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  • The Happening
    Snap Judgment
    54:38
    Storytelling
    875

    The night of June 11, 2011, will forever be seared in Roger Stringer’s memory. The night started off with a dinner of boiled shrimp with his two sons. The night ended with his family being torn apart. This story contains sensitive content and graphic imagery not suitable for young listeners. Listener discretion advised. A very big BIG thank you to Roger and Zac Stringer for sharing their story with us here at Snap! As of yet, Zac has not been exonerated. A post-conviction relief appeal to clear his name is stalled in a local circuit court. His civil lawsuit against Remington is currently in limbo. Zac is now 24. He goes to college full time. He’s the first-ever convicted felon to be admitted to William Carey University in Mississippi. Produced by Nancy Lopez, original score by Renzo Gorrio Artwork by Teo Ducot Season 11 – Episode 23

  • Chasing Thunder - full episode
    Snap Judgment
    49:10
    Storytelling
    818

    For 110 days Peter Hammarstedt and his group of ocean vigilantes hunted the most notorious poacher of sea bass on the high seas, known as the Thunder. Their journey turns into an epic chase across 10,000 miles, two seas, and three oceans, through massive ice floors, violent clashes, and storms-tossed seas, where only one ship makes it home. Thank you so much to Peter Hammarstedt for sharing your story with us! Thanks as well to Ian Urbina. We first heard about this story thanks to his reporting. You can find his book, The Outlaw Ocean: Journeys Across the Last Untamed Frontier, on Knopf, Amazon, or anywhere books are sold. Ian has a great collection of stories and books about the lawless ocean. Also, BIG thanks to Brick City TV & Mark Benjamin for sharing the audio from their documentary, Ocean Warriors: Chasing the Thunder. Y Produced by Nikka Singh, original score by Renzo Gorrio Artwork by Teo Ducot Season 11 – Episode 22

  • Chasing Thunder
    Snap Judgment
    47:19
    Storytelling
    859

    For 110 days Peter Hammarstedt and his group of ocean vigilantes hunted the most notorious poacher of sea bass on the high seas, known as the Thunder. Their journey turns into an epic chase across 10,000 miles, two seas, and three oceans, through massive ice floors, violent clashes, and storms-tossed seas, where only one ship makes it home. Thank you so much to Peter Hammarstedt for sharing your story with us! Thanks as well to Ian Urbina. We first heard about this story thanks to his reporting. You can find his book, The Outlaw Ocean: Journeys Across the Last Untamed Frontier, on Knopf, Amazon, or anywhere books are sold. Ian has a great collection of stories and books about the lawless ocean. Also, BIG thanks to Brick City TV & Mark Benjamin for sharing the audio from their documentary, Ocean Warriors: Chasing the Thunder. Y Produced by Nikka Singh, original score by Renzo Gorrio Artwork by Teo Ducot Season 11 – Episode 22

  • Tooth Fish for Dinner
    Snap Judgment
    01:56
    Storytelling
    801

    Have you ever eaten Chilean Sea Bass? Glynn decides to cook it for dinner and realizes it has another name… Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller

  • Eugene Mona : le Nègre Debout
    ARTE Radio
    53:57
    Storytelling
    3,965

    « Un sauvage peut-il être sophistiqué ? » interroge Christophe Chassol à propos de la musique d’Eugene Mona. « En tant que Martiniquais, je suis fier de Mona de la même façon dont je suis fier de Glissant et Fanon. » Chantre de la Créolité, ami d’Aimé Césaire, Mona est l’un des plus fascinants artistes antillais du siècle dernier. Tambours bêlés et flûtes en bambou suffisent à transcender sa « musique racine ». Sa voix puissante chante le quotidien miséreux des paysans de son île, les traditions festives du carnaval, ou l’histoire de l’ancienne capitale martiniquaise intégralement rasée par la lave du volcan. Celui que l’on surnommait « Le nègre debout » se sera dressé toute sa vie contre le colonialisme et l’injustice sociale, jusqu’à sa disparition tragique en 1991, à l’âge de 48 ans. David Commeillas a parcouru la Martinique de long en large pour recueillir anecdotes et témoignages inédits à propos de Mona. Entre deux chants de colibris, on écoute les récits de ses retraites spirituelles dans les montagnes, de ses engagements politiques avec Césaire, et de ses séances d’enregistrements ésotériques jusqu’à l’aube. Musiques : - Début : Chassol : « Birds Pt.1 » (Tricatel) - 2’30 : Eugene Mona « Energie Vibrations Positive » (3A Prod.) - 3’40 : Extrait du documentaire « Sur les traces de Mona » de Nathalie Glaudon - 4’40 : La Compagnie Créole « C’est bon pour le moral » (Carrere) - 5’20 : Eugene Mona « Oui je finirais » (3A Prod) - 8’40 : Eugene Mona et son groupe du marigot « Ti Mouton » (Hit Parade) - 11’48 : Eddie Palmieri « Bilongo » (Tico Records) - 13’25 : Eugene Mona « Bwa Brillé » (Hit Parade) - 18’00 : Eugene Mona « Yo Le Ou Tou Ni En Tet » (3A Prod.) - 21’50 : Eugene Mona « 1700 » (Hit Parade ) - 24’40 : Eugene Mona « Doudou Menard » (3A Prod) - 27’45 : Eugene Mona « Mi Mwen Mi Ou » (3A Prod) - 28’30 : Archives Aimé Césaire - 30’00 : Extrait du film « Rue Cases-Nègres » (Présence Africaine) - 33’15 : Max Cilla : « La Flûte des Mornes » (Bongo Joe) - 35’00 : La Perfecta « La Divinité » (Disques Vacances) - 37’20 : Eugene Mona « Tambou serie » (3A Prod) - 41’17 : Eugene Mona « Ouverture » (Hibiscus Rec) - 42’20 : Eugene Mona « Bégui Bégui Bang » ( Hit Parade) - 44’35 : Eugene Mona « Bidon Dachine » (3A Prod) - 48’00 : Eugene Mona « An Goulouss Cé Lan Mo » (3A Prod.) - 48’50 : Eugene Mona « Face à Face » (Hibiscus) - 53’10 : Eugene Mona « Roi Nigo » (3A Prod) Enregistrement : août 2019 - Mixage : Samuel Hirsch - Illustration : Laura Ollivier - Production : ARTE Radio

  • Qui veut pimper 2020 ?
    ARTE Radio
    07:53
    News & Politics
    3,980

    Pour sa dernière Dépêche de la saison, Livo rembobine le début d'année autour des mots et des maux de 2020. De Covid à Amour en passant par Panique et Communisme, d'une étudiante précaire à Flore, l'infirmière de la Croix-Rousse, revivez 6 mois d'actu en 7 minutes... Dépeche revient chaque mercredi à la rentrée. D'ici là, Livo attend vos cartes postales à ARTE Radio - 8 rue Marceau - 92785 Issy-les-Moulineaux. Abonnez-vous à ce podcast sur notre site, Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud ou Deezer. Enregistrements : 26, 29, 30 juin 20 - Mix : Charlie Marcelet - Texte, voix, réalisation : Olivier Minot - Production : ARTE Radio

  • Down to a sunless sea: Episode 16: Waves
    Getting Better Acquainted
    38:07
    Storytelling
    117

    General content note for the series: death, dementia, old age, mental health issues Additional content note: euthanasia/suicide But no matter what he forgets, it can’t take away the love we have shared, that existed, and will always have existed, even when he has forgotten it; even when he is no longer alive to remember it; even when I have forgotten it; even when I am no longer alive to remember it. It happened. And that has to be enough. This episode is about movement, memory, change, time, distance, tears, connection, therapy, sadness, love, grief and everything else that can come in waves. Artwork by my brother Tony Pickering: http://www.pick-art.co.uk/

  • Journeys, Memories, and Miracles: Italian Short Stories
    Selected Shorts
    01:01:35
    Storytelling
    72

    Guest host Hope Davis presents a program of Italian short fiction selected by the novelist and short-story writer Jhumpa Lahiri. The stories were drawn from The Penguin Book of Italian Short Stories, which Lahiri edited. They range from the comic to the fantastical. In Leonardo Sciascia’s “The Long Voyage,” hopeful peasants try to make it to a mysterious place called “Trenton.” The reader is John Turturro. A couple hopes to restore pre-World War II elegance in “Invitation to Dinner,” by Alba de Cespedes, read by Dawn Akemi Saito. And there’s heat, sand, water, and magical realism on offer in Massimo Bontempelli’s “The Miraculous Beach, or, Prize for Modesty, read by Hugh Dancy.

  • Jefferson's Garden (Part 1)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    Theater
    0

    You say you want a Revolution? The story of this country’s struggle for independence is told with a fresh slant and theatrical inventiveness. As Thomas Jefferson struggles to find the right words to frame a nation, a young Quaker must weigh his desire to participate in the struggle against his pacifist beliefs. Directed by Martin Jarvis Producing Director: Susan Albert Loewenberg Rosalind Ayres as Martha/Nelly Rose Nate Corddry as Christian Ellis Greer as Betty Gregory Harrison as Carl/Thomas Jefferson Lovensky Jean-Baptiste as James Hemmings Ifan Meredith as Harry/Jim Madison Darren Richardson as Daniel/George Mason/M. Perrault Emily Swallow as Louisa/Imogen Inger Tudor as Susannah/Sally Additional chorus roles performed by the cast

  • #194 - Intelligent Speech: Hidden Narratives from the Middle Kingdom
    The History of China
    35:59
    673

    My presentation to the 2020 Intelligent Speech Convention, on Women, Minorities, and reading between the bamboo scrolls of history to find the hidden stories. Also with a Q&A session after.

  • Snap is Moving
    Snap Judgment
    01:00
    Storytelling
    1,512

    We are moving our podcast feed! You will still be able to listen to Snap Judgment on the radio and wherever you get your podcasts, but we want to make sure you don’t miss a beat. Make sure Snap stays in your feed by subscribing on your favorite podcast app. On 7/1, check to see you have the new epic Snap episode, "Chasing Thunder." If you don't see it in your feed, please refresh or resubscribe. Thank you for your support and for being a part of Snap Nation.

  • Jefferson's Garden (Part 2)
    latheatreworks
    58:59
    Theater
    0

    You say you want a Revolution? The story of this country’s struggle for independence is told with a fresh slant and theatrical inventiveness. As Thomas Jefferson struggles to find the right words to frame a nation, a young Quaker must weigh his desire to participate in the struggle against his pacifist beliefs. Directed by Martin Jarvis Producing Director: Susan Albert Loewenberg Rosalind Ayres as Martha/Nelly Rose Nate Corddry as Christian Ellis Greer as Betty Gregory Harrison as Carl/Thomas Jefferson Lovensky Jean-Baptiste as James Hemmings Ifan Meredith as Harry/Jim Madison Darren Richardson as Daniel/George Mason/M. Perrault Emily Swallow as Louisa/Imogen Inger Tudor as Susannah/Sally Additional chorus roles performed by the cast

  • The Gift
    Snap Judgment
    20:33
    Storytelling
    1,388

    A young boy in a migrant worker farm camp in California’s Central valley gets a surprise present from his father. But the gift comes with certain expectations. Thank you, Jaime for sharing your story with Snap! Jaime Cortez is a writer and visual artist based in Northern California. His upcoming book of humorous semi-autobiographical short stories will be released in 2021 by Grove Atlantic Press. Produced by Anna Sussman, original score by Clay Xavier Artwork by Teo Ducot Season 11 - Episode 21

  • The End of Policing, Alex Vitale (Encore)
    Making Contact
    29:00
    News & Politics
    25

    Like this program? Please show us the love. Click here ow.ly/oSpU30hHCXp and support our non-profit journalism. Thanks! Alex Vitale is Professor of Sociology and coordinator of the Policing and Social Justice Project at Brooklyn College. Vitale’s book The End of Policing, is an accessible study of police history as an imperial tool for social control that continues to exacerbate class and racial tensions. Vitale also goes deep into the shortcomings of reform and in contrast, deepens the conversations around meaningful alternatives to ultimately ask the people to consider the end of policing.

  • Something Special
    Snap Judgment
    02:22
    Storytelling
    1,328

    Glynn recalls gifts he received that didn’t just come all wrapped up… they came with strings attached. Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller

  • Celebrating Toni Morrison
    Selected Shorts
    01:13:50
    Storytelling
    149

    Guest host Tayari Jones helps us to celebrate this American master, who died in 2019. Her novels, including Beloved, Jazz and Song of Solomon, have become an indelible part of the American canon. Her fierce, poetic visions earned her the Pulitzer Prize, the Nobel Prize, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. She was also an editor, advocate, teacher, and mother. This program features her essay “A Knowing So Deep,” read by Jones; an excerpt from The Bluest Eye, read by Anika Noni Rose; an excerpt from Jazz, read by S. Epatha Merkerson; “Sweetness,” read by Phylicia Rashad, and a tribute by Fran Lebowitz.

  • Deuxième tour et deuxième vague
    ARTE Radio
    07:27
    News & Politics
    4,871

    A quelques jours du second tour des élections municipales, Livo tente de couvrir la campagne à Paris, Lyon et Marseille (et Istres). A Paris, il enregistre les équipes d'Hidalgo et de Buzyn qui tractent à Stalingrad. A Marseille, il manque d'obtenir une procuration, et à Lyon, il rencontre les francs-tireurs du patronat qui veulent résister au péril vert. Pour Jean-Louis Maier, figure des décideurs de Lyon, le candidat écologiste est comparable à Hitler... Chaque mercredi, Dépêche découpe l'actu avec un micro. Abonnez-vous à ce podcast sur notre site, Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud ou Deezer. Enregistrements : 19, 20, 22, 23 juin 20 - Mix : Charlie Marcelet - Texte, voix, réalisation : Olivier Minot - Production : ARTE Radio

  • Down to a sunless sea: Episode 15: Death is not something that can be kept at a distance
    Getting Better Acquainted
    45:19
    Religion & Spirituality
    154

    General content note for the series: death, dementia, old age, mental health issues Extra content note: bereavement, pain, terminal illness (including cancer) and the caste system In the seventh full episode of the podcast using content funded by the British Podcast Awards and the Wellcome Trust I talk to Khyati Tripathi about studying death. This is an episode about understanding and navigating mortality and creating spaces where we can talk about difficult and taboo topics. Khyati on twitter: https://twitter.com/khyati_tripath Remaining with death: https://thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/volume-33/april-2020/remaining-death Association for the Study of Death and Society: https://www.deathandsociety.org/ Artwork by my brother Tony Pickering: http://www.pick-art.co.uk/

  • The End of Student Debt: Free College and Debt Strikes
    Making Contact
    29:00
    News & Politics
    69

    Like this program? Please show us the love. Click here ow.ly/oSpU30hHCXp and support our non-profit journalism. Thanks! 44 million Americans hold over 1.6 trillion dollars of student debt and the cost of higher education continues to skyrocket. And it’s the poor, people of color and women who are most severely impacted by this debt. As more and more people continue to default on their loans, and as the coronavirus crisis highlights the vulnerability of debt when people are unable to find jobs or pay off loans, solutions to the debt crisis are becoming more urgent. We look at two of these solutions. First, reporter Kathryn Styer takes a long at a free school called Berea College in Kentucky. Then, we discuss the politics of debt and how to organize a strike, with Thomas Gokey from the Debt collective.

  • What to do when you're married to a narcissist
    loveumentary
    49:54
    5

    Do you think your husband is a narcissist? When you first met him, he was extremely likable.  He was charismatic, charming, and flirtatious. Everyone who met him immediately liked him… and you felt like the luckiest girl in the world that he chose you. Then, over time, things started to change. You started to notice that most of your conversations revolved around his needs, his wants, and his accomplishments. He didn’t seem to care as much about what was going on in your life. He rarely asked you questions that allowed for any deep emotional connection. Life was good as long as his needs were met. You started to plan your life around making sure he was happy… because if he wasn’t, he’d often lose his temper, or say things that would make you feel as if you’d done something wrong. When you were hurting, he’d dismiss your emotions. And if he was the cause of your hurt, he’d somehow find a way to turn it around and make it your fault. When things really started to get rough, you tried to talk to him about it. Maybe you suggested you go to therapy. He didn’t take that well. He was hypersensitive to anything even remotely resembling criticism.  He would withhold affection from you as punishment, or to gain leverage. You noticed that he started to find pleasure in tearing you and other people down. It seemed like the longer you were in the relationship, he was thriving more and more. You, on the other hand, seemed to get sicker and sicker. You were exhausted, stressed, depressed, and sad. You felt like a shadow of your former self. You started to wonder if you were the crazy one. “Maybe there’s something wrong with me… everyone seems to love him. He’s thriving. Maybe I’m the one who’s broken.” You began to float through life feeling lonely, guilty, ashamed, invisible, unimportant… You didn’t want to be judged. You didn’t want to appear disloyal. You believed that maybe this was a “phase,” or that it wasn’t a true reflection of his character. You became a shadow of your former vibrant, caring self. You lost the light in your eyes. *DEEP BREATH* Being married to a narcissist can be incredibly draining and difficult. Recently I had a conversation with Wendy Behary. She’s a licensed clinical social worker who has specialized in working with narcissists and those in with relationships with narcissists. She shared three powerful tips to help you deal with a narcissistic partner: 1. Get Help Most people simply don’t have the tools and resources to navigate the complexities of a relationship with a narcissist. If you want your relationship to survive and thrive, you will absolutely need to get help from a trained mental health professional. Specifically, someone who specializes in working with narcissists. Don’t be afraid to ask a prospective therapist questions about the experience or training they have working with narcissists.  Ask them about their approach to treatment.  Ask them about any success stories they’ve experienced working with past clients in situations similar to yours. Hiring the wrong therapist can actually cause more harm than good. So make sure you do your research here. 2. Be “Sturdy” When you’re sturdy, you are grounded. Rooted. You don’t give in easily to the storms of life. Being “sturdy” in relationship with a narcissistic partner means you have the self-control and self-respect to stand up for yourself without getting emotional or defensive. When your partner loses his temper and flies off the handle, you can calmly but firmly look him in the eye and say, “I don’t appreciate being spoken to that way. That might work with other people, but it won’t work with me anymore. I’m going to go for a walk while you cool down. Let me know when you’re ready to speak to me with more respect.” Being “sturdy” means you won’t let him bait you back into an unhealthy and unproductive cycle by escalating his emotions. Being...