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  • #119 Motala – solfjädern och ångfartyget
    Staden Podcast
    01:18:40
    Learning
    5,613

    Verkstadsön i Motala ligger mellan Göta kanal och Motala Ström. Kanalen som formade och anlade köpingen, strömmen som drev Motala Verkstad. När Motala köping med sin idealplan, den solfjädersformade ritad av Baltzar von Planen blev en avkrok, blev verkstaden, ett stenkast bort men inte en del av köpingen den snabbast växande industrin i landet och fröet till hela den industriella revolutionen. Joles Verne lät fören på Nautilus komma från Motala Verkstad i Sverige. Motala är rörelser. Rörelsen Mellan borgerlig besvikelse och tekniska framsteg mellan stilla bakvatten och forsande strömmar. Och frön till nya rörelser till industrialismens långa svepande rörelser under 1800-talet och till egnahemsrörelsen, den alltigenom omvälvande iden om arbetarnas egna hem Motala köping blir också en del av de rörelser som är arbetarrörelsen, folkrörelsen och idrottsrörelsen. En stad som växer ikapp sina egna ideal och bygger en ombonad plats i brunt tegel.

  • Home Cooking with Food52
    Selected Shorts
    58:33
    Storytelling
    303

    Guest host Hope Davis presents three shows about food, cooking, and company, curated with the online foodie destination Food52: "Feeding the Fussy," by Laurie Colwin, performed by Tracee Chimo; "Home Turf," by Kiran Desai, performed by Angel Desai; and "Watkyn, Comma," by Joan Aiken, performed by Sonia Manzano.

  • Christiana Figueres, Tom Rivett-Carnac - Rathbones: The Earth Convention
    5x15
    59:55
    620

    Covid-19 and Climate Change – Time for a reset? This opening session of the Earth Convention series explores the impact of the global pandemic on climate change and the environment and asks – is now the time for a reset? How has lockdown changed how we view the environment? Can we take the opportunity to turn the COVID-19 crisis into a defining moment in the fight against climate change? How can we reach for a healthier, more sustainable and greener way forward and what practical steps can we all take to create the future we want to see? Speakers: Christiana Figueres was the Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) 2010-2016 and the public face of the most pivotal climate agreement in history, the Paris Climate Agreement of 2015. Tom Rivett-Carnac was Christiana’s political strategist at the UN. James Thornton is the founding CEO of ClientEarth. Juliet Davenport is founder and Chief Executive Officer of Good Energy. Chaired by Rosie Boycott – cross bench peer, food campaigner and co-founder 5x15. About Rathbones Responsible investing at Rathbone Investment Management. We see it as our responsibility to invest for everyone’s tomorrow. That means doing the right thing for our clients and for other too. Keeping the future in mind when we make decisions today. Looking beyond the short term for the most sustainable outcome. This is how we build enduring value for our clients, make a wider contribution to society and create a lasting legacy. 5x15 brings together 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: 5x15stories.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/5x15stories Facebook: www.facebook.com/5x15stories Instagram: www.instagram.com/5x15stories

  • RFK - The Journey To Justice (Part 2)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    Theater
    0

    Murray Horwitz and Jonathan Estrin’s behind-the-scenes story of a high-stakes political drama that dared the country and its citizens to look into the mirror―and change. Robert Kennedy had an early mistrust of Dr. Martin Luther King and his tactics, but became one of the civil rights movement’s greatest champions. Through Kennedy’s transformative experience, the victories and defeats of an era are retold for a new generation. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in March of 2010. Directed by John Rubinstein Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Michael Leydon Campbell as Burke Marshall/Others Philip Casnoff as John F. Kennedy/Others Henry Clarke as Robert F. Kennedy Kyle Colerider-Krugh as Byron White/Others Kevin Daniels as Martin Luther King, Jr. Ross Hellwig as Harris Wofford/Others Thomas Vincent Kelly as John Seigenthaler/Others Sheilynn Wactor as Coretta Scott King/Others John Wesley as Louis Martin/Others

  • PONYTAILMONOLOGERNE 1:5 - Kære Dagbog, det er mig Ponytail
    AKT1 Danmarks Lydteater
    16:32
    Comedy
    179

    TEKST: Ida Marie Hede INSTRUKTION: Niels Erling LYDSCENOGRAFI: Rasmus Juncker MEDVIRKENDE: Mette Gregersen Olivia Joof Marion Reuter Emil Blak Olsen Mads M. Nielsen

  • PONYTAILMONOLOGERNE 5:5 - Corona-knogler og beyond
    AKT1 Danmarks Lydteater
    21:48
    Comedy
    208

    TEKST: Ida Marie Hede INSTRUKTION: Niels Erling LYDSCENOGRAFI: Rasmus Juncker MEDVIRKENDE: Mette Gregersen Olivia Joof Marion Reuter Emil Blak Olsen Mads M. Nielsen

  • Fast-fashion ou coton bio, peut-on s’habiller sans polluer ? (1)
    ARTE Radio
    36:01
    Storytelling
    6,265

    L'industrie du textile et de la mode crée de faux besoins pour qu'on achète sans cesse des habits. Notre cerveau est conditionné pour vouloir du nouveau, à n'importe quel prix. Y compris celui de la destruction des ressources, de la pollution et du gaspillage. Mais il faut savoir qu'une robe en coton bio n'est souvent pas plus écolo qu'une chemise en synthétique. Alors, que faire contre la fast-fashion ? Doit-on fabriquer soi-même ses vêtements avec des épluchures ? Des gens réfléchissent, d'autres (ou les mêmes) agissent. Delphine Saltel explore sa penderie, notre cerveau et les alternatives possibles. Premier épisode d'un nouveau podcast pour se bricoler une morale minimale par temps de crise. Avec : - Majdouline Sbai (sociologue spécialisée en environnement, membre du collectif Ethique sur l’étiquette) - Julia Faure (ingénieure en agronomie, co-fondatrice de la marque de vêtements LOOM) - Sébastien Bohler (docteur en neurobiologie moléculaire, rédacteur en chef de la revue Cerveau et Psycho) - Jean-Baptiste Fressoz (historien des sciences, des techniques et de l’environnement) Remerciements : Clémence Mignot - Elsa Monségur (La textilerie) - Nayla Aljtouni Nouveau podcast : Vivons heureux avant la fin du monde Comment s’habiller, échanger, voyager, s’aimer dans les années 20 ? Pour se bricoler une morale minimale en des temps de crises sociale, écologique et sanitaire, Delphine Saltel (Que sont-ils devenus ?, Y'a deux écoles) explore chaque mois nos incohérences et les solutions possibles. Mêlant questionnement personnel, tribulations domestiques, reportages et entretiens avec des chercheurs et des activistes, ce nouveau podcast veut alerter, éveiller et rassurer sur un autre monde possible. Livres : - « Une mode éthique est-elle possible ? » de Majdouline Sbai - « Le bug humain : Pourquoi notre cerveau nous pousse à détruire la planète et comment l’en empêcher ? » de Sébastien Bohler - « L’apocalypse joyeuse, une histoire du risque technologique » et « L’événement Anthropocène, La Terre, l’Histoire et nous » de Jean-Baptiste Fressoz Enregistrements : décembre 19, janvier 20 - Texte, voix, réalisation : Delphine Saltel - Musiques originales et mix : Arnaud Forest - Illustration : Mathilde Rives - Production : ARTE Radio

  • Godcast, le podcast de Dieu
    ARTE Radio
    16:12
    Storytelling
    5,580

    Que faire quand on est Dieu, et qu’on a un peu cramé son image de marque ? Lancer son podcast, évidemment. Rien de mieux pour reconquérir sa fanbase et réussir son comeback auprès de la commu. Le problème, c’est que Dieu n’a jamais bien compris la définition du podcast. D’un autre côté, personne n’a jamais bien compris la définition de Dieu. Ça leur fait déjà un point commun. Alléluia. Avec le soutien de Beaumarchais-SACD et de la copie privée. Enregistrements : mars, juillet 20 - Texte : Klaire fait Grr - Editorial : Silvain Gire, Sabine Zovighian - Voix : Klaire fait Grr (Dieu), Damien Zanoly (Gabriel), Philippe de Monts (Mezzo di Pagna) - Illustration : Julien Pacaud - Réalisation et musique originale : Arnaud Forest - Production : ARTE Radio

  • Outside In Excerpt
    World According to Sound
    05:46
    325

    This is the beginning of our 80-minute binaural show.

  • Petrony - Spooked
    Snap Judgment
    34:29
    Storytelling
    1,946

    David’s family has owned the same plot of farmland in North Carolina for over 300 years. As he gets older, he starts to realize that some family members have never really left... Thank you, David, for sharing your story with the Spooked. Big love to you & Petrony! Produced by Greta Weber, original score by Jordain Wallace Artwork by Sanaa Khan Congrats to our Spooked Theme Song Remix winners, Paul Kleinschmidt & Celeste Yglesia! Season 5 has 22 new episodes, each released weekly on Mondays & Fridays. Select episodes will be available across streaming platforms (like this episode), but you can find ALL the new episodes only on Luminary. You can get a Luminary subscription for as little as $2.99 a month with their annual plan, plus a 7-day free trial to get started. Visit luminarypodcasts.com to start your free trial.

  • Solar Sail Through the Orion Nebula Trailer 1
    Ace Galaksi
    00:25
    Comedy
    1

    Fact Checker Fran is confused about the purpose of Destiny http://www.acegalaksi.com

  • Dernier contact
    ARTE Radio
    07:23
    News & Politics
    5,527

    Cette semaine, Livo est le premier reporter à annoncer la mort de Valéry Giscard-d'Estaing : une belle leçon de professionnalisme. Là-dessus il explique qu'il ne voulait plus (entendre) parler du Covid mais qu'il est bien obligé, même sur un air de NTM ("à mon contact le Covid reste compact"). La pandémie est toujours là et les risques aussi, de la fac à l'hôpital selon les témoignages. Désormais on vit masqué, bombardé de chiffres et de concepts bizarres ("cas contact de cas contact"). Sournois, le virus s'insinue jusque dans nos rêves... Chaque mercredi, Dépêche découpe l'actu avec un micro. Abonnez-vous à ce podcast sur notre site, Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud ou Deezer. Enregistrements : 15, 17, 19, 21, 22 septembre 20 - Texte, voix, réalisation : Olivier Minot - Mix : Charlie Marcelet - Illustration : pikisuperstar / Freepik - Production : ARTE Radio

  • PONYTAILMONOLOGERNE 4:5 - Død tøs - optøet tøs
    AKT1 Danmarks Lydteater
    15:30
    Comedy
    134

    TEKST: Ida Marie Hede INSTRUKTION: Niels Erling LYDSCENOGRAFI: Rasmus Juncker MEDVIRKENDE: Mette Gregersen Olivia Joof Marion Reuter Emil Blak Olsen Mads M. Nielsen

  • PONYTAILMONOLOGERNE 3:5 - Manden med sukkerleen
    AKT1 Danmarks Lydteater
    14:32
    Comedy
    128

    TEKST: Ida Marie Hede INSTRUKTION: Niels Erling LYDSCENOGRAFI: Rasmus Juncker MEDVIRKENDE: Mette Gregersen Olivia Joof Marion Reuter Emil Blak Olsen Mads M. Nielsen

  • Hold That Space - Snap Spotlights "Ear Hustle"
    Snap Judgment
    40:48
    Storytelling
    1,888

    Four women share their stories of loving incarcerated men, and the challenges they face in maintaining their relationships, staying hopeful about an eventual reunion, and carrying on with their lives on the outside. We also hear from a man sentenced to Life without the possibility of parole. Snap Judgment presents, “Hold That Space,” a special spotlight on the Ear Hustle Podcast, from PRX’s Radiotopia. Content Advisory: This episode discusses sex and contains explicit language. Sensitive listeners, please be advised. Thanks to Erica Olson, Loraine Serrano, Darlene Burke, Annette Shields, Raven Campbell, Raylene Ruiz, Theresa, Sutina Green, and Steven Green for sharing your stories for this episode. And BIG thanks + so much love to the entire Ear Hustle family! Be sure to visit www.EarHustleSq.com to hear more stories, see pictures from episodes, and follow everything Ear Hustle. They just dropped a new season! Ear Hustle comes to us from PRX’s Radiotopia, this episode is produced by Earlonne Woods, Nigel Poor, Rhasaan “New York” Thomas, John “Yahya” Johnson, Pat Mesiti-Miller, and Bruce Wallace. This episode was scored with music by Antwan Williams, Rhashiyd Zinnamon, and David Jassy. Artwork by Antwan Williams

  • PONYTAILMONOLOGERNE 2:5 - Hasarderet BFF - mine midnatsritualer med Gretchen
    AKT1 Danmarks Lydteater
    16:18
    Comedy
    120

    TEKST: Ida Marie Hede INSTRUKTION: Niels Erling LYDSCENOGRAFI: Rasmus Juncker MEDVIRKENDE: Mette Gregersen Olivia Joof Marion Reuter Emil Blak Olsen Mads M. Nielsen

  • The Lucrative, Shady Market in Fake Reviews
    Reveal
    17:10
    News & Politics
    240

    Technology Journalist Laura Sydell takes a deep dive into the trade in fake reviews that engages doctors, small businesses, and pizza shops too across Yelp, Facebook and Google. She's guided on her journey by former fraud investigator Kay Dean, whose own encounter with fake reviews took her deep into the world of Black Hat Marketing

  • Shame
    Snap Judgment
    53:30
    Storytelling
    1,561

    What’s keeping you from feeling proud today? We’re exploring that question with a special Snap two-for-one: SHAMEBOOTH, a traveling art installation, hotline, and podcast featuring the voices of real people sharing their shame, and “Quiet Is Best,” a story from Julie Lindahl about her shocking discovery of a secret — and shameful — family legacy. Content advisory: These stories detail substances, violence against a trans person, graphic images of Nazi Germany, and sexual assault. Sensitive listeners, please be advised. STORIES: SHAMEBOOTH Recordings SHAMEBOOTH explores the science & psychology behind one of the most intense and isolating emotions a person can feel by capturing the voices of real people who step into a refurbished phone booth to speak their truths. It has become an art installation, podcast, hotline, live event space, and movement to help people get proud. A very big thank you to all of the brave people who stepped into the SHAMEBOOTH, baring their souls. For more, head on over to SHAMEBOOTH and subscribe to the podcast! SHAMEBOOTH’s creator and host is Paula Williams. The podcast is produced by the fine folks at SOUND MADE PUBLIC: Tania Ketenjian, Philip Wood, and Katie McCutcheon. Production assistance was by Snap’s Regina Bediako. “Quiet is Best” – Snap Classic When Julie Lindahl discovered that her grandfather had been an active member of the German SS, she decided to return to the scene of his crimes. But her grandmother made things difficult. Thank you, Julie, for sharing your story with Snap! A version of this story was originally produced for the podcast Kind World. For more, please make sure to check out Julie Lindahl’s book, The Pendulum: A Granddaughther’s Search for Her Family’s Forbidden Nazi Past. Produced by Erika Lantz, original score by Leon Morimoto with production assistance by Liz Mak Season 11 – Episode 28

  • Quiet is Best - Snap Classic
    Snap Judgment
    30:47
    Storytelling
    1,301

    When Julie Lindahl discovered that her grandfather had been an active member of the German SS, she decided to return to the scene of his crimes. But her grandmother made things difficult. Thank you, Julie, for sharing your story with Snap! A version of this story was originally produced for the podcast Kind World. For more, please make sure to check out Julie Lindahl’s book, The Pendulum: A Granddaughther’s Search for Her Family’s Forbidden Nazi Past. Produced by Erika Lantz, original score by Leon Morimoto with production assistance by Liz Mak

  • Paperwork
    Snap Judgment
    03:57
    Storytelling
    1,269

    Glynn does everything right... almost. Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller