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    Latest podcast episodes about Fiction

    BabyBus Kids’ Stories: Bedtime Stories
    Pirate Miumiu's Giant Hamburger E2: Let's Go! Super Molly Nautilus!

    BabyBus Kids’ Stories: Bedtime Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 5:20


    Go search "Pirate's Treasure丨Magical Adventures Stories for Kids" in your favorite podcast app to get on the thrilling adventure with Pirate Miumiu! A big shark has eaten up Miumiu's pirate ship ! How can they look for treasures without pirate ship? Let's listen to this interesting story and find their solution ! We're also looking forward to your valuable reviews ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐,let us know your opinion! Contact us at babybusaudio-en@babybus.com to share your idea and suggestion.

    The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
    The Skeptics Guide #892 - Aug 13 2022

    The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022


    Special Report: New Climate Change Bill; News Items: The Physics of Meteors, New Kind of Motion, Structured Water, Cryonic Horror Stories; Who's That Noisy; Your Questions and E-mails: Photons Have Momentum; Science or Fiction

    In A Certain Kingdom
    Prince Ivan, the Witch Baby, and the Little Prince of the Sun

    In A Certain Kingdom

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 27:41


    Little Prince Ivan was born dumb, and his parents couldn't wait to have another child. Anything was better than a voiceless future Tsar! But you should be careful what you wish for. They did have another child. A girl. But she had iron teeth. And an unfortunate taste for... well, everything! This strange, wonderful story has some of the most unusual and vivid images in all of Russian folklore. Instead of an analysis section, Deacon Nicholas is soliciting your feedback, dear listeners! Do you have any ideas for how to make the analysis section of the podcast better? Let me know!

    The Literary Life with Mitchell Kaplan
    Dwyer Murphy on the Romantic Optimism in L.A. and South Florida Crime Novels

    The Literary Life with Mitchell Kaplan

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 41:53


    On today's episode of The Literary Life, Mitchell Kaplan is joined by Dwyer Murphy to discuss his debut novel, An Honest Living, out now from Viking. Dwyer Murphy is a New York-based writer and editor. He is the editor-in-chief of CrimeReads, Literary Hub's crime fiction vertical and the world's most popular destination for thriller readers. He practiced law at Debevoise & Plimpton in New York City, where he was a litigator, and served as editor of the Columbia Law Review. He was previously an Emerging Writer Fellow at the Center for Fiction. His writing has appeared in The Common, Rolling Stone, Guernica, The Paris Review Daily, Electric Literature, and other publications. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Louisiana Anthology Podcast
    482. Ted Schirmer, "Defiance," part 2

    Louisiana Anthology Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022


    Episode 482. Part 2 of our interview with Ted Schirmer about his memoir, Defiance. In the '70s, even twenty years after Brown v. Board of Education, LSU was still refusing to give up its racist past. While most students attending LSU were primarily focused on obtaining a better life through getting a college degree, some could not turn their backs on injustice. The students who fought at Ted's side were not the wealthy fraternity or sorority members. They were from middle to lower-middle class families and the working poor. It was Ted's goal in writing this book to honor their sacrifices and tell what it was like to fight the system-the LSU administrators, the Board of Supervisors, and the Greek organizations-in the deep south in the turbulent '70s. This week in Louisiana history. August 14, 1903. Albert Batson hanged in Calcasieu Parish Jail for murder of six members of Welsh family.   This week in New Orleans history. Pelicans' "Cotton" Knaupp's Triple Play, August 8, 1916. While playing second base for the New Orleans Pelicans on August 8, 1916, Henry Antone "Cotton" Knaupp became the only player in the history of the Southern Association to turn an unassisted triple play. With the bases loaded and Knaupp playing 2nd base in a game against the Chattanooga Lookouts, he caught a line drive hit by shortstop Joe Harris, tagged Jake Pilter who was running from first to second base, and stepped on 2nd base to put out Bob Messenger before he could return to second base. This week in Louisiana. Delcambre Shrimp Festival August 17-21, 2022 View Website 401 Richard St. Delcambre LA 70528 Delcambre Shrimp Festival honors the shrimping industry with events including a Shrimp Cook-off, queens pageants', fais-do-do's, carnival rides, food court and much more. Amenities: Family Friendly, Handicapped Accessible, Phone: 337-685-2653 Email: info@shrimpfestival.net. Postcards from Louisiana. Tickler's Piano Bar on Bourbon St. Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.

    The Ezra Klein Show
    A Nourishing Conversation With Mohsin Hamid on Social Fictions — and Real Losses

    The Ezra Klein Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 76:57


    In his latest work, “The Last White Man,” the award-winning writer Mohsin Hamid imagines a world that is very like our own, with one major exception: On various days, white people wake up to discover that their skin is no longer white. It's a heavy premise, but one of Hamid's unique talents as a novelist is his ability to take on the most difficult of topics — racism, migration, loss — with a remarkably light touch.“How do you begin to have these conversations in a way that allows everybody a way in?” Hamid asks at one point in our conversation. “How do you talk about these things in a way that's open to everyone?” What sets Hamid apart is his capacity to do just that — both in his fiction and in our conversation. We discuss:How Hamid experienced what it was like to lose his whiteness after 9/11What happens to a society when suddenly we can't sort ourselves by raceThe origins of modern humans' fear of death — and how to overcome itWhy Hamid thinks future humans will look back at the idea of borders with moral horrorWhy Hamid believes that pessimistic realism is a “deeply conservative” worldviewHamid's process for imagining optimistic futuresWhy Hamid believes that the very notion of the self is a fictionWhy we turn to activities like sex, drugs and meditation when we get overwhelmedHow America's policies toward immigrants and refugees should challenge our “heroic” sense of national identityWhat Toni Morrison taught Hamid about how to read and writeAnd more.Mentioned:"The Metamorphosis" by Franz KafkaExit West by Mohsin HamidBook Recommendations:Beloved by Toni MorrisonFicciones by Jorge Luis BorgesThe Epic of Gilgamesh, translated by Andrew GeorgeThoughts? Guest suggestions? Email us at ezrakleinshow@nytimes.com.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more episodes of “The Ezra Klein Show” at nytimes.com/ezra-klein-podcast, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein. Book recommendations from all our guests are listed at https://www.nytimes.com/article/ezra-klein-show-book-recs.“The Ezra Klein Show” is produced by Annie Galvin and Rogé Karma; fact-checking by Michelle Harris, Mary Marge Locker and Kate Sinclair; original music by Isaac Jones; mixing by Sonia Herrero and Isaac Jones; audience strategy by Shannon Busta. Special thanks to Kristin Lin and Kristina Samulewski.

    Saturday Down South Podcast
    SEC Fall Camp Fact or Fiction, Bear Fallica talks 2022 CFB bets, GameDay & Corso (ep. 487)

    Saturday Down South Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 94:18


    Preview season is in full swing, so the guys have a full dose of Fall Camp Fact or Fiction. What should we make of JoJo Earle's injury? Does Garrett Nussmeier have a path to be LSU's QB1? What about A&M's coaching shuffle? Is Eli Drinkwitz in a great spot by naming a starter early in fall camp? And can Ole Miss have the nation's top rushing attack. College GameDay's Chris "Bear" Fallica joined the show to discuss all things CFB bets, College GameDay and a Lee Corso story. The guys close with #FiguringItOut and Lad of the Week!

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast
    SILVER UNDER NIGHTFALL by Rin Chupeco, read by Matthew Spencer - audiobook extract

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 1:53


    CASTLEVANIA meets Jay Kristoff's EMPIRE OF A VAMPIRE in this action-packed dark fantasy where a vampire hunter must team up with a vampire couple to solve the mystery of a devastating vampiric-mutation. Remy Pendergast is many things: the only son of the Duke of Valenbonne (though his father might wish otherwise), an elite bounty hunter of rogue vampires, and an outcast among his fellow Reapers. His mother was a subject of gossip even before she eloped with a vampire, giving rise to rumours that Remy is a half-vampire himself. Remy's whole life, his father has been shaping him into a weapon to fight for the kingdom of Aluria, though it barely tolerates him in return. When a terrifying new breed of vampire is sighted outside of the city, Remy prepares to investigate alone. But then he encounters the shockingly warm-hearted vampire heiress Xiaodan Song and her infuriatingly arrogant fiancé, vampire lord Zidan Malekh, who may hold the key to defeating the creatures-though he knows associating with them won't do his reputation any favours. When he's offered a spot alongside them to find the truth about the mutating virus, now known as the Rot, Remy faces a choice. It's one he's certain he'll soon regret. But as the three face dangerous hardships during their journey, Remy develops fond and complicated feelings for the couple. He begins to question what he holds true about vampires, as well as the story behind his own family legacy. As the Rot continues to spread across the kingdom, Remy must decide where his loyalties lie: with his father and the kingdom he's spent his life defending, or the vampires who might just be the death of him.

    Dani 3Palacios Podcast
    362 . Incidente del paso Diátlov.

    Dani 3Palacios Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 8:07


    En 1959 se conoció uno de los casos más extraños de la muerte de un grupo de estudiantes que en las montañas rusas había decidido hacer una excursión que los llevaría a su fin.

    #AmWriting
    How to Drive that Narrative Forward: Blueprint for a Book Step 7

    #AmWriting

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 51:40


    People don’t behave logically, but they are illogical in logical ways. What makes you want to turn the page? You know how it is with some books—you just can’t put them down. Fiction, sure, thrillers, mysteries, but that’s not all. Non-fiction books can be page-turners too, even when they don’t seen to have a story. What makes The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up work even for people who never actually tidy up? The page-turning, reader-driving illusion that somehow they will. The Five Love Languages? The drive to figure out—which one am I, and which one are you?Narrative drive is a key element of success in everything from romance (sure, you know the ending, but how are they going to get together?) to memoir to, yes, successful how-to. Your reader should be constantly asking, and then what happened, which means you should be, too. And everything has to contribute to that drive, whether it’s a plot development or an emotional twist. That’s how you pull the reader through each and every chapter.This is the seventh episode in the 10-part Blueprint for a Book Series. Start with Step 1, do the work (we’ll give you an assignment every week), and in 10 weeks, you’ll have a solid foundation for a first draft or revision of your project that will help you push through to “the end”. Find details on the challenge HERE.YOUR ASSIGNMENTFiction and Narrative Memoir:Create a “Because of That” story summary. The Pixar rubric is in your workbook.Nonfiction and Self-Help/Memoir:Draft a table of contents. If you already did that in the last step, refine it. Tables of contents can hold the code for your entire book, so don’t just toss it off! Write two or three sentences to describe each chapter.(Note: We suggest you download a Blueprint answer workbook to keep track of your 10 assignments. That will make it easier to revise, review and come back to your work. Click to grab yours for fiction or nonfiction. If you are writing narrative memoir (a story), use the fiction workbook and assignments. If you are writing self-help/memoir, use the nonfiction workbook and assignments. Prefer paper? Tape the assignment into your journal and make a nice big heading so you know: This is Step 7. This is the page (or pages) with my Because of That Story Summary.)LINKSThe Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise, Dan GemeinhartThe Five Love Languages, Gary ChapmanThe Other Black Girl, Zakiya Dalila HarrisBlueprint for a Book (Fiction and Memoir)Blueprint for a Nonfiction BookTODAY’S COACHESSara Gentry is a Math Ph.D. turned writer, book lover, and book coach. As an Author Accelerator Certified Book Coach, Sara has been trained to help writers craft the story they’ve been wanting to tell. Thanks to her mathematical background, her book coaching strengths include planning project management, analyzing a story’s cohesiveness, and evaluating where a book might fit in the current marketplace. She works with writers across genres and age groups. She has a soft spot for KidLit and humorous adult fiction. Find more at easierwithacoach.com.For more from KJ, subscribe to her newsletter: Read. Eat. Listen. Or grab one of her novels, In Her Boots and The Chicken Sisters, wherever books are sold. Wondering about KJ as a book coach? Her current offerings are HERE. For more from Jennie, subscribe to her weekly newsletter. Or grab one of her Blueprint books, wherever books are sold. You can learn about getting matched with an Author Accelerator book coach or becoming a book coach at authoraccelerator.comThis summer is all about starting a project, but if you already have a novel or memoir manuscript and you’re ready to go ALL IN, you’re going to want to do Author Accelerator’s Manuscript Incubator. Registration is open for the intensive, 7-month coaching opportunity that offers one-on-one support and guidance for novelists and memoirists planning to have a submission-ready project by early 2023—and includes the opportunity to have that project reviewed by a group of agents and editors when it’s ready. For more information, head to authoraccelerator.com/manuscript-incubator. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit amwriting.substack.com/subscribe

    Microphones & Monsters
    Darkwell Chronicles: When the Gaze Takes Hold (Part 1)

    Microphones & Monsters

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 35:58


    Back on the ship! back in their own time! Victor levels up!Support us on Patreon and get ad free and bonus content (https://www.patreon.com/CreativeTypo)---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CastAdam Culbertson as your Game MasterRichard Collins as AleisterMax Steele as Dr. Julian CottageSteven Sides as Victor StodgeAdditional Editing provided by Flyboy Entertainment (flyboyentmt@gmail.com)Social MediaTwitter @MicsAndMonsters (https://twitter.com/MicsAndMonsters)Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/microphones_and_monsters/)Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MicrophonesAndMonsters/)CastJunkie Discord Invite (https://discord.gg/KRgm7TA) come chat with us in #mics-and-monstersCreative Typo Discord Invite (https://discord.gg/creativetypo)You can find all Creative Typo shows at (https://creativetypo.com)---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Music in this episode by Marco Mazzei at Fallen Highway Studios---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Microphones & Monsters is in no way affiliated with Wizards of The Coast or Petersen Games

    Oh F*ck Yeah with Ruan Willow
    Two Erotica Authors, Lucille Lewis and Ruan Willow, Chat about writing erotica, fantasies, sex, & the writer's life

    Oh F*ck Yeah with Ruan Willow

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 64:05


    Ep 180: Two Erotica Authors, Lucille Lewis & Ruan Willow, Chat about writing erotica, fantasies, sex, & the writer's life.  Listen to my chat with Lucille! We had so much fun! It's a girl's chat & you get to listen in! We discussed writing: how to do it, writer's block, story development, & using both our own sexual fantasies & those of others, in our erotic writing. She read an erotic poem, which was yummy! We chatted about the novel she's working on, which she is co-writing, plus her writing on Medium.  We discussed how erotica helps people explore and experience their kinks and fantasies & why it's so much more powerful, & personal, as compared to watching porn. We broached the topic of the negativity of many people in this world who view erotica as bad, those judgmental people are a part of the bigger problems in our sex-is-taboo sex-negative society. Erotica embraces sex/sexuality openly as a normal everyday thing, which it should be, & often is, even though our culture tries to pretend it's not. We chatted about how important it is to be a genuine person, a whole person, on social media. We talked about how real friendships can happen on spaces like Twitter, & how close & solid those friendships can be. We get to connect & make friends with like-minded people from all over the world we may never have met in our lives. We gushed about how unbelievably great, supportive, & amazing the erotic writing community is on Twitter. It's a very special phenomenon that constantly blows my mind in a very good way.Check out Lucille Lewis's work on Medium: https://medium.com/@looloubelleFollow her on Twitter: http://twitter.com/LoolouLewisThank you for coming on my podcast Lucille!Want to join Medium?  Learn more through my affiliate link: https://medium.com/@ruanwillow/membershipConnect with Ruan: https://linktr.ee/RuanWillowNew Audiobook: Daddy Never Had to Use His Belt on Me Before: A BDSM Impact Play Spanking Story (affiliate) worldwide access: https://storyoriginapp.com/universalaudiobooklinks/9b69e62e-19ab-11ed-9d46-676ce26d62f8 Amazon US Store affiliate link: https://amzn.to/3vYOafePodcast merchandise!  https://www.bonfire.com/oh-fck-yeah/Up a RiverWidowed Lisa joins her favorite author for a cruise on the Rhine and meets Captain Dalton.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Do you want to change the world?Insight Out reveals transformational insights that can change your life and the world!Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Summit Health & WellnessTogether, let's get healthy and fall in love with the process. Make yourself a priority

    BabyBus Kids’ Stories: Bedtime Stories
    Good Night, Little Bruin

    BabyBus Kids’ Stories: Bedtime Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 7:54


    Do you like dessert? Cake, Juice, Doughnut, Ice cream, Pudding and Chocolate...So many yummy desserts around us! Ouch! Who got a toothache? Who went to dental clinic again and again? Come to listen this fun story and learn about good habit to protect our teeth! Subscribe to the podcast and share it to your friends to enjoy more free episodes together. We're also looking forward to your valuable reviews ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐. Suggestions are welcomed at babybusaudio-en@babybus.com!

    Effekt AP
    The Children of the Song - Part 6

    Effekt AP

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 90:16


    The crew are roused from their seance, there has been a murder! So'Ka the skavara is missing leaving only his Capybara. The crew and the Children of the Song try to make sense of what they have experienced, in an atmosphere is distrust.Guest starting two patrons, Jon and Will. The last part of Children of the SongLike what we do?Please review us on your directory of choice or PodchaserBuy The Last Cyclade via our affiliate linkCheckout our regular podcast to hear Matt and Dave discuss and create content for (mostly Swedish) RPGsFind transcripts and other stuff on our blogs: FictionSuit and RPGGodsMusic is Nomad, from Stars in a Black Sky, played with permission from Free League Publishing ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

    The Cromcast: A Weird Fiction Podcast
    Season 16, Episode 1: Companions on the Road by Tanith Lee, Part 1

    The Cromcast: A Weird Fiction Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022


    Welcome back, Cromrades! It's a new season and a journey down a new road, with new companions. We're taking a trip with Tanith Lee! Join us as we discuss the first half of her sword and sorcery novella "Companions on the Road!" Learn more about Tanith Lee on Blackgate.com!One ThingsJon: 50 Years of WatergateJosh: Dark Horse Conan, particularly the letters and Two Gun Bob back matter.Luke: The

    On the Nose
    The Scream Clarifies an Elsewhere

    On the Nose

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 63:07


    Last week, Graywolf Press released Civil Service, the debut poetry collection by Jewish Currents Culture Editor Claire Schwartz. The book is a daring study of the violence woven into our world, from everyday encounters to the material of language itself. The poems unfold in three main sequences: a quartet of lyric lectures, a fragmentary narrative that follows a cast of archetypal figures named for the coordinates of their complicities with power—the Dictator, the Curator, the Accountant, and so on—and a series of interrogation scenes centered on a spectral, fugitive figure named Amira, who gives us a glimpse of another world. To celebrate the release of Civil Service, Schwartz spoke with Managing Editor Nathan Goldman and the book's editor at Graywolf Press, Chantz Erolin, about the book, as well as poems by Paul Celan and Edmond Jabès that deeply informed it. They discussed dispersed responsibility for state violence, thinking as feeling, and the political possibilities of poetry. Works Mentioned: https://bookshop.org/a/1530/9781644450949 (Civil Service) by Claire Schwartz “https://granta.com/lecture-on-loneliness/ (Lecture on Loneliness)” by Claire Schwartz “https://www.sas.upenn.edu/~cavitch/pdf-library/Freud_MourningAndMelancholia.pdf (Mourning and Melancholia)” by Sigmund Freud “https://apogeejournal.org/2016/09/06/the-felt-house-that-moves-us-a-conversation-with-saretta-morgan/ (The Felt House That Moves Us: A Conversation with Saretta Morgan),” a conversation with Muriel Leung and Joey De Jesus “https://sahityaparikrama.weebly.com/uploads/1/2/0/9/120943912/the_concept_of_character_in_fiction_william_gass.pdf (The Concept of Character in Fiction)” by William H. Gass The Souls of Black Folk by W.E.B. Du Bois “https://poets.org/poem/death-fugue (Death Fugue)” by Paul Celan, trans. Pierre Joris “https://poets.org/poem/stretto (Stretto)” by Paul Celan, trans. Pierre Joris “https://jewishcurrents.org/celans-ferryman (Celan's Ferryman),” a conversation between Fanny Howe and Pierre Joris Voyage of the Sable Venus by Robin Coste Lewis “https://lithub.com/robin-coste-lewis-black-joy-is-my-primary-aesthetic/ (Robin Coste Lewis: ‘Black Joy is My Primary Aesthetic,')” a conversation between Claire Schwartz and Robin Coste Lewis The Book of Questions by Edmond Jabès, trans. Rosmarie Waldrop “https://tinhouse.com/podcast/rosmarie-waldrop-the-nick-of-time/ (Rosmarie Waldrop: The Nick of Time),” a conversation with David Naimon  Austerlitz by W.G. Sebald, trans. Anthea Bell “https://nourbese.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Gasp.pdf (The Ga(s)p)” by M. NourbeSe Philip “https://www.newyorker.com/culture/persons-of-interest/fred-motens-radical-critique-of-the-present (Fred Moten's Radical Critique of the Present)” by David S. Wallace Minima Moralia by Theodor Adorno Reconsidering Reparations by Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò “https://jewishcurrents.org/assuming-the-perspective-of-the-ancestor (Assuming the Perspective of the Ancestor),” a conversation between Claire Schwartz and Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò “https://lithub.com/perennial-a-poem-by-claire-schwartz/ (Perennial)” by Claire Schwartz Thanks to Jesse Brenneman for producing and to Nathan Salsburg for the use of his song “VIII (All That Were Calculated Have Passed).”

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast
    COLOUR written and read by Victoria Findlay - audiobook extract

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 1:47


    On a journey that takes her from Afghanistan, to the Australian outback, to ancient caves in China, and the saffron harvest in Spain, Victoria Finlay gives an extraordinary and compelling account of the history of colour. Colour unlocks the history of the colours of the rainbow, and reveals how paints came to be invented, discovered, traded and used. This remarkable and beautifully written book, part travelogue part narrative history, remembers a time when red paint was really the colour of blood, when orange was the poison pigment, blue as expensive as gold and yellow made from the urine of cows force-fed with mangoes. It looks at how green was carried by yaks along the silk road, and how an entire nation was founded on the colour purple. Exciting, richly informative and always surprising, Colour lifts the lid on the historical palette and unearths an astonishing wealth of stories about the quest for colours, and our efforts to understand them.

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast
    YOU'RE INVITED by Amanda Jayatissa, read by Shimali De Silva, Soneela Nankani & Deepa Samuel

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 3:01


    What could be worse than your ex-boyfriend marrying your childhood best friend? Getting accused of her murder… From the author of My Sweet Girl comes a dangerously addictive new thriller about a lavish Sri Lankan wedding celebration that not everyone will survive. When Amaya is invited to Kaavi's over-the-top wedding in Sri Lanka, she is surprised and a little hurt to hear from her former best friend after so many years of radio silence. But when Amaya learns that the groom is her very own ex-boyfriend, she is consumed by a single thought: She must stop the wedding from happening, no matter the cost. But as the week of wedding celebrations begin and rumors about Amaya's past begin to swirl, she can't help but feel like she also has a target on her back. When Kaavi goes missing and is presumed dead, all evidence points to Amaya. However, nothing is as it seems as Jayatissa expertly unravels that each wedding guest has their own dark secret and agenda, and Amaya may not be the only one with a plan to keep the bride from getting her happily ever after…

    To Your Good Health Radio
    Food Sanity: How to Eat in a World of Fads & Fiction

    To Your Good Health Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022


    Dr. Friedman shares insights from his book,  Food Sanity,  including his "common science meets common sense" approach to healthy eating in an unhealthy nation.Has all the contradiction on diet and nutrition left you feeling frustrated and confused? Should we follow a Paleo diet and eat like a caveman or go with a plant-based diet and eat like a gorilla? Should we starve ourselves on the latest intermittent fasting diet, or go on a ketogenic diet and eat a lot of fats and low carbs? What about grains? Are they good for us, or a leading cause of disease? Do eggs cause high cholesterol or lower it? All this confusion is enough to make your head spin!It's the reason why Dr. David Friedman wrote his #1 National Bestselling book, Food Sanity: How to Eat in a World of Fads and Fiction. For two decades as a syndicated television health expert and radio host, he's interviewed hundreds of scientists, doctors, and best-selling authors hoping to share information to help his audience reach their optimal health. Unfortunately, each guest would contradict the previous expert, creating more confusion than clarity.While most health experts seem to disagree, there is one thing they all agree on, food has the power to heal the body or make it sick. The key is figuring out what should be at the end of our fork.In this episode, Dr. Friedman shares a common science meets common sense approach that puts an end to many of today's food myths including: You don't need to drink cow's milk for strong bones. In fact, research shows it causes brittle bones! Beef doesn't give us the protein humans require. Fish do not contain toxic levels of mercury and can be eaten every day! Eggs don't cause high cholesterol, in fact, they lower it! Cavemen were mostly vegetarians and forensic evidence proves it! Grains (with gluten) reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, lowers blood sugar and aids in weight loss! Counting calories makes you gain weight. Salt (the right kind) isn't bad for you. In fact, it reduces heart disease, lowers blood pressure and aids in weight loss. Some vitamin supplements are made from toxic ingredients also used to make gasoline, nail polish remover, laundry detergent and ammonia. This segment comes with a WARNING: Be prepared for some major “Aha” moments!

    Dani 3Palacios Podcast
    361. Mega Ciudad perdida.

    Dani 3Palacios Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 5:09


    Al noroeste del Cabo de San Antonio, en el extremo más occidental de la Isla de Cuba, el misterio de una inusual depresión submarina a aproximadamente 700 metros de profundidad, es motivo de increíbles leyendas y profundas investigaciones científicas.

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast
    THIEF PRISONER SOLDIER PRIEST written and read by Paul Cowley - audiobook extract

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 4:54


    An inspiring and raw autobiography from the Reverend Paul Cowley MBE. Paul Cowley grew up in Manchester amid the chaotic world of his alcoholic parents. His early exposure to heavy drinking, explosive arguments and the unnerving aggression of his father led him into homelessness and crime. By 17, he was behind bars. Years later, following a career in the army which 'made a man of him' yet ultimately failed to give him direction and purpose, Paul's search for meaning resulted in an unexpected encounter with God that changed his life for ever. This remarkable and touching account of his early years, from thief to prisoner, soldier and, eventually, priest, should inspire anyone who feels their life is out of control. It is, by turns, a dramatic, traumatic and comic story, yet one that stands as a testament to how God offers hope to all who have the courage to respond.

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast
    THE VERY SECRET SOCIETY OF IRREGULAR WITCHES by Sangu Mandanna, read by Samara MacLaren

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 5:44


    She found magic in the most unlikely of places. A cosy, heartwarming and uplifting magical romance about an isolated witch whose opportunity to embrace a quirky new family—and a new love—changes the course of her life. As one of the few witches in Britain, Mika Moon has lived her life by three rules: hide your magic, keep your head down, and stay away from other witches. An orphan raised by strangers from a young age, Mika is good at being alone, and she doesn't mind it...mostly. But then an unexpected message arrives, begging her to travel to the remote and mysterious Nowhere House to teach three young witches, and Mika jumps at the chance for a different life. Nowhere House is nothing like she expects, and she's quickly tangled up in the lives and secrets of its quirky, caring inhabitants...and Jamie, the handsome, prickly librarian who would do anything to protect his charges, and who sees Mika's arrival as a threat. An irritatingly appealing threat. As Mika finds her feet, the thought of belonging somewhere starts to feel like a real possibility. But magic isn't the only danger in the world, and soon Mika will need to decide whether to risk everything to protect the found family she didn't know she was looking for....

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast
    THE LOST MAN OF BOMBAY by Vaseem Khan, read by Maya Saroya - audiobook extract

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 8:29


    The third incredible novel in the highly acclaimed Malabar House series featuring Persis Wadia, India's first female police detective. Bombay, 1950 The monsoon has started and as Bombay grapples with rain-induced chaos, a new case arrives at Malabar House. A man has been found frozen in the foothills of the Himalayas, near the town of Dehra Dun, his face crushed. The case is handed to the unflappable Inspector Persis Wadia and the man is christened 'The Ice Man' by the national media. Who is he? How long has he been there? Why was he killed? As Persis and Metropolitan Police criminalist Archie Blackfinch investigate the case, they uncover a trail left by the enigmatic Ice Man that leads directly into a decades-old conspiracy. Meanwhile, two new murders send ripples of fear through Bombay. Is there a serial killer on the loose? Dark, immersive, and full of Vaseem Khan's trademark wit, this is historical fiction at its finest. Book one in this series, Midnight at Malabar House, won the CWA Sapere Books Historical Dagger and was an international ebook best seller.

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast
    THE QUEEN OF ATTOLIA by Megan Whalen Turner, read by Owen Findlay - audiobook extract

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 5:13


    The second novel in the Queen's Thief series. Forsaken by the gods and left to his own devices, Eugenides, Royal Thief of Eddis, summons all his wit and wiles in an attempt to conquer the rival queen of Attolia. Revenge... When Eugenides, the Thief of Eddis, stole Hamiathes' Gift, the queen of Attolia lost more than a mythical relic. She lost face. Everyone knew that Eugenides had outwitted and escaped her. To restore her reputation and reassert her power, the queen of Attolia will go to any length and accept any help that is offered...she will risk her country to execute the perfect revenge. ...but... Eugenides can steal anything. And he taunts the queen of Attolia, moving through her strongholds seemingly at will. So Attolia waits, secure in the knowledge that the Thief will slip, that he will haunt her palace one too many times. ...at what price? When Eugenides finds his small mountain country at war with Attolia, he must steal a man, he must steal a queen, he must steal peace. But his greatest triumph—and his greatest loss—comes in capturing something that the queen of Attolia thought she had sacrificed long ago....

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast
    KIKI MAN RAY by Mark Braude, read by Karen Cass - audiobook extract

    HodderPod - Hodder books podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 8:08


    The story of Alice Prin, aka Kiki—who captivated 1920s Paris—and her tumultuous relationship with photographer Man Ray Though many have never heard her name, Alice Prin—Kiki de Montparnasse—was the icon of 1920s Paris. She captivated as a ground-breaking nightclub performer, wrote a bestselling memoir, sold out exhibitions of her paintings, and shared drinks with the likes of Pablo Picasso, Peggy Guggenheim, Marcel Duchamp and Gertrude Stein. She also shepherded along the career of the then-unknown American photographer: Man Ray. Following Kiki in the years between 1921 and 1929, when she lived and worked with Man Ray, Kiki Man Ray charts their decade-long entanglement and reveals how Man Ray—always the unabashed careerist—went on to become one of the most famous photographers of the twentieth century, enjoying wealth and fame, while Kiki's legacy was lost. But this isn't a story of an overbearing male genius and his defeated muse. During the 1920s it was Kiki, not Man Ray, who was the brighter of the two rising stars and a powerful figure among the close-knit community of models, painters, writers and café wastrels who made their homes in gritty Montparnasse. Following the couple as they created art, struggled for power and competed for fame, Kiki Man Ray illuminates for the first time Kiki's seminal influence on the culture of 1920s Paris, and challenges ideas about artists and muses, and the lines separating the two.

    ABorderPrince Warhammer Lore and History
    SHADOW POINT BY GORDON RENNIE PART 1 WARHAMMER 40K AUDIO

    ABorderPrince Warhammer Lore and History

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 69:12


    SHADOW POINT BY GORDON RENNIE PART 1 WARHAMMER 40K AUDIO The first part of the sequel to Execution Hour by Gordon Rennie. Excellent classic Warhammer 40k Fiction covering The Gothic Sector War, with Abaddon the Despoiler, Leoten Semper and his ship the Lord Solar Macharius.  Check Audible for a free audiobook following my affiliate link which helps me: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Audible-Membership/dp/B00OPA2XFG?actionCode=AMN30DFT1Bk06604291990WX&tag=aborderprince-21 Thanks! Emperor Protects! #WARHAMMER #40K #SCIFI -----------------------Affiliate links-----------------------------

    True Southeast Asia Horror Stories - GHOST MAPS
    #62: Possessed on Tekong: Hungry Ghost Month 2022 - GHOST MAPS - True Southeast Asian Horror Stories

    True Southeast Asia Horror Stories - GHOST MAPS

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 12:57


    In the third of this year's weekly Hungry Ghost Month stories, a recruit on Pulau Tekong is possessed. Can his bunkmates save him—before he hurts someone else? Inspired by an account from Elton. Ghost Maps follows an unnamed narrator as he chronicles true accounts of the supernatural across Southeast Asia.   Nanyang Vice is one of the fastest growing and well-received Mandarin Horror Podcast. It mainly talks about urban legends, strange people, real crimes, etc. in Southeast Asian countries, as well as its unique, movie-like thriller creation Story, let the audience become the protagonist of the story, stirring your imagination of fear and a thrilling auditory experience.   Nanyang Vice frequently tops the Fiction list of Apple Podcasts in across 5 regions of, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia and Singapore.  New episodes go up every Monday and Friday, horror and ghosts lovers, don't miss it!   ►NAYANG VICE PODCAST:  https://linktr.ee/NYQW.podcast   ►FOLLOW US: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wearehantu/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/wearehantu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wearehantu/ Website: https://www.hantu.sg/   ►SUPPORT US: Libsyn: https://signup.libsyn.com/?promo_code=HANTU Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/wearehantu Merchandise: https://www.redbubble.com/people/wearehantu/shop   ►MUSIC CREDITS: Kevin Macleod: https://incompetech.com Myuu: https://www.youtube.com/user/myuuji Artlist: https://artlist.io/     ►THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS ON PATREON:  Stanley Santos Linda Haden NeoVegasAssassin Mai Ceph, the Writing Spook Elisabeth Cherepanova Nicolez Phua Andika Bramantio Medidi Stephens Miranda Pruett Abby Wintker Dyah Candra Hapsari Subagyo Adnan Salim Tom Johari R.Y Aayush Gupta Niko   ►ABOUT HANTU: #trueghoststory #ghoststory #ghoststories #horrorstory #horrorstories #southeastsia #singapore #ghostmaps #deadair #podcast #wearehantu #hantu #hantusg

    One True Podcast
    One True Sentence #21 with Billy Collins

    One True Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 49:34


    Billy Collins, the author of numerous collections of poetry and the U.S. Poet Laureate from 2001 to 2003 , shares his one true sentence from "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place."

    The Storyteller’s Mission with Zena Dell Lowe
    SPECIAL EPISODE: In this Keynote Presentation from Day 2 at The Well, Zena Demonstrates Four Clever Ways to Employ Visual Images that will Instantly Increase the Power of Your Story

    The Storyteller’s Mission with Zena Dell Lowe

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 47:04


    S2_E50.  The Well Keynote Day 2 – Four Clever Ways to Employ Visual Images that will Instantly Increase the Power of Your StorySupport the Show on Paypal@Missionranchfilms! EPISODE DESCRIPTION – There are things that we can do as a Christian community to up our game as storytellers and to not rely so heavily on message. Simply put, we must begin using visual images to convey deeper levels of meaning in our stories.  We elevate the craft of writing and take our skills to the next level when we master these techniques. We will be able to accomplish Maya Angelou talks about, where our stories "slide past the brain and go straight to the heart." The way to accomplish this is through the employment of visual images, but how do we avoid drawing attention to our techniques? We want to engage the heart. And employing visual images helps us to accomplish this, but what exactly does that look like? Tune in to this keynote and you'll find out. DOWNLOAD FULL TRANSCRIPTS FOR FREE on the podcast page of our website.  UP NEXT - Next week, we will explore four key professional breakthroughs Zena has had as a writer that you can appropriate for your own life and career.  HELPFUL LINKS AND RESOURCES - The Storyteller's Mission online platform offers one-on-one COACHING, SCRIPT and MANUSCRIPT CRITIQUES, and ADVANCED CLASSES ON WRITING. Send us an email at info@thestorytellersmission.com, or if you have a question or a specific writing related topic that you would like Zena to consider addressing on a future episode, LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL!Support the show

    TED Talks Daily
    Storytelling in a data-hooked world | The TED Interview

    TED Talks Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 28:15 Very Popular


    Jennifer Egan is a journalist and writer whose novel "A Visit from the Goon Squad" won both the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction. Using a unique format -- including a whole chapter told through PowerPoint -- Egan nimbly explores the mystery and complexity of human life in the digital age. Her newest book, "The Candy House," poses similar questions around technology, memory and authenticity. In this excerpt from The TED Interview, the author talks candidly to host Steven Johnson about her creative process, considers the role of the novelist in a tech-driven world and makes an argument for how fiction can shift our consciousness. This episode is part of the TED Talks Daily summer book club, a series featuring talks and interviews to inspire your next great read.

    Courtney & Company
    Missouri - Fact Or Fiction

    Courtney & Company

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 4:58


    Are these statements about Missouri FACT or FICTION?

    BabyBus Kids’ Stories: Bedtime Stories
    Safety Sheriff Labrador: The Mystery of the Boohoo Monster

    BabyBus Kids’ Stories: Bedtime Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 6:51


    Sheriff Labrador, please help! Little Tortoise… Little Tortoise has been captured by…by the Boohoo Monster. There is mysterious crying sounds coming from the canyon. Is there a terrifying Boohoo Monster is hiding in the canyon, does he catch little tortoise? Listen to this story and discover secret with Sheriff Labrador! Subscribe to the podcast, you'll reach new episode in the first time! Leave your valuable reviews ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and share it with friends to enjoy wonderful stories together.

    Stories Behind the Story with Better Reading
    Ruth Ozeki: on winning the 2022 Women's Prize for Fiction

    Stories Behind the Story with Better Reading

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 33:07


    Ruth Ozeki talks to Cheryl Akle about winning the 2022 Women's Prize for Fiction, and how certain books find us at the right time. Her latest novel, The Book of Form and Emptiness is available now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Darkness Loves Us

    Tennille and Sara present their book report on Hide by Kiersten White. The also deal with seating arrangements and turn you on to so many upcoming spooky movies.

    Miss Z's Story Telling
    Heat- May part 3

    Miss Z's Story Telling

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 33:57


    Everything is becoming hectic in their lives. Geneva is trying to have Christmas in May, but her plans are going haywire. Crystal, Noah and Deeka must deal with her emotions. Chevy is trying to get herself together as she is kicked out of McDonalds as she tries to get some sleep.Heat written by Geneva HollidaySupport the show

    The Relic Radio Show (old time radio)
    The Saint and Box 13

    The Relic Radio Show (old time radio)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 Very Popular


    The Relic Radio Show begins with The Saint this week. We hear Greed Causes Murder, his story from August 14, 1949. (25:10) Our second story is Double Mothers, the October 10, 1948, episode of Box 13. https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12022/RelicRadio801.mp3 Download RelicRadio801

    Kinky Ladies Book Club
    Quickie 5 | All Puss!es Get Eaten

    Kinky Ladies Book Club

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 5:10


    Nichole traumatizes her brother and Kayla makes a magic, orgasmic lasagna. Last week the Kinky Ladies had a love/hate affair with Kimber Lee's How to Kill an Incubus. Be a babe and join the book club with our Facebook Group, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Plus, if you really want to please us, we love a listener who rates & subscribes, especially on Apple Podcasts. Have a hot read? Email us at kinkyladiespodcast@gmail.com. We adore your feedback and suggestions, but please, no dick pics. 

    The Chills at Will Podcast
    Episode 136 with Rachel Yoder, Witty, Prescient, and Skillfully-Creative Author of Nightbitch

    The Chills at Will Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 64:48


    Episode 136 Notes and Links to Rachel Yoder's Work        On Episode 136 of The Chills at Will Podcast, Pete welcomes Rachel Yoder, and the two discuss, among other topics, her Mennonite upbringing that was rich with books and libraries, her inspirations from her background and from college professors, and the myriad relatable and profound themes that populate her smash-hit Nightbitch, as Rachel shares the excitement that comes with the movie being adapted into a film. Rachel and Pete also discuss archetypes and double-standards and pressures both external and internal that come with motherhood and parenthood.        Rachel Yoder is the author of Nightbitch (Doubleday), her debut novel released in July 2021, which has also been optioned for film by Annapurna Pictures with Amy Adams set to star. She is a graduate of the Iowa Nonfiction Writing Program and also holds an MFA in fiction from the University of Arizona. Her writing has been awarded with The Editors' Prize in Fiction by The Missouri Review and with notable distinctions in Best American Short Stories and Best American Nonrequired Reading. She is also a founding editor of draft: the journal of process. Rachel grew up in a Mennonite community in the Appalachian foothills of eastern Ohio. She now lives in Iowa City with her husband and son. Rachel Yoder's Website   Buy Rachel's Nightbitch   Review of Nightbitch-“a feral debut” in The Guardian    Information from Variety about Upcoming Movie Version of Nighbitch At about 1:50, Rachel talks about the exciting prospects for Nightbitch being made into a movie   At about 3:25, Rachel describes growing up in Ohio and her relationship with language and reading   At about 6:50, Rachel tells of the John Benton books she read as a child   At about 8:55, Rachel describes how writing was a “natural thing” and a hobby and how writing became essential during her time in Arizona   At about 11:00, Rachel cites Raymond Carver, Amy Hempel, Lorrie Moore, Hemingway, Pam Houston, and others as “formative writers” for her   At about 12:30, Rachel talks about short stories that changed the way she viewed the medium; she cites Amy Hempel's “The Harvest”   At about 15:05, Rachel talks about contemporary writers who thrill and inspire her, include Miriam Toews, Ottessa Moshfegh   At about 16:55, Rachel gives background on her immediate post-college jobs and writing background   At about 18:05, Rachel responds to Pete's question about how visual art and the idea of the muse work in with her writing process and writing material   At about 21:10, Rachel reads from the beginning of the book and discusses the genesis of the book's title    At about 25:20, Pete and Rachel ruminate on the dog from the book as a literal thing   At about 26:30, Pete shares the book blurb from Carmen Maria Machado in citing comparisons to Kafka's work; Rachel then discusses the balance between writing allegory and straightforward prose   At about 29:55, Pete contributes to a possible future blurb with another comparison of the book to another   At about 30:30, Rachel explains her thought process in not giving a name to the titular character   At about 31:45, Pete cites a famous quote in pointing out Rachel's work and subject matter work so well as fiction   At about 32:20, Pete and Rachel discuss themes of the singular focus of motherhood and “before and after motherhood”   At about 36:55, Pete and Rachel highlight ideas of ambition and regret and burdens carried by women intergenerationally with regard to moving scenes from the book   At about 40:20, Pete wonders about ideas of blame and culpability for oppression targeting women, and Rachel analyzes Nightbitch's background and how it informed her later life   At about 43:35, Mommy groups (!) are discussed, along with the lasting image from the book   At about 44:50, The two discuss the role and importance of the “mystic, the iconoclast” who was Nightbitch's grandmother   At about 45:50, Rachel discusses the stylistic choice of italicizing certain lines in her book   At about 47:20, The two talk about Wanda White and her Field Guide and their importance in the book   At about 50:00, Rachel explains background on the needs for community and their    At about 51:30, The two discuss themes of art and performance and their myriad meanings in conjunction with the book   At about 55:15, Pete compliments Rachel's writing that serves as informational and affecting without becoming didactic; Pete reads a profound paragraph from page 237 that illustrates this   At about 1:10:00, Rachel outlines some future projects   At about 1:02:50, Rachel gives her social media info and recommends places to buy the book, including Prairie Lights Bookstore, where you can a signed copy     You can now subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and leave me a five-star review. You can also ask for the podcast by name using Alexa, and find the pod on Stitcher, Spotify, and on Amazon Music. Follow me on IG, where I'm @chillsatwillpodcast, or on Twitter, where I'm @chillsatwillpo1. You can watch other episodes on YouTube-watch and subscribe to The Chills at Will Podcast Channel. Please subscribe to both my YouTube Channel and my podcast while you're checking out this episode.  This is a passion project of mine, a DIY operation, and I'd love for your help in promoting what I'm convinced is a unique and spirited look at an often-ignored art form.     The intro song for The Chills at Will Podcast is “Wind Down” (Instrumental Version), and the other song played on this episode was “Hoops” (Instrumental)” by Matt Weidauer, and both songs are used through ArchesAudio.com.     Please tune in for Episode 137 with Jose Antonio Vargas, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Emmy-nominated filmmaker, and Tony-nominated producer. A leading voice for the human rights of immigrants, his best-selling memoir, Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen, was published by HarperCollins in 2018. His second book, White Is Not a Country, will be published by Knopf in 2023.     The episode will air on August 12. 

    Talking Scared
    104 – Michael J. Seidlinger and Strange Footsteps at Midnight

    Talking Scared

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 73:24


    Are your doors and windows locked? Good. ‘Cos this one is going to scare you!This week I'm joined by Michael J. Seidlinger, author of the new home-invasion nightmare, Anybody Home. You've read this scenario before – invasion, torture, death and suffering – but never like this.  We talk about why home invasion is so singularly frightening, about the role of movies and lenses in our hyper-surveillant culture, we disagree on the current state of experimental fiction, and Michael gives perhaps the most startling answer yet to the question of where did the idea for this book come from… All that, plus my rantings on the morality of torture porn, some really geeky video game chat, heavy metal metaphors, and an afterword containing some important questions for the future of this show.  Enjoy! Anybody Home is published August 16th by CLASH booksOther books discussed in this episode include:The Shards (2023), by Bret Easton EllisHoarders (2021), by Kate DurbinFrank (2002), by R. M. Berry“The Death of the Author” (1967), by John Barthes – read here Support Talking Scared on Patreon Come talk books on Twitter @talkscaredpod, on Instagram, or email direct to talkingscaredpod@gmail.com Support the show

    A Good Story is Hard to Find
    Good Story 288: Ted Lasso, Season 1

    A Good Story is Hard to Find

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022


    Scott brings Julie a shortbread biscuit before they record every podcast. She's dying to find out where he buys them. Episode 288: Ted Lasso, Season 1, from Apple TV.Download or listen via this link: |Episode #288| Subscribe to the podcast via this link: Feedburner Or subscribe via iTunes by clicking: |HERE| We've added a couple of pages to this blog that we'll add to over time!Our Favorite Books.Our Favorite Movies.If you'd like, leave a comment with your suggestions!

    NOUVEAU MODELE
    [REDIFFUSION] LUCIE LUCAS, la fiction comme outil pour faire passer des messages engagés

    NOUVEAU MODELE

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 59:27


    ☀️ C'est l'été sur Nouveau Modèle ! J'ai donc fait une sélection d'anciens épisodes pour vous proposer de découvrir ou de redécouvrir des invitées engagées. Dans cet épisode, je reçois l'actrice Lucie Lucas.Lucie m'a reçue chez elle en Bretagne, dans une magnifique maison en pleine nature. J'ai même eu la chance de visiter l'immense potager qu'elle cultive avec son mari. Pour l'enregistrement on s'est installées à côté de la cheminée, sur un canapé, et elle a répondu à mes questions avec beaucoup de simplicité.Je lui ai demandé quel rôle devait jouer les actrices et les acteurs dans la transition écologique et dans la promotion d'une mode plus responsable. On a aussi échangé sur la fiction comme outil pour faire passer des messages engagés et sur le pouvoir de l'action pour faire face à l'éco-anxiété. Je vous souhaite une très belle écoute ! —— Références : Suivre Lucie Lucas : https://www.instagram.com/lucie_lucas_comedienne/ Borne GobUse : http://www.gobusefrance.com FabBRICK : https://www.fab-brick.com Hedy Lamarr : https://www.futura-sciences.com/sciences/personnalites/sciences-hedy-lamarr-1624/ —— Mixage : Thomas Lenglain