Auspicious Plastic is a podcast about ‘objects’ that bring meaning to our lives, and make us happy. Presented and produced by broadcaster MEGAN SPENCER, guests discuss the things in their lives that are precious to them, and how and why that might be – especially those made of plastic and/or of the Tupperware variety! Episodes released monthly.
The Stand and Deliver Comedy Club is based in Reading above Smoking Billy's Rib House. We bring you featured headliners from the professional circuit bolstered by the finest new and untapped talent. Join comedian and club owner Rhodders as he chats to some of the acts that have played the night or who he had met on his comedy journey. More info on the comedy club- https://www.facebook.com/standanddelivercomedynight/ Follow Rhodders @rhodders Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/thisisrhodders
Outdoor Radio takes you outside to explore and uncover some of the mysteries of our natural world. This monthly feature is produced in collaboration with the Vermont Center for EcoStudies in Woodstock, Vermont, and is hosted by biologists Kent McFarland and Sara Zahendra.
In February 1974, a radical organization called the SLA shocked America with the kidnapping of 19-year-old heiress Patricia Hearst. But within weeks, the young woman known to the world as "Patty" would do something even more disturbing: She would join her captors in their violent crimes. It created a chilling question that still divides America today: Was Patty Hearst a victim of brainwashing, or did this California college student willingly become an armed terrorist? With help from expert analysts, this CNN podcast re-examines the evidence. For more on the Patty Hearst kidnapping, watch CNN's "The Radical Story of Patty Hearst" on Sundays at 9 p.m. beginning February 11.
Conversations with People Who Hate Me takes negative conversations online and turns them into productive conversations offline. As a writer and video maker who focuses on social justice issues, Dylan Marron receives a lot of negative messages on the internet. In this new podcast he calls some of the folks who wrote them to ask one simple question: why? What follows is a complicated and sometimes hilarious navigation of two strangers getting to know each other. New episodes return on April 2, 2018. Produced by Night Vale Presents, the people who brought you Welcome to Night Vale, Alice Isn't Dead, Within the Wires, and The Orbiting Human Circus (of the Air).
Creative Tension gives a voice to people and periods of struggle, forgotten by history. Rev. Elliott Robinson, JD, MDiv guides listeners on the first stop on this journey, “The Jim Crow Years.” With a mixture of interviews, archival audio and group discussions, Creative Tension takes an in-depth look into the messiness of American History and the search for social justice.
Creative Tension is made possible thru the support of the John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History and Culture at Duke University and their Behind the Veil Oral History Project.