兽:喜剧只是手段,所有的艺术都是悲剧

vol.429 六兽:喜剧只是手段,所有的艺术都是悲剧主播|李叔 小伙子 嘉宾|六兽我们这下厉害了!拥有脱口秀演员、播客主播、喜剧编剧等多重身份的六兽正式做客日谈,和李叔、小伙子一起聊聊最近刚收官的喜剧综艺节目《一年一度喜剧大赛》,以及自己作为喜剧编剧的台前幕后。Sketch究竟是一种什么样的喜剧形式?喜剧编剧在综艺节目中的工作流程是怎样的?喜剧作品里都有哪些常用的“招儿”?狗坨子风格到底是个啥?喜剧的“底”应该怎么收?非科班是否有机会成为喜剧编剧?大家从喜欢的喜剧风格漫谈开来,聊到了节目中最打动自己的喜剧作品。对创作者来说,也许模糊的才是准确的。对观众来说,除了收获欢乐,我们也有机会从喜剧中照见自己。封面故事:六兽:“比赛过程中,某天下雨,大家都累坏了。躺着的是蒋龙,张驰和叶浏,排练到一半,大家都昏睡过去了,我戴着蒋龙的帽子,自己坐在墙边,在想本子该咋办,是创作期间的一个小小的至暗时刻。虽然这张照片拍摄在作品《女友来了》那个赛段,但是房间地上的道具里已经有金箍棒了,我面前的袋子里装的是孙行者的衣服,蒋龙自己买的,《悟空》真的是我们从夏天到冬天最想搞的题材。”|Song List|01.林友声,上海乐团管弦乐队 - 小刀会序曲02.屠洪刚 - 中国功夫 (live)03.张建峰 - 叫小番04.Alan Hawkshaw - Hawkwind and Fire.1

Modernist Pizza Podcast

Modernist Cuisine / Michael Harlan Turkell

The Modernist Pizza Podcast will record the science, history, and culture of pizza, all told through in-depth interviews by host Michael Harlan Turkell, as well as insights by Nathan Myhrvold & Francisco Migoya, the coauthors of Modernist Pizza a 1700+ page book all about pizza. They’ll chew over the world’s most popular food, with the people who have been part of its storied past, and are shaping its yet to be told future. Each slice of this series examines a different piece of pizza, from its origins to evolution, deep dives into flour, sauce, and cheese, as well as the proliferation of regional styles and its boundless global influence. From Naples to New York City, South America to Japan, pop-ups to frozen mail-order pies, listen in as we talk to experts, enthusiasts, and the pizza elite who have put this humble pizza pie on the map. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Gloss Angeles

Kirbie Johnson and Sara Tan

What is Inflammation-Induced Aging and How Do We Stop It? With Heraux's Ben Van Handel

Chronic, low-grade inflammation has been linked to accelerating the aging process. Ben Van Handel had dedicated the past 10 years of his life learning about this process, also known as "inflammaging," and discovered a molecule that is clinically proven to not only stop inflammaging but protect skin as well. His product, Heraux Molecular Anti-Inflammaging Serum is one of our favorites on the pod, so we brought Ben on to discuss what causes the process, how Heraux works, advancements he's currently working on, and what outside factors contribute to inflammaging overall. Plus, Heraux is offering 25% off their serum to Glamgelenos! Use code GLOSSANGELES on to get your discount 11/12-11/19.Shop all products mentioned in this episodeGlossAngelesPod.comCALL US: 424-341-0426Shop products from our episodesJoin our FB Group:

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Pushkin Industries

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Kevin Rose

Artist Spotlight: Seeing Through Decentral Eyes with Coldie

Kevin is joined by Coldie, a stereoscopic 3D artist whose work focuses on blockchain and decentralized crypto art. Here, they discuss his collaboration with Snoop Dogg, the changes he's seen in the space over just the past few years, and what he's collecting when he's not creating.

Paul Allen

KFAN 100.3 FM

#92Noon! 9am Hour 12/17 - Friday Feast!

PA & Charch are at BWWs Roseville for the Feast! Vikings/NFL talkers and some fantasy bits during this first hour!

Happy Hour with Gretchen Geraghty


I'M BACK !!! December Recap, Where I've Been + More

I've missed you guys! We catch up on the past month I've been gone during Vlogmas. I talk about how exciting December was but also sad at the same time. I enjoyed with holidays with my family but really didn't see Max. He had his first NHL goal which was so exciting, but we weren't together on Christmas. I also talk about our crazy weekend trip to LA for New Years and upcoming plans!Independence episodes: 60, 64 + 72My 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

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day



Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 28, 2022 is:

myopic • mye-OH-pik  • adjective
Myopic means "not able to clearly see objects that are far away." Figuratively, it means "lacking in foresight or discernment" or "narrow in perspective and without concern for broader implications."

// The corrective eye surgery has been approved for myopic patients.

// The mayor's proposal to build a casino to create jobs in the economically distressed city has been criticized as being myopic.

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"Three years ago, when chef Gerardo Gonzalez announced that he would leave New York for a hotel gig in the Caribbean, some probably wondered why a bright young talent was cutting his career short. 'I always try to resist the myopic view of things,' Gonzal

The Readheads Book Club

Toast News Network

33: The Simple Wild

Happy New Year! The first episode of The Readheads 2022 is all about The Simple Wild by K.A. Tucker, a Snitch's choice in every sense. The hosts talk about their favorite (and least favorite) characters, plot lines and ultimately their overall thoughts on the book. Plus they're sharing all of the other books they read over the holidays and rating those books as well.

The next book is Becky's choice and she chose Ghosts of Gotham by Craig Schaefer.

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The overall Readheads Rating for The Simple Wild is 3.625 stars

CBS Radio Mystery Theater | Old Time Radio


Discover every CBS Radio Mystery Theater episode currently available!If you like this series, check us out at for even more classic radio shows!Audio Credit: "CBS Radio Mystery Theater" by The Old Time Radio Researchers Group

ArtCurious Podcast

Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious

Episode #91: Art Fact and Fiction: Are There Hidden Messages in Leonardo's The Last Supper (S10E08)

In our tenth season, we’re going at art history with a skeptical eye and a myth-busting attitude to uncover the fictions and facts about some of our favorite artists. We’re starting our season today with this controversial subject: are there hidden messages in Leonardo's The Last Supper?
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One Real Good Thing with Ellie Krieger

Digitent Podcasts

You don’t have to turn your life upside down to transform it for the better—small, realistic changes will get you there in a way that sticks. In each episode, renowned nutritionist and chef Ellie Krieger dives into one key thing you can do today to propel your life in a healthier direction. In conversation with food, nutrition and lifestyle experts, plus celebrity guests and friends, Ellie maps the path to a joyful, healthy life full of flavor, one “real good” thing at a time. 

Born of Wonder


A sound-rich, audio adventure for your ears, exploring beauty, aesthetics, theology, literature, and art.

Currently Reading

Meredith Monday Schwartz and Kaytee Cobb

Currently Reading is a podcast dedicated to the love of books and reading. Two bookish friends discuss what’s on their nightstands, in their earbuds, and on their Kindles right now, in addition to books they’ve loved forever, and a variety of other readerly topics. Looking for your next great book? You'll find tons of book recommendations every week.

The History of Literature

Jacke Wilson / The Podglomerate

374 Ancient Plays and Contemporary Theater - A New Version of Sophocles' Oedipus Trilogy (with Bryan Doerries)

As the Artistic Director of Theater of War Productions, Bryan Doerries has joined his colleagues in using dramatic readings and community conversations to confront topics such as combat-related psychological injury, end-of-life care, radicalized violence, incarceration, gun violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, the refugee crisis, and addiction. In this episode, he joins Jacke to talk about his new translation of Sophocles' Oedipus Trilogy, his vision for contemporary theater, and how classic texts and age-old approaches to literature can help individuals and communities heal from trauma and loss.
Interested in Theater of War Productions? Want to learn more? Learn about upcoming events and sign up for their mailing list at
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Spirit Plate

Whetstone Radio Collective

The Spirit Plate podcast is an honoring of all the Indigenous communities across Turtle Island (also known as North America) who are working to preserve and revitalize their ancestral foodways. Within the growing Indigenous food movement lies an incredible story of reclamation and intertribal solidarity; powerful yet untold examples of Native peoples resisting and thriving. Spirit Plate is a space for Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island to tell our own history and shape the narrative of our communities—especially as it relates to land and our relationships to food. Through interviews with seedkeepers, chefs, farmers and community members, this podcast will share what food justice and sovereignty looks like for Indigenous peoples across Turtle Island. Shiloh will discuss the social, political, and historical reasons the Indigenous food sovereignty movement is necessary, as well as what that looks like for Indigenous peoples across Turtle Island. She hopes this podcast will inspire you not only to think about your connection to place and how it has influenced your relationship with food, but also to build genuine relationships and stand in solidarity with the original caretakers of the place you reside.

The Lisa Congdon Sessions

Lisa Congdon, Co-Loop Podcast Network

Episode 18: Exploring the Gifts of Boredom with Artist Kyle Steed

A Kids Book About BoredomHow Boredom Can Spark Creativity

The Undressing Room Podcast Presented by Macy’s

The Undressing Room Podcast presented by Macy’s

Crypto Christmas | Episode 47

Eva and Lore'l are excited to celebrate Christmas and reminisced on their favorite holiday memories. The duo also undressed some pop-culture news including celebs deleting social media and 'traveling while Black'. Lastly, we get to the money! The ladies interviewed Tiffany Haddish, Richard Thompson, & Akon during their trip to the 'Reinvent Yourself With Crypto' conference. Find out what they had to say.

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Wine for Normal People

Wine for Normal People

Ep 408: Beaumes de Venise - the Historic, High Elevation Cru of the Southern Côtes du Rhône, The Producers' Perspective

In educational partnership with Beaumes de Venise is a small, beautiful village located in the southern Rhône Valley. It has a great history of quality and recognition for both its red wines, which are classified under the Côtes de Rhône Beaumes de Venise Cru, and its famed Muscat de Beaumes de Venise Cru, a vin doux naturel wine which is known for its exquisite flavors, elegance, and unrivaled balance. In this episode, we explore this historic region that has been making wine for more than 2600 years - the terroir, climate, wines, grapes, and where the name comes from as well (hint: not from a place with many waterways in Italy!). Photo courtesy of Beaumes de Venise Getting a firsthand account from the experts who work in the region every day is the best way to learn so for this show we have two ambassadors for Beaumes de Venise, Claude Chabran of the hig

The Treatment Room

The Treatment Room

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. […]

The Beginner Photography Podcast

BPP 283: The Key to Great Photos in 2022

2022 is going to be the year you start your new photography hobby, or you are going to dive deeper into this beautiful world of photography and start capturing compelling moments with an intentional eye. No matter where you are, there is always room for improvement and in 2022 the way you are going to get better at photography is simply shoot more. Its simple, the more photos you take, the better you get. So start capturing photos now!   Resources: Free eBook - Picture Perfect Camera Settings 52 Free Lightroom Presets! Deliver Beautiful Photo Galleries - Get started for free 80+ Posing Examples - Free Posing Guide for Weddings and Engagements Join The Beginner Photography Podcast Facebook Community

Keep Calm and Cook On with Julia Turshen

Julia Turshen

Body Stuff with Grace Bonney

Julia and her wife, Grace Bonney, have an honest talk about body stuff.Follow-Up Links:Head here to Dinnerly and use the code 'KEEPCALM' to get $60 off of your first 4 boxes!To  pre-order Grace's upcoming book, Collective Wisdom, head here.To order signed copies of all of Julia's cookbooks, including Simply Julia, head here.To order Keep Calm & Cook On merch, head here.Mental Health Resources:For a list of anti-diet, Health at Every Size + Intuitive Eating providers for disordered-eating recovery, head here. For an additional list of Certified Intuitive Eating Counselors, head here.There are also some good low-cost support groups available, such as the Center for Discovery’s virtual groups for people of various ages and backgrounds, or Nalgona Positivity Pride’s Sage and Spoon groups for BIPOC folks ages 18 and up.Books/Authors to Follow:Fearing the Black Body:  The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia by Sabrina StringsBody Respect: What Conventional He

The Snake's Paw

The Snake's Paw

Narrated fiction, audio dramas, and works in progress. Hosted and written by Jack Townsend (author of Tales from the Gas Station), Matthew Morris, and Andrew Farrier.

Meditation music. Peaceful calm music 528, 432 Hz


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. […]

The Literary Life Podcast

Angelina Stanford and Cindy Rollins

Episode 112: “Mansfield Park” by Jane Austen, Vol. 3, Ch. 1-8

Welcome back for another installment in our series covering Mansfield Park by Jane Austen. Angelina, Cindy and Thomas share their commonplace quotes which leads them into discussing Fanny’s character in contrast to the heroine of a gothic novel. They talk about what makes a good marriage in the Regency period and Jane Austen’s own personal life, as well as the contrast between the household of Sir Thomas compared to Fanny’s own family home. Get in on the Western Films and Fiction webinar on November 22nd with Thomas and James Banks! Register here to join in! Also, check out the House of Humane Letters newsletter to stay in the know about our upcoming read-a-long of Shakespeare’s The Tempest. To view the schedule for the episodes in this series, see our Upcoming Events page. Also, if you want to join our members-only forum off Facebook, check out our Patreon page to learn more! Commonplace Quotes: Fear the man wh

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.

How to Decorate

Ballard Designs

Ep. 235: designer Jeremy D. Clark

Our guest today is interior designer Jeremy Clark based out of Birmingham and Nashville. He is the founder of Jeremy D. Clark Studio; a full-service design studio specializing in luxury residential, commercial, and hospitality projects from coast to coast. His timeless style has been featured in Veranda, Southern Living, One Kings Lane, and a variety of lifestyle blogs and publications. We talk about his layered approach to colors and patterns, his love of painted floors, his tips for tablescapes, and more!
What You’ll Hear on This Episode:

How did Jeremy get started in design?

Which designers have influenced Jeremy?

How does Jeremy incorporate so many layers and colors while staying neutral?

More about Jeremy’s Birmingham Showhouse project.

When is a good time for a canopy bed?

Jeremy walks us through the Nashville Condo project.

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Bad On Paper

Grace Atwood & Becca Freeman

Catching Up On Our Winter Break

After a restorative break, we’re back and ready to fill you in on what we were up to over the holidays! We talk about our high highs (Becca finishing the first draft of her book! Grace’s Chappy Wrap collab dropping TODAY!) and low lows (Omicron anxiety). We also break down everything we read and watched during our time off!    What Grace read over the break The Paper Palace by Miranda Cowley Heller Friends Like These by Kimberly McCreight The Art Forger by B.A. Shapiro Just One Look by Lindsay Cameron *Grace’s Top Recommendation! Too Late by Colleen Hoover In A New York Minute by Kate Spencer (out March 15!) The Golden Couple by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen Our American Friend by Anna Pitoniak   What Becca read for over the break Book Lovers by Emily Henry (out May 3!) Playing with Matches by Hannah Orenstein The Happily Ever After Playlist by Abby Jimenez From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout Wish You Were Here by Jo

The Slowdown

American Public Media

550: My Standard Response

Today's poem is My Standard Response by Karenne Wood.

Talk Art

Russell Tovey and Robert Diament

Jeff Koons, presented by BMW

Talk Art HOLIDAYS SPECIAL!!! This very special episode was recorded from Pace Gallery, New York!!! We are proud to collaborate again with BMW to bring you a conversation with iconic artist Jeff Koons. We discuss Jeff's passion for art which he discovered at an early age, we discuss his student years in Chicago and working for Ed Paschke, whose technicolor renderings of superheroes and other pop icons were an early source of inspiration. We learn of Koons’s first job at the Museum of Modern Art, and his first major works that invoked commodity fetishism: titled The New, they comprised vacuum cleaners displayed on or in Plexiglas boxes over grids of fluorescent light. We explore why he chose stainless steel and reflective surfaces within his most celebrated sculptures and how art can truly change lives.Jeff Koons’ latest collaboration with BMW is THE 8 X JEFF KOONS, a hand-painted limited interpretation of a BMW M850i xDrive. The special editi

The T-Zone

M·A·C Cosmetics

This is your chance to become a beauty industry insider! Join two of the biggest names in cosmetics, Drew Elliott (Global Creative Director of M·A·C Cosmetics) and John Demsey (Executive Group President, The Estée Lauder Companies) as they dive into the worlds of culture, fashion and beauty along with leading tastemakers and friends of the brand. Presented by M·A·C Cosmetics.

The Everyday Style School

Jennifer Mackey Mary

Winter 2021 Trends

Check out what's big for Winter 2021, from colors to patterns, and top to bottoms, we're talking about what all the cool girls will be wearing this season, and how you can work them into the wardrobe you already have! Get the Winter 2021 Capsule Wardrobe Guide now!  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. 

Radio Play Revival

Groundswell Theatricals & Josh Johnston

Radio Play Revival features great American actors performing great American works of literature. Performed by both established and new-and-emerging performers, musicians, and writers, Radio Play Revival pays homage to the golden age of radio, in the now-second golden age of audio.

Fiction Writing Made Easy

Savannah Gilbo

How to Test Your Story Idea Before Writing

In this episode, I'm sharing two of my favorite ways to test out a story idea before you start writing a single word. Here's a preview of what you'll hear in the episode:[01:50] The goal of these two exercises is to find out which foundational pieces of your story still need to be fleshed out. Better to find out now than halfway through a draft![01:10] Exercise #1: Write a 1-2 sentence summary of your story. Try to capture the WHO, the WHAT, and the WHY of your global story.[04:45] If you don't know all the answers, look to your genre for clues! Your story's global genre will give you the framework for these summaries (and so much more).[06:00] If an idea does fall flat in this 1-2 sentence summary, this does NOT mean the story idea isn't good. It just means there's more work to do to flesh out the foundational elements required to write a full-length story.[06:30} Exercise #2: Write a 250-word (or


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.

A Dana Perino Podcast: Everything Will Be Okay

Fox News Podcasts

Ken Coleman: A Season of Exploration

This week, Dana is joined by National Best-selling Author and Career Expert, Ken Coleman to discuss his new book From Paycheck to Purpose: The Clear Path to Doing Work You Love.

Ken shares how his passion for public service from a young age, was the foundation for his career as a well-renowned career expert. He also shares with Dana the number one question he poses to people when they're on the journey to discovering their passions. Later, Ken shares with Dana the top causes of burnout and how to best combat them.

The Prancing Pony Podcast

Alan Sisto & Shawn Marchese

231 – Spirits in the Material World

Frodo and Sam follow their travel guide Gollum through the Dead Marshes — it’s not the tour package we would have chosen, but who are we to judge? — and are far more shaken up than Gollum is by the fact that the marshes actually have, y’know, dead in them. But never mind the terrifying things below, because there’s a new terrifying thing above making its appearance, and that one is going to get Gollum pretty shaken up indeed. Also, just in time for the holidays, a new installment of Kingly Gifts, with Tolkien Collector’s Guide moderator Andrew Ferguson.

The Newest Olympian


12 | The Lightning Thief Ch. 14-15 w/ Alison Lührs

Alison Lührs (@alisontheperson), an improv pal of Mike's, joins to cover two chapters of Rick Riordan's The Lightning Thief. We meet Ares in this one, who is A LOT. Topics include: confetti canons, Dan Brown, et cetera, LA traffic, shoe trustworthiness, Floating McDonald's, maximum hip hop, The Diner State, The Stand, Hydra Cupid, YouTube pranks, boogie boards, friendly whales, charismatic megafauna, and more!Thanks to our sponsor: Enthusigasm! Listen now at— Find The Newest Olympian Online — • Website:• Patreon:• Twitter:• Instagram:• Facebook:— Production — • Creator, Host, Producer, Social Media, Web Design: Mike Schubert (• Editor: Sherry Guo• Music: Bettina Campomanes and Brandon Grugle• Art: Jessica E. Boyd— Ab

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

Breaking Beauty Podcast

Dear Media, Jill Dunn and Carlene Higgins

Why You’ve Really Got To Stop Paying Retail With Beauty Pie Founder Marcia Kilgore

Marcia Kilgore was the owner of Bliss Salon in New York City’s Soho district, where her low key facials earned clients like Madonna and Oprah, before launching her iconic range of baby blue bath and body products. Bliss would eventually be acquired by LVMH for $25M, and after a series of ventures – Soap & Glory, FitFlop, Soaper Duper – Marcia is taking on Big Beauty with a membership-only cosmetics company that promises luxury products at warehouse prices.   In this episode, we break down everything you’d want to know about how a beauty club works, along with details on Beauty Pie’s number one best seller, the JapanFusion Pure Transforming Cleanser (Price tag? $8 bucks.)  Listen in as Marcia reveals why a $100 face cream only costs $5 to make, and we find out whether Beauty Pie really can be considered “luxury.” Have you tried Beauty Pie? And if so, would you ever go back to retail again? We w

Scary Stories & Rain

Being Scared

TRUE scary stories and ambient rain sounds. Download the CHILLING app for more: Support this podcast:

Dark Winter Nights: True Stories from Alaska

Robert W. Prince

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

Louise Fletcher/Alice Sheridan

Going Big! [150]

This week, we answered a question from listener Paige, who asked about our experiences with scaling up. Paige wrote: "I am struggling to scale up, especially in my chosen media of collage but I see you work both small and large and I wondered if there was a formula for that."

Spoiler alert: neither of us have a formula, but we do share our own challenges, experiences and tips. Our conversation covers the challenges of space (both in buyers' homes and our own studios); the need to use bigger tools; and the importance of mixing up a lot more paint. We also look at the inherent difficulties of scaling up collage work, and offer a few suggestions of how to handle that transition. In the end, making large work is a new challenge for each of us, and requires us to find our own solutions, but we have both found the process rewarding enough to make it worthwhile.
Sam Lock
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The Great Indoors

Sophie Robinson and Kate Watson-Smyth: Interior Design Experts

13.1 Easy Fixes for a Greener Home, Flooring Mixups

Stuck between a yellow sofa and a purple beetle? Kate and Sophie are together again and Kate's already criticising the decor... But the pair are also sharing all the news of what they've been up to, from making hit TV to making eco sofas. Then the Builder Husband is on hand with a practical guide to greening your home. And in the Style Surgery a listener struggles with a flooring dilemma... Useful links and images are supplied on each of Kate and Sophie’s blogs and or join our Facebook group The Great Indoors   


Aaron Prinz

Marlon Blackwell - Marlon Blackwell Architects

Marlon Blackwell joins the podcast to discuss the design process for the Thaden School in Bentonville, building within the context of Northwest Arkansas, and the impact materiality can have on architecture

The Week in Art

The Art Newspaper

Artists’ monuments, the €471m Caravaggio villa auction flop, Michael Armitage on Sane Wadu

This week, our contemporary art correspondent Louisa Buck visits the exhibition Testament at Goldsmiths CCA in London, where 47 artists have been invited to make proposals that ponder the idea of tearing down and erecting monuments and what it might mean to rethink them. Louisa talks to Sarah McCrory, the director of Goldsmiths CCA, and to Adham Faramawy, one of the artists in the show. In Rome, a villa with ceiling paintings by Caravaggio and Guercino with a price tag of €471m failed to attract any bids. The Art Newspaper’s founder Anna Somers Cocks, who’s based in Turin, tells us why. And in this episode’s Work of the Week, the artist Michael Armitage tells us about Sane Wadu’s painting Black Moses (1993), a work in Wadu’s retrospective at the Nairobi Contemporary Art Institute in Kenya, co-founded by Armitage, which opened last week. See for privacy and opt-out inf

The New Yorker: Poetry

WNYC Studios and The New Yorker

Amanda Gorman Reads Tracy K. Smith

Amanda Gorman joins Kevin Young to read “Declaration,” by Tracy K. Smith, and her own poem “Ship’s Manifest.” Gorman served as the first-ever National Youth Poet Laureate, received a 2020 Poets & Writers Barnes & Noble Writers for Writers Award, and, in 2021, became the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history.

The Genius Recipe Tapes


Your Thanksgiving Leftovers Reimagined

Referenced in this episode:Whip it up! Hana Asbrink’s Residentsgiving Hanetsuki Gyoza With Thanksgiving Leftovers (Food52)Drink it up! John deBary’s Residentsgiving Sesame Boulevardier + What to Drink Every Hour of Thanksgiving Playbook (Food52)Dress it up! We Can't Stop Staring at Nicole Crowder's Thanksgiving Table  (Food52)Eat it up! Kristen Miglore's Bert Greene's Potato Scallion Cakes (Fritterra)  (Food52)Genius-Hunter Extra Credit:Make these stunning trash terracotta vases from Nicole Crowder's favorite DIYer Genevieve VanderzeilNeed more last-minute Turkey Day recipes? Check out the full Residentsgiving Menu—aka the Thanksgiving menu of our wildest dreams—created by Food52's resident experts-slash-superheroes.Bonus! Check out  Proteau, John deBary’s non-alcoholic line of drinks available on Food52!Have a lead on something genius? Tell me all about it at    

Down These Mean Streets (Old Time Radio Detectives)

Mean Streets Podcasts

Episode 470 - If You Want It Dunne Right (Sam Spade & Deadline Mystery)

Steve Dunne had big shoes to fill when he was cast as Sam Spade. Dashiell Hammett's private eye had been thrilling listeners since 1946 in weekly adventures starring Howard Duff, but accusations of Communist sympathies cost Duff the gig. Dunne played a younger-sounding, less serious Sam for the final run of episodes. We'll hear two of them - "The Soap Opera Caper" (originally aired on NBC on February 16, 1951) and "The Sinister Siren Caper" (originally aired on NBC on March 16, 1951). Plus, we'll hear him as crime-solving reporter Lucky Larson in Deadline Mystery (originally aired on ABC on August 10, 1947).

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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. […]

Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

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. […]

The Allusionist

Helen Zaltzman

148. Bonus 2021

I've been saving them up all year, and now it's time for the annual selection box of Bonus Bits! Things this year's guests said that couldn't fit into their episode, or weren't related to language, but ARE related to being a bonus bit. We've got percussive pan protests; the mating habits, and male-killing habits, of ladybirds; Icelandic aunts/uncles/cousins/wait which member of the extended family are you referring to?; Morse code machines; and a surprisingly heated topic, the semantics of salad.

Links to all the original episodes featuring these guests are at, plus a transcript and the full dictionary entry for the randomly selected word.

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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.




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

Wine 101


How to Navigate A Wine Shop

Wine shop jitters be gone! In this Episode Keith will help you shake off the anxiety of buying wine with some solid tips to help you own your retail wine experience. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Spark & Fire: Epic Creative Stories


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. […]

The Chairish Podcast

Chairish Inc.

Should You Publish A Coffee Table Book?

So many designers are publishing beautiful volumes of their work these days, it virtually seems to be a career requirement. But are design books still relevant? What really goes into producing one? And is publishing one something you should consider? Book packager Jill Cohen, publisher Suzanne Slesin, and designer Ashley Whitaker, who just released her first book, reveal the truth behind the glossy pages, and tell why the right kind of photography is crucial, how much work goes into preparing one—and how much it costs—and why a book could be the best investment a designer can make. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books™️

Zibby Owens

Jenny Pentland, THIS WILL BE FUNNY LATER: A Memoir

Screenwriter Jenny Pentland joins Zibby to discuss her first memoir, This Will Be Funny Later, which largely looks at her life following the success of her mother Rosanne Barr's show. The two talk about the different ways seeking control has manifested in their lives, how motherhood often feels like a constant effort to not make the mistakes your parents made, and why it was cathartic to re-evaluate her traumatic childhood from her family's perspective. Jenny also shares how this book began as Tweets written to help calm her mind and the ways in which this project has been transformative for how she copes with her PTSD.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: to Zibby's weekly newsletter here. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Speaking with Joy

Joy Clarkson

A weekly podcast that explores a weekly theme through three pieces of great art (literary, musical, and visual). For hopers, creators, and learners.

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Lisa VanDamme

Chapters 1-5: Reading (Ch. 1)

Join Lisa VanDamme as she guides you through Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.

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The Great Books

National Review

Episode 212: 'The Free Sea' by Hugo Grotius

John J. Miller is joined by David Bosco of Indiana University to discuss Hugo Grotius's 'The Free Sea.'

Swish and Flick: A Harry Potter Podcast

Swish and Flick Podcast

Episode 230 - Thin Air Quotes

The trio needs to patch up their friendship with Hagrid and Harry has his first Quidditch Captain duties! Don't worry – Won Won makes the team again. Join us for Part 1 of chapter 11 of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, Hermione’s Helping Hand!
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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.

Story Time with Shining Nathan

Shining Nathan

ShiningNathan from Tiktok reads to you some of literature's great classics in a southern charm. Cuddle up while your gay auntie takes on journeys through literary history. If you would like to support my channel and myself, I would be honored for you to become a Patron at my Patreon:

The Dogist: Talking Dogs

The Dogist

A weekly discussion of all things dogs, hosted by The Dogist Team.

The Great Women Artists

Katy Hessel

Bisa Butler

In episode 77 of The Great Women Artists Podcast, Katy Hessel interviews the fantastic artist, BISA BUTLER!!!

[This episode is brought to you by Alighieri jewellery: | use the code TGWA at checkout for 10% off!]

One of the leading artists working today, Butler uses the medium of textile for her vivid and vibrant portraits of subjects that weave personal and historical narratives of Black life. From integrating members of her own family derived from old photographs to immortalising celebrated figures from Chadwick Boseman to Frederick Douglass, or those unknown from depression-era photographs, Butler’s oeuvre aims to, in her words, “tell the story – the African American side – of American life”.

Born and raised in New Jersey, where she still resides today, Butler studied for her BA at the prestigious Howard University – where she was taught under the AfriCobra group – and for an MA at Montclair State University

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)

Knifepoint Horror

Soren Narnia


The tomb would soon sit unnoticed, perhaps forever, in the wild grass of the lonely cemetery. But on its first night of occupancy, one man would keep a careful watch over it. Just in case. Wilhoit McCrail: Hugh Pierce Music: “Submarine” by Morphlexis, all rights reserved. Audio mastering by Les Lentz.

The Penumbra Podcast

Harley Takagi Kaner and Kevin Vibert

4.07: Juno Steel and the Haunting of the Terrible Trio (Part 2)

In the basement of superstar writer Mick Mercury's mansion, in which an old friend has risen from the grave.(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:Kat Buckingham -- Head of Merchandise and OutreachAlice Chuang -- Head of DesignMelissa DeJesus -- Script editing teamHarley Takagi Kaner -- Co-creator, Head of Episode Development, Director, Sound designerEllison Estephan -- Promotional artistNoah Simes -- Production managerGrahame Turner -- Script editing teamKevin Vibert -- Co-creator, Head of Operations, Lead writerRyan Vibert -- Composer and performer of original musicRecorded by Alex Allinson at The Bridge Sound & Stage--------A

Learn to Paint Podcast

Learn to Paint Podcast

Ep. 43 Paint Pigments with Gamblin (Mini Episode)

We often talk about color on this show…hue, value, saturation… but at the heart of all of that is the pigments themselves. In Mini Episode 43, I sit down with Mary Weisenburger from Gamblin  and we get down to the nuts and bolts of what makes paint paint.And while we look through the lens  of oil paint in particular, so much of what we talk about is true for acrylic, watercolor, and gouache as well. Show notes here: the show here: the show (

You Turn Podcast w/ Ashley Stahl

Ashley Stahl

[LOVE] Ep. 215 How To Set Boundaries in Relationships with Terri Cole

Where do you need to set a boundary?   This week, Ash brings back onto the show Terri Cole, a NY-based Liscned Psychotherapist, relationship expert, founder of the Real Love Revolution, and author of her new book, Boundary Boss. Terri is here to talk all about setting boundaries, you don’t want to miss this!   Setting boundaries means you show people who you truly are, and that can be frightening. Terri shares personal stories and walks through practices for how to move beyond this fear, speak your truth, and confidently stand in your boundaries.    Tune in to learn how to recognize when you are beginning to reach the edge of your boundaries, how to communicate your needs without feeling guilty or ashamed and stop being a people pleaser.    In This Episode, You’ll Learn: How to set healthy boundaries with loved ones in your life. Methods to set boundaries that will also enable you to compromise. How to no

Writing Excuses

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

17.4: The Gun on the Mantel is Actually a Fish

Your Hosts: Howard Tayler, Kaela Rivera, Sandra Tayler, and Megan Lloyd

In the previous episode we discussed how to ensure that your surprise feels inevitable. In this episode we're covering how to make inevitability feel surprising. The title is a nod to the concept of the "red herring," which is arguably the most useful tool for setting up a good surprise.

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

Nostalgic Mystery Radio

Stevie K.

Old time radio mystery programs brought back to life for today's fan of the great shows of yesteryear. Including the classics such as Sherlock Holmes, Sam Spade, Philip Marlowe, and more.

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Philosophy Bites

Edmonds and Warburton

Benjamin Lipscomb on 4 Women Philosophers

In Oxford during the Second World War four women philosophers came to prominence. Elizabeth Anscombe, Philippa Foot, Iris Murdoch, and Mary Midgley were friends and met to discuss their ideas, particulary about ethics. Benjamin Lipscomb, author of a recent book about them, The Women Are Up To Something, speaks to David Edmonds in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. 

Perfume Room

Emma Vernon

32. The Future is Fragrance (w/ Fragrance Foundation President Linda Levy)

The President of The Fragrance Foundation, Linda Levy, is in the Perfume Room today! A beauty industry veteran and champion of change, Linda makes my list of top 10 fave people ever — and I’m in good company to feel this way; Frederic Malle has described Linda as the Lady…as in Portrait of a Lady. Yes, that one. We discuss all things Fragrance Foundation — who gets to be a member, its mission, what’s changing, the coveted awards, and so much more. Linda doesn’t shy away from her feelings on outdated industry practices and her vision for a more inclusive fragrant future. Also, have you ever wondered what the difference is between ‘niche’ v ‘indie’ or ‘luxury’ v. ‘prestige?’ Today you’ll find out. Plus I share a very exciting announcement!!
Narciso Rodriguez Narciso Poudree, Penhaligon’s Revenge of Lady Blanche, Givenchy Copper Rouge 501, Cartie

Seaweed Brain: A Percy Jackson Podcast

Seaweed Brain

The House of Hades Part 7: Some Things Aren’t Meant To Be Controlled

Ch. 41-48, ft. bookseller and real life English major Alex Mann! Covering lots of territory this week from Piper's power-up (speaking life into Festus), to #DarkPercy poison-bending. Discussions surrounding the nature of charmspeak and femininity, the friendship we wish R.E.D. and Piper had, the bonding time Hazel and Piper finally get, and, as always, the power of friendship. Then, conceptualizing the Death Mist in a grotesquely bodied way, and a beautifully terrifying character arc for Mr. Percy.

Audio Poem of the Day

Poetry Foundation

The Piano Speaks

By Sandra Beasley

Dragnet | Old Time Radio


Ep365 | "The Big Present"

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Close Reads

Goldberry Studios

Close Reads is a book-club podcast for the incurable reader. Hosted by David Kern and featuring Tim McIntosh and Heidi White, alongside a couple of other occasional guests, we read Great Books and talk about them. This is a show for amateurs in the best sense. We’re book lovers, book enthusiasts. This is not an experts show and it’s barely literary analysis in the way that literary analysis is commonly understood. Instead it’s a show about experiences with literary urge. Join us! Close Reads is presented by Goldberry Studios. A NOTE ABOUT OLDER EPISODES: Since most podcast apps don't go further back than 100 episodes, you'll need to click here to listen to anything further back than that. And our first 32 episodes can be found here, on the original CiRCE Institute feed. See for privacy and opt-out information.

B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photo & Video

Fallout - The War Photography of Peter van Agtmael

Conflict photography of the past twenty years is a subject we have discussed in previous episodes with photographers, psychologists, and scholars, but our very welcomed guest, photographer Peter van Agtmael adds his well-articulated thoughts on the subject, including his own motivations and challenges while covering the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as the ramifications of those wars here in the United States and elsewhere. On this episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we reflect on the mindset of a young man wanting to bear witness to history and the evolution of his thoughts after many assignments and embeds. We also learn about aspects of his work, from the intra-personal to the technical and how these have also changed over the course of an almost two-decade career.   The work of van Agtmael has been published in The New York Times, The Guardian, and The New Yorker; he is a Guggenheim Fellow; a winner of multip

The Habit

The Rabbit Room Podcast Network

Conversations with writers about writing, hosted by Jonathan Rogers.

Traditional Catholic Audiobooks


A collection of Free Catholic Audiobooks in the Open Domain Subscribe to this podcast, many will still come. If they are not public, please share with me and I'll remove. Personal favorites: Imitation of Christ and Dark Night of the Soul Supported by on Twitter

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.

Stories Are Soul Food

Canonball Books

56: Christmas Conspiracy Theory

- The SASF guys are big fans of Advent—but not Advent as a penitential season, Advent as time when make your kids eat MORE chocolate than usual. Also, ND is shocked by Brian's eggnog confession. - This is because all of human history leads up to Christmas. And all of human history since Christ's birth has happened in the glow of the first Christmas. - Every December is an opportunity to show your kids how the obscure parts of the Bible are about Jesus. - And that leads us to... the awful, gruesome story of the Levite and his murdered concubine. We'll leave the explanation to ND, but GET READY for an epic Christmas rant. #SASF #StoriesAreSoulFood #NDWilson #Christmas #Advent Check out God Rest Ye Merry: 

The Sell More Books Show: Book Marketing, Digital Publishing and Kindle News, Tools and Advice

Bryan Cohen and H. Claire Taylor: Self Publishing Author Entrepreneurs

Authors, are you struggling to get the word out about your books? Discover the latest book marketing and publishing news, tools and strategies. This is the Sell More Books Show with Jim Kukral and Bryan Cohen. Every week you'll get helpful tips and ideas to make your book sales soar. Visit for detailed show notes and more info.

Bad Table Manners

Whetstone Radio Collective

Bad Table Manners pushes the boundaries of food storytelling in South Asia. Despite a universal love of delicious food, South Asian communities’ narratives and food practices maintain social hierarchies, caste inequalities, and racial and gender discrimination. In spanning both “high” and “low” food cultures, this podcast deconstructs monolithic notions of South Asian or “Indian” food by diving into micro contexts of households, restaurants, neighborhoods, streets and communities. It also reveals how hyper-regional and local culinary expressions are shaped by global gastronomic histories and trends. Hosted by Delhi-based anthropologist Meher Varma, Bad Table Manners is narrator-driven, ethnographic, and playful. It will take you to the seaside, through bustling markets, and the intimacy of the kitchen table in private homes. It reminds you that when good table manners are tossed, great conversation begins.


Jason Weiser, Carissa Weiser / Bardic

Edgar Allan Poe: The Masquerade

A Halloween episode with two stories from the master of Gothic horror, Edgar Allan Poe. Adapted by the Weisers from "The Masque of the Red Death" and "The Cask of Amontillado" by Edgar Allan Poe

The Double Cleanse

The Double Cleanse

Influencer Bucket List

This week we are quizzing ourselves on what should and shouldn't be on our influencer bucket list! Hear our thoughts on going on reality shows, the met gala and QVC!@thedoublecleansepodcast See for privacy and opt-out information.

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.

Savvy Painter Podcast with Antrese Wood

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

Why It Feels Like Your Art Making Always Comes Last EP-259

We ALL have multi-faceted lives. We are both artists AND a plethora of other wonderful things. Parents. Partners. Siblings. Friends. Do you ever feel like your art is constantly on the back burner to everything else in your life? Like your creativity is getting lost in a sea of everyone else’s needs and wants? I’ve been there and I want to help you find a healthy balance so that every area of your life gets the attention it deserves. Join me as I share five reasons why it feels like making art should always come last.   Outline of This Episode [0:56] Signs you are putting your creativity in last place [3:29] Learning how to say NO [5:52] Breaking down self-care stigmas [9:46] Why you never have time for yourself [16:58] Breaking the people-pleasing cycle [23:41] Why your art is valuable   Your time is valuable  Have you ever said to yourself, “I would love to make more art, but I just don’t have enough time.” If th

Young House Love Has A Podcast

Sherry & John Petersik

#182: A Big Catch Up Holiday-ish Special (Surprise!)

So much has happened since we last picked up the podcast mic, so we have a jam-packed show to catch you up on all the things. We're talking house updates, embarrassing stories, renovation plans, and we even worked in some bad metaphorical diagrams (because describing graphs and charts you can't see always goes over well in an audio format). We’re also diving into how house projects have slowed down around here, the remaining projects on our list, and how our attitude towards having less on our to-do list has changed pretty dramatically over the years. Plus an impromptu musical exercise that captured our family's contentment for living in a smaller home, and why Sherry can never show her face in one Florida city again. Also, a fun holiday game and the TV show we’ve been dying to tell you about. Be sure to check out for notes, links, and photos from this episode.

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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Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky

Lisa VanDamme

Join Lisa VanDamme as she guides you through Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Recommended Book Url: To learn more about Read With Me visit

The Von Haessler Doctrine

Cox Media Group

The Von Haessler Doctrine “Refreshing and Entertaining!” WEEKDAYS LIVE 9AM – NOON on 95.5 WSB Listen On-Demand anytime. Combining humor, current events, and an independent view on politics, Eric Von Haessler and his talented cast of sidekicks are described by Atlantans as “funny, informative and interesting.”



93 一起读《到灯塔去》:穿过迷雾,抵达另一重生活 | 肖一之&刘丹青

欢迎和我们「一起读」,这是跳岛FM 最新推出的经典重读栏目。每期节目由一位普通读者、一位专业读者和一位飞行读者从不同视角出发,一起读一本文学史上的经典作品。 「一起读」的第一期节目,我们选择了英国作家弗吉尼亚·伍尔夫的小说《到灯塔去》。在本期节目中,第一次读《到灯塔去》的普通读者何润哲、每年都要教一遍《到灯塔去》的专业读者肖一之和用插画、编织等多种媒介进行艺术创作的飞行读者刘丹青,坐在一起交流了各自的读后感。以难读著称的意识流小说,该如何进入?为什么说《到灯塔去》是一部有自传色彩的小说?要读懂《到灯塔去》,需要理解“灯塔”象征着什么吗? 今年的1月25日是伍尔夫诞辰140周年的纪念日。不同于传统小说的人物刻画和叙事方式,伍尔夫擅长用意识流动、时空跳跃、幻觉、联想、旁白和梦境构筑不断变化涌动的文本。一个多世纪以来,伍尔夫小说中的不确定性、多义性和模糊性让许多读者着迷。海上的灯塔已经静默闪烁百年,让我们穿过伍尔夫文学世界中“朦胧的烟光雾色”,到灯塔去。 【本期读者】 普通读者:何润哲,跳岛FM策划编辑,正在经历社会化的法语人。 专业读者:肖一之,文学研究者,上海外国语大学英语学院讲师。 飞行读者:刘丹青(Shelia Liu),艺术从业者,同时进行着商业设计与个人表达两个方向的创作。作品媒介如插画、油画、水彩、刺绣、编织等。 【作品简介】 《到灯塔去》创作于1927年,是一部带有自传性质的意识流小说。小说的开头,拉姆齐一家在苏格兰北部度假,小儿子詹姆斯很想去灯塔,拉姆齐夫人告诉他,如果天气允许的话可以第二天去,却被拉姆齐先生否决了。故事由此展开,伍尔夫依次聚焦拉姆齐一家和来访客人的内心,并以对话和心理活动编织起一段延续十余年的、情节简单却层次丰富的叙事。 【作家简介】 弗吉尼亚·伍尔夫(Virginia Woolf, 1882-1941),英国作家、文学批评家和文学理论家,意识流文学代表人物,二十世纪现代主义与女性主义先锋。两次世界大战期间,她是伦敦文学界的核心人物。代表作有小说《达洛维夫人》(1925)、《到灯塔去》(1927)、《海浪》(1931)、散文集《一间自己的房间》(1929)等。 【时间轴】 01:30 给《到灯塔去》打分:专业读者激情给出五百星,理

The Art Angle

Artnet News

How the Met’s Astonishing Surrealism Show Rewrites Global Art History

If, perhaps, someone in a trench coat who was smoking a pipe and had a gigantic eyeball for a head were to approach you a street on a particularly sunny night and ask you what surrealism was, you'd probably answer by throwing out a few names—Salvator Dalí, Man Ray, Frida Kahlo—and you wouldn't be wrong.
But what if that strange interlocutor were to tell you that everything you know about surrealism is in fact, just the tip of a very large iceberg? And that this lastingly popular movement stretched in fact, far beyond Paris, far beyond Europe, to every corner of the globe, and to countless fascinating artists who you've never heard of before? Well that, in a sense, is exactly what an extraordinary and frankly revelatory exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is doing right now.
Titled "Surrealism Beyond Borders," the exhibition, organized by Met curator Stephanie D'Alessandro toget



A show about the power of design, from global architecture and design firm Perkins&Will. Hosts Monica Kumar and Dr. Erika Eitland explore big questions about how our “built environment” affects us in ways we might not see. They get into the science, the history, the personal stories, and the decision making that help us understand the spaces we inhabit and how they need to change. They also spotlight what you can do to take the power of design into your own hands.

Sleep and Relax ASMR

Sleep and Relax ASMR

Routine Rambling to Put You to Sleep

On this episode of Sleep and Relax ASMR, we undergo a routine rambling, featuring lots of mumbling, occasional unintelligible phrases, and total nonsense to help you relax. Enjoy!
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Daily Short Stories - Mystery & Suspense

Sol Good Network

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Business of Home Podcast

Business of Home, Dennis Scully

The education of a designer, with Suzanne Tucker [Rebroadcast]

Suzanne Tucker earned her stripes working first for Peter Hood in London, then for iconic California designer Michael Taylor. Now she leads Tucker & Marks, one of the west coast’s most prestigious firms. On this episode of the podcast, she tells Dennis Scully some incredible tales from her storied career, shares the secret to working well with architects, and explained how clients have (and haven’t) changed over the years.This episode is sponsored by Juniper Market. For the latest industry news, jobs listings, and more great podcasts,  visit Business of Home

Backstage Pass with Eric Vetro

Pushkin Industries

There’s one special thing the most famous singers in the world have in common: Eric Vetro. From Camila Cabello to Shawn Mendes, to John Legend, vocal coach Eric Vetro has guided your favorite singers during some of the most iconic moments of their musical lives. On Backstage Pass, Eric’s celebrity students retrace their vocal journeys, from the very first song they ever sang, through notable challenges in their careers. Listen to Ariana Grande talk about the blessing and curse of perfect pitch. Hear Chloe Bailey’s transformation from singing at a summer camp to signing with Beyoncé. Eric is part therapist, part life coach as listeners become privy to the intimate relationship between student and teacher. You’ll hear these singers as you've never heard them before, and you may even learn to sing a little better yourself.

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

David Naimon, Tin House Books

Rabih Alameddine : The Wrong End of the Telescope

Rabih Alameddine talks about his new novel The Wrong End of the Telescope, which is set on the island of Lesbos amidst the medical personnel and tourist-volunteers involved with helping the arriving Syrian refugees. Interestingly, the writer, one suspiciously similar to Rabih himself, is a secondary character in this novel, a character who asks Mina, […]
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The Archers

BBC Radio 4


Lynda believes Eddie should take responsibility for finding a replacement for Benjamin, and bears him off to ‘audition’ donkeys at a sanctuary. They find a few likely candidates, but none that matches up to Benjamin for charisma and reliability. Eddie’s suggestion of Gem the pony is rejected by Lynda. She convinces Eddie to reconvene at the weekend.
Rex is pleased Toby’s secured a vegetable wreath for Bert’s funeral. Toby comments it’s the end of an era with no more Hollowtree, and Rex vacating the bungalow. He feels he won’t be at Rickyard much longer either, notwithstanding his brother’s rejection of him as a housemate! Their discussion’s interrupted when Rex spots someone creeping around in the rewilding area. The mystery woman turns out to be Hazel, who quizzes Rex on all aspects of the scheme before revealing her identity, and making the point that it’s her father’s money which has funded it. She feels Jack would be thrilled, and she thoroughly approves

The Daily Poem

Goldberry Studios

Denise Levertov's "A Tree Telling of Orpheus"

Priscilla Denise Levertov (24 October 1923 – 20 December 1997) was a British-born naturalised American poet.[3] She was a recipient of the Lannan Literary Award for Poetry. - Bio via Wikipedia. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Naaji /پادکست فارسی ناجی


Ep 26 - نه گفتن و مهرطلبی - Saying No

توی این اپیزود از پادکست ناجی،درباره مهرطلبی و‌ ریشه هاش صحبت کردیم، و اینکه چقدر نقش کشور و فرهنگی که توش بزرگ شدیم مهمه. هرکس باید یکبار این اپیزود رو بشنوه به ویژه اگر توی خانواده ایرانی بزرگ شده باشه! منابع این اپیزود : کتاب هنر نه گفتن و زندگی خود را دوباره بیافرینیدThe art of saying No, Damon Zahariades و مقالات معتبر در زمینه نه گفتن Hofstede cultural dimensionsپادکست رادیو کشورگرافیسایت رادیو کشور گرافی Keshvargraphy.comپیج اصلی ناجیپیج پشتیبانی ناجی 

داستان شب

Mohammad Amin Chitgaran

ما هر شب راس ساعت 23، برای شما یک داستان کوتاه می‌خوانیم.

Food Network Obsessed

Food Network

Duff Goldman on Rockstar Dreams & Chaotic Cake Competitions

Duff Goldman shares how his nickname came to be and the creative forces that shape his larger-than-life cakes. He talks about the craft he is working on for his daughter, being a new father and the advice he would give to dads. Duff reveals the cover band he was in and tells a crazy story about playing with a certain Foo Fighters front-man. He shares the reason he decided to study history and philosophy in college and why, surprisingly, he didn’t learn to read properly until high school. Duff talks about why he decided to put down roots in Baltimore and the chaotic series of events that led to his show, Ace of Cakes. He shares what he feels made the show so good, his experiences lately judging and competing on festive Food Network shows and the challenges and rewards of working with kids on Kids Baking Championship. 


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From the Front Porch

The Bookshelf Thomasville

Episode 353 || Thank You

This week on From the Front Porch, Annie is saying thank you.

Here are the links to the poems mentioned in this episode:

“What the Living Do” by Marie Howe

“Meditations in an Emergency” by Cameron Awkward-Rich

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 perfect warm and friendly tone for our Thursday conversations. 

Thank you again to this week’s sponsor, Visit Thomasville. Whether yo

Limited Capacity

CBC Podcasts

Limited Capacity is a collection of six short stories about the strange and twisted ways we interact with the internet, and with each other. Punctuated with dark humour and surprising twists, each episode blurs the lines between horror, thriller, mockumentary and satire. The stories take on digital appropriation, toxic positivity, a self-help podcast for people who hate self-help and a talking chicken. Each immersive episode is packed with intimate and jarring stories that are both completely familiar and somehow confoundingly alien. It’s like Black Mirror for your ears. From the fiendishly clever mind of Rob Norman, co-creator of the hit podcast Personal Best.

Curious City

WBEZ Chicago

Are There Any Nuclear Fallout Shelters Left in Chicago?

During the Cold War, many Americans were convinced that the end was near, building concrete bunkers to protect themselves from a nuclear attack. Whatever happened to these fallout shelters around Chicago? In this episode Curious City goes underground to find out.

Black Dog Salvage Podcast

Black Dog Salvage - Mike Whiteside, Robert Kulp, Tay Whiteside

The stars of the hit DIY Network show "Salvage Dawgs" are back! Known for their humorous, family-friendly banter, and passion for saving architectural history from the landfill, Black Dog Salvage’s Mike Whiteside, Robert Kulp, and Tay Whiteside talk with leading experts, celebrities, and personalities about the Architectural Salvage, Maker, and Creator worlds. Listen in as they share a “Tip of the Week” to turn Trash at home into Treasure. Each podcast episode will also go behind-the-scenes of a “Salvage Dawgs” episode, sharing details the cameras missed. And, after filming eleven seasons of reality television, do they have some stories to tell!

ASCP Esty Talk

Associated Skin Care Professionals

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. […]



Ep 512 - The Story of Doctor Dolittle, by Hugh Lofting (w/ Alli from SSR)

Where did his animal-talking abilities come from? Why is he worshipped by animals all over the world? Why does this book talk about money so much? And why did so few of us read Dr. Dolittle in grade school?

This week, we tried to answer these questions (and more) with Alli from the SSR Podcast, a great show you should check out! You can also listen to our previous SSR Podcast collab: Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots with the Bailey School Kids.

Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis.

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Ladies First with Laura Brown


Judith Light will never be a “misery dog.”

Actor and advocate Judith Light on being present —whether she’s hitting a red carpet, winning another award, or simply returning a text message, she’s always glad to be there.
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Outdoor Photography Podcast

Brenda Petrella

Join Brenda Petrella from Outdoor Photography School as she sits down with top landscape and nature photographers and leaders in the outdoor industry to unpack their approaches to creativity, connecting with nature, and working safely and comfortably in the natural world. This weekly podcast is a mix of interviews and quick tip episodes. The Tidbit Tuesday episodes include nuggets of practical information and a Q&A section where Brenda answers your submitted questions. Be sure to follow the podcast on your favorite podcast player and get ready to be inspired to create better images and reconnect with nature!

Saints Alive Podcast

Saints Alive

A radio theater podcast for kids that tells the stories of the saints like never before! Geared towards children ages 6-12, this podcast is full of adventure, heroism, virtue and humor. The stories of the saints for your little saints in the making. Come listen with your family and friends!

The Biblio File hosted by Nigel Beale

Nigel Beale

Emma Sarconi on judging the excellence of Library Exhibition Catalogues

Library exhibition catalogues, just like Bookseller catalogues, constitute a damned fine collecting area if you ask me. Beautiful, informative, and cheap - especially when you consider how much money and time, care and attention goes into producing them - they're well worth acquiring, despite not being particularly rare. What better service can I provide the collector to get a grip on this under-appreciated field than to talk to someone who evaluates them if not exactly for a full-time living, then certainly for a good time?   Emma Sarconi is a librarian and book historian who seeks "to facilitate conversations around the impact of special collections in our lives by providing quality reference services, instruction design, project management and event planning." She currently works as the Reference Professional for Special Collections in Firestone Library at Princeton University, and chairs th

All About Agatha (Christie)

All About Agatha (Christie)

All About Agatha is a podcast all about, well, Agatha. Agatha Christie, of course. The Queen of Crime, a real-life Dame of the British Empire and author of sixty-six mystery novels that spanned the Twentieth Century, defining a genre. Every month or so we revisit one of these novels in the order they were first published in the UK. Discussions range from plotting and interpretation to the impact of the beloved adaptations to an attempt at ranking them all. We take a breather in between novels to discuss one of her many (100-plus) short stories, and to interview like-minded mystery obsessives (scholars, authors, etc.). Call it a Christie-fest, as we revisit Hercule Poirot, Miss Marple, Tommy and Tuppence, and oh so much more.... Join us.

Windowsill Chats

Margo Tantau

Your style already exists inside of you! Explore what you are drawn to, and you will find it. Be YOU. An honest meaningful chat with Karin Lauria

Margo chats with Karin Lauria is an independent artist and illustrator, Karin Lauria. Karin is from  Massachusetts and works mainly in digital, but also creates mixed media digital and watercolor art and illustrations. Her style is vibrant, colorful, whimsical, and thoughtful. She has licensed work and collaborations with several companies including Moi & Toi Studio, Amber Lotus Publishing, and GreenBox Art and Culture. She’s represented by Creative Sparrow.    Margo and Karin discuss: Her start in art and early encouragement from family How running and dogs changed her world and opened up her creativity Why exploring is so important: exploring nature, new skills, and curiosity Why she credits her husband with getting her into digital art Trusting your path and taking it one step at a time Her hobbies outside of her art and how th

The Bright Balloon

Sara Meyer

Welcome to The Bright Balloon, a podcast where Sara Meyer shares bright ideas for your balloon business! I want you to make more money, eliminate stress and learn along with me as we grow our creative businesses together! Welcome to The Bright Balloon

Tom & Lorenzo's Pop Style Opinionfest


Cringing at ”And Just Like That...,” Cheering for ”Yellowjackets”

T Lo cringe at the "Hamilton" cast singing away insurrection, rant about "And Just Like That..."'s pitiful portrayal of middle age cluelessness, and beg you to start watching "Yellowjackets" if you haven't already.

Case Closed! (old time radio)

Sam Spade and Box 13 This week on Case Closed, The Adventures Of Sam Spade starts us off with his case from November 9, 1947, The Bow Window Caper. (29:47) Box 13 closes the show with Damsel In Distress, his story from November 14, 1948. Download CaseClosed766 Case Closed is made possible by you! If you’re able to [...]

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.

Jane Austen Bedtime Stories

Jane Austen Bedtime Pod

Pride and Prejudice, Chapter 34

Mr. Darcy proposed! What else is there to say - although he's the last man on earth whom Lizzy could ever be prevailed upon to marry, we ardently hope this week's story will help you drift into restful and restorative sleep. 
Welcome to the Jane Austen Bedtime Stories podcast! Each episode is a section of a classic Jane Austen novel, read in soothing tones and set to calming music to help you fall asleep.
With everything that is going on in the world, we find comfort in the familiar. For so many of us, Jane Austen's works are like a warm hug. So snuggle up under the covers and let the comforting words of Jane Austen lull you into sleep.
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کیمیاگر(فصل چهاردهم)

خلاصه داستان کتاب کمیاگر:
کیمیاگر داستان یک چوپان جوان و ماجراجو به نام سانتیاگو است که علاقه بسیاری به سفر کردن دارد. او اهل آندلس یا همان اسپانیای کنونی است.
او هربار در زیر درخت چناری که از ویرانه‌های یک کلیسا رشد کرده، می‌خوابد و هربار نیز یک رویای تکراری می‌بیند؛ رؤیایی که در آن کودکی به او درباره‌ی وجود یک گنجینه‌ی ارزشمند در اطراف اهرام مصر خبر می‌دهد.
سانتیاگو برای تعبیر رویایش با یک زن کولی مشورت می‌کند و در کمال تعجب زن به او می‌گوید که به مصر برود.
او هم‌چنین با پیرمردی عجیب به نام ملک صادق ملاقات می‌کند که ادعا دارد پادشاه سلیم است. پیرمرد نیز توصیه‌های کولی را تکرار می‌کند و به سانتیاگو می‌گوید سفر به اهرام، افسانه شخصی وی است.
افسانه شخصی چیزی‌ست که شما همیشه آرزوی انجامش را داشته‌اید. همه‌ی افراد، در آغاز جوانی می‌دانند که افسانه‌ی شخصی‌شان چیست. اما با گذشت زمان حسی به آن‌ها القا می‌کند که دست‌یابی به افسانه‌ی شخصی غیرممکن است.
ملک صادق سانتیاگو را متقاعد کرد که به جهت دنبال‌کردن افسانه شخصی‌اش گله خود را بفر

In VOGUE: The 2000s

Vogue & Condé Nast

Episode 9: From URL to Front Row: Bloggers Dial-Up Fashion

The dawn of the 21st century witnessed the proliferation of media, and a decided shift online. With access like never before, the fashion world was opened to new readers, fans, and enthusiasts through the eyes, and fingertips, of self-appointed chroniclers and critics who came to be known as “the bloggers.” In turn, these bloggers paved the way for the influencers of today.

Join us to hear how the era of blogging brought street style fashion into the hands of millions around the globe. This new era spawned the careers of unique and highly influential individuals like Tommy Ton, Susie Lau, Tavi Gevinson, and Garance Doré. We’ll learn how bloggers of this generation disrupted the fashion world, by tearing down the barriers between the fashion gatekeepers of the past and the consumers of the future. Listen in to discover how the once invite-only industry exclusives became a form of fashion entertainment for t

All the Books!

Book Riot

All the Backlist! January 14, 2022

This week, Tirzah recommends two great fictional books about Hollywood.

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The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Now That I’ve Found You by Kristina Forest

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City Arts & Lectures

City Arts & Lectures

Jelani Cobb

Jelani Cobb is a staff writer for the New Yorker magazine, historian, and professor of journalism at Columbia, and one of today’s most important public intellectuals.  He is the co-editor of  a new anthology, The Matter of Black Lives, which compiles New Yorker essays on race in America through time, by writers including James Baldwin, Toni Morrison, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Hilton Als, and Zadie Smith. On November 5, 2021, he came to the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco for an on-stage conversation with Jeff Chang and a live audience. They spoke about diversity in the newsroom, the controversy surrounding Dave Chappelle, and the findings of a task force created by Lyndon Johnson in the wake of racial riots in the 1960s.

Kitchen Prescription with Kelsey Nixon

Kelsey Nixon

In this cooking meets kitchen organization podcast Kelsey Nixon will help you get dinner on the table each week and discuss organizing, outfitting, and optimizing your kitchen for easy weeknight cooking. It's the podcast you listen to when you don’t know what to make for dinner! In each weekly episode Kelsey will share 3 super simple weeknight dinner recipes that are quick, simple, and loved by everyone at the table. Think sheet pan dinners, one pot meals, recipes that work for both parents AND picky eaters, and ideas that incorporate supermarket shortcut ingredients…like rotisserie chicken. In addition to recipes, Kelsey will cover time-saving kitchen organization tips that help you set up systems for success in your kitchen along with the tools and equipment you need to execute recipes in as few steps, ingredients, and dirty dishes as possible. Simply put, this podcast will help you get dinner on the table and solve your weeknight dinner woes!

The Hamilcast: A Hamilton Podcast

Gillian Pensavalle

#300: James Monroe Iglehart and Friends Take Over the Podcast to Celebrate 300 Episodes!

James Monroe Iglehart takes over hosting the The Hamilcast and turns the tables on G. Pen to celebrate The Hamilcast 300th episode. This special episode features appearances from Hamilton cast members, long time friends of the pod, and surprises from past guests and the Hamilton creative team.   James Monroe Iglehart on Twitter James Monroe Iglehart on Instagram Gillian Pensavalle on Twitter Gillian Pensavalle on Instagram The Hamilcast on Twitter The Hamilcast on Instagram Join the Patreon Peeps

Didn't I Just Feed You

Stacie Billis and Meghan Splawn

Didn’t I Just Feed You?! is a candid weekly podcast about feeding our families -- because, man, kids need to eat a lot. And frequently too! Co-hosts Stacie Billis and Meghan Splawn dig into everything from the high highs and low lows of meal planning to coping with picky eaters, the joys of dining out with kids to real-life wellness for families, all with a mission to make family meal time more fun and less stressful for busy parents. Armed with culinary prowess, practical advice, guest experts ranging from celebrity chefs to everyday parents in the trenches (you know, the real experts), a microphone and, yes, sometimes whiskey, Stacie and Meghan make life as the family cook easier. Or at least funnier.

Fruit Love Letters

Whetstone Radio Collective

Fruit Love Letters is a curious dive into the Anthropocene through fruit-colored glasses. Host Jessamine Starr may not be a botanist, historian, farmer or an expert on fruit, but as a chef in Atlanta she's simply had a lifetime love affair with it. So, she began penning love letters to fruit. This podcast pairs those letters with her desires to learn more. From the miraculous survival adventure of the avocado, to the nurturing personality of a fig, we’ll traverse the world of fruit through emotional meanderings and expanding a hunger for more information. Through discussions with farmers, scientists, chefs and enthusiasts, Fruit Love Letters proves that there is so much we didn’t know about fruit, from the blueberries you sprinkle on your cereal or that seemingly mundane apple snack, both in historical fact and mystique.

Reading Ferdowsi فردوسی خوانی

Amir Khadem

صدوهفتادونهم: داستان مرگ یزدگرد

Chai With Banafsheh/ چای با بنفشه

Banafsheh Taherian

چای از شما؛ قصه از من

The Stories of Mahabharata

Sudipta Bhawmik

Mahabharata Episode 62: Day 12 of the War

Dron's failure to capture Yudhistir frustrates Duryodhan. Trigarta King Susharma, his brothers and allies vow to draw away Arjun from the main action and kill him. But when the war begins on the twelfth day, Arjun destroys them mercilessly. King Bhagadatta, riding his huge elephant, attacks Arjun with his Vaishnavastra, a weapon that no mortal can survive. Krishna once again rises to the occasion and saves his beloved friend. Dron tries his best to capture Yudhistir, but fails again. Listen to the details of the twelfth day's battle of the Kurukshetra war on this exciting episode. See for privacy and opt-out information.

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah


MICHAEL BUBLÉ: "Christmas" 10th Anniversary

It's been 10 years since Michael Bublé released his iconic holiday album, "Christmas". Can you believe it?! It seems like only yesterday, and also like it's been with us always. I've known and loved Michael for far longer than a decade, and while the anniversary of this now-classic LP brought us together, our conversation is anything but on-topic! We talk about kids, music, footed pajamas, and food, food, food!
Join us and you'll find out what Michael likes to add to his mac 'n cheese to make it extra-special (and all kinds of other fun stuff)! ~ Delilah
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The Chris Voss Show

Chris Voss

The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Sure Petcare CES Show 2022 Interview
See them virtually at CES Show 2022 at their website

Hunt, Gather, Talk with Hank Shaw

Hank Shaw

Wild foods expert and cookbook author Hank Shaw's audio adventures in foraging, fishing, hunting and cooking. Season Two focuses on upland game: Pheasants, turkeys, quail, rabbits and so on. Each episode is a deep dive into that animal's biology, lore, habitat, hunting tips and of course, how to best cook them!


Becca De La Rosa & Mabel Martin

Episode Forty: The Deterritorialization of Time

The past is never what we believe it to be. Featuring: an insidious remembering. Music: Why Don't You Write When You Don't Need Money by Bob Roberts, Northern Lights by VYVCH, Three Chain Links by Magic Hour, Searching in Carverns by ROZKOL, Comadreamers I by Haunted Me, and M, Volume II by (morse). Written by Becca De La Rosa and Mabel Martin. Guest starring: Dorrie Sacks as Janet Kirk, Alexandra Serova as Aconite, and Meg Dixon as Aurora Silver.

Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon™

Kay Durairaj, MD, FACS @beautybydrkay

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. […]

American Patchwork & Quilting Podcast

American Patchwork & Quilting

540. Make the Most of Closet Storage

Looking for more space for your sewing supplies and projects? We share ideas for making the most of your closet storage -- everything from hangers, shelves, cubby storage, pegboards, and more. We also share tips for achieving a square up quilt and for saving money in your sewing room. And if you're on the lookout for new storage products, we share our favorites!
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Food with Mark Bittman

Airwave Media

Ray Anthony Barrett Talks Art and Food

Mark talks with chef and artist Ray Anthony Barrett about the connection between art and food. Follow Ray on Instagram at @rayanthonybarrett, and you can learn more about his catering and pop-up kitchen Cinque at
This episode was sponsored by Brami Snacks ( and promo code BITTMAN30 for 30% off) and Luke's Lobster ( and promo code BITTMAN15 for 15% off).
Subscribe to Food with Mark Bittman on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen, and please leave 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 Submit your listener questions to Mark and Team Bittman on our toll-free listener voicemail line at (833) FOOD-POD or (833) 366-3763.
Food with Mark Bittman is part of the Airwave Media podcast network.

The Beauty Brains

Discover the beauty and cosmetic products you should use and avoid

Are shampoo and laundry detergent the same - Episode 289

On today’s show we are going to answer questions about…Will shower head filters help with hair color retention?Is polyethylene in cleansing balms an environmental problem?Can you wash your hair with laundry detergent?Does Jamaican Black Castor Oil really make your oil grow?How does the Goldwell Elumen hair color technology work?Beauty Science NewsA Cosmetic Chemist Explains TikTok's Viral Vitamin C Test Microbes are evolving to eat plastics, study findsFour Ways to Ask a question -1. Become a patron and ask through there. These get top attention.2. You can record your question on your smart phone and email to thebeautybrains@gmail.com3. Send it to us via social media (see links below)4. Submit it through the following form - Ask a questionSupport the Beauty BrainsThe Beauty Brains are now on Patreon! If you want to support the show Patreon is the best way to do it. This will help keep the show going and avoid any


Caroline Crampton

Dorothy L Sayers Solves Her Mystery (Queens of Crime at War 6)

Why did she stop writing detective fiction as WW2 approached? This is the sixth and final episode of Queens of Crime at War, a six part series looking at what the best writers from the golden age of detective fiction did once that period came to an end with the start of the Second World War. The Pledge Drive gift offer is now over, because we have smashed the 100 member goal already! But if you'd still like to join the Shedunnit Book Club members, and get access to the special Christmas livestream I'm doing with my husband on 15th December just for members, visit There are very minor spoilers in this episode for the eventual outcome of the Harriet Vane-Peter Wimsey plot line. Books referenced: — Busman's Honeymoon by Dorothy L Sayers — The Nine Tailors by Dorothy L Sayers — The Floating Admiral by Members of the Detection Club — The Documents in the Case by Dorothy L Sayers and Rob



Holiday Kitchen Advice from Padma Lakshmi, Dorian Hunter, Nadiya Hussain, Daniel Boloud, and Anne Byrn

This year, we can welcome people safely into our homes more for the holidays than we could in 2020. So as you prepare your holiday menus, check in with some of the food world’s best talents and get some help! Join MasterChef winner Dorian Hunter, Cake Mix Doctor Anne Byrn, world-renowned chef Daniel Boulud and Great British Bake-Off winner Nadiya Hussain for their advice on saving time, eliminating stress and wowing your crowd on Thanksgiving, Christmas and beyond!
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Relic Radio Sci-Fi (old time radio)

The New Wine by SF 68

This week on Relic Radio Science Fiction, SF '68 presents its story from October 11, 1968, The New Wine. More from SF '68 Download SciFi708

What Are You Wearing?

Mamamia Podcasts

All Your Fashion Questions, Answered

How do you separate your work and everyday wardrobe?
What colour combinations should we go for? And which should we avoid?

Yes, you guessed it. Today on the show we're answering all your listener questions! From pleather to pants, fashion inspo to essential basics, to a bunch of recommendations, we’ve got you covered. 

Check out everything we talked about today on the Mamamia Style Instagram

We have a Facebook group! Check out What Are You Wearing

The list of clothes and accessories mentioned in this episode is below:

Hansel and Gretel Blazer

Witchery white tee

Kmart Mum jeans

One Teaspoon jeans



Tam: Rubi claw clips 

Deni: Ray-Ban aviators 


Tam: You Swim 

Deni: Kmart shapewear



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