A dad surprises his son by taking him on his first slave plantation tour. And a girl realizes the computer version of herself, acts more like her than she does. STORIES: "My First Slave Plantation Tour" Back in 2013, when Adult ISH host Nyge Turner was in his late teens, his dad surprised him by taking him on his first slave plantation tour. To make matters worse, apart from the bus driver and a single employee on the plantation, there was not a single black person in sight. This story was produced by YR Media's Adult ISH podcast. Adult ISH is a culture, advice, and storytelling show about #adulting, that is produced entirely by folks who are "almost adults". It’s distributed by PRX’s Radiotopia. Be sure to subscribe and listen here! Produced by: Nyge Turner and Davey Kim Sound Design: Clay Xavier and Stanley Ipkuss "Sim Stephanie" Stephanie Foo had a love-hate relationship with that old computer game the Sims. But when she steps foot into the latest version of the game, the AI is so good, her new Sim acts more like Stephanie than Stephanie does. Producer: Stephanie Foo Sound Design: Leon Morimoto Season 10 Episode 25
Luke Rosen signs his daughter up for a research study to find out what's causing her seizures and ends up having to fight to find the answers. Luke Rosen and Sally Jackson founded KIF1A.ORG in 2016 following their daughter Susannah’s KIF1A diagnosis. Luke has extensive experience in rare disease stakeholder engagement, advocacy and research initiatives. Recognized by Global Genes as a 2018 RARE Champion of Hope Honoree, Luke often speaks at international events about innovation in therapeutic development, and about his family’s rare disease journey. Luke’s mission is to accelerate biotech innovation and forge efficient collaborations within the scientific and patient communities, resulting in discovery of treatment for children like Susannah. He relentlessly works to empower families affected by rare genetic diseases to play an active role in discovery, from pre-clinical research through clinical trial readiness and regulatory approval.
Que se passe-t-il lorsqu’un enfant décide d’arrêter d’aller à l’école ? Le fait-il exprès ou est-ce plus fort que lui ? C’est grave docteur ? Quand faut-il s’en inquiéter ? Et au fond, les parents n’ont-ils pas leur part de responsabilité ? L’histoire que vous vous apprêtez à écouter est celle de François Cuel, père d’une jeune fille de 14 ans, Louise. Elle fait partie du 1% d’élèves français qui souffre de « refus scolaire anxieux ». Mais avant de pouvoir poser un tel diagnostic, Louise et ses parents ont beaucoup enduré, cherché, échoué… François Cuel a longtemps observé sa fille avant de tout poser sur papier dans « T’es vraiment nul et vieux, lettre à ma fille qui ne va plus à l’école » (Éditions Harper Collins). Aujourd’hui, nous vous invitons à plonger dans la vie de cet homme, dont, selon ses mots, le seul métier qu’il exerce depuis plus de dix ans est celui de père, de père de Louise. Liens : - T’es vraiment nul et vieux, lettre à ma fille qui ne va plus à l’école, paru le 3 avril dernier chez Harper Collins. - François Cuel dans 28 Minutes : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zo1wcZ9oJME Comment le serial killer Michel Fourniret a dépouillé le gang des Postiches... Comment j ’ai aidé mon enfant harcelée à l’école... Qu’ils soient journalistes, écrivains ou grands témoins, les invité.e.s de l’émission 28 minutes d'ARTE ont des histoires formidables à raconter. Voici leur podcast ! 28 Minutes est le magazine d’actualité d’ARTE, présenté par Elisabeth Quin du lundi au vendredi à 20h05. Renaud Dély est aux commandes de l'émission le samedi. "Les histoires de 28’" est un podcast coproduit par KM et ARTE Radio. Enregistrement : 1er juillet 19 - Réalisation : Farah Keram - Montage : Farah Keram et Tom Van Eersel - Mixage : Benjamin Dubret - Fichiste : Justine Puybasset - Programmation : Pauline Muyl
Steffi Jorna vindt een jong kauwtje en zet het bij de afwas. Haar oma betwijfelt of het vogeltje de volgende ochtend zal halen.
When surgeon Bhuvanesh Singh sees his patient back in the hospital months after what he thought was a successful surgery, he grapples with feelings of failure. Bhuvanesh is an Attending Surgeon at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. He has cared for over 5000 patients with cancer in his over 20-year career at the center. He is recognized as a leader in his field, having delivered over 500 lectures worldwide. He has helped to refine surgical techniques, contributed to the improvements in cancer staging, and has been involved in research that has dramatically changed the management of cancers of the head and neck region and lung. Not satisfied with available treatment options, Dr. Singh completed a PhD in Medical Molecular Biology to pursue laboratory research. His laboratory work has led to the development of novel anticancer compounds that are currently being optimized for use in the treatment of many different types of cancers. The story Dr. Singh is shared today occurred almost 20 years ago and was a defining moment in his career and life.
After doctors are unable to prevent her daughter's daily seizures, Tracy Dixon-Salazar decides to take matters into her own hands. Dr. Tracy Dixon-Salazar is a neuroscientist, geneticist, and, patient advocate. Her desire to get her Ph.D. was inspired by her daughter who developed Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (LGS) at the age of 2. She did her Ph.D. and post-doctoral work at UC, San Diego where she studied the mechanisms of brain development and synaptic plasticity, identified genetic causes of rare disorders in children, and researched precision therapeutics in stem cell and animal models of pediatric disease. During her research tenure, and after 16 years of watching daily, unrelenting seizures in her child, she uncovered the driver of her daughter’s illness and identified a novel precision therapy that improved her child's life. Dr. Dixon-Salazar is an accomplished scientist, proven thought leader, highly sought-after speaker, and staunch advocate for genomic medicine, patient-centric research, and patient engagement.
Le 2 mars 1955 était une journée banale pour Claudette Colvin. Après les cours, cette lycéenne de 15 ans prit le bus de Montgomery, en Alabama, pour rentrer chez elle. Habituée aux règles de la ségrégation, elle se dirige vers les sièges du fond, réservés aux Noirs. Mais, alors que le bus se remplit, Claudette refuse de céder sa place à un Blanc, malgré les menaces. Ce geste courageux et déterminant a peut-être inspiré celui de Rosa Parks. Neuf mois plus tard, cette élégante couturière, très investie dans la lutte pour les droits civiques, s’oppose à son tour à la ségrégation dans les transports. Le même geste. Mais les conséquences sont toutes autres... Qu’est devenue Claudette Colvin ? Âgée de 80 ans aujourd’hui, elle n’a jamais cessé de se battre pour ses convictions, “dans l’ombre” de Rosa Parks. Que lui est-il arrivé après son arrestation dans le bus de Montgomery ? Pourquoi n’a-t-on (presque) jamais entendu parler d’elle ? Plus de 60 ans après, l’auteure Tania de Montaigne donne enfin une voix à Claudette Colvin et nous raconte le combat contre la ségrégation d’une oubliée de l’histoire. Liens : - Noire, la vie méconnue de Claudette Colvin, une bande dessinée sortie le 18 janvier 2019 chez Dargaud, d’après un livre éponyme publié en 2015 chez Grasset. - Tania de Montaigne dans 28 Minutes : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJcQ5NR88Ts Comment le serial killer Michel Fourniret a dépouillé le gang des Postiches... Comment j ’ai aidé mon enfant harcelée à l’école... Qu’ils soient journalistes, écrivains ou grands témoins, les invité.e.s de l’émission 28 minutes d'ARTE ont des histoires formidables à raconter. Voici leur podcast ! 28 Minutes est le magazine d’actualité d’ARTE, présenté par Elisabeth Quin du lundi au vendredi à 20h05. Renaud Dély est aux commandes de l'émission le samedi. "Les histoires de 28’" est un podcast coproduit par KM et ARTE Radio. Enregistrement : 8 juin 19 - Réalisation & montage : Marie-Hélène Gallay - Mixage : Benjamin Dubret - Fichiste : Candice Bergeron - Programmation : Pascale Assor - Musique : Universal Production Music, Paul Van Eersel
After finally getting together in their forties, Chris Wade and his wife are determined to have a baby -- even if it means following some unconventional advice. Chris Wade is a native Washingtonian and a retired member of the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, DC. He is a Certified Healthcare Protection Administrator and currently works in healthcare security. Chris is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University Police Executive Leadership Program, is a certified Mental Health First Aid instructor and a certified CPI Nonviolent Crisis Intervention instructor. He is married to his best friend and simply adores his children. His life is filled with countless adventures which he is willing to share through storytelling.
Struggling to conceive, Sara Sweet makes her third attempt at intrauterine insemination just before her family's Christmas gathering. Sara Sweet is a writer and storyteller from Boston. She is a Moth Grand Slam champion and has been a featured teller with Fugitive Stories, Now Hear This, Listen Up Storytelling, Life Is Good and the Moth MainStage.Sara and her husband are aunt and uncle to 8 nieces and nephews.
After Kenny Kinds begins lying to his parents about his grades, he has to question why he is in engineering school in the first place. Kenny Kinds is an application developer/comedian and yes, those two things pair together nicely. He also co-hosts the monthly storytelling show Sorry Please Continue at The Heavy Anchor in St. Louis.
After a tragedy, Brianna Shaughnessy discovers a different way to heal at the Great Barrier Reef. Brianna Shaughnessy is a PhD Student in Environmental Biology at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Prior to joining Jarrett Byrnes' lab as a Coasts and Communities Fellow, she completed a Master's of Professional Science through Northeastern University's Three Seas Program. Her past research focussed on surveying kelp forests with the purpose of assessing the impacts of global change on such critical ecosystems. As a native of Cape Cod, MA, an integral part of Brianna's upbringing involved constantly questioning and developing a deep respect for coastal communities. Her current research focusses on the development of sustainable fisheries practices in hopes of acting as liaison between the community that raised her and the scientists aiming to understand and protect it.
Growing up, Glynn received a lot of advice...
Back in 2013, when Adult ISH host Nyge Turner was in his late teens, his dad surprised him by taking him on his first slave plantation tour. To make matters worse, apart from the bus driver and a single employee on the plantation, there was not a single black person in sight. This story was produced by YR Media's Adult ISH podcast. Adult ISH is a culture, advice, and storytelling show about #adulting, that is produced entirely by folks who are "almost adults". It’s distributed by PRX’s Radiotopia. Be sure to subscribe and listen here! Produced by: Nyge Turner and Davey Kim Sound Design: Clay Xavier and Stanley Ipkuss
When pharmacy professor Lindsay Acree volunteers at a local needle exchange, her beliefs about addiction are challenged. Lindsay Acree, Pharm.D., AE-C is an assistant professor at the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy. She received her pharmacy degree from the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy in 2013 and completed a PGY1 residency in academia/ambulatory care also with the University of Charleston. Dr. Acree provides patient care in several clinics throughout the Charleston area including the City of Charleston Wellness clinic and the Family Health Associates of South Charleston. Dr. Acree is a board certified asthma educator. Her involvement with the Harm Reduction Clinic located within the Kanawha Charleston Health Department includes teaching the naloxone training to patients, caregivers, and members of the community as well as assisting with Harm Reduction Clinic services. In addition to clinical services, Dr. Acree teaches several topics within the University such as substance use disorders, asthma, COPD, and tobacco cessation.
"You're nothing but skin and bones!" cried Gregor Samsa.
Tajana Schneiderman struggles to live up to the expectations and sacrifices of her brilliant scientist mother. Tajana Schneiderman is a PhD student in planetary sciences at MIT. Although she thought astronomy would be a career that let her look up, she finds she spends a lot of time reading papers, writing code, and analyzing data. She’s interested in detecting and characterizing exoplanetary systems to better understand the way systems form and evolve. In her free time, she knits, reads, and goes on backpacking adventures.
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Stephanie Foo had a love-hate relationship with that old computer game the Sims. But when she steps foot into the latest version of the game, the AI is so good, her new Sim acts more like Stephanie than Stephanie does. Producer: Stephanie Foo Sound Design: Leon Morimoto
Stray Theatre presents Story Story Night's Slammer of the Year Part Two broadcast. Hosted by Jodi Eichelberger.