Garrett has a great chat with Walter Linares from the Iowa City Bike Library as they discuss the public health benefits of biking and community-wide access to cycling resources. Learn more about the bike library at https://www.icbikelibrary.org/ A transcript of this episode will be available soon. Have an question for our podcast crew or an idea for an episode? You can email them at CPH-GradAmbassador@uiowa.edu You can also support "From the Front Row" by sharing this episode and others with your friends, colleagues, and social networks.
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Front Row reviews the week's cultural highlights. Samira Ahmed is joined by critics Sarah Crompton and Isabel Stevens to discuss William Oldroyd's new film Eileen and a production of The House of Bernarda Alba at the National Theatre. The Pogues frontman Shane MacGowan, who is often described as one of the 20th Century's greatest song-writers, has died age 65. Irish broadcaster John Kelly remembers him.Ian Youngs reports from Bristol's new music venue Bristol Beacon, formerly Colston Hall, which is re-opening after a five year refurbishment and a name change. It's now a state of the art concert venue, but the work has proved controversial due to escalating costs. And Barbara Walker, who is shortlisted for this year's Turner Prize, talks about how her portraits capture people affected by the Windrush scandal. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Eliane Glaser
Since 1994 Sir Richard Mantle has been General Director of Opera North. He's led the company through the creation of a new home in Leeds; the establishment of the Howard Assembly Room - a performance space for all kinds of music; and many award-winning opera productions. As he leaves the company, at a time when cuts to opera funding have been making headlines, he joins Front Row to discuss why he thinks opera has much to contribute to culture in the UK.Singer-songwriter Billie Marten, from Ripon in Yorkshire, performs tracks from her fourth album, Drop Cherries, ahead of her UK tour, which starts this Saturday in Liverpool. As his new public sculpture, Hibiscus Rising, is unveiled in Leeds, artist Yinka Shonibare talks to Nick about creating a work that marks a dark episode in the city's history and provides a place to come together for all the communities in the city today.Presenter Nick Ahad Producer: Ekene Akalawu
We discuss FSU's 12-0 season, a program-record number of All-ACC selections, CFP chances, and much more with Osceola Insider Bob Ferrante. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Liz and Brian's morning routine has changed drastically. Just when they thought they'd discovered a nice quiet hidey-hole to indulge in some golfy meditation, a bunch of rude gatecrashers (and a soggy beast) forced Liz to act quite strangely. Talking of strange… In this weeks husband and wife we discuss the glorious habits of the Queen's alkie sister, why Brian feels inferior to a hunk who never sleeps and what on earth we will tell our 19-year-old daughter, Tess when she comes home for Christmas and is faced with a lucky bag. Don't forget to leave us a review (PLEASE!!) and share this podcast with a friend! Sharing is caring, and your support means the world to us! We want to hear from you! Drop us a line and let us know where you are listening from! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Links mentioned in the show: Sign up for Liz's FREE newsletter, The Front Row now! Liz's latest book, THE TRAVEL BOG DIARIES
For what would have been the 100th birthday of soprano Maria Callas, Front Row brought together singer Dame Sarah Connolly and music critic Fiona Maddocks to reassess her achievements and influence in the world of opera.After successfully teaming up during the pandemic to create the album, Lost in the Cedar Wood, musician and actor Johnny Flynn and nature writer and poet Robert Macfarlane talk to Tom about their second collaboration – The Moon Also Rises, and Johnny performs live in the Front Row studio.Rory Pilgrim is one of the artists shortlisted for this year's Turner Prize. He discusses his work which combines song writing, composition, films, texts, drawings, paintings and live performances.Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Ciaran Bermingham
A special edition of Front Row, live from the Booker Prize for Fiction. Samira Ahmed is joined on stage by Booker Prize judges actor Adjoa Andoh and Shakespeare scholar James Shapiro to discuss this year's shortlist, before the chair of judges, novelist Esi Edugyan, announces the winner live on air. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who spent six years in detention in Iran, gives the keynote speech about the power of literature to take us to another world. Front Row will also hear from all this year's shortlisted authors, whose novels cover climate change, a democracy sliding into extremism, prejudice, grief and the complexities of race in America. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Olivia Skinner
Tom and KJ preview the UF game, talk Men's Basketball's big win over Colorado, and much more with Osceola Insider Bob Ferrante. Happy Thanksgiving Noles! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
November 22 will be the 60th anniversary of one of the darkest days in American History. President John F. Kennedy's assassination has long been the subject of discussion and debate. Brandon Davis (Front Row Classics) and Lou Hare (Guilty Pleasures) are marking this anniversary by discussing one of the most talked about movies of the last generation, Oliver Stone's JFK. This 1991 film boasts one of the finest all star casts ever assembled for a movie. Brandon and Lou discuss the performances, expert pacing and pure entertainment this film brings. They also discuss how the film may have opened a pandora's box of conspiracy theories that have permeated the American zeitgeist over the last 30 years.
Worauf kommt es an, wenn man digitales B2B Marketing effektiv betreiben möchte? Erik spricht in seiner heutigen Podcast-Folge mit Bjoern Sjut, Co-Founder & Managing Director von Front Row, unter anderem über komplexe Funnels und wie man es schafft, messbare Wachstumsmaschinen hierfür zu bauen. Wie können passende Strategien für die einzelnen Phasen im SaaS-Marketing aussehen? Last but not least diskutieren die beiden darüber, welche Faktoren eigentlich die wichtigste Rolle spielen, um eine langfristig erfolgreiche Customer Journey aufzubauen. Ihr bekommt in diesem Podcast Antworten auf folgende spannende Fragen : - Was zeichnet komplexe Funnels im SaaS-Marketing aus? - Wie relevant ist die Digitalisierung des B2B-Marketing für meinen Sales-Erfolg? - Welche B2B-Bereiche sind besonders wachstumsstark? - Wie baue ich eine messbare “Wachstumsmaschine” für den B2B-Bereich? - Wer verantwortet den Auf- und Ausbau einer digitalen Customer Journey im Unternehmen? - Welches Vorgehen empfiehlst du für die Umsetzung von Account-basiertem Marketing (ABM)? Über Bjoern Sjut Bjoern Sjut ist Mitgründer und Geschäftsführer der Agenturgruppe „Front Row“ (früher Finc3), die sich mit internationalem B2B Performance Marketing, E-Commerce Marktplatzoptimierung, High End CRM und Actionable Analytics beschäftigt. Er ist Autor mehrerer OMR Reports und regelmäßiger Speaker auf internationalen Online Marketing Konferenzen.
In this week's episode, husband and wife Liz and Brian set out to discover if it is healthy for a couple to spill the beans about personal stuff online. Reveal all. Is it really necessary to wash those filthy sheets in public, or should 'things like that' be folded neatly into a square and rammed into the top drawer with the flowery hankies? Let's find out... While we're at it, you'll also hear about rabbits, breasts, and Michael's best friend, Viagra. Enjoy! Don't forget to leave us a review (PLEASE!!) and share this podcast with a friend! Sharing is caring, and your support means the world to us! ❤️ We want to hear from you! Drop us a line and let us know where in the world you are listening from and if you think we overshare?!" Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Links mentioned in the show: Sign up for Liz's FREE newsletter, The Front Row now! Liz's latest book, THE TRAVEL BOG DIARIES
Rasika welcomes guest Mariah Gesink, a hospital epidemiologist, to discuss the upcoming cold and flu season and steps you can take to lessen the chances of getting sick. A transcript of this episode will be available soon. Have an question for our podcast crew or an idea for an episode? You can email them at CPH-GradAmbassador@uiowa.edu You can also support "From the Front Row" by sharing this episode and others with your friends, colleagues, and social networks.
Annette Bening and Jodie Foster star in a new sports biopic Nyad, the eponymous story of Diana Nyad who attempted to swim between Cuba and Florida in her 60s. In an exclusive interview for Front Row, Tom Sutcliffe talks to them about meeting their real-life counterparts, the importance of on screen friendship and getting time to train in the ocean. Briony Hanson, British Council's Director of Film and Kevin Le Gendre, author and journalist, review Rustin, a film about Bayard Rustin, the influential gay Black Civil Rights leader responsible for the 1963 March on Washington, and the book Amazing Grace: A Cultural History of the Beloved Hymn by James Walvin. Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Corinna Jones
In conversation with Tamala Edwards, anchor, 6abc Action News morning edition Jonathan Karl is the author of the instant New York Times bestsellers Front Row at the Trump Show and Betrayal, behind-the-scenes accounts of Donald Trump and his allies' unprecedented actions while in office and the chaotic events that followed the 2020 presidential election. The co-anchor of This Week with George Stephanopolous and chief Washington correspondent for ABC News, he has also covered some of D.C.'s most important beats, including four presidential administrations, Capitol Hill, the Pentagon, and the State Department. Karl was the president of the White House Correspondents' Association from 2019 to 2020 and has earned the Walter Cronkite Award for National Individual Achievement, an Emmy Award, and the Everett McKinley Dirksen Award, the highest honor for Congressional reporting. Replete with all new reportage, Tired of Winning examines the ways in which Trump has remolded the Republican Party in his own image, the damage he's left in his wake, and his improbable resurgence. Because you love Author Events, please make a donation to keep our podcasts free for everyone. THANK YOU! (recorded 11/15/2023)
Ian McMillan explains the challenge of translating Rossini's comedy opera, The Barber of Seville, into Yorkshire dialect and singers Oscar Castellino and Felicity Buckland along with pianist Pete Durant perform two of the Yorkshire-ised arias from this new production live in the Front Row studio. Our relationships with art objects is a subject that many visual artists are currently exploring. Two such artists are Johanna Billing and Stuart Semple who joined Nick in the Front Row studio to discuss why they think art as an object is getting in the way of appreciating art as an experience. Jesse Darling is the first in Front Row' series of interviews with the artists who are nominated for this year's Turner Prize. He uses sculpture, installation, text and sound in his work to react to the world around him, for instance contorting roller coaster tracks in an expression of life's messiness. The exhibition continues at the Towner Eastbourne, and the winner of the prize will be announced in December. The Royal Society of Arts is leading a coalition to create a ‘Northern Cultural Corridor'. Comprising leading figures in the creative industries, alongside local governments across the North of England, it is looking for ways to boost the cultural potential of the north. Andy Haldane CEO of the RSA explains how they will set about it. Presenter: Nick Ahad Producer: Ekene Akalawu
We discuss the Noles holding at #4 in the CFP rankings, recruiting news, a look ahead to North Alabama, and much more with Osceola Insider Curt Weiler. Plus, news from around FSU athletics. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of "Front Row Material" we discuss the 10 best matches of Eddie Guerreo; on this the 18th anniversary of his passing. On "Front Row Referee" we talk to our refs about life on the road, What's it like to miss birthdays, holidays and important events due to bookings. All that and so much more!
Lauren's guest is Peggy Shepard, co-founder and executive director of WE ACT for Environmental Justice. Peggy has long history of organizing and engaging Northern Manhattan residents in community-based planning and campaigns to address environmental protection and environmental health policy locally and nationally. Read more about WE ACT for Environmental Justice at https://www.weact.org/ A transcript of this episode will be available soon. Have an question for our podcast crew or an idea for an episode? You can email them at CPH-GradAmbassador@uiowa.edu You can also support "From the Front Row" by sharing this episode and others with your friends, colleagues, and social networks.
Tonight on Front Row - reviews of something old and something new. At this year's Cannes Film Festival, Anatomy of a Fall, a whodunnit fused with a portrait of a marriage and wrapped up in courtroom drama, won the Palme d'Or, and thirty years ago today, hip hop group Wu-Tang Clan released their seminal debut album, Enter The Wu-Tang Clan (36 Chambers). Musician and writer Bob Stanley, and music journalist Vie Marshall have been watching and listening and share their thoughts On the side of a pub in Sheffield "The Snog" - a mural of a middle-aged couple in a tight-embrace - by the artist Pete McKee has become a much-loved work of public art. Now McKee has expanded the story of the couple, Frank & Joy, into an immersive installation - the creation of fictional pub The Buffer's Rest - at Trafalgar Warehouse. He talks to Nick about creating Frank & Joy - A Love Story. Presenter: Nick Ahad Producer: Ekene Akalawu
To mark 400 hundred years to the day since the First Folio of Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies was published according to the True Original Copies, the BBC is celebrating this with a season of Shakespeare programmes. Front Row is looking aslant at the other artistic, literary and cultural events of 1623. Tom Sutcliffe hears from artist historian Karen Hearn about the impact of the first Palladian building in England and what was being painted. Lucy Munro traces the influence of The Spanish Match (which didn't happen) on drama. The conductor Jeremy Summerly tells Tom about the music being played and sung that year. Folklorist Steve Roud reveals how the news was delivered in broadside ballads, which found their way into Shakespeare's plays, and singer Lisa Knapp sings one. This was the year when John Donne wrote ‘no man is an island'. The big draw, apart from Donne's preaching, was the elephant sent by the King of Spain. Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Julian May
Voice of the Miami Hurricanes Joe Zagacki and Osceola insider Curt Weiler bring different perspectives this week as we preview Saturday's 3:30 matchup at Doak. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Singer, songwriter and activist Billy Bragg joins Samira Ahmed to perform live in the Front Row studio and discuss The Roaring Forty, a box set and nationwide tour to mark his forty years in the music industry. Women in Revolt, a new exhibition of Feminist art of the 70s and 80s, opens this week at the Tate Britain in London. Musician and punk artist Helen McCookerybook and art historian Catherine McCormack discuss the impact of the era. In the latest in Front Row's series of interviews with the authors shortlisted for the Booker Prize, Paul Murray discusses The Bee Sting. A family saga set in contemporary Ireland, it examines our capacity for denial in the face of disaster. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Ciaran Bermingham
Samira Ahmed is a journalist, writer and broadcaster who regularly presents Front Row on BBC Radio 4 and Newswatch on BBC News and BBC Breakfast. She was a newsreader on Channel 4 News from 2002 until she went freelance in 2011. She's won the Broadcaster of the Year at the Stonewall Awards and has won Celebrity Mastermind twice becoming Mastermind Champion of champions. She has been a a reporter on Today on Radio 4, Newsnight on BBC2 and presented Sunday Morning Live on BBC One .Samira Ahmed is guest number 337 on My Time Capsule and chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things she'd like to put in a time capsule; four she'd like to preserve and one she'd like to bury and never have to think about again .Follow Samira Ahmed on Twitter @SamiraAhmedUK . Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by matthewboxall.com .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people . Get bonus episodes and ad-free listening by becoming a team member with Acast+! Your support will help us to keep making My Time Capsule. Join our team now! https://plus.acast.com/s/mytimecapsule. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Rebecca Lucy Taylor also known as Self Esteem is making her stage debut in the Olivier-award winning production of Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club in London as Sally Bowles, the English nightclub singer in thirties Berlin. She tells Samira how the late Paula Yates was an inspiration. The details of a long awaited UK wide Arts Access Scheme are finally being revealed tonight on Front Row. The scheme aims to improve the experience of people with disabilities and neurodivergent people going to creative and cultural events. Andrew Miller, UK Arts Access Champion at ACE, explains how the new scheme will work. The art scene is Ghana is becoming one of the most creative globally, with international collectors showing a new interest in Ghanian artists. Stephen Smith reports from Accra, where artists are drawing on West African traditions to make exciting new work. Judi Jackson was singing from a young age in her church choir, but it was a music teacher at school who really encouraged her and put her in contact with some hugely successful artists, leading to her opening for the legendary Mavis Staples aged 16. She won vocalist of the year at the 2020 Jazz FM awards, and her recent album is a collection of tracks from the Great American Songbook. She performs live in the studio. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Paula McGrath
Rasika welcomes second-year Master of Health Administration students AnnaVay and Jashanjot to discuss their summer internship experiences and the valuable opportunities they provide for learning, networking, and professional growth. A transcription of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-mha-students-reflect-on-their-summer-internship-experiences/. Have an question for our podcast crew or an idea for an episode? You can email them at CPH-GradAmbassador@uiowa.edu You can also support "From the Front Row" by sharing this episode and others with your friends, colleagues, and social networks.
Coming under the Front Row spotlight today are: Kenneth Branagh's new stage production of King Lear, in which he both stars and directs, and How to Have Sex, a new coming of age film about the trend for post-exam holidays abroad, by first time director Molly Manning Walker, and which won the Un Certain Regard award at Cannes this summer. Theatre critic Susannah Clapp and journalist and Good Bad Billionaire podcast host Zing Tsjeng review. A new track by The Beatles dubbed their “final song” has been released 45 years after it was first conceived. The track, Now and Then, uses John Lennon's vocals and all four Beatles feature on it. We'll have a listen and review. ‘He first deceased; she for a little tried To live without him, liked it not, and died.' Lady Morton's epitaph, written in the 17th century, is the shortest verse in The Penguin Book of Elegy. The new anthology gathers hundreds of poems of memory, mourning, and consolation, by writers ranging from Virgil, born in 70 BCE, to Raymond Antrobus, born in 1986. Andrew Motion, the book's co-editor, discusses the ways elegy shapes memory, giving it meaning. He also reflects on the variety of elegy and how it stretches beyond the human, honouring loss of landscape, species and cultures. Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Corinna Jones
We sit down with up-and-coming actor, writer and director Russell Coker to discuss his journey in the industry, tips for establishing oneself and avoiding pitfalls, and forging your own path as an artist! VISIT US: https://www.weekinhorror.com CONTACT US: firstname.lastname@example.org FOLLOW US: https://open.spotify.com/show/0nGaMkV61ObeYSS6QySu1N?si=5b478dbcc3754350 https://www.facebook.com/weekinhorror https://www.twitter.com/weekinhorror https://www.instagram.com/week_in_horror/ https://www.youtube.com/weekinhorror SUPPORT US: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/weekinhorror https://www.patreon.com/weekinhorror https://week-in-horror.creator-spring.com/ JOIN US: https://discord.gg/PDGDeWJz4E Joshua Olsen's Art Store https://www.badsamurai.store #horror #horrorpodcast #horrormovies --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/weekinhorror/support
From 1974 to 1984 Henry Winkler played the character of Arthur Fonzarelli, “The Fonz”, in the hit American sitcom, Happy Days. The role dominated the public's perception of him, but despite being seen as the epitome of cool, he had many of his own demons to wrestle with. Henry joins Front Row to discuss his new autobiography, Being Henry: The Fonz…and Beyond. The composer David Fennessy on his piece Conquest of the Useless which is being performed in Glasgow this weekend. It was inspired by Werner Herzog's obsessive film Fitzcarraldo which features a large steamship being dragged over a hill in the Amazon. And with Northern Ballet planning to tour without a live orchestra from Spring 2024, executive director David Collins discusses the move with Naomi Pohl, General Secretary of the Musician's Union; and Debra Craine, chief dance critic of the Times, reflects on the difference live music makes to dance performances.
ESPN Computer Statistics Coordinator and President of the Giovanni Vitrano Foundation Ron Vitrano joins Tom and KJ to talk about the College Football landscape thus far, along with the 2023 Gio Cup- taking place November 2nd & 4th at Chiles High School. Visit https://gvscholarship.org/ to buy tickets, merchandise, and for more information. Osceola Insider Bob Ferrante also discusses the first College Football Playoff Rankings of the season, with FSU checking in at #4. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Backstairs Billy is a new play about Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon, the Queen Mother, and her loyal, camp and working class servant, William Tallon. Penelope Wilton, who plays the Queen Mother, and Luke Evans, who plays her Steward and Page, talk to Tom Sutcliffe about creating these characters. Jonathan Escoffery has been shortlisted for the Booker Prize for his novel If I Survive You. Through a series of interlinked short stories it explores issues of race, masculinity and living in the United States as a second-generation Jamaican immigrant. The decision by the Arts Council of Wales to stop funding National Theatre Wales has made headlines in and outside Wales. Executive Editor of Wales Art Review, Gary Raymond, and theatre director and producer, Yvonne Murphy, join Front Row to discuss the ramifications. Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Julian May
Adriana welcomes Dr. Oluwafemi Adeagbo from the University of Iowa's Department of Community and Behavioral Health for a wide-ranging discussion about HIV stigma, social determinants of health, medical ethics, health disparities, and more. A transcription of tis episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-talking-social-determinants-stigma-and-health-disparities-with-dr-oluwafemi-adeagbo/ Have an question for our podcast crew or an idea for an episode? You can email them at CPH-GradAmbassador@uiowa.edu You can also support "From the Front Row" by sharing this episode and others with your friends, colleagues, and social networks.
Sir Patrick Stewart's memoir Making It So looks back over his long and eclectic acting career encompassing stage, film and television and video games. He has played roles in productions as varied as I, Claudius, Shakespeare and Star Trek: the Next Generation. Samira talks to him about his journey from a poor childhood in Yorkshire to Hollywood. The history and culture of the skateboard is the subject of an exhibition at London's Design Museum. Associate curator Tory Turk and film-maker and skateboarder Winstan Whitter discuss its development from a makeshift practice device for Californian surfers in the 1950s to a high-tech worldwide sport. The great cellist, and advocate for peace, Pablo Casals died 50 years ago this week. Steven Isserlis explains his importance in redefining the role of the cello in music. In the Front Row studio Steven demonstrates on his cello the influence of Casals on cellists to this day and performs Song of the Birds one of Casals's own compositions for the instrument.
Aviva Studios, a reportedly £240 million pound arts complex, has opened in Manchester with Free Your Mind, an immersive stage version of The Matrix from Oscar winning director Danny Boyle. Joining presenter Nick Ahad to discuss the arrival of the UK's biggest new cultural venue - and its inaugural production- are playwright and critic Charlotte Keatley and architecture writer and lecturer Paul Dobraszczyk. The Chemical Brothers- AKA Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons- reflect on their 30 year journey from a Manchester house share to superstar DJ status, as they release their book Paused in Cosmic Reflection and embark on a UK tour. The 22nd October 1963 saw the opening night of the first production by the National Theatre. Peter O'Toole played Hamlet, directed by Laurence Olivier. Front Row hears from Rufus Norris, the current artistic director, about the role of the National Theatre 60 years on. Presenter: Nick Ahad Producer: Ekene Akalawu
Film critic Ryan Gilbey and music and club culture writer Kate Hutchinson deliver their verdict on Hackney Diamonds - the first new Rolling Stones album for 18 years – and Garth Davis' film Foe, which is based on a sci-fi novel by Iain Reid and stars Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal. Lessons in Chemistry was 2022's hit novel about a thwarted chemist who becomes an early TV cook. It's now been turned into a series for Apple TV, starring Brie Larson, complete with authentic 1950s food. Chef and cookbook author Courtney McBroom, who was the show's food consultant, gives us an insight into what this involved. Doctors - the long running BBC TV drama - is ending after more than 23 years. The last episode will be broadcast in December 2024. The show follows the lives of medics and their patients in a GP surgery in the fictional town of Letherbridge. Tonight on Front Row we speak to one of the shows former writers, Joy Wilkinson, who cut her teeth in TV drama writing on the show. She says it was a friendly, creative environment and a great training ground for many writers and actors. Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Corinna Jones
Night Slice is a new initiative from the University of Iowa's Women's Resource and Action Center that's designed to create a safe, alcohol-free, after-hours environment to help combat alcohol-related crimes on campus. Join Lauren and Jada and they welcome guests Nina Morrison and Sumita Subramani to discuss the program. A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-night-slice-creating-a-safe-sober-space-for-college-students/ Have an question for our podcast crew or an idea for an episode? You can email them at CPH-GradAmbassador@uiowa.edu You can also support "From the Front Row" by sharing this episode and others with your friends, colleagues, and social networks.
Two adaptations of Rhinoceros by Eugène Ionesco open this month, one in Belfast and a Welsh language adaptation in Cardiff. The adaptors Patrick J O'Reilly and Manon Steffan Ros both join Kathy Clugston to discuss how this 1950s play about the rise of Fascism speaks to audiences now. Singer Cara Dillon is known globally for her interpretations of traditional Irish songs. As she performs at the Belfast International Arts Festival, she explains why she's taking a new direction with her upcoming album, the first time she's released an album of original songs. In the first of Front Row's interviews with the authors shortlisted for this year's Booker Prize, Paul Lynch talks about Prophet Song, his dystopian novel which imagines a future in which Ireland is in the grips of an oppressive regime. And as Glasgow Museums say that they are unable to locate a sculpture by the French artist Auguste Rodin, arts correspondent Jan Patience explains that it may not be the only major work of art that's gone missing. Presenter: Kathy Clugston Producer: Olivia Skinner
1993 National Champion Devin Bush Sr. joins Tom and KJ to discuss the 1993 team, which will be honored at Saturday's game against Syracuse to celebrate the 30-year anniversary of their National Championship. Plus, Osceola Insider Bob Ferrante previews the Syracuse game. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.