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  • Notre-Dame des sans-abri
    ARTE Radio
    06:56
    Storytelling
    762

    Cette semaine, Livo est à la rue comme Vernon Subutex. Il a raté Macron pour cause d'incendie à Notre-Dame, mais il ne rate pas Victor-John Vial-Voiron, président régional de l'Union Nationale des Propriétaires Immobiliers (UNPI) qui veut ficher les mauvais locataires. Une fausse pub plus tard, il enquête sur la fameuse maraude de Macron auprès des SDF à Paris, en février dernier. Et retrouve peut-être la dame qui vivait dans la-tente-qu'on-voit-sur-la-photo. Des scoops, des blagues et du réel, c'est Dépêche ! tous les mardis. Dépêche !, le podcast qui expulse l'actualité. À retrouver aussi sur la chaîne YouTube ARTE Radio. Enregistrements : 14 mars-9, 10, 15 avril - Mix : Charlie Marcelet -Réalisation : Olivier Minot

  • Bande-annonce Plaisir D'offrir
    ARTE Radio
    00:39
    Comédie
    534

    Une comédie documentaire de Klaire fait Grr Un beau jour, l’auteure radio Klaire fait Grr (prix Italia et prix du Podcast 2018 pour sa fiction « Mon prince viendra ») décide de donner ses ovocytes. Pour crâner à la cantine, et parce que des milliers de femmes attendent ce don dans l’espoir d’un enfant. Commence alors un parcours de la combattante, entre consultations à l’hôpital, effroi de sa mère et doutes dans son couple. Une enquête aux pays des gamètes, un podcast hilarant et touchant, enlevé comme un cartoon sonore. À partir du jeudi 18 avril sur arteradio.com Enregistrements : septembre - décembre 18 - Texte, voix, réalisation : Klaire fait Grr - Prises de son additionnelles : Elodie Font - Réalisation & mix : Samuel Hirsch

  • Snap LIVE! At The Paramount
    Snap Judgment
    51:44
    Storytelling
    2,573

    Niagara Falls Glynn’s trip to Niagara Falls starts in the Tunnel of Love with a taboo first kiss. Performed live by Glynn Washington. Don Reed - Things You Wouldn't Normally Do When Don Reed got accepted into UCLA he was ecstatic; problem was he was broke and had nowhere to live. Performed live by Don Reed Joyce Lee - The Wolf Whistle All her life she’d been taught she was a prize to be won. Then she decided she was going to pick her prize. Performed live by Joyce Lee. All music composed and performed by Bell's Atlas

  • #130: What if you had thoughts of harming those you love most?
    ThisIsActuallyHappening
    41:32
    Storytelling
    1,038

    After coming to terms with her identity, a woman develops intrusive thoughts that consume her most important relationships. “People say you should always trust your gut feelings. But I couldn’t trust my gut feeling and I still can’t to this day, because to me a gut feeling is in turn thinking about hurting somebody else.” Producer: Whit Missildine Editor: Nigel Coutinho You can now find new and archival episodes of This Is Actually Happening completely ad-free, on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY. thisisactuallyhappening.com Instagram: @actuallyhappening Episode Sponsors: Betterhelp, Robinhood, Daily Harvest Intro Music: "Illabye" - Tipper 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/

  • Les chemins de désir (6/6) : Gone Wild Audio
    ARTE Radio
    13:50
    Storytelling
    1,190

    Épisode 6 : Gone Wild Audio Comme souvent, la solution va venir de façon totalement inattendue : un nouvel embranchement, le porno sonore et ses communautés, le merveilleux site Gone Wild Audio et la jouissance de l’écoute… ​Comment l’imaginaire érotique se construit parfois loin de la vie amoureuse réelle et peut s’appuyer sur les nouvelles technologies, se nourrir de BD, de films, de vidéos, de podcasts sonores. Dans cette fiction, Claire Richard parcourt les chemins du désir féminin, ses contre-allées déroutantes, ses ruelles cachées, ses zones de liberté. "Les chemins de désir" est publié aux éditions du Seuil. Enregistrement : décembre 18-janvier 19 - Adaptation et réalisation : Sabine Zovighian - Réalisation et musique originale : Arnaud Forest - Électroacoustique : Anton Mobin - Guitare : Clément Simounet - Illustration : Maïc Batmane - Avec : Claire Richard (narration) et les voix de Rebecca Finet, Ariane Brousse, Clemence Faure, Jeanne Piponnier, Damien Zanoly, Loïc Riewer, Emma Broughton, Blaise Pettebone, Mathilde Ortscheidt

  • Joyce Lee's The Wolf Whistle / Snap LIVE! At The Paramount
    Snap Judgment
    16:47
    Storytelling
    2,125

    Snap LIVE! At The Paramount featuring Glynn Washington, Don Reed and Joyce Lee.

  • La mère de Lolita
    ARTE Radio
    06:13
    Storytelling
    1,106

    Fenêtre sur cour (5) : La mère de Lolita Tout le monde devrait assister au moins une fois dans sa vie à un procès d’assises. Mais dans les prétoires, on trouve parfois une personne qui n’aurait pas dû être là. Au procès Rançon, un témoin n’aurait peut-être pas dû être cité à la barre. « Je crois que tout le monde peut tuer quelqu’un un jour », disait aux jurés une témoin appelée à la barre. Si les faits divers nous fascinent, c’est qu’en effet nous avons tous l’intime conviction qu’un jour, selon notre histoire et les circonstances, nos vies pourraient basculer dans le drame. Chroniqueuse judiciaire, je suis depuis plusieurs années les procès d’assises à travers la France. Et dans ce grand théâtre où la justice se penche sur des vies brisées par des crimes atroces, je traque notre part d’humanité. Qui est cette femme qui arrive ivre à sa déposition ? Le père de la victime et la mère de l’accusé parviendront-ils à se parler ? Peut-on toucher son client derrière une vitre ? » Elise Costa Le podcast des faits divers, des crimes et des procès. A partir d’une anecdote, d’un moment, d’un détail, la chroniqueuse judiciaire Elise Costa jure de raconter «sans haine et sans crainte» l’inhumain en chacun et l’humain en nous tous. En partenariat avec Slate : http://www.slate.fr/ Enregistrement : décembre 18 - Texte et voix : Élise Costa - Musique originale et réalisation : Samuel Hirsch - Illustration : Simon Leclerc

  • Moth Radio Extra: An Interview with Anthony Griffith
    The Moth
    10:24
    Storytelling
    80

    Anthony Griffith sits down and speaks with The Moth's Artistic Director, Catherine Burns.

  • Don Reed's Things You Wouldn't Normally Do /Snap LIVE! At The Paramount
    Snap Judgment
    21:42
    Storytelling
    2,113

    Snap LIVE! At The Paramount featuring Glynn Washington, Don Reed and Joyce Lee.

  • Glynn Washington's Niagara Falls / Snap LIVE! At The Paramount
    Snap Judgment
    12:34
    Storytelling
    2,127

    Snap LIVE! At The Paramount featuring Glynn Washington, Don Reed and Joyce Lee.

  • Sarah Fankhauser: The Science Comes First
    The Story Collider
    15:46
    Storytelling
    0

    Biologist Sarah Fankhauser’s relationship with her adviser changes when she joins her lab as a grad student. Curious and investigative by nature, Sarah Fankhauser has always been a lover of all things science. Sarah received her B.S. in biology from Ga Tech and her PhD in microbiology and immunobiology from Harvard University. Sarah is one of the founders and the board chairman of the science journal and education non-profit, Journal of Emerging Investigators. She is also an assistant professor of biology at Oxford College of Emory University where she shares her thrill and passion for science with her students. Both in her professional and personal life Sarah advocates for effective and clear communication of science with the public. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on March 1, 2019, in an episode titled “Mentors: Stories about who helps us find our way”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/2/8/mentors-stories-about-who-helps-us-find-our-way-OvGvt

  • The Odd Couple (Part One of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:01
    Audio Drama
    0

    Poker buddies Felix Ungar and Oscar Madison suddenly find themselves bachelors again and innocently decide to share an apartment. In this classic comedy by Neil Simon, America’s most prolific and successful playwright, these two legendarily mismatched roommates bring down the house when they try to live together in one eight-room New York City apartment. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in January of 1999. Directed by Peter Levin Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Dan Castellaneta as Murray Stanley DeSantis as Speed Steven Hack as Roy Jamie Hanes as Vinnie Nathan Lane as Oscar David Paymer as Felix Linda Purl as Gwendolyn Yeardley Smith as Cecily

  • BG18 Hour 1
    Soundings from Stanford
    59:11
    28

    Build of BG18 shows for 1hr broadcast slot.

  • Afl. 194 Thuiskomen: Niels Roelen
    Echt Gebeurd
    11:20
    44

    Majoor Niels Roelen is terug in Nederland. Maar in gedachten is hij nog in Afghanistan.

  • Meltem Alemdar: This Most American of Stories
    The Story Collider
    13:42
    Storytelling
    0

    When social scientist Meltem Alemdar leaves her home in Turkey to pursue her education in the US, she struggles to find her identity. Meltem Alemdar is a social scientist and native of Ankara, Turkey. She came to Atlanta in 2000 to attend Georgia Tech's Language Institute, then decided to pursue a Master's, and then a doctoral degree. Dr. Alemdar earned her PhD in Education Policy, with a concentration in Research, Measurement, and Statistics, at Georgia State University in 2009. She is Associate Director and Senior Research Scientist at Georgia Institute of Technology’s Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics and Computing (CEISMC). Her research focuses on improving K-12 STEM education through research on curriculum development, teacher education, and student learning in integrated STEM environments. Dr. Alemdar has led numerous NSF-funded research projects that spans on project-based learning, STEM integration, engineering education, and social network analysis. She is passionate about improving K-12 public education system through her research. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on March 29, 2019, in an episode titled “New Places: Stories about being somewhere new”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/3/1/new-places-stories-about-going-somewhere-new

  • John Redden: More Therapist Than a Professor
    The Story Collider
    17:44
    Storytelling
    0

    As a brand-new professor of physiology, John Redden is eager to help students, but soon realizes it’s more complicated than he thought. John Redden is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physiology and Neurobiology. His research focuses on understanding the molecular basis of cardiovascular diseases. He teaches human anatomy and physiology to pre-health majors, as well as a course in plain language science communication. Through his teaching, he pursues his other passions – improving science literacy among the general public, and building engaging, inclusive, and equitable STEM classrooms. He’s a first generation student with a bachelor’s degree in pharmacology and toxicology, and a Ph.D. in biomedical science. He currently serves as an education mentor for the HHMI/National Academies Summer Institute on Scientific Teaching, and is the lead author of Anatomy and Physiology in Context. John is originally from Buffalo, New York, the land of chicken wings, always winter, and generally nice people. He now lives in Connecticut with three dogs, three cats, and (thankfully), a robot vacuum cleaner. You can find him on twitter @reddenjm tweeting about science, highered, scifi, and diversity issues. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on March 1, 2019, in an episode titled “Mentors: Stories about who helps us find our way”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/2/8/mentors-stories-about-who-helps-us-find-our-way-OvGvt

  • The final Europe
    ARTE Radio
    06:28
    Actualités & politique
    777

    Cette semaine Livo, abstentionniste depuis des années, cherche des arguments pour aller voter. Dans la rue avec les ouvriers, à l'Ecole Normale Supérieure avec la future élite européenne, à gauche toute avec Raphaël Glucksmann et les sept nains. Livo retournera-t-il voter ? Dépêche !, le podcast qui élit l'actualité. À retrouver aussi sur la chaîne YouTube ARTE Radio. Enregistrements : 5-8 avril 19 - Mix : Charlie Marcelet - Réalisation : Olivier Minot

  • The Odd Couple (Part Two of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:01
    Audio Drama
    0

    Poker buddies Felix Ungar and Oscar Madison suddenly find themselves bachelors again and innocently decide to share an apartment. In this classic comedy by Neil Simon, America’s most prolific and successful playwright, these two legendarily mismatched roommates bring down the house when they try to live together in one eight-room New York City apartment. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in January of 1999. Directed by Peter Levin Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Dan Castellaneta as Murray Stanley DeSantis as Speed Steven Hack as Roy Jamie Hanes as Vinnie Nathan Lane as Oscar David Paymer as Felix Linda Purl as Gwendolyn Yeardley Smith as Cecily

  • Beryl Kahn: Ship, Shipmate, Self
    The Story Collider
    11:16
    Storytelling
    0

    As an undergrad, Beryl Kahn takes a semester at sea after a bad breakup and gets rocked by the swells of the sea -- and her emotions. Beryl Kahn is finishing up her second year as a Masters' student at Columbia University's department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology, or E3B, where she's been studying the genetics of pollution resilience in oysters. Prior to starting grad school, she worked as an educator and restoration tech at Randall's Island Park in New York City, which cemented her niche as an urban marine ecologist. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on March 22, 2019, in an episode titled “Ocean Adventures: Stories about the swashbuckling high seas”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/2/8/ocean-adventures-stories-about-the-swashbuckling-high-seas

  • Edith Gonzalez: A Little Crush on Science
    The Story Collider
    16:56
    Storytelling
    0

    After moving to a brand-new school in the seventh grade, Edith Gonzalez struggles to maintain her straight-A status with a new, scary biology teacher. Edith Gonzalez is a native Nuyorican with four graduate degrees in various sub-disciplines of anthropology. By day, she is an historical archaeologist studying bio-prospecting in the 18th-century English-speaking Caribbean. By night, she has a "slight" obsession with Lord of the Rings, and the dance intersection of late 70's disco and early 80's punk. She is a veteran of MOTH and Take Two Storytelling (among others). As a two-time Smut Slam champion, she also enjoys telling dirty stories to a room full of strangers. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on March 29, 2019, in an episode titled “New Places: Stories about being somewhere new”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/3/1/new-places-stories-about-going-somewhere-new