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  • The 2019 Look Back Special - full episode
    Snap Judgment
    49:26
    Storytelling
    2,224

    A poet delivers a devastating portrait of the relationship that made him who he is today. Two men come face to face one night in the dark canyon-lands of southern Utah. And a dangerous anarchist steals, kills, and escapes, until one day when he can run no further. It’s Snap’s 2019 Look Back Special... time to look back before we move forward. Happy Holidays to all! STORIES A Little Time Glynn and his son stumble upon an incredible creature in the woods. Produced by Lauryn Newson My Best Friend In his first appearance on the Snap Judgment stage, Ise Lyfe delivers a devastating portrait of the relationship that made him who he is today. Performed at Snap LIVE. Original Music by Alex Mandel, music performed by Alex Mandel and the Snap Judgment Players (Tim Frick and David Brandt), re-recording mix by Pat Mesiti-Miller Produced by Glynn Washington and Mark Ristich The Incident At Poison Spider Mesa The story of two men who come face to face one night in the canyonlands of southern Utah. Brody Young is a Utah State Park Ranger and motivational speaker, helping other people figure out how to survive the unsurvivable. To find out more about his story, be sure to check out his website, rangerbrodyyoung.com. Produced by Joe Rosenberg, original score by Leon Morimoto Chaotic Good Malaclypse was part of a dangerous anarchist group. They stole, they killed, they escaped, until one day when Malaclypse could run no further... Produced by Jazmin Aguilera, original score by Renzo Gorrio Season 10 Episode 37

  • GBA Extra - The Split
    Getting Better Acquainted
    54:16
    Podcast
    232

    After a year on hiatus from Getting Better Acquainted I return for a one-off extra episode to continue the tradition of beginning the new year with a round up of how the last year panned out for me, and because it's 2019 I also consider how the decade has gone for me, and also how I'm feeling about the frying pan and fire of current political events. Getting Better Acquainted is still on hiatus for a while. But there's over 350 episodes in the archives so plenty to catch up on for people just discovering the show. I mention: Made of Human with Sofie Hagen: https://www.madeofhumanpodcast.com The Breakup Monologues with Rosie Wilby: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-breakup-monologues-with-rosie-wilby/id1310409996?mt=2 My time hosting Spark Hackney: https://soundcloud.com/gettingbetteracquainted/gba-extra-the-spark Spark True Stories: http://stories.co.uk/ The Restart Project: https://therestartproject.org/podcast/ Busy Being Black at LPF: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/live-josh-rivers-campbell-x-at-london-podcast-festival/id1355469484?i=1000452400087 What About the Men? Mansplaining Masculinity: https://soundcloud.com/standuptragedy/sut-presents-what-about-the-men-mansplaining-maculinity http://mansplainingmasculinity.co.uk/ The Family Tree: http://thefamilytreepodcast.co.uk/ https://soundcloud.com/gettingbetteracquainted/sets/the-family-tree-episodes What is masculinity? Why does it matter? And other big questions by Jeffrey Boakye and Darren Chetty: https://www.hachettechildrens.co.uk/titles/jeffrey-boakye-2/what-is-masculinity-why-does-it-matter-and-other-big-questions/9781526308146/ Pluse Award: https://fund.britishpodcastawards.com/news/british-podcast-awards-launches-50k-fund/ Down to a sunless sea: https://medium.com/@goosefat101/down-to-a-sunless-sea-memories-of-my-dad-604a239b7501

  • A Little Time
    Snap Judgment
    03:34
    Storytelling
    1,628

    Glynn and his son stumble upon an incredible creature in the woods. Produced by Lauryn Newson

  • My Best Friend
    Snap Judgment
    10:04
    Storytelling
    1,641

    In his first appearance on the Snap Judgment stage, Ise Lyfe delivers a devastating portrait of the relationship that made him who he is today. Performed at Snap LIVE. Original Music by Alex Mandel, music performed by Alex Mandel and the Snap Judgment Players (Tim Frick and David Brandt), re-recording mix by Pat Mesiti-Miller Produced by Glynn Washington and Mark Ristich

  • The Incident at Poison Spider Mesa
    Snap Judgment
    17:48
    Storytelling
    1,751

    The story of two men who come face to face one night in the canyonlands of southern Utah. Brody Young is a Utah State Park Ranger and motivational speaker, helping other people figure out how to survive the unsurvivable. To find out more about his story, be sure to check out his website, rangerbrodyyoung.com. Produced by Joe Rosenberg, original score by Leon Morimoto

  • Chaotic Good
    Snap Judgment
    17:16
    Storytelling
    1,836

    Malaclypse was part of a dangerous anarchist group. They stole, they killed, they escaped, until one day when Malaclypse could run no further... Dan has been playing and organizing LARPs for 20 years. He posts bad LARP advice on twitter at 'LarpTips.' Produced by Jazmin Aguilera, original score by Renzo Gorrio

  • The Liar (Part One)
    latheatreworks
    58:59
    Audio Drama
    0

    In this classic farce, a young man pretends to be a war hero to impress a pretty girl. As his lies progress, so do his troubles – with hilarious results. Playwright Pierre Corneille’s comedy of manners is considered a groundbreaking work which influenced contemporaries such as the young Molière. Includes a conversation with Larry F. Norman, Professor of French Literature, Theater, and Performance Studies at the University of Chicago. Recorded in Los Angeles before a live audience at the UCLA James Bridges Theater in April 2013. Lead funding for "The Liar" was made possible with support from the Sidney E. Frank Foundation. Directed by Martin Jarvis Producing Director: Susan Albert Loewenberg Tara Lynne Barr as Clarice Janine Barris as Lucrèce Sue Cremin as Sabine/Isabelle Danny Mann as Cliton Christopher Neame as Géronte John Sloan as Dorante Mark Jude Sullivan as Philiste Matthew Wolf as Alcippe

  • The #1 Cause of Roommate Syndrome
    loveumentary
    12:21
    4

    Flinching is kind of a strange phenomenon.  It’s not something you consciously do. It’s an instinct. Your brain forces you to pull away from the thing that could cause you pain. A hot stove, a pointy needle, or a ball flying at your face… It doesn’t matter what it is, if your brain senses it as a threat that could hurt you, it will do its best to protect you. Now, here’s something most people don’t know. Physical pain and emotional pain… they’re processed in many of the same areas of the brain. And your brain tries to protect you from both! You’ve probably noticed the emotional flinch. You pull away from people when they say or do things that hurt your feelings, or make you feel bad. You create a safe, emotional buffer between you and them so that you can avoid getting hurt again. Sometimes you get hurt over and over by the same person. They may not be big hurts… But when you add up lots and lots of little emotional flinches caused by little hurts over a long period of time, you end up with a grand-canyon-sized chasm between you and the person inflicting the pain. Ever hear of roommate syndrome? Maybe you’ve heard people say, “We just grew apart.”? This is how that happens. The only way to prevent it is to constantly repair the damage you do to your partner. Especially the small things. When you accidentally step on someone's toes in a crowd, you don’t tell them to get over it. You simply say, “Ooops! I’m sorry!” Accidentally hurting your partner’s feelings is no different. Apologizing doesn’t mean saying you are malicious. It doesn’t mean you did anything on purpose. It doesn’t even mean you’re wrong!  Most of the time it’s about taking a little responsibility, and being willing to see things from their perspective. “I can see how my tone could have been hurtful.” “I totally get why you are upset that I didn’t come home on time.” “It makes sense why you’d be hurt by that comment, even though I definitely didn’t mean it to be hurtful. I’m sorry.” When you apologize to your partner for hurts that you cause them - whether intentional or unintentional - you are giving them the gift of emotional healing, and building trust and intimacy. If you’re feeling distant right now, maybe there are some things you need to apologize for. (Or things you need to forgive.) Try it out… see what a difference it makes.

  • Nazareth
    GTCDunn
    40:53
    Religion & Spirituality
    89

    Sun AM (12/29/19)

  • Afl. 230 Sprookjes: Elma Drayer
    Echt Gebeurd
    13:04
    364

    Elma Drayer komt uit de ultra-orthodoxe vleugel van het gereformeerdendom. Dat heeft haar beleving van Oudjaarsavond getekend.


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  • The Liar (Part Two)
    latheatreworks
    58:59
    Audio Drama
    0

    In this classic farce, a young man pretends to be a war hero to impress a pretty girl. As his lies progress, so do his troubles – with hilarious results. Playwright Pierre Corneille’s comedy of manners is considered a groundbreaking work which influenced contemporaries such as the young Molière. Includes a conversation with Larry F. Norman, Professor of French Literature, Theater, and Performance Studies at the University of Chicago. Recorded in Los Angeles before a live audience at the UCLA James Bridges Theater in April 2013. Lead funding for "The Liar" was made possible with support from the Sidney E. Frank Foundation. Directed by Martin Jarvis Producing Director: Susan Albert Loewenberg Tara Lynne Barr as Clarice Janine Barris as Lucrèce Sue Cremin as Sabine/Isabelle Danny Mann as Cliton Christopher Neame as Géronte John Sloan as Dorante Mark Jude Sullivan as Philiste Matthew Wolf as Alcippe

  • The Best of Making Contact
    Making Contact
    29:15
    News & Politics
    74

    We look at our favorite shows from 2019. From Artificial Intelligence, to the stigma around women's periods, from guns and restraining orders to the cost of Insulin, these are the stories that inspired us, taught us something or just made us think differently. Like this program? Please show us the love. Click here ow.ly/oSpU30hHCXp and support our non-profit journalism. Thanks!

  • Jacqui Lambert - Cutting the Line
    Arctic Entries
    08:41
    494

    Jacqui is the middle sister of 10 and an Auntie to over 20 nieces and nephews. She is a writer, graphic designer, and traditional dancer from Kotzebue. She has traveled across the world, but her favorite places are the Inuit communities in Chukotka, Canada, and Greenland. Jacqui is passionate about astrology, poetry, mental health, and old Native legends. You can find more of her work at jacquiiwithacue.com or on Instagram and Twitter.

  • Destiny Waller & Michele McKean - Blessed and Restored
    Arctic Entries
    07:20
    741

    Destiny is originally from Alaska but grew up in Oregon and Idaho. She has worked with individuals with disabilities since she was 16. She is now a Registered Behavior Technician(RBT) and an Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) manager, and works with kids who have autism. She has three beautiful children and a wonderful husband. Michele is a proud Alaskan Resident who has lived here since she was three years old (that was 1969!). She has been married to her wonderful husband, Ken, for 29 years and together for 32 years. They raised three kids (now young adults) Jordan, Madison & Hunter to love Alaska, too. Michele and her husband own Distinctive Homes and System Clean. She is a survivor of the Route 91 Music Festival shooting in Las Vegas, and is grateful to her husband who continually reminds her that she is a warrior.She says Lighthouse Christian Fellowship is where you need to be, if you're looking for a church.

  • Pt 2: The Search for No Name Aporva
    Snap Judgment
    29:38
    Storytelling
    2,407

    A woman arrives in India only to discover that the baby she’s there to adopt has just been rescued from an orphanage tied to a child trafficking ring. Listen to Part Two of this amazing journey. BIG thanks to Danielle and Annaporva Green for sharing your story with Snap. Read more incredible stories from Danielle in her book, "A Magnificent Obsession." Produced by Nancy López, original score by Renzo Gorrio Season 10 Episode 35

  • Best of TIAH #3 – Rebroadcast – #112: What if a murderer appeared at your bedroom door?
    ThisIsActuallyHappening
    57:11
    Storytelling
    1,041

    "What happened to me is one of those things where people say, like, 'that could never happen to you.' So now once that happened, it's like well anything can happen to me at any time." Producer: Whit Missildine thisisactuallyhappening.com Instagram: @actuallyhappening Episode Sponsor: Policygenius Intro Music: "Illabye" - Tipper Music Bed: "Union Flow" - Spuntic. Outro Music: "The Moon is Down" - El Diablo & Adam Schraft (Rojo y Negro) @eldiablosf @rojo-y-negro www.eldiablobass.com/

  • Holly Brooks - From Coach to Competitor
    Arctic Entries
    07:34
    474

    When Holly’s twins were born (just over two years ago) she would drive out to Kincaid while simultaneously breast pumping to optimize her time skiing. During her husband’s 24-hour shifts working for the Anchorage Fire Department, she mines the chocolate chips out of the Ghirardelli brownie mix. Holly loves powder, cilantro, cats, Norwegian brown cheese, making the uncomfortable comfortable, and her husband, Rob.

  • Donteh Devoe - My Best Friend
    Arctic Entries
    09:15
    412

    Growing up in Anchorage, Donteh was exposed to criminal activity and drug addiction at an early age. Soon he became addicted to the fast life, and making money was his mission. After his second prison term, he began to understand his potential and worth. He is now the author of a treatment manual entitled From Hustling to Healing which highlights overcoming the addiction to a criminal lifestyle. He has been featured on numerous news outlets for his continued involvement in positive community efforts, which include reentry housing and mentoring youth through public activities. He is an entrepreneur with a passion to encourage and inspire, seeking to continually motivate, change, and redirect the lives of men and women alike. He is now a man of faith about his Father’s Business.

  • Adam Selbst: Acting Like Prey
    The Story Collider
    13:44
    Storytelling
    0

    Adam Selbst competes with tigers for the attention of his mother.* Adam Selbst is a writer and graphic designer from Williamsburg, Brooklyn. He hosts the monthly Big Irv’s Storytelling Roadshow and has been performing around NYC for the last 8 years. Adam lives in a bodega art collective with 64 other people and in his spare time he enjoys being slowly poisoned by an ancient, weird mold in his shower and throwing elaborate dinner parties. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on November 15, 2019, in an episode titled “Wild: Stories about humans and animals coexisting”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/11/11/wild-stories-about-humans-and-animals-coexisting

  • Devon Kodzis: Freaky Little Frog Ears
    The Story Collider
    13:44
    Storytelling
    0

    Zoology student Devon Kodzis's strategy of attracting boys with fun animal facts proves difficult. Devon Kodzis has a degree in biological sciences and professional experience in teaching, animal training, and education outreach, and science program design. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Biological Sciences. Her passions include reading about food, and shouting at the Antiques Roadshow with her cat. This story originally aired on The Story Collider’s podcast on November 1, 2019, in an episode titled “Crushes: Stories about scientists in love”. Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2019/10/28/crushes-stories-about-scientists-in-love