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  • Mon travail ne sert à rien
    ARTE Radio
    20:29
    Storytelling
    1,786

    Aurore conçoit des publicités sur le web pour des banques ou des marques de luxe. Au début, les paillettes du CDI et des tickets restos lui suffisent. Mais très vite, elle se demande pourquoi, après avoir dépensé 30 000 euros dans une école de commerce avec l'espoir d'une bonne carrière , elle se pose autant de questions sur le sens de son travail. Et puis, un jour, elle découvre l'existence du "bullshit job" ou "job à la con". Un bullshit job, pour Jean-Laurent Cassely, journaliste et auteur du livre "La révolte des premiers de la classe", c'est un métier qu'on ne peut pas expliquer à sa grand-mère. Chef de projet, community manager, responsable marketing... Tous ces nouveaux boulots, valorisés socialement, mais dont l'impact sur la société est nul ou négatif. Et donnent à ceux qui les occupent un fort sentiment d'inutilité. Elle enquête sur ce phénomène et rencontre celles et ceux qui pensent être plus utiles à boire des cafés au bar du coin plutôt que de passer leur journée à "bullshiter". Enregistrements : janvier, février, septembre 18 - Mise en ondes et mix : Arnaud Forest - Réalisation : Aurore Le Bihan

  • S04 E08 - What a MASTER INTERROGATOR can teach you about Love
    loveumentary
    01:01:40
    22

    Dale Reeves has worked over 1,500 cases as an interrogator, and has a 100% confession rate. He worked 2 cases where he had to return to his client and report, "The people I interviewed are not guilty." In both cases, the client came back to him and told him that the money/merchandise that was reported missing was due to error, and there was in fact, no crime at all. Dale is a master of interpersonal communication, and human relationships. He handles high-conflict, high-stress, high-emotion conversations every day. In this interview he'll talk about: Three things to NEVER do in a conversation if you want to create connection What he does to prepare for his interrogations that will help you see your partner/loved one in a completely different light, and change the way you engage with them in the conversation. How to GIVE your partner values and virtues they may not currently possess

  • Rosamund Pike & Rosie Boycott - A Private War
    5x15
    21:31
    649

    Rosamund Pike is an Academy Award and BAFTA nominee who has earned international acclaim for both her stage and film roles. Here she discusses her latest role, playing the legendary war reporter Marie Colvin who was killed in Homs in 2012, in A Private War directed by Matt Heineman. Rosamund was nominated for a Golden Globe in the ‘Best Actress, Drama’ category for her performance in A Private War. She is in conversation with Rosie Boycott co-founder of 5x15. Rosamund Pike is perhaps best known for her lead role in the hugely successful Gone Girl, in which she played Amy Dunne, opposite Ben Affleck. Rosamund has most recently been seen in Scott Cooper’s Hostiles, José Padilha’s Entebbe and Brad Anderson’s Beirut opposite Jon Hamm. Last year, Rosamund starred in The Human Voice, an adaptation from the play by Jean Cocteau. As well as featuring in Watership Down as The Black Rabbit of Inlé, Rosamund recently wrapped Radioactive, playing Marie Curie, exploring the life of the iconic scientist, and will also soon star in State of the Union, a ten-part series directed by Stephen Frears and written by Nick Hornby. Recorded at The Tabernacle in London on 21st January 2019. 5x15 brings together outstanding individuals to tell of their lives, passions and inspirations. Learn more about 5x15 events: 5x15stories.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/5x15stories Facebook: www.facebook.com/5x15stories Instagram: www.instagram.com/5x15stories

  • Afl. 181 Vrienden: Xi Zeng
    Echt Gebeurd
    12:39
    675

    De Chinese studente Xi Zeng beleeft een Hollandse winternacht met een Indiase baggersysteemontwerpster.

  • Un podcast à soi (n°14) : Vieilles, et alors ?
    ARTE Radio
    01:01:27
    Storytelling
    5,690

    Pourquoi des hommes de 50 ans se sentent incapables d'aimer des femmes de leurs âge ? Pourquoi beaucoup d'entre eux quittent leurs femmes pour des plus jeunes ? Pourquoi, alors que plus je vieillis, plus je me sens sereine, emplie de joie, de désirs, de force, je me suis écroulée à la vue de mon premier cheveu blanc ? Au delà de la peur de la mort et du temps qui passe, qu'est-ce que la vieillesse révèle des normes de genre ? Et comment lutter ensemble contre les injonctions jeunistes et sexistes de notre société ? Deux collectifs, les "Ménopause rebelle" à Marseille et les "Fouffe qui peut" en Ariège, réfléchissent à des moyens collectifs de lutter contre le jeunisme et le sexisme. De prendre de la force ensemble après de nombreuses attaques âgistes. On échange aussi sur la ménopause, ses tabous et ses alternatives. On analyse la façon différente de voir le corps des femmes et des hommes vieillissants. Les femmes ont-elles le droit de vieillir ? La vieillesse révèle des normes de genre. Elle est une question politique et sociale bien souvent passée sous silence. Avec :  -Les collectifs « Ménopause rebelle » et « Fouffe qui peut » -Juliette Rennes, sociologue, maîtresse de conférence à l'EHESS Autrice de l'article « Le corps des vieilles »  - Rose-Marie Lagrave, sociologue, directrice d'étude à l'EHESS  Autrice de l'article « Réenchanter la vieillesse »  - Cécile Charlap, sociologue, attachée temporaire à l'université de Lille 3  Autrice d'une thèse « La fabrique de la Ménopause »  Lectures par Estelle Clément Béalem: - « Best Love Rosie » de Nuala O'Faolain  -  « Ménop’pose re-Belle  » de Muriel des « Ménopause rebelle » - «  Les mandarins » de Simone de Beauvoir  - « Prière d'insérer» d'Hélène Cixous  - « Ms Dalloway  » et « Les vagues » de Virginia Woolf  Pour prolonger l'écoute : - Le chapitre "L'ivresse des cimes, briser l'image de la "vieille peau" dans Sorcières, de Mona Chollet  - « Vieillir dit-elle » de Martine-Boyer Weinmann  - «  La touche étoile » de Benoilte Groult  - «Thérèse Clerc, Antigone aux cheveux blancs » de Danielle Michel-Chich  - « Maintenant que j'ai 50 ans » de Bulbul Sharma  - Le film « L'art de Vieillir » de Jean-Luc Raynaud  - « Sorcières mes sœurs » de Camille Ducelier  - « La ménopause » de Stella Pire  - « Prohibition » de Brigitte Fontaine  - « Senior » de Catherine Ringer  - « Que tal ? » de Juliette  Remerciements : Sara Monimart, Jean-Luc Raynaud, Camille Ducelier, Stella Pire, La librairie Violette and Co Enregistrements : décembre 2018 - Prise de son, montage, textes et voix : Charlotte Bienaimé - Réalisation et musique originale : Arnaud Forest - Lectures : Estelle Clément Béalem - Accompagnement éditorial : Noémie Sanquer - Illustrations : Anna Wanda Gogusey.

  • HBM110: Big Numbers
    Here Be Monsters
    26:21
    Storytelling
    0

    Jeff explains why numbers are like telescopes. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • Lettre à France
    ARTE Radio
    06:27
    Actualités & politique
    1,376

    Cette semaine, Livo lit la lettre de Macron à la France, déclare un rassemblement à la préfecture et lance le grand débat national... dans la rue. "Drôle, impertinente, nourrie de rencontres dans la rue, mais aussi d’investigation, cette revue de presse-là dépoussière résolument le genre (...) A coups d’appels téléphoniques et de questions faussement innocentes, il rend saillants les problèmes de fond masqués par les gros titres, et déniche les articles fouillés derrière le bruit médiatique (...) Un "shot" d’actu bourré d’humour noir." (Télérama, décembre 2018) Dépêche !, le podcast qui sonde l'actualité. À retrouver aussi sur la chaîne YouTube ARTE Radio. Enregistrements : 12-14 janvier 19 - Mix : Charlie Marcelet - Réalisation : Olivier Minot

  • Trudell on violation of Native American rights
    Narratively
    01:56
    1,417

    In this excerpt from Radio Free Alcatraz, John Trudell documents the government’s brazen violations of Native American rights and explains what changes are necessary before honest negotiations can begin.

  • The poetry pharmacy - William Sieghart
    5x15
    16:16
    632

    The Poetry Pharmacy is William Sieghart's best-selling book bringing together tried-and-true prescriptions for the heart, mind and soul. He has taken his Poetry Pharmacy around the length and breadth of Britain, into the pages of the Guardian onto BBC Radio 4 and onto the television. His pocket-sized book presents the most essential poems in his dispensary: those which, again and again, have really shown themselves to work, whether you are suffering from loneliness, lack of courage, heartbreak, hopelessness, or even from an excess of ego. William Sieghart is a philanthropist and publisher. He is the founder of National Poetry Day, the Forward Poetry Prize, the Big Arts Week, Bedtime Reading Week and co-founded StreetSmart: Action for the Homeless in 1998. In 2012, he edited a collection of British poems called Winning Words: Inspiring Poems for Everyday Life, to tie in with the London Olympics. Recorded at The Tabernacle on 21st January 2019. 5x15 brings together five 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: www.5x15stories.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/5x15stories Facebook: www.facebook.com/5x15stories Instagram: www.instagram.com/5x15stories

  • GBA Extra - Permanent Resolution
    Getting Better Acquainted
    58:30
    Monologue
    844

    In the final (for now) Getting Better Acquainted Extra I continue the tradition of beginning the new year with a round up of how the last year panned out for me, I consider the impact making this show has had on my life, what kinds of things you might find on your GBA feed in the future, and the distance between who I was in 2011 and who I am now in 2019. Getting Better Acquainted is now 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: Sofie Hagen on GBA: https://soundcloud.com/gettingbetteracquainted/gba-335-sofie-hagen 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 talk I gave at the London Podcast Festival: https://soundcloud.com/gettingbetteracquainted/gba-extra-passion-projects-the-london-podcast-festival The 2018 Christmas Special: https://soundcloud.com/gettingbetteracquainted/gba-350-the-last-christmas I plug: Mansplaining Masculinity: The Book https://unbound.com/books/mansplaining-masculinity/ 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/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thefamilytreepodcast Down to a sunless sea: https://medium.com/@goosefat101/down-to-a-sunless-sea-memories-of-my-dad-604a239b7501

  • Dangerously Funny: George Saunders & Carrie Brownstein
    Selected Shorts
    58:51
    Storytelling
    733
  • Joanne Singleton - Dream, Believe, Achieve
    Arctic Entries
    06:40
    619

    Joanne is originally from Scotland and finds Alaska is quite similar...except for all the snow, the vastness of the landscape, bears, earthquakes, and volcanoes!!!! Okay so both places are very green in the summer and the people are great. She especially loves that in Alaska, people are okay when she gets super excited about snow!

  • Introduction to Radio Free Alcatraz
    Narratively
    01:57
    755
  • Trudell reading Grandmother Moon
    Narratively
    01:52
    576
  • Anne M. Gore - The Little Kids
    Arctic Entries
    07:32
    621

    Born & raised in Ketchikan, Anne can trace her family roots back to Captain John Gore, who sailed to Alaska with Captain Cook aboard the HMS Resolution in 1778. She has 2 teenage sons who she loves madly but who are slowly driving her crazy.

  • Carter Brubaker - Minnesota Moon
    Arctic Entries
    07:35
    476

    Carter Brubaker is 15 years old and is a freshman at the Service High School Seminar School. In his free time, he enjoys playing guitar, nordic skiing with Alaska Winter Stars and ski jumping.

  • Trudell with Silbowitz
    Narratively
    01:37
    475
  • One High School, Two Walkouts
    WBEZ Award Submissions
    08:20
    6

    After Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and killed, students at Marshall High School on the West Side walked out in protest. Rev. Donald McFadden was one of them. He sat down with Damontae Warren, who was part of a walkout to protest gun violence at the same school this past March. Reported by Sarah Karp, edited by Cate Cahan, audio production by Joe DeCeault.

  • Alisa Elliott Rector - Backcountry Extravaganza
    Arctic Entries
    07:12
    411

    A lifelong Alaskan with wanderlust, Alisa is both shocked and thrilled to be setting her roots in her hometown of Anchorage after 31 years away. She most recently has been a Palmer girl for the past 17 years, with a short interlude on the Big Island. She is a mom of 2 sweet boys, and lucky in love with her husband Todd. Alisa works as a pediatric occupational therapist where she strives to help kids feel comfortable, confident, and in touch with their own super powers.

  • The Other Secret Weapon
    Snap Judgment
    23:56
    Storytelling
    7,930

    A young man has the chance to work on a very secret, very powerful weapon that could put an end to world war II. The project involves no toxins, no chemicals, no shrapnel and no bullets. Instead, the project involves lots and lots of flying mammals. Lots. Producer: John Fecile