Kunst und Literatur audios

Cat Jarman: River Kings

My guest on this week’s Book Club is the bioarchaeologist Cat Jarman, whose fascinating new book River Kings...

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The Moth Radio Hour: Women in the World

A special episode featuring stories from women around the world. Resilient children, computer crashes, swimming...

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Mirror, Mirror: Kujegi Camara & Nyla Gilstrap

In this special Black History Month Episode, two stories about self-image and what "beauty" means. This episode is...

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131. Podlingual

In their podcasts Mija and Moonface, Lory Martinez and James Kim create autobiographical fiction in multiple...

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"The Laughing Dog," by Francis Vivian

On the Classic Mysteries podcast this week, you might call it a portrait of the artist as a young...dog? Inspector...

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"The Mystery of the Blue Train," by Agatha Christie

Another, earlier pre-Orient-Express train ride for Hercule Poirot comes complete with jewel robberies, blackmail, and...

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Douglas Stuart Reads Kevin Barry

Douglas Stuart joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “Fjord of Killary,” by Kevin Barry, which...

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183 - The Nephilim

Hurrah, hurrah, the Nephilim approach. Weather: “Witchcraft” by Graveyard Club...

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39. Sex Noises; Getting Far, Far Out Of Your Comfort Zone

Snogging the back of your hand is one way to do it, but sound designer Eloise Whitmore from Naked Productions says if...

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Episode 17 – Capturing a feeling in choreography with Vivian Tr

This week I am joined by choreographer, performer, and teacher Vivian Triantafyllopoulou. We discuss her process for...

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#43 - Demolish and rebuild your B2B strategy with Jaime Punishill, CMO at Lionbridge

Sometimes, an organisation needs a complete transformation to strategically set up their marketing function for long...

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Politics of Sound #25 Laurence Fox, Reclaim Party

In the March edition of the Politics of Sound, Iain Carnegie welcomes actor, musician and leader of the newly-formed...

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#196 Honey, I shrunk the photographer!

Cameras made from carved out melons, chutney flavoured developer and salt fix? It can mean only one man; Brendan...

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EP306: Linwood Barclay “Chapter Breaks Are Commercial Breaks”

Linwood Barclay is the international bestselling author of over twenty novels, and his latest thriller Find You First...

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Reverberate: episode 1 of our new series

The Guardian has launched a new series called Reverberate that we think you’ll like. Each week, Chris Michael...

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Allusionist 130 Valentine

St Valentine's name may nowadays be all over the romance-related merch for 14 February, but he was also the patron...

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"Death of a Doxy," by Rex Stout

In Archie Goodwin’s world view, the word that best fits Isabel Kerr is a four-letter word: doxy. The dictionary...

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53.1 1918/2020: "The Tavern"

An old watering hole is the unsettling setting for a grisly tale of two pandemics. “The Tunnel” is...

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Episode 12: Jude Sandy

Actor and dancer Jude Sandy shares his perspective on taking care of yourself in a business that tries to define you,...

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