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  • 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

  • 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

  • FCC-Safe - 70 Million: In Miami, Jailing Fewer, Treating More
    Making Contact
    29:00
    14

    Much like the rest of the country, jails in Miami-Dade County double as de facto mental health facilities for people with mental health issues cycling through the criminal justice system. But Miami-Dade’s Criminal Mental Health Project has taken the lead in addressing the needs of this population. Now it is a national model for how to tackle the interplay between mental illness and criminal justice, while driving down recidivism and jailing rates in the process. This episode is a collaboration between 70 Million and radio station WLRN and reporters Nadege Green and Daniel Rivero.

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 70 Million: In Miami, Jailing Fewer, Treating More
    Making Contact
    29:17
    News & Politics
    22

    Like this program? Please show us the love. Click here ow.ly/oSpU30hHCXp and support our non-profit journalism. Thanks! Much like the rest of the country, jails in Miami-Dade County double as de facto mental health facilities for people with mental health issues cycling through the criminal justice system. But Miami-Dade’s Criminal Mental Health Project has taken the lead in addressing the needs of this population. Now it is a national model for how to tackle the interplay between mental illness and criminal justice, while driving down recidivism and jailing rates in the process. This episode is a collaboration between 70 Million and radio station WLRN and reporters Nadege Green and Daniel Rivero.

  • Nick Baskerville: Fire Is in My Job Title
    The Story Collider
    12:18
    Storytelling
    0

    Firefighter Nick Baskerville is eager to prove himself when he arrives on the scene of his first fire. Nick has had the honor of serving in the United States Air Force for a total of 14 years. He has 19 years of fire service time, with 16 years of that being in a career department in Northern Virginia. Nick is a state certified instructor for the fire service in Virginia where he teaches classes ranging from basic fire fighter skills to Cancer awareness for the Firefighter Cancer Support Network (FCSN). Nick is also a member of Better Said Than Done, a storytelling organization in Northern VA. His stories have been featured there, The Moth, Storyfest Short Slam, Secretly, Ya’ll and Perfect Liars Club. Nick has started a blog, Story Telling On Purpose (www.stop365.blog), as a way to connect the storytelling community with the rest of the DC, MD, VA area. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on March 15, 2019, in an episode titled “Teamwork: Stories about working together”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/3/1/teamwork-stories-about-working-together

  • Brian D. Bradley: From Metal to Life Threatening
    The Story Collider
    17:24
    Storytelling
    0

    As an irresponsible 17-year-old, Brian D. Bradley volunteers to spend two days living at the bottom of the ocean for a research study. Brian Bradley started writing because he couldn’t draw. At first he wanted to be a poet, but he quickly discovered that poems are pretty difficult. Next, he tried dramatic stage plays, but the results were kind of embarrassing. Finally, he gave up and started writing television for shows like MadTV, Scrubs and Happy Endings. He co-created for television Uncle Buck for ABC and is the writer/producer of a number of TV pilots he’s very proud to have been paid for, but that you will probably never see. He’s very pleased to have a chance to share a story for Story Collider and he still can’t draw. 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

  • Brittany Beck: Completely and Totally Faking It
    The Story Collider
    15:30
    Storytelling
    0

    In the middle of a school day, science teacher Brittany Beck passes out in her classroom, leading her to reflect on what got her here. Brittany Beck is a science teacher at the High School of Telecommunication Arts and Technology in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. Brittany is also her school’s Coordinator of Student Activities and lives for event logistics, fundraising and trip organizing, and the facilitating of many student groups including Women in Science Club and Student Government. You can follow Brittany on twitter at @brittanbeck. Brittany has been an MfA Master teacher since 2015. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on March 8, 2019, in an episode titled “Circles: Stories about coming back around”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/3/1/circles-stories-about-coming-back-around

  • HBM116: Finest and Most Rotten (Going Forward)
    Here Be Monsters
    17:27
    Storytelling
    0

    Do you think this is a good world? [[FULL DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • The final Europe
    ARTE Radio
    06:28
    Actualités & politique
    840

    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

  • Kitty Yang: My First Math Teacher
    The Story Collider
    11:52
    Storytelling
    0

    Inspired by her grandfather, Kitty Yang becomes a math teacher, but soon realizes she misses being a student. Kitty is a doctoral candidate in mathematics at Northwestern University, studying dynamical systems and ergodic theory. She grew up in California and went to college in New York, and attending school on both coasts, is now enjoying studying the midwest. She spends her non-math time tap dancing, running, baking, and watching baking shows. She is also a labor activist, as an organizing committee member of the Northwestern University Graduate Workers. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on March 8, 2019, in an episode titled “Circles: Stories about coming back around”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/3/1/circles-stories-about-coming-back-around

  • The Promised Land
    Snap Judgment
    44:10
    Storytelling
    4,207

    The story of a small Christian hill town in Palestine, and the 18 cows that kind of, almost, but never really, changed the course of its future. Producer: Shaina Shealy Original Score: Leon Morimoto

  • Afl. 193 Bij mij in de straat: Roos Westerveld
    Echt Gebeurd
    12:53
    392

    Roos Westerveld doet een spelletje met een vierjarige Australische jongen en ze denkt nog: wat een gekke klik.

  • Zoya Vallari: Naturally, Questions Arose
    The Story Collider
    12:53
    Storytelling
    0

    A power outage on campus leads physics student Zoya Vallari to take a stand against her university's female-only curfew. Zoya Vallari is a postdoctoral scholar at Caltech where she studies fundamental particles called neutrinos. She received a PhD in particle physics from Stony Brook University in December 2018. She's the winner of Three Minute Thesis competition at her graduate school and was awarded the International fellowship by American Association of University Women. Physics and dance are the two most important ways in which she relates to the world, though books come a close third. She loves mangoes, wine and sunshine. She is proud of her ability to lucid dream. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on March 15, 2019, in an episode titled “Teamwork: Stories about working together”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/3/1/teamwork-stories-about-working-together

  • Denise Coberley: Having an Itch You Can't Scratch
    The Story Collider
    11:38
    Storytelling
    0

    After Denise Coberley brings up her doubt in the Bible to her adoptive religious parents, she finds herself on a journey of self-discovery. Denise Coberley has been a science educator for twenty-three years. She is now pursuing a Master’s in Science Communication with a minor in Linguistics and Neuroscience. Her acceptance to the graduate program at Greenlee School of Journalism at Iowa State University allowed her to reconnect with her academic roots. Coberley’s goal is to understand how people react and develop science identities and opinions based on their interactions with media, including social, print, and news. Her husband, who works at ISU, and her children, who attend ISU, are her biggest cheerleaders. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on February 15, 2019, in an episode titled “Heredity: Stories about where we come from”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/1/25/heredity-stories-about-where-we-come-from

  • Courtship and What Comes After
    Selected Shorts
    59:39
    Storytelling
    467
  • Treefort In Studio: Mahogany Roots (03-24-19)
    Radio Boise
    28:03
    Folk & Singer-Songwriter
    217

    Mahogany Roots performs live at Radio Boise during Treefort Music Fest on March 24, 2019. https://www.treefortmusicfest.com/performer/mahogany-roots/