This week we wrap up our discussion on Individualism. We reflect of Partnerships, Definite Chief Aim & The BBC Documentary "Can't Get You Out of My Head" by Adam Curtis. Come join the conversation. If you can, please consider supporting the podcast at: (https://www.patreon.com/imperfectallies (https://www.patreon.com/imperfectallies)) and/or leaving us reviews on iTunes! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgi2u-lGY-2i2ubLsUr6FbQ (Fiq The Signifier) https://youtu.be/_3Ox6vGteek?t=580 (Thomas Jefferson's America) https://www.fxnetworks.com/shows/dave (Dave) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgFDWK_sf9c (Britney vs Spears)
Before we get into horror, we're recovering from our latest bender. Even featuring 2021 movies! Cry Macho, Barb & Star, Malignant, The Intern, Edward Scissorhands, The Crowd, What's Up Doc, Can't Get You Out of My Head, Freaky, The Naked City, The Beyond, Deliverance, Luca, Cars, Cry Baby, The Hangover. Write to us! firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us! @cinebums on Instagram Letterboxd! letterboxd.com/cinebums/ YouTube! CineBums on YouTube --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cinebums/support
This week we talk with Chris Nye about The BBC Documentary "Can't Get You Out of My Head" by Adam Curtis. Come join the conversation. If you can, please consider supporting the podcast at: (https://www.patreon.com/imperfectallies (https://www.patreon.com/imperfectallies)) and/or leaving us reviews on iTunes! Join us in watching https://thoughtmaybe.com/cant-get-you-out-of-my-head/ (I can't get you out of my head!) http://chrisnye.co/ (Chris Nye) https://thoughtmaybe.com/by/adam-curtis/ (Adam Curtis Films) http://www.jonronson.com/ (Jon Ronson) https://www.audible.com/pd/So-Youve-Been-Publicly-Shamed-Audiobook/B00SNMHKNC?source_code=GO1DH13310082090P1&ds_rl=1262685&ds_rl=1263561&ds_rl=1260658&gclid=CjwKCAjw-sqKBhBjEiwAVaQ9a1ZSSLOwO03CPYCMbY4wQ5nHk_DoAlFrCMp01Cua6Y3DWVt993HPnBoCSnAQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds (Publicly shamed) https://people.psych.ucsb.edu/gazzaniga/michael/ (Michael Gazzaniga) https://ancestralmedicine.org/bio/ (Daniel Foor) https://twitter.com/flemingrut?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor (Flemming Rutledge) https://faithinireland.wordpress.com/2019/03/21/lent-2019-fleming-rutledge-the-crucifixion-16-sin-where-to-begin/ (Capital S Sin) https://www.amazon.com/Not-Way-Its-Supposed-Be/dp/0802842186 (Cornelius Plantiga)
Fever is the eighth studio album by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. It was released on 1 October 2001 internationally by Parlophone and later launched in the United States on 26 February 2002 by Capitol Records. Minogue worked with writers and producers such as Cathy Dennis, Rob Davis, Richard Stannard, Julian Gallagher, TommyD, Tom Nichols, Pascal Gabriel and others to create a disco and Europop-influenced dance-pop album. Other musical influences of the album range from synth-pop to club music. Upon its release, Fever received positive reviews from music critics, many of whom praised its production and commercial appeal. The album was a commercial success, peaking at number one in Australia, Austria, Germany, Ireland, and the UK. In the US, the album peaked at number three on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming Minogue's biggest album in the country; it was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Fever was also certified seven-times platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA), and five-times platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). It won the International Album accolade at the 2002 Brit Awards ceremony. Four singles were released from the album. The lead single, "Can't Get You Out of My Head" was released in September 2001 and became a massive commercial success, peaking atop the charts of 40 countries and selling more than six million copies worldwide. The song, which is often recognised as Minogue's signature song, is her highest-selling single and one of the best-selling singles of all time. Follow-up singles "In Your Eyes" and "Love at First Sight" also performed well on charts internationally. The last single "Come into My World" won the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording in 2004. To promote the album, Minogue embarked on her seventh concert tour, the KylieFever2002 tour.
Hey everybody! Its your old pal, “Dr. Nick” here (Simpsons heads will get that reference pretty easily). This episode features the return of Chairman Moe, your favorite Fully Automated regular guests. Last we heard from them, they were interviewing Keir Milburn on his book Generation Left (see Episode 19). This episode sees them returning to Fully Automated, for a long chat on Adam Curtis's recent documentary, Can't Get You Out of My Head. Yes, true enough, this is hardly the first time you'll have heard a discussion about this documentary in a podcast. But it is the first time you'll have heard it discussed quite like this. Here, we adopt a unique take on Curtis, reading him through the lens of an eclectic group of texts drawn from our own readings, over the last year or so. These include, tho by no means exclusively, Gilles Dauvé's Crisis and Communization, Thomas Frank's The People, No, and Marx and Engels's The German Ideology. Our goal, as one quick whip put it on Twitter, is to "figure out what in the hell Curtis's politics are in 2021." In the end, we conclude that Curtis is an important and necessary commentator, but that he comes to some unhelpful conclusions. This, we think, can be attributed to his tendency to ignore the lessons of materialism and blame idealism for the flaws of the left. For us, Marx, Frank, and Dauvé can each bring something unique to the task of patching up the missing parts of Curtis's framework. Dauvé, despite his weird normative focus on localism and simplistic low-tech authenticity, provides perhaps the greatest insight into why only a materialist critique can work in our effort to assess the flaws of the contemporary left. Whereas, perhaps more controversially, Frank provides the antidote to Curtis's occasional tendency to fall into anti-populist cynicism. I want to thank Chairman Moe (who are, in real life, Columbus OH-based independent scholars Charlie Umland and Jim Calder) for sharing his valuable time with us, and also Darren Latanick for so patiently indulging the Chairman's antics, and producing a great show for us. We'll be back quite soon, with an interview with Sebastian Kaempf on MOOCs in Higher Ed. And then we have a number of other guests lined up, between now and the end of the year. Thanks for listening!
On this week's episode, the mandem talk about the 2020 Olympics and Italy's take over in the Atheletics and whether performance enhancing drugs should be allowed. Teddy and Faye's recent bust-up on Love Island has caused controversy and the mandem predict how things will turn-out. They also talk about The Low vs Dipset and if this is the best Verzuz will get. They talk all this plus much more! Bringings Dan: Profyle - Can't Get You Out of My Mind Les: The Compozers - It's Time (Intro) Rich: Nas - 40 Side
The boys talk Suicide Squad, Candyman, Lollapallooza , Isaiaha Rashad's new album, The Green Knight, White Lotus, and much more!Featured Music: THIB by Isaiah Rashad, Can't Get You Out of My Head by Kylie Minogue, and What You Won't Do for Love by Bobby Caldwell
Mickey's guest for the hour is political scientist Aaron Good. Good recently completed writing a critique of the latest BBC documentary from Adam Curtis ("Can't Get You Out of My Head"), ultimately concluding that the work is intended to distract and hide rather than reveal. His conversation with Mickey covers issues from the JFK assassination to changes in the world financial system in the 1970s. Aaron Good holds a doctorate in political science from Temple University. His three-part critique of Adam Curtis can be found online at www.kennedysandking.com He has a book, American Exception: Empire and the Deep State, scheduled for release in 2022. Host: Mickey Huff Producer: Anthony Fest
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Hello friends! Its been a while. Sorry about that. Its been a busy semester, teaching an overload class, and wrapping up some publishing projects (here and here). But we are back, and we have a ton of new shows coming your way this summer! Coming up in the next weeks, we have another episode with our Columbus OH friends, “Chairman Moe's Magic Contradiction” on Adam Curtis's new documentary, ”Can't Get You Out of My Head.” We also have panels coming up, on Clyde Barrow's new book on the Lumpenproletariat, Phil Cunliffe's The New Twenty Years' Crisis, and an interview with Christine Louis-Dit-Sully. For this 31st episode of Fully Automated, and to help us break the dry spell, our guest is none other than legendary podcast figure “KMO”! KMO is the host and producer of the C-Realm Podcast, a cartoonist and author of the book ‘Conversations on Collapse.' On KMO's bio, there's a great quote from Doug Lain, creator of the Diet Soap podcast and now the Zero Books podcast (and previous guest of this show!): KMO was once a winner in the capitalist game. He had high tech dreams and plenty of ambition, but somewhere along the line KMO dropped out, spent what he had, and started over in a simpler way. No longer rich and no longer so enamored with the technocratic fantasies of the prevailing order, he squeaks by in this world while seeking another. More than anything KMO is a broadcaster and interviewer who has a gentle and amiable way of challenging and inspiring interesting conversations with authors, artists, psychedelic gurus, sociologists, NASA scientists, economists, and more on his weekly podcast called the C-Realm. Now, to be sure, KMO is not exactly what you might call a ‘typical guest' for this podcast. Yet, as you'll hear, he is a widely read reader on all things to do with the politics of technology, and science fiction. I first met KMO a few weeks ago, in the Politics and Science Fiction room, on Clubhouse that I started earlier this year, with Giuseppe Porcaro, Jamie Chipperfield, Sarah Shoker, and Nicholas Barrett. It became clear we had some overlapping interests on the topics under discussion, so we stayed in touch and found out that we have a lot of mutual friends in the leftwing podcast universe. KMO recently invited me on his show, the C-Realm, for a discussion of science fiction and the politics of technological change. And this episode of Fully Automated is kind of a Part 2 of that show, where KMO responds to my arguments. In this episode, you'll hear us discuss a wide range of topics: Clubhouse as a phenomena; recent remarks by the pop star Grimes on whether communists should be interested in Fully Automated Communism; the rise of PMC ideology, and why its so hard to discuss the topic of class on the left anymore; Thomas Frank's recent claims about Wuhan lab leak theory, and its significance for the already tarnished reputation of mainstream media; and, finally, we chat about politics and science fiction — you'll hear KMO talk about why and how science fiction is (and isn't!) for him political! For those interested, here are the links to the couple of items KMO mentioned in the show: His written response to my views on FALC, as I expressed them during my appearance on C-Realm (see my brief rejoinder below). The book he mentions is Future Scenarios: How Communities Can Adapt to Peak Oil and Climate Change, by David Holmgren (2009-04-14). Rejoinder: Reading KMO's published remarks on Patreon, he offers what I find to be a rather wild and somewhat bad faith interpretation of my views on Walmart and FALC: "You invoked WalMart as an example of a very complicated system of production and supply chain management and then suggested that it needn't be labor-intensive. You could just set it up and let it run for long periods and just check in on it from time to time. That's not how WalMart works.
Comedy couple Naomi Ekperigin and Andy Beckerman of the Couples' Therapy podcast, and performing/writing/starring in many wonderful things join us to discuss Mortal Kombat and also mortal-ity, given how sick Dan sounds in this one.Wikipedia entry for Mortal KombatMovies recommended in this episode:The Castle of CagliostroPlan BPicture SnatcherCan't Get You Out of My HeadLittle Shop of Horrors
Raise your hand if you love your cellulite! Let me reword that. Did anyone ever tell you to “just love your cellulite”? I was interviewed on The Stefanie Gass Show and I’m sharing it with you all in today’s episode. Some hot keywords we talk about are self-love, self-worth, and of course cellulite! And... if you always wanted to know what does it mean to treat your body like a temple then listen out for what I share when Stefanie Gass asks me this precise question. It’s NOT what you think ;-)! I know so many of you will hear the Holy Spirit speak to you personally in this episode. He definitely did to me! QUESTION OF THE DAY: Considering your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, what is one way you can treat your body better? Stay Courageous for Christ, Jaclyn P.S. This podcast is free and shareable! Please pass this on so that other women can know God’s truth when it comes to the topic of health, body image, self-worth, and more! ************* Need accountability touching on fitness, food, or faith? (It’s okay if you need all three!) Together we will create a practical health plan making certain to keep Jesus at the center. Email me to book your first coaching session OR ask me for my coaching menu! STEP 1: Email me at email@example.com (Subject line: Coaching with Jaclyn OR Coaching Menu) STEP 2: Wait for my email reply for your next steps! That’s it! STILL NOT SURE IF COACHING IS FOR YOU? Answer these questions… Worn out from using diet or workout formulas/systems that promise happiness, satisfaction, and confidence? Want to know how to approach health and fitness in a God-centered way? Desire to reshape your mind and heart attitude from past beliefs, diets, and little lies repeated in your mind about your body shape? Want to take a faith-based approach in your health journey INSTEAD OF what you were taught by personal trainers and fitness influencers whose main focus is your outward appearance? Not able to celebrate special occasions with friends/family because the foods they serve don’t fit what your diet says you can eat? Tired of unreliable diets, worldly tips and tricks, counting calories and macros, and not being able to enjoy foods you love? Ready to focus your attention on spiritual heart matters versus pure physical matters? IF YOU ANSWERED “YES” TO ANY OF THE ABOVE, EMAIL ME today to book your coaching session(s)! Let’s go! God has so much waiting for you including knowing Him even deeper. Leave me a voice message http://go.courageousfitfemale.com/voicemessage ⭐️-----------------⭐️ WANT MORE EPISODES??
James from Prolekult is back! We start up with a discussion, and a few laughs, about British documentarian Adam Curtis and his new BBC series, Can’t Get You Out of My Head. Then, we talk about the current situation with the National Health Service, a few other current events, and why more means less. Twitter @lredschoolhouse Patreon @littleredschoolhouse https://www.youtube.com/prolekult https://twitter.com/ProlekultFilms Closing music by Belle and Sebastian – Sleepin’ the Clock Around
Why are we determined and relentless when it comes to putting in the work for the sake of seeing a smaller number on the scale? As Christ-followers, we can take care of our health (and we ought to) but shrinking the number on the scale as our primary reason is undoubtedly not the best way to glorify Jesus. We gotta do a check-in with our goals at least once a month. We do that in today’s episode. Plugin your earbuds and press play! Journey with Jesus, Jaclyn QUESTION OF THE DAY: Who are you allowing to define who you are? (A broken world and broken people? OR our unbroken living Word, Jesus Christ?) ************* ARE YOU READY TO WORK WITH ME AS YOUR SPIRITUAL FITNESS COACH? Email me to book coaching sessions towards food freedom in Christ OR for my coaching menu. HERE’S HOW: STEP 1: Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject line: Coaching with Jaclyn OR Coaching Menu) STEP 2: Wait for my email reply for your next steps! That’s it! STILL NOT SURE? Answer these questions… >>> Do you want to finally let go of those worldly health and body image lies? (DO YOU believe they are lies from the enemy to keep you stuck and idle from God’s plans?) >>> Want to know how to pursue the Spirit versus the flesh? (Food fixation ring a bell?) >>> When it comes to health and your body size, are you ready to bring to light how much greater God’s plans are better than your own plans? (Can’t wait for you to receive this truth!) >>> Maybe you’re scared to take the step to start coaching? That’s okay! Email me anyways! >>> Can you relate to any of the following challenges below? Worn out from using diet or workout formulas/systems that promise happiness, satisfaction, and confidence. Want to know how to approach health and fitness in a God-centered way Desire to reshape your mind and heart attitude from past beliefs, diets, and little lies repeated in your mind about your body shape Discouraged by those free weight loss challenges that hype up false guarantees Done with committing to detoxes that only work for a little while and then you’re back to square one You would rather be surrounded by others who center their journey around the leading of the Holy Spirit instead of how you look, etc. Want to take a faith-based approach in your health journey INSTEAD OF what you were taught (by personal trainers, etc.) whose main focus is on what you look like on the outside (outward appearance/aesthetics) and/or their aim is to exclusively help you with performance-based results. Not able to celebrate friends/family special occasions because the foods they serve don’t fit what your diet says you can eat Tired of diets, worldly tips and tricks, counting calories and macros, and not able to enjoy foods you love Want to give attention to spiritual heart matters versus physical matters. Outward appearances are no longer your main priority. Feel spiritually bankrupt when it comes to fitness and food approaches IF YOU ANSWERED “YES” TO ANY OF THE ABOVE, EMAIL ME to answer any questions you may have or if you’re ready! Or if you just want my coaching price menu. ⭐️-----------------⭐️ WANT MORE EPISODES??
3:16:13 – Frank in New Jersey, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Buried treasure, flat rock, magic crystals, Atari VCS Adventure, my 2009 ancient civilization time gateway and music theory, Orion Draft Beer shirt, openly tricking people, perceptual kits, Can't Get You Out of My Head (2021), Pretty Things album S.F. Sorrow (1968), Charles Chips, making […]
3:16:13 – Frank in New Jersey, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Buried treasure, flat rock, magic crystals, Atari VCS Adventure, my 2009 ancient civilization time gateway and music theory, Orion Draft Beer shirt, openly tricking people, perceptual kits, Can’t Get You Out of My Head (2021), Pretty Things album S.F. Sorrow (1968), Charles Chips, making […]
Could comparing your body image to other women be derailing you from God’s purposes over your life? It is a privilege to bring on my first guest, Heather Creekmore! She is the author of Compared to Who and The Burden of Better. She has the heart to help women be free of comparison and to help them release the burden of it! In this episode, we talk about all things comparison including what happens to our relationships when we SETTLE with comparing ourselves to other people? Even to our own husbands. Wait what?? We talk about what we OUGHT to seek rather than comparing ourselves to others (I mention Rahab here so listen out for that). And assessing whether we have a "crab" mentality, amongst other goodies for you to bite into! If you are struggling because you bit the comparison bait just know that you are not alone! I still catch myself falling into that trap. The difference today is that the Holy Spirit has helped me to realize that comparison is simply a decoy from Satan. If you get anything from this episode I pray that you will grasp this truth: That comparison is something the Enemy uses on us so that we overlook and forget about God’s might, love, and purposes for us here on Earth. PLUS, comparison never brings us closer to Jesus. For that reason, let’s keep pursuing Jesus, ladies!! Journey with Jesus, Jaclyn P.S. What was your favorite takeaway from today's episode on comparison? Would you please leave me a review on iTunes to let me know? (This is how I know that you enjoy what I share or want more of it, or not.) You can also shoot me an email to let me know! ************* ************* ************* TODAY’S TASK: Seek the Holy Spirit. Ask Him to help you open up your fist so you can RELEASE the burden of comparison over to Him. Listen out to Him for simple ways to view Him BIGGER than you currently view Him. ************* ************* ************* CONNECT WITH HEATHER at https://comparedtowho.me https://www.facebook.com/heathercreekmoreblog https://www.youtube.com/comparedtowho https://www.instagram.com/comparedtowho/ https://www.pinterest.com/comparedtowho/ Compared to Who? Podcast: www.comparedtowho.me/podcast ARE YOU READY TO WORK WITH ME AS YOUR SPIRITUAL FITNESS COACH? Email me to book coaching sessions towards food freedom in Christ OR for my coaching menu. HERE’S HOW: STEP 1: Email me at email@example.com (Subject line: Coaching with Jaclyn OR Coaching Menu) STEP 2: Wait for my email reply for your next steps! That’s it! STILL NOT SURE? Answer these questions… >>> Do you want to finally let go of those worldly health and body image lies? (DO YOU believe they are lies from the enemy to keep you stuck and idle from God’s plans?) >>> Want to know how to pursue the Spirit versus the flesh? (Food fixation ring a bell?) >>> When it comes to health and your body size, are you ready to bring to light how much greater God’s plans are better than your own plans? (Can’t wait for you to receive this truth!) >>> Maybe you’re scared to take the step to start coaching? That’s okay! Email me anyways! >>> Can you relate to any of the following challenges below? Worn out from using diet or workout formulas/systems that promise happiness, satisfaction, and confidence. Want to know how to approach health and fitness in a God-centered way Desire to reshape your mind and heart attitude from past beliefs, diets, and little lies repeated in your mind about your body shape Discouraged by those free weight loss challenges that hype up false guarantees Done with committing to detoxes that only work for a little while and then you’re back to square one You would rather be surrounded by others who center their journey around the leading of the Holy Spirit instead of how you look, etc. Want to take a faith-based approach in your health journey INSTEAD OF what you were taught (by personal trainers, etc.) whose main focus is on what you look like on the outside (outward appearance/aesthetics) and/or their aim is to exclusively help you with performance-based results. Not able to celebrate friends/family special occasions because the foods they serve don’t fit what your diet says you can eat Tired of diets, worldly tips and tricks, counting calories and macros, and not able to enjoy foods you love Want to give attention to spiritual heart matters versus physical matters. Outward appearances are no longer your main priority. Feel spiritually bankrupt when it comes to fitness and food approaches IF YOU ANSWERED “YES” TO ANY OF THE ABOVE, EMAIL ME to answer any questions you may have or if you’re ready! ⭐️-----------------⭐️ BIBLE VERSE MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Matthew 6:21 For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. Jeremiah 17:9 “The heart is deceitful above all things, And desperately wicked; Who can know it? ⭐️-----------------⭐️ WANT MORE EPISODES??
After a long break from not incorporating any physical activity into your life, there’s a right way and a wrong way to approach starting up again. Whether your priorities have shifted away from exercise (due to a new season like having a baby or serving a loved one) or you’re simply ready to press the restart button in your health journey there are some things you need to know before you lace up those sneakers. Use these 5 simple steps to get you going no matter how long you’ve been away from being physically active. BONUS: Listen out for the challenge I have for you around 4:15! >>>>>>>>> ************* ************* >>>>>>>>> CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNER for my 1-HOUR coaching. ULUVNIC, please email me so you can book your 1-hour coaching! I can’t wait!! >>>>>>>>> ************* ************* >>>>>>>>> “Breaking Free of the Food Idol I love this podcast. I subscribed to this because I’m on a quest to break free of the food idol and return to God. This is super helpful. And it’s fun to listen to. It’s in my new Renewing-My-Mind toolbox! If someone else is struggling spiritually with food addiction, I also recommend Barb Raveling’s book Freedom from Emotional Eating. I think these ladies are warriors for God.” Journey with Jesus, Jaclyn READY TO WORK WITH ME AS YOUR SPIRITUAL FITNESS COACH? I have TWO spots open for this month! Email me to book for coaching towards food freedom in Christ OR if you want my coaching menu. HERE’S HOW: 1) Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject line: Coaching with Jaclyn OR Coaching Menu) 2) Expect my email for the next steps within 24 hours. THINKING ABOUT COACHING WITH ME? Reach out to me if you relate to any of the following challenges: Worn out from using diet or workout formulas/systems that promise happiness, satisfaction, and confidence. Want to know how to approach health and fitness in a God-centered way Desire to reshape your mind and heart attitude from past beliefs, diets, and little lies repeated in your mind about your body shape Discouraged by those free weight loss challenges that hype up false guarantees Done with committing to detoxes that only work for a little while and then you’re back to square one You would rather be surrounded by others who center their journey around the leading of the Holy Spirit instead of how you look, etc. Want to take a faith-based approach in your health journey INSTEAD OF what you were taught (by personal trainers, etc.) whose main focus is on what you look like on the outside (outward appearance/aesthetics) and/or their aim is to exclusively help you with performance-based results. Not able to celebrate friends/family special occasions because the foods they serve don’t fit what your diet says you can eat Tired of diets, worldly tips and tricks, counting calories and macros, and not able to enjoy foods you love Want to give attention to spiritual heart matters versus physical matters. Outward appearances are no longer your main priority. Feel spiritually bankrupt when it comes to fitness and food approaches ⭐️-----------------⭐️ BIBLE VERSE MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: 1 Timothy 4:7-8 7 Do not waste time arguing over godless ideas and old wives’ tales. Instead, train yourself to be godly. 8 “Physical training is good, but training for godliness is much better, promising benefits in this life and in the life to come.” Proverbs 16:9 “A man’s heart plans his way, But the LORD directs his steps.” ⭐️-----------------⭐️ WANT MORE EPISODES??
This week, Thea Lenarduzzi and Lucy Dallas are joined by Patricia Craig, a writer and critic from Northern Ireland, who relates a sad and murky case of accidental killings, which took place during the Irish Civil War of the early 1920s; the TLS’s politics editor Toby Lichtig reviews a handful of recent films – works of documentary and fiction – with political stories, mostly atrocities, at their hearts; plus, a lost Proust manuscript finally sees the light of day. Can’t Get You Out of My Head, BBC iPlayerThe Mauritanian, Amazon PrimeThe Dissident, Amazon PrimeQuo Vadis, Aida?, Curzon Home CinemaLes Soixante-quinze feuillets et autres manuscrits inédits, by Marcel Proust, edited by Nathalie Mauriac Dyer, with a preface by Jean-Yves Tadié (Gallimard) A special subscription offer for TLS podcast listeners: www.the-tls.co.uk/buy/pod See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Is it okay to pursue physical transformation as a Christian? Are you bold and humble to admit that your reason for working out is because you desire physical transformation? This is a topic some of us don’t like to bring up as Christ followers. We talk about that in today’s episode. Put your earbuds on, lace up your walking shoes, and let’s hear what God has to say about this! Contentment in Christ, Jaclyn P.S. PSST… I’m giving away a 1-HOUR coaching session! Did you enter yet?? This is the last week to enter. HERE’S HOW TO ENTER: STEP 1: Write a review on iTunes. (Ex: How has this podcast impacted you in your journey or shifted your perspective regarding fitness, etc.?) STEP 2: Send this podcast to at least 1 girlfriend. THAT’S IT! Already wrote a review? Email me a screenshot of it. Then, be sure to share this podcast with a friend by sending them a link to this podcast. That’s your entrance! I will announce the winner in the first episode of May! ---------- READY TO WORK WITH ME AS YOUR SPIRITUAL FITNESS COACH? I have ONE spot open for this month! Email me to book for coaching OR for my coaching menu. HERE’S HOW: Email me at email@example.com (Subject line: Coaching with Jaclyn OR Coaching Menu) Expect my email for next steps. NOT SURE IF YOU WANT TO COACH WITH ME? Here are just some of the reasons why women seek my services: Want to know how to approach health and fitness in a God-centered way Desire to reshape their mind and heart attitude BECAUSE OF past beliefs, diets, participation in challenges, being surrounded by others who center their journey around how they look, etc. Want to take a faith-based approach in their health journey INSTEAD OF what they were taught (by personal trainers, etc.) whose main focus is on the outward appearance/aesthetics and/or working towards performance-based results Tired of diets, worldly tips and tricks, counting calories, and macros Want to give attention to spiritual heart matters versus physical matters. Outward appearances are no longer their priority. Feel spiritually bankrupt when it comes to fitness and food approaches ⭐️-----------------⭐️ REFLECTION QUESTIONS: Is it okay to desire physical transformation? In what ways will my body shape make me holier (not happier)? Can you describe how changing your body shape will draw you closer to the plans Jesus has for me? OR will it block or prevent me from growing in His Grace and truth? Did I pray about it? ⭐️-----------------⭐️ BIBLE VERSES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Jeremiah 17:9 “The human heart is the most deceitful of all things, and desperately wicked. Who really knows how bad it is? Psalm 139:23-24 23 Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. 24 Point out anything in me that offends you, and lead me along the path of everlasting life. 1 John 2:15 Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. John 13:35 By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.” ⭐️-----------------⭐️ WANT MORE EPISODES??
Jeff and Nate break down filmmaker Adam Curtis' documentary Can't Get You Out of My Head; a wide reaching look at how people act as voters, consumers, and members of society, and what it say about our past, present, and future......and they rank their top five favorite road trip snacks....its important to to have some salty and some sweet, both in snacking and in documentaries.
Lil' Suzy: The Definitive Top 20 Countdown Suzanne Casale Melone better known as Lil Suzy, is an Italian-American Freestyle/Pop Singer. Lil Suzy, known for her hits "Take Me in Your Arms, "Promise Me" and "Can't Get You Out of My Mind" A songwriter who is solely responsible in welcoming Freestyle’s Planet Rock Era in 1991; 30 years later – Her influence continues On this edition of CPR’s Freestyle Countdown, we list the Top 20 Freestyle songs from Lil’ Suzy's catalog as voted by YOU, the listeners of the show, social media response and past appearances on CPR and Club House Dance Music’s Freestyle Countdown in New England in the past 30 years. Hosted by CPR Jose Ortiz / Mini Mix by The Vinyl Assassin, DJ Cliff Potts CPR’s Clubhouse: The Freestyle Podcast available on the following appsApple Podcast GooglePodcasts TuneIn Radio App Stitcher App PodBean App The Podcast App Overcast App Deezer App
So we had some different interpretations as to whether Can't Get You Out of My Head is art, history, documentary, art-history, history-documentary or art-documentary. In any case, it's one of the more interesting media artefacts of the year. Listen to this episode and our other bonus content on Patreon, at www.patreon.com/plasticpills
Jeff and Nate recap the Masters, breaking down the big winners and losers....next they dig into the idea of big ticket sporting events, what attracts us to them and what interests them the most (8:24)....they examine the idea of the 15 minute city, what it means for tourists and residents (25:30)...and finally, in a massive hypothetical leap, they pick their ideal city and sport to be a young professional athlete (37:43).For next week's show, we'll be covering the documentary Can't Get You Out of My Head, which can be found here: https://youtu.be/MHFrhIAj0ME
CPR's Clubhouse Crew: NYC (Lil Suzy: The Definitive Countdown) The Empress of the Freestyle Planet Rock Era, Lil' Suzy single handedly reinvigorated Freestyle Music at the beginning of the 1990's bringing a new sound copied by many to this day. In this edition of CPR's Freestyle Countdown, we count down the Top 20 Freestyle Songs from Lil' Suzy as voted by you the listeners of Club House Dance Music on 90.7FM in New England, CPR's Clubhouse Crew in California and NYC plus those who voted on social media Part One features (In Alphabetical Order) Back In Your Arms featuring Collage Can’t Get You Out of My Mind Falling In Love I Still Love You Suzanna featuring Collage Sweet September Love Take Me Back The Way I Love You Turn The Beat Around (Remix) When I Fall In Love Join the CPR’s Clubhouse Crew: NYC every Sunday at 5pm est on Party1019 -NYC featuring CPR Jose Ortiz, The Vinyl Assassin, DJ Cliff Potts and The Duchess, Cheryl Rodriguez Listen to it live as it airs Sundays 5pm-7pm est on the iHeartRadio App CPR’s Clubhouse Crew: NYC – CPR Jose Ortiz, The Vinyl Assassin, DJ Cliff Potts and The Duchess, Cheryl Rodriguez 5:00pm-6:00pm – CPR Jose Ortiz and CPR’s Freestyle Countdown featuring the hottest songs in Freestyle RIGHT NOW! featuring The Vinyl Assassin, DJ Cliff Potts 10 Minute Freestyle Mini Mix 6:00pm – 6:30pm – The Duchess, Cheryl Rodriguez with Freestyle Flashbacks 6:30pm 7:00pm – The Vinyl Assassin, DJ Cliff Potts with The 30 Minute Freestyle Mix featuring Classic, Recent and Current Freestyle Songs CPR’s Clubhouse: The Freestyle Podcast available on the following apps Apple Podcast GooglePodcasts TuneIn Radio App Stitcher App PodBean App The Podcast App Overcast App Deezer App
In this week’s episode, Wyndham and Jeremy sit down to discuss Can’t Get You Out of My Head, the eight-part BBC documentary by Adam Curtis. The brothers break down the “emotional history” and its almost indefinable use of music and imagery to create a compelling narrative of world history, power, empires, conspiracy theories, revolution, identity, and just about everything else under the sun.
This week David talks to the celebrated film-maker Adam Curtis about his new series Can't Get You Out of My Head, which tells the history of the rise and fall of individualism. Why do so many people feel so powerless in the age of the empowered individual? How has digital technology turbo-charged our feelings of alienation? And what has all this got to do with behavioural psychology? Plus much more: Nixon, China, Dominic Cummings, complex systems, Max Weber and conspiracy theories. https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/p093wp6h/cant-get-you-out-of-my-headTalking Points:In his newest series, Adam identifies the 1970s as the wellspring of a global system that feels irrational and beyond political control. The Nixon shock—when the dollar became detached from the gold standard—was something that Nixon, at the time, saw as temporary.But as the Watergate scandal carried on, banks realized they could start trading currencies against each other. Out of this came the global financial system.The opening to China was seen as a great stroke of statesmanship.But what was happening at that time in China was the collapse of the certainty of Mao’s revolution. What emerged was a system run by Deng Xiaoping who essentially substituted money for ideology.Deng turned China into a giant production house of cheap goods. The generation that came out of WWII was terrified of big ideologies. What replaced ideology? Money.In an age of mass democracy, where individualism reigns, states become extremely difficult to govern.By the late 70s/early 80s, politicians started to realize that you couldn’t assemble stable groups behind you. Instead of representing the people, they tried to become managers. Adam thinks that to call this neoliberalism is to oversimplify things.Under Thatcher and Reagan, industrial policy essentially failed. The politicians gave up before we realized they had given up.On the surface, behaviouralism seemed like a challenge to the notion of the rational, self-interested individual.But actually, behaviouralists concluded that if people are irrational, we need to find ways to nudge them to behave in rational ways so that the system will work better. The Internet, as it is currently constructed, is like a modern ghost story. It’s always looking at patterns in the past.The Internet as a feedback system can’t imagine something that hasn’t already happened. It’s a form of management that renders the world static and repeatable. Fake stability has led to a kind of blindness: think about the collapse of the Soviet Union, or the financial crisis, or Trump.Again and again the people in charge fail to anticipate what’s coming.Has the ability of Big Data to predict been oversold? Mentioned in this Episode: Adam’s newest series, Can’t Get You Out of my HeadMax Weber’s ‘iron cage’DId eBay just prove that paid search ads don’t work? Further Learning: The Talking Politics Guide to... 1970s (with Helen)
On this episode, Kris and I continue our discussion of technological and cultural progress, touching on the agency of the homeless, the violence of revolution, and how the powers that be utilize technology to respond to social change. Show Notes: Bayo Akomolafe The Abolition of Man by C.S. Lewis The Adventures of Baron Munchausen Dante's Inferno Milton's Paradise Lost The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis The Seattle Space Needle Century 21 Exposition “The Gernsback Continuum” by William Gibson Leave No Trace Hobo Sigils Adam Curtis's Can't Get You Out of My Head E-mail us with your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org Kris on Twitter: @KrisSaknussemm David on Twitter: @brbjdo Leave us a review on iTunes David's novels are available here Music/mixing by ous/li Follow the official No Country feed here. This is where you can listen to the full episode!
On this episode, Kris and I continue our discussion of technological and cultural progress, touching on the agency of the homeless, the violence of revolution, and how the powers that be utilize technology to respond to social change. Show Notes: Bayo Akomolafe The Abolition of Man by C.S. Lewis The Adventures of Baron Munchausen Dante’s Inferno Milton’s Paradise Lost The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis The Seattle Space Needle Century 21 Exposition “The Gernsback Continuum” by William Gibson Leave No Trace Hobo Sigils Adam Curtis’s Can’t Get You Out of My Head E-mail us with your thoughts at email@example.com Kris on Twitter: @KrisSaknussemm David on Twitter: @brbjdo Leave us a review on iTunes David’s novels are available here Music/mixing by ous/li
"What cuddly animal is killed when your hands are full too often?"Andy from Kiss Your Franchise Goodbye is back with an Italian vendetta and three movies that made him the cuddly man he is today. They're pretty alright movies. 0:00 -- Intro (Andy is back, near picks)14:53 -- A Hard Day's Night53:35 -- The Godfather: Part II1.36:03 -- Your Name.2.01:30 -- Awards and rankings2.54:42 -- Future business3:03:47 -- Outro and outtakesHey! Be sure to watch Ulysses, Clash of the Titans, and Hercules for next time! Hey! Leave us a voicemail at (801) 896-4542!Hey! Hear Andy on the Kiss Your Franchise Goodbye podcast!Hey! Absorb Can't Get You Out of My Head!Hey! Jen the Fredo!Hey! His best friend is a pie!Hey! Hear the Blank Check about I Wanna Hold Your Hand!Hey! Hear the Blank Check about Hercules!Hey! Hear the specific Kiss Your Franchise Goodbye about Hank Scorpio!Hey! Subscribe in iTunes!Hey! Check out the Facebook page and vote on the next category!Hey! Check out Jon's YM&T Letterboxd list!Hey! Check out Roy's YM&T Letterboxd list!Hey! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Send new topics! Send new theme songs!Download this episode right here!
A few weeks ago, the British documentarian Adam Curtis debuted his newest mega-project online: a six-episode, eight-hour BBC series titled, Can't Get You Out of My Head: An Emotional History of the Modern World. It's the latest in Curtis's 30-year run of documentaries that stitch together found footage drawn largely from the BBC's archives into epic origin stories of our political and cultural times. Available in its entirety on YouTube, Can't Get You Out of My Head traces associative connections between a number of figures across history—including Jiang Qing, Michael X, Afeni and Tupac Shakur, Edouard Limonov, and others—to craft a dizzying account of the emergence of the global economy, the rise of individualism, and the spread of conspiracy theories. In this week's episode, Film Comment editors Clinton Krute and Devika Girish debate Curtis's aesthetic strategies and political arguments with two old friends: Film at Lincoln Center assistant programmer Dan Sullivan, and Violet Lucca, a former Film Comment editor (and the original host of this podcast!) who now works as web editor at Harper's Magazine. They take on a number of questions in a lively, often impassioned conversation. Is Curtis a journalist, a filmmaker, or a propagandist? Who is the audience for his films? Do his grand theories hold water? And much more. For show notes, go to filmcomment.com/blog/the-film-comment-podcast-cant-get-you-out-of-my-head. This episode of the Film Comment Podcast is sponsored by MUBI. Film Comment readers and listeners can get 30 days of great cinema free at mubi.com/filmcomment.
Review of episodes 5 & 6 of Adam Curtis’ Can’t Get You Out of My Head. Erin reads entries from her old diaries, discussing Khloe Kardashian and Meghan McCain, whether or not we should go through a science fiction phase, nihilistic thought as the subjugation of the nineties kids, and what possible options we have for our collective future. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/realizingstuff/message
Owen Hatherley, Juliet Jacques, and Alberto Toscano join PTO to talk about Adam Curtis's new BBC series Can't Get You Out of My Head. We chatted about Curtis' politics, the changes in his documentary style since the early 1990s, and why he avoids talking about neoliberalism.
On this episode of SPS, Sophia, Pamela and Andreas are joined by Aarhus Platypus member, Victor Cova, to discuss the Adam Curtis documentary series, "Can't Get You Out of My Head: An Emotional History of the Modern World" (2021). We cover the response to the series by the Socialist Workers Party (UK), Doug Lain (Zero Books) and Red Scare podcast. We debate Curtis' conservative approach to history, and what the series has to say about the defeat of the left in the twentieth century. At the beginning of the episode, Grant Tyler introduces the upcoming Platypus International Convention XIII: The Platypus Synthesis, featuring panels: From Protests to Politics? What was the Millennial Left?; The Legacy of Trotskyism; The Politics of Critical Theory; and the Death of the Millennial Left. All events will be held online: FB invite, https://www.facebook.com/events/301295494749910 https://platypus1917.org/platypus-international-convention/platypus-international-convention-2021/ Reference Links: Tribune: An interview with Leo Panitch, A Decade on the Left https://tribunemag.co.uk/2020/03/a-decade-on-the-left Jacobin: Mike Watson, In Defense of Herbert Marcuse https://www.jacobinmag.com/2021/02/herbert-marcuse-matt-taibbi-frankfurt-school Socialist Worker: Adam Curtis mixes stunning images with dodgy politics https://socialistworker.co.uk/art/51349/Adam+Curtis+mixes+stunning+images+with+dodgy+politics Doug Lain (Zero Books): The secret (and not so secret) conservatism of Adam Curtis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76StMC0l7kU&ab_channel=ZeroBooks Jacobin, Interview with Adam Curtis https://jacobinmag.com/2021/03/adam-curtis-bbc-cant-get-you-out-of-my-head-interview Building A Better Society: Have we run out of new ideas? | Adam Curtis & Russell Brand https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aN7UCUDzXGA&t=1s Art Review: The Reverse Marxism of Adam Curtis’s ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’ https://artreview.com/the-reverse-marxism-of-adam-curtis-cant-get-you-out-of-my-head-bbc-iplayer-review/ Platypus Links: 2019 Interview with Bobby Seale (Black Panther Party) https://platypus1917.org/2019/02/03/the-black-panther-party-and-community-organizing-an-interview-with-bobby-seale%EF%BB%BF/ 2019 Interview with Kathleen Cleaver (BPP) https://platypus1917.org/2019/02/03/the-black-panther-party-malcom-x-and-the-question-of-revolutionary-politics-today-an-interview-with-kathleen-cleaver/ 2012 Interview with David Graeber https://platypus1917.org/2012/01/31/interview-with-david-graeber/ David Graeber on "Radical Interpretations of the Present Crisis," Platypus public fora in London, 12.01.2012 https://platypus1917.org/2013/04/01/radical-interpretations-of-the-present-crisis-london-platypus-review/ Hosted by Sophia F., Pamela N and Andreas W., with original tracks by Tamas Vilaghy, and editing assistance by Michael Woodson.
Back for another Dopefiend Quarantined as we count down the weeks to our 420 special, the Dopefiend is joined this week by The Vaporist, Hudsonrulez, BB, Syconot, Scotto Baggins and Green Lady, MangledMe, TeenagePie and Mrs Mole, Jade HempressRising, Lorenzo Hagerty and Jade HempressRising to talk about the recent reductions in prices of medical cannabis in the UK, with one flower now available at only £5 per gram and suggestions of similar prices across the board, how this compares to other medical markets in Canada and Australia, the various medical cannabis ID cards currently available in the UK and whether the many options are muddying the waters, whether UK medical cannabis patients are permitted to drive while using their prescribed cannabis medicine, whether legalization has prevented the police fucking people over in California, the public image of the police in the UK following the murder of Sarah Everard by a police officer and the heavy handed policing of the subsequent peaceful protests, coupled with the threats of extremely tight restrictions on the right to protest. Jade HempressRising also raises the issue of tight restrictions coming in against CBD products and edibles, leading to some talk about creeping authoritarianism in the UK, and some talk about the new documentary Can't Get You Out of My Head by Adam Curtis. Apologies for the audio drop-outs in this episode!
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Jesse Walker, author of the excellent United States of Paranoia (2013) and books editor at Reason, joins Outsider Theory to revisit his book's arguments in light of Trump era politics. We discuss the Capitol riot and why it reveals not a unified front but a highly fractured right-wing fringe, and the continuities between liberal establishment paranoia of recent years and the militia panic of the 90s. Jesse also makes the case that playful internet conspiracy theorizing is a continuation of the much older "ironic style" of paranoia that originated with figures like Kerry Thornley and Robert Anton Wilson in the 1960s. Finally, we critique Adam Curtis's treatment of all these themes in his new film "Can't Get You Out of My Head." https://www.harpercollins.com/products/the-united-states-of-paranoia-jesse-walker https://reason.com/people/jesse-walker/
Sean and Amanda welcome author Chuck Klosterman to dive deep into two fascinating topics. The first is Adam Curtis' sprawling six-part documentary series 'Can't Get You Out of My Head,' which explores the absurdity of modern life and the intersections of power, drugs, culture, and the future of civilization (0:30). Fun times. Then, Chuck poses a radical theory of movie watching, which leads to a conversation about the multiverse and the value of biopics (46:30). Hosts: Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins Guest: Chuck Klosterman
Emily and Ed discuss Can't Get You Out of My Head, the latest film from Adam Curtis, as well as films by directors who tackle incredibly personal subject matter through the documentary form. They also talk about this year's kind of okay slate of Oscar nominees. 00:00:00 - 00:23:49 - Intro & News 00:24:00 - 00:58:48 - Emily & Ed discuss Personal Documentaries 00:58:49 - 01:02:19 - SRS Recommends & Outro
Episode Notes Gunter glieben glauchen globen. You know what that means… it’s The Offspring week! Through their album Americana, the California punk rockers give their own state of the union address and the state is, uh, not great? We do our patriotic duty and explore what’s changed since 1998 (stealing VCRs) and what hasn’t (the man keepin’ you down!). The kids might not be alright but we hope you’ll think this episode is! Favorite Songs - Keanan: Why Don’t You Get a Job Mike: The Kids Aren’t Alright Romeo and Juliet (1996): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKDOWUstfws Malibu’s Most Wanted - Chapstick Rap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecgtb2UA4Lo Sesame Street - “Felines”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8uQCQhD1wo Rock-a-Doodle (1991): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zg0x6EJd4-0 The Music Man - 76 Trombones: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdd6q0pW4DM Can’t Get You Out of My Head documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHFrhIAj0ME “Pretty Fly (For a White Guy)” Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtTR-_Klcq8 “The Kids Aren’t Alright” Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7iNbnineUCI “She’s Got Issues” Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAxPLSvvbXY “Why Don’t You Get a Job” Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LH-i8IvYIcg Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/poppunkproject IG: https://www.instagram.com/poppunkproject/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/poppunkproject Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/the-pop-punk-project Support The Pop Punk Project by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/tppp
We take a look at Stars And Strife, a new Starz documentary by David Smick (“macroeconomic advisor to a select group of prominent global investment funds”). It’s a documentary cautioning against the dangers of populist extremism, featuring the sober, reasonable analysis of James Baker, Leon Panetta, Rahm Emanuel, Alan Greenspan and Larry Summers, among others, and is honestly just as wild and deranged as You Me Madness. This completes a kind of inadvertent trilogy of films exploring inside the dream world from the POV of the middle class (Can’t Get You Out of My Head), the wealthy cultural elites (You Me Madness) and now, economic-political elite (Stars and Strife)
Ben Norton speaks with journalist Yasha Levine about how Silicon Valley has its origins in the US national security and its Cold War on communism. We discuss the links between the United States government and Google, Facebook, and Tor; the far-right anti-China cult Falun Gong; and how Washington rapidly shifted from promoting "internet freedom" to censorship of alternative information. We also talk about Adam Curtis' documentary series Can't Get You Out of My Head, and respond to questions from our patrons on Patreon. Yasha's article "Google has been a military-intel contractor from the very beginning": surveillancevalley.com/blog/google-has-been-a-military-contractor-from-the-very-beginning
Woody and Lana chat about the new doc, individualism vs. collectivism, and why even Adam Curtis has bad China takes. Adam Curtis, Can’t Get You Out of My Head, Lacan, China Get extra episodes on Patreon: www.patreon.com/trashtalksacademy Facebook group: Trash Talks Academy Email: email@example.com Theme song by Sun Kin https://spoti.fi/33m0C83
In episode 827, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian and creator Kareem Rahma to discuss the Harry and Meghan interview with Oprah, the CDC's new guidelines for those who have been vaccinated, the cancellation of Pepe Le Pew, the documentary Can’t Get You Out of My Head, and more! FOOTNOTES: Harry and Meghan interview fallout CDC Comes Around To Issuing Guidance For What The Vaccinated Can Do Will these ranch dressing vending machines leave Angelenos drunk with power? NY Times Columnist Defends Saying Pepe Le Pew ‘Normalized Rape Culture’ After Right-Wing Backlash The Looney Tunes Feature Films That Never Were Pepe Le Pew removed from 'Space Jam' sequel Adam Curtis knows why we all keep falling for conspiracy theories WATCH: Lapalux - LPLX - NO HRT Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Extreme weather can cause desperate situations. So, what can survival experts teach us about navigating wildfires, hurricanes, flooding, and severe winter storms? Can we prepare for these natural events without turning into full-fledged preppers or giving into the assumption of doom? How do we adapt to a changing climate? Les Stroud is a filmmaker, musician, and author best known for Survivorman, the pioneering documentary series that launched Survival Television as a genre. He is also the author of the new children’s book Wild Outside: Around the World with Survivorman and the creator of the forthcoming PBS special Surviving Disasters with Les Stroud. On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Les joins Ross to share his mission around connecting people with nature and using film as an outlet to teach bushcraft and primitive earth skills. Les explains how his work is ‘changing into the future’ to help people adapt to climate change, stressing the general skills of resilience and ingenuity, and reminding us that the truth of survival is in community. Listen in to understand how Wild Outside encourages kids to have adventures in their own backyard (be it the back forty or an urban park) and learn how to prepare for natural events so that they don’t turn into disasters. Connect with Nori Purchase Nori Carbon Removals Join Nori's book club on Patreon Nori's website Nori on Facebook Nori on Twitter Resources Survivorman Les Stroud on YouTube Les Stroud’s Website Wild Outside: Around the World with Survivorman by Les Stroud Survive! Essential Skills and Tactics to Get You Out of Anywhere—Alive by Les Stroud with Michael Vlessides Les Stroud’s Wild Harvest Surviving Disasters with Les Stroud The 10 Bushcraft Books by Richard Graves Primitive Technology on YouTube Max Brooks Survivor Man on The Office Ray Mears Bush Tucker Man --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/support
WERE BACK SUCKOS. After a BIT OF A BREAK due to ***depression*** and ***insert another thing here*** Jack and Meredith triumphantly return despite Jack's inability to record the audio correctly to talk through the brief recovery narrative in Sia's Music, Celebrity AA culture, and Adam Curtis' documentary Can't Get You Out of My Head.
Chapo UK correspondent Adam Curtis returns to discuss the limits of individualism, goodies and baddies, conspiracies, manipulation, and dancing, all through the themes and characters of his new film series Can’t Get You Out of My Head.
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