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  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • From a magician who inspired Shakespeare, and poems woven into Japanese prints, to manuscripts illuminated with the ancient love story of Layla and Majnun, this new podcast series will delve into the poetry and literature hidden in the collections at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. Join us each Friday, from 5 February, for a new audio adventure. Objects Out Loud is produced and presented by Lucie Dawkins.

  • Remember 'Once Upon a Time'? The TV show? Marcus and Rowan kinda do. Not really. Time to re-watch it I guess.

  • "WikiTrento-Walk in Trento", a project by the Mercurio Cooperative also supported with the contribution of the Municipality of Trento, Wikimedia Italia and the Trento Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with Italia Nostra section trentina, with the Tridentino Diocesan Museum, with the Argentario Ecomuseum and with the Municipal Library of Trento, it intends to create a path to discover the historical-artistic-cultural heritage, and not only, of the city of Trento.

    Four editathons with Wikipedians, experts and young people will contribute to the construction and improvement of Wikipedia entries and will be the basis for the creation of six creative tracks that will return as many paths of discovery of the city in the form of Podcasts, usable on the main platforms in digital mode in languages Italian, English and German.

    Collective intelligence, the network with experts and creativity are the engines of a project that will lead to discovering Trento in an unprecedented way.

  • The podcast where we speak to retail and eCommerce businesses about their brand. The good, the bad and the ugly!

  • The Ori Lifestyle Inclusive Beauty Podcast is a weekly conversation about beauty, nutrition, fitness and wellness including spiritual wellness.  The topics are carefully curated to cater for those who feel underserved by mainstream dialogue,  and those who want to delve into issues and topics led by experts in their respective fields . 

  • Join us for the EULAR Podcast, dedicated to innovation and the latest developments in world rheumatology! 

    Engage in captivating discussions with leading experts as we bring you insightful interviews and in-depth analyses. 

    Discover EULAR initiatives and highlights from the EULAR Congress. Stay tuned and stay informed!

  • Join Steve & Jason as they cover all things arts-related. Interviews with Directors, Writers, Actors & Producers. Discussion on how to be real with your acting and less "dramatic"!

  • A deep dive into the qualities, skills and responsibilities that artists, as leaders of co-created art, embody and practice in their work.

    New episode released every Tuesday. Lyn Gardner 'wholeheartedly recommends' this podcast :)

    Episode 1: Open and Humble Ned Glasier from Company Three Released on 14th May 2024
    Episode 2: Grounded and Energetic Sita Thomas from Fio Released on 21st May 2024
    Episode 3: Empathy and Care for Others Tashi Gore from Glass Performance on 28th May 2024
    Episode 4: Adaptable and Flexible Kelly Green on 4th June 2024
    Episode 5: True to Yourself Conrad Murray from Battersea Arts Centre’s Beatbox Academy Released 11th June 2024
    Episode 6: Patient Kane Husbands from The Pappy Show Released 18th June 2024
    Episode 7: Holding Space Tanushka Marah from ThirdSpace Theatre Released 25th June 2024
    Episode 8: Managing Energy Levels Jack Parris from Brighton People’s Theatre Released 2nd July 2024
    Episode 9: Listening and Communicating Dan Thompson Freelance Artist Released 9th July 2024
    Episode 10: Inclusive Language Kane Husbands from The Pappy Show Released 16th July 2024
    Episode 11: Art Form Skills Conrad Murray from Battersea Arts Centre’s Beatbox Academy Released 23rd July 2024
    Episode 12: Facilitation Skills Sarah Blowers from Strike a Light Released 30th July 2024
    Episode 13: Safety Kelly Green Freelance Artist Released 3rd September 2024
    Episode 14: Safeguarding Jason Camilleri from Wales Millenium Centre Released 10th September 2024
    Episode 15: Being Accountable Sarah Blowers from Strike a Light Released 17th September 2024
    Episode 16: Rights and Ethics Ned Glasier from Company Three Released 24th September 2024
    Episode 17: Know your limits and involve other people Jess Thorpe from Glass Performance Released 1st October 2024
    Episode 18: To create a structure/purpose Jack Parris from Brighton People’s Theatre Released 8th October 2024
    Episode 19: To know an appropriate amount about who you are working with Dan Thompson Freelance Artist Released 15th October 2024
    Episode 20: To ensure people have a positive experience Tanushka Marah from ThirdSpace Theatre Released 22nd October 2024

  • We are a Tabletop Roleplaying Game Actual Play podcast that focuses on Call of Cthulhu, Delta Green, Pendragon, Traveller, D&D and more. We upload on Youtube mainly, but also Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Please subscribe on Youtube if you want to follow us!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2MiqNbW3QhVyo9L2Bz7ZTACurrently we are playing the Delta Green campaign, "God's Teeth"

  • "Gangbusters" was an influential and highly popular American radio crime drama series that aired from 1936 to 1957. It was created by Phillips H. Lord, who sought to capitalize on the public's fascination with crime stories and the efforts of law enforcement to combat criminal activity. The show was known for its intense, realistic sound effects, fast-paced narratives, and a distinctive auditory style that had a significant impact on the radio and later on television crime genres.

    Concept and FeaturesGangbusters was unique in its format and presentation. Each episode featured a dramatization of a real-life criminal case from the files of police and federal law enforcement, ranging from robberies and murders to racketeering and drug trafficking. The aim was to show the methods and processes used by the police to solve crimes and capture the criminals.
    Notable Aspects of the Show
    Introduction: The show is famous for its dramatic opening, which included blaring sirens, machine gun fire, and screeching tires. This opening was meant to immediately capture the listener's attention.Narration and Structure: Episodes were often narrated by authoritative figures, including colonels from state police or other law enforcement officials, which lent an air of authenticity to the stories. The narratives were straightforward, focusing on the buildup to the crime, the commission of the crime, and its aftermath, culminating in the law enforcement investigation and the eventual apprehension of the criminals.Sound Effects: "Gangbusters" used elaborate sound effects to heighten the realism of the police action and maintain a high level of suspense and excitement, setting a standard for audio effects in radio dramas.The "Gangbusters' March": The program's theme music, known as the "Gangbusters' March," became instantly recognizable and is still associated with crime-fighting action.Influence and Legacy"Gangbusters" was instrumental in shaping public perceptions of the police and the criminal justice system. Its approach influenced numerous other crime shows on both radio and television. The term "gangbusters" itself entered the American lexicon, popularly used to describe something that comes on with explosive force or that is exceptionally successful and fast-paced.
    Cultural ImpactThe show's realistic portrayal of crime and law enforcement work helped to educate the public about the dangers of crime and the complexity of police work. It also played a role in building support for law enforcement agencies across the United States.

    Running for over two decades, "Gangbusters" remains a significant part of the golden age of radio. Its legacy persists in the crime genre, influencing how crime stories are presented in media and remembered for its dynamic storytelling and dramatic flair.

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  • Backstage gets you closer to the musicals and performers you love, produced by the team at Matinee Radio. You can also “play Matinee Radio” on your smartspeaker to hear the greatest shows 24/7!

  • The Brainy Ballerina Podcast is a podcast for aspiring professional ballet dancers who want to learn what it really takes to build a smart and sustainable career in the dance industry.

    Former professional ballerina turned Dance Educator and Career Mentor Caitlin Sloan peels back the curtain of the professional dance world with open and honest conversations about the realities of becoming a professional dancer.

    Along with sharing her industry knowledge, Caitlin interviews top dancers, educators and experts in the dance industry who share their stories to inform, motivate and inspire you to pursue your dance career with confidence.

    Tune in each week for actionable tips and advice to empower you with the tools and knowledge you need to succeed in a professional dance career on your terms.

  • Full cast Science Fiction Thrillers with audio special FX that stir the heart and startle the mind. If you enjoy Heinlein, Clarke, Asimov, Larry Niven, Jerry Pournelle, or Bradbury you'll find these dramatized science fiction experiences appropriately insightful and entertaining.

  • Do you like poetry? Neither do we. But we thought we ought to not fall short (doesn't work) and help revive this stuttering artform. Join Jack and Angus as they follow in the footsteps of Thomas, Shelley and Burns by trying their hand at Haikus, Sonnets, Limericks and whatever else they think of that day!

  • Hosted by Nicolas Savard, the Gender Euphoria podcast aims to amplify the voices of trans and gender nonconforming theater artists in the United States and creates an opportunity for trans artists to be in conversation with one another about their experiences working in a field that has a tendency to tokenize them. Each of these conversations will offer a space to share and explore the kinds of cultural work that trans/queer art is doing in the world from an intersectional perspective.

  • ’Prompt’ is a podcast which looks at the world of theatre from a stage manager’s perspective alongside some of the industry’s most fascinating and experienced practitioners. Join Jess Branch as she chats to a wide range of guests including actors, directors, writers and designers. During these lively episodes she will talk careers, mistakes and whether or not they are indeed prompt.

  • Just two stages kids taking all things theatre (that is if we donโ€™t get side-tracked)

  • Welcome to 'MT Chairs at MT Tables' - A Podcast all about Musical Theatre! Join Shaun Aquilina, Ryan Murphy and Adam Gerbertson from the Musical Theatre Degree Course at Anglia Ruskin University as they discuss their hot topics, dive into their favourite sings and test their knowledge in the weekly musical quiz!

  • Ear Expansion Podcast is a multi-part series of recorded, long form conversations between host LaMont Hamilton and various artists of color working in all aspects of sound. This podcast aims to highlight artists who are invested in the idea of making art that extends the listening experience. Traditionally this has been described as “sound art” or “experimental” work. Ear Expansion Podcast; however, hopes to advocate for a new descriptive language- aural art. Aural Art is a move away from less defined terms such as ambient or experimental in order to specify art made for the hearing body- both the act of listening and its somatic extension.

  • In Ten Years Time: How to live a creative life is a podcast and a philosophy. Tricia Duffy, the 'Fairy Godmother' of creativity, will guide and inspire you to achieve a creative balance that is right for you. Whether you have a passion for painting, pottery, metalwork, glass blowing, dancing, songwriting, fiction, poetry, photography, comedy, flower arranging, or anything else besides, you are welcome here. Join Tricia for series 1, starting from 6th June 2024, to discover the key to finding and honing your creative passion.

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