Yolande, 82 ans, est esthéticienne. Depuis 50 ans qu’elle arrache des bandes de poils, elle a vu les maillots s’échancrer et, avec eux, les corps se libérer. Mais s’épiler entièrement le sexe et la raie des fesses, est-ce vraiment une libération ? Et au fait, pourquoi on s'épile ? Ou pour qui ? Pauline Boulet a posé son micro entre les cuisses des clientes et la marmite de cire chaude. Enregistrements : octobre 17 - Mise en ondes & mix : Arnaud Forest - Réalisation : Pauline Boulet
After a salesman at Oakland’s Lake Merritt disappears, journalist Tammerlin Drummond investigates what happened to him. Video used in story provided by user ritchhazel on YouTube. Producer: Adizah Eghan Original Score: Renzo Gorrio
Il y a des sons qui relaxent, il y a des sons qui énervent... et à mi-chemin entre les deux, il y a l'ASMR. Il s'agit de craquements, glissements et autres chuchotements censés provoquer du plaisir, de l'excitation, voire un orgasme. Les adeptes comme les vidéos se comptent par millions. Le plaisir par l'oreille ? Ce n'est plus un fantasme, c'est une réalité. Sex and sounds, le podcast de Maïa Mazaurette, tous les mardis. Enregistrements : 05 novembre 17 - Mixage : Samuel Hirsch - Texte & voix : Maïa Mazaurette
When the governor hired Barton to be his speechwriter, Barton thought his words would make a difference. Then he got back some edits. You can watch the full version of the governor’s press conference here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLUTvOo5vR8 Barton Swaim’s memoir is called the Speechwriter. Check it out: http://books.simonandschuster.com/The-Speechwriter/Barton-Swaim/9781476769929 Producer: Joe Rosenberg Sound Design: Renzo Gorrio
On the next Snap Judgment... "Man on a Mission." Lead, follow or get out of the way. Amazing stories that will not be denied.
What happens when sounds exist inside your head? How do you cope with an internal soundtrack from which you can’t escape and only you can hear? These questions are explored in White Noise, a new Documentary On One production that investigates the mysterious world of people who suffer from tinnitus and the impact it has on their lives. Tinnitus, currently an incurable condition, is the experience of hearing sounds in the brain that don’t have an external source. According to documentary maker Orla Higgins, ‘One in ten of the Irish population have tinnitus and one in a hundred people are seriously affected by it. These figures are also reflected internationally where it is estimated that over 300 million people have the condition which can have a debilitating effect on people’s work, their relationships and how they live their lives with this secret symphony going on in their heads.’ Higgins was prompted to make the documentary when she herself was diagnosed with tinnitus almost two years ago. ‘I began to notice an intermittent sound in my head that, over time, became a constant presence. You’ll hear tinnitus sufferers talk about ‘their sound’ and mine resembles stormtrooper boots marching on loose gravel, if you can imagine that. Then I began to wonder who else had it and how could they cope with the unwelcome and unnerving sounds in their heads without it driving them over the edge?’ She collaborated with RTÉ producer Kevin Bew, who also suffers from the condition, to recreate the sounds of the tinnitus experience and explore the science surrounding it. Tinnitus sufferers hear a wide variety of these sounds from whines, crackles and whooshes to static, dentist drills and pounding jackhammers. Higgins explains that one of the challenges is that we can’t understand what people with tinnitus are going through unless we have experienced it ourselves. With this in mind, the documentary takes an innovative approach to the subject by placing the listener in the position of someone with the condition. A group of volunteers worked with sound designer Damian Chennells and Audiologist Tasso Papadopoulos from DeafHear (an Irish charity that provides services to people with hearing loss) to recreate these phantom sounds for the audience. There is no agreed cause and no agreed cure for the condition and the documentary tells the story of Sean O’Reilly whose life was turned upside down in the space of a week with the onset of sudden and unexplained tinnitus. It explores his journey of recovery as he works to reclaim his life. Fortunately, the vast majority of people manage to eventually adjust to these phantom sounds they hear but sometimes catastrophic tinnitus takes its toll. It becomes too much for some and the listener hears from the letter written by Welshman James Ivor Jones who was driven to take his own life because of his tinnitus in 2015. Along the way the listener also gets an insight in to the weird and wonderful world of the brain and the hearing senses from David Baguley, Professor of Hearing Sciences at the University of Nottingham. A lot of people with tinnitus, once diagnosed, are left to develop an understanding and way of coping by themselves and this proves to be one of the biggest obstacles to recovery. ‘There is no agreed cure at the moment’, says Kevin Brew, ‘but we take a look at the different ways people can cope with the condition. We also hear from ENT consultant Brendan Conlon about some ground-breaking Irish research currently taking place at St. James Hospital, Dublin that might hopefully form part of the answer when it comes to a cure in the future.’
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In the 1970s, thousands of Vietnamese refugees were left on the remote Anambas Islands in Indonesia. They were stranded without food, water, and shelter, forced to survive off the land. Now, almost 40 years later, one woman wants to go back to those distant islands, one last time. Snap Judgment: Return to Kuku Island Gallery: https://imgur.com/hIaOcZl Thank you so much to Carina Hoang. Carina is a Special Representative for Australia for UNHCR. Check out her book, “Boat People: Personal Stories from the Vietnamese Exodus 1976-1996,” available in both English and Vietnamese. http://carinahoang.com/ https://www.amazon.com/Boat-People-Personal-Vietnamese-1975-1996/dp/0825306906 Carina is now filming a new Australian Broadcasting Corporation TV series, “The Heights." Be sure to check it out. Our heartfelt thanks to Tony Luu; his mother Truong On, his brother, Daniel, and the rest of the Luu family. Thanks to the Outside Podcast from Outside Magazine, where you can also hear this show. Also, check Public Radio International’s The World for a shorter version of this audio story. This story would not have been possible without the generous support of the International Women’s Media Foundation.
مذكرات الولد الشقي المؤلف : محمود السعدني التقديم: الفنان عبد الرحمن أبو زهرة يقول كامل الشناوي عن محمود السعدني: (يخطئ من يظن أن السعدني سليط اللسان فقط .. إنه سليط العقل والذكاء أيضاً) . هنا يستمع المتلقي بمذكرات السعدني التي تجمع بين مغامرات الحياة اليومية والمغامرات الفكرية في الصحافة وما مرّ به من مآزق وعن الذي هذه المذكرات يقول: (رغم الظلام الذي اكتنف حياتي، ورغم البؤس الذي كان دليلي وخليلي إلا أنني لست آسفاً على شيئ ، فلقد كانت تلك الأيام حياتي). رحلة في عالم الحياة والصحافة إلى كل مهتم ومتابع .
Pilot Episode. A new dog park opens in Night Vale. Carlos, a scientist, visits and discovers some interesting things. Seismic things. Plus, a helpful guide to surveillance helicopter-spotting. Weather: "These and More Than These" by Joseph Fink Music: Disparition, disparition.info Logo: Rob Wilson, silastom.com Produced by Commonplace Books. Written by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. More Info: welcometonightvale.com, and follow @NightValeRadio on Twitter or Facebook.
The story of The Mirage, the famous undercover Chicago Sun bar, as told by two reporters posing as bartenders. Pam Zekman currently works as an investigative reporter for CBS 2 Chicago. You can find Zay Smith’s book about The Mirage, his humor column and a his novel, at zaysmith.com. A previous version of this story incorrectly referred to the Chicago Sun-Time’s collaborator as the Better Business Bureau. It was the Better Government Association Producers: Joe Rosenberg and Anna Sussman Original Score: Leon Morimoto
Dylan Evans had hit a wall. Life was becoming too routine, too mundane. So he did something very few of us would do to change that. For more, check out Dylan Evan’s book: The Utopia Experiment http://www.amazon.com/The-Utopia-Experiment-Dylan-Evans/dp/1447261321 Producer: Nancy Lopez Sound design: Pat Mesiti-Miller
In the 60’s, space exploration was an American obsession. This hour of Radiolab, charting the path from romance to increasing cynicism. We begin with Ann Druyan, widow of Carl Sagan, with a story about the Voyager expedition, true love, and a golden record that travels through space. And astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson explains the Coepernican Principle, and just how insignificant we are.
Everyone thought you were missing, maybe even dead. And now you’re back. Performed by Ed Herbstman, Ben Jones, Christian Paluck, Chet Siegel, Louis Kornfeld, Amy Warren, and Asher Herbstman. The story was developed collaboratively by The Truth, with dialogue improvised by the actors. Produced by Jonathan Mitchell.
What would be a cool song for babies, and for those who take care of them ? An original creation by French pop-folk musician Julie B. Bonnie, recorded and mixed while she was invited in our studio for a three-days residence at ARTE Radio. Enregistrements : 11 & 12 novembre 10 - Guitare, basse : Samuel Hirsch - Violon, guitare, voix : Julie Bonnie - Mix : Samuel Hirsch - Réalisation : Julie Bonnie & Samuel Hirsch - Production : http://arteradio.com Violoniste et chanteuse rock (Forguette mi Note, Cornu, albums en solo produits par Kid Loco), Julie B. Bonnie travaille dans le civil comme auxiliaire de puériculture auprès des nouveaux-nés. Invitée en résidence au studio d'ARTE Radio, elle compose et joue avec Samuel Hirsch une chanson originale pour les premiers instants de la vie. Basse, guitare, violon, voix : Music for Babies. Download : http://bit.ly/No2y8s
"Life will try to take you out itself...When I look back at this situation, people don't even know that I go through the s**t that I go through." Producers: Whit Missildine & Lisa Zaid - thisisactuallyhappening.org Instagram: @actuallyhappening Music: "Wake Up" - Spuntic This Is Actually Happening Team: Whit Missildine, Lisa Zaid and Ryan Black Sponsor: HelloFresh.com. Listeners to This Is Actually Happening get $30 off at HelloFresh.com when you enter the promo code: actually30. Outro Music: "The Moon is Down" - El Diablo & Adam Schraft (Rojo y Negro)@eldiablosf @rojo-y-negro www.eldiablobass.com/
"No one can even understand. You can't measure the magnitude of that pain. You can't measure the pain that we went through." Producer: Whit Missildine thisisactuallyhappening.com Instagram: @actuallyhappening Intro Music: "Illabye" - Tipper Music Bed: "Cylinder Four" - Chris Zabriskie; "Water" - Johannes Welsch Outro Music: "The Moon is Down" - El Diablo & Adam Schraft (Rojo y Negro) @eldiablosf @rojo-y-negro www.eldiablobass.com/
Dylan Evans had hit a wall. Life was becoming too routine, too mundane. So he did something very few of us would do to change that. For more, check out Dylan Evan’s book: The Utopia Experiment Producer: Nancy Lopez Sound design: Pat Mesiti-Miller
An all new season of Spooked, the podcast, is dropping early August. In this episode, we’re featuring some of our favorite stories from Spooked, season one.