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Cinema60
Ep #51 - Czechoslovak New Wave & the Forman School in the 60s

Cinema60

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 101:22


Like the rest of Europe, Czechoslovakia was busy making its own cinematic waves in the 1960s. Arguably, the Czechoslovak New Wave was one of the broadest and most formidable, stretching from extremely abstract art films to slice-of-life kitchen sink dramas. These filmmakers went in search of truth – indulging in a mix of dark humor, social satire and pure absurdism – and they would have gotten away with it too if it weren't for that dang ol' Soviet Union eventually putting the smack down on them. At the forefront of this movement was a special foreman – Miloš Forman, that is. By his side was Ivan Passer, Jaroslav Papoušek and Václav Šašek, all of whom graduated from FAMU and went on to work together closely as filmmakers. In our latest episode, Bart and Jenna take a plunge into the Czechoslovak New Wave and start with the this Miloš Forman School of collaborators. Get ready for some killer Czech rock'n'roll, a whole bunch of brass bands, a lot of existential crises and some super judgmental looks!The following films are discussed:• Audition/Talent Competition (1964) Konkurs Directed by Miloš Forman Starring Vera Kresadlová, Jan Vostrcil, Vladimír Pucholt• Black Peter (1964) Černý Petr Directed by Miloš Forman Starring Ladislav Jakim, Jan Vostrcil, Vladimír Pucholt• Intimate Lighting (1965) Intimní osvetlení Directed by Ivan Passer Starring Vera Kresadlová, Jan Vostrcil, Zdenek Bezusek• Loves of a Blonde (1965) Lásky jedné plavovlásky Directed by Miloš Forman Starring Hana Brejchová, Jan Vostrcil, Vladimír Pucholt• The Firemen's Ball (1967) Hoří, má panenko Directed by Miloš Forman Starring Jan Vostrcil, Josef Sebánek, Jan Stöckl• The Most Beautiful Age (1969) Nejkrásnější věk Directed by Jaroslav Papousek Starring Hana Brejchová, Vera Kresadlová, Ladislav Jakim

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay
Rocktober 2021 - Part 2: Two Sides of an Uncertain Smile

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 115:41


On this week's show, we... spin fresh tracks from Idles, Big Thief & Neil Young & Crazy Horse blast live cuts from The Replacements & Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band spend quality time with superlative new records from Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit and Jeremy Porter & The Tucos  All this & much, much less!Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.

The Danny Diess Show
New Wave/Industrial Mix By Popular Demand. Episode 188

The Danny Diess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 144:29


This Friday's All Request Any Genre is a New Wave Alternative/ 80s 90s Industrial Music Mega Mix by popular demand.

SkyWatchTV Podcast
Five in Ten 10/12/21: New Wave of Migrants Coming North

SkyWatchTV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 21:00


Reports from the border region between Colombia and Panama warn that as many as 20,000 more Haitian migrants are walking northward, drawn by the belief that pregnant women and families with children will get preferential treatment by the U.S. government. SkyWatchTV was banned by YouTube! Please follow SkyWatchTV on Rumble: www.rumble.com/skywatchtv 5) Southwest Airlines cancelled more than 2,000 flights over the weekend for reasons that aren't clear; 4) New surge of Haitian migrants headed for US-Mexico border; 3) 136 nations agree to 15% minimum corporate tax; 2) Transgender doctors warn against puberty blocking drugs for children; 1) Government using “keyword warrants” to secretly access Google searches.

Selling With Social Sales Podcast
The New Wave of Modern Sales Engagement with Michael Labate, #187

Selling With Social Sales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 49:43


Sinking time and money into outdated sales techniques is why so many organizations are struggling to increase their results.  That's why the question should shift to focus on how to implement the most cutting-edge sales tools to identify prospects faster and nurture deeper relationships. My guest in this episode of The Modern Selling Podcast is a tech-savvy sales leader who has his finger on the pulse of modern sales in the digital age. Make sure to tune into my in-depth conversation with the one and only Michael Labate to get a digital front row seat to the incredible social selling tools, strategies, and insights he's using to 3x the sales conversations of his team. Michael Labate, North American President of Intellias has a remarkable career spanning over two decades in various industries including Technology, Banking, and Sales & Marketing, serving midsize and large enterprise clients.  Combining his extensive business background with his Executive MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, Michael was instrumental at SAP, and, now Intellias, in establishing profitable revenue-enabling and revenue-generating business activities across regions with a focus on digital sales strategy, innovation, go-to-market, and operational excellence. The incredible insights Michael shares in this episode are exactly what sales leaders need to quickly gain an insider's advantage to master the art of social selling. Download this episode so you can hear how mastering social selling can land sales teams 100% better leads for 50% of the cost. How to adapt to remote selling the right way. The pandemic has changed how sales leaders are approaching customer touchpoints, for the first time in some organizations.  So, I was curious to know what Michael has seen emerging in this space and what Intellias, a global enterprise, has done to adapt to remote selling. Michael shares, “If the pandemic did anything, it accelerated what I call social selling – it's broader than just social – it also includes the social tools and technologies behind doing this… For Intellias, it was a major adaptation we had to make. There was some of this in place, but never implemented in the North American market.” Even for sales teams with large technology budgets, it can be challenging to make that shift to more social-driven outreach in the current virtual selling world. Plus, without the right digital transformation training, many sales leaders have a host of remote sales tools and strategies but lack the clear vision to know how to execute. Michael encountered a similar challenge with moving Intellias into leveraging social selling. He solved that with mandatory sales leadership training, like the courses we offer here at Vengreso, for example, our Modern Sales Mastery program. “We had to establish baselines to see how well we were actually doing. We noticed very quickly, with doing online engagement, that being proactive and moving the conversation from email or phone call to social platforms that we started seeing a significant uplift in our results. But, we had to invest in training first.” Tune into the full episode to hear what Michael recommends that sales leaders and executives do before making the remote selling leap. Does remote selling work for every customer segment? At Vengreso, we always promote hyper-personalization in sales – no matter the client, like we do following our PVC sales methodology. And, I was curious to hear Michael's approach and if he saw Intellias moving back toward using more traditional sales methods, at some point in the future. His answer is exactly why selecting the right sales strategy for your customer segments is so important. “We have both SMB and enterprise clients. On the SMB side, social selling drives these important interactions, especially since we are doing a lot of cross-border outreach. But, on the enterprise side, the initial outreach is not happening on LinkedIn, it's happening very differently…” Listen to the episode (particularly around the 15-minute mark) to hear Michael's actionable advice on how to approach enterprise prospects in the digital age to consistently nail sales meetings. What are sales leaders really missing? Sales data proves that the fastest way to get into someone's office is not through a cold call or a cold email, but rather through a referral. Yet, despite 60% of referrals resulting in a sales conversation, it always amazes me how many sales leaders don't start an outbound cadence with the referral. This is such an important sales tool that so many teams aren't using that could powerfully move the needle on their company's growth. At Vengreso, our longest article is about prospecting and it outlines why the first step of any outbound cadence must be securing a digital referral.  After all, why go after new business with cold outreach, when you can easily tap into the network you have at your fingertips? I wanted to pick Michael's brain and see what he believed was holding sales leaders back from using the power of referral. His insight was very telling, “When I ask sales leaders this same question, I often hear that it takes time to try to find that referral… sales executives are up against quota, so they'd rather ‘spray and pray' because they think it's easier or faster.” That's why Michael highly recommends that sales leaders take a very unique approach to get better sales referrals.  Check out the episode to hear the strategy Michael uses to get more quality referrals – in less time. How do you win the cold outreach game? I knew if anyone could answer this question, it would be Michael. In our conversation, I asked him to share some of the data he's collected within a global sales engine that points to what's really working in cold outreach. Because I'm always surprised when I speak to experienced sales leadershow much emphasis they place on the number of dials they can make in a day. That's not what we consider modern selling at Vengreso.  Instead, we focus on targeting specific accounts, with varied buyer personas and using that to make hyper-personalized outreach to a highly selective group. The data Michael shares validates that point too, “We tracked the likelihood that an outreach method would produce a strong lead over an entire year. The data says it all. Our cold calls had a 0.15% success rate, generic automated emails bumped up to 0.3%, highly personalized emails jumped up to 1% success rate, but LinkedIn was closer to 2.5-3%!” This new discussion around social selling is so powerful and immediately relevant for ALL sales leaders. We dive deeper into conquering cold outreach on LinkedIn throughout this entire episode. So, make sure to tune in to hear Michael's approach to social selling and how you can use it to consistently book more sales meetings. What's the modern selling wave of the future? Almost by accident, Michael shared this powerful statistic, “This method was 50% cheaper but it  produced 100% more inbound responses.” So, naturally, I had to know what he was referencing. Michael calls it intent- or signal-based outreach and according to his results, it is THE best way to win the remote selling game. His approach to intent-based outreach follows five key steps: Identify a source to provide intent-based data. Look for trends in who is searching on key parameters. Based on the data, put these contacts into an immediate outreach sequence. Leverage integration tools to target these audiences with specific sales messaging. Follow-up with personalized messages that speak to the pain points (that you know they have). In today's technology-driven world, it seems like a straightforward framework to follow, especially when you deploy tools like Bombora and Zoominfo. When you look closely at the sales data – intent-based outreach becomes even more of a no-brainer approach to at least try.  According to Michael, “When you use this targeted approach and reach out with messages that are hyper-personalized to people that you know have a problem that you can solve, then I've seen response rates shoot up another 1-2%.”  But, this is just the tip of the social selling iceberg. Listen to the entire episode to hear Michael's top 10 must-have sales tools that he's used to quickly expand Intelllias into North America and beyond – using powerful social selling.  If you get anything out of this episode, the 10 minutes on this topic alone is well worth the listen!

Curious Creatures
James Murphy Part Two : The Weird Kid in My Town

Curious Creatures

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 36:37


James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem) is back to chat with Lol and Budgie for the second time. Lol and Budgie discover that James really digs crazy music. They talk about the Road to Damascus leading to the Fountain of Eternal Youth, along with creating and why mistakes matter! Later Lol and Budgie discover drumming on chunks of metal, a love of staircases, and composing on steering wheels waiting for the lights to change.For more info about topics discussed by Lol, Budgie and James in this week's episode, visit us online at https://curiouscreaturespodcast.com/Socials:Website: https://curiouscreaturespodcast.comFacebook: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialTwitter: @curecreaturesInstagram: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialLol Tolhurst: Facebook: @officialloltolhurst Twitter: @LolTolhurst Instagram: @lol.tolhurst Budgie: Facebook: @budgieofficial Twitter: @TuWhit2whoo Instagram: @budgie646James Murphy:Facebook: @lcdsoundsystem Twitter: @lcdsoundsystem Instagram: @lcdsoundsystemCurious Creatures is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network. For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app. 

I Got Your 5 Stars
Recap of New Wave Pro's "Higher Ground 10"!!!

I Got Your 5 Stars

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 85:26


Tonight, Prof J & Referee Sean P. discuss New Wave Pro's recent "Higher Ground 10" taping, and take a look at Sean's wild upcoming weekend!!

Aced Out Podcast
EP 23: Muruga Booker [P-FUNK, et al]

Aced Out Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 158:24


** visit acedoutpodcast.com to see photos and more **“The funk is the stench that you smell after you work really hard.” So says MURGA BOOKER, drummer, percussionist, shaman & card-carrying funkateer. And he would know. After all, from 1980 to ‘85, Booker was deeply embedded in the P-Funk camp, working with George Clinton and everyone else around Disc Ltd. Studios in Detroit. He was snatched up by Rubber Band drummer Frankie “Cash” Waddy and Bootsy Collins himself after they had heard him play the Moroccan clay drums at his pad. They were also impressed by Booker's work with Weather Report, bassist Michael Henderson, and Detroit soul group the Fantastic Four. By then, Muruga had figured out how to make himself indispensable to producers and bandleaders alike. “I saw everybody in Detroit at Motown playing congas and bongos and maybe some timbales.” He explains. “So I went to Israeli and Greek doumbek and Moroccan clay drums… By having those instruments, I was not in any direct competition.” This explains the sounds of albums like the Electric Spanking of War Babies, which you might have noticed has a lot more varied and freaky percussion in the mix than Funkadelic records previous. Muruga's funky hands are also busy on Clinton solo joints such as Computer Games (1982) and You Shouldn't Nuf Bit Fish (1983), the P-Funk AllStars' Urban Dance Floor Guerillas (1983), and the lesser known gem, a Bootsy project called GodMama (1981). But that's not all. Being around George during this period also put Murugua in direct proximity to Sly Stone, whom Booker was able to entice to play bass (!) on his project, Muruga and the Soda Jerks, a quirky, New Wave-sounding version of the P signed and produced by Clinton. But Muruga's contribution to Parliament-Funkadelic was not only musical but also medicinal. He served as the group's masseuse and yoga instructor, teaching Bernie Worrell, George, Sly, et al breathing techniques in between bites of Booker's mother's paprikash. But Muruga's musical journey didn't start with the P — not by a long shot. In fact, as a teenager in 1960, Steve (not yet Muruga) Booker already had a hit. The band was called the Low Rocks and the song was “Blueberry Jam,” a super-sped up reworking of “Blueberry Hill” by Fats Domino. “We were the young garage punks of the era” says Booker, who was recruited directly from the audience when the previous Low Rocks drummer abruptly quit at a house party. The gig wound up lasting only a year, but the band had some exciting opportunities, including backing up Little Stevie Wonder in a battle of the bands. Soon after that, Steve Booker began to see the drums not just as an instrument but also as a theory of life. He basically moved into Detroit's legendary blues and folk club the Chess Mate, where he would eventually become bandleader. There he would play hours-long drum solos every night. But the young Serbian stickman still lacked some key ingredients. One night, after he had finished yet another one of his extended excursions, a Black gentleman approached. “I see what you're trying to do,” he told Booker. But rather then launching into a lecture, the man handed him a cassette tape of Drums of Passion by Nigerian drummer Babatunde Olatunji. And just like that, Booker's life changed. He spent the next two weeks in his mom's living room, eight hours per day, dancing to Drums and seeing how the music made his body move. Things were starting to make sense. “If you do not love Africa or it's people, then you cannot love the blues, or jazz, or rock and roll,” he says. The lessons came in handy when he played support for none other than John Lee Hooker, whom he grew to admire deeply. “I realized that Hooker was not just a blues man, but he was a spiritual ju ju man, a healer,” says Booker. “Also he was a storyteller… That comes from griot. The griot is the storyteller of the tribe.” The pairing of the two went so well they were featured as a double bill, “Hooker & Booker.” Booker also had some of the best jams in his life at The Scene club in New York, where the top musicians of the day would go to let it all hang out musically when they weren't in the studio or on tour. There the Band of Gypsys' Buddy Miles served as a musical lightning rod of sorts. “When you go play the top clubs like The Scene,” Booker explains, “it's top musicians going there, but jamming and intermingling and exchanging with each other… That's the place where a George Clinton or a Sly Stone or a Mitch Mitchell or a Larry Coryell could go. But Buddy Miles… He was creating an atmosphere that drew all of those musicians like bees to honey.” By the late 60's into the 70s, Booker's deep plunges into musical depths had evolved into an intense curiosity and appreciation for spiritual contemplation—even more so than many peers of the era. This phase of his journey truly began on Day 1 of the iconic Woodstock Festival, where he landed in a helicopter to perform with Tim Hardin. It was there that he found himself in the presence of Swami Satchidananda, with whom Booker would live in ashram for two years as a celibate monk. In fact, it was Satchidananda who gave Muruga his name.As a result of such intense studies, Muruga became very adept at tuning in rather than tuning out, and adapting his more avant garde, exploratory tendencies to a centered principle. “A musician has to listen,” he explains. “Then you respond.” But he contends that he reached his highest plateau as a drummer once he mastered the concept of ambience and space, which he defines as: “to play the space as well as the note, and to create ambience with the space within the notes.” This seemingly unlikely marriage of freedom and discipline ultimately leads to Muruga's theory of employing “law and grace” when serving up the Funk. “1-2-3-4 is a law,” he teaches. “On the one is the law… But grace is ‘I'm being in the oneness' while I am playing.” In other words, the law guides you until you are ready to transcend it, to exist in the groove. “You must know this,” he insists. “Otherwise you don't even know funk.” Today, Muruga lives in Ann Arbor and is as jovial and active as ever, an orthodox priest and patented inventor of the Nada drum with a catalog of music that is deep and wide. In this expansive, inspiring and often hilarious interview, Muruga talks about how he used to add wah-wah's and phasers to his cymbals in order to “wake people up” by reenacting the then-ongoing Vietnam War onstage—causing half an audience in the South to give him a standing ovation, and the other half to walk out. Muruga also talks about why the rhythmic concept of “the push and drag” is the essence of life, mistakes drummers tend to make when playing the blues, and why he got scared the first time he heard the drum machine. As if that weren't enough, Muruga also describes being made fun of by Don Rickles for 20 minutes straight, the magic of Sly Stone's recording techniques, why Richie Havens is an “illuminary,” and that time he jammed one-on-one with JIMI HENDRIX on bass.Produced & Hosted by Ace AlanCohosted by Jay Stonew/ Content Produced by Aaron Booker & AndreFoxxeWebsite & Art by 3chardsEngineered by Nick “Waes” Carden at the Blue Room in Oakland, CABut we couldn't have done it without Mawnstr and especially Scott SheppardIntro track “I Can Never Be” from Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth by the Funkanauts. Go get it wherever music is sold. RIP Brotha P. Rest in Power ROBIN RUSSELL of New Birth(Aug 27, 1952 — Sep 8, 2021) ** visit acedoutpodcast.com to see photos and more **

Serving it HOT
Season 6 Ep 9: Creating a New Wave in Business

Serving it HOT

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 13:40


When I first entered the business owner space eight years ago, I noticed a trend: old school vs. new school. And we've talked about this on the podcast before — how I wanted to lead from a place that felt authentic and aligned, not sleazy or scammy. But in the last three years, I've been seeing a shift. For a lot of us, and especially for me, the "new school" approach we created? Yeah, it doesn't fit anymore. With all the change happening in the world, we're being asked to adapt, and to shift how we show up. So now what? Let's talk about what comes next. Where are you on your leadership journey? I'd love to know! Head on over to https://lisakuzman.com/ to take my leadership quiz or book a call for some one-on-one time. Got a burning question, or a topic for me to cover on the podcast? Shoot me an email at podcast@lisakuzman.com. And of course, if you haven't already, I hope you'll join my trauma sensitive leadership group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/764082764458292/

Famous Lost Words
702 - Aerosmith! Alicia Keys! Everly Brothers! Men Without Hats!

Famous Lost Words

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 42:04


      In 1978, Steven Tyler and Aerosmith made the mistake of starring in the movie flop “Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band”. It was beginning of a downturn for the band's fortunes. This week's interview comes from that time period – as they gamely try to hype the film and talk about the band's past success. Tyler even explains why they dropped one of their biggest hits from their setlist. We also hear from Joe Perry – who talks about his love of touring – and all the things that come with it.           Alicia Keys was in great spirits when she talked to us in 2005 as she told us some very funny stories from her career – including an embarrassing story in which she tripped and came crashing to the stage in front of an important showcase of journalists and music executives.           With the recent loss of Don Everly, we uncovered some rare clips of Don talking about two of the Everlys biggest hits, including why “Wake Up Little Suzie” was banned by some radio stations.            And Tom has a brand new chat with Ivan Doroschuk from Men Without Hats, who have a new EP of cover versions out. Ivan looks back on the early days of New Wave, the Montreal music scene – and the great story of the incident at an Ottawa bar that inspired “The Safety Dance”! (Clue: blame it on The B-52's!) Famous Lost Words, hosted by Christopher Ward and Tom Jokic, is heard in more than 100 countries worldwide and on radio stations across Canada, including Newstalk 1010 Toronto, CJAD 800 Montreal, 580 CFRA Ottawa, AM 800 CKLW Windsor, Newstalk 1290 London, 610 CKTB St Catharines, CFAX Victoria, AM1150 Kelowna and 91x in Belleville.  Check out Christopher Ward's new album “Same River Twice” – out now!

Zona de Promesas
Todo sobre Federico: Moura y Virus

Zona de Promesas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 26:32


En este episodio exploramos la vida y los tiempos de Federico José Moura (1951 – 1988), diseñador de moda, cantante, compositor, productor y vocalista de la trascendental agrupación argentina Virus, formada junto a sus hermanos Julio y Marcelo en 1981.  Tambien recordamos al legendario baterista de los Rolling Stones, Charlie Watts. 

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay
Rocktober 2021 - Part 1: Pour One Out for Dr. Smith

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 116:39


On this week's show, we... bid adieu to the late, great Dr. Lonnie Smith  spend quality time with superlative new records from Adia Victoria & Dirty Honey spin new tracks by John Mellencamp, Parquet Courts & Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit All this & much, much less!Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.

Stories From The Eastern West

Vera Chytilová was the most important woman director of the Czechoslovak New Wave – although she remains relatively unknown outside of Central Europe. As the first female student of the prestigious FAMU film school in Prague, she had to fight in order to do things her own way. During the creative explosion of the Czechoslovak New Wave, she made her most well known film ‘Daisies' (1966) – a surrealist pop-art comedy, about two young women who set their minds on creating humorous destruction around them. The 1968 Warsaw Pact invasion of her country stopped Chytilová's promising career dead in its tracks, but unlike Miloś Forman (‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest', 1975) and others, she refused to emigrate, despite the huge personal cost. After seven years of professional exile, she was allowed to return to filmmaking in the late 1970s, once again finding critical success. After the privatisation of the Czech film industry in the 1990s, she was one of the first to adapt with ‘The Inheritance' (1992) – a scathing satire on the effect free-for-all capitalism was having on her fellow citizens. Having never compromised on her beliefs, she remained a moral authority in her country until her death in 2014, and continues to inspire those lucky enough to come across her films for the first time. Listen to the episode to hear her fascinating story. Click here to get the transcript Like our show? Sign up for our newsletter! Further reading Vera Chytilova Dies at 85; Made Daring Films in Czech New Wave // on nytimes.com "It's still revolutionary' : Věra Chytilová's Daisies comes sixth in BBC poll of films by women // on Czech Radio.cz The Cinematic Gems of the Czechoslovak New Wave // on Hyperallergic.com Poles Conquer Czech Cinema // on Culture.pl The Most Powerful Films From Beyond the Iron Curtain // on Culture.pl Further watching Naughty Young People: Chytilová, Kučera, Krumbachova (2012) // documentary at Vimeo.com Thanks Tereza Kučerova // set designer and visual artist, for talking to us about her mother, and her childhood memories of the dramatic events of 1968. Anička Hanáková // for helping translate our conversation and sharing her own memories of her grandmother. Dr. Michal Bregant // director of the National Film Archive in Prague, for sharing his experience of working with Chytilová in the 1980s. Professor Jan Bernard // for talking about his former teaching colleague at at FAMU. Dr. Jindřiška Bláhová // Assistant Film Studies Professor at Charles University, for sharing her knowledge of Chytilová's life and work. Jakub Felcman // filmmaker and former student of Chytilová at FAMU, for talking to us about the Czech director as a teacher and mentor. Lastly, a special thanks to Barbora Lochmanová from the Czech Film Center and Jitka Rohanova from the Polish Institute in Prague for their help in making the episode possible. Credits Written & produced by Piotr Wołodźko Edited by Wojciech Oleksiak & Adam Zulawski Hosted by Nitzan Reisner & Adam Zulawski Scoring & sound design by Wojciech Oleksiak

The Irish Tech News Podcast
Real-Time Payments: The new wave of payments innovation is here

The Irish Tech News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 23:03


We have seen a tectonic shift across industries and business models during the pandemic. How businesses adapted to the changes on the ground was a stress test in real time. As customer behavior changed, payments changed along with them, seeing a rapid rise in contactless at point of sale and new ways to pay for all types of services via mobile and online checkouts. In looking to demystify how payments -- especially real time payments -- have changed, this week Theo and Bradley speak with Ginny Chappell, Senior Vice President, Fintech Leader, Digital Payments and Banking at FIS, about how their RealNet real time payment network will connect and empower a new wave of payment experiences.

My Life In The Mosh Of Ghosts
My Life In The Mosh Of Ghosts - Gig 52. Bow Wow Wow, The Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield, 29th October 1981.

My Life In The Mosh Of Ghosts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 17:03


Roger reflects on the tragic loss of former band mate Stephen "Judd" Turner, who passed away on September 29th, 1981, aged 24 years old. The same day as the narrator turned 21. Some weeks pass, and the mood is lifted by the irresistible afro-pop sizzle of Bow Wow Wow, live at the recently re-opened Lyceum Theatre in Sheffield.Thank you to Simon Elliott-Kemp for the intro and outro music and stings.Thank you to Rionagh for the artwork.Sound FX courtesy of Freesound.org, with particular thanks to:Venusian Charm - twangy guitar.MSXP - jazz bar ambience.Orangefreesounds - funky disco loop.Acenet - surf guitar.PJ Cohen - doumbek loop.Logicmoon - voodoo dance loop.Rikus 246 - concert ambience.Beeproductive - concert cheering.

The tastytrade network
The Trader's Instinct - October 5, 2021 - The New Wave Is Here to Stay

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 22:07


Are all traders gamblers or are all gamblers traders? Anton joins Liz to discuss this in depth.

The tastytrade network
The Trader's Instinct - October 5, 2021 - The New Wave Is Here to Stay

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 22:58


Are all traders gamblers or are all gamblers traders? Anton joins Liz to discuss this in depth.

One Vision
Real-Time Payments: The new wave of payments innovation is here

One Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 23:03


We have seen a tectonic shift across industries and business models during the pandemic. How businesses adapted to the changes on the ground was a stress test in real time. As customer behavior changed, payments changed along with them, seeing a rapid rise in contactless at point of sale and new ways to pay for all types of services via mobile and online checkouts. In looking to demystify how payments -- especially real time payments -- have changed, this week Theo and Bradley speak with Ginny Chappell, Senior Vice President, Fintech Leader, Digital Payments and Banking at FIS, about how their RealNet real time payment network will connect and empower a new wave of payment experiences. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Rhetoriq
Real-Time Payments: The new wave of payments innovation is here

Rhetoriq

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 23:03


We have seen a tectonic shift across industries and business models during the pandemic. How businesses adapted to the changes on the ground was a stress test in real time. As customer behavior changed, payments changed along with them, seeing a rapid rise in contactless at point of sale and new ways to pay for all types of services via mobile and online checkouts. In looking to demystify how payments -- especially real time payments -- have changed, this week Theo and Bradley speak with Ginny Chappell, Senior Vice President, Fintech Leader, Digital Payments and Banking at FIS, about how their RealNet real time payment network will connect and empower a new wave of payment experiences. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

IT Visionaries
Create Structures to Free Employees to be Their Best, with Preeti Somal, VP of Engineering at HashiCorp, and Mark Thiele, CEO and Founder of Edgewana

IT Visionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 49:48


The world has changed; work has too. Many people are reassessing both their personal and professional lives. The truth is that the personal and professional worlds have always been intertwined. People never left their humanity outside the front door of the office. Now, due to the increase in remote work, there may not even be a physical office. And the integration of personal and professional life is more obvious today than ever before. Work is being done at home, but so is taking care of the household or kids. There's a lot of life for people to sort out. It's a challenging time, for sure, but also one filled with potential.Companies have an opportunity to take care of their employees in new ways. Or, if they are reluctant to change, employees can leave for other opportunities. Instead of an outdated and unhelpful mentality about controlling workers, companies have to adjust to make sure employees have the freedom they need to do their best work.Part of this is making sure that work culture is good. Leaders don't try to control employees; they make sure their path is smooth to do their work. It's also about providing the right tools at the opportune time to get work done efficiently. Most people are decent and hard working. They want to be productive and to be respected. If companies take care of their core needs, employees will produce, increase ROI, innovate, and care for customers. On this episode of IT Visionaries, Preeti Somal, the VP of Engineering at HashiCorp and Mark Thiele, the CEO and Founder of Edgevana, discuss how companies can transform to create more productive work environments in this new era of increased personal and professional integration. Enjoy the episode!Takeaways:A Good Culture and the Right Tools: In this new world of increased remote work, companies must create an environment where workers feel satisfied and productive in order to retain them. First, create a work culture based on trust, freedom, and support. Then, provide the right technical tools that make work easier for employees to be their best.Control is a Mirage: Most employees care and do quality work. Trying to control workers based upon the fear of a few underperformers is counterproductive. Control isn't even really possible nor should it be desirable. It restricts the freedom that is necessary for most workers to achieve their goals. Instead, performance must be evaluated through common sense and accomplishments rather than surveillance.New Wave of Internal Tools: Low-code and no-code developments are allowing for lots of new tools to be created within companies. These new tools can be micro-targeted to help a few employees, but also have the ability to be designed, developed, and integrated rapidly. With so many new internal applications, it's important to develop an organizational team and platform to track them.---IT Visionaries is brought to you by the Salesforce Platform - the #1 cloud platform for digital transformation of every experience. Build connected experiences, empower every employee, and deliver continuous innovation - with the customer at the center of everything you do. Learn more at salesforce.com/platform

Curious Creatures
James Murphy Part One : Sex and Drugs and Northern Soul

Curious Creatures

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 34:10


James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem) joins Lol and Budgie on this episode of Curious Creatures. Budgie and Lol discover that James knows all about the English Doom. They discuss the Power of newness. Limitations are good now, everyone thinks they're cool. James says he loves Lol and Budgie (and they love him back). Later Lol and Budgie discover leather pants.For more info about topics discussed by Lol, Budgie and James in this week's episode, visit us online at https://curiouscreaturespodcast.com/Socials:Website: https://curiouscreaturespodcast.comFacebook: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialTwitter: @curecreaturesInstagram: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialLol Tolhurst: Facebook: @officialloltolhurst Twitter: @LolTolhurst Instagram: @lol.tolhurst Budgie: Facebook: @budgieofficial Twitter: @TuWhit2whoo Instagram: @budgie646James Murphy:Facebook: @lcdsoundsystem Twitter: @lcdsoundsystem Instagram: @lcdsoundsystemCurious Creatures is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network. For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app. 

I Got Your 5 Stars
The "Mad Scientist" of New Wave Pro ... Earl Joseph!!!!

I Got Your 5 Stars

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 92:12


Tonight, Sean & Jeremy talk with "The Liverpool Lip" Earl Joseph about the absolute TEAR New Wave Pro is on. We recap "Off the Grid," look ahead to this weekend's "Higher Ground" show in Terre Haute, and look at Earl's upcoming schedule. Sean & Jeremy are both Earl Joseph Guys ... and you should be too!!!!

La French P@rty
La_New_Wave

La French P@rty

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 331:08


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Car Stuff Podcast
End of Internal-Combustion Engines, New Wave of Off-Road-Ready SUVs

Car Stuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 53:50


Host Tom Appel and co-hosts Jill Ciminillo and Damon Bell kick off the show by discussing the latest wave of off-road-focused SUVs and sub-brands such as Ford's Timberline, Honda's Trailsport, and Subaru's Wilderness. John McElroy, host and editorial director of the Autoline family of automotive-industry newscasts, joins us to talk about his prediction/prescription for the forthcoming "sunset" of mainstream internal-combustion engines. Tom has a "manual or no manual?" quiz for Damon and Jill, and Damon runs down the latest articles on the Consumer Guide Daily Drive blog--including a test-drive review of the redesigned-for-2021 BMW M4 Competition Coupe. 

USArabRadio
Between 9/11 20th Anniversary and the Afghanistan Crisis: A New Wave of Islamophobia?

USArabRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 54:25


Dr. Sahar Khamis discussed the latest rising wave of Islamophobia and its implications, especially in the aftermath of the Afghanistan crisis and the return of Taliban, and the recent 20th anniversary of 9/11. The discussion will tackle the questions of why, and how, this new wave of Islamophobia has been on the rise lately, both globally and in the United States; what are the manifestations and implications of this escalating trend; how are different Muslim, and non-Muslim, groups and orgnizations trying to combat it; and the double-edged sword effect of the media in this regard. with her guests, Mr. Shahed Amanullah and Dr. Amin Asfari Shahed Amanullah is Managing Director of Frost Capital and co-founder of Zakatify, a social impact fintech startup. From 2011 to 2014, Shahed served in President Barack Obama's administration as Senior Advisor for Technology at the US Department of State, working under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. He is the founder of Altmuslim, an online magazine with 2.5 million annual unique users, and served as its editor-in-chief for 10 years before its 2011 acquisition. In 1998, he created Zabihah, the world's first and largest Halal restaurant guide, with 10 million annual users and 750,000 app downloads. He serves as an advisor to the Muslim Caucus of America, which works to empower Muslim candidates for public office and educate the American Muslim electorate of their civic responsibilities, and is a founding board member of the Muslim Public Service Network, which since 1993 has graduated hundreds of Muslims interested in public service careers from its Washington, DC summer program. Dr. Amin Asfari is an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Wake Tech College, and a contributing faculty member at Campbell University in the Department of History, Political Science, and Criminal Justice. He is an interdisciplinary researcher whose areas of expertise are in public policy, criminal justice reform, prejudice and race, with an emphasis on Islamophobia. His ongoing scholarship seeks to understand the construction of Muslims as the “other,” and to identify the public policies that foster and legitimize this label. His forthcoming book Elders and Brothers: Jews and Muslims in the White Supremacist Imagination considers the role of conspiracism in mass shootings. He is also working to develop an integrated theoretical model that explains the process of “othering," which draws from various disciplines and methodological approaches to fine-tune our understanding of Islamophobia. His research contributes to the empirical understanding of American Muslims--a historically understudied group. The episode was broadcast: 24/9/2021 US Arab Radio can be heard on wnzk 690 AM, WDMV 700 AM, and WPAT 930 AM. Please visit: www.facebook.com/USArabRadio/ Web site : arabradio.us/ Online Radio: www.radio.net/s/usarabradio Twitter : twitter.com/USArabRadio Instagram : www.instagram.com/usarabradio/ Youtube : US Arab Radio

Curious Creatures
Curious Creatures Season One Trailer

Curious Creatures

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 1:30


Curious Creatures is hosted by Lol Tolhurst and Budgie. Lol is the co-founder of The Cure and Budgie was the drummer for Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Slits, Big in Japan, and co-founder of The Creatures. The duo have over 100 years of combined experience to draw upon since their beginnings as punk pioneers.  In each episode of Curious Creatures, Lol and Budgie explore post punk's enduring legacy and contemporary relevance. They welcome luminaries from all walks of life for revealing, yet relaxed conversation. Audience questions - “curious questions” - will be answered at the end of each episode. For more info about topics discussed by Lol, Budgie and their guests, visit us online at https://curiouscreaturespodcast.com/ Website: https://curiouscreaturespodcast.com Facebook: @CuriousCreaturesOfficial Twitter: @curecreatures Instagram: @CuriousCreaturesOfficial Lol Tolhurst: Facebook: @officialloltolhurst Twitter: @LolTolhurst Instagram: @lol.tolhurst Budgie: Facebook: @budgieofficial Twitter: @TuWhit2whoo Instagram: @budgie646Curious Creatures is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network. For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app.  

Ashlee and the New JAM'N Morning Show
Are Open Relationships The New Wave?

Ashlee and the New JAM'N Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 84:23


Debts No Honest Man Can Pay
Deep, Rich Autumnal Hues

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 115:11


On this week's show, we...  nerd out over last week's Son Volt show at The Visulite Theatre & The Outlaw Tour's stop at PNC Music Pavilion spend quality time with Mac McCaughan's new solo joint  celebrate 30 years of Nirvana's Nevermind  All this & much, much less! Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.

Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World
Episode 494: Modcast #494: The Triple Play

Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 70:23


It's the end of the season, the pennant race is on, the fall classic is looming. So, of course I had to call up some ringers to talk baseball and music. First up is DJ Ken from The Shingles, and batting cleanup is none other than Vista Blue front man, Mike Patton. All baseball related songs of course, and a few of baseball's greatest play calls as well. As always find a complete track list, bonus videos, and all the important links to all the important stuff over on the modcast homepage at http://www.mistersuave.com/2021/09/modcast-494-triple-play.htmlAnd keep up with me between modcasts:Twitter - https://twitter.com/mistersuaveFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/modmodworldInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/mrrobsuave/Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7GRj5El2drXcG7sPay6BWv?si=Vq4MIa56Sm6MryFjStlMwwSubscribe  with iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mr-suaves-mod-mod-world/id154325887Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006.

Deep Dives and Deep Cuts: the History of Punk, Post-punk and New Wave (1976-1986)

The lads record a last-minute Bonus Track episode to address a number of burning questions. Exactly where is the Deep Dive episode on the Jam that everyone was promised? Was J wearing the wrong hat while watching the Sparks musical "Annette?" Who the hell is Mike Rosen? Was Lou Reed a New Wave artist? And (most importantly) how many penises is too many penises? Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3CJNXh6

Desert Tiger Podcast
Ivan of Men Without Hats on re-envisioning 'The Safety Dance', new Covers EP ‘Again (Part 1)', more!

Desert Tiger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 24:03


Ivan Doroschuck, lead singer of 80's legends & new wave icons Men Without Hats, joins the DTP to take us behind ‘Friends Don't Dance', a re-envisioning of the group hit track ‘The Safety Dance'!   This new look on an old classic doesn't comes alone either, as a part of the new EP ‘Again (Part 1)', ‘Friends Don't Dance' is accompanied by 4 covers of incredible tracks from artists like Mott The Hoople, The Rolling Stones, Lou Reed, & The Tragically Hip!   Ivan also chats to us about having two songs inducted to the Canadian Songwriter Hall Of Fame, touring more in the last decade then in the 80's, an upcoming album of originals, and much more!!   Watch the video version here:     Support, Listen, and follow Men Without Hats through the links below! -----       -----   Support Colton Gee & Desert Tiger ----- Check out our webstore @   Follow Colton Gee & Desert Tiger   -----

Learn French with daily podcasts
4563 - Unparalleled (Hors pair)

Learn French with daily podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 3:24


Texte:En se retournant sur la carrière de Belmondo avec les directeurs de la Nouvelle Vague, François Truffaut et Jean-Luc Godard, le Président français l'a décrit comme une “star sans équivalent du cinéma français”.Traduction:Looking back at Belmondo's work with New Wave directors François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard, the French President described him as an “unparalleled star of French cinema”.

Your Online Coffee Break
Rock Band sensation STATION – interview with guitarist Chris Lane

Your Online Coffee Break

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 15:56


Chris Lane co-founded STATION in 2011 along with vocalist Patrick Kearney. The band, which also includes Emi Asta and Tony Baptist, has been branded by GUITAR WORLD MAGAZINE as the “New Wave of Classic Rock”. Chris joins me today to discuss the band's upcoming fourth album, PERSPECTIVE, which will be released on October 8, 2021.... The post Rock Band sensation STATION – interview with guitarist Chris Lane appeared first on Your Online Coffee Break podcast.

Radio Toilet ov Hell
Toilet Radio 329 – Ronnie Radke Shoulda Been a Cop

Radio Toilet ov Hell

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 80:53


THIS WEEK ON TOILET RADIO: Back in the office and back 2 skool! / Listening to fifteen minutes of a highly anticipated album and declaring AOTY online / Dave Mustaine is BACK on his throne as the king of insane old metal dudes / The New Wave of American Covid Denying Metal (NWOACDM) / Watching 80s movies makes me want a cigarette so fucking bad / The first rule of the internet: don't let people know when you're mad, EXODUS. / Ronald Radke and The Blue Ridge Rock Fest Breakdown. NEXT WEEK: We wanna hear from you! We're taking your questions and comments. Whatever you got, we're gonna talk about it on the air. Give us a call, shoot us an email at toiletovhell@gmail.com, or send us a DM on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. I refuse to prepare anything for the episode so this one's all on you. Music featured on this sode: The Lion's Daughter – Turbo Lover Call into the show and leave us a message at (803) 712-3773. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Toilet Radio on iTunes so you'll get new episodes automatically. Or use Stitcher if you don't fuck with Apple.

CHOONS
Pretty Poison Looks Back On "Catch Me (I'm Falling)"

CHOONS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 34:26


Pretty Poison was no flash in the pan. Although “Catch Me” is their biggest commercial success to date, they have a whole history as part of Philly's underground rock scene back in the early 80s.When singer Jade Starling joined the band at age 17, she shared songwriting duties with Whey Cooler and began exploring musical terrains that were more akin to Darkwave and New Wave than the Dance Pop of their later years. Influenced by early freestyle hits, they incorporated urban percussion to their sound, which was perfected by the time they started work on “Catch Me,” a No. 1 Dance hit, top 10 on pop, and top 15 on R&B.Though Starling and Cooler paused Pretty Poison momentarily to return to their rock roots, Dance soon came calling, with their catalog securing a place in popular culture through its inclusion in major movies and television series.More on Pretty PoisonWebsite: https://www.prettypoisonmusic.comJade Starling Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jadestarling/Jade Starling Twitter: https://twitter.com/JadeStarlingParty2Life website: https://www.party2life.orgShow TracklistingJust What I Needed (The Cars)Pretty Poison (Ram Jam)Excerpt from "Pretty Poison" TrailerGimme Gimme Your Autograph (Pretty Poison)No Tears (Pretty Poison)Nightime (Pretty Poison)Catch Me (I'm Falling) Original Version (Pretty Poison)Catch Me (I'm Falling) Album Version (Pretty Poison)Let Freedom Ring (Pretty Poison)Excerpt from "AJ & The Queen" (Netflix)Host and Producer: Diego MartinezExecutive Producer: Nicholas "NickFresh" PuzoAudio Engineer: Adam Fogel Follow us on social media: @choonspod

I Got Your 5 Stars
Previewing New Wave Pro's "Off The Grid" ... with Referee Aaron Grider!!

I Got Your 5 Stars

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 106:22


Tonight, Jeremy and Sean get together with Referee Extraordinaire Aaron Grider to preview the huge upcoming weekend for New Wave Pro, as well as St. Louis Anarchy. Check this out!!  

Stories from the Field: Demystifying Wilderness Therapy
141: Philip Stallard, Founder of New Wave Wild Project in Ireland

Stories from the Field: Demystifying Wilderness Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 60:50


Phil Stallard is the founder of the New Wave Wild Project in Ireland. Philip is the first person outside of the U.S. to become a Certified Clinical Adventure Therapist. Philip's journey into the field was filled was paved with the intention of legitimizing the Adventure Therapy profession in Ireland. He shares his story of how he became interested in the field and why he choose to become a clinical social worker. He goes into the evolution of New Wave and why he was awarded Entrepreneur of the Year.   Bio from the New Wave Website:  Philip delivers every therapeutic session at New Wave Wild Project. He has over 15 years experience working with young people at-risk, with families, and within multi-disciplinary teams. Philip co-founded New Wave Adventure Therapy (2017) and then New Wave Wild Project (2019) to introduce creative modes of engagement within traditional, professional mental health approaches. His aim is to make effective and meaningful therapeutic opportunities available to everyone, and to help reduce burnout for practitioners by promoting self-care within the healthcare sector. Philip is the only Adventure Therapist outside the U.S. who is clinically certified by the Association of Experiential Education (AEE), and he represents Ireland on the Adventure Therapy International Committee (ATIC). In 2019 Philip won the prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year award for Ireland at the European Business Awards and engages regularly with universities, organisations and social enterprises through print media, podcasts and lecture contributions. As well as his major qualifications, Philip continuously engages in further training to extend and deepen his therapeutic toolkit and creative approaches. He is trained in the use of CBT (REBT), in mindfulness techniques for therapeutic practice, and is currently in training to also become a licensed psychotherapist.

Hey, Remember the 80's?
Episode 127: Back in Time: September 16, 1989

Hey, Remember the 80's?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 45:46


Episode 127: A Rick Astley update and Kari's dispatch from the Psychedelic Furs show kick off Tidbits, then Joe and Kari go Back in Time to September 16, 1989, and a look into the week's issue of Billboard Magazine. The record label behind Soulsister (who?) shelled out some big bucks for a full page ad to create buzz. Did it work? Also featured in the pages: IRS Records, Melissa Etheridge, Flock of Seagulls, and many more! 

Bean to Barstool
Witches, Alewives, and Beer History with Dr. Christina Wade (Ep. 27)

Bean to Barstool

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 37:30


It's exciting for people to learn this history about women in brewing in Medieval Europe and feel like they're part of a story, but I think it's important that we're telling the right story and the story that's based on primary-source information.In recent years, associations have been made between depictions of Medieval alewives and our modern day image of witches, from pointy hats to cauldrons, and black cats to broom sticks. The story gets passed around by barstool historians claiming modern iconography of witches comes from these Medieval alewives, and as often happens, these stories have morphed into accepted popular history. But is there any truth to these stories? Was there ever a connection between female brewers and witchcraft, and how did this story get started? In today's episode, we talk with Dr. Christina Wade, a beer writer and historian who helps us unpack the complicated mythology and iconography surrounding witches and brewing, and separate romance from reality when it comes to this spellbinding chapter of beer history.Christina is one of the hosts of the excellent The Beer Ladies Podcast, which is available on all major podcast platforms. Christina also runs Braciatrix, a website devoted to the history of women in brewing. You can find articles on her site that go into greater detail on many of the topics we discuss in this episode.In the episode, the following article by Beth Demmon for Good Beer Hunting is discussed:Witch (Craft) Beer—How a New Wave of Brewers Are Incorporating Magic into BeerThe beer Christina mentioned in the episode was Trouble Brewing Pumpkin Brew.The music for this episode was sampled from an instrumental version of the song “Valentine” written and performed by indie folk musician Anna ps from her 2016 album Umbrella. You can find out more about Anna at her website.Dr. Christina Wade is a historian and archaeologist currently writing a book about the beer history of Ireland from medieval to modern craft beer. She is also the president and founder of the Ladies Craft Beer Society of Ireland and beer historian, co-host, and editor at The Beer Ladies Podcast. Wade is also a BJCP Certified Beer Judge and has judged competitions throughout Ireland. 

Why Not Sports w/D. Murph
A New Wave w/ Max Van Auken

Why Not Sports w/D. Murph

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 43:23


This episode Murph is joined by Max Van Auken host of (The MVP) podcast and media member of the Orlando Magic and Sports Talk 2319! The fellas spoke about Max's humility as a member of media, discussed who will be the rookie, free agent and team to watch out for this upcoming NBA season and can people in the same lane really be successful? Did Murph really ask for a reference to connect with a future guest? Is Max really that great in NBA2K? Tune In! Follow Max: Twitter: @Max_Van_Auken Instagram: @Max_Van_Auken Follow Murph: Twitter: @ItsDMurph Instagram: @ItsDMurph Follow: WhyNotSports Instagram: @WhyNotSports_ www.dmurphspeaks.com

Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World
Episode 493: Modcast #493: Diver Down

Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 70:18


You know the artists but do you remember these tracks? I've got deep cuts from the back catalogs of some of our favorite bands on this week's show. These are the songs that often get forgotten, or overshadowed by the bigger hits.  We all know their hits, everyone knows their popular albums, and the true fans will know a lot of the back catalog for all the bands here, I'm sure.  But I'm guessing even those diehards don't play many of these tracks very often.  As always find a complete track list, bonus videos, and all the important links to all the important stuff over on the modcast homepage at http://www.mistersuave.com/2021/09/modcast-493-diver-down.html.And keep up with me between modcasts:Twitter - https://twitter.com/mistersuaveFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/modmodworldInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/mrrobsuave/Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7GRj5El2drXcG7sPay6BWv?si=Vq4MIa56Sm6MryFjStlMwwSubscribe  with iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mr-suaves-mod-mod-world/id154325887Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006.

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay
Greetings From Tinley Park, IL

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 115:37


On this week's show, we...  nerd out over the Alanis Morissette/Garbage/Cat Power triple bill last weekend in Tinley Park  celebrate 20 years of Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot  spend quality time with new records by Kacey Musgraves & Low All this & much, much less! Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.

RNZ: Saturday Morning
Cousins star ushering in new wave of storytellers

RNZ: Saturday Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 19:24


It's been a big year for actor Tanea Heke with roles in critically acclaimed feature films Cousins and The Justice of Bunny King. On top of that, Heke also appears in He Takatapui Ahau - a short film that centres on the experience of a young non-binary person returning to their marae despite the homophobia and transphobia they've witnessed in the past.

U.S. National Privacy Legislation Podcast
New Wave of SEC Enforcement on Cybersecurity (with John Reed Stark)

U.S. National Privacy Legislation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 34:25


Contact us:Jerry Buckley | jbuckley@buckleyfirm.comJody Westby | westby@globalcyberrisk.comADCG | info@adcg.org

Hey, Remember the 80's?
Episode 126: Coming Around Again (and again, and again)

Hey, Remember the 80's?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 41:26


Episode 126: First in Tidbits: ABBA is back!! But how are the new singles? Joe and Kari give their early opinions.In Just a Bit Outside: in honor of Charlie's new program on Charlie's 80's Attic, 80's Deep Dive, Joe and Kari take a listen to some of the songs that charted on the Hot 100 but did not make it to the Top 40. A few familiar names pop up, but some of these artists are being discussed on the show for the very first (and last??) time. Then in Coming Around Again: Tears for Fears and Kim Wilde are not strangers to the upper reaches of the Hot 100, but some of their singles needed a do-over. Did it help??? 

Light the Sky Podcast
Episode 59 - The Police "Outlandos d'Amour"

Light the Sky Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 111:00


Starting our fifth full-band discography analysis with The Police, Episode 59 covers the 1978 debut album Outlandos d'Amour. Although Outlandos d'Amour received mixed reviews upon its release, it has since been regarded as one of the strongest debut albums. Rolling Stone ranked it as the 38th best debut album of all time and the 428th greatest album of all time. Mark, Kevin, Alex, and Chris take you on a historical journey surrounding the album as well as share our favorites and not-so favorites from the record. We go on a deep dive track-by-track listen of this rock album as well as share personal stories of discovering The Police's Outlandos d'Amour. Tune in next week for Episode 60 covering the second Police studio album Reggatta de Blanc.Available at  and on all podcast streaming platforms (just search "Light the Sky Podcast.")Follow "Light the Sky Podcast" on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to stay up-to-date with all things LTS.Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lighttheskypodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/LighttheSkyPod1Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LightTheSkyPodcast/

The Danny Diess Show
Episode 177 Altenative New Wave and Post Punk

The Danny Diess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 155:49


Tonight is all Alternative New Wave Post Punk music with your request. Recorded live on 9/11/2021. © Copyright Danny Diess

PRI's The World
Mexico decriminalizes abortion

PRI's The World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 48:30


The Supreme Court of Mexico ruled on Tuesday that it is unconstitutional to jail women for having an abortion. However, the decision does not mean nationwide, immediate access to the procedure. And, 20 years after 9/11, and in the wake of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, many Americans are questioning the assumptions underpinning the so-called global “war on terror.” Plus, French actor and New Wave cinema poster boy Jean-Paul Belmondo has died at the age of 88. Host Marco Werman pays homage with music from Martial Solal's soundtrack to "Breathless," the film that made Belmondo a star.

Turned Out A Punk
Episode 360 - Miles Copeland (IRS, Step-Forward, DFC, Illegal, Faulty Product)

Turned Out A Punk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 80:56


Today on the show, Damian sits down with the "Svengali of punk": MILES COPELAND! Listen in as the two discuss Miles' role in the early punk scene, the arrival of the New Wave boom & laying the ground work for the alternative explosion!  Don't miss it!! Also, don't miss Miles' fantastic new book "Two Steps Forward, One Step Back" out now on Jawbone Press. Also Touched On: The first touring festival the Sniffin' Glue atheistic  A&M's reaction to punk Sex Pistols: more of a press operation than band Tour managing the Sex Pistols Lux and Stiv: really scary “It's about what you have to say” Passion over virtuosity “Miles, how am I supposed to help this band!? They can't play!!” The Squeeze: “Not PUNK punk” The Wasps Going to the Roxy and finding Menace The Go-Gos Lux didn't trust anyone The Fall & SO MUCH MORE!!! BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS