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#Storytelling

  • Gardiens de la paix
    ARTE Radio
    30:00
    Storytelling
    28,240

    Membre d'une unité de police d’escorte à Rouen, Alex découvre l'existence d'un groupe privé d’échanges audio sur WhatsApp, dont font partie une dizaine de ses co-équipiers. Certains sont encore stagiaires en école de police, d'autres, comme lui, sont policiers titulaires depuis plus de 20 ans. Intrigué par la présence de son prénom dans les messages, il découvre des propos orduriers ouvertement racistes, misogynes et antisémites. Certains de ses collègues vont jusqu’à se revendiquer du fascisme et du suprémacisme blanc. Sur les conseils de son avocate, M° Yaël Godefroy, Alex dépose plainte et déclenche une enquête interne qui est toujours en cours. Après son audition, la hiérarchie décide de muter Alex dans une autre unité. Ses collègues titulaires sont eux toujours en poste. Ilham Maad a réuni le policier et son avocate pour commenter des extraits de ces enregistrements. Une enquête sur cette affaire menée par Camille Polloni est à lire dans Mediapart : https://www.mediapart.fr/ Enregistrement : 13 février 20 - Mix : Charlie Marcelet - Illustration originale : Zaven Najjar - Entretien et montage : Ilham Maad - Production : ARTE Radio

  • Portrait de la vieille ville en feu
    ARTE Radio
    07:45
    News & Politics
    3,248

    Cette semaine Livo observe les médias qui observent les États-Unis en feu, et remet un petit coup de "Sound of da Police". Il pose les questions de Léa Salamé (France Inter) aux clients des terrases déconfinées. Nostalgique du son de la ville d'avant, il rencontre un riverain de l'aéroport qui savoure encore l'absence de vols. Et il hésite entre le "coup de pouce vélo" et les "primes pour l'automobile" pour se rendre dans le nouveau monde d'après. Chaque mercredi, Dépêche découpe l'actu avec un micro. Abonnez-vous à ce podcast sur notre site, Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud ou Deezer. Enregistrements : 29 mai, 1 et 2 juin 20 - Mix : Charlie Marcelet - Texte, voix, réalisation : Olivier Minot - Production : ARTE Radio

  • Thick Blue Line - full episode
    Snap Judgment
    48:54
    Storytelling
    630

    Police shootings, mistaken arrests, and growing up Black / Brown up in America. This week, Snap presents amazing stories from people facing our nation’s original sin. STORIES Never Again Glynn and his family protest in Oakland where thousands gather to scream light at our national darkness. Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller Thick Blue Line In 2012, Kari Brandenburg became the longest-serving district attorney in Bernalillo County, where Albuquerque sits. But at the start of her fourth term in office something big started to take hold of the county. Police shootings were at an all-time high and everyone was looking to Kari’s office for answers. Produced by Nancy Lopez, original score by Renzo Gorrio Captive Audience When Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter was mistakenly arrested at the airport, he learned that his fame could only get him so far. Performed live by Tariq Trotter at the Brooklyn Academy of Music for Snap Judgment LIVE. Music by Alex Mandel, performed by the Snap Players Alex Mandel, Tim Frick, and David Brandt. DRANO A reluctant young Boy Scout comes face to face with DRANO, and earns his merit badge in "reality." Shannon Cason is a writer, award-winning storyteller, and the host of the Shannon Cason’s Homemade Stories podcast and the In Good Co. Detroit podcast. Listen and subscribe! Produced by Mark Ristich Episode Artwork: Teo Ducot Protest tape: Annie Nguyen + Lauryn Newson Episode production: Pat Mesiti-Miller We stand with the black community. We stand with our black listeners, storytellers, employees, creators, supporters, family, and friends. Please stay strong and stay safe as we write the next chapter of our collective history.

  • Thick Blue Line
    Snap Judgment
    22:07
    Storytelling
    614

    In 2012, Kari Brandenburg became the longest-serving district attorney in Bernalillo County, where Albuquerque sits. But at the start of her fourth term in office something big started to take hold of the county. Police shootings were at an all-time high and everyone was looking to Kari’s office for answers. Produced by Nancy Lopez, original score by Renzo Gorrio

  • DRANO
    Snap Judgment
    10:14
    Storytelling
    638

    A reluctant young Boy Scout comes face to face with DRANO, and earns his merit badge in "reality." Shannon Cason is a writer, award-winning storyteller, and the host of the Shannon Cason’s Homemade Stories podcast and the In Good Co. Detroit podcast. Listen and subscribe! Produced by Mark Ristich Episode Artwork: Teo Ducot

  • Captive Audience
    Snap Judgment
    12:39
    Storytelling
    622

    When Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter was mistakenly arrested at the airport, he learned that his fame could only get him so far. Performed live by Tariq Trotter at the Brooklyn Academy of Music for Snap Judgment LIVE. Music by Alex Mandel, performed by the Snap Players Alex Mandel, Tim Frick, and David Brandt.

  • #156: What if you swallowed 48 bags of cocaine?
    ThisIsActuallyHappening
    45:33
    Storytelling
    731

    “I had to go through having taken everything away from me to come to the conclusion that … you’ll come back a person that’s wiser and a more full, satisfied human.” Producer: Whit Missildine thisisactuallyhappening.com Instagram: @actuallyhappening Content/Trigger Warnings: drugs, near death, explicit language Support The Show: You can support the show by supporting our sponsors, or through direct contributions on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/happening Intro Music: "Illabye" - Tipper Music Bed: Ambient Themes by Nigel Coutinho Outro Music: "The Moon is Down" - El Diablo & Adam Schraft (Rojo y Negro) @eldiablosf @rojo-y-negro www.eldiablobass.com/ This Is Actually Happening Store: This Is Actually Happening online store now officially open. Follow this link https://www.teepublic.com/stores/this-is-actually-happening-store?ref_id=9467 to access branded t-shirts, posters, stickers and more from the shop.

  • Never Again
    Snap Judgment
    03:30
    Storytelling
    576

    Glynn and his family protest in Oakland where thousands gather to scream light at our national darkness. Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller Artwork by Teo Ducot

  • #117 Sigtuna – andens ankomsthallar
    Staden Podcast
    01:27:04
    Learning
    2,074

    Det andliga och det värdsliga möts sällan så rygg mot rygg som i Sigtuna kommun. Det är svårt att veta om den storslagna himlen över det landskap som lämnar Stockholm och är på väg mot uppsalaslätten tillhör Gud eller infrastrukturen. Det finns många himlar över Sigtuna. Den dag när vi är där lyfter nästan inga flygplan från Arlanda – det är öde på landningsbanor och i incheckningsdiskar, men grävskoporna och takläggarna har fullt arbete med att färdigställa de nya bostäderna som denna växande, en av Sveriges snabbast växande, kommun just nu bygger. Så inget står stilla i Sigtuna, eller förresten, en hel del står ändå stilla, eller vilar i stillhet. Det finns platser där den låga samtalstonen eller totala tystnaden råder – en lång andlig historia. Men det är också ett landskap av rörelser, av vrålande jetmotorer och tillväxt. Allt mot en bakgrund av ett uråldrigt mälar-landskap 3 mil från Uppsala och ca 3,5 mil från Stockholm.

  • Rebroadcast: 6/4 - UK Cable on Tiananmen Square Massacre
    The History of China
    11:59
    316

    31 years later, To forget is to risk it all happening anew...

  • Gathering (full episode)
    State of the Human
    01:01:09
    Storytelling
    1,517

    What do we gain from gathering? In this episode, we’re thinking about how coming together can change us. We’ll hear about a citizen-led clean-up movement in India, a Bay Area artist who forms an unlikely friendship with a church in Colorado, and a student who experiences the power of connection at a living museum on Stanford campus. Producers: Isabella Tilley, Tanvi Dutta Gupta, Regina Ta, Adesuwa Agbonile, Aparna Verma, Victoria Yuan, Patricia Wei, Hannah Scott, Jenny March Featuring stories produced by Tanvi Dutta Gupta, Regina Ta, and Adesuwa Agbonile. The stories feature the work of the Experience Sankofa Project (Venus Morris, Mizan Alkebulan-Abakah, Sizwe Andrews-Abakah), the artwork of Stanford professor Enrique Chagoya, and the grassroots-organized Ugly Indian Movement in Bangalore, India. Also featured in these stories are the voices of Frank Omowale Satterwhite, Jeanette Smith-Laws, Dereca Blackmon, and Persis Drell. “Le Songe d’Halcohii” - Sunhiilow - From There to Here “Awakenings” - Ketsa “Clouds at the Gap” - Blue Dot Sessions - Zander “Throughput” - Blue Dot Sessions - Holyoke “Louver” - Blue Dot Sessions - Holyoke “Willow Belle” - Blue Dot Sessions - Little Rock “Soothe” - Blue Dot Sessions - Bodytonic “Songe d’Automne” - Latché Swing

  • Félix Blume, l’oreille voyageuse
    ARTE Radio
    24:38
    Storytelling
    3,676

    Ingé son pour le cinéma et artiste sonore, le Français Félix Blume voyage dans le monde entier pour des prises de son documentaire exceptionnelles, ainsi que des ateliers de création et des installations. Du pic-vert d'Amazonie au reflux des vagues en Thaïlande, du chant d'un éleveur Malien aux cris des vendeurs de rue de Mexico, Félix passe en revue 20 ans d'expéditions sonores, expliquant au passage sa conception du Field Recording comme façon d'être au monde, à l'écoute, curieux de la nature et de ceux qui l'habitent. Enregistrement : 29 novembre 2019 - Mix : Arnaud Forest - Production : ARTE Radio

  • More Funny Favorites from Andy Borowitz
    Selected Shorts
    58:53
    Storytelling
    122

    Guest host Andy Borowitz intros four hilarious pieces featured in his anthology The 50 Funniest American Writers. James Naughton reads S.J. Perelman’s noir parody “Farewell, My Lovely Appetizer;” Susan Orlean complains about idle tots in “Shiftless Little Loafers,” read by Dave Hill; old-time radio is revealed in Jean Shepherd’s “The Counterfeit Secret Circle Member Gets the Message,” read by Isaiah Sheffer; and one woman’s all-nighter, in Jenny Allen’s “Awake,” read by Jane Kaczmarek.

  • The Iron Curtain - Snap Classic
    Snap Judgment
    38:20
    Storytelling
    1,514

    At the height of the Cold War, Ulrike Poppe just might have been the most surveilled woman in the world. But it was only after the wall fell that things really got interesting. Be sure to check out Luisa Beck, reporting on all things German at The Washington Post, as well as the work of reporter Andrew Curry, whose article in Wired first got us interested in Ulrike’s story. Produced by Luisa Beck with production assistance by Joe Rosenberg Original score by Renzo Gorrio Artwork by Teo Ducot Snap Classic - Season 9 Episode 15

  • Du son à la une
    ARTE Radio
    08:34
    News & Politics
    3,209

    Cette semaine la fille de Livo est retournée à l'école en mode "distanciation sociale". A la récré elle a parlé avec une copine de part et d'autre d'une barrière, elle a pas trop aimé. Pendant ce temps son papa se demande comment faire une revue de presse sans journaux. Suite à la la faillite de Presstalis, ex-NMPP, la presse papier n'est plus distribuée à Lyon. Livo appelle le directeur du Monde Louis Dreyfus et déclare son amour à un kiosquier. Chaque mercredi, Dépêche découpe l'actu avec un micro. Abonnez-vous à ce podcast sur notre site, Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud ou Deezer. Enregistrements : 22, 25 et 26 mai 20 - Mix : Charlie Marcelet - Texte, voix, réalisation : Olivier Minot - Production : ARTE Radio

  • Down to a sunless sea: Episode 11 - Drink Sangria in the park
    Getting Better Acquainted
    49:42
    Storytelling
    122

    General content note for the series: death, dementia, old age, mental health issues Extra content note: PTSD, dependency/addiction, rape (touched on lightly, no descriptions) In the fifth full episode of the podcast using content funded by the British Podcast Awards and the Wellcome Trust I talk to psychologist and epidemiologist Dr Suzi Gage from the podcast Say Why to Drugs about researching recreational drug use and mental health. Say Why to Drugs with Dr Suzi Gage: https://podcasts.apple.com/il/podcast/say-why-to-drugs/id1114492774 Say Why to Drugs by Dr Suzi Gage: https://www.hachette.co.uk/contributor/suzi-gage/ Artwork by my brother Tony Pickering: http://www.pick-art.co.uk/ The BPA Fund has a survey that I’d really appreciate you filling in if you have a few moments. You can find it here: http://podcastviews.com For some extra incentive if you fill it in you can be entered into a draw for a £50 Amazon voucher. For the purposes of this survey “Getting Better Acquainted” counts as "Down to a sunless sea" whether you are listening to it via the GBA feed or not.

  • Afl. 252 Terug naar school: Lonneke van Genugten
    Echt Gebeurd
    10:23
    75

    Lonneke en Sanne playbacken altijd Madonnaliedjes op de kamer van Kitty, want Kitty is een soort Madonna van negen. Tot Mariët op het toneel verschijnt en besluit dat Kitty niet meer mee mag doen.

  • W.P. Kinsella's "The Thrill Of The Grass" Read by John Shea
    Selected Shorts
    23:46
    Entertainment
    352

    Immerse yourself in the sights and smells of baseball in summertime. W.P. Kinsella's story, "The Thrill of the Grass," performed by John Shea, relays the attempts of a group of true fans to preserve the sanctity of a stadium.

  • The Goodbye Girl (Part 1)
    latheatreworks
    58:59
    Theater
    0

    In this unique audio adaptation of Neil Simon’s screenplay, Paula McFadden’s a down-on-her-luck actress who’s forced to take in a new roommate – the eccentric, noisy, and generally unpleasant Elliot Garfield – who also happens to be an actor. As their careers and finances hit new lows, their reluctant partnership threatens to turn into something neither one wants. Directed by Rosalind Ayres Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Ellis Greer as Donna Douglas Anna Mathias as Multiple Characters Matthew Floyd Miller as Elliot Garfield Amy Pietz as Paula McFadden Raini Rodriguez as Lucy André Sogliuzzo as Multiple Characters Inger Tudor as Mrs. Crosby Matthew Wolf as Mark Bodine Adam Wylie as Multiple Characters

  • The Goodbye Girl (Part 2)
    latheatreworks
    58:59
    Theater
    0

    In this unique audio adaptation of Neil Simon’s screenplay, Paula McFadden’s a down-on-her-luck actress who’s forced to take in a new roommate – the eccentric, noisy, and generally unpleasant Elliot Garfield – who also happens to be an actor. As their careers and finances hit new lows, their reluctant partnership threatens to turn into something neither one wants. Directed by Rosalind Ayres Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Ellis Greer as Donna Douglas Anna Mathias as Multiple Characters Matthew Floyd Miller as Elliot Garfield Amy Pietz as Paula McFadden Raini Rodriguez as Lucy André Sogliuzzo as Multiple Characters Inger Tudor as Mrs. Crosby Matthew Wolf as Mark Bodine Adam Wylie as Multiple Characters