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  • Ma consommation en société
    ARTE Radio
    11:53
    Storytelling
    1,322

    Pendant la semaine, Adèle et ses amis étudient, travaillent et mangent cinq fruits et légumes par jour. Le week-end, ils se défoulent dans des soirées dansantes où la drogue est très répandue. Une consommation de cocaïne et MDMA festive, plus ou moins contrôlée, pas toujours assumée. Entre insouciance et peur de l'addiction, Adèle et ses potes, 25 ans, racontent les bonheurs et les doutes des amateurs de produits. Fêtards ou dépendants ? Ce podcast a été élaboré dans le cadre de la formation libre de narration radiophonique "Transmission", complété et finalisé à ARTE Radio. Enregistrements : mai-août 18, avril 19 - Mise en ondes & mix : Arnaud Forest - Réalisation : Adèle Poisson

  • Plaisir d'offrir (5/5) : On ne fait pas d'omelette
    ARTE Radio
    19:32
    Storytelling
    1,033

    Plaisir d'offrir (5/5) : On ne fait pas d'omelette Klaire commence le processus de stimulation hormonale à base de piqûres quotidiennes. Elle cumule les effets secondaires, les examens et les coups de blues : est-ce que ça va marcher ? Ou est-ce que tout va foirer, et qu’une anonyme sera privée de bébé à cause d’une sombre histoire d’injection dans les WC ? Un beau jour, l’auteure radio Klaire fait Grr (prix Italia et prix du Podcast 2018 pour sa fiction « Mon prince viendra ») décide de donner ses ovocytes. Pour crâner à la cantine, et parce que des milliers de femmes attendent ce don dans l’espoir d’un enfant. Commence alors un parcours de la combattante, entre consultations à l’hôpital, effroi de sa mère et doutes dans son couple. Une enquête aux pays des gamètes, un podcast hilarant et touchant, enlevé comme un cartoon sonore. Enregistrement : 2018-19 - Texte, voix, réalisation : Klaire fait Grr - Prises de son additionnelles : Élodie Font - Réalisation & mix : Samuel Hirsch - Illustration : Pauline Aubry

  • Blanquer Academy
    ARTE Radio
    06:33
    Actualités & politique
    994

    Cette semaine après avoir débranché Vincent Lambert, Livo essaie de comprendre la loi Blanquer, de déjouer les bobards et qui raconte des bobards. Il appelle aussi Anne-Laure Barra de France Info, qui commente la note que lui a attribué Monsanto et termine par quelques exercices d'orthophonie. Dépêche !, le podcast qui bêle l'actualité. À retrouver aussi sur la chaîne YouTube ARTE Radio. Enregistrements : 9-10-11-13 mai - Mix : Charlie Marcelet - Réalisation : Olivier Minot

  • A Walk In The Woods (Part 1 of 2)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    drama
    301

    An idealistic American diplomat locks horns with a mercurial negotiator during a series of conversations in the woods outside Geneva. As their mutual friendship and understanding deepens, an awareness that their work may ultimately be pointless casts a shadow over their hopes to attain a lasting peace. Includes a post-play discussion with playwright Lee Blessing and UCLA Political Science professor Richard Anderson. Lead funding for A Walk in the Woods is generously provided by the John Logan Foundation. Directed by Cameron Watson Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Alfred Molina as Andrey Botvinnik Steven Weber as John Honeyman Associate Artistic Director, Anna Lyse Erikson. Recording Engineer, Sound Designer and Mixer, Mark Holden for The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood. Senior Radio Producer, Ronn Lipkin. Production Manager, Rick V. Moreno. Script Supervisor, Daniel Trostler. Editor, Julian Nicholson.

  • Snap #1013 - Who's Your Mama Pt1 - Jen Kober "Waffle Woke" Live
    Snap Judgment
    30:58
    Storytelling
    5,526

    Comic Jen Kober tells the story of the mother she never expected to find, on a journey she never expected to take.

  • Snap #1014 - Who's Your Mama Pt 2 "Nose Job"
    Snap Judgment
    23:06
    Storytelling
    3,604

    When Roderick turns 18, he gets a special gift from his mom... for the one thing about him, she does not love. Sound Design & Score: Leon Morimoto Produced: Shaina Shealy, Mark Oppenheimer and the team at Unorthodox.

  • A Walk In The Woods (Part 2 of 2)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    drama
    0

    An idealistic American diplomat locks horns with a mercurial negotiator during a series of conversations in the woods outside Geneva. As their mutual friendship and understanding deepens, an awareness that their work may ultimately be pointless casts a shadow over their hopes to attain a lasting peace. Includes a post-play discussion with playwright Lee Blessing and UCLA Political Science professor Richard Anderson. Lead funding for A Walk in the Woods is generously provided by the John Logan Foundation. Directed by Cameron Watson Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Alfred Molina as Andrey Botvinnik Steven Weber as John Honeyman Associate Artistic Director, Anna Lyse Erikson. Recording Engineer, Sound Designer and Mixer, Mark Holden for The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood. Senior Radio Producer, Ronn Lipkin. Production Manager, Rick V. Moreno. Script Supervisor, Daniel Trostler. Editor, Julian Nicholson.

  • #166 - S. Song 9: The Enemy of My Enemy...
    The History of China
    30:23
    314

    The Jin Empire is all at once ripped apart from 4 different directions all at once: Shandong rebels from the east, Khitan from the northeast, Mongols from the northwest, and Tanguts from the West. So they decide to go the only direction left… and invade Southern Song. Time Period Covered: 1208-1217 CE Relevant Historical Figures: Song: Emperor Ningzong Chancellor Shi Miyuan Minister Zhen Dexiu Jin: Prince Wei Emperor Xuanzong Commander Hesheli Zhizhong Councilor Zhuhele Guoleqi Mongol: Genghis Khan Red Jacket Rebels: Yang the Saddler Khitan: Yelu Liuge, puppet-Emperor of Liao Dazhen Kingdom: Heavenly King Puxian Wannu

  • #132: What if you were kept from the one you loved most?
    ThisIsActuallyHappening
    32:21
    Storytelling
    1,387

    “It’s interesting always having this void, knowing that you have something so wonderful that could love you so much and you could love so much that exists out there.” Producer: Whit Missildine Editor: Nigel Coutinho You can now find new and archival episodes of This Is Actually Happening completely ad-free, on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY. thisisactuallyhappening.com Instagram: @actuallyhappening Episode Sponsors: Ancestry. www.ancestry.com/happening Daily Harvest. www.daily-harvest.com promo code: HAPPENING Intro Music: "Illabye" - Tipper Ambient themes by Nigel Coutinho Outro Music: "The Moon is Down" - El Diablo & Adam Schraft (Rojo y Negro) @eldiablosf @rojo-y-negro www.eldiablobass.com/

  • HS #107 A Mother's Worry
    Homemade Stories
    17:13
    Storytelling
    62

    I'm a Mama's Boy, but a reluctant Mama's Boy who pulled away a lot when I was young. There was a need to create space from Mama, but that never meant closing her out. This is that story. I love you Ma!

  • Afl. 198 Sprookjes: Irene van der Aart
    Echt Gebeurd
    13:36
    231

    Er was eens een sprookjespark in Brabant. Nee, niet de Efteling, het Land van Ooit! Irene van der Aart kon er van rollen spelen haar werk maken.

  • The Trauma Cleaner - Sarah Krasnostein - Wellcome Book Prize Shortlist 2019
    5x15
    13:55
    579

    Sarah Krasnostein is a writer and a legal researcher with a doctorate in criminal law. She was born in America, studied in Melbourne, Australia, and has lived and worked in both countries. Her first book, The Trauma Cleaner, won the Victorian Prize for Literature and the Prize for Non-Fiction in the 2018 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards as well as the Australian Book Industry Award for General Non-Fiction. She lives in Melbourne and spends part of the year working in New York City. The Trauma Cleaner charts the extraordinary Sandra Pankhurst bringing order and care to the living and the dead, in her role as a trauma cleaner. A compelling story of a fascinating life, and an affirmation that, as isolated as we may feel, we are all in this together. Recorded live at Wilton's Music Hall London in April 2019 at a special event celebrating the Wellcome Book Prize Shortlist 2019. The Wellcome Book Prize is an annual award, open to new works of fiction or non-fiction. To be eligible for entry, a book should have a central theme that engages with some aspect of medicine, health or illness. 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: 5x15stories.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/5x15stories Facebook: www.facebook.com/5x15stories Instagram: www.instagram.com/5x15stories ‏

  • HS #104 1985 AJ1 Original OG
    Homemade Stories
    20:23
    Storytelling
    56

    It's 1985 and every person who loves basketball wants one pair of shoes - the original Air Jordans. A story about my journey to the prize. Thanks to Grandma Mary. This is a rebroadcast with new intro/outro.

  • HS #105 A Kinda Beauty
    Homemade Stories
    13:22
    Storytelling
    53

    Raymond Christian tells a short visual story of the horrible beauty of war. A true soldier's story with drum solo accompaniment.

  • HS #106 Three Homes
    Homemade Stories
    16:32
    Storytelling
    51

    Most of us have a place (or places) we've considered home at one time. I had three homes growing up. I remember each of them well.

  • Mythologizing (full Episode)
    State of the Human
    39:10
    Storytelling
    24

    In this episode, we search for myths in the modern world. We ask-- where are monsters hiding, and who created them? What do the myths we circulate say about ourselves? Producers: Claudia Heymach, Morgan Canaan, Sophie McNulty, Ben Schwartz, Jett Hayward, Michaela Elias, Christy Hartman, Jake Warga, Jenny March Music:

  • Homemade Stories 2019 Update
    Homemade Stories
    03:54
    Storytelling
    51

    Highlighting upcoming stories and the 2019 campaign. Go to shannoncason.com to be a part of it all. Support good stories!

  • HS #103 Hair Capital of the World
    Homemade Stories
    13:57
    Storytelling
    51

    My dad did business in Detroit's hair salons, and I followed behind carrying his briefcase. WDET asked me to highlight Detroit's black hair community in a piece for WDET's Framed By series. Give a listen. More at framedbywdet.org

  • Behind the Lens, Outside the Walls
    Soundings from Stanford
    29:50
    Storytelling
    28

    While working in Entebbe, Uganda for two months, Dylan befriends a group of musicians and creates a music video for a rapper named Ben. Join Dylan as his personal identity and perceptions about Entebbe are challenged, nuanced, and shaped through the creation of the music video. Producer: ​Dylan Junkin Special thanks to Rahul Benno Music: HIlls and Valleys by Buju Banton, The Road is Rough by Jimmy London, Right Right Time by Johnny Osbourne, Do Good by F. Stewart, Kyarenga by H.E. Bobi Wine, Skonto by Fic Fameica,

  • Dance in America
    Selected Shorts
    01:06:33
    Storytelling
    274