Felicity Cloake is the writer of the Guardian's 'How to Make the Perfect…' cookery feature. She is also a New Statesman columnist; winner of the Guild of Food Writers' Food Journalist of the Year and New Media awards 2011; and author of books including Perfect: 68 Essential Recipes for Every Cook's Repertoire, Perfect Host: 162 Easy Recipes for Feeding People & Having Fun, Perfect Too, and The A-Z of Eating. One More Croissant for the Road (Mudlark, 2019) saw the nation’s ‘taster in chief’ cycle 2,300 km across France in search of the definitive versions of classic French dishes. @FelicityCloake Recorded live at The Tabernacle in London on 18th November 2019. 5x15 brings together five outstanding individuals to tell of their lives, passions and inspirations. There are only two rules - no scripts and only 15 minutes each. Learn more about 5x15 events: www.5x15stories.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/5x15stories Facebook: www.facebook.com/5x15stories Instagram: www.instagram.com/5x15stories
Matt has been Anchored in Anchorage for 10 years, and serves as the pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Anchorage. He loves painting, hiking, and spending time with his wonderful wife, his three amazing kids, his awesome dog, and his adequate cat.
Fans and journalists embark on a seven-show tour with Rihanna... in seven countries, over seven days, on a Boeing 777, to celebrate her seventh album in seven years. Did we mention this happened seven years ago? Fasten your seat belts, it’s time for liftoff... Special thanks to Kristen Gwynne, Lawrence Bull, and Elizabeth Nakano. Produced by John Fecile, original score by Renzo Gorrio #rihannaplane
Aimee is a 42 year old Cannabis activist, writer, and mother. She moved to Alaska in 2005 from WA state. Aimee writes for Anchorage Press and Alaska Leaf. She enjoys riding bikes, reading books, adventuring, and exploring life with her two sons.
Natalie was tempted to put “Natalie Chai Fraser is an enigma”, but ultimately decided that would be a bit of a cop out. She is a senior at West High School and has an irrational fear of mold.
Glynn goes behind the scenes at a music festival. 300 people spend a week on a plane with Rihanna to attend seven concerts, in seven countries, over seven days. And when morale is low among a group of paratroopers, their Sergeant takes them on an unexpected trip. STORIES Champagne on Ice Glynn goes behind the scenes at a music festival, and green means go. Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller Diamonds in the Sky Fans and journalists embark on a seven-show tour with Rihanna... in seven countries, over seven days, on a Boeing 777, to celebrate her seventh album in seven years. Did we mention this happened seven years ago? Fasten your seat belts, it’s time for liftoff... Special thanks to Kristen Gwynne, Lawrence Bull, and Elizabeth Nakano. Produced by John Fecile, original score by Renzo Gorrio #rihannaplane Acid Jump When morale was low among the paratroopers in his company, Sergeant Ray Christian takes them on a trip. Check out Ray’s podcast, "What's Ray Saying?" and follow him on Twitter @WhatsRaySaying. Produced by Adizah Eghan, original score by Leon Morimoto Season 10 Episode 32
David was born and raised in Texas and has been in Alaska since 2011. He even skipped the graduation at his University to get on the road quicker to drive up here. In his free time, David enjoys photography, biking, kayaking and hiking. He is a firm believer that bad decisions make good stories.
Beth is an avid traveler, hiker, and photographer who can often be found in the Chugach Mountains. Beth is a fundraising consultant and an active community volunteer, including serving on the board of Alaska Public Media and the newly formed Alaska Eating Disorders Alliance (www.akeatingdisordersalliance.org). She has a dashing husband and two very cool adult children
Glynn goes behind the scenes at a music festival, and green means go. Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller
When morale was low among the paratroopers in his company, Sergeant Ray Christian takes them on a trip. Check out Ray’s podcast, "What's Ray Saying?" and follow him on Twitter @WhatsRaySaying. Produced by Adizah Eghan, original score by Leon Morimoto
Like this program? Please show us the love. Click here ow.ly/oSpU30hHCXp and support our non-profit journalism. Thanks! This series explores how communities are fighting the fossil fuel industry's push for fracked gas infrastructure projects in Washington and Oregon. Part 2,"A View from the Blast Zone,” looks at the struggle to prevent a massive LNG facility that is being built at the Port of Tacoma.
The debut album of Modelo Trigueño
The debut album of Modelo Trigueño
Growing up, Kelli’s parents encouraged her to explore, discover, and create. That basic principle has led her on a lifetime journey of exploring new places, going big, and pushing her boundaries. She spends her time in the mountains, exploring new places, skiing spines in the winter, cuddling her puppy Kenai, drinking whisky and beer, and hoping she doesn’t envision you all nude when she steps on stage
CIndy has been an Alaskan for 3 years. She loves that you can wear pants with a dress here and no one cares – the last time she got away with that was in 2nd grade...! Cindy is the mother of 2 adult children, a military spouse (he’s retired now) and a nurse. She is honored to be invited here to Arctic Entries!
Dying without dignity, a creepy sexual encounter, the fear of using your home. These are the things we fear. In this episode: 1. Shira Feder investigates a neglectful nursing home 2. Chris Polansky explores how cyclists use technology to stay safe from reckless drivers. 3. Former public defender Rebecca Kavanagh joins us in studio to discuss increased police presence in the subways. 4. Jacob Kaye reports on the opposition to a homeless shelter in Glendale Queens 5. A woman has a creepy encounter in the sex shop where she works. 6. Elise Okusami of Oceanator is our musical guest. Host: Jacob Kaye Producer: Maria Robins-Somerville Assistant Producer: Ethan Stark-Miller Reporting: Shira Feder, Chris Polansky, Natalia Keogan, Harsha Nahata, Ethan Stark-Miller, Editors: Curtis Fox and Maggie Freleng Audio Engineers: Chad Bernhard and Amber Watson
Cette semaine, Livo prend un coup de vieux avec les 25 ans de "La cité de la peur". Du coup il divague sur les anniversaires : celui de sa fille, celui des Droits de l'enfant, et le premier des Gilets Jaunes. Entre une école occupée pour mettre à l'abri des écoliers sans abri et des tirs de lacrymo, il trouve le temps d'un karaoké. Avec Guy Corazzol, adjoint à l'éducation de la mairie de Lyon, le collectif "Jamais sans toit", Alain le gilet jaune officiel de Dépêche et France Gall. Chaque mercredi, Livo découpe l'info avec son micro. Abonnez-vous au podcast "Dépêche" sur notre site, Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud ou Deezer. Enregistrements : 16, 18, 19 novembre 19 - Mix : Charlie Marcelet - Voix & réalisation : Olivier Minot
Winner of the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for drama, "Dinner with Friends" examines the lives of two couples and the repercussions of divorce on their friendships. With wit, compassion and consummate skill, playwright Donald Margulies weighs the cost of breaking up—and of staying together. A co-production with The Smithsonian Associates and Voice of America. Recorded before a live audience at Voice of America, Washington D.C. in July of 2002 Directed by Nick Olcott Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Matthew Arkin as Gabe Lisa Emery as Karen Kevin Kilner as Tom Deirdre O'Connell as Beth
Willem Eekhof heeft een kinderwens en een Suzuki Splash.
En octobre 2019. Île de la Cité, Paris. A la cour d'assises, un homme de 34 ans est jugé pour un meurtre tristement banal : en rentrant chez lui un soir, il a surpris sa compagne nue avec un autre homme et a tué ce dernier d'un coup de couteau. Rapidement, le procès tourne autour de la personnalité ambigüe de la compagne. « 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. Enregistrement : octobre 19 - Texte et voix : Élise Costa - Musique originale et réalisation : Arnaud Forest - Illustration : Simon Leclerc