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Decade of the Gregorian calendar (1960–1969)

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The Third Class Ticket Radio Show
Super Sounds Of The Sixties - Christmas Special 2022

The Third Class Ticket Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 120:01


Jump in to Christmas with Tommy's special Playlist was Johnny Mathis - it's beginning to look a lot like christmas Bobby Helms - Jingle Bell Rock Dickie Valentine - Christmas Alphabet Ella Fitzgerald & Bing Crosby - (It's A) Marshmallow World Darlene Love - Christmas (baby please come home) [remastered] The Beach Boys - Little Saint Nick Stevie Wonder - What Christmas Means to Me Ronettes - Frosty the snowman Bobby Darin - Christmas Auld Lang Syne Eartha Kitt - Santa baby Elvis Presley - Silver Bells Frank Sinatra - I'll Be Home For Christmas (If Only In My Dreams) Nat King Cole - The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You) Chuck Berry - Run Rudolph Run Aretha Franklin - Kissin' By The Mistletoe Johnny Cash - The Christmas Spirit Bobby Vinton - The Bell That Couldn't Jingle Jim Reeves - Merry Christmas Polka Brenda Lee - Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree Bob B. Soxx & Blue Jeans - Here Comes Santa Claus Bobby Sherman - I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus Darlene Love - All Alone On Christmas Johnny Marks - White Christmas The Supremes - My Favourite Things José Feliciano - Feliz Navidad Burl Ives - Holly Jolly Christmas Andy Willliams - It's the Most Wonderful Time Andy Williams - Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Andy Williams - Sleigh Ride Stevie Wonder - Someday At Christmas   Charles Brown - Please Come Home for Christmas The Royal Guardsmen - Snoopy's Christmas Dora Bryan - All I Want For Christmas Is A Beatle The Beatles - Christmas Time Crystals - Rudolf the red nose reindeer Brook Benton - You're all i want for christmas The Beach Boys - Santa Claus is coming to town

History Extra podcast
Sixties counterculture: everything you wanted to know

History Extra podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 40:28


Where did the term “hippie” originate? What music best reflected a generation's disaffection with the establishment, and opposition to the Vietnam War? And how did the culture wars of the sixties shape attitudes to race, gender equality and sexual liberation? Speaking with Spencer Mizen, Alwyn Turner answers listener questions on 1960s counterculture.Subscribe to BBC History Magazine or BBC History Revealed this season and receive a book of your choice worth up to £30* at https://www.buysubscriptions.com/subscribe2022Listeners from outside the UK can also subscribe*Book promotion only available for UK residents Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Double Stuffed Podcast
Double Stuffed Episode 132 - Sixties Band Cookies

The Double Stuffed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 22:14


The Harmon sisters share their family Christmas traditions.Special guest:  Christy Harmon.Follow Us:www.doublestuffedpod.comFacebook/Instagram:  @doublestuffedpodcastTwitter:  www.twitter.com/doublestuffedpHappy Boy Theme (license info) Happy Boy Theme Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Cinema60
Ep# 68 - Korean War Movies in the 60s

Cinema60

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 104:57


The Korean War is aptly known in America as the “Forgotten War.” During the 1960s, the subject took in its last cinematic hurrah before getting overshadowed by the rising unpopularity of America's involvement in the Vietnam War. Meanwhile, South Korea was experiencing a fabled “Golden Age” of cinema that followed the civil war and continued into the ‘60s – one that had some of its most famous hits rather cruelly lost to time. At Cinema60, we've largely ignored the Combat Film genre on whole… until now! In this episode, Bart and Jenna take the opportunity to dig a little deeper into the war and “Golden Age” that time forgot. Watching three American films about the Korean War side-by-side with three films from South Korea on the same subject, they parse propaganda from profundity, patriotism from personal morality, and savagery from psychosis from two different nationalistic perspectives. While our two hosts don't necessarily see eye-to-eye on the entertainment value of the genre or what makes a film pro- or anti- war, there's an unexpected amount of agreement on which of these films is worth a look and which you can skip.The following films are discussed:• All the Young Men (1960) Directed by Hall Bartlett Starring Alan Ladd, Sidney Poitier, James Darren• Five Marines (1961) 오인의 해병 Directed by Kim Ki-duk Starring Choi Mun-lyong, Shin Yeong-gyun, Hwang Hae • War Hunt (1962) Directed by Denis Sanders Starring John Saxon, Robert Redford, Sydney Pollack• The Marines Who Never Returned (1963) 돌아오지 않는 해병 Directed by Lee Man-hee Starring Jang Dong-hwi, Lee Dae-yeob, Ku Bong-seo• The Hook (1963) Directed by George Seaton Starring Kirk Douglas, Robert Walker Jr., Nick Adams• Red Scarf (1964) 빨간 마후라 Directed by Shin Sang-ok Starring Choi Eun-hie, Shin Yeong-gyun, Choi Mu-ryong

Sixties Sensations - Peter Miller
Sixties Sensations-29-11-2022

Sixties Sensations - Peter Miller

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 118:25


The 1960's are alive with Peter this week on 60's Sensations! #RadioSouthland #SouthlandRadio #SixtiesMusic #OldSchool #Retro #Aotearoa #NewZealand

The Third Class Ticket Radio Show
Super Sounds Of The Sixties - Sunday 27 November 2022

The Third Class Ticket Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 119:58


Tommy's weekly trip through the music of the 1960's This weeks playlist is Small Faces - Itchycoo Park ARETHA FRANKLIN - RESPECT Paramounts - Poison Ivy The Swinging Blue Jeans - Hippy Hippy Shake The Flying Burrito Brothers - Hot Burrito #1 The Beach Boys - Little Surfer Girl Diana Ross & The Supremes - Baby Love Ike & Tina Turner - Ooh Poo Pah Doo SANDIE SHAW - LONG LIVE LOVE Fontella Bass - Rescue Me Mary Wells - My Guy The Beatstalkers - - Mr. Disappointed The Who - Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere The Troggs - Wild Thing Chris Farlowe - Handbags And Gladrags Bee Gees - Massachusetts The Move - Blackberry Way Marmalade - Ob la di ob la da The Beatles - Drive My Car Roy C - Shotgun Wedding Gerry & The Pacemakers - I Like It Nancy & Frank Sinatra - Something Stupid Bob Dylan - Blowin' in the Wind Classics IV - Spooky The Attack - Magic In The Air Johnny Kidd and the Pirates - Shakin' All Over Herman's Hermits - Silhouettes Jackie DeShannon - What the world needs now is love Fleetwood Mac - Man Of The World Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band - I'm the urban Spaceman Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September Bob Lind - Elusive Butterfly The easy Beats - Friday on my mind Freddie & the Dreamers - I'm telling you know The Frays - My Babe The Animals- Bring It On Home To Me The Shadows - Dance On

Le jazz sur France Musique
Ahmad Jamal, concerts inédits à Seattle au milieu des sixties

Le jazz sur France Musique

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 54:16


durée : 00:54:16 - Ahmad Jamal - par : Alex Dutilh - “Emerald City Nights - Live at the Penthouse” d'Ahmad Jamal, une série d'enregistrements live inédits en trio au Penthouse de Seattle entre 1963 et 1966, inaugurent le nouveau label Jazz Detective du producteur Zev Feldman. Sortie en LP aujourd'hui et le 2 décembre en CD et numérique.

Open jazz
Ahmad Jamal, concerts inédits à Seattle au milieu des sixties

Open jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 54:16


durée : 00:54:16 - Ahmad Jamal - par : Alex Dutilh - “Emerald City Nights - Live at the Penthouse” d'Ahmad Jamal, une série d'enregistrements live inédits en trio au Penthouse de Seattle entre 1963 et 1966, inaugurent le nouveau label Jazz Detective du producteur Zev Feldman. Sortie en LP aujourd'hui et le 2 décembre en CD et numérique.

WORT Local News
Council Declines to Raise Alder Pay

WORT Local News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 48:45


This is your WORT local news for Wednesday, November 23.Madison alders turn down a pay raise,We get the scoop from an investigative journalist on the arrest of three Madison police officers over a fortnight, And in the second half, Parks & Landmarks explores a new park in Rock County, Madison in the Sixties flashes back to November, 1963, and we take a look at the weather ahead over Thanksgiving weekend.

The Aligned Self
A Framework for Raising Your Vibration

The Aligned Self

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 35:53


In this episode, Daniel D'Neuville gives you the distinctions, and practical frameworks in overcoming your vibrational set point and habitual way of being, to raise and condition/program your vibration to a new, consistently higher level. All the distinctions and principles mentioned are also used in his course THE HIGH VIBE LIFE,and then some he didn't mention.Quotes: After All Life is Be Enjoyed. BuickNeurons that fire together, wire together. Donald HebbIf you always do what you've always done, you'll always get what you've always gotten. If you want different results, you need to do different things. Aphorism from the Sixties.THE HIGH VIBE LIFE Online WorkshopLINKSGet The Manifesting Study Guide Here: THE HIGH VIBE LIFE Online WorkshopTHE ALIGNED SELF COACHING PROGRAM: http://yesdaniel.comFREE VIDEO TRAINING: 5 Mindset Shifts to Up Grade Your Money GameCheckout Daniel's new membership program THE VAULTDANIEL D'NEUVILLE's WEBSITE: http://dneuville.comDaniel's YouTube CHANNELFACEBOOK GROUPSPODCAST LISTENER'S FB COMMUNITYEXTREME GRATITUDE PROJECTBass Slap Intro written and performed by bass player & producer: Miki SantamariaMiki's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

KPFA - Against the Grain
Nativism, Immigration, and Environmentalism

KPFA - Against the Grain

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 59:58


The Republican Party is gripped by a hatred of immigrants. But geographer Reece Jones argues it has not always been so. Instead, one man, the late John Tanton, was responsible for making nativism appear a central concern of conservatives, by propagating scores of anti-immigrant organizations, some which eventually helped staff the Trump Administration. And, as Jones points out, Tanton's nativism originated from an unexpected place: the environmental movements of the Sixties. (Encore presentation.) Resources: Reece Jones, White Borders: The History of Race and Immigration in the United States from Chinese Exclusion to the Border Wall Beacon Press, 2021 The post Nativism, Immigration, and Environmentalism appeared first on KPFA.

RTÉ - Arena Podcast
Peter Bernstein celebrating Elmer Bernstein - She Said - Stephen McKenna: The Sixties

RTÉ - Arena Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 49:16


The extraordinary legacy of film composer Elmer Bernstein will be celebrated on 9 Dec at Dublin's NCH - She Said by Maria Schrader is a biographical drama based on the NYT investigation that exposed Harvey Weinstein - A new exhibition in The Kerlin Gallery is celebrating the artist Stephen McKenna, with rarely seen early work.

Sixties Sensations - Peter Miller
Sixties Sensations-22-11-2022

Sixties Sensations - Peter Miller

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 118:16


Guess who's here... it's Peter Miller with another amazing week of 60's Sensations! #RadioSouthland #SouthlandRadio #SixtiesMusic #Classics #Aotearoa #NewZealand

The Third Class Ticket Radio Show
Super Sounds of the sixties - Sunday 20th November 2022

The Third Class Ticket Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 120:02


Tommy has another trip through the music of the 1960's playlist was Led Zeppelin - Good Times Bad Times The Youngbloods - Get Together Buffalo Springfield - Four Days Gone Traffic - You Can All Join In Crosby, Stills & Nash - Wooden Ships Taj Mahal - Statesboro Blues Blind Faith - Can't Find My Way Home Lovin' Spoonful - Daydream GLEN CAMPBELL - GALVESTON The Rascals - Groovin' Tony Joe White - Polk Salad Annie Them - Gloria Jethro Tull - Living In The Past Quicksilver Messenger Service - Who Do You Love - Part 1 Arlo Guthrie - Coming Into Los Angeles Donovan - Get Thy Bearings The Flirtations - Nothing But A Heartache Wilson Pickett - Ninety-Nine And One-Half The Impressions - The Young Mod's Forgotten Story Otis Redding - Try A Little Tenderness Seeds - Pushin' Too Hard Junior Walker & The All Stars - (I'm A) Road Runner Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band - Sure 'Nuff 'n Yes I Do Little Ann - Lean Lanky Daddy Mary Wells - You Beat Me To The Punch Paul Butterfield Blues Band - I Got My Mojo Working Cream - Badge Steppenwolf - Berry Rides Again The Rolling Stones - Midnight Rambler John Mayall & the Blues Breakers - All Your Love

Don't F**k With The Original
Manson and the CIA's LSD research

Don't F**k With The Original

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 73:23


Charles Manson and his murderous cult made their mark in American culture for better or worse after the brutal 1969 Tate-LaBianca murders gaining decades of infamous notoriety. However, evidence has recently emerged suggesting a secret CIA program to research the effects the LSD may have directly contributed to Manson's rise in infamy. Listen in tonight as we discuss details of author Tom O'Neill's book Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA and the Secret History of the Sixties that exposes this program after years of research.   Sponsor - Calm Your Body Down LLC 'Salem's Secret' by Peter Gundry

Something In The Water
Ep. 54 - Ian Dunlop

Something In The Water

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 110:44


Something In The Water cohosts Sean Clark and Uncle Dave Griffin welcome back good friend and songwriting partner from Cornwall, England, Ian Dunlop. Fresh from a showstopping performance at the 25th Annual Gram Parsons Guitar Pull on October 15 in Waycross, Georgia, Ian delves into his personal musical history, beginning with an alto saxophone in the late Fifties. He formed his first band, The Refugees, performing at frat parties in the early Sixties around Boston, Massachusetts and opening for Roy Orbison and The Shirelles. After meeting Gram Parsons in the mid-60s, Ian picked up the bass guitar and found himself in the International Submarine Band for a brief while. An author himself, his book, Breakfast in Nudie Suits, details the origins of ISB, their exploration of country music, the band's move to Los Angeles, and his departure back to New England and eventually to Cornwall, where he resides to this day. In the musical segment, Ian performs “I Like Ike”, his original song about 1950s and President Eisenhower; “I Believe In The Power of Gugle”, a gospel-genre song reflecting on 21st century's unswerving faith in cyber media. We take a peek at “Fishin' For Wishes”, a Sean and Ian original performed with The Pine Box Dwellers at the 25th Annual Gram Parsons Guitar Pull October 15 in Waycross. This episode's Tail of the Weak is dedicated to grandparents around the world or at least those who are watching and listening.https://www.patreon.com/somethinginthewaterhttps://www.facebook.comcautionlightmedia/https://www.instagram.com/somethinginthewaterpodcast/https://www.facebook.com/somethinginthewaterpodcast/somethinginthewaterpodcast@gmail.comhttps://somethinginthewater.captivate.fm

The Third Class Ticket Radio Show
Tommy Clarks Super Sounds of the Sixties - Sunday 13th November 2022

The Third Class Ticket Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 119:56


Tommy's show from Sunday 13th November Playlist was Mark Wynter - Venus in blue jeans Status Quo - Pictures Of Matchstick Men Georgie Fame - Sitting in the Park Sugar Pie DeSanto - Go Go Power PRINCE BUSTER - TAKE IT EASY Long John Baldry - Let The Heartaches Begin GENE PITNEY - I'M GONNA BE STRONG P.P.Arnold - Angel Of The Morning kim weston - looking for the right guy Connie Francis - My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own The Everly Brothers - Cathy's Clown The Olympics - Baby Do The Philly Dog The box tops - The Letter DEL SHANNON - THE ANSWER TO EVERYTHING Kathy Kirby - Secret Love Sam Dees - Lonely for You Baby Billy Fury - What do you think you're doing Fleetwood Mac - Oh Well Lulu - The Boat That I Row The Mauds - Soul dripping Craig Douglas - Rainbows Johnny Tillotson - Poetry In Motion Joe Stampley & The Uniques - You Don't Miss Your Water The Casuals - Jesamine Dieter Reith's Move - Mexican Paloma Tom Jones - Love Me Tonight The Doors - Light my fire Diana Ross & The Supremes - Where did our love go Solomon Burke - Cry To Me Dom Ho - Tiny Bubbles Wilson Pickett - Land of 1000 dances The Animals - I'm Going To Change The World

Dear Albie
Conspiracy theories, key clubs and swingers

Dear Albie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 43:35


Al, Chris and the Don are in and talk the boys going to Germany, a gambling problem, technology rehab and your questions -- including one about swingers that gets us on that topic for the second half of the show (key clubs, sex clubs, and more!!) The book we talk about at the start is CHAOS: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties.  And this episode is brought to you by Masterclass -- get 15% off an annual membership at MasterClass.com/DearAlbie Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Political Beats
Episode 117: Andrew Fink / Otis Redding

Political Beats

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 190:19


Introducing the Band:Your hosts Scot Bertram (@ScotBertram) and Jeff Blehar (@EsotericCD) are joined by guest Andrew Fink. Andrew is a member of the Michigan House of Representative (District 35 -- Branch & Hillsdale Counties). Prior to that, he was the district director for Senate majority leader Mike Shirkey. Follow him on Twitter at @AndrewFinkMI.Andrew's Music Pick: Otis ReddingLadies and gentlemens, we are so happy to be here with the Love Crowd tonight because we gotta gotta gotta gotta turn it loose about soul giant Otis Redding, a man whose recorded legacy looms large not just in the history of soul and R&B but in modern popular music as a whole. Redding is universally acknowledged as one of the greatest R&B vocalists of all time, and as a "soul giant," but what is far too less appreciated about him is that he was the first truly modern African-American popular musician, a man self-consciously carving out a sound, pushing sonic boundaries and the traditions of his genre, and working self-consciously to craft albums as complete statements at a time when absolutely no other black artist in the country outside of jazz was thinking along those lines.Redding's early singles established him, simply on their own terms, as an early Sixties soul great. ("Pain In My Heart," "Mr. Pitiful," "That's How Strong My Love Is," "I've Been Loving You Long," and "Security" are the sorts of timeless Redding soul belters that went immediately into the working books of countless English R&B bands, notably including The Rolling Stones.) His mid-Sixties albums demonstrated that he, alone among all major soul/R&B artists of his era -- long before Stevie or Marvin moved for their artistic freedom -- had a sound and vision that belonged to something more than a series of singles. And the music he was making before he suddenly died (in a December 1967 plane crash while flying between shows) was mutating both into chart-topping contemplative folk-pop ("(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay," his only #1 single) and forward-looking hard funk ("Hard To Handle"). Four albums of posthumous Redding material were released between 1968 and 1970. Much of it is great work. But one can only imagine where Otis would actually have been by 1970. He was growing so quickly as an artist.Join us this week, as we open with a long discussion of Stax/Volt and the nature of its "sound," and then engage in a celebration of one of the greatest popular musical artists of the Sixties -- and perhaps the most heartbreaking loss of modern musical history, in terms of what we likely missed when that plane went down on a cold winter's day in December 1967. Hail to The King of Soul.

Sixties Sensations - Peter Miller
Sixties Sensations-08-11-2022

Sixties Sensations - Peter Miller

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 118:41


60's Sensations is here to carry you through the week! All your favourite songs from weddings, celebrations, and life!

RevolutionZ
Ep 202 Ruminations 15 Rock and Roll and Us

RevolutionZ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 46:30


Episode 202 of RevolutionZ ruminates while reading aloud lyrics of various songs. Emotional for me, I hope entertaining or edifying or inspiring for you...Support the show

LA Review of Books
Jon Wiener on the Life and Work of Mike Davis, plus Constance Debré's "Love me Tender"

LA Review of Books

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 54:27


In the first half of the show, Kate Wolf and Eric Newman are joined by LARB contributing editor Jon Wiener to remember the historian Mike Davis, who died last week at 76 years old. Jon and Mike were longtime friends and together they wrote Set the Night on Fire: L.A. in the Sixties, Davis's final book. Then Kate speaks with the writer Constance Debré about her novel, Love Me Tender, the first of her books to be translated in English. It follows a woman, who like Debré was once a lawyer, but has quit her job, and vacated the comforts of her former life to devote herself to her writing. She has a son from her marriage named Paul. After telling her husband, who she's separated from, that she has decided to be with women, the narrator's ex starts to turn Paul against her and prevents her from seeing him. The novel takes place over the span of a glacial court case that will decide the narrator's fate with her son—all the while asking critical questions about the fearsome nature of unconditional love and attachment, the roles of gender and motherhood, and the unassailability of the truth.

LARB Radio Hour
Jon Wiener on the Life and Work of Mike Davis, plus Constance Debré's "Love me Tender"

LARB Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 54:28


In the first half of the show, Kate Wolf and Eric Newman are joined by LARB contributing editor Jon Wiener to remember the historian Mike Davis, who died last week at 76 years old. Jon and Mike were longtime friends and together they wrote Set the Night on Fire: L.A. in the Sixties, Davis's final book. Then Kate speaks with the writer Constance Debré about her novel, Love Me Tender, the first of her books to be translated in English. It follows a woman, who like Debré was once a lawyer, but has quit her job, and vacated the comforts of her former life to devote herself to her writing. She has a son from her marriage named Paul. After telling her husband, who she's separated from, that she has decided to be with women, the narrator's ex starts to turn Paul against her and prevents her from seeing him. The novel takes place over the span of a glacial court case that will decide the narrator's fate with her son—all the while asking critical questions about the fearsome nature of unconditional love and attachment, the roles of gender and motherhood, and the unassailability of the truth.

Cinema60
Ep #67 - Kiss, Marry, Kill in the 60s: 1969

Cinema60

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 105:45


With a starting list of over 15,000 features and documentaries to choose from, it's unlikely that the Cinema60 team will ever run out of movies to watch and discuss from their chosen decade. But Bart and Jenna have crossed a significant finish line with today's episode. Starting with Episode 5 back in March of 2019, Cinema60 has regularly put out “grab bag” episodes where your hosts pick three movies each from a given year - one they've never seen but are itching to watch, one they absolutely adore and have been itching to talk about on the show, and one terrible movie that they're itching to disparage for your listening pleasure. They call these episodes “Kiss, Marry, Kill,” and you are about to listen to their tenth and final round of the game, having now gone through every year of the Sixties.Jenna has chosen to keep things light and funny and has chosen three notable comedies from 1969 for discussion. Bart, on the other hand, has taken the opportunity to choose several firsts for Cinema60: their first Iranian film, their first kaijû movie, and, most importantly, their first Éric Rohmer film! So while Bart gushes for perhaps too long about what is arguably the best film by his favorite filmmaker, Jenna makes a tripartite bid to pull comedies out of the genre ghetto and defends their right to stand alongside any serious artsy movie you care to name.The following films are discussed:• The Cow (1969) Gaav Directed by Dariush Mehrjui Starring Ezzatolah Entezami, Mahin Shahabi, Ali Nassirian• Cactus Flower (1969) Directed by Gene Saks Starring Walter Matthau, Ingrid Bergman, Goldie Hawn• My Night at Maud's (1969) Ma nuit chez Maud Directed by Éric Rohmer Starring Jean-Louis Trintignant, Françoise Fabian, Marie-Christine Barrault• Take the Money and Run (1969) Directed by Woody Allen Starring Woody Allen, Janet Margolin, Jackson Beck• All Monsters Attack (1969) Gojira-Minira-Gabara: Oru kaijû daishingeki Directed by Ishirô Honda Starring Kenji Sahara, Machiko Naka, Tomonori Yazaki• The Magic Christian (1969) Directed by Joseph McGrath Starring Peter Sellers, Ringo Starr, John Cleese

Sixties Sensations - Peter Miller
Sixties Sensations-01-11-2022

Sixties Sensations - Peter Miller

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 118:37


60's Sensations has an absolute stunner of a week! Peter's handpicked selection is always a crowd favourite so make sure to tune in! #RadioSouthland

Soul BBQ - A Conscious Kickback
SB Ep 37 - Covert Operations Hidden in Plain Sight

Soul BBQ - A Conscious Kickback

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 136:37


What's scarier than Nightmare on Elm Street? Finding out your government is behind some of the most shocking happenings that rocked our nation. From the Titanic to MK Ultra and beyond, we're taking you on a journey through these rarely discussed operations. Join us as we unveil mysterious truths that some dare to refer to as 'conspiracies'. Do you trust the powers that be to keep you safe? Spooky season is among us and the tea is deadly. Let's talk about it!Mentionable Content :Titanic - "Unsinnkable Ship"Titanic: Secrets of the Sinking Ship (Documentary): https://youtu.be/0pUE7OxE7QoWas the Titanic deliberately sunk by JP Morgan? https://youtu.be/nj6Hqwmf77AOperation PaperclipOperation Paperclip: The secret intelligence program that brought Nazi scientists to America [book]  https://www.amazon.com/Operation-Paperclip-Intelligence-Program-Scientists/dp/0316221031JRE The Harsh Truth of Operation Paperclip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MZr5J5DOfkSmithsonian Magazine - Why the U.S. Government Brought Nazi Scientists to America After World War IIhttps://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/why-us-government-brought-nazi-scientists-america-after-world-war-ii-180961110/Operation MK UltraWhat is MK Ultra? https://youtu.be/rnwzIr8nY4EMK Ultra: CIA mind control program in Canada (1980) - The Fifth Estatehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=990k-5Jm5aAChaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties [book]https://www.amazon.com/Chaos-Charles-Manson-History-Sixties/dp/0316477559Power of Mind Control & MK Ultra https://youtu.be/L9tRpEUxYL8"Project Stargate"  - Remote Viewing https://www.cia.gov/readingroom/search/site/remote%20viewing (declassified files)How to Remote View (5 Simple Remote Viewing Techniques): https://backpackerverse.com/how-to-remote-view-simple-techniques/Remote Viewing Targets (Beginner Practice Targets - TEST YOURSELF) https://www.remoteviewed.com/remote-viewing-targets/Operation "Northwoods" Operation Northwoodshttps://publicintelligence.net/operation-northwoodsEMF "Generation Zapped" (Documentary)https://youtu.be/kyUl5Rnm2c8Connect with Us on Social Media: Kelsey's Instagram: (@theevolvingaries) Steven's Instagram: (@eclectic_steve)

Opening Life Podcast
Are You Ready

Opening Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 43:04


Brittany and Kyle have drummer Greg Errico, from the legendary band, Sly and the Family Stone, join the podcast. Together they open two classic tunes, listening for what they said to the people that first heard them in the in the late Sixties, and what they say to our lives and world today. Join us for a marvelous musical journey, through the power of melody, lyrics and groove, into the heart of our common experiences as human beings.

Talk Bookish To Me
Serial Killer Book Recommendations [thrillers, horror & nonfiction recs]

Talk Bookish To Me

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 29:26


Who's ready for some SERIAL KILLER book recommendations?! Today Marcy and I are here to share some of the best serial killer books we've read. We have some thriller, horror, and nonfiction recommendations so grab your pen and paper and get ready to jot these down. Marcy's YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiqzzEg9IhdmADK3M5ib8sw Marcy's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/marcyreads/ Books Mentioned Meg by Steve Alten The Cellar by Natasha Preston Daphne by Josh Malerman The Witches of Moonshine Manor by Bianca Marais City of the Dead by Brian Kenne The Eye of Minds by James Dashner Bloodline by Jess Louery 1922 by Stephen King Sallow Bend by Alan Baxter What Moves the Dead by T Kingfisher American Predator by Maureen Callahan Portrait of a Killer: Jack the Ripper Case Closed by Patricia Cornwell Ripper: The Secret Life of Walter Sickert by Patricia Cornwell A Flicker in the Dark by Stacy Willingham Notes on An Execution by Danya Kukafka Chasing the Boogeyman by by Richard Chizmar The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchinson Jar of Hearts by Jennifer Hillier The Chestnut Man by Søren Sveistrup My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing He Started It by Samantha Downing Red Dragon by Thomas Harris Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco There's Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins Ten by Gretchen McNeil These Toxic Things by Rachel Howzell Hall Monkeewrench by P. J. Tracy The Fourth Monkey by J. D. Barker The Phantom Prince by Elizabeth Kendall Buried Beneath the Boarding House by Ryan Green Green River, Running Red by Ann Rule The Stranger Beside Me by Ann Rule Member of the Family: My Story of Charles Manson, Life Inside His Cult, and the Darkness That Ended the Sixties by Dianne Lake - - - - - - - - - Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/talkbookishpodcast Email: talkbookishpodcast@gmail.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkbookishpodcast YouTube: https://bit.ly/3tx08dR YouTube (personal): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdDYG12tL8ExZ58ZvfCJ7vQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/talk-bookish-to-me/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talk-bookish-to-me/support

Discograffiti
59. Lou Barlow Rates The Zombies (Part 1: 1964-1965)

Discograffiti

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 62:50 Very Popular


As far as breathy minor-key pop goes, you can't do much better than THE ZOMBIES…or Dinosaur Jr bass ace / Sebadoh mastermind LOU BARLOW, for that matter. The easy rapport established between host Dave Gebroe and Lou B guides this 3-week series to its inevitable conclusion: an unprecedentedly intimate 40 minute interview to wrap things up on October 30th. - Official playlist curated by Dave on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1VAkRxMDfEa1CDXAiDRtzO?si=mJEkwBL4T5WWM7E-wEg_oA - “Tell Her No” Shindig appearance, 1965: https://youtu.be/9vrt0b5bQAk - “She's Not There” on Hullabaloo, extremely groovy Sixties trappings, 1965: https://youtu.be/_2hXBf1DakE - “Summertime” TV appearance (not sure of the show), 1965: https://youtu.be/KmOIW63Emw0 CONNECT Join our Soldiers of Sound Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1839109176272153 Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/discograffiti Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/discograffitipod/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Discograffiti/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Discograffiti YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClyaQCdvDelj5EiKj6IRLhw Web site: http://discograffiti.com/ Patreon: www.Patreon.com/Discograffiti CONTACT DAVE Email: dave@discograffiti.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/DaveGebroe Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidgebroe/ CONTACT TODD ZIMMER: GRAPHIC DESIGN Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ToddZimmer and https://www.facebook.com/punknjunkradio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_real_todd_zimmer/ and https://www.instagram.com/punknjunkradioshow/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/discograffiti/message

Things Observed
Process Church of the Final Judgement 2: The Satanic Undercurrent of the Sixties Counterculture and the Many Lives of the Process

Things Observed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 103:11


In this episode we pick up where we left off with the process church of the final judgement. We discuss how figures such as William Burroughs, Timothy Leary, Allen Ginsberg and other counterculture giants relate to the Process. We also discuss musician Gensis P-Orridge and the Temple Ov Psychick Youth the group modeled after the process and the sex magic and SRA allegations surrounding it this occult group. Put on your waders cause we're about to be knee deep in muck

Keen On Democracy
Simon Morrison on the Life and Work of Stevie Nicks: A Great Artist or a Footnote to the Glory Years of the Sixties?

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 31:09


Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Simon Morrison, author of Mirror in the Sky: The Life and Music of Stevie Nicks. Simon Morrison teaches music history at Princeton University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

History Extra podcast
Why Bond and the Beatles ruled the sixties

History Extra podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 35:22 Very Popular


The 5th October 1962 was a big bang moment for modern British culture. John Higgs takes Spencer Mizen back to the momentous day when the Beatles' first single, Love Me Do, was released and the first James Bond film, Dr No, debuted in British cinemas, to explore what the meteoric rise of these two cultural giants reveals about Britain in the early 1960s. (Ad) John Higgs is the author of Love and Let Die: Bond, the Beatles and the British Psyche (Orion, 2022). Buy it now from Waterstones: https://go.skimresources.com?id=71026X1535947&xcust=historyextra-social-histipad&xs=1&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.waterstones.com%2Fbook%2Fact-of-oblivion%2Frobert-harris%2F2928377088361crid%3D2QB83NOYQD92C%26keywords%3Diwan%2Bmorgan%2BFDR%26qid%3D1662116942%26sprefix%3Diwan%2Bmorgan%2Bfdr%2Caps%2C98%26sr%3D8-1 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

New Books in American Studies
John D'Emilio, "Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 47:42


In this episode of the Queer Voices podcast, John Marszalek interviews author John D'Emilio, one of the leading historians of his generation and a pioneering figure in the field of LGBTQ history, about his memoir, Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties (Duke UP, 2022) At times his life has been seemingly at odds with his upbringing. How does a boy from an Italian immigrant family in which everyone unfailingly went to confession and Sunday Mass become a lapsed Catholic? How does a family who worshipped Senator Joseph McCarthy and supported Richard Nixon produce an antiwar activist and pacifist? How does a family in which the word divorce was never spoken raise a son who comes to explore the hidden gay sexual underworld of New York City? Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood is D'Emilio's coming-of-age story in which he takes readers from his working-class Bronx neighborhood to an elite Jesuit high school in Manhattan to Columbia University and the political and social upheavals of the late 1960s. He shares his personal experiences of growing up in a conservative, tight-knit, multigenerational family, how he went from considering entering the priesthood to losing his faith and coming to terms with his same-sex desires. Throughout, D'Emilio outlines his complicated relationship with his family while showing how his passion for activism influenced his decision to use research, writing, and teaching to build a strong LGBTQ movement. This is not just John D'Emilio's personal story; it opens a window into how the conformist baby boom decade of the 1950s transformed into the tumultuous years of radical social movements and widespread protest during the 1960s. It is the story of what happens when different cultures and values collide and the tensions and possibilities for personal discovery and growth that emerge. Intimate and honest, D'Emilio's story will resonate with anyone who has had to chart their own path in a world they did not expect to find. Listeners can receive a 30% discount on the cost of the book by ordering through Duke University Press here using the following discount code: E22DEMIL. A pioneer in the field of LGBTQ studies and the history of sexuality, John D'Emilio is Emeritus Professor of Gender & Women's Studies and History at the University of Illinois at Chicago.  John Marszalek III is a co-host of the Queer Voices podcast and author of Coming Out of the Magnolia Closet: Same-Sex Couples in Mississippi (2020, University Press of Mississippi). He is clinical faculty of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Southern New Hampshire University. On Twitter: @marsjf3 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in History
John D'Emilio, "Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 47:42


In this episode of the Queer Voices podcast, John Marszalek interviews author John D'Emilio, one of the leading historians of his generation and a pioneering figure in the field of LGBTQ history, about his memoir, Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties (Duke UP, 2022) At times his life has been seemingly at odds with his upbringing. How does a boy from an Italian immigrant family in which everyone unfailingly went to confession and Sunday Mass become a lapsed Catholic? How does a family who worshipped Senator Joseph McCarthy and supported Richard Nixon produce an antiwar activist and pacifist? How does a family in which the word divorce was never spoken raise a son who comes to explore the hidden gay sexual underworld of New York City? Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood is D'Emilio's coming-of-age story in which he takes readers from his working-class Bronx neighborhood to an elite Jesuit high school in Manhattan to Columbia University and the political and social upheavals of the late 1960s. He shares his personal experiences of growing up in a conservative, tight-knit, multigenerational family, how he went from considering entering the priesthood to losing his faith and coming to terms with his same-sex desires. Throughout, D'Emilio outlines his complicated relationship with his family while showing how his passion for activism influenced his decision to use research, writing, and teaching to build a strong LGBTQ movement. This is not just John D'Emilio's personal story; it opens a window into how the conformist baby boom decade of the 1950s transformed into the tumultuous years of radical social movements and widespread protest during the 1960s. It is the story of what happens when different cultures and values collide and the tensions and possibilities for personal discovery and growth that emerge. Intimate and honest, D'Emilio's story will resonate with anyone who has had to chart their own path in a world they did not expect to find. Listeners can receive a 30% discount on the cost of the book by ordering through Duke University Press here using the following discount code: E22DEMIL. A pioneer in the field of LGBTQ studies and the history of sexuality, John D'Emilio is Emeritus Professor of Gender & Women's Studies and History at the University of Illinois at Chicago.  John Marszalek III is a co-host of the Queer Voices podcast and author of Coming Out of the Magnolia Closet: Same-Sex Couples in Mississippi (2020, University Press of Mississippi). He is clinical faculty of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Southern New Hampshire University. On Twitter: @marsjf3 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
John D'Emilio, "Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 47:42


In this episode of the Queer Voices podcast, John Marszalek interviews author John D'Emilio, one of the leading historians of his generation and a pioneering figure in the field of LGBTQ history, about his memoir, Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties (Duke UP, 2022) At times his life has been seemingly at odds with his upbringing. How does a boy from an Italian immigrant family in which everyone unfailingly went to confession and Sunday Mass become a lapsed Catholic? How does a family who worshipped Senator Joseph McCarthy and supported Richard Nixon produce an antiwar activist and pacifist? How does a family in which the word divorce was never spoken raise a son who comes to explore the hidden gay sexual underworld of New York City? Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood is D'Emilio's coming-of-age story in which he takes readers from his working-class Bronx neighborhood to an elite Jesuit high school in Manhattan to Columbia University and the political and social upheavals of the late 1960s. He shares his personal experiences of growing up in a conservative, tight-knit, multigenerational family, how he went from considering entering the priesthood to losing his faith and coming to terms with his same-sex desires. Throughout, D'Emilio outlines his complicated relationship with his family while showing how his passion for activism influenced his decision to use research, writing, and teaching to build a strong LGBTQ movement. This is not just John D'Emilio's personal story; it opens a window into how the conformist baby boom decade of the 1950s transformed into the tumultuous years of radical social movements and widespread protest during the 1960s. It is the story of what happens when different cultures and values collide and the tensions and possibilities for personal discovery and growth that emerge. Intimate and honest, D'Emilio's story will resonate with anyone who has had to chart their own path in a world they did not expect to find. Listeners can receive a 30% discount on the cost of the book by ordering through Duke University Press here using the following discount code: E22DEMIL. A pioneer in the field of LGBTQ studies and the history of sexuality, John D'Emilio is Emeritus Professor of Gender & Women's Studies and History at the University of Illinois at Chicago.  John Marszalek III is a co-host of the Queer Voices podcast and author of Coming Out of the Magnolia Closet: Same-Sex Couples in Mississippi (2020, University Press of Mississippi). He is clinical faculty of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Southern New Hampshire University. On Twitter: @marsjf3 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Biography
John D'Emilio, "Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 47:42


In this episode of the Queer Voices podcast, John Marszalek interviews author John D'Emilio, one of the leading historians of his generation and a pioneering figure in the field of LGBTQ history, about his memoir, Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties (Duke UP, 2022) At times his life has been seemingly at odds with his upbringing. How does a boy from an Italian immigrant family in which everyone unfailingly went to confession and Sunday Mass become a lapsed Catholic? How does a family who worshipped Senator Joseph McCarthy and supported Richard Nixon produce an antiwar activist and pacifist? How does a family in which the word divorce was never spoken raise a son who comes to explore the hidden gay sexual underworld of New York City? Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood is D'Emilio's coming-of-age story in which he takes readers from his working-class Bronx neighborhood to an elite Jesuit high school in Manhattan to Columbia University and the political and social upheavals of the late 1960s. He shares his personal experiences of growing up in a conservative, tight-knit, multigenerational family, how he went from considering entering the priesthood to losing his faith and coming to terms with his same-sex desires. Throughout, D'Emilio outlines his complicated relationship with his family while showing how his passion for activism influenced his decision to use research, writing, and teaching to build a strong LGBTQ movement. This is not just John D'Emilio's personal story; it opens a window into how the conformist baby boom decade of the 1950s transformed into the tumultuous years of radical social movements and widespread protest during the 1960s. It is the story of what happens when different cultures and values collide and the tensions and possibilities for personal discovery and growth that emerge. Intimate and honest, D'Emilio's story will resonate with anyone who has had to chart their own path in a world they did not expect to find. Listeners can receive a 30% discount on the cost of the book by ordering through Duke University Press here using the following discount code: E22DEMIL. A pioneer in the field of LGBTQ studies and the history of sexuality, John D'Emilio is Emeritus Professor of Gender & Women's Studies and History at the University of Illinois at Chicago.  John Marszalek III is a co-host of the Queer Voices podcast and author of Coming Out of the Magnolia Closet: Same-Sex Couples in Mississippi (2020, University Press of Mississippi). He is clinical faculty of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Southern New Hampshire University. On Twitter: @marsjf3 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

New Books in Gender Studies
John D'Emilio, "Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 47:42


In this episode of the Queer Voices podcast, John Marszalek interviews author John D'Emilio, one of the leading historians of his generation and a pioneering figure in the field of LGBTQ history, about his memoir, Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties (Duke UP, 2022) At times his life has been seemingly at odds with his upbringing. How does a boy from an Italian immigrant family in which everyone unfailingly went to confession and Sunday Mass become a lapsed Catholic? How does a family who worshipped Senator Joseph McCarthy and supported Richard Nixon produce an antiwar activist and pacifist? How does a family in which the word divorce was never spoken raise a son who comes to explore the hidden gay sexual underworld of New York City? Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood is D'Emilio's coming-of-age story in which he takes readers from his working-class Bronx neighborhood to an elite Jesuit high school in Manhattan to Columbia University and the political and social upheavals of the late 1960s. He shares his personal experiences of growing up in a conservative, tight-knit, multigenerational family, how he went from considering entering the priesthood to losing his faith and coming to terms with his same-sex desires. Throughout, D'Emilio outlines his complicated relationship with his family while showing how his passion for activism influenced his decision to use research, writing, and teaching to build a strong LGBTQ movement. This is not just John D'Emilio's personal story; it opens a window into how the conformist baby boom decade of the 1950s transformed into the tumultuous years of radical social movements and widespread protest during the 1960s. It is the story of what happens when different cultures and values collide and the tensions and possibilities for personal discovery and growth that emerge. Intimate and honest, D'Emilio's story will resonate with anyone who has had to chart their own path in a world they did not expect to find. Listeners can receive a 30% discount on the cost of the book by ordering through Duke University Press here using the following discount code: E22DEMIL. A pioneer in the field of LGBTQ studies and the history of sexuality, John D'Emilio is Emeritus Professor of Gender & Women's Studies and History at the University of Illinois at Chicago.  John Marszalek III is a co-host of the Queer Voices podcast and author of Coming Out of the Magnolia Closet: Same-Sex Couples in Mississippi (2020, University Press of Mississippi). He is clinical faculty of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Southern New Hampshire University. On Twitter: @marsjf3 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

New Books in LGBTQ+ Studies
John D'Emilio, "Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in LGBTQ+ Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 47:42


In this episode of the Queer Voices podcast, John Marszalek interviews author John D'Emilio, one of the leading historians of his generation and a pioneering figure in the field of LGBTQ history, about his memoir, Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties (Duke UP, 2022) At times his life has been seemingly at odds with his upbringing. How does a boy from an Italian immigrant family in which everyone unfailingly went to confession and Sunday Mass become a lapsed Catholic? How does a family who worshipped Senator Joseph McCarthy and supported Richard Nixon produce an antiwar activist and pacifist? How does a family in which the word divorce was never spoken raise a son who comes to explore the hidden gay sexual underworld of New York City? Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood is D'Emilio's coming-of-age story in which he takes readers from his working-class Bronx neighborhood to an elite Jesuit high school in Manhattan to Columbia University and the political and social upheavals of the late 1960s. He shares his personal experiences of growing up in a conservative, tight-knit, multigenerational family, how he went from considering entering the priesthood to losing his faith and coming to terms with his same-sex desires. Throughout, D'Emilio outlines his complicated relationship with his family while showing how his passion for activism influenced his decision to use research, writing, and teaching to build a strong LGBTQ movement. This is not just John D'Emilio's personal story; it opens a window into how the conformist baby boom decade of the 1950s transformed into the tumultuous years of radical social movements and widespread protest during the 1960s. It is the story of what happens when different cultures and values collide and the tensions and possibilities for personal discovery and growth that emerge. Intimate and honest, D'Emilio's story will resonate with anyone who has had to chart their own path in a world they did not expect to find. Listeners can receive a 30% discount on the cost of the book by ordering through Duke University Press here using the following discount code: E22DEMIL. A pioneer in the field of LGBTQ studies and the history of sexuality, John D'Emilio is Emeritus Professor of Gender & Women's Studies and History at the University of Illinois at Chicago.  John Marszalek III is a co-host of the Queer Voices podcast and author of Coming Out of the Magnolia Closet: Same-Sex Couples in Mississippi (2020, University Press of Mississippi). He is clinical faculty of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Southern New Hampshire University. On Twitter: @marsjf3 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/lgbtq-studies

Cinema60
Ep #66 - Anthony Perkins in the 60s

Cinema60

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 124:57


Partially due to his desire to not get typecast after his most famous role, as well an urge to escape the pressure put on him by the studios to not be so ‘out' about his homosexuality, Perkins ran away from Hollywood and ended up having one of the strangest careers of any major star in the 60s. Fortunately, his self-imposed exile in France resulted in a bunch of movies that are exactly the kind of thing that the hosts of this podcast are always looking for: lost treasures that every cinephile should know about but not enough do. Pretty much all of these film are worth seeking out, but tune in and find out about at least a couple that rank as all-timers for the Cinema60 crew.The following films are discussed:• Tall Story (1960) Directed by Joshua Logan Starring Anthony Perkins, Jane Fonda, Ray Walston• Psycho (1960) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock Starring Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles• Goodbye Again (1961) Aimez-vous Brahms? Directed by Anatole Litvak Starring Ingrid Bergman, Yves Montand, Anthony Perkins• Phaedra (1962) Directed by Jules Dassin Starring Melina Mercouri, Anthony Perkins, Raf Vallone• Five Miles To Midnight (1962) Le Couteau dans la plaie Directed by Anatole Litvak Starring Sophia Loren, Anthony Perkins, Gig Young• Two Are Guilty (1963) Le glaive et la balance Directed by André Cayatte Starring Anthony Perkins, Jean-Claude Brialy, Renato Salvatori• Agent 38-24-36 (1964) Une ravissante idiote Directed by Édouard Molinaro Starring Brigitte Bardot, Anthony Perkins, Grégoire Aslan• The Fool Killer (1965) Violent Journey Directed by Servando González Starring Anthony Perkins, Edward Albert, Henry Hull• The Champagne Murders (1967) Le scandale Directed by Claude Chabrol Starring Anthony Perkins, Maurice Ronet, Yvonne Furneaux• Pretty Poison (1968) Directed by Noel Black Starring Anthony Perkins, Tuesday Weld, Beverly GarlandAlso mentioned:• The Trial (1962) Le procès Directed by Orson Welles Starring Anthony Perkins, Jeanne Moreau, Romy Schneider• Is Paris Burning? (1966) Paris brûle-t-il? Directed by René Clément Starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, Charles Boyer, Leslie Caron

Sixties Sensations - Peter Miller
Sixties Sensations-11-10-2022

Sixties Sensations - Peter Miller

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 118:48


60's Sensations has a special guest in the station this week all the way from New York! John Heads is the rhythm guitar & bass guitarist for the band 'The Teen Beat Five' and was at the Hall of Fame reunion on Saturday evening! #RadioSouthland #SouthlandRadio #SouthlandMusic #SixtiesMusic #Aotearoa #newzealand

Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief
A Few Moments With Tom Licameli of The Sixties Show

Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 13:42


You don't need to be a sixties child to love the music! Dylan, The Beatles, Glen Campbell, The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks--pure and timeless classics! And The Sixties Show will bring them all to you note for note and more!  Today, we spoke with Tom Licameli one of the co-founders of the band and the man behind the immersive multi-media experience that goes along with it. They will be at Maryland Hall on Sunday October 16th for a single show at 8:00 pm (Doors at 7:00 pm)! Have a listen! LINKS: The Sixties Show (Website) The Sixties Show (Facebook) The Sixties Show (Instagram) The Sixties Show (YouTube) The Sixties Show (Tickets)

Sixties Sensations - Peter Miller
Sixties Sensations-04-10-2022

Sixties Sensations - Peter Miller

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 118:32


60's Sensations is here to get you grooving again this week! Sit back, relax, and get ready for a good time! #RadioSouthland #SouthlandRadio #CAMA

Stars on Suspense (Old Time Radio)
BONUS - Suspense in the Sixties

Stars on Suspense (Old Time Radio)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 98:54 Very Popular


On September 30, 1962, Suspense aired its final episode and the golden age of radio drama came to an end. In honor of the 60th anniversary of that last broadcast, we'll hear four of the final episodes of "radio's outstanding theater of thrills" - "Run Faster" (originally aired on CBS on August 5, 1962); "The Lost Ship" (originally aired on CBS on August 26, 1952), "The Death of Alexander Jordan" (originally aired on CBS on September 2, 1962); and "A Strange Day in May" (originally aired on CBS on September 9, 1962). Click here to listen to Episode 100 - Beginnings and Endings, featuring "Devilstone," the final episode of Suspense.

The Empire Film Podcast
Bond At 60: A Barbara Broccoli/Michael G. Wilson Interview Special

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 51:06


Happy birthday, Mr. Bond. Yes, this October sees 007 turn 0060 with the 60th anniversary of Dr No, the film that brought Ian Fleming's James Bond to the big screen for the first time. The celebrations begin this weekend with a series of Bond At 60 events at the BFI Southbank and BFI Imax, then a The Sound Of Bond concert at the Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday October 4, headlined by Dame Shirley Bassey, and the debut of Mat Whitecross' documentary, The Sound Of Bond, on Prime Video on October 5. Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson are the producers who have overseen not one, but two, key reboots of the character, through the Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig eras, firmly keeping alive the traditions established by their father, Albert R. 'Cubby' Broccoli. They've been around since the franchise began — Michael cameoed briefly in Goldfinger in 1964, while a very young Barbara toured the world with her father as the movies became a cultural phenomenon in the Sixties — and in this special interview with Empire's Chris Hewitt, the two talk about their relationship with Bond, the movies and actors, through the decades, culminating in the major decision they made with the most recent movie, No Time To Die. Enjoy.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages: Wayne Robins on Steely Dan + Donald Fagen + Denny Dias

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 82:22


In this episode we invite former Creem editor and Newsday critic Wayne Robins to reminisce about his journalistic journey from the Berkeley Barb to NYU's graduate school of journalism — and to hold forth on his (and our) beloved Steely Dan.Wayne recalls the suburban East Coast childhood he had in common with the Dan's Donald Fagen— and the music that set them both free from it. Jumping forward to 1969, he describes the Rolling Stones show he saw in Oakland a month before Altamont. He also paints a vivid and amusing picture of Bard College, the upstate New York institution he attended at the same time as Fagen and Dan co-founder Walter Becker. Clips from RBP audio interviews with the duo and original Dan member Denny Dias accompany an in-depth discussion of every rock egghead's favourite group, not to mention Fagen's 40-year-old solo album The Nightfly.The episode concludes with a swift survey of recent additions to the RBP library, including  pieces about Juliette Gréco (1961), James Booker (1976), Mark E. Smith (1990), Limp Bizkit(2000), Soul Train's Don Cornelius (2012), Rolling Stone's Jann Wenner (2017)… and the "atomic" Count Basie (2020).Many thanks to special guest Wayne Robins. Sign up for his newsletter Critical Conditions at waynerobins49.substack.com.Pieces discussed: Rolling Stones, Steely Dan, Steely Dan II, Donald Fagen audio, Denny Dias audio, Donald Fagen, Steely Dan III, Juliette Gréco, The Beach Boys, David Bowie, Culture Club, James Booker, Tom Petty, The Sixties, The Fall, Jann Wenner, Among the Mooks, Don Cornelius and Count Basie. 

Cinema60
Ep #65 - Bootleg Bond in the 60s - Agent 077

Cinema60

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 71:00


We're back in the world of Bootleg Bond, navigating the vast number of rip-offs and spoofs that tried to cash in on the 007 craze. In this episode, Cinema60 goes to Italy to scout out Agent 077 – the ever forgettable Eurospy with the ever changing name and face. Marvel as he shoots men, slaps women, skis mountains, flies helicopters, saves the world from nuclear meltdown and remains wholly unengaging throughout. These six utterly disposable entertainments aren't really the point here, though. The real meat of episode is Bart & Jenna's philosophical inquiry into the true nature of knockoff cinema and what these films mean to their largely accidental audience. Moreover, they scrutinize the Italian film industry of the ‘60s that thrived on producing hundreds upon hundreds of cheap genre pictures and lousy imitations of hit films for international distribution, and ask the same men responsible for giving us the cinematic masterpieces of Fellini and Antonioni the crucial question: Cosa diavolo…?The following films are discussed:• Mission Bloody Mary (1965) Agente 077 missione Bloody Mary Directed by Sergio Grieco Starring Ken Clark, Helga Liné, Mitsouko• From the Orient with Fury (1965) Agente 077 dall'oriente con furore Directed by Sergio Grieco Starring Ken Clark, Margaret Lee, Fabienne Dali• 077 - Special Mission Lady Chaplin (1966) Missione speciale Lady Chaplin Directed by Alberto De Martino & Sergio Grieco Starring Ken Clark, Daniela Bianchi, Helga Liné• Secret Agent Fireball (1965) Le spie uccidono a Beirut Directed by Luciano Martino Starring Richard Harrison, Dominique Boschero, Wandisa Guida• Killers Are Challenged (1966) A 077, sfida ai killers Directed by Antonio Margheriti Starring Richard Harrison, Mitsouko, Wandisa Guida• Fury in Marrakesh (1966) 077 - Furia a Marrakech Directed by Mino Loy & Luciano Martino Starring Stephen Forsyth, Dominique Boschero, Mitsouko

Media Path Podcast
Peace, Love & Rascals featuring Felix Cavaliere

Media Path Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 67:50


Blue-eyed soul pioneer, Felix Cavaliere soared to chart topping heights with The Rascals and their smash hits, Good Lovin', Groovin', It's a Beautiful Morning, and People Got to Be Free, all designed to elevate your spirits and positively change the world.Rock and Roll, Songwriter, Musician, Vocal Group, and Grammy Hall of Famer Felix is adding best selling author to his list of accomplishments with the new biorgraphy, Felix Cavaliere: Memoir of a Rascal.Felix writes his heart into his words and his music and he joins Fritz and Weezy, who, this week, are recommending Mike on Hulu and the podcasts Fever Dreams and The Orange Wave.Path Points of Interest:Felix CavaliereFelix Cavaliere: Memoir of a RascalThe Rascals and Tom Jones The Orange Wave: A History of the Religious Right Since 1960 PodcastStraight White American Jesus PodcastFever Dreams PodcastMike on HuluGift of Democracy

Hell & High Water with John Heilemann
Allen Hughes, Part 2

Hell & High Water with John Heilemann

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 52:09 Very Popular


In a special two-part episode, John Heilemann talks with visionary film and television director Allen Hughes about Dear Mama — the sprawling, spellbinding documentary series about the lives and times of hip hop icon Tupac Shakur and his mother, Afeni, a prominent member of the Black Panther Party in the Sixties and Seventies — that Hughes has been working on for much of the past three years. The first episode of Dear Mama premieres on September 15 at the Toronto International Film Festival, with the entire five-part series airing on F/X later this year; Hughes's conversation with Heilemann is the first time he has spoken in detail about the project. They discuss the director's tumultuous relationship with Tupac in both of their early years in show business, which led to Hughes being brutally beaten by gang associates of the young rapper; how the relationship between Tupac and his mother shaped his outlook, politics, and attitude toward violence; the hot-eyed feud between hip hop's East Coast and West Coast factions in the Nineties; and the still much-debated circumstances surrounding Tupac's murder in Las Vegas in 1996. In second part of the episode, Hughes and Heilemann explore the director's groundbreaking career, from Menace II Society, Dead Presidents, and The Book of Eli to the game-changing HBO doc series, The Defiant Ones, about music-industry titans Dr Dre and Jimmy Iovine, as well as Hughes's tantalizing next undertaking: a biopic of Motown legend Marvin Gaye, entitled What's Going On. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Hell & High Water with John Heilemann
Allen Hughes, Part 1

Hell & High Water with John Heilemann

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 71:07 Very Popular


In a special two-part episode, John Heilemann talks with visionary film and television director Allen Hughes about Dear Mama — the sprawling, spellbinding documentary series about the lives and times of hip hop icon Tupac Shakur and his mother, Afeni, a prominent member of the Black Panther Party in the Sixties and Seventies — that Hughes has been working on for much of the past three years. The first episode of Dear Mama premieres on September 15 at the Toronto International Film Festival, with the entire five-part series airing on F/X later this year; Hughes's conversation with Heilemann is the first time he has spoken in detail about the project. They discuss the director's tumultuous relationship with Tupac in both of their early years in show business, which led to Hughes being brutally beaten by gang associates of the young rapper; how the relationship between Tupac and his mother shaped his outlook, politics, and attitude toward violence; the hot-eyed feud between hip hop's East Coast and West Coast factions in the Nineties; and the still much-debated circumstances surrounding Tupac's murder in Las Vegas in 1996. In second part of the episode, Hughes and Heilemann explore the director's groundbreaking career, from Menace II Society, Dead Presidents, and The Book of Eli to the game-changing HBO doc series, The Defiant Ones, about music-industry titans Dr Dre and Jimmy Iovine, as well as Hughes's tantalizing next undertaking: a biopic of Motown legend Marvin Gaye, entitled What's Going On. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.