Kunst – Ierland – Nieuwe podcasts
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.
Football and books, or rather, football books. Hosts Al Bond and Johnny Coughlan read footballers’ autobiographies and discuss them for you. Very kind of them.
Music from the wonderful Darragh Fenlon, available on Spotify and Apple Music
Let me be your book bestie!
Join Megan as she talks all things books! Unwind, relax and tackle your never ending TBRs together one week at a time.
Each episode features “The Author’s Voice” which will cater to writers, and focus on their struggles, their triumphs and, most importantly, their needs
Short-stories/fairy tales by H. C. Anderson, includes The Ice-maiden -- The Butterfly -- The Psyche -- The Snail and the Rose-treeThe Ice-Maiden: Written toward the end of Hans Christian Andersen's career, "The Ice-Maiden" is the story of Rudy, a boy who's mother died in the ice of the mountains while he survives, saved by the kiss of the Ice-Maiden. The Ice-Maiden, jealous that the boy she claimed has escaped her embrace, pursues him through the rest of his life.The Butterfly: A butterfly searches for the perfect flower to be his bride.The Psyche: An artist creates a sculpture of a beautiful woman, to whom he confesses his love and is scorned.The Snail and the Rose-Tree: A Snail and a Rose-Tree have a discussion about the meaning of their lives, and play them out.
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A Thousand Shades of Green, hosted by Susan Richardson, is a podcast dedicated to celebrating contemporary authors. Join Susan to hear some of her favourite poems and stories and to discover an incredible array of new poets and writers.
فوودكاست هو بودكاست بنتكلم فيه عن كل ما يخص عالم الاكل
يقدمه عمرو شريف
le19M Lieu de création et de transmission des savoir-faire à Paris/Aubervilliers
Keli is a new audio drama written and composed by Martin Green and co-created and directed by Wils Wilson, starring James Cosmo and Anna Russell Martin.
This fictional story of a talented but troubled young horn player stars Anna Russell-Martin, with a sonorous score recorded by a bespoke band including principal players from Black Dyke, Grimethorpe, Fairey and Brighouse, and featuring BBC Young Musician of the Year, Sheona White as “the voice of Keli” on tenor horn.
Martin Green has spent the last year immersing himself in brass banding, surrounded by the communities, the competition and the legacy of coal. Inspired by the resilient, creative individuals he has met, he’s produced a three-part BBC documentary, Love, Spit and Valve Oil, a new piece of music Split The Air and this Audio Drama,Keli, commissioned by The Lyceum and created with Lyceum associate artist Wils Wilson with whom Martin made last year's acclaimed audio drama The Portal.
Willie James Cosmo
MG Martin Green
Storyteller Edie Green
Klara Sandra Kassman
Bus Driver Jamie Kenna
Lady Snaresgrove Liz Kettle
Amy Laura Lovemore
Brian Billy Mack
Policeman/Compere Ross Mann
Jayne Carmen Pieraccini
Keli Anna Russell Martin
Saskia Gemma Stroyan
Mark Harrison Soprano Cornet, Tom Smith Principal Cornet, Thomas Fountain Solo Cornet, Ian Culcross Solo Cornet, Stephen Murphy Solo Cornet, Kirsty Abbotts Repiano Cornet, Alicia Davis 2nd Cornet, Laura Conway 2nd Cornet, Niall Mulvoy 3rd Cornet, Hayley Moore 3rd Cornet, Dave Moore Flugal, Sheona White Solo Tenor Horn, Siobhan Bates 1st Tenor Horn, Emma Conway 2nd Tenor Horn, Gary Curtin Solo Euphonium, Dave Thornton 2nd Euphonium, Amy Ewen Solo Baritone, Ben Smith 2nd Baritone, Tom Berry Solo Trombone
Ellena Newton 2nd Trombone, Alex Kelly Bass Trombone, Harry Cunningham Solo E-flat Bass, Andy Mallon E-flat Bass, Stuart Beard Solo B-flat Bass, Matt Wade B-flat Bass
Written and created by Martin Green
Directed and co-created by Wils Wilson
Music composed by Martin Green
Score orchestrated by Benjamin Woodgates
Conducted by Mark Heron
Sound effects by Eloise Whitmore
Music recorded by and audio drama mixed by Calum and Cameron Malcolm
Producer Martin Atkinson
Assistant Producer Mikaela Atkins Blake
Production Manager Louis Blatherwick
Script Editor Kate Leys
Executive Producer for Lepus Productions Martin Atkinson
Created by Lepus Productions
With thanks to Sandy Butler, Jon Calvert, Bilge Nur Yilmaz, Becca Gaskell
Funded by PRS Foundation, Creative Scotland, The Marchus Trust and The Space. KELI has been commissioned by The Lyceum and Shetland Arts. KELI contains elements of The Servant by Hermynia Zur Mühlen and translated by Jack Zipes.
Photography and filming by Sandy Butler
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Shambles is a casual conversation between friends discussing films, art and the artist. It is run by three movie mad fiends, Ryan Murphy a Fine Art Drop Out, Kieran Grace a Fine Art Graduate and Calum Grace a Multimedia Graduate and Resident Nerd (yes they’re brothers).
Mary Coughlan and Ultan Conlon rave and ramble and sometimes they even sing
Stephanie Whatley and Christine Brown are both glass artists who work in Scotland. Frustrated by the amount of art on social media that is easily swiped away, they want to stop...take a minute and talk with the artists behind the art, Track & Trace the processes, materials and thought behind the creations. With lively discussions, in a podcast that doesn’t take its self to seriously. The podcast may be based in Scotland, but they are keen to talk to artists from across the world whither they are painters, sculptors, potters or glass artists.
To view the artists work and some of the techniques they use follow our Face Book Page
Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of Twin Cities Ballet of Minnesota and our upcoming productions! Learn more about the dancers, the choreography process, and why you should come to a TCB performance.
Twin Cities Ballet of Minnesota is an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit professional ballet company located in the Twin Cities' South Metro. Our mission is to make ballet approachable, relatable and fun through innovative, professional and original productions. Learn more about TCB by visiting our website at www.TwinCitiesBallet.org or following us on Instagram @twincitiesballetmn.
Dance Ireland, the national resource organisation for dance in Ireland.
In these podcasts we hear from Members of Dance Ireland on their training, their career, inspirations and insights into them and their work.
Hear from the many voices located nationwide and from artists whose practices cross genres, reflecting the diversity of work created here.
Dance Ireland is supported by the Arts Council of Ireland.
Beth yw'r grymoedd sy'n gyrru sgwennwyr i archwilio eu hamgylchfyd, ar lefel corff, cymuned a byd?
Yn y gyfres hon o ddeialogau gyda rhai o leisiau mwyaf cyffrous y Gymru greadigol gyfoes, bydd Iestyn Tyne a Grug Muse yn defnyddio drafftiau o waith newydd sbon gan y cyfrannwyr fel man cychwyn i ystyried y pethau hyn.
Cefnogir gan Llenyddiaeth Cymru ac Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru.
Public speaking tips
Your home for Intermission, Young Critics and much more!
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In this episode Catherine and Abigail will talk about whether phones should be allowed in schools. They will also discuss if they help the student or if they will distract them. Catherine and Abigail will discuss if it is safer for a student to have their phone with them.
Are you tired of kitchen disasters and culinary conundrums? Do you have a fascination with the world of food and all it entails?
Dishing It Out is the ultimate culinary companion that unites two passionate foodies, Gary O'Hanlon and Gareth Mullins, to lend you a helping hand with your food frustrations, share their culinary wisdom and bring you tales from the kitchen.