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  • Beatmakers S2 (4/10) : Guillaume Brière pour OrelSan
    ARTE Radio
    32:18
    Hip-hop & Rap
    863

    Quand OrelSan lui envoie un refrain a cappella, Guillaume Brière l’habille d’une orchestration rappelant fortement « Pastime paradise » de Stevie Wonder. En 2019, a-t-on encore le droit de reprendre ce genre de classiques déjà samplés et rejoués mille fois par les rappeurs depuis les années 90 ? Le producteur plaide non coupable et assume sa passion pour la soul music. Dans son studio de Reims, il explique aussi l’importance de sa rencontre avec le pionnier de la french touch Philippe Zdar (Cassius), pas encore disparu lors de cette interview, et son amitié avec Orelsan, le rappeur ayant patienté pendant un an afin qu’il sorte de l’hôpital pour finir « Paradis » avec lui. Discographie de Guillaume Brière : discogs.com/fr/artist/732552-Guillaume-Brière Autres extraits dans l’épisode : - Primal Scream : « Movie’ On Up » - Kendrick Lamar : « Element » - Phoenix : « 1901 » - Coolio : « Gangsta's Paradise » Dans cette deuxième saison, dix nouveaux producteurs français (King Doudou, Laurent Garnier, Trackbastardz, Don Nodey...) racontent le « making of » de leur plus grand tube. En partenariat avec Clique.tv Enregistrements : 2018 - Auteurs : David Commeillas, Samuel Hirsch - Réalisation : Samuel Hirsch - Illustration : Marine Stéphan

  • Respawn - Full Episode
    Snap Judgment
    49:04
    Storytelling
    4,358

    A teenage hacker inspired by “Mr. Robot” takes on his principal, teachers, and the Board of Education. And a night-shift doctor shares a story of life after death. Season 10 Episode 19

  • Look Back In Anger (Part One of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    Theater
    0

    Jimmy Porter barely ekes out a living running a candy stall by day and playing jazz trumpet by night. Although he usually takes his frustrations out on his emotionless wife, Jimmy's scathing tongue and self-loathing seems destined to destroy everything. Set in the UK at the dawn of the 60's social unrest, John Osborne's savage morality tale spawned the phrase "angry young man.” Original music performed by Elliott Caine on the trumpet. Includes an interview with Dan Rebellato, author of "1956 and All That: The Making of Modern British Drama." Recorded in Los Angeles before a live audience at The James Bridges Theater, UCLA in March 2012. Directed by Rosalind Ayres Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Steven Brand as Cliff Moira Quirk as Alison Simon Templeman as Jimmy James Warwick as Colonel Redhorn Joanne Whalley as Helena

  • The Lazarus Effect
    Snap Judgment
    09:40
    Storytelling
    3,160

    A night-shift doctor shares a story of life after death. This story comes to us from the podcast, The Nocturnists (http://thenocturnists.com/podcast) and was performed live. Special thanks to: Emily Silverman, Ana Adlerstein, Ali Block, Adelaide Papazolou, Marina Poole, and the storyteller, Joe Sills Season 10 Episode 19

  • Look Back In Anger (Part Two of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    Theater
    0

    Jimmy Porter barely ekes out a living running a candy stall by day and playing jazz trumpet by night. Although he usually takes his frustrations out on his emotionless wife, Jimmy's scathing tongue and self-loathing seems destined to destroy everything. Set in the UK at the dawn of the 60's social unrest, John Osborne's savage morality tale spawned the phrase "angry young man.” Original music performed by Elliott Caine on the trumpet. Includes an interview with Dan Rebellato, author of "1956 and All That: The Making of Modern British Drama." Recorded in Los Angeles before a live audience at The James Bridges Theater, UCLA in March 2012. Directed by Rosalind Ayres Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Steven Brand as Cliff Moira Quirk as Alison Simon Templeman as Jimmy James Warwick as Colonel Redhorn Joanne Whalley as Helena

  • Beatmakers S2 (3/10) : TrackBastardz pour Damso
    ARTE Radio
    30:50
    Hip-hop & Rap
    816

    D’abord, un orgue B3 à la Deep Purple. Ensuite, des skanks reggae et une flûte digne des musiques de westerns d’Ennio Morricone. Enfin, un gimmick sonore ayant fait le succès du "Clandestino" de Manu Chao. Fidèles à leur réputation, les TrackBastardz agencent un spectre très large d’influences pour concocter un instrumental d’une richesse rare. Leur son digital sonne presque acoustique, et le rap de Damso se transforme en chant urbain sur le très sulfureux "Julien". D’ailleurs, question subsidiaire : accepteriez-vous de signer la musique d’un titre dont les paroles racontent la vie d'un pédophile ? Les TrackBastardz répondent pour "Beatmakers"… SoundCloud des TrackBastardz : soundcloud.com/trackbastardz Autres extraits dans l’épisode : - Manu Chao : « Je ne t’aime plus » - Jok’air : « La mélodie des quartiers pauvres » - Migos : « Stir fy » - Deep Purple : « Child in time » Dans cette deuxième saison, dix nouveaux producteurs français (King Doudou, Laurent Garnier, Trackbastardz, Don Nodey...) racontent le « making of » de leur plus grand tube. En partenariat avec Clique.tv Enregistrements : 2018 - Auteurs : David Commeillas, Samuel Hirsch - Réalisation : Samuel Hirsch - Illustration : Marine Stéphan

  • Code Yellow
    Snap Judgment
    33:31
    Storytelling
    2,729

    Game is NOT over...get ready to respawn! A teenage hacker inspired by “Mr. Robot” takes on his principal, teachers, and the Board of Education. This piece was adapted from the podcast, Darknet Diaries (https://darknetdiaries.com). Produced by: Jack Rhysider & Nancy Lopez Sound Design: Renzo Gorrio Season 10 Episode 19

  • Afl. 207 Via internet: Alex Ploeg
    Echt Gebeurd
    14:36
    137

    Het is 1998 en brugklasser Alex Ploeg maakt een emailadres aan. Blijkt dat zijn emailadres al aan iemand anders toebehoort.

  • A Room with a View (Part One of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:01
    Audiobooks
    0

    In this original adaptation of E.M. Forster's novel, an encounter in Florence and an offer to exchange rooms brings George Emerson to the attention of Lucy Honeychurch. Their flirtation is cut short by Lucy's chaperone, but when they meet again back home in England, Lucy must negotiate the demands of her station with the desires of her heart. Includes an interview with actor Julian Sands. Recorded before an audience at the UCLA James Bridges Theater in March 2019. Adapted and directed by Kate McAll Producing Director: Susan Albert Loewenberg Rosalind Ayres as Charlotte Bartlett Edita Brychta as Mrs. Honeychurch, Miss Lavish, Signora, Maid Alastair James Murden as Freddy Honeychurch, Man 4, Italian Driver, Guide in Church Moira Quirk as Charlotte Alan, Miss Teresa Alan, Persephone Darren Richardson as Reverend Mr. Beebe, Sir Harry Otway, Shopkeeper, Man 1 Julian Sands as Mr. Emerson Sr, Man 2 Eugene Simon as George Emerson Eleanor Tomlinson as Lucy Honeychurch Matthew Wolf as Cecil Vyse, Man 3

  • Bébé dedans
    ARTE Radio
    03:22
    Electro
    1,461

    Enfin la version "extended disco mix" de la chanson extraite de "Mental FM", le podcast de Victoire Tuaillon sur les voix dans sa tête. Journaliste spécialiste des masculinités, Victoire Tuaillon anime chez Binge Audio le podcast "Les couilles sur la table", prix du podcast de conversation au Paris Podcast Festival 2018. Elle a écrit pour ARTE Radio "Mental FM", une (auto)fiction vive et drôle sur les voix qu'on a tous dans la tête. Du lever au coucher, ce sont comme des radios branchées en permanence sur nos envies pressantes, nos paniques intimes, nos culpabilités, nos désirs... Un texte superbement mis en voix par Charlotte Duran et en sons par Arnaud Forest, avec ce tube électro "Bébé dedans". La fiction "Mental FM" a obtenu le Best drama Argent au Grand Prix Nova 2019 de la fiction radio à Bucarest (Roumanie). Texte : Victoire Tuaillon - Voix : Charlotte Duran - Réalisation et musique originale : Arnaud Forest - Illustration : Maïc Batmane

  • A Room with a View (Part Two of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:01
    Audiobooks
    0

    In this original adaptation of E.M. Forster's novel, an encounter in Florence and an offer to exchange rooms brings George Emerson to the attention of Lucy Honeychurch. Their flirtation is cut short by Lucy's chaperone, but when they meet again back home in England, Lucy must negotiate the demands of her station with the desires of her heart. Recorded before an audience at the UCLA James Bridges Theater in March 2019. Adapted and directed by Kate McAll Producing Director: Susan Albert Loewenberg Rosalind Ayres as Charlotte Bartlett Edita Brychta as Mrs. Honeychurch, Miss Lavish, Signora, Maid Alastair James Murden as Freddy Honeychurch, Man 4, Italian Driver, Guide in Church Moira Quirk as Charlotte Alan, Miss Teresa Alan, Persephone Darren Richardson as Reverend Mr. Beebe, Sir Harry Otway, Shopkeeper, Man 1 Julian Sands as Mr. Emerson Sr, Man 2 Eugene Simon as George Emerson Eleanor Tomlinson as Lucy Honeychurch Matthew Wolf as Cecil Vyse, Man 3

  • HS #109 Four Twenty
    Homemade Stories
    16:27
    Storytelling
    57

    I'm slow. I take my time. A late bloomer. I try things when I'm good and damn ready, and I'm glad I finally got around to trying this one thing out.

  • HS #108 Me, My Uncle, & My Tape Recorder
    Homemade Stories
    17:39
    Storytelling
    54

    Uncles are unique family members. They are the substitute teachers of the family. When they close the classroom door, you can do whatever you want within reason. They care just the right amount for you to be yourself around them. This episode is me, my Uncle Nate, and my tape recorder.

  • #169 - S. Song 12: Instant Regret
    The History of China
    36:55
    449

    Just off of the heady victory over the Jin Dynasty with their new BFFs, the Mongols, a first-in-a-century visit to the Imperial Tombs gives the Song court a brilliant idea - what if we just took them back without asking? What's the worst that could happen? Time Period Covered: 1234-1241 CE Major Historical Figures: Song Dynasty: Emperor Lizong Chancellor Zheng Qingzhi Chancellor Shi Miyuan [d. 1233] General Zhao Kui General Quan Zicai Mongol Khanate: Ögedei Khaghan Töregene Khatun Prince Khödan Prince Khöchu Ambassador Wang Qi

  • Seeking Love
    Selected Shorts
    59:07
    Storytelling
    165

    Guest host Sonia Manzano presents stories about modern love from a show at Symphony Space hosted by the doyen of personal relationships, therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer. First is a selection of posts to the dating site OK Cupid read by Giullian Yao Gioiello and Colby Minifie. Next, Jill Eikenberry reads “Ad” by Elizabeth Crane. Finally, real life couple Becky Ann Baker and Dylan Baker perform the two characters in Andrea Barrett's "The Littoral Zone."

  • Undocumented immigrants are tethered to ICE, and private companies: 70 million
    Making Contact
    29:29
    News & Politics
    25

    Like this program? Please show us the love. Click here ow.ly/oSpU30hHCXp and support our non-profit journalism. Thanks! A handful of companies are making millions off of ankle monitors strapped to undocumented immigrants in ICE custody. The makers pitch the monitors as an alternative to being jailed, but are they simply another form of bondage? Our colleagues at 70 Million podcast's Reporter Ryan Katz looks at what life is life while wearing one of these monitors. He untangles the complicated web of ICE, immigration bail agent companies, and the attorneys fighting them.

  • Laugh or Cry with Guest Host David Sedaris
    Selected Shorts
    59:07
    Audiobooks
    274

    Guest host David Sedaris presents two ruefully funny stories. Dorothy Parker skewers a boozy, possessive mother in "I Live on Your Visits," read by Celeste Holm. Then, a country wedding becomes a comedy of errors in Arthur Bradford's "Snakebite," read by John Benjamin Hickey.

  • Afl. 206 Alleen: Merel Steinweg
    Echt Gebeurd
    13:27
    360

    Merel Steinweg is wereldkampioen roeien, maar dat zou je niet zeggen als je haar ziet bij haar eerste training op de Ohio State University.

  • Beatmakers S2 (2/10) : Laurent Garnier
    ARTE Radio
    26:29
    Electro
    1,711

    Entre transe et amertume, euphorie et désespoir, Laurent Garnier nourrit ses machines de sentiments humains intenses. Le DJ français est aussi généreux aux platines que lorsqu’il s’agit de parler musique, et pas seulement celle de Carl Graig ou du label Transmat par exemple. Pionnier de l’electro en France, icone des clubs internationaux, l’adolescent qui rêvait de faire danser les gens est toujours dans le coup après 30 ans de carrière, comme le prouve ce single de 2018, « Jacques In The Box ». Avec son complice Scan X du LBS crew, ils décomposent ensemble chaque ingrédient de leur recette avec la précision des grands chefs. Autres extraits dans l’épisode : - Carl Craig : « Goodbye World » - Dream Frequency featuring Debbie Sharp : « Feel So Real » - Laurent Garnier « First reaction » - DJ Medhi : « Tunisia Bambata » Dans cette deuxième saison, dix nouveaux producteurs français (King Doudou, Laurent Garnier, Trackbastardz, Don Nodey...) racontent le « making of » de leur plus grand tube. En partenariat avec Clique.tv Enregistrements : 2018 - Auteurs : David Commeillas, Samuel Hirsch - Réalisation : Samuel Hirsch - Illustration : Marine Stéphan

  • EP24 – How to Create Great Content
    tmprod
    17:59
    Business
    5

    In this week's episode, Morgan and Jailyn discuss tips and strategies behind creating valuable website content for businesses. Mentioned: https://neilpatel.com/blog/ingredients-of-great-content/