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  • Un podcast d'aventure de pirates palpitante. Pour les petits et pour les grands.
    Embarquez pour un voyage exaltant avec Gabriel, un jeune garçon qui se retrouve pris dans une aventure de pirates avec son chat Didi.

    Lorsque le père de Gabriel est kidnappé par une bande de pirates impitoyables, Gabriel doit rassembler son courage et sa débrouillardise pour le sauver.

    En chemin, il se lie d'amitié avec un chat malicieux nommé Didi et rencontre une galerie de personnages inoubliables, dont un vieux marin sage, un capitaine pirate rusé et une sirène mystérieuse.

    Avec Didi à ses côtés, Gabriel navigue sur des eaux perfides, relève des défis périlleux et découvre des secrets cachés alors qu'il court contre la montre pour sauver son père.

    Rejoignez Gabriel dans son aventure palpitante alors qu'il combat des pirates, explore des territoires inconnus et découvre le vrai sens du courage et de l'amitié.

  • La souveraineté industrielle a son podcast !

    Crise du Covid, guerre en Ukraine, hausse des tensions internationales : on a tous pris conscience de l'ampleur de nos vulnérabilités et de nos dépendances en matière de production industrielle.

    Or l’industrie est la garante de notre expertise, de nos emplois et de notre modèle social. Il est donc temps d'explorer ensemble les enjeux de souveraineté industrielle de la France.

    Avec mes invités, spécialistes de l'industrie, on parle matières premières, technologie, compétences, financement, énergie, géopolitique, et bien sûr, décarbonation !

    Pour me joindre : LinkedIn/CarolineDornstetter
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    Le compte X : @Le_vif_du_sujet 
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    Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez pour plus d'informations.

  • Dans ce podcast, je pars à la rencontre d'expert badass du vivant. Ils nous aideront à comprendre les grands enjeux actuels, nous donnerons des clés d'actions citoyennes et surtout l'envie d'avoir envie -euh non- enfin si un peu - et surtout l'envie de nous engager nous aussi en faveur de cette transition de société ambitieuse et passionnante ! Bonne écoute ! 
    Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez pour plus d'informations.

  • Papotons ensemble comme des amies autour d'un thé des éléments clés pour réussir à créer son business en ligne grâce au marketing.

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  • Become a Paid Subscriber: Host, Podcaster, and Brand AmbassadorNala runs her own show, "Nala's Den," in Jacksonville, FL. She also partners with Power 904 Online Radio as a host and brand ambassador. With a keen eye for digital trends, Nala has taken the reins on On Our Radar Magazine, boosting her content and interviews on various social media platforms. For more information, contact Nala at [email protected].

  • Salman Rushdie is a renowned British-Indian novelist, essayist, and public intellectual known for his thought-provoking and controversial works that often explore themes of religion, politics, and cultural identity. Born Ahmed Salman Rushdie on June 19, 1947, in Bombay (now Mumbai), India, to a Muslim family, he grew up in a privileged and liberal household. His father, Anis Ahmed Rushdie, was a successful businessman, and his mother, Negin Bhatt, was a teacher.
    Rushdie's early years were marked by a love for literature and storytelling. He was an avid reader from a young age, devouring books from his father's extensive library. His parents encouraged his intellectual pursuits and provided him with a well-rounded education that exposed him to both Eastern and Western cultures.
    Rushdie received his early education at the Cathedral and John Connon School in Bombay before moving to England to attend the Rugby School, a prestigious boarding school. He excelled academically and was known for his sharp wit and creative writing skills. After completing his secondary education, Rushdie went on to study history at King's College, University of Cambridge, where he earned his bachelor's degree in 1968.
    During his time at Cambridge, Rushdie became involved in the student literary scene and began to hone his craft as a writer. He was influenced by a wide range of literary traditions, from the magical realism of Latin American authors like Gabriel García Márquez to the modernist experimentalism of James Joyce and Vladimir Nabokov.
    After completing his education, Rushdie worked as a copywriter for an advertising agency in London. He found the work unfulfilling and began to focus more on his writing. In the early 1970s, he started working on his first novel, "Grimus," which was published in 1975. The book, a science fiction tale with philosophical undertones, received mixed reviews but established Rushdie as a promising new voice in British literature.
    However, it was his second novel, "Midnight's Children" (1981), that catapulted him to international fame. The book, which tells the story of India's transition from British colonial rule to independence through the eyes of a telepathic protagonist, was a critical and commercial success. It won the Booker Prize in 1981 and was later awarded the "Booker of Bookers" prize in 1993 as the best novel to have won the award in its first 25 years.
    "Midnight's Children" showcased Rushdie's unique literary style, which blends elements of magical realism, historical fiction, and social commentary. The novel's complex narrative structure, vivid characters, and richly layered symbolism established Rushdie as a master storyteller and cemented his reputation as one of the most important voices in postcolonial literature.
    Rushdie's literary career continued to flourish with the publication of several more novels, including "Shame" (1983), "The Satanic Verses" (1988), "The Moor's Last Sigh" (1995), and "The Ground Beneath Her Feet" (1999). Each of these works showcased Rushdie's ability to tackle complex themes and ideas while creating compelling and memorable characters.
    "Shame," a dark satire set in a fictional country resembling Pakistan, explores the corrupting effects of power and the nature of shame and honor in South Asian society. "The Moor's Last Sigh," a sprawling family saga spanning generations, delves into questions of identity, art, and politics in modern India. "The Ground Beneath Her Feet," a reimagining of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth set in the world of rock music, examines the nature of love, fame, and artistic creation.
    However, it was the publication of "The Satanic Verses" in 1988 that thrust Rushdie into a global controversy that would define much of his career. The book, which includes a dream sequence inspired by the life of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, was deemed blasphemous by some Muslims who felt that it insulted and mocked their religious beliefs.
    The controversy surrounding "The Satanic Verses" quickly escalated, with protests and book burnings taking place in several countries. In February 1989, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, then-Supreme Leader of Iran, issued a fatwa (religious edict) calling for Rushdie's death, accusing him of apostasy and blasphemy. The fatwa also called for the death of anyone involved in the publication of the book.
    The fatwa forced Rushdie into hiding under police protection for several years. He lived under the constant threat of assassination, moving from safe house to safe house and adopting the pseudonym "Joseph Anton" (a combination of the first names of two of his favorite writers, Joseph Conrad and Anton Chekhov). During this time, Rushdie became a global symbol of the fight for freedom of expression and the right of artists to challenge religious and political orthodoxies.
    Despite the threats and controversy, Rushdie continued to write and speak out against censorship and in defense of human rights. He became a vocal critic of religious extremism and totalitarianism, using his platform to advocate for the rights of marginalized and oppressed communities around the world.
    In addition to his novels, Rushdie has published several collections of essays, including "Imaginary Homelands" (1991) and "Step Across This Line" (2002). These works showcase Rushdie's wide-ranging intellect and his ability to engage with a variety of subjects, from literature and art to politics and religion. His essays are characterized by their wit, erudition, and passionate defense of humanist values.
    Rushdie has also written works of non-fiction, such as "The Jaguar Smile: A Nicaraguan Journey" (1987), an account of his travels in Nicaragua during the Sandinista revolution, and "Joseph Anton: A Memoir" (2012), a powerful and moving account of his life under the fatwa. In these works, Rushdie demonstrates his skills as a keen observer and insightful commentator on the world around him.
    Throughout his career, Rushdie has received numerous awards and honors for his literary contributions. In addition to the Booker Prize and the "Booker of Bookers" award, he has won the European Union's Aristeion Prize for Literature, the Writers' Guild Award, and the James Joyce Award. He was also knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 2007 for his services to literature, a decision that sparked further controversy and protests in some parts of the Muslim world.
    Despite the many accolades he has received, Rushdie's life and work have been marked by ongoing threats and attacks. In addition to the fatwa and the constant risk of assassination, he has faced protests, book burnings, and other forms of intimidation and censorship. However, he has remained steadfast in his commitment to free expression and his belief in the power of literature to challenge and transform society.
    On August 12, 2022, Rushdie was preparing to deliver a lecture on the importance of artistic freedom and the United States as a haven for exiled writers at the Chautauqua Institution in New York state when he was attacked and stabbed multiple times by a man who rushed onto the stage.
    The attacker, later identified as 24-year-old Hadi Matar, targeted Rushdie's neck and abdomen, inflicting severe injuries. Despite the surprise and brutality of the attack, Rushdie managed to escape the stage with assistance and was promptly transported to a nearby hospital for emergency treatment.
    The attack left Rushdie in critical condition, with injuries to his liver, severed nerves in his arm, and the potential loss of an eye. He underwent emergency surgery and was placed on a ventilator to assist with his breathing. In the days following the incident, his condition gradually stabilized, and he was able to be taken off the ventilator and speak, even displaying his characteristic sense of humor in the face of adversity.
    The news of the attack sent shockwaves through the literary world and beyond, with writers, public figures, and organizations around the globe condemning the violence and expressing their support for Rushdie. Many saw the incident as a direct assault on the principles of free speech and a grim reminder of the ongoing threats faced by writers and artists who dare to challenge religious and political orthodoxies.
    As investigators delved into the background of the attacker, they uncovered links between Matar and sympathizers of Iran and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. These connections suggested that the assault may have been motivated, at least in part, by the long-standing fatwa against Rushdie and the ongoing hostility toward him in certain quarters of the Muslim world.
    The attack on Rushdie reignited discussions about the importance of protecting free speech and the need to combat religious extremism and intolerance. It also raised questions about the effectiveness of security measures for high-profile individuals who face ongoing threats and the role of the international community in defending the rights of writers and artists.
    In the wake of the attack, there was an outpouring of support for Rushdie from across the globe. Writers, activists, and public figures condemned the violence and expressed their solidarity with Rushdie and his unwavering commitment to free expression. Many saw the incident as a rallying cry for the defense of artistic freedom and the need to stand up against those who would seek to silence and intimidate writers and artists.
    For Rushdie, the attack was a horrifying reminder of the dangers he has faced for much of his career. However, true to form, he remained defiant and undeterred in the face of violence and intimidation. In a statement released after the attack, he reaffirmed his commitment to his work and his belief in the power of literature to transcend boundaries and bring people together.
    Throughout his life and career, Salman

  • The Holly T and Jeremy Carr Show is a dynamic talk show that dives head first into the vibrant worlds of Electronic Dance Music, celebrity culture and pop culture with a refreshing and irreverent twist. Hosted by industry music veterans Jeremy Carr, known for his work with Avicci and The Chainsmokers, and Holly T, a familiar face from The Drew Barrymore Show, this engaging duo brings a unique blend of humor, insight and charm to their discussions. From exclusive interviews with top DJs and artists to hilarious takes on the latest celebrity gossip, this show promises to entertain and enlighten audiences in a way that only Holly T and Jeremy Carr can deliver. 
    This is another Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a podcast network and digital media production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network by going to or the Hurrdat Media YouTube channel!

  • Bienvenu(e)s dans le Ana's Rendez vous !
    Ce podcast c'est un(e) ou des nouveaux invité(e)s à chaque épisodes, des entretiens pour discuter de sujets de société, d'amitié, de bien être, de santé... On va bien rigoler, soyez au RDVVVV !
    Insta / Tiktok
    Ana au micro : @anas_rendezvous
    Visuels : @jason_nova / @jason.novaa & @maissa_stl
    Jingles : @mabradaa / @mabradaa_music


  • A Wig A bag and a Dream
    Une Perruque, un Sac et un Rêve !

    Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez pour plus d'informations.

  • Build the Change is a show about the people at the center of progress hosted by internationally renowned gender non-conforming writer and performance artist Alok Vaid-Menon. We're on a journey across the country, searching for stories about everyday people working together to build something bigger than themselves: Real change. From kelp farmers in Alaska, to LGBTQ students in Appalachia, to candidates in states with razor thin party margins, you'll see what it takes to build a grassroots movement for progressive change—and maybe get inspired to make some change of your own.

    Created in partnership with ActBlue.

  • Dans ce premier podcast, on retrouve l'histoire d'une femme qui a choisi de changer de vie, pour aller vers un monde plus respectueux de l'environnement.

  • Arkansiel est présenté par Jean-Noël Degrace pour tout savoir ou presque sur les phénomènes météorologiques dans les antilles. Un podcast pédagogique accessible à tous pour découvrir, comprendre, apporter des réponses aux questions que l'on peut se poser comme pourquoi le ciel est bleu ? Comment sont choisi les prénoms des cyclones ? Qu'est-ce qu'une onde tropicale ? 
    Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez pour plus d'informations.

  •  Le travail peut être une distraction, une vocation, un calvaire. Il occupe nos journées et nos esprits, même quand il fait défaut. Il faut en trouver, le garder, s’adapter, en parler. Oui mais comment ? Et pour dire quoi ? C’est à la fois ce qui rythme nos vies, même quand la mélodie est monotone. Ce qui fonde nos rapports sociaux, et parfois nous enrichit. 
    Depuis la crise sanitaire, le travail s’est infiltré jusque dans nos espaces de vie les plus intimes. Ce sont ces histoires de labeur que nous vous racontons dans chaque épisode de 35h et plus si affinités.

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  • Participer à la construction d'une société de l’information de proximité, privilégiant les rencontres, le contact et les échanges. ReZonance s’attache à permettre au plus grand nombre de s’exprimer dans ses différences, à valoriser les regards croisés, à soutenir la construction collective.
    Conscient que les médias associatifs peuvent jouer un rôle positif en matière de cohésion sociale et de dialogue, l'association favorise l'engagement de la population et sa participation au niveau local et régional.
    Forte d'une expérience auprès du public, des collectivités, et de structures de l'Économie Sociale et Solidaire, l'association utilise la vidéo et le son, pour créer une véritable dynamique entre les professionnels et le public.

  • Quelle réjouissance de découvrir que des pionniers sont actuellement à l'oeuvre pour inventer un nouveau modèle de vie en France et ailleurs ! Face à tous ces problèmes systémiques qui tiraillent et chamboulent notre société, certains expérimentent, découvrent, trébuchent, osent, recommencent, réinventent.
    C'est ce que j'ai voulu découvrir en partant sur les routes des écolieux et écovillages de France et de Belgique en 2023.
    Je suis Blandine d'Estaintot et ici, je vous raconte.

  • Mathilde Billet, spécialiste en réemploi de matériaux de construction, propose le podcast Le Jour du Donut diffusé tous les 15 du mois sur le média Un véritable récit d’expérience, après avoir passé deux mois de résidence à Portland pour explorer les pratiques du réemploi en architecture, son organisation et ses dynamiques dans la ville.

    Hébergé par Acast. Visitez pour plus d'informations.

  • Bonjour à tous, vous trouverez ici, toutes les deux semaines un épisode sur le quotidien de femme de militaire. un podcast afin de parler à cœur ouvert sur ce rôle de conjoint(e) dans ce milieu particulier qu'est l'armée française. Entre ressenti personnel, interview et témoignage. Venez suivre notre histoire, celle de la base arrière.

  • On dit d’une langue qu’elle meurt quand elle cesse d’évoluer. Est-ce pareil pour une société ? Un pays ? Un continent ? Si tel était le cas, rassurez-vous, notre époque est bien vivante ! Manifestations, bouleversements collectifs, prises de conscience individuelles, évolution des mœurs… Le mouvement est constant, difficile à capter, il est parfois terrifiant. Loin des fantasmes, on raconte l’intime de ces bouleversements.

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  • Si rencontrer quelqu’un n’a jamais été aussi simple, s’aimer n’a jamais été aussi compliqué. Le champ des histoires possibles est vaste à l’ère du swipe et des nouveaux codes amoureux.L’amour pourtant reste insondable, une alchimie apparemment irréductible aux algorithmes et aux normes qu’on croyait avoir compris. Tout est chaos mais fleurit encore l’espoir d’aimer, voire d’aimer mieux.Retrouvez-nous tous nos contenus sur ( Suivez Frictions sur Instagram (, Facebook (, Twitter ( !Vous ne recevez pas encore notre newsletter ? Incrivez-vous ici (
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