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  • Un podcast à soi (n°12) : Les femmes sont-elles des hommes comme les autres ?
    ARTE Radio
    01:04:30
    Storytelling
    2,920

    « On ne naît pas femme, on le devient » ... « Oui, d'accord Simone, mais il ne faut pas être extrémiste, les hormones sont importantes, non ? Les femmes ont moins de muscles. Et surtout, elles mettent les enfants au monde. Et puis, à la Préhistoire, elles restaient dans la grotte avec les petits. Les femmes et les hommes sont différents ». Nous entendons souvent ces phrases lors d'un dîner en famille, ou entre amis, pour clore le débat et légitimer les inégalités entre les hommes et les femmes. Souvent, nous sommes à court d’arguments. Pour y remédier, cet épisode d'Un podcast à soi tente de déconstruire les mythes anthropologiques, historiques et scientifiques profondément ancrés en nous, qui alimentent les stéréotypes de genre. Il a été enregistré en partie en public au cours du Paris Podcast Festival à la Gaité Lyrique. Avec : - Muriel Salle : historienne, maîtresse de conférences à l’Université Claude Bernard de Lyon. Auteure de « Femmes et santé, encore une affaire d'hommes ? ». - Clémentine Vignal: professeure à Sorbonne Université, elle enseigne la biologie. Ses recherches au sein de l'Institut d'Ecologie et de Sciences de l'Environnement de Paris portent sur le comportement animal, en particulier les communications sonores entre femelles et mâles chez les oiseaux. Elle a participé à plusieurs travaux de recherche interdisciplinaires sur la différence entre les sexes. - Claudine Cohen : philosophe et historienne des sciences, directrice d'études à l'EHESS. Auteure de « Femmes de la préhistoire », Belin 2016. - Les salariées de la crêche « Les petites canailloux » à Lagardelle-sur-Lèze. - Doriane Meurant, du projet Egalicrêche de l'association Artemisia. - Agathe Boulanin et les élèves de l'école de la Sibelle, dans le 14ème arrondissement de Paris. Leurs productions pour le concours Buzzons contre le sexisme : #Chaperon, A la place de l'autre. Lectures : - « Du côté des petites filles » Elena Gianini Belotti - « Les guérillères » Monique Wittig - « Girls will be girls » Emer O'Toole - « La femme brouillon » Amandine Dhée - « Ainsi soit-elle » Benoite Groult - « Mythologies » Roland Barthe Pour aller plus loin : - « L'ennemi principal » Christine Delphy - « Caliban et la sorcière » Silvia Frederici - Le « guide de survie en milieu sexiste », produit par les Céméa : http://www.cemea.be/IMG/pdf/Guide_de_survie_en_milieu_sexiste_-_tome1-CEMEA_2016.pdf - Le site belge aussi.ch : http://www.aussi.ch/ - Le site éducatif Matilda : https://www.matilda.education/app/ - Le Feminist Fight Club : https://www.feministfightclub.com/ Remerciements : Catherine Vidal, Odile Fillod, Barbara Wolfman Un podcast à soi a maintenant un compte Twitter, vous pouvez aussi nous suivre sur le Facebook d’ARTE Radio. N’hésitez pas à nous écrire des mails [email protected] Rendez-vous le mercredi 5 décembre pour le prochain épisode. Enregistrements : 20 octobre 18 - Prise de son, montage, textes et voix : Charlotte Bienaimé - Réalisation : Samuel Hirsch - Lectures : Estelle Clément Béalem et Laure Giappiconi - Illustration : Anna Wanda Gogusey

  • The Waldorf Conference (Part One of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    Audiobooks
    0

    LATW's California Month Series continues with a look at the birth of the Hollywood Blacklist in "The Waldorf Conference." Based on real-life events, it's a dramatic speculation about what happened behind closed doors when film moguls met to address America's growing Red Scare. Our California Month Series is generously supported by the California Arts Council, a state agency. Find out more at arts.ca.gov. "The Waldorf Conference" was written by Nat Segaloff, Daniel M. Kimmel and Arnie Reisman. Starring Edward Asner, Shelley Berman, Charles Durning, David Ellenstein, John Kapelos, Bill Macy, Richard Masur, George Murdock, John Randolph, Ron Rifkin, William Schallert and John Schuck. Directed by John de Lancie.

  • Mourir tue
    ARTE Radio
    06:40
    Actualités & politique
    1,108

    Entre les jours fériés de novembre, Livo écoute le président Macron à la radio et traine son micro au cimetière. Il se souvient de sa grand-mère qui parle de la grande guerre, et rencontre une admiratrice du Maréchal Lannes, mort en 1809. Ca lui donne l'idée de lancer la nouvelle appli "Uber Death". Chaque semaine, Livo découpe l'actu et dégaine son micro. "Dépêche !" à retrouver sur la chaîne YouTube ARTE Radio. Enregistrements : 1er, 2, 4, 5, 6 novembre 18 - Mise en ondes et mix : Samuel Hirsch - Réalisation : Olivier Minot - Illustration : Robin Renard

  • The Waldorf Conference (Part Two of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    Audiobooks
    0

    LATW's California Month Series continues with a look at the birth of the Hollywood Blacklist in "The Waldorf Conference." Based on real-life events, it's a dramatic speculation about what happened behind closed doors when film moguls met to address America's growing Red Scare. This hour includes a conversation with Steven J. Ross, author of "Hitler in Los Angeles: How Jews Foiled Nazi Plots Against Hollywood and America," a 2018 finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Our California Month Series is generously supported by the California Arts Council, a state agency. Find out more at arts.ca.gov. "The Waldorf Conference" was written by Nat Segaloff, Daniel M. Kimmel and Arnie Reisman. Starring Edward Asner, Shelley Berman, Charles Durning, David Ellenstein, John Kapelos, Bill Macy, Richard Masur, George Murdock, John Randolph, Ron Rifkin, William Schallert and John Schuck. Directed by John de Lancie.

  • The Waldorf Conference Web Extra: Steven J. Ross
    latheatreworks
    31:26
    American History
    0

    To give us more insight into the Hollywood Blacklist and the movie industry’s role in American politics, we spoke with author Steven J. Ross. He’s a Professor of History at USC, and has written extensively about politics and film. His latest book is "Hitler in Los Angeles: How Jews Foiled Nazi Plots Against Hollywood and America," a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in History for 2018.

  • Aaron Swartz Day
    The Kitchen Sisters
    07:10
    Storytelling
    227

    Aaron Swartz Day co-founder Lisa Rein talks about about her work with the annual hackathon. Founded in 2013 after the death of activist and programming wunderkind Aaron Swartz, the event draws attention to Aaron’s story in hopes of protecting others from similar circumstances and offers a yearly showcase of the many projects initiated by Aaron as well as new projects inspired directly by him and his work. Lisa also talks about her background as archivist for Chelsea Manning: “When I learned more about Chelsea, without getting into whether you agree with what she did or what she didn’t do, she definitely followed her heart and wanted to improve the world and that's an Aaron Swartz Day thing.” Produced by Michal Wisniowski and The Kitchen Sisters

  • Will This Internet Trend Catch On As a Treatment for Anxiety and Insomnia?
    Audio Files
    08:20
    64

    What do you do when you’re stressed out? Well, a large portion of people of people turn to the internet to help them out. Rob Dozier reports on ASMR—Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response—which researchers are beginning to take seriously as a treatment for things like anxiety and insomnia.

  • HBM105: Beautiful Stories about Dead Animals (part 1)
    Here Be Monsters
    28:11
    Storytelling
    0

    Personal stories of animal death and the bodies they leave behind, as told by writer Kryssanne Adams. Part 1 of 2. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • Afl. 175 Puberdagboek: Sarah Arnolds
    Echt Gebeurd
    11:16
    197

    'Dit dagboek is vanaf nu officieel verboden terrein', schrijft Sarah Arnolds op 17 maart 2003. Vijftien jaar later leest ze haar pubernotities voor in Toomler.

  • Radio Haiti Archive
    The Kitchen Sisters
    02:16
    Storytelling
    145

    #KeeperoftheDay No. 18: Radio Haiti Archive. Laura Wagner from the Radio Haiti Archive at Duke University called The Keeper Hotline to tell us about this "trilingual digital archive of Haiti's first independent radio station, Radio Haiti Inter." The project is "salvaging and preserving the original tape—more than 5300 programs—and digitizing the entire archive and describing every recording in English, Haitian Creole, and French." Explore this amazing collection at https://repository.duke.edu/dc/radiohaiti

  • Only Human: Anton Chekhov
    Selected Shorts
    01:00:50
    Storytelling
    394
  • #98 Huskvarna – Fabriken och tingens ordning
    Staden Podcast
    01:07:09
    Learning
    4,505

    Huskvarna ligger kilad mot den skogklädda förkastningsbranten som störtar ner mot Vättern. En bit bortanför och nedanför ligger Jönköping vid vattennivån. 1689 flyttade den vapentillverkningen för den svenska armén man under en tid drivit i Jönköping – Jönköpings faktori – till en ny plats. Kraften i vattnet i Dunkehallaravinen i Jönköping räckte inte till för att borra piporna. Man sökte och hittade en större höjdskillnad. Där uppe invid förkastningsbranten, vid fallen vid Huskvarnaån. Där hamnade den vapenfabrik som blev början på Huskvarna. I Jönköping hade holländska ingenjörer vid den här tiden upp 1600-talet under en tid ritat på stadsplaner som skulle vara försvarsanläggningar, taggiga vassa bastioner och kanaler mellan Munksjön och Vättern. Vi åkte upp från Vättern, upp för branten till det Huskvarna som började där i stormaktstiden. Men som sedan dess varit en nästan obruten historia av att göra saker, saker man använder, i ett företag i centrum som är källan, källan som var vattenfallen. En plats definierad av det den gör. En typ av samhälle som finns överallt i Sverige och i världen, en urbanitet präglad av produktion. Kanske har vi börjat glömma den här typen av platser i tjänste- och finanssamhället. Men i Huskvarna är det en produktion som egentligen aldrig har försvunnit och som kommit att prägla närmast all förändring i samhället. Produkter som vi alla har köpt. Vi åkte upp för branten till det Huskvarna vars historia började där med vapentillverkningen i slutet av 1600-talet. En plats till stora delar definierad av det den tillverkat. Saker som de flesta av oss någon gång har köpt eller använt. Huskvarna har blivit hela Sveriges maskinpark. Deras tillverkningskatalog är en berättelse om Sverige från 1689 och framåt: Hagelvapen, revolvern, den dubbelpipiga jaktbössan, automatkarbinen modell 4, symaskiner, spisar, kaminer, kafferostare, mandelkvarnar, fotogenkök, våffeljärn, cyklar motorcyklar, mopeder, gräsklippare, värmepannor, tvättmaskiner, diskmaskiner, utombordsmotorer, mikrovågsugnar, motorsågar, röjsågar, kapare, häcksaxar, lövblåsare, snöslungor, robotgräsklippare ,

  • GBA 347 Tanaka Mhishi
    Getting Better Acquainted
    01:35:09
    Conversation
    177

    In GBA 347 we get better acquainted with Tanaka. We talk about making theatre that engages with and challenges harmful versions of masculinity, making work about experiences of rape and sexual assault, engaging with young people about how masculinity is created and framed by culture, the intersection of caring and gender, navigating and expressing emotions and so much more. The topics might make this sound like a heavy conversation but it's actually a fun, thoughtful and positive. Although there is a content note for sexual assult and trauma the conversation doesn't contain any descriptions of being assaulted. Tanaka plugs: Universities and companies booking the Consent Collective: https://www.consentcollective.com/ People who hear disclosures of sexual violence regularly in their daily lives getting in touch for some research he is working on. You can find his work and contact him through his website: https://tanakamhishi.co.uk/ I plug: My recent writing about consent and gender: https://medium.com/@goosefat101/what-about-the-women-3237e4155f2c 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/ Down to a sunless sea: memories of my dad: https://medium.com/@goosefat101/down-to-a-sunless-sea-memories-of-my-dad-d1d2d3a61360 New piece: https://medium.com/@goosefat101/down-to-a-sunless-sea-memories-of-my-dad-604a239b7501 The Family Tree: http://thefamilytreepodcast.co.uk/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thefamilytreepodcast We mention: Rita: https://soundcloud.com/gettingbetteracquainted/sets/the-rita-episodes The Cuttings: http://thefamilytreepodcast.co.uk/cuttings/ Selected Shorts: https://www.symphonyspace.org/selected-shorts AV Club review of The Family Tree: https://aux.avclub.com/colbert-fey-adsit-louis-ck-and-more-perform-their-f-1798287901 Podcast Playlist: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/podcastplaylist Boys Don't: https://www.stagesofhalfmoon.org.uk/productions/boys-dont-2017-2018/ This is how it happens: https://tanakamhishi.co.uk/thisishowithappens/ How to be good in bed: https://www.consentcollective.com/events-1/how-to-be-good-in-bed-4th-oct bell hooks: http://www.bellhooksinstitute.com/ The Will to Change: Men, Masculinity and Love: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Will-Change-Men-Masculinity-Love/dp/0743456084 Boy accused in America: https://hellobeautiful.com/3015537/jeremiah-henry-doesnt-forgive-cornerstore-caroline-falsely-accused-groping/ Intent isn't magic: http://www.shakesville.com/2011/12/harmful-communication-part-one-intent.html Bruce Willis: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruce_Willis Ann Shulgin: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ann_Shulgin Trauma Black Hole: https://www.biologicalpsychiatryjournal.com/article/0006-3223(90)90437-7/pdf Meg John and Justin: https://megjohnandjustin.com Phillip Pullman: http://www.philip-pullman.com/ La Belle Savage: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Belle_Sauvage Charmed OG: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charmed Help more people get better acquainted. If you like what you hear why not write an iTunes review? Follow @GBApodcast on Twitter. Like Getting Better Acquainted on facebook. Tell your friends. Spread the word!

  • The idea of the between - Siri Hustvedt
    5x15
    13:42
    399

    Siri Hustvedt is a highly unusual writer—an internationally acclaimed and bestselling novelist and an intellectual with voracious interests. Siri is as well-respected in literary circles for her bestselling novels (including The Sorrows of an American and What I Loved), as she is in the artistic community for her lectures at museums around the world and her book of essays on visual art (Mysteries of the Rectangle), and by neuroscientists for her interdisciplinary memoir The Shaking Woman or A History of My Nerves and her delivery of the thirty-ninth annual Freud lecture in Vienna in 2011. Her most recent book is a collection of essays: Living, Thinking, Looking. Stories from the 5x15 in New York, recorded at the Player's Club in Gramercy Park. 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

  • T.L.C. (S7, E3) - 11/7/18 - FULL EPISODE
    Audio Files
    01:00:00
    12

    AudioFiles: T.L.C On today's show we're delving into the world of self care. First we’ll take a look at a new internet stress relief craze. Then we’ll hear about a new Day of the Dead tradition. We’ll also hear how today’s politics are weighing on people’s mental health. Julian Klepper joins us for an interview. He directs and stars in his own films, such as Free Therapy, a comedic take on how unaffordable mental health care can be. Singer-songwriter Jane Bruce serenades us with a live performance and Q&A. Producer: Lea Ceasrine Host: Josh Christensen Assistant Producer: Matt Cutler Music Producer: Rob Dozier Digital Producer: Allie Weintraub Stories by Rob Dozier, Lea Ceasrine and Michael Rosenthal Music Weekend in Tattoine by Unicorn Heads Inspiration by Force Majeure https://archive.org/details/inspiration_50 Rororo by Foodman http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Foodman/Touched_By_an_Angle/Foodman_-_Rororo

  • Speed The Plow (Part One of Two)
    latheatreworks
    58:58
    Audiobooks
    0

    California Month 2018 starts off with a trip inside a Hollywood studio, where producers Charlie Fox and Bobby Gould may have found their big break, thanks to a script brimming with huge commercial appeal. But another script with more high-minded ambition, and a secretary with hidden motives, threaten to torpedo the deal. Will business come before artistry, idealism, and even loyalty? "Speed the Plow" by David Mamet stars Jeff Goldblum, Adam Arkin, and Dina Waters. Directed by Andrew J. Robinson. LATW's California Month is generously supported by the California Arts Council, a state agency. Find out more at arts.ca.gov.

  • Honoring the Dead Through Tradition
    Audio Files
    05:00
    8

    Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a 3-day Mexican celebration that many here in the US might recognize - but this year, at the American Museum of Natural History, they were honoring a different kind of dead. Lea Ceasrine has the story.

  • Why Do Taxonomists Write the Meanest Obituaries?
    siftpodcast
    34:43
    Science
    771

    Taxonomists are scientists (usually in museums) who classify life. They're field has open boundaries which creates tension for the Taxonomists and is a lesson to all of us dealing with boundaries. To read the article this story was based upon go here: http://nautil.us/issue/66/clockwork/why-do-taxonomists-write-the-meanest-obituaries-rp2 This piece was produced by Bishop Sand at Goat Rodeo. This story was originally written by Ansel Payne. Taxonomists featured in this episode: Frank Krell Daniel Leo Gustafsson Ansel Payne Sarah Spaulding Bill Weber This episode was produced and hosted by Bishop Sand from Goat Rodeo, a new kind of audio network.

  • Ireland's First Superstar
    Documentary On One, RTÉ
    40:30
    Storytelling
    436

    Patrick Gilmore emigrated from the village of Ballygar Co Galway in the West of Ireland to America in the 1840's. He became a leading composer & bandmaster, entertaining millions and millions of Americans over his lifetime. But Ireland's first real superstar remains relatively unknown. Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore was born in 1829 in the small village of Ballygar, Co. Galway. He attended the local school, playing Fife and Drum – and it’s there that he developed a love for music and its value to people. Later on he studied/played music in Athlone, Co Westmeath. Then, in 1849, and aged 19yrs old, Patrick left Ireland, emigrating with over 1 million other Irish to the United States, escaping hunger and the Famine. It was this step that would eventually allow him to become the leading bandmaster of his day thoughout the United States. At this stage, Gilmore had become a cornet player, and in his twenties he took over leadership of the Salem Brass band in Massachusetts, Boston. He’s even credited with developing the initial 4th July celebrations in the US. He subsequently went on to lead a host of other Brass bands across the US - and also form his own touring band. In the mid/late 1800’s, what Gilmore referred to as a band was actually an orchestra. The average size of Gilmore’s ‘band’ was 55 - up to 100 members by his death in 1892. Each member was required to know between 1,500 and 2,000 pieces by heart for their instrument. Gilmore himself was a prolific composer – and his personal music library was the largest of the day totaling between 11,000 and 14,000 separate scores of music. P.S. Gilmore was by far the best known Irishman of the 19th century in America. In 1889 alone, Gilmore's Band (on a nationwide US tour) were seen by crowds in excess of 1 million. He played at and lead his band at six US presidential inaugurations, more than a few significant funerals and at the opening of the Statue of Liberty. He organised two huge and spectacular events, known as Peace Jubilees in Boston in the 1860’s using hundreds of musicians, thousands of singers, cannon and pyrotechnics. He also introduced woodwind to his brass band to form an orchestra sometimes numbering 70 or more players. He played residencies at Gilmore’s Garden in New York city (before it became Madison Square Garden ), summer seasons at Manhattan Beach and toured relentlessly across the US. P.S. Gilmore was seen as a real American superstar of his day. And throughout his life, he never forgot his Irish roots – and at times became involved in Irish politics – donating large amounts of money back to Ireland. He also toured Europe with his ‘band’, including an 1878 European tour of 151 concerts, including a few in Ireland. Yet despite all of this, Gilmore isn’t very well known outside band music circles in the US, apart from the song ‘When Johnny comes marching home’ which he wrote under a pen name and to a tune he said he heard being whistled while he served in the Union army during the US Civil War. P.S Gilmore died suddenly in 1892, at the dawn of recording technology. His mantle was taken by John Philip Sousa and the rest as they say… So very little of his music remains in the public domain. Apart from When Johnny comes marching home, he’s known for the ‘Famous 22nd Regiment March’ and little else. As part of this documentary, we teamed up with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra to revive one of Gilmore's ‘long lost’ compositions, unheard in well over one hundred years - and in doing so, celebrate a forgotten Irish musical star.

  • Jane Bruce: "To Be Needed" (Live Performane)
    Audio Files
    04:04
    5

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