This week, we celebrated Ben's parents' 40th anniversary by reviewing the movie they went to see on their first date. A true love story through which H.G. Wells meets his future wife while traveling through time to hunt down Jack the Ripper. It's Time After Time! Special thanks to our guest this week: Brandon Reavis!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
This week, we had a very educational experience learning about freeganism and what exactly makes a good thriller. Come listen to our discussion about The East! Special thanks to this week's guest Wren McDaniel! Hope you enjoy!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
This week, we look at one of the films that was up for Best Picture in the 2020 Academy Awards: Noah Baumbach's Marriage Story, starring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson. Special thanks to this week's guest: Hayley Tankersley! Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
This week, we reviewed one of Tristen's favorite movies of all time (his second-favorite to be specific)! Did it stand up to the criticisms of every one else? Be sure to find out! Special thanks to this week's guest: Haley Vaughn!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
This week, we dove right back into David Fincher! This week, we watched his biopic that deals with the creation of some random social media site named Facebook. Maybe you've heard of it, it's The Social Network! Special thanks to Michael Ruiz for being our wonderful guest this week!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
This week, we jumped back into the fantasy genre! Well, maybe. Not quite fantasy, but maybe fantasy-adjacent? Anyway, it's Beasts of the Southern Wild! Special thanks to this week's guest: Amara Ede!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
This week, we reviewed a rom-com! It wasn't a particularly good one, but it's safe to say we had a good time with it. It's The Wedding Planner! Special thanks to our guest this week: Rebecca Winget!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
This week, we dove into British humour and the zombie genre all at once! We talked about Edgar Wright's cult classic, Shaun of the Dead! Hope you enjoy!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
Habeeb Akande is a sex educator, author and historian. His work explores an ancient African sexual practice for women's satisfaction, which he believes can close the gender pleasure gap. His work also covers race relations and sexual intimacy in Brazil and Muslim cultures. Habeeb is the author of the Amazon bestselling book Kunyaza: The Secret to Female Pleasure, which was featured in the BBC documentary, The Orgasm Gap. Habeeb aims to present a positive representation of African cultures and sexually empower women with culturally-competent sex education. "The fact that we have female body parts that are named after European men. This idea that the G-spot was named after Ernst Grafenberg in the 1950s, the Fallopian tubes, again named after a man, the Skene's glands. And this is because the Europeans have done a very good job of documenting their findings, but they are new findings to them. They'll document it, and then it's disseminated across the board as if this is the standard for everyone to adopt. And anyone that that might have "discovered" this prior to the events are dismissed. So when I've written proposals for some sex journals about my research, about like, the Kunyaza tradition, and eastern Africa and their practises, they understand of sex and sexuality. Many times they don't want to hear it unless I'm speaking about female genital mutilation"
This week, we took a dive into true crime and watched a movie about the childhood of infamous serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. It's My Friend Dahmer! Hope you enjoy!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
This week, we headed into space, the final frontier, as we boldly went where this podcast had not been before! We watched Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
This week, we talked about the one and only Jack Black! More specifically, we talked about that one time he went one some weird version of the hero's journey...maybe? Anyway, it's Nacho Libre! Special thanks to our guest Logan Gruenenfelder!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
This week, we tackle yet another movie that was based on a true story, which is apparently our new favorite thing we do! Instead of the history of the dictionary, we look at the greatest check fraudster (fraudster? frauder? fraud person?) the world has ever seen. It's Catch Me If You Can! Hope you enjoy!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
This week, we take it back to our childhood to talk about a move about childhood. Based on the classic book, it's Where the Wild Things Are! Special thanks to our guest Michael Ruiz!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
A Sea Dragon, the Obedience App, and Hei Hei from Moana. The Submissive Next Door pops her "podcast guest cherry" so spectacularly, it requires puppy pads to soak up the mess. A 24/7 sub lends us 1/1 of her time to talk about watching porn in groups, teaching erotica, and what to do with ancient Roman grime. What's the big surprise coming this summer? What's the Skene's gland? What's Naughty Disney After Dark? You'll love the answers to all these questions as much as she hates water. This woman might be the sexie-est sexie that ever sexied.Check her out:https://beacons.page/kipaniBecome a patron! Or I'll tie you to a wheel in the town square and flog you.www.patreon.com/sexieshow
This week, we take a look at a Mel Gibson passion project about the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary. It's The Professor and the Madman! Special thanks to our guest Abi Walls!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
This week, we're tackling another Nicolas Cage movie! Unfortunately, it has a lack of great Nicolas Cage moments, so is it really a Nicolas Cage movie? It's The Sorcerer's Apprentice! Hope you enjoy!Be sure to follow us on social media: @ViterMediaYou want merch? Follow this link: https://www.vitermedia.com/merch
Simon Fuller provides some clarity on issues such as what is a casual employee? What are their rights? And what are employers' obligations in respect of casual workers? With particular reference to two recent Full Court decisions (being WorkPac Pty Ltd and Skene and WorkPac Pty Ltd and Rossato) that have, in some respects, changed the landscape for casual workers. The session also considers the federal government's regulatory response to some of the issues raised in Skene and also the pending High Court challenge to the Full Court's decision in Rossato.
Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2020.11.11.378935v1?rss=1 Authors: Castrellon, J. J., Hakimi, S., Parelman, J. M., Yin, L., Law, J. R., Skene, J. A. G., Ball, D. A., Malekpour, A., Beskind, D. H., Vidmar, N., Pearson, J. M., Skene, J. H. P., Carter, R. M. Abstract: Efforts to explain jury decisions have focused on competing models emphasizing utility, narrative, and social-affective mechanisms, but these are difficult to distinguish using behavior alone. Here, we use patterns of brain activation derived from large neuroimaging databases to look for signatures of the cognitive processes associated with models of juror decision making. We asked jury-eligible subjects to rate the strength of a series of criminal cases while recording the resulting patterns of brain activation. When subjects considered evidence, utility and narrative processes were both active, but cognitive processes associated with narrative models better explain the patterns of brain activation. In contrast, a biasing effect of crime type on perceived strength of the case was best explained by brain patterns associated with social cognition. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info
On Thursday 21 May, 2020, the Federal Court upheld the WorkPac vs Skene 2018, when it decided that a casual mine worker who had regular and predictable shifts was entitled to the same benefits as a permanent member of staff, including accrued annual leave pay. What does this potentially mean for the security industry? In this episode of the ASIAL Security Insider podcast, we speak with Chris Delaney, ASIAL's workplace relations advisor, about the potential impact of this decision on the security industry. What might it means for companies who hire casual staff? What can they do to minimise potential claims of a similar nature to the recent court case and what should they be doing moving forward to reduce potential liability? The contents of this podcast do not constitute legal advice, are not intended to be a substitute for legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. All listeners should seek legal advice or other professional advice in relation to any particular matters you or your organisation may have.
*Correction: NRDC stands for Natural Resources Defense Council. NRDC/STAND Report: Skene, J., & Vinyard, S. (2019). The Issue with Tissue: How American are Flushing Forests. Natural Resources Defense Council and Stand.earth. Retrieved from https://www.nrdc.org/sites/default/files/issue-tissue-how-americans-are-flushing-forests-down-toilet-report.pdf, Action 5: Use Cloth Napkins- https://www.sustainabilitymadeeasier.com/podcast/episode-5-use-cloth-napkins, https://www.sustainabilitymadeeasier.com/homepage/action-5-napkins, Action 19: Start Garden Seedlings Using Free Upcycled Items: Complete DIY Guide with Zero Waste, Biodegradable, and Self-Watering Options! https://www.sustainabilitymadeeasier.com/podcast/episode-5-use-cloth-napkins, https://www.sustainabilitymadeeasier.com/homepage/action-19-seedlings Website: https://www.sustainabilitymadeeasier.com/, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SustainabilityMadeEasier/, Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sustainabilitymadeeasier/, Twitter: https://twitter.com/EasySustainable, YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbyxBjbj-cp6fEziJwldiIQ, Sustainability Made Easier Community: https://www.facebook.com/pg/SustainabilityMadeEasier/community/. References: Avis-Riordan, K. (2013, March 18). 'Family cloth' is a new eco-friendly alternative to toilet paper – but it's got people divided. Retrieved from Country Living: https://www.countryliving.com/uk/homes-interiors/news/a3487/family-cloth-eco-friendly-alternative-toilet-paper/, Flitter, E. (2020, February 28). My Tireless Quest for a Tubeless Wipe. Retrieved from The New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/28/business/tube-free-toilet-paper.html, NRDC. (2019, September). Fact Sheet: On Hemp, Bidet, and Bamboo: All Your Questions about Toilet Paper Answered. Retrieved from NRDC: https://www.nrdc.org/sites/default/files/hemp-bidets-bamboo-tissue-faq-fs.pdf, Rainforest Action Network. (n.d.). Pulp and Paper: Why Indonesian Rainforests? Retrieved from https://www.ran.org/pulp/, Red & Honey. (2020, March 18). How to Get Started with Family Cloth (Yup, Reusable Toilet Paper is a Real Thing). Retrieved from https://redandhoney.com/how-to-get-started-with-family-cloth-and-why-you-might-actually-love-it/, Skene, J., & Vinyard, S. (2019). The Issue with Tissue: How Americans are Flushing Forests Down the Toilet. Natural Resources Defense Council and Stand.earth. Retrieved from https://www.nrdc.org/sites/default/files/issue-tissue-how-americans-are-flushing-forests-down-toilet-report.pdf, Skene, J., & Vinyard, S. (2019, October 8). The Issue with Tissue: How Americans Are Flushing Forests Down the Toilet. Retrieved from NRDC: https://www.nrdc.org/resources/issue-tissue-how-americans-are-flushing-forests-down-toilet, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (2016, February 21). Wastes - Resource Conservation - Common Wastes & Materials - Paper Recycling: Frequent Questions. Retrieved from https://archive.epa.gov/wastes/conserve/materials/paper/web/html/faqs.html#times, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (2019, November 13). Facts and Figures about Materials, Waste and Recycling: Paper and Paperboard: Material-Specific Data. Retrieved from https://www.epa.gov/facts-and-figures-about-materials-waste-and-recycling/paper-and-paperboard-material-specific-data
Församlingsfakulteten inbjuder till passionspredikningar i fakultetens kapell sex måndagskvällar under fastetiden. Passionspredikningarna följer Matteusevangeliets skildring av Jesu lidande och den tredje predikan hölls måndagen den 8 mars av Göran Landgren, tidigare kyrkoherde i Örby-Skene församling. Mer info finns här. Vill du bidra till FFG-podden, ge en gåva på SWISH-nummer 123 100 84 57 (märk “FFG podcast”)
Församlingsfakulteten inbjuder till passionspredikningar i fakultetens kapell sex måndagskvällar under fastetiden. Passionspredikningarna följer Matteusevangeliets skildring av Jesu lidande och den tredje predikan hölls måndagen den 8 mars av Göran Landgren, tidigare kyrkoherde i Örby-Skene församling. Mer info finns här. Vill du bidra till FFG-podden, ge en gåva på SWISH-nummer 123 100 84 57 (märk “FFG podcast”)
You can trace many styles of music back to the early punk sounds of the Ramones and the Pistols. Whether its the early MTV era rock (Billy Idol, Joan Jett), pop punk (Green Day) or today’s alternative rock (Twenty One Pilots, Yungblud), there’s a common thread uniting these genres. Chip & The Charge Ups unapologetically incorporates all of these influences into their energetic songs. Catch this band as they electrify the East Coast and beyond or check out their album, “Flow of the Current, Part I (+),” available now! Right now the Charge Ups are promoting the festive song "Black and Gold Christmas!" Features guest appearances by Liz Berlin of Rusted Root, Doug Carnahan of After The Fall, Jennifer Craven of A Common Crown and Char Fields! with the video directed by Marcus Morelli of Skene 19 Films. Proceeds from the sale of "Black and Gold Christmas" t-shirts benefit the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. Get your shirt and tickets for Chip and The Charge Ups show with Blacktop Mojo Dec 8th at http://www.thechargeups.com/store You can check out the video on their YouTube channel for Black and Gold Christmas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=juYJv68WBGo
This week we cover a weird thought that had been brought up on several occasions involving the Skene's gland, we discuss a few "Dad Jokes" followed by some random questions that lead us down the modern day Ten Commandments. It's been a long week and we've been drinking! Don't mind our mess! Disclaimer: The podcast may contain health- or medical-related materials or discussions. All discussions, opinions, and recommendations contained in this podcast are strictly those of the hosts, The content contained herein is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard on our podcast. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor, go to the emergency department, or call 911 immediately. We do not recommend or endorse any specific tests, physicians, products, procedures, opinions. Reliance on any information provided by this podcast, contracted writers, or contracted guest who may appear on the podcast presenting is solely at your own risk. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/over40/message
Tim talks about growing up in a small town in Virginia as a closeted, vogueing, over-achiever. Kelly and Lindsey talk about what it was like to grow up in South Florida. Spoiler: A South Florida education is basically the reason they started this podcast. In Sex Ed they learn that Tim doesn’t have a Skene’s gland, they dive into some Shakespeare madlibs, and they play a game called “Not My Current President” to learn about historical political scandals. They talk technicolor dream coats, biblical bro codes, Dave Matthews Band and more. Check out the show’s Instagram feed: www.instagram.com/kellyandlindsey Follow Kelly: www.instagram.com/kelly_wallacebarnowl Follow Lindsey: www.instagram.com/lindseygentile Show Theme Provided By: Editing provided by Phil at www.micomPODre.com
Episode 105 is about everything wet! Luna Matatas explores the question, “why do we eroticize certain bodily fluids but consider others disgusting?” Then we really dive into a pool of the slimy, juicy, splashy stuff! Find out once and for all if squirt is really pee plus learn the secrets of vaginal ejaculation & creative ideas for squirt play. Luna tells us about golden showers-- what’s the appeal? Humiliation? Dominance? Something else? Learn how to explore piss play safely and discover some surprising things about diaper play (no, they aren’t just for adult babies). We also talk spit, tears, sweat, lactation, snot jobs, and more! Find out which common body fluid squicks Sunny out and how to negotiate playing with fluids your partner might find hot but you don’t. Submit your BDSM & sex advice questions by email to firstname.lastname@example.org To support American Sex podcast, please visit patreon.com/americansex (plus you’ll get all episodes early, secret episodes, bonus stories from guests, on-air shout-outs, stuff in the mail & more!) Get friendly with us on Twitter at @AmericanSexPod or visit sunnymegatron.com or americansexpodcast.com Join our mailing list by visiting http://sunnymegatron.com/newsletter or texting MEGATRON to 444999 Sunny & Ken, xo! ____________________________________ Episode 105 Links Luna Matatas Twitter https://twitter.com/lunamatatas Luna Matatas Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lunamatatas Luna Matatas Facebook https://www.facebook.com/heylunamatatas Luna Matatas Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEgfj60hPEMo0sGo79efZsQ Luna Matatas website http://lunamatatas.com Peg The Patriarchy shirts & more merch https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/GlitterGiftsByLuna Luna Matatas bonus story https://www.patreon.com/posts/luna-matadas-30499392 About squirting https://helloclue.com/articles/sex/lets-talk-about-squirting-why-is-it-important-what-does-it-feel-like Diagram showing Skene’s Glands https://o.quizlet.com/CBkZ4fhP-MCfFYlWckQNfg.png Breastfeeding Simulator https://laerdalglobalhealth.com/products/mamabreast/ Human tears under a microscope https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/the-microscopic-structures-of-dried-human-tears-180947766/ Who the heck is Cliff Claven? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cliff_Clavin American Sex Podcast subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/americansexpodcast Episode 105 Sponsor, Affiliate & Giveaway Info Get 20% off your first order of Native with code SUNNY at http://nativedeodorant.com Get 20% off + free shipping at Manscaped.com with code SUNNY http://manscaped.com Swingset Takes Desire trip at the number one swing resort, Desire Resort Riviera Maya. 11/2-11/9 swingsetdesire.com 10% off American Sex Podcast & Sunny Megatron merch with code SUNNY (t-shirts, mugs, phone cases & more) http://bit.ly/sunnyshirts Sunny & Ken’s classes on Kink Academy http://bit.ly/kinkacademyelectric & http://bit.ly/kinkacademyhumiliation 15% off your order at Lovehoney when you use this link http://bit.ly/lovehoney15 15% off everything at Lelo.com with code SUNNY 10% off everything (with minor restrictions) online from woman-owned, feminist, trans & queer-friendly Early To Bed http://bit.ly/sunnyearlytobed At least 25% off BDSM gear & sex toys with Stockroom’s daily deal (there’s a new product each day!) https://www.stockroom.com/dailydeal/?acc=7c590f01490190db0ed02a5070e20f01
We obviously can't get enough of Sydney's Hemina, who have been supporters of this program since its very early days (check the archives at www.progtopia.com if you want proof). So with the release of their fourth album Night Echoes, it's only right that we check in with band members Doug Skene and Jess Martin and see what it's all about. They talk about the chances they take with diverse influences from funk to pop to 80s retro stylings mixed in with their trademark brand of progressive metal, how a song like "What's the Catch?" and its associated video were formed and fashioned, and which country seems to be surpassing all others for streams of their music. You can order all their music at http://hemina.bandcamp.com. Featured songs/excerpts: "One Short" "We Will" "Flicker" "What's the Catch?" "In Technicolour" "The Only Way" To hear previous episodes featuring Hemina, as well as all archival episodes, go to www.progtopia.com.
This episode takes you away from Mull and over to Tiree where I talk with John Holliday. John was the doctor on the island for 30 years and is often known as 'Doc'. Originally from the England, John lived in Australia before settling on Tiree. We talk about his work in Australia with the Pintupi people, the choice of coming to live and work on Tiree, the nature of rural locations, his engagement with local Gaelic culture, the place names of the island and the remarkable Ringing Stone, a feature of the island which has had 6 thousand years of continuous human use. There’s also a section in Gaelic, in which we talk about characters of the island, which then leads us into place names. Throughout the episode you’ll hear a tune that John wrote for his son, called Michael John’s Reel. The tune was recorded in 2018 at the Tiree Fèis Tutor's Ceilidh. It features the wonderful Màrtainn Skene on the box, Dr John Holliday on flute, Kenny Rankin on guitar and Anna Garvin on keys. John's daughter Sarah has a podcast, too, it's called Utopia Dispatch. It "takes on the small task of radically reimagining the future of human society, while somehow managing to keep our spirits up at the same time. [They] talk to thinkers with ideas that break the mould, and to citizens taking radical action for a better future, to bring you closer to a vision of the future we actually all want, and we might even have a few laughs along the way." It can be found here: http://utopiadispatch.com/ I was across on Tiree to work with https://feis-thiriodh.com/ Check them out, they do great work! Episode links and more can be found on www.whatwedointhewinter.com Thanks for listening!
Bryan Russell Smith and Sup’s new content manager Amanda Duberman are joined by Jennifer Skene, environmental law fellow for the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) to talk about some of the biggest threats to our environment. They start off with an alarming new study about the planet’s biodiversity, and explain how toilet paper is killing our forests. Skene explains the impact of deforestation and the best legal strategies for combating this crisis. They close out the show with tips for how we can all take action to overcome the threat to our planet. Get your tickets to our live LA DragCon show here: betches.co/dragcontix The post-DragCon happy hour is available here: betches.co/suphappyhourla And don't forget to buy your tickets to the live NYC show at Caroline's: betches.co/carolines
Luna Olsson från bl.a. Femipunx och Feedback Booking snackar om att vara transtjej i Skene, EPA-traktorer, Arena 29, Petrol Girls, Big Joanie, G.L.O.S.S. TTHC Fest, Klubb Illegal, ickebinär och elda flaggan. Vidare till Skitsystem, Contorture, årskrönika 2018, Statement Festival, The Space Lady, Beatbox-SM, HBTQ+, transvården och ett gäng tips på band att kolla upp. Det hela blandas med musik vald av Luna.
Puhumme teatterin harrastamisesta kahden harrastajanäyttelijän kanssa. Viekö teatteriharrastus kaiken ajan? Mitä harrastus opettaa ja antaa harrastajalle, entä mitä se ottaa? Mm. Paimion Kesäteatterissa, Salon Teatterissa, ShedHelsingissä ja Skene-musiikkiteatterikoulussa näytelleet Merita ja Saimi kertovat. Juontajina Laura Haajanen ja Siiri Liitiä. Haastattelussa Merita Seppälä ja Saimi Somerto. Spiikki: Niina Markkanen. Jakson tarjoaa Helsingin Kaupunginteatteri.
Himmelsblå burväktare sedan 2015 med rötterna i Västergötland. En sköning från Skene som började som utespelare men som 18 åring upptäckte att han hade fallenhet för att stå i målet. Där har han stannat sedan dess. Möt MFF:s andre målvakt, Fredrik Andersson. Fredrik berättar om hur det är att vara andre målvakt i Sveriges finaste fotbollsförening och om att ta chansen när den väl dyker upp. Fredrik som är en av laget bästa golfspelare avslöjar vem som är föreningens i särklass sämsta golfspelare. Det blir snack om passionen för lokal sport och om intresset för hus och hem (Fredrik är utbildad plåtslagare och pappa har byggfirma hemma i Skene). Detta och mycket mycket mer i avsnitt 126 av Blått Snack. Ccieroner som vanligt Skånesports Ole Törner och Retro FM:s Hasse Strandberg.
Han har varit med länge i svensk politik som bland annat utbildningsminister och partiledare för Liberalerna. Men varför blev textilarbetarsonen Jan Björklund från Skene liberal och en hårdför militär? Kontakt Mail: email@example.com Facebook: Söndagsintervjun i P1 Twitter: @sondagsintervju Instagram: @sondagsintervjun_p1
Australia's prog scene is by all accounts booming, and one indication of that was the Progfest show held in Sydney on the 20th of January. Several-time guests Hemina were part of the Poseidon Stage there, and guitarist/singer Doug Skene checks in as a correspondent about the bands that were part of the festival -- most of which are new to us at Progtopia. Jason, David, and Mark chat in the Prog Squad about a UK pub's policy of not booking female-fronted bands and other subjects. Finally, Mark debuts the Potentially Unpopular Position (PUP) to explain why he thinks it's all right that Tangerine Dream pressed onward without their late founding member Edgar Froese. Featured song excerpts: "Moonlight Bride" (Hemina) "The Fragile Serene" (Voyager) "Proton Bonfire" (Tangerine Dream) "It Is Time to Leave When Everyone Is Dancing" (Tangerine Dream) "When Isis Starts to Cry" (Breaking Orbit) "Like" Progtopia on Facebook (www.facebook.com/Progtopia and www.facebook.com/groups/1380357308874546/) and follow Progtopia on Twitter (@Progtopia) to send a message about the show and to receive news about current and upcoming interviews. Thanks for listening!
This week’s episode is a wet one! Jess shares the science of G-Spots & squirting along with techniques you can try tonight. She answers common questions including: Can all women squirt? Is the G-Spot a real thing? Is female ejaculate pee? How can I get my partner to squirt? What is the Vagus nerve? If you’d rather read about the G-Spot and Squirting, check out some summary notes from The New Sex Bible below: The G-Spot This sensitive area accessible through the upper wall of the vagina (toward the stomach) has enjoyed its share of controversy over the years. Dr. Beverly Whipple named the G-Spot after Dr. Ernst Grafenberg, M.D., who previously described it as a “distinct erotogenic zone” on the anterior vaginal wall along the urethra that responds to sexual stimulation. The G-Spot is an area marked by many sensitive nerve pathways, tissues and organs, but it is not a distinct entity, nor is it located inside of the vagina; Dr. Whipple clarifies that it can be felt through the vagina and when stimulated, the tissue begins to swell. As opposed to being a singular organ, it is believed that its sensitivity is connected to corollary stimulation of the female prostate (previously referred to as Skene’s glands), urethral sponge and inner clitoris. Remember that the G-Spot isn’t a distinct organ, but an area of the body that is associated with the release of fluids. Each woman’s experience with the G-Spot is unique and the degree of pleasure associated with this sensitive area can vary according to a number of factors including arousal levels and monthly cycle. I’ve heard women describe G-Spot stimulation as irritating, weird, neutral, tickling, euphoric, sensational and unbelievably titillating. The bottom line is that there is no right way to experience pleasure and no two bodies respond in the exact same way. Sex Tip From The Pros Though squirting isn’t a sideshow trick and not every woman will experience the same degree of ejaculation, you can encourage fluid expulsion by bearing down with your PC muscles. As you approach orgasm, take a few deep breaths as you “push out” with the muscles around your vagina. Relax and allow your body to respond naturally resting assured that the amount of liquid is not necessarily commensurate with your experience of pleasure. There seems to be a great deal of misinformation floating around about female ejaculation, but the expulsion of fluid from the urethra is a fairly well-documented phenomenon. Not only do early sexual texts including the Kama Sutra reference women’s ability to expel fluid during sex, but the latest research reveals that the skene’s glands, which are a part of the G-Spot and drain into the urethra, are homologous to the prostate gland in men. G-Spot ejaculation, like prostate ejaculation, is a sexually-induced reaction that may or may not coincide with orgasm. Mainstream porn may tout this “spraying” sensation as some sort of a sideshow trick, but in reality, the fluid expelled is usually less than a teaspoon in volume and doesn’t usually squirt across the room. Some women and their lovers are concerned that the fluid they discharge is urine, however, studies confirm that its contents are similar to male prostatic fluid. It has been found to contain prostatic-specific antigen, prostatic acid phosphatase, urea, creatinine, glucose and fructose. Some describe it as sweet tasting and others say that the taste is rather subdued. The concern with regard to urinating during sex can sometimes inhibit our sexual response and limit women’s experiences of pleasure with the G-Spot and ejaculation. The skene’s glands are embedded in the spongey tissue that surrounds the urethra between the vagina and the bladder. It is therefore common for women to feel as though they have to pee when the G-Spot is stimulated through the vagina or the abdominal wall. Many of us tense up, contract our pelvic floor muscles or cease stimulation altogether in reaction to this sens...
Learn how to squirt when masturbating alone AND during sex in today's episode. I'll explain how to squirt, why you may be having trouble squirting and I'll teach you techniques you or your man can use to have intense squirting orgasms. Show Highlights 2.25 - Why you must understand your own anatomy if you want to squirt. 3.00 - Exactly how to find your G Spot and learn why your Skene's gland is so important. 4.25 - Discover the scientific reason why some women have trouble squirting. 6.00 - A very simple, but vital secret you must know if you want to squirt. 7.40 - Why some women feel like they need to pee when trying to squirt AND why this is completely natural. 8.50 - The Hook technique is the best technique for squirting orgasms. Learn how to perform it. 9.35 - The Push the Button technique. 10.10 - How you or your man can use the Come Hither technique to experience squirting for the first time. 11.00 - Discover why the Arm Shaker technique often leads to the MOST POWERFUL squirting orgasms you can experience. 11.55 - Using sex toys like vibrators and dildos to make yourself squirt - What you need to know. 12.45 - How to squirt during sex. 13.30 - Positions that will help you squirt during sex. 15.45 - I answer some of the most frequently asked questions to problems that women often encounter when learning how to squirt. Show Notes The squirting article I talk about repeatedly in the podcast: http://badgirlsbible.com/how-to-make-yourself-squirt Other pages I mention: http://badgirlsbible.com/best-sex-positions http://badgirlsbible.com/masturbation-techniques
The genius is in brevity and this week proves it! Join Damian as he sits down for a brief, but awesome chat with the Hold Steady’s Craig Finn. Listen in as the two discuss hanging’ with the Blind Approach Crew, putting out 45s and guitar lessons with greatness. Also touched on: Being on Skene and AmRep The Rock ’80 Comp Playing tennis with a friend of the Replacements Going into the city Orfolkjokeopus become Treehouse going to see the Violent Femmes Going to the “TIM” release show Getting lessons from Chris… from the Suicide Commandos “Make A Record” Soul Asylum: a tale of two bands Outcry Blind Approach: pre-Madball St. Paul spikey punk Libido Boys: on stage with pogoballs The GBH comes to town with the Cro-Mags and it changes everything Craig’s first band No Pun Intended Boston’s pit’s way more violent Getting out of it and getting into AmRep Halo Of Flies and Tom Hazelmyer Drinking with Tom Dillinger Four: one of the best bands ever Buddy’s with Buddy from Assrash Youth Of Today/ Misery / Blind Approach Releasing your own record AND MORE!!!!!!
This week on the show Damian welcomes star of stage and screen Fred Armisen! Damian goes to the Portlandia set and takes the former drummer of Trenchmouth/ current Documentary Now star’s lunch hour away to talk NYHC. Listen in as Fred chats about going from learning about punk on Saturday Night Live to being on the show working Hardcore references in to sketches -The history we tell ourselves versus the history we lived -Seeing the B-52s on SNL -The Ramones not as perfect pivotal records -Meeting Kenny and getting into Hardcore -Meeting Gang Of Four -Forming the KGB -Everyone was from Long Island -From seeing Bow Wow Wow to the Dead Kennedys, loving everything. -“Bob Mould knows his fans.” -Mohawks and camo -Being more Husker Du than Replacements -The importance of the Bad Brains -What the fuck is up with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? -Forming Trenchmouth -Getting on the legendary Skene! Records -Moving to Chicago -Loving touring Canada -“On A Mission”: being frustrated with the lack of success -Only being able to listen to Pavement now. -Lovin’ DC and being half a Discord band -Carrie Brownstein crashing at the lead singer of Trenchmouth’s house years before you meet -Steve Albini -With comedy, everything came so much easier -G.E. Smith and punk -Fear on SNL and the camera smashing. -Who would be the band you would force SNL to have on when they have you back to host? -A punk rock breakdown of the Crisis Of Conformity sketch AND MORE!!!!!
En av de få personer som landsförvisats från Sverige hette Fredrik Olaus Nilsson och var baptist. Från tidigt 1600-tal blev det ett brott i Sverige att inte följa den svenska kyrkans tro, och man kunde straffas på olika sätt. Det allra vanligaste var dryga böter eller fängelse och en handfull personer i Sverige har också avrättats för sin tro. Men lagen gav ännu en möjlighet och det var landsförvisning. Det straffet drabbade inte så många. Men under de 250 åren som lagen fanns så förvisades ett 15-tal personer ut ur landet. Och det var framförallt personer som övergick till den katolska läran. Men när frikyrkorörelsen kom till under 1800-talet drabbades också den, inte minst Fredrik Olaus Nilsson som landförvisades 1851. Han föddes 1809 på Vendelsö vid den halländska kusten. Hans förutsättningar att klara sig i livet var inte så stora. Hans far drack och Fredrik Olaus lärde sig bara läsa hjälpligt eftersom han var tvungen att bidra till familjens försörjning. Göran Valinder i Göteborg, vars farföräldrar var medlemmar i en av de första baptistförsamlingarna, har forskat om F O Nilsson, som han kom att kallas. Den unge Fredrik Olaus gick till sjöss när han 19 och det var på havet några år senare hans tillvaro för alltid förändrades. På Vendelsö vid den halländska kusten föddes 1809 en liten gosse som fick heta Fredrik Olaus Nilsson. Hans förutsättningar att klara sig i livet var inte så stora. Han far drack och Fredrik Olaus lärde sig bara läsa hjälpligt eftersom han var tvungen att bidra till familjens försörjning. Men trots att starten i livet var kantad av svårigheter skulle Fredrik Olaus Nilsson senare bli en viktig person. Det var han som införde baptismen till Sverige. Fast det var ingen enkel sak eftersom tron var strikt reglerad i lag. Det gick så långt att Fredrik Olaus landsförvisades på grund av sin tro. Göran Valinder i Göteborg, vars farföräldrar ar medlemmar i en av de första baptistförsamlingarna i Göteborg, har forskat om Fredrik Olaus Nilssons liv. Han berättar att Fredrik Olaus gick till sjöss som ung, han var bara 19 år då han liksom sin far och farfar före honom, blev sjöman. Och det var på havet några år senare som den händelse inträffade som skulle förändra hans tillvaro för alltid. - Fredrik Olaus hade fått hyra på en amerikansk ångare som hamnade i sjönöd 1832 och som så ofta när sjömän hamnar i sjönöd så börjar de inse allvaret i livet och det kom till en vändpunkt för honom, berättar Göran Valinder, och fortsätter - Han själv uttryckte det som att han gick från mörker till ljus, och han engagerade sig som metodist. Efter den här livsomvälvande stormen kom Fredrik Olaus till New York, och under en tid missionerade han som metodist bland de svenska sjömännen där. Det var med sin religiösa omvändelse i ryggen som han kom hem till Sverige igen. Han fick ekonomiskt stöd från Metodistkyrkan i USA för att fortsätta att missionera bland sjömän i Göteborg och hela västra Sverige. Vid den här tiden växte baptiströrelsen fram i Amerika och Europa. Baptisterna hade en annan syn än den svenska statskyrkan i flera frågor, men det mest readikala skillnaden gällde synen på dopet. Dopet, menade baptisterna, skulle vara något som den vuxne valde att göra, ingenting som skulle utföras på spädbarn som inget kunde säga i saken. Och i Göteborg träffade nu Fredrik Olaus den man som skulle leda honom till baptismen. - Det var en annan göteborgare, en sjöman som hette Gustav Schröder. Han hade blivit baptist i Amerika. Men det var ingen snabb omvändning till baptism, understryker Valinder, utan Fredrik Olaus läste Bibeln noga och rannsakade sig själv. Till slut åkte han till Tyskland där han döptes i Elbe. Väl hemma igen bildade han Sveriges första baptistförsamling i Vallersvik i norra Halland. De första personer han döpte var sin hustru, sina bröder och några vänner. Fredrik Olaus Nilsson höll sig inte bara till församlingen i Vallersvik utan han åkte runt i hela västra Sverige och predikade i små möten. De kallas konventiklar, de här mötena där en grupp människor läser bibeln och ber ihop. Detta var förbjudet enligt lag. Redan 1726 hade det så kallade konventikelplakatet förbjudit den här sortens möten såvida det inte var en präst närvarande. Genom detta förbud skulle man hålla den evangeliska läran ren från främmande inslag. Vanliga människor skulle helt enkelt inte ge sig till att försöka tolka Bibeln eftersom de inte hade förstånd till det. Eller som det stod i lagen: Dock at de sig afhålla ifrån diupsinnige frågor och Läro-stridigheter som them enfaldigom äro för höga och kunna gifwa anledning till någon willfarelse. Nyårsdagen 1850 ställs allt på sin spets när Nilsson sitter med en grupp människor i ett hem i Berghem i Västergötland. Folk i trakten har fått reda på att mötet pågår och blivit uppretade. FO Nilsson som förde dagbok hela sitt vuxna liv berättar själv om vad som hände. Några av oss var samlade i broder A. Anderssons hus i Älfsborgs län i akt och mening att fira Herrens nattvard, medans vi höll på med att fira nattvarden blev vi plötsligt omringade av en stor hop pöbel, beväpna med störar, bössor, pistoler och svärd, de bröt sig in i huset och slog och sparkade mig hänsynslöst. Slutligen kastade de mig i en kärra, satte sig på mig och körde iväg mig under fasansfulla svordomar och hotelser, tills de komma till en gästgifaregård, där de stannade i två timmar och söp, de tvingade mig hela tiden att sitta kvar i kärran i den hårda kylan. Från närliggande byar hade samlats en stor massa pöblar som utspydde sina svordomar, hotelser och sarkasmer emot mig, under det de blåmultade mig med snöbollar. Slutligen fördes jag till häktet i Skene. Här låstes jag in i en cell som saknade både värme och säng. Hungrig och frusen fick jag smaka på vad det innebär att lida för Kristi skull. Nu startade en rättsprocess som skulle pågå stora delar av 1850. Till slut dömdes FO Nilsson i högsta instans till det straff som konventikelplakatet föreskrev som sista åtgärd för den som inte rättade sig efter kyrkans ordning – nämligen landsförvisning. Han är en av de ytterst få som drabbats sak av detta straff, trots att det var många som vände sig till väckelserörelserna under 1800-talets senare hälft. Men för det stora flertalet så gick det aldrig längre än till skarpa tillrättavisningar och böter. -Vad som skilde honom från andra var att när han var inför kungen och bad om nåd så erbjöd kungen honom nåd om han kunde lova att inte sprida sitt budskap, men han ville inte ge upp sitt uppdrag, han var en sann kolportör säger Göran Valinder. FO Nilsson åkte inte raka vägen till Amerika, utan tog sig först till Köpenhamn där det var tillåtet att vara baptist. Hans efterlämnade trosbröder i Sverige levde under ett hårt tryck, och efter några år var det en ganska stor grupp som bestämde sig för att ta sig till Amerika. De hörde av sig till FO Nilsson för att be honom att bli deras reseledare. 1853 i maj for de till Amerika. Väl framme i USA hamnade FO Nilsson efter ett tag i ett samhälle i Minnesota som heter Scania. Där lärde han känna en annan svensk immigrant, en man som hette Anders Pettersson när han växte upp i södra Östergötland, men som i det nya landet bytt namn till Andrew Peterson. Den mannen vet de flesta av oss rätt mycket om, det är nämligen hans dagböcker som ligger till grund för Vilhelm Mobergs utvandrarserie – Andrew var Karl-Oskar, helt enkelt. Åren i USA innebär mycket resande och predikande för Fredrik Olaus Nilsson, främst i svenskbygderna, och 1859 får han amerikanskt medborgarskap. Men redan året därpå, 1860, fick Fredrik Olaus Nilsson erbjudande om att bli den amerikanska baptistkyrkans missionär i Sverige. Så kom han hem igen, och nästan det första han gör på svensk mark är att delta i kapellinvigning i Kristianstad. Vid det tillfället fanns en person med som var journalist och som hjälpte FO Nilsson att skriva ihop en nådeansökan – vilken beviljades. Det som hade hänt saker i Sverige under tiden Nilsson varit i USA. Konventikelplakatet hade upphävts 1858, och nu kunde man alltså benåda Nilsson. Men det var fortfarande inte helt fritt att predika hur som helst, och de församlingar som bildades inom olika frikyrkor drabbades av hårda repressalier från kyrkan, och inte sällan av vanligt folks ilska. En avgörande faktor var klockslaget för predikan. När högmässotiden var inne för svenska kyrkan, då fick inga andra aktiviteter förekomma, och absolut inte några frikyrkliga sammankomster. -De främsta anklagelserna från kyrka och stat gällde hur baptisterna dyrka Gud på samma tid som andra kristna, säger Göran Valinder. Staten gav med sig med tiden, men kyrkan gjorde det inte, de ville straffa baptisterna. Den som inte nöjde sig med statens gudstjänster bara skulle få komma tillsammans på såda tidpunkter då krogar, barer, teatrar och cirkusbesökare hade sina sammankomster. Fredrik Olaus Nilsson och hans hustru återvände med tiden till USA, där han till slut dog 1881. Baptister i arkiven Här i Sverige finns många av F O Nilssons efterlämnade dokument samlade i ett arkiv i källaren på Bromma Folkhögskola. Där jobbar kyrkohistorikern Magnus Lindvall som arkivarie. Bland alla handlingar som finns i arkivet har han plockat fram ett litet nött blått skrivhäfte där de första baptisterna i F O Nilssons församling i Vallersvik noggrant noterade sina medlemmar i. - Och här står de upptecknade, de första som döptes, och det man kan se att många emigrerade. Mer än hälften av den här första församlingen emigrerade till Amerika, berättar Magnus Lindvall. - Det som är lite kuriosa är att jag hittade en annan förteckning över när de första församlingarna bildades, och det första dopet var ju den 21 september 1848, men någon har skrivit att församlingen bildades den 22 september. Det kan man förklara med att de gjorde dopet så sent på kvällen så att de inte skulle bli upptäckta, berättar Magnus Lindvall. I häftet med församlingsmedlemmarna kan man också se att flera uteslutits ur församlingen och Magnus Lindvall förklarar att de var ganska slutna i början bland annat för att skydda sig från de som ville dra församlingen i vanära. De hade vid den tiden en ganska sträng församlingstukt och det visade sig att det behövdes eftersom det kom in i baptistförsamlingarna och spred andra läror. Vartefter handlingar i arkivet gås igenom och läggs in i en databas återupptäcker Magnus Lindvall handlingar som legat glömda i årtionden. Ett sådant exempel är när de återfann den första trosbekännelsen för den första församlingen. - Den trodde vi gått förlorad, berättar Magnus Lindvall. När vi hittade det handskrivna originalet var det som julafton. Det som är intressant att länsa den första trosbekännelsen är att det är den första riktigt demokratiska "organisationen" i Sverige, för alla oavsett kön och ställning var sin röst. Och vid den tiden var det inte bara kvinnor som inte hade rösträtt utan också de som inte var bemedlade. - Så det här var ju naturligtvis något som var oerhört utmanande i det samhället. I det här arkivet finns mycket mer material från baptiströrelsens tidiga år. Till exempel från de första missionsresorna till Kongo i slutet av 1800- talet. Det var resor som inte bara handlade om att sprida baptismen, utan faktiskt också fick stor politisk betydelse. Vid den tiden var det den belgiske Kung Leopold den andre som personligen ägde landet och som med brutala metoder plundrade det på råvaror. Den första baptistmissionären som åkte till Kongo från Sverige hette Edvard Vilhelm Sjöblom och året var 1892. - E V Sjöblom var en av dom första som uppmärksammade det här internationellt. Han skrev artiklar till tidningar till Sverige, England, Schweiz och USA. Han var en av de som fick upp det här på bordet och som ledde till att Kung Leopold var tvungen att lämna ifrån sig landet. Många av E V Sjöbloms brev finns bevarad i arkivet och även hans dagboksanteckningar som även finns i ett nytryck, berättar Magnus Lindvall. Arkivet Baptistsamfundets och Svenska Missionskyrkans arkiv ligger i källaren på Bromma Folkhögskola, Åkeshovsvägen 29 i Bromma. Det har inga fasta öppettider utan besök sker efter överenskommelse med arkivarien Magnus Lindvall. Om Equmeniakyrkans arkiv. Gunilla Nordlund och Elisabeth Renström Uppläsare Patrik Paulsson och Peter Öberg firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian McKim is one half of the publishing tandem at sheckymagazine.com (his wife, and fellow stand-up Traci Skene is the other half). We talked with Brian in the bar at Hooter's Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas about the mag, comedy controversies, street jokes, and his and Traci's appearance on the last season of Last Comic Standing, among other things.
Man kan ju tro att folk blir glada när någon plogar bort all snö som kommit. Men på Sjuhäradsgatan i Skene är det annorlunda, där ligger villaområdet som blivit något av snöröjarnas skräck. Efter en längre tids öppet gräl mellan villaägare och snöröjare övergick det i måndags till handgripligt våld. Ni hör snöröjaren Conny Ryberg, som blev nedslagen i tjänsten, några av de boende i området, lyssnarnas reaktioner, och terapeuten och medlaren Jonas Gåde, känd från teveprogrammet Grannfejden. Reportrar Mikael Olmås, Jesper Ingevaldsson och Nicklas Malmberg.
Taliesin and the Death Song of Uther Pendragon In this our second music special, the New Year Music Special, we bring you some more great music as well as another poem from the Book of Taliesin. You'll hear moving folk music from Danny Quinn, Skully, Tiffany Apan, Anne Roos, Triflemore and Claymore, some wonderful Faery music from Tinkerscuss and Faeries Wear Boots. There's also some more rocking music from Orient Xpress. This episode we are proud to announce that Orient Xpress have allowed us to offer you their marvellous rocker, Ancient Hero, as a free download. Click the following link to download Ancient Hero now. Full show notes, details and Contributor pages over at our main Website at http://celticmythpodshow.com/newyearmusic2 Running Order: Intro 0:41 News & Views 1:27 Mr Monaghan's Magical Faery Dust by Faeries Wear Boots 3:30 Long Lankin by Tinkerscuss 8:18 Perfect by Triflemore 12:36 Mairi's Wedding by Anne Roos 17:08 The Death-Song of Uther Pendragon by Taliesin 20:20 Ancient Hero by Orient XPress 25:37 Scarborough Fair by Tiffany Apan 30:08 All Around My Hat by Skully 34:18 The Minstrel Boy by Danny Quinn 38:07 Buy Me a Beer by Claymore 40:31 Listener Feedback - Ariel 43:40 Promo - Druidic Craft of the Wise 44:47 We hope you enjoy it! Gary & Ruthie x x Released: 10th January 2009, 48m We love to hear from you! Please email email@example.com, or call us using Speakpipe News & Views We talk about the generous gift from Orient Xpress, their rocking song Ancient Hero and the demise of the superlative podcast, Deo's Shadow. Mr Monaghan's Magical Faery Dust by Faeries Wear Boots Born just weeks apart, with a mutual love of all things dark, gothic, shiny, folky, and fae, it was inevitable that Chrissie and Polly would eventually come together to form Faeries Wear Boots, a modern melting-pot of the darker elements of British and Irish folk music and lore with pretty tunes, driving beats, and of course, very big boots. Soon they were joined by Chrissie's father, Andrew, and (when he wasn't busy being a rock star) her brother Robby and the Faeries Wear Boots line up was complete... Described by one festival organizer as ‘faeries with attitude’, Faeries Wear Boots continue to go from strength to strength as they win over audiences with their captivating tunes and fantastical faerie attire. ... Already Faeries Wear Boots have been asked to support Scottish songstress Isla Sinclair, and have played alongside Pagan-Folk and Faery artists such as Omnia, Daughters of Gaia, The Dolmen, Wendy Rule and Elfin Spiral. You can find out more details about Faeries Wear Boots on their Website or on their Contributor Page on our website. Long Lankin by Tinkerscuss Tinkerscuss are sisters Erin and Bryony Holden who live in the north Gloucestershire village of Bourton-on-the-Water. They are renowned for songs that are dark and eerie along with the more traditional ‘Celtic’ pieces. The combination of Bryony's rich, resonant vocals and Erin's modal guitar style will enthral, bespell and wrap the listener in the mists of myth and legend. You can find out more details about Tinkerscuss on Myspace or on their Contributor Page on our website. Perfect by Triflemore Sometimes the impractical makes perfect sense… From the very first tune and lyric they combined, Triflemore knew they were on to something that fit. Though choosing to start a collaboration with an entire ocean in the way, meant even small tasks would require extra effort. It also meant having to challenge any existing theories that having to be in the same room is a pre-requisite to good songwriting. And well, many have been shocked to discover that their first album, Words from Notes, a haunting, well-intertwined voice and guitar duet, was written and recorded without ever having met in person. The impractical was achieved by using technology to deliver back and forth the ideas of two souls from two very different places. Susan Rhea, from small-town America, and Owen Goudie from the Shetland Islands, found their inherent differences irrelevant to the ability to seamlessly blend their musical thoughts. The result is a contemplation of emotions that create themes which are relevant to us all in our own way. By searching for tunes and lyrics to enlighten their own hearts, they’ve happened upon a way to make a difference by creating songs to briefly open windows that let us peer in behind the joys and often lingering sorrows of a life. In their song Goudfield, the question is asked “What would you say if words would last?” Triflemore will continue to answer this with each new song that finds it’s way into their hearts. This is their life’s journey. And, you could say, that as they continue to overcome the obstacles that the distance places before them, the impractical has become something they have learned to embrace because to them, nothing has ever made more sense….. You can find out more about Triflemore on their website or our Contributor page. Mairi's Wedding by Anne Roos Anne has graciously allowed us to play Mairi's Wedding which is a superb folk piece from her album, Haste to the Wedding. More details about Anne and these albums can be found on her Contributor page. Anne’s music repertoire spans traditional Celtic (Irish, Scottish, Welsh), English, folk, religious and secular, Early, Renaissance and classical music, to Broadway, contemporary, pop and Jazz, and is virtually unlimited. She can easily provide the traditional “Canon in D” and “Here Comes the Bride” for a wedding processional, and play classic Frank Sinatra or Metallica at a reception. Her ability to faithfully play such a broad range of musical styles has helped to establish her popularity. Visit Anne's website celtic harp music or find more details on her Contributor page. The Death Song of Uther Pendragon Sacred Texts The baby Taliesin from The Camelot Project From The Book of Taliesin on Sacred Texts, taken from the Four Ancient Books of Wales by William F. Skene. Ancient Hero by Orient XPress Orient Xpress is a transCaucasian Indie Guitar band with Azeri passion, Irish soul, Essex Blag, Polish spirit, and a whole heap of loveliness. The sort of band that a 15yo crazy will love but his mum will too (from their Myspace page). You can find out more about Orient Xpress on their Contributor page. Check out their free download of this song, Ancient Hero, which you can download from here. Scarborough Fair by Tiffany Apan Tiffany Apan has graciously allowed us to play you her ground-breaking version of Scarborough Fair from her album Poet. Tiffany's debut album ' Poet', was released on February 26, 2008. She recently wrapped up her 2008 'Poet' Tour and is booking for a 2009 Tour. She also returns to the studio soon to begin recording her second album. In 2008, she also founded Poets Labyrinth Productions with Jason English. You can find out more details about Tiffany on her website or on her Contributor Page on our website. All Around My Hat by Skully Skully has graciouslly allowed us to play his rousing version of the Steeleye Span classic, All Around My Hat from his album Irish Makeover. The vocals on this track are by Katie Murphy. "These are songs that have been performed and sung for generations", says Skully, "from the sean-nos singer beside a fire in an old thatched cottage to grand orchestrated versions, these songs have been passed down through the years". You can find out more details about Skully on Myspace or on their Contributor Page on our website. The Minstrel Boy by Danny Quinn Danny Quinn has been a performer of Irish & American folk music for nearly three decades. He has entertained throughout the U.S., Canada, Ireland and England at concerts, coffee houses, festivals, corporate events and pubs. Since 1979 he has shared the stage with or opened for renowned artists such as the Clancy Brothers, Tom Chapin, Peter Yarrow, Robbie O'Connell, the Makem & Spain Brothers, John Prine, David Mallett, Walt Michael, Eilleen Ivers, The Chieftains and many others. For over twenty years Danny toured nationally with the legendary Tommy Makem. Find out more about the Danny on his website, his Myspace page or on our Contributor Page. Buy Me A Beer by Claymore High-energy and committed!!! England born Chris, as well as Jim and Derrek like to enjoy ourselves, and like to get everybody around us to have a fun time, but we also are very dedicated musicians. Although it may seem like Claymore is just about jumping around and not appearing serious, all of us are committed to being the best at what each of us do. We have our regular drummer Don (Otto) Wilson out with us on most occasions also. We are truly passionate about the music. We are also very grateful for our family and friends, who come out or support us in many different ways. You can find out more details about Claymore on their website or on their Contributor Page on our website. Listener Feedback Ariel We read an email from Ariel from the Druidic Craft of the Wise. Promo - The Druidic Craft of the Wise Ariel The Druidic Craft of the Wise Lectures on witchcraft and spiritual development, based on the teachings of the Druidic Craft of the Wise. We, the Lance and Grail Coven, have been an active part of the neo-pagan movement since 1990. You can find out more details about the Drudic Craft of the Wise on their website or on the main DCW website. Get EXTRA content in the Celtic Myth Podshow App for iOS, Android & Windows Contact Us: You can leave us a message by using the Speakpipe Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Facebook fan-page http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow, Twitter (@CelticMythShow) or Snapchat (@garyandruth), Pinterest (celticmythshow) or Instagram (celticmythshow) Help Spread the Word: Please also consider leaving us a rating, a review and subscribing in iTunes or 'Liking' our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow as it helps let people discover our show - thank you :) If you've enjoyed the show, would you mind sharing it on Twitter please? Click here to post a tweet! Ways to subscribe to the Celtic Myth Podshow: Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Special Thanks For incidental music: Adragante, Les cordes de l'ame from les cordes de l'âme. See the Contributor Page for details. Diane Arkenstone The Secret Garden. See the Contributor Page for details. Kim Robertson, Angels in Disguise. See the Contributor Page for more details. Jigger, Time Ticks Away. See the Contributor Page for more details. For our Theme Music: The Skylark and Haghole, the brilliant Culann's Hounds. See their Contributor page for details. Additional Sources And, of course, the Awen - inspiration and imagination! Extra Special Thanks for Unrestricted Access to Wonderful Music (in Alphabetic order) Anne Roos Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of her masterful music to Anne Roos. You can find out more about Anne on her website or on her Contributor page. Caera Extra Special thanks go for permission to any of her evocative harping and Gaelic singing to Caera. You can find out more about Caera on her website or on her Contributor Page. Celia Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of her wonderful music to Celia Farran. You can find out more about Celia on her website or on her Contributor Page. Damh the Bard Extra Special thanks go to Damh the Bard for his permission to use any of his music on the Show. You can find out more about Damh (Dave) on his website or on his Contributor Page. The Dolmen Extra Special thanks also go to The Dolmen, for their permission to use any of their fantastic Celtic Folk/Rock music on the Show. You can find out more about The Dolmen on their website or on our Contributor page. Keltoria Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of their inspired music to Keltoria. You can find out more about Keltoria on their website or on their Contributor page. Kevin Skinner Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of his superb music to Kevin Skinner. You can find out more about Kevin on his website or on his Contributor page. Phil Thornton Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of his astounding ambient music to the Sonic Sorcerer himself, Phil Thornton. You can find out more about Phil on his website or on his Contributor Page. S.J. Tucker Extra Special thanks go to Sooj for her permission to use any of her superb music. You can find out more about Sooj on her website or on her Contributor page. Spiral Dance Extra Special thanks go for permission to use Adrienne and the band to use any of their music in the show. You can find out more about Spiral Dance on their website or on their Contributor page. Save
Come and share with us in our great Christmas Party! In this our first music special, we bring you some great music as well as a poem from the Book of Taliesin. You'll hear moving Irish music from Danny Quinn, Samantha Gillogly and the Logues, some ethereal Faery music from Karen Kay and Faeries Wear Boots. There's also some great rocking music from Orient Xpress, Thinker and Tinkerscuss. Full show notes, details and Contributor pages over at our main Website at http://celticmythpodshow.com/christmas2008 Running Order: Intro 0:41 News & Views 1:26 Da Day Dawn by Samantha Gillogly 3:50 Danny Boy by Danny Quinn 6:30 Midsummer Night's Dream by Karen Kay & Michael Tingle 9:38 King for a Thousand Years by Orient XPress 14:03 The Chair of Cerridwen by Taliesin 16:40 The Balefire Song by Tinkerscuss 20:28 This Song by Thinker 24:53 The Faery Dance by Faeries Wear Boots 30:04 Poitin Valley by The Logues 34:08 Listener Feedback - Caitlin 38:40 We hope you enjoy it! Gary & Ruthie x x Released: 3rd January 2009, 42m We love to hear from you! Please email email@example.com, or call us using Speakpipe News & Views We talk about a new Asatru pagan cemetery in Denmark and celebrate the anniversary of Tolkien's Birthday. Pop along and see the Tolkien Wiki for more details. Da Day Dawn by Samantha Gillogly Born in Los Angeles, violinist/violist/composer Samantha Gillogly began her musical training at age six on the island of Martha's Vineyard. Fluent in an extensive list of standard classical repertoire, from Adams to Zelenka, she is also an avid fan and performer of traditional and crossover music employing such styles as Celtic, Bluegrass, Gypsy and Scandinavian fiddle, as well as jazz and improvisation. When not practicing, performing, or composing, Gillogly’s off hours are spent writing fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and experimenting in painting, drawing and calligraphy. She is a published writer in multiple formats, and has been a contributing critic to The Green Man Review, an online arts and culture magazine. Her favorite culinary pursuit is brewing her infamous triple-espresso coffee, known to those who've dared taste it as "Viola Varnish". Gillogly performs on a French 1860 Charles Simonin violin. You can find out more about Samantha on Myspace or our Contributor Page. Danny Boy by Danny Quinn Danny Quinn has been a performer of Irish & American folk music for nearly three decades. He has entertained throughout the U.S., Canada, Ireland and England at concerts, coffee houses, festivals, corporate events and pubs. Since 1979 he has shared the stage with or opened for renowned artists such as the Clancy Brothers, Tom Chapin, Peter Yarrow, Robbie O'Connell, the Makem & Spain Brothers, John Prine, David Mallett, Walt Michael, Eilleen Ivers, The Chieftains and many others. For over twenty years Danny toured nationally with the legendary Tommy Makem. Find out more about the Danny on his website, his Myspace page or on our Contributor Page. Midsummer Night's Dream by Karen Kay & Michael Tingle Karen says: I live literally at the ends of the earth in magical mystical Cornwall. I love the sea and lush green nature. The stunning scenery inspires my music and meditations. I love to create and express myself using my voice. I hope you will enjoy my creations. She is also the editor and founder of Fae Magazine. A new magazine for faery fans in the UK, rest of Europe and around the faery world! You can find out more about Karen on her website, Michael on his website or our Contributor Page. King for a Thousand Years by Orient XPress Orient Xpress is a transCaucasian Indie Guitar band with Azeri passion, Irish soul, Essex Blag, Polish spirit, and a whole heap of loveliness. The sort of band that a 15yo crazy will love but his mum will too (from their Myspace page). You can find out more about Orient Xpress on their Contributor page. The Chair of Cerridwen Sacred Texts From The Book of Taliesin on Sacred Texts, taken from the Four Ancient Books of Wales by William F. Skene. The Balefire Song by Tinkerscuss Tinkerscuss are sisters Erin and Bryony Holden who live in the north Gloucestershire village of Bourton-on-the-Water. They are renowned for songs that are dark and eerie along with the more traditional ‘Celtic’ pieces. The combination of Bryony's rich, resonant vocals and Erin's modal guitar style will enthral, bespell and wrap the listener in the mists of myth and legend. You can find out more details about Tinkerscuss on Myspace or on their Contributor Page on our website. This Song by Thinker Thinker are a 3-piece folk-indie band from the South of the UK. They call themselves folk-indie, but only because they are acoustic led and have a fiddle; in reality it is difficult to categorise music which draws on Irish, English, Punk and Indie influences. Over the past year they have played across the South coast, from London to Cornwall, playing many festivals in the Summer, and with friends and acts like 3 Daft Monkeys. With a growing following and reputation for song writing, musicianship and performance, Thinker are keen to build on their achievements, and bring their music to audiences old and new in 2009. You can find out more details about Thinker on Myspace or on their Contributor Page on our website. The Faery Dance by Faeries Wear Boots Born just weeks apart, with a mutual love of all things dark, gothic, shiny, folky, and fae, it was inevitable that Chrissie and Polly would eventually come together to form Faeries Wear Boots, a modern melting-pot of the darker elements of British and Irish folk music and lore with pretty tunes, driving beats, and of course, very big boots. Soon they were joined by Chrissie's father, Andrew, and (when he wasn't busy being a rock star) her brother Robby and the Faeries Wear Boots line up was complete... Described by one festival organizer as ‘faeries with attitude’, Faeries Wear Boots continue to go from strength to strength as they win over audiences with their captivating tunes and fantastical faerie attire. ... Already Faeries Wear Boots have been asked to support Scottish songstress Isla Sinclair, and have played alongside Pagan-Folk and Faery artists such as Omnia, Daughters of Gaia, The Dolmen, Wendy Rule and Elfin Spiral. You can find out more details about Faeries Wear Boots on their Website or on their Contributor Page on our website. Poitin Valley by The Logues The Logues began some time at the start of 2006 when 'Bobby' (Banjo/Guitar) was pissed in one of Castlederg’s finest drinking establishments, the Town House, and for some reason thought it would be a good idea to book a non-existent, nameless band with no members for St. Paddy's day. The incident went forgotten in his mind until a couple of weeks before St. Paddy's day when it was too late to back out. He rounded the rest of us up without much fuss, having known each other from school, and we started practicing on the 16h of March. The next day went surprisingly well and we haven’t stopped since. We also needed a band name so we named ourselves after our bass/singer/tin whistler, Justin Logue, like a culchie Bon Jovi. I suppose you could call it Irish folk rock or as I prefer, drinking music, or music you could punch your mother to. Either way we hope you enjoy our stuff. We’re currently recording an album and will be hitting your local in the next year or two. You can find out more details about Faeries Wear Boots on their Myspace page or on their Contributor page on this website. Listener Feedback Caitlin We read an email from Caitlin from Indiana. Get EXTRA content in the Celtic Myth Podshow App for iOS, Android & Windows Contact Us: You can leave us a message by using the Speakpipe Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Facebook fan-page http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow, Twitter (@CelticMythShow) or Snapchat (@garyandruth), Pinterest (celticmythshow) or Instagram (celticmythshow) Help Spread the Word: Please also consider leaving us a rating, a review and subscribing in iTunes or 'Liking' our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow as it helps let people discover our show - thank you :) If you've enjoyed the show, would you mind sharing it on Twitter please? Click here to post a tweet! Ways to subscribe to the Celtic Myth Podshow: Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Special Thanks For incidental music: II. Largo from CONCERTO GROSSO MOTO PERPETUO pour 2 Violons, Cello Orchestre by Tavola Rustica See the Contributor Page page for more details. Diane Arkenstone The Secret Garden. See the Contributor Page for details. Kim Robertson, Angels in Disguise. See the Contributor Page for more details. Jigger, Time Ticks Away. See the Contributor Page for more details. For our Theme Music: The Skylark and Haghole, the brilliant Culann's Hounds. See their Contributor page for details. Additional Sources And, of course, the Awen - inspiration and imagination! Extra Special Thanks for Unrestricted Access to Wonderful Music (in Alphabetic order) Anne Roos Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of her masterful music to Anne Roos. You can find out more about Anne on her website or on her Contributor page. Caera Extra Special thanks go for permission to any of her evocative harping and Gaelic singing to Caera. You can find out more about Caera on her website or on her Contributor Page. Celia Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of her wonderful music to Celia Farran. You can find out more about Celia on her website or on her Contributor Page. Damh the Bard Extra Special thanks go to Damh the Bard for his permission to use any of his music on the Show. You can find out more about Damh (Dave) on his website or on his Contributor Page. The Dolmen Extra Special thanks also go to The Dolmen, for their permission to use any of their fantastic Celtic Folk/Rock music on the Show. You can find out more about The Dolmen on their website or on our Contributor page. Keltoria Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of their inspired music to Keltoria. You can find out more about Keltoria on their website or on their Contributor page. Kevin Skinner Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of his superb music to Kevin Skinner. You can find out more about Kevin on his website or on his Contributor page. Phil Thornton Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of his astounding ambient music to the Sonic Sorcerer himself, Phil Thornton. You can find out more about Phil on his website or on his Contributor Page. S.J. Tucker Extra Special thanks go to Sooj for her permission to use any of her superb music. You can find out more about Sooj on her website or on her Contributor page. Spiral Dance Extra Special thanks go for permission to use Adrienne and the band to use any of their music in the show. You can find out more about Spiral Dance on their website or on their Contributor page. Save
Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2020.04.13.035386v1?rss=1 Authors: Thrupp, N., Sala Frigerio, C., Wolfs, L., Skene, N. G., Poovathingal, S., Fourne, Y., Matthews, P. M., Theys, T., Mancuso, R., de Strooper, B., Fiers, M. Abstract: Single nucleus RNA-Seq (snRNA-Seq) methods are used as an alternative to single cell RNA-Seq methods, as they allow transcriptomic profiling of frozen tissue. However, it is unclear whether snRNA-Seq is able to detect cellular state. Indeed, snRNA-Seq analyses of human brain samples have failed to detect a consistent microglial activation signature in Alzheimer's Disease. A comparison of microglia from single cells and single nuclei of four human subjects reveals that ~1% of genes is depleted in nuclei compared to whole cells. This small population contains 18% of genes previously implicated in microglial activation, including APOE, CST3, FTL, SPP1, and CD74. We confirm our findings across multiple previous single nucleus and single cell studies. Given the low sensitivity of snRNA-Seq to this population of activation genes, we conclude that snRNA-Seq is not suited to detecting cellular activation in microglia in human disease. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info