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  • Across the Desert and the Sea
    Reveal
    50:35
    News & Politics
    213

    African migrants fleeing persecution or seeking opportunity often end up in Libya, where they are tortured and trafficked. Many try to escape to Europe, only to be intercepted at sea and returned to Libya. On this episode of Reveal, we bring you one reporter’s dispatch from a treacherous migrant rescue operation and explore how Europe’s immigration policy is helping Libyan warlords. Don’t miss out on the next big story. Get the Weekly Reveal newsletter today at revealnews.org/newsletter

  • 126 - A Door Ajar Part 3
    NightValeRadio
    25:15
    Storytelling
    2,595

    There's been an entire ocean in Old Town Night Vale. This episode was co-written with Brie Williams. Weather: “Clockwork Family” by Dan Warren. soundcloud.com/danwarren Night Vale Presents Birthday Party, June 8th at the Bell House in New York City. Tickets on sale Friday, April 20. http://www.welcometonightvale.com/live Final “ALL HAIL” tour dates happening right now in the U.S. and Canada. http://www.welcometonightvale.com/live Brand new stickers, Night Vale Community College t-shirts, and more in our store. https://topatoco.com/collections/wtnv Music: Disparition http://disparition.info Logo: Rob Wilson http://robwilsonwork.com Written by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. http://welcometonightvale.com Follow us on Twitter @NightValeRadio or Facebook. Produced by Night Vale Presents. http://nightvalepresents.com

  • 12 - The Candidate
    NightValeRadio
    23:32
    86,477

    The search for a dangerous fugitive finally comes to an end, but he's gaining some unexpected popularity. Plus, what to do about those noisy sunsets, City Council rejects "breath entitlements," and more issues with Santa Claus at the Night Vale mall. Weather: "The Brightness" by Anais Mitchell. anaismitchell.com 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.

  • 15 - Street Cleaning Day
    NightValeRadio
    23:02
    82,035

    Today is Street Cleaning Day, and the street cleaners will soon be upon us. Remain calm, and run away screaming. Plus, new music trends from Dark Owl Records, the crackdown on wheat & wheat by-product speakeasies, and we take a look at clouds. Weather: "A Little Irony" by Tom Milsom. tommilsom.bandcamp.com 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.

  • On The Podcast: Where No One Should Go / Snap Judgment, "The Return"
    Snap Judgment
    16:13
    Storytelling
    23,597

    In the desert of northern South Africa you come across a little puddle. If you dive down into that puddle, at the bottom there is a slot. This is the entrance to third largest freshwater cave in the world. This is where the adventure begins. Producer: Julia DeWitt List of songs used in this story and episode available here: http://snapjudgment.org/song-list-snap-416-return

  • 28 - Summer Reading Program
    NightValeRadio
    24:54
    67,161

    The Library's Summer Reading Program has begun, sending the town into a panic. Plus, a tough new mandate from the City Council, a list of useful things, and changes afoot in the Freemasons. This episode was co-written with Ashley Lierman. Weather: “You and I Belong” by Simone Felice. Find out more at simonefelice.com. Music: Disparition, disparition.info. Logo: Rob Wilson, silastom.com.  Produced by Commonplace Books. Written by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. More Info: commonplacebooks.com, and follow @NightValeRadio on Twitter or like us on Facebook.

  • 14 - The Man in the Tan Jacket
    NightValeRadio
    24:19
    84,242

    A stranger comes to town with a briefcase and an unmemorable face. Plus, controversy with the Daily Journal, another segment of Children's Fun Fact Science Corner, and new security footage from the bowling alley. Weather: "Movement 1: Invocation of the Duke" by daKAH Hip Hop Orchestra. myspace.com/dakah 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.

  • 121 - A Story of Love and Horror, Part 1: "Barks"
    NightValeRadio
    20:35
    Comedy
    0

    A story of love and horror. Part 1 of 3. Weather: "Riches and Wonders" by Eliza Rickman & Jherek Bischoff http://elizarickman.com/ & http://jherekbischoff.com ADDED USA TOUR DATES of "All Hail" (Apr 2018). Plus shows in Australia (Feb 2018) http://welcometonightvale.com, click on live shows Music for this episode: Joseph Fink http://josephfink.bandcamp.com Music for other episodes: Disparition http://disparition.info Logo: Rob Wilson http://robwilsonwork.com Written by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. http://welcometonightvale.com Follow us on Twitter @NightValeRadio or Facebook. Produced by Night Vale Presents. http://nightvalepresents.com

  • Memory and Forgetting
    Radiolab
    59:01
    Radio
    130,761

    This hour of Radiolab, a look behind the curtain of how memories are made...and forgotten. Remembering is an unstable and profoundly unreliable process--it’s easy come, easy go as we learn how true memories can be obliterated, and false ones added. And Oliver Sacks joins us to tell the story of an amnesiac whose love for his wife and music transcend his 7-second memory.

  • 16 - The Phone Call
    NightValeRadio
    24:52
    86,528

    Cecil receives a cryptic phone call from someone who is very close. Plus, a new business plan at the Daily Journal, an important list from the Sheriff's Secret Police, and improvements at the public library. Weather: "Those Days Are Gone and My Heart is Breaking" by Barton Carroll. bartoncarroll.com 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.

  • Different: Stories about standing out in a crowd
    The Story Collider
    27:19
    558

    This week, we present two stories about being different, and the ways our differences can become our strengths. Part 1: Growing up, Amanda Gorman is determined to eliminate her speech impediment. Part 2: An aspiring scientist brought up in a family of artists, Elisa Schaum feels like a black sheep. Called the "next great figure of poetry in the US," 19-year-old Amanda Gorman is the first ever Youth Poet Laureate of the United States of America and a Moth GrandSLAM champion. Her first poetry book, "The One For Whom Food Is Not Enough," was published in 2015. A Harvard sophomore, she has worked as a U.N. Youth Delegate in New York City, a HERlead Fellow with girl leaders in D.C. and London, and an Ambassador for the feminist platform School of Doodle. She has been featured in the New York Times, The Boston Globe, and Teen Vogue. At 16, she founded the community project One Pen One Page, which promotes storytelling and youth activism. An oceanographer turned evolutionary biologist, Elisa Schaum investigates what makes some phytoplankton populations better at evolving under climate change than others. She does this because phytoplankton are breathtakingly beautiful, and because they pretty much rule the world: they produce half of the oxygen that we breathe, fuel food-webs and their activities determine whether the oceans can take up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. She is just now coming to the end of a position as an associate research fellow at the University of Exeter’s Satellite Campus for Strange People (more formally known as Penryn Campus), and is about to start a junior professorship at the University of Hamburg. Her life pre-science involved a lot of music and dancing. She also likes to write fairly horrific poetry (or, preferably, read splendid poetry) in her free time. Originally from Belgium, she has lived and worked in the Netherlands, Germany, France, South Africa, Italy, New Zealand and the UK.

  • 19B - The Sandstorm
    NightValeRadio
    24:09
    94,279

    A dangerous sandstorm threatens Desert Bluffs. Plus, baseball opening day, a look at financial news, and Kevin finds himself in a strange new place. Weather: "Eliezer's Waltz" composed by Larry Cardozo and Ron Fink, and performed by The Ventura Klezmer Band venturaklezmerband.com Music: Joseph Fink Logo: Sarah Melville, sleepingbasiliskdesign.blogspot.com Produced by Commonplace Books. Written by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Kevin R. Free. More Info: welcometonightvale.com, and follow @NightValeRadio on Twitter or Facebook.

  • ملخص كتاب اقرأ - موقع الوراق
    DrSajed
    14:31
    12,946
  • The Female Orgasm
    WSTheWhyFactor
    17:53
    10,988

    Why don’t we understand how the female orgasm works? After years of scientific research, the male body is understood but when it comes to how women work, we are a long way behind. Why is there this gap in knowledge? It appears research has been hindered by the assumption that the female body works in the same way as the male body and that for women, arousal is all in the mind. There’s also a general attitude that studying sexual pleasure isn’t important and that female orgasms aren’t important to study as they serve no purpose for reproduction. Researchers are slowly correcting these assumptions and making surprising discoveries. We’ll take you behind the scenes to two orgasm labs to bring you the latest research on how orgasms work for women. We’ll also hear from Callista, who struggled with excruciating pain during sex for many years but was told the problem was all in her mind. Her journey to diagnosis shows how little is known, even amongst gynaecologists and doctors, about female sexual pleasure. Presenter: Aasmah Mir Producer: Phoebe Keane (Image: Woman's hand grasping a bed sheet. Credit: Shutterstock) Published on December 2, 2016.

  • 21 - A Memory of Europe
    NightValeRadio
    29:53
    81,702

    Springtime brings with it pleasant memories of a long ago trip to Europe. Plus, exciting news about the end of the world and important information about spiders. Weather: "Sni Bong" by Dengue Fever. denguefevermusic.com 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.

  • 26 - Faceless Old Woman
    NightValeRadio
    24:57
    61,229

    There is a faceless old woman secretly living in your home, and she has something she needs to say. Plus, former intern Dana is still alive and texting us from the forbidden Dog Park, Community Health Tips, and an update on the kittens. Guest voice: Mara Wilson (marawilsonwritesstuff.com) Weather: "Long Gone" by Mary Epworth, maryepworth.com 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.

  • End of the Line
    Selected Shorts
    58:24
    Storytelling
    1,102

    Guest host Jane Kaczmarek introduces four tales about taking things to extremes. She reads Jack Handey's comic tale of life after "Apocalypse." In “Encounters with Unexpected Animals” by Bret Anthony Johnston, a father worries about his son's girlfriend. Kirsten Vangsness reads. Pablo Schreiber brings an imaginative young boy to life in Roald Dahl's "The Wish.” In “Indianapolis (Highway 74)” by Sam Shepard, a solitary man encounters an old flame.

  • Episode 46: Tiger
    CriminalShow
    19:44
    Podcast
    0

    There are more tigers in captivity in America than wild tigers in the entire world. The exact number of captive tigers in this country isn't known, because many of them live in people's backyards or unaccredited zoos, and the legality of their ownership varies widely by state and even by circumstance. We travelled to Louisiana to see a 550-pound Siberian-Bengal tiger who lives at a truck stop, and the man who's fought very hard to persuade Louisiana lawmakers he's not a criminal. We're a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX, a curated network of extraordinary, story-driven shows. Learn more at radiotopia.fm. Say hello on Twitter @criminalshow or Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisIsCriminal/

  • 124 - A Door Ajar Part 1
    NightValeRadio
    25:08
    Storytelling
    6,527

    There's been a drowning at the Pancake House. This episode was co-written with Brie Williams. Weather: “Lake Full of Regrets” by Devine Carama featuring River Greene and Devin Roberts from the album Kingtucky. https://devinecarama.bandcamp.com ADDED USA TOUR DATES of "All Hail" (Apr 2018). http://welcometonightvale.com, click on live shows Music: Disparition http://disparition.info Logo: Rob Wilson http://robwilsonwork.com Written by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. http://welcometonightvale.com Follow us on Twitter @NightValeRadio or Facebook. Produced by Night Vale Presents. http://nightvalepresents.com

  • Neil Hilborn - OCD
    Button Poetry
    02:45
    neil hilborn
    106,721
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