Onestone School and Radio Boise present Episode 2 of the Onestone Radio Takeover featuring pieces produced by Onestone students.
Pourquoi fait-on des enfants ? Que désire-t-on quand on désire un enfant ? Et pourquoi sommes-nous si nombreuses à enfanter au même moment ? L'horloge biologique des femmes est-elle si biologique que cela ? Et qu'en est-il de celles des hommes ? Pour tenter de répondre à toutes ces questions, cet épisode de Un podcast à soi donne la parole aux femmes sans enfants, par choix et par contrainte. Parce que ces femmes ont été amenées, peut-être bien plus que d'autres, à réfléchir à tout cela. Avec : - Véronique, Viviane et Marion - Manon Vialle, sociologue - Charlotte Debest, sociologue - Marie Gaille, Philosophe Textes : - «L'inhabitée», Maïa Brami - «La force de l'âge», Simone de Beauvoir - « Comment supporter sa liberté » Chantal Thomas - «L'horloge » dans « Le temps de l'attente » Véronique Siharath Remerciements : - Catherine-Emmanuelle Delisle - Lili Sohn - Ludivine Guinet - L'association de patients de l'AMP et de personnes infertiles Liens : - Le choix d'une vie sans enfants, Charlotte Debest - Le désir d'enfants, Marie Gaille - Libre à elles, Laurence Santantonios - Et toi, tu t'y mets quand ? Myriam Levain - Nullipare, Jane Sautière - Du désir de procréer : des cultures plus naturalistes que la nature, Priscille Touraille - Le regret d'être mère, Orna Donath - Une femme avec personne dedans, Chloé Delaume - Le site de Maïa Brami Enregistrements : mars 19 - Prise de son, montage, textes et voix : Charlotte Bienaimé - Réalisation et musique originale : Samuel Hirsch - Lectures : Laure Giappiconi - Accompagnement éditorial : Noémie Sanquer - Illustrations : Anna Wanda Gogusey
Like this program? Please show us the love. Click here ow.ly/oSpU30hHCXp and support our non-profit journalism. Thanks! When Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United states, the wealth gap between rich and poor was already very wide. The top 10% of families -- those who had at least $942,000 -- held 76% of total wealth. The average amount of wealth in this group was $4 million. And the entire bottom half of the population had just 1% of the total wealth pie, this gap continues to rise and when the statistical scope accounts for race, the disparity worsens. Chuck Collins, Director of the Program On Inequality at the Institute for Policy Studies, traces the history of the wealth gap in his work. Is Universal Basic Income, or UBI, an answer to the wealth gap, and to poverty? Or is it the tech community’s neoliberal dream? For this answer we hear from the producers from Upstream.
Épisode 5 : Le hentai et les sorties de piste Le porno peut nous montrer des facettes de nous-mêmes qu'on ignorait. C'est ce que se dit la narratrice quand elle se découvre attirée par des vidéos de hentai, des dessins animés érotiques japonais très excessifs... 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. Enregistrements : 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 d'Emma Broughton, Damien Zanoly, Loïc Riewer, Clemence Faure
Onestone School and Radio Boise present their first podcasting broadcast of Onestone students.
SUN AM (4/14/19)
Volcanologist Ben Kennedy’s attempts to be taken seriously as a scientist are undermined by his youthful appearance. Ben Kennedy is an associate professor of Geological Sciences at the University of Canterbury. His work involves physical volcanology and fieldwork, geoscience education, experimental volcanology, interpreting volcano monitoring data, measurements of volcanic rock properties, and calderas and magma plumbing. Basically, Ben loves rocks and working out why volcanoes erupt in various different ways. He travels to various volcanoes all around the world to collect rocks, then takes the rocks back to the University of Canterbury and does various experiments to learn more about the eruptions in which they originated. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on January 4, 2019, in an episode titled “Just a Number: Stories about age and science”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/1/3/just-a-number-stories-about-age-and-science
A question that Laura Spink asked her parents as a kid comes up again when her own child begins to ask similar questions. Laura Spink is a vocalist/percussionist in the Toronto-based duo, The Young Novelists. She has toured Canada, the United States, and Europe, and the band has won a Canadian Folk Music Award for New/Emerging Artist of the Year. Besides working full-time in music, Laura graduated with a Geochemistry degree from the University of Waterloo and works part-time at the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks. She is also the proud mom of an amazing 7-year old son. 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
Just before she leaves for her dream opportunity to teach marine science on the Red Sea, Latasha Wright gets a call that puts her plans in jeopardy. Latasha Wright received her Ph.D. from NYU Langone Medical Center in Cell and Molecular Biology. After her studies, she went on to continue her scientific training at Johns Hopkins University and Weill Cornell Medical Center. She has coauthored numerous publications and presented her work at international and national conferences. In 2011, she joined the crew of the BioBus, a mobile science lab dedicated to bringing hands on science and inspiration to students from all socioeconomic backgrounds. The BioBus creates a setting that fosters innovation and creativity. Students are encouraged to ask questions, formulate hypotheses, and design experiments. Through the BioBus, Latasha was able to share her love of science with a new generation of potential scientists. Everyday that she spends teaching students about science in this transformative environment helps her remember that science is fun. She loves sharing the journey of discovery with students of all ages. In 2014, the BioBus team launched an immersive, unintimidating laboratory space called the BioBase, a community laboratory model. At the BioBase students are encouraged to explore their scientific potential through in-depth programming and hands-on experimentation. Latasha has lead the efforts in establishing this community laboratory model, and hopes to build on its success in other communities. The efforts of the BioBus’ team to promote science education to all communities in New York City has been recognized by numerous news outlets, including the WNYC science radio program Hypothesis. Additionally, Latasha has been featured as NY1’s New Yorker of the Week. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on February 22, 2019, in an episode titled “Inspiration: Stories about what inspires us”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/1/25/inspiration-stories-about-what-inspires-us
Growing up, Sheena Cruickshank's teenage older brother inspires her love of science, but then one summer he returns from university with a lump on his arm. Sheena Cruickshank graduated in Biochemistry and Immunology from the University of Strathclyde and did a PhD in Immunology with Cancer Research UK at the University of Leeds. She is now an immunology Professor in the University of Manchester and also is their University Academic Lead for Public Engagement. Her research aims to understand how the immune response distinguishes harm from benefit e.g. parasitic infections versus the friendly bacteria that live in and on our bodies. She has a focus on using her research to help develop tools to improve patient diagnosis and management. Sheena is passionate about communicating her research with the public and her public engagement work is very closely linked to her research. She co-developed resources to help educate about parasite infections and their impact with a set of resources called “the Worm Wagon” and focuses on enabling access to science for non-native English speakers. She also co-developed a UK nationwide citizen science project to understand allergies and the impacts of pollution (@BritainBreathing). She was a AAAS Leshner Fellow and has received awards and commendations for her outreach from organisations such as the Royal Society of Biology, BBSRC and NCCPE and has presented her work in the media including the radio and television. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on February 22, 2019, in an episode titled “Inspiration: Stories about what inspires us”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/1/25/inspiration-stories-about-what-inspires-us
Mort Fertel is the creator of Marriage Fitness, a relationship renewal system that’s been used by millions of people in marital crisis. He also authored the book Marriage Fitness: 4 Steps to Building & Maintaining Phenomenal Love On today's show we talk about some of the ways to get in your reps to build a healthy relationship. What are the things you can do to stay in shape, have good relationship nutrition, and keep your marriage strong and healthy.
Monica Dunford finds physics cold and boring until she gets a summer job in a lab that changes everything. Monica Dunford is an experimental high-energy particle physicist working on the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. She is currently at the University of Heidelberg in Germany. Prof. Dunford’s research ranges from combing through petabytes of data in search of new elusive particles to crawling in small, dusty places connecting thousands of kilometers of cables. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on February 8, 2019, in an episode titled “In Love with Science: Stories about loving science”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/1/25/in-love-with-science-stories-about-finding-a-one-and-only
On this week's podcast, the TM Project Management team discusses how they keep a business full of creatives from crashing and burning. How do you manage the creatives on your team?
A l'heure des fake news et des manipulations diverses, les poissons d'avril de la presse ont du mal à passer. Tout barbouillé, Livo voit son quartier soumis à une alerte terroriste, avec des coups de feu, des forces de l'ordre en nombre et même du maquillage pour les victimes : ben oui, c'était un exercice d'entraînement. Si même la police joue avec le faux... Quand à Arnaud Viala, député Les Républicains de l'Aveyron, il assume au téléphone de vouloir enlever le RSA aux casseurs, mais pas à d'autres formes de délinquance. Décidément le moral est bas, mais voilà : un bel hommage à Agnès Varda avec les glaneurs et glaneuses de la rue réussit à éclairer la semaine. Dépêche !, le podcast qui glane l'actualité. À retrouver aussi sur la chaîne YouTube ARTE Radio. Enregistrements : 25, 27 mars, 1er avril 19 - Mix : Charlie Marcelet - Réalisation : Olivier Minot
Due to stress in her personal life, TV writer Joey Slamon develops a cyst in an unfortunate place. Joey Slamon has worked as a writer and producer on shows such as Arrested Development, Those Who Can’t and Bobcat Goldthwait’s upcoming Misfits and Monsters. She is currently working on season two of I’m Sorry for TruTV. Despite no formal training, she will happily give you medical advice if you ask for it. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on January 11, 2019, in an episode titled “Stress: Stories about being under pressure”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/1/7/stress-stories-about-being-under-pressure
Harry Kikstra beklimt een berg in Alaska met een vulkaan uit Spanje. Want hoog in de bergen kun je maar beter niet alleen zijn.
Alejandro Vilches’ story is about what it takes to make connections and wake up to the world around us. He was born in Bryan, Texas, but grew up in Honduras where his family is from. At the age of 28 Alejandro decided to come to the US for graduate school, seeking a new academic and professional challenge. However, he found a completely different challenge trying to adapt to a new culture, trying to reconcile two different value systems, two different worlds. Today he works as a Software Engineer and is also very passionate about volunteer work, helping introduce kids from underrepresented communities to STEM. In his free time he plays soccer for fun, but also as his duty to not lose his Honduran citizenship. URBAN TELLERS April 5, 2019 IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE SHOW Alejandro Vilches live at The Old Church Concert Hall in Portland, OR Portland Story Theater, hosted by Lawrence Howard and Lynne Duddy pdxstorytheater.org MAY THE NARRATIVE BE WITH YOU®
KITTYS HAD "Jeg tror, jeg hader at være kvinde, ligeså meget som jeg hader Østerbro" Manuskript: Olga Ravn Instruktion: Niels Erling Medvirkende: Ida Cæcilie Rasmussen Lydscenografi: Fine Glindvad Teknik: Morten Frank Nebelong Live på Johan Borups Højskole i Februar 2019
From a divided home with parents of two opposing worldviews, a girl whose mother becomes enamored with a trance channeler must now make sense of her life in the void of abandonment. “You’ve got to figure out how to go through the world in a way that feels right to you and that you do the least damage, and that you do the most good. But that path is not always clear.” Producer: Whit Missildine Editor: Nigel Coutinho thisisactuallyhappening.com Instagram: @actuallyhappening Episode Sponsors: Betterhelp, ThirdLove, Survival Intro Music: "Illabye" - Tipper Music Bed: "Cylinder Four" "Cylinder Five" - Chris Zabriskie Outro Music: "The Moon is Down" - El Diablo & Adam Schraft (Rojo y Negro) @eldiablosf @rojo-y-negro www.eldiablobass.com/