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Le Quart d'Heure
"Diplômée de Sciences-Po, j'ai décidé d'être paysanne" : portrait de ces jeunes qui "bifurquent"

Le Quart d'Heure

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 17:59


durée : 00:17:59 - "Diplômée de Sciences-Po, j'ai décidé d'être paysanne" : portrait de ces jeunes qui "bifurquent" - Ils ont 20 ans, sortent des écoles les plus prestigieuses et ils ont décidé de quitter l'autoroute d'une carrière toute tracée pour prendre un chemin de traverse plus en phase avec leurs convictions écologiques. Dans le Quart d'Heure on donne la parole aux "bifurqueurs", un phénomène qui prend de l'ampleur. On s'intéresse aussi à la fin du port du masque dans les transports en commun et à la médecine esthétique qui séduit de plus en plus les moins de 35 ans qui s'offrent des lèvres plus pulpeuses ou des abdominaux dessinés.

Le portrait inattendu - Hélène Mannarino

Du lundi au vendredi dans "Culture médias", Lisa-Marie Marques fait le portrait de l'invité avant qu'il ne soit connu.

Culture médias - Philippe Vandel

Du lundi au vendredi dans "Culture médias", Lisa-Marie Marques fait le portrait de l'invité avant qu'il ne soit connu.

Le pressing - Julien Pearce
Le portrait d'Anna Wintour, les championnats du monde de trottinettes électriques et les talents d'imitation de la chauve-souris

Le pressing - Julien Pearce

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 8:13


Tous les jours de la semaine, Ombline Roche, Julien Pearce et Martin Lange décryptent trois articles de la presse du jour.

The Science Hour
Portrait of the monster black hole at our galaxy's heart

The Science Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 64:36


The heaviest thing in the Galaxy has now been imaged by the biggest telescope on Earth. This is Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole at the centre of our Galaxy – a gas and star-consuming object, a 4 million times the mass of the Sun. The Event Horizon Telescope is not one device but a consortium of radio telescopes ranging from the South Pole to the Arctic Circle. Their combined data allowed astronomers to focus in on this extreme object for the first time. Astronomer Ziri Younsi from University College London talks to Roland Pease about the orange doughnut image causing all the excitement. Also in the programme… Climatologist Chris Funk talks about the role of La Niña and climate change in the record-breaking two year drought that continues to threaten the lives and livelihoods of millions of people in East Africa. Was a pig virus to blame for the death of the first patient to receive a pig heart transplant? We talk to the surgeon and scientist at the University of Maryland School of Medicine who led the historic animal to human transplant operation this year. How easy will it be to grow plants in lunar soil on future moon bases? Plant biologist Anna Lisa Paul has been testing the question in her lab at the University of Florida, Gainesville, with cress seeds and lunar regolith collected by the Apollo missions. And…. Does photographic memory exist? Most people are great at remembering key points from important events in their lives, while the finer details - such as the colour of the table cloth in your favourite restaurant or the song playing on the radio while you brushed your teeth - are forgotten. But some people seem to have the power to remember events, documents or landscapes with almost perfect recall, which is widely referred to as having a photographic memory. CrowdScience listeners Tracy and Michael want to know if photographic memory actually exists and if not, what are the memory processes that allow people to remember certain details so much better than others? Putting her own memory skills to the test along the way, presenter Marnie Chesterton sets out to investigate just what's happening inside our brains when we use our memories, the importance of being able to forget and why some people have better memories than others. Photo: First image of Sgr A*, the supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy Credit: EHT Collaboration, Southern European Observatory Presenter: Roland Pease and Marnie Chesterton Producer: Andrew Luck-Baker and Hannah Fisher

Six heures - Neuf heures, le samedi - La 1ere
VQ - Je restaure des véhicules anciens

Six heures - Neuf heures, le samedi - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 6:34


Renault 4L, Citroën 2CV, Fiat 500 ou Peugeot 404, les voitures des années 60 et 70 roulent toujours ; elles ont dʹailleurs la cote auprès des collectionneurs et collectionneuses. Des modèles sortis dʹusine lorsque les plus jeunes conducteurs ou conductrices dʹaujourdʹhui nʹétaient pas nés. Cʹest peut-être ça qui les fascine? Portrait de Samantha Loup, une toute jeune mécanicienne auto vaudoise, passionnée par les véhicules anciens quʹelle restaure dans un garage de la vallée de Joux. Par Xavier Bloch

Le grand journal du week-end - Philippe Vandel
Le Portrait politique de Paris Match : Alexis Kohler

Le grand journal du week-end - Philippe Vandel

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 16:25


Toute l'actualité de la journée et de la semaine analysée et remise en perspective par Céline Géraud, les journalistes de la rédaction d'Europe 1, mais aussi les invités.

Aujourd'hui l'économie, le portrait
Ade Ayeyemi, le chasseur de coûts d'Afrique de l'Ouest

Aujourd'hui l'économie, le portrait

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 4:09


Il est l'un des banquiers les plus influents d'Afrique. Le Nigérian Ade Ayeyemi. PDG d'Ecobank, va quitter ses fonctions cette année à l'âge de soixante ans, après avoir redressé à la force du poignet un établissement qui était mal en point à son arrivée, il y a sept ans. Il est notre « Portrait » de la semaine. Ade Ayeyemi est ce que l'on appelle, dans le monde de l'entreprise, un « cost killer » ou chasseur de coûts. C'est en raison même de sa capacité à remettre les trains qui ont déraillé sur la bonne voie qu'Ade Ayeyemi avait été choisi en 2015 par les actionnaires d'Ecobank pour diriger leur groupe. Benoît Chervalier, banquier d'affaires et enseignant à Science Po Paris, connaît bien Ade Ayeyemi. « Il fallait un profil qui n'était pas un profil de communiquant, qui n'était pas un profil – j'oserais dire – de développeur, mais un profil qui allait remettre à la fois la banque sur les rails, par une rationalisation du crédit, par sans doute quelques agences qui devaient fermer et des licenciements qui en ont découlé, mais c'était la condition sine qua non pour remettre la banque à flots. » Des mesures radicales dès son arrivée à l'Ecobank Ade Ayeyemi est alors un transfuge de la Citibank américaine, où il a passé l'essentiel de sa carrière, et lorsqu'il prend les rênes de l'Ecobank, il découvre un établissement miné par les querelles, alourdi par les créances douteuses (un milliard de dollars quand même !) et à la rentabilité en berne. À peine installé, il prend des mesures radicales, ferme des agences, licencie un cinquième du personnel et réorganise le groupe autour de trois métiers. Comme il s'en expliquait il y a trois ans au site britannique The Banker. « Nous avions compris qu'il nous fallait avec nous les grandes entreprises, les gouvernements et les institutions financières pour être en mesure de faire avancer l'économie. Donc maintenant, notre stratégie repose sur trois piliers. La banque d'affaires et d'investissement, la banque commerciale et la banque de détail. » Ade Ayeyemi est un homme qui a son franc-parler. Lorsqu'on lui reproche par exemple de ne pas prêter suffisamment aux entreprises, le PDG d'Ecobank devient cinglant. Il répond ici à notre correspondant à Lomé, Peter Dogbe : « Le défi que nous avons ici en Afrique, c'est que les gros hommes d'affaires sont ceux qui empruntent mais qui ne remboursent pas. Et quand ils ne remboursent pas, ils rendent difficile pour les autres l'accès au crédit ». Des qualités de diplomate Derrière ce management à l'américaine, donc parfois brutal, il a su préserver l'identité d'Ecobank. Et lorsque Peter Dogbe lui demande ce qu'il pense de l'attitude des grandes banques internationales qui depuis plusieurs années quittent le continent, Ade Ayeyemi brandit aussitôt l'idéal panafricain qui est en quelque sorte l'ADN de cette banque créée il y a trente sept ans. « Elles ne devraient pas se désengager. De façon générale, je n'aime pas voir partir les gens. Mais s'ils partent, nous ne pouvons rien y faire. Tout comme l'Ecobank, moi je ne peux pas partir ! Nous n'avons pas d'autre endroit où aller, l'Afrique est notre maison. Et c'est à nous de construire ce continent. C'est à nous de le rendre attractif pour tous ceux qui veulent venir ici et se joindre à nous. » Reste une question : cet homme qui a sauvé Ecobank d'un destin funeste fut-il un grand PDG ? Benoît Chervalier tente d'y répondre. « Je dirais que c'était un bon dirigeant, ce n'était peut-être pas un grand dirigeant, dans le sens où la banque n'a pas changé d'échelle. La banque a en effet rationalisé. Elle reste un leader sur le financement en particulier des PME et des ETI. Elle a un certain équilibre entre l'Afrique de l'Est et de l'Ouest. Mais un certain nombre d'éléments structurels demeurent. C'est-à-dire, d‘une part l'absence en Afrique du Nord et en Afrique du Sud. Ecobank reste d'une taille moyenne par rapport à ses concurrents africains et reste une petite banque par rapport à ses concurrents internationaux. » Difficile d'être à la fois un redresseur de comptes et un visionnaire. Néanmoins, Ade Ayeyemi a su préserver l'avenir d'une banque classée dix-septième au niveau continental mais première dans la zone Uemoa, l'ex-zone franc d'Afrique de l'Ouest.

The Tightrope with Dan Smolen
Mastering Time for Future Work

The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 27:53


Future of Work Sherpa Dan Smolen explores mastering time for future work with guest Kris Ward. Kris is the host of the Win the Hour, Win the Day Podcast. She counsels entrepreneurs on how to manage their time resources so that they become successful in work, but also in life. Main podcast segment starts at 3:02 Time mastery is critical for success in the future of work. And to that end, Kris and Dan cover a lot of ground around time mastery including: The unique value proposition for Win the Hour, Win the Day. Starts at 4:13 How the notion of working a lot of hours is believed to be good. Starts at 6:43 A deep dive into her "Super Tool Kit" and what makes it effective. Starts at 11:07 Why entrepreneurs and career professionals get jammed up with "time sucks." Starts at 12:01 Infrastruture in the future of work frame. Starts at 14:00 The ways quality of work and life improves with time mastery. Starts at 16:50 The powerful outcome of giving up tasks. Starts at 18:32 In a future of work frame, getting away from the notion that the amount of time expensed in work is everything. Starts at 24:15 Mastering time for future work allows entrepreneurs and career professionals to thrive in work and life. Main podcast segment starts at 3:02 About our guest: Kris Ward is a leading authority on scaling business and maximizing the resource of time. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ryerson University. Kris lives and works in the province of Ontario, Canada. EPISODE DATE: May 13, 2022 Social media: – LinkedIn – Twitter – Instagram – Podcast – Website Please Subscribe to The Dan Smolen Podcast on: – Apple Podcast – Android – Google Podcasts – Pandora – Spotify – Stitcher – TuneIn …or wherever you get your podcasts. You may also click HERE to receive our podcast episodes by email. Image credits: Clock, Valerii Evalakhov for iStock Photo; Portrait, Kris Ward; podcast button, J. Brandt Studio for The Dan Smolen Experience.

Culture médias - Philippe Vandel

Du lundi au vendredi dans "Culture médias", Lisa-Marie Marques fait le portrait de l'invité avant qu'il ne soit connu.

Le portrait inattendu - Hélène Mannarino

Du lundi au vendredi dans "Culture médias", Lisa-Marie Marques fait le portrait de l'invité avant qu'il ne soit connu.

Auf den Tag genau
Gabriele Tergit: Batist, Kaschmirschals und Moral

Auf den Tag genau

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 5:49


Elisa Hirschmann, die mit dem Pseudonym Gabriele Tergit ihre publizistische und literarische Tätigkeit zeichnete, war eine der größten literarischen Wiederentdeckungen Ende der 1970er Jahre. Obgleich ihr 1932 erschienener Roman „Käsebier erobert den Kurfürstendamm“ ein Erfolg war und sie für ihre Feuilletons und Gerichtsreportagen bekannt war, geriet sie für Jahrzehnte aus dem Fokus der Aufmerksamkeit. Wenige Jahre vor ihrem Tod 1982 wurde ihr Roman neu aufgelegt, ihre weiteren, bislang unveröffentlichten Werke erschienen post mortem. Erst 2021 ist ihr großes Portrait der deutschen Gesellschaft des 20. Jahrhunderts „So war‘s eben“ zum ersten Mal erschienen. Wir lenken heute den Blick auf ihre Feuilletons, die sie während ihres Studiums in verschiedenen Zeitungen veröffentlichte. In der Vossischen vom 13. Mai 1922 erfahren wir von ihr über die Zusammenhänge von Damenkleidung, Nationalökonomie und Moral. Es liest Paula Leu.

The Art Angle
Nari Ward on How to Make a True Portrait of New York City

The Art Angle

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 39:09


The Jamaican-born, Harlem-based artist Nari Ward was barely out of his 20s when he exploded onto the New York art scene in 1993 with Amazing Grace, an extraordinary installation of 300 baby strollers he found abandoned around Harlem. The work, installed in a dimly lit former firehouse, resonated with audiences as a startling and humble commentary on the seemingly endless crises plaguing New York: the AIDS and crack epidemics, rampant homelessness, racial violence, and a city on edge after the Crown Heights and City Hall riots.In the nearly 30 years since, Ward has maintained his role as one of our mourners-in-chief, and his latest exhibition at Lehmann Maupin in Chelsea is no exception. The show, titled “I'll Take You There; A Proclamation,” again taps into musical and cultural history to offer a dignified yet sobering reflection on the Covid pandemic and its devastating fallout of economic inequality, political instability, and profound loss. More than anything, the brilliant new exhibition, which continues Ward's use of refuse and discarded objects, picked up around the streets of the city, suggests that none of us—not even Ward—knows exactly where we're headed next.To get a sense of the show, we called in Artnet News managing editor Pac Pobric to get the artist's take on his remarkable new work.

Science in Action
Portrait of the monster black hole at our galaxy's heart

Science in Action

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 29:22


The heaviest thing in the Galaxy has now been imaged by the biggest telescope on Earth. This is Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole at the centre of our Galaxy – a gas and star-consuming object, a 4 million times the mass of the Sun. The Event Horizon Telescope is not one device but a consortium of radio telescopes ranging from the South Pole to the Arctic Circle. Their combined data allowed astronomers to focus in on this extreme object for the first time. Astronomer Ziri Younsi from University College London talks to Roland Pease about the orange doughnut image causing all the excitement. Also in the programme… Climatologist Chris Funk talks about the role of La Niña and climate change in the record-breaking two year drought that continues to threaten the lives and livelihoods of millions of people in East Africa. Was a pig virus to blame for the death of the first patient to receive a pig heart transplant? We talk to the surgeon and scientist at the University of Maryland School of Medicine who led the historic animal to human transplant operation this year. How easy will it be to grow plants in lunar soil on future moon bases? Plant biologist Anna Lisa Paul has been testing the question in her lab at the University of Florida, Gainesville, with cress seeds and lunar regolith collected by the Apollo missions. Photo: First image of Sgr A*, the supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy Credit: EHT Collaboration, Southern European Observatory Presenter: Roland Pease Producer: Andrew Luck-Baker

Sony Alpha Photographers
Portrait and wedding photographer and Sony Ambassador Jiggie Alejandrino | Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast

Sony Alpha Photographers

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 17:36


Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with Philippines-based wildlife photographer and Sony Ambassador, Jiggie Alejandrino. They talk about how Jiggie got started with photography,  the gear he uses, what he is excited for in photography and more. You can see his work at jiggiealejandrino.com on Instagram @jiggiealejandrino and on Youtube The Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast is part of the Alpha Universe Podcast Network. See more at alphauniverse.com.

Le portrait inattendu - Hélène Mannarino

Du lundi au vendredi dans "Culture médias", Lisa-Marie Marques fait le portrait de l'invité avant qu'il ne soit connu.

Culture médias - Philippe Vandel

Du lundi au vendredi dans "Culture médias", Lisa-Marie Marques fait le portrait de l'invité avant qu'il ne soit connu.

L'heure du monde
François Legault demande la fermeture du chemin Roxham, et un portrait de l'entrepreneuriat scientifique au Québec

L'heure du monde

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 59:15


Samuel Rancourt explique pourquoi François Legault demande la fermeture du chemin Roxham; Nahila Bendali présente un reportage sur l'entrepreneuriat scientifique au Québec, ainsi que sur le 89e congrès de l'Association francophone pour le savoir (Acfas); et Jean-François Chabot donne des détails sur la demande de recours collectif contre Gymnastique Canada en Colombie-Britannique.

Franceinfo junior
franceinfo junior. Une costumière raconte son métier à des enfants

Franceinfo junior

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 5:09


durée : 00:05:09 - franceinfo junior - Mercredi 11 mai, dans franceinfo junior, gros plan sur un métier de l'ombre du cinéma : ceux et celles qui s'occupent des costumes. Pour répondre aux questions des enfants : Dorothée Guiraud, costumière pour, entre autres, le film "Portrait de la jeune fille en feu".

Notes & Strokes
Ep. 62 - Behind the Portraits: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Notes & Strokes

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 60:35


Music? Check. Art? Check. For our podcast, that's nothing special, but our series installment is! For most composers, images pop into our minds, but not often do we truly consider the pictures and how they came to be. Enter our Behind the Portraits series, a special blend of art and music. Then enter Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the focus of the episode. Many images have been created of him, so we'll hone in on a handful and some music that Mozart composed around the time of the portraits. You won't want to miss a single stroke!   Art: Giambettino Cignaroli and Saverio dalla Rosa (attributed to): Portrait of Mozart: 1770 Joseph Lange (1751-1831): Mozart am Klavier (1782-83) Barbara Krafft (1764-1825): Porträt Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1819)   Music (Spotify playlist): Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91): Mitridate, re di Ponto (1770) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 35, "Haffner" (1782)   Connect with us! Patreon | Instagram | Facebook | notesandstrokespodcast@gmail.com

Culture médias - Philippe Vandel

Du lundi au vendredi dans "Culture médias", Lisa-Marie Marques fait le portrait de l'invité avant qu'il ne soit connu.

The Art of Home
Homemaker Portrait | Tricia Emmons

The Art of Home

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 68:02


We are chatting today with seasoned homemaker, Tricia Emmons, about her 29 years experience keeping a home, managing outside work and parenting 6 kids, including 2 adopted. ResourcesHistorical Homemaker Hints:Sangster, Margaret E., The Art of Home-Making in City and Country, In Mansion and Cottage. New York: The Christian heritage Bible House, 1898.Leave Us A ReviewLove The Podcast (works on any device)Stay In Touch with The Art of Home Podcast Leave Us a VoicemailInstagram | Facebook |Pinterest |  Website | Email  Follow The Art of Home on Your Listening AppFollow The Podcast (works on any device)Subscribe to Our Newslettertheartofhomepodcast.com/subscribeSupport The Art of HomeBuy Me a Coffee ☕️Purchase homemaking resources through our website and our resource links. 

Accents d'Europe
L'IVG, un droit fragile pour de nombreuses Européennes

Accents d'Europe

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 19:30


Menacé aux États-Unis, le droit à l'avortement reste un droit fragile pour les femmes. En Europe, la question divise, et ces divisions se constatent très régulièrement au sein du Parlement européen pour les pays membres de l'UE.   En Pologne, depuis le durcissement de la loi sur l'interruption volontaire de grossesse en octobre 2020, dans un pays où celle-ci était déjà très sévère, avorter est devenu presque impossible. Une situation à laquelle sont confrontées aussi les réfugiées ukrainiennes. Certaines sont tombées enceintes après avoir été violées par des soldats russes en Ukraine. À Varsovie, les précisions de notre correspondante Sarah Bakaloglou.   En Croatie, la loi garantissant l'accès à l'avortement date de l'époque socialiste yougoslave, mais depuis l'indépendance en 1991, les attaques se multiplient contre ce droit et il devient de plus en plus compliqué pour les femmes d'interrompre leur grossesse. « Avorter en Croatie : la croix et la bannière », c'est un reportage réalisé par Simon Rico avec le soutien du Journalismfund.eu   En République d'Irlande, l'accès à l'avortement continue d'être difficile deux ans après sa légalisation. Seules 10 maternités effectuent des avortements, les listes d'attentes sont parfois longues et la prise en charge compliquée. Mais le gouvernement a promis d'accélérer le développement de ces services d'ici la fin de l'année Laura Taouchanov En Italie, les militantes féministes se mobilisent sans relâche contre les violences de genre, mais aussi sur les questions de parité ou sur l'accès à l'avortement.  Très actif, le mouvement ‘Non Una di Meno' - pas une de moins - a créé ces dernières années un important réseau sur tout le territoire. Reportage dans la capitale italienne de Blandine Hugonnet.   Européen de la semaine : Victor Gusan Parmi les conséquences de la guerre en Ukraine, il y a les inquiétudes sur un risque de débordement du conflit dans la République auto-proclamée de Transnistrie, région séparatiste pro-russe à l'est de la Moldavie, à quelques pas de la frontière ukrainienne. Gros plan aujourd'hui sur un homme qui détient beaucoup de pouvoir dans la région : Victor Gusan, surnommé le Sheriff de Transnistrie par la presse moldave. Portrait signé Martin Chabal.

Launch Left
WARPAINT | Portrait

Launch Left

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 34:30


On this episode of LaunchLeft, Rain sits down with members of the band, Warpaint, Emily Kokal, and Theresa Wayman. Warpaint is an American Indie Rock band formed in 2004, including Jenny Lee Lindbergh and Stella Mozgawa. The band has released four studio albums, including Radiate Like This, which dropped May 6, 2022. Tune in to this episode as Rain, Emily, and Theresa talk about their album-making process, the impact of the pandemic on their tour, how they met as children through music, and what's coming up next for them.  -----------------  LAUNCHLEFT OFFICIAL WEBSITE https://www.launchleft.com  LAUNCHLEFT PATREON  https://www.patreon.com/LaunchLeft  TWITTER  https://twitter.com/LaunchLeft  INSTAGRAM  https://www.instagram.com/launchleft/  FACEBOOK  https://www.facebook.com/LaunchLeft  --------------------- LaunchLeft Podcast hosted by Rain Phoenix is an intentional space for Art and Activism where famed creatives launch new artists. LaunchLeft is an alliance of left-of-center artists, a curated ecosystem that includes a podcast, label and NFT gallery. --------------------- IN THIS EPISODE: [01:00] Emily and Theresa talk about their new Album, Radiate Like This. [09:00] How music has evolved in Emily and Theresa's lives as their personal lives have changed and grown.  [16:00] How the pandemic impacted Emily and Theresa's lives and music.  [23:00] The different experiences and energy Emily and Theresa get performing in certain places vs. others.  [32:00] Warpaint's form of activism.  KEY TAKEAWAYS:  The pandemic gave Emily and Theresa some time to sit back and slow down with their music and helped give them the time they might not otherwise have. As you grow within your personal life, it may affect your music and you should allow it to have new influence as it creates new points of view. Bio:  Blending psych-rock, post-punk, dream pop, hip-hop, and more into a smoldering style all their own, Warpaint are one of indie's most acclaimed bands. Their 2008 debut EP, Exquisite Corpse, demonstrated their gifts for hazy sensuality and stripped-down arrangements, qualities they refined on 2010's full-length The Fool (which also marked the debut of powerhouse drummer Stella Mozgawa). From there, the band evolved with each release, whether they polished their sound and added electronics and hints of dub on 2014's self-titled album or gave their music more urgency with 2016's Heads Up. With 2022's Radiate Like This, Warpaint took another leap forward by bringing more clarity to their sound and highlighting their intuitive interplay. Warpaint started work on their fourth album in early 2020, recording the foundations of its songs with engineer turned co-producer Sam Petts-Davies. When the COVID-19 global pandemic hit, the group's members worked on their own, recording their parts in their respective home studios. While the band created the album, Wayman released her second solo album, 2020's TT, and Warpaint performed a streaming acoustic concert in December 2020. They also released the April 2021 single "Lilys," which appeared in the HBO series Made for Love. Released in May 2022, Radiate Like This' tightly crafted songs reflected the time Warpaint spent honing the album. Around the time of its release, Lindberg issued her second solo album, Heart Tax, while Mozgawa and Boom Bip's project Belief debuted with the Versions EP. RESOURCE LINKS Warpaint Warpaint on Instagram Warpaint on Twitter Warpaint on Facebook Warpaint on YouTube See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Culture médias - Philippe Vandel

Du lundi au vendredi dans "Culture médias", Lisa-Marie Marques fait le portrait de l'invité avant qu'il ne soit connu.

First Baptist Church
The Portrait of an Elder

First Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 54:00


1 Timothy 3-1-7

Books and Boba
#177 - Author Chat w/ Vanessa Hua

Books and Boba

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 58:14


On this episode, we welcome author Vanessa Hua back to the podcast to chat about her newest book Forbidden City, a historical fiction novel about a young woman who becomes a confidant of Chairman Mao during the Cultural Revolution. We catch up with Vanessa about what she's been up to since we last chatted, and learn more about how and why she decided to write a story about one of the most turbulent times in modern Chinese history. Follow Vanessa on twitter at @vanessa_hua and check out her new book Forbidden City on sale May 10, 2022!*Support the podcast by purchasing books at our bookshop *Follow our hosts:Reera Yoo (@reeraboo)Marvin Yueh (@marvinyueh)Follow us:FacebookTwitterGoodreads GroupThe Books & Boba May 2022 pick is Portrait of a Thief by Grace D. LiThis podcast is part of Potluck: An Asian American Podcast Collective

Culture médias - Philippe Vandel

Du lundi au vendredi dans "Culture médias", Lisa-Marie Marques fait le portrait de l'invité avant qu'il ne soit connu.

Calvary Baptist Church - Dundalk, Maryland
Portrait of a Successful Mother - Bro. Charlie Russell

Calvary Baptist Church - Dundalk, Maryland

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 35:20


Message by Pastor Stacey Shiflett Text: 2 Samuel May 8, 2022 - 5 PM

City Bible Church: Weekly Sermons
A Portrait of Faithfulness

City Bible Church: Weekly Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 46:09


1 Samuel 1:1-2:11 As we celebrate Mother's Day, we want God's Word to provoke us to faithfulness. We find that encouragement by turning to 1 Samuel 1-2, to see a portrait of a faithful woman, a faithful mother, and a faithful believer who put her trust in the Lord. Hannah's faithfulness was used by God to change the entire course of Israel's history. Likewise, may we be amazed with how our Lord can use our faithfulness. We'll learn that true power is to be found not in one's position in society but in one's posture before God.

Dirty Sons of Pitches
My Dad & the Movies -- "The Picture of Dorian Grey" (1945)

Dirty Sons of Pitches

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 39:43


A special new podcast subset featuring Nate and his father. "My Dad & the Movies" is a ten-part series where Nate and his father, George, discuss a movie of his father's choice, maybe a favorite or a formative work that made him the cinephile he is, and father and son can talk about their shared love of the movies. Next is 1945's "The Portrait of Dorian Grey" based upon the story by Oscar Wilde and featuring a young Angela Lansbury. Available on Spotify and Apple

Le grand journal du week-end - Philippe Vandel
Le Portrait politique de Paris Match : Richard Ferrand

Le grand journal du week-end - Philippe Vandel

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 6:34


Toute l'actualité de la journée et de la semaine analysée et remise en perspective par Pierre de Vilno, les journalistes de la rédaction d'Europe 1, mais aussi les invités.

Divinyl Intervention
A Portrait of the Industrialist as a Young Man

Divinyl Intervention

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 28:37


In this episode we trace the decade-long development of Al Jourgensen and Ministry from New Wave dance band to titans of the Industrial/Metal space.  It's quite a journey, but we think you will enjoy it . . . 

Noah's Window
Portrait of Grace | May 5, 2022

Noah's Window

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 9:19


A hard situation and an unlikely hero. Key Verses: Ruth 1-4

The Job Interview Podcast
Bonus Episode: Professional Portrait

The Job Interview Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 2:07


Candidate Club Interview Prep: https://www.candidateclub.com/pricing    -   Buy Me a Coffee Link (Support the Show) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/JobInterviewEx   - My new Guide "Interview Prep from an Interview Pro" ​is OUT NOW! Amazon​ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09STGF4NN/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_CBHBNXJQKTGHZ63QZQWV - Job Interview Experience Website for Contact, eBook, Videos, and More: https://www.jobinterviewexperience.com/

The Rail~Volution Podcast
Episode 55: Portrait of a Developer

The Rail~Volution Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 55:37


This month on the RailVolution podcast we're having a 1 to 1 conversation between Developer Johnny Opara of JO Companies and Lea Hargett, Principal of JOG Associates. They talk about LISC's Capacity Building programs that support developers of color, why Johnny got into development, and some of the barriers people of color face in the market which includes the many different types of capital.

You've Never Heard This?!
Episode 94 - Marilyn Manson, "Portrait of an American Family" (1994)

You've Never Heard This?!

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 74:21


We know what you're thinking, but hear us out. Marilyn Manson is more than just Brian Warner. It's a team of talented musicians, producers, and engineers. THAT'S who we celebrate on this episode. This album doesn't belong to Brian anymore. It belongs to the fans. If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233ol or text "START" to 88788.

Books and Boba
#176 - A Taste for Love by Jennifer Yen

Books and Boba

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 51:07


On this episode, we discuss our April 2022 pick is A Taste for Love by Jennifer Yen, a rom-com about Liza Yang, a high school senior who loves to bake but her mother would rather set her up on blind dates with acceptable Chinese boys. After she finally convinces her mother to let her participate in the family's annual baking competition as a judge, she finds that her mother has filled the competition with potential suitors, with her as a prize! Join us as we discuss this Asian American re-imagining of Pride and Prejudice, with a delicious twist.*Support the podcast by purchasing books at our bookshop *Follow our hosts:Reera Yoo (@reeraboo)Marvin Yueh (@marvinyueh)Follow us:FacebookTwitterGoodreads GroupThe Books & Boba May 2022 pick is Portrait of a Thief by Grace D. LiThis podcast is part of Potluck: An Asian American Podcast Collective

Art Sense
Ep. 45: Curator Andrea Karnes "Women Painting Women"

Art Sense

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 33:00


A discussion with Andrea Karnes, Chief Curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. The museum will be debuting a new group exhibit later this month titled “Women Painting Women”. The show brings together more than forty female painters, including giants like Alice Neel and Faith Ringgold, mid-career artists like Jenny Saville and Amy Sherald, as well as up-and-coming female artists we should be taking note of. The portraits all fall into roughly four categories: The Body, Nature Personified, Color as Portrait, and Selfhood but all are paintings of women by women.

The Overlook Hour Podcast
#336 - The Murder Podcast, Petite Maman, Uncut Rage

The Overlook Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 78:27


Randy watched a movie about a podcast. Clark has a sweet and sour double bill and Russ reviews a film solely based upon its runtime. Films: The Murder Podcast (2021), Hit the Road (2021), Petite Maman (2021), Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019), Hostel: Part II (2007), Uncut Rage (2020), Tokyo Grand Guignol (2015), Seinfeld: The Masseuse (TV), Better Call Saul (TV), We Own This City (TV), Treme (TV), The Offer (TV) Hey, we're on YouTube!  Listening on an iPhone? Don't forget to rate us on iTunes!   Fill our fe-mailbag by emailing us at OverlookHour@gmail.com  Reach us on Instagram (@theoverlooktheatre) Facebook (@theoverlookhour) Twitter (@OverlookHour)

Latino USA
Portrait Of: Elizabeth Acevedo

Latino USA

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 15:42


Elizabeth Acevedo is a Dominican-American poet and award-winning author. Her debut young adult novel "The Poet X" made the New York Times bestseller list in 2018. With the Fire on High —Acevedo's second novel— tells the story of an Afro-Latina who dreams of becoming a chef. We sit down with Elizabeth Acevedo to talk about how storytelling became an important part of her life, her identity, and the impact of her success. This episode was originally broadcast on May 28, 2019.

Wild with Sarah Wilson
THIS WILD ELECTION: EP 5, Who *actually* is Scott Morrison? Sean Kelly explains

Wild with Sarah Wilson

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 35:53


There's a lot we don't know about our current Prime Minister. And what we do know - daggy dad, makes curry on the barbecue, Sharkies fan - is crafted by the ex-marketing man himself, the bloke who gave himself the moniker “ScoMo”. His biographer the Nine newspapers' Sean Kelly joins me to talk through our PM'S past; the Hungry Jacks ad; how he left all previous jobs “under a cloud”; where his slogans and tactics came from; as well as his love of the Pentecostal church, whose followers believe that “end times” are nigh (but don't worry, the believers will be saved while the rest of us…get to burn in the climate crisis hell left behind). Sean explains how Morrison's faith and the fact that he uniquely treats politics as a game has shaped the political landscape and landed us with a leader who lies and bullies. Sean also unpacks what it likely says about Australia if we “buy into” Morrison's marketing and slogan-making for another term on May 21. I think many of you will find this ep particularly revealing!Follow Sean https://twitter.com/mrseankellyAnd read his columns https://www.smh.com.au/by/sean-kelly-h1d26aGrab hold of his wonderful book The Game, A Portrait of Scott Morrisonbooktopia.kh4ffx.net/n1vEx7 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

French Through Stories
42. Poem - Pour faire le portrait d'un oiseau

French Through Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 8:11


Pour faire le portrait d'un oiseau Peindre d'abord une cage avec une porte ouverte peindre ensuite quelque chose de joli quelque chose de simple quelque chose de beau quelque chose d'utile pour l'oiseau placer ensuite la toile contre un arbre dans un jardin dans un bois ou dans une forêt se cacher derrière l'arbre sans rien dire sans bouger… Parfois l'oiseau arrive vite mais il peut aussi bien mettre de longues années avant de se décider Ne pas se décourager attendre attendre s'il le faut pendant des années la vitesse ou la lenteur de l'arrivée de l'oiseau n'ayant aucun rapport avec la réussite du tableau Quand l'oiseau arrive S'il arrive observer le plus profond silence attendre que l'oiseau entre dans la cage et quand il est entré fermer doucement la porte avec le pinceau puis effacer un à un tous les barreaux en ayant soin de ne toucher aucune des plumes de l'oiseau Faire ensuite le portrait de l'arbre en choisissant la plus belle de ses branches pour l'oiseau peindre aussi le vert feuillage et la fraîcheur du vent la poussière du soleil et le bruit des bêtes de l'herbe dans la chaleur de l'été et puis attendre que l'oiseau se décide à chanter Si l'oiseau ne chante pas c'est mauvais signe signe que le tableau est mauvais mais s'il chante c'est bon signe signe que vous pouvez signer alors vous arrachez tout doucement une des plumes de l'oiseau et vous écrivez votre nom dans un coin du tableau. Jacques Prévert, Paroles, 1945

Grace Church Ministries Sermon Podcast
The Portrait of Ungodliness

Grace Church Ministries Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 379:54


Mark Zhakevich • 2 Peter 2:1-2:22 • Foundation

Fresh Air
The Wonder of the Human Voice

Fresh Air

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 46:05


We talk with 'New Yorker' writer John Colapinto, author of This Is the Voice, about how voices work, how they evolved in our prehistoric ancestors, how babies learn to vocalize words of their parents' languages so quickly, and what makes voices sexy or authoritative. Colapinto's own vocal injury led him to explore this subject.Film critic Justin Chang reviews Petite Maman, a new film by Portrait of a Lady on Fire director Céline Sciamma.

Podcast of a Lady on Fire
Introducing: Season 3

Podcast of a Lady on Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 1:57


We're back! And this season we'll be watching each of the top 10 films from Portrait of a Survey on Fire's favorite lesbian and queer films. First up: Desert Hearts!

Let the Bird Fly!
Wingin' It 185.1: Life after Luther (Part 65) – Flacian Controversy over Original Sin

Let the Bird Fly!

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 44:03


In the SIXTY-FIFTH session of our Wingin' It series on the Life of Luther, Wade and Mike continue a new mini-series in the Life of Luther series: Life after Luther. In this session they discuss the Flacian controversy over original sin and why the doctrine of original sin is so important. As an outline, we are using Wade's book, An Uncompromising Gospel. If you'd like to follow along in the book, you can find it here or here. Let the Bird Fly! is supported by the 1517 Podcast Network, which is part of 1517.org. If you haven't done so yet, stop over there and check out the other great podcasts in the network, as well as all of the other excellent content they offer. And as always, please subscribe, rate, and review us on the following sites and apps: iTunes Stitcher Google Play TuneIn Radio iHeartRadio You can also like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. You can also follow our Telegram Channel, where we post our new episodes as well as other content that we think you might enjoy. And, of course, share us with a friend or two! If you'd like to contact us we can be reached at podcast@LetTheBirdFly.com, or visit our website at www.LetTheBirdFly.com. Thanks for listening! Attributions for Music and Image used in this Episode: "Slow Burn" by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. “Not Drunk” by The Joy Drops is licensed under an Attribution 4.0 International License. Image: "Portrait of Luther" by Lucas Cranach the Elder is in the Public Domain.