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  • Mrs. Warren's Profession (Part One of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    Audiobooks
    0

    Modern parallels abound in the plight of Cambridge-educated mathematics wiz Vivie Warren, who discovers that her comfortable upbringing was financed in unspeakable ways. Shaw pits a clever heroine against a memorable gallery of rogues in this superbly intelligent comedy, banned for eight years from the English stage. Includes an interview with Eda Holmes, the Associate Director of the Shaw Festival Theatre in Ontario, Canada. Recorded live before an audience at the DoubleTree Suites, Santa Monica in March 1996. Directed by Nicholas Rudall Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Paul Gutrecht as Frank Gardner Kaitlin Hopkins as Vivie Warren Shirley Knight as Mrs. Warren Basil Langton as Reverend Gardner Dakin Matthews as Sir Crofts Robin Sachs as Praed

  • Mrs. Warren's Profession (Part Two of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:01
    Audiobooks
    0

    Modern parallels abound in the plight of Cambridge-educated mathematics wiz Vivie Warren, who discovers that her comfortable upbringing was financed in unspeakable ways. Shaw pits a clever heroine against a memorable gallery of rogues in this superbly intelligent comedy, banned for eight years from the English stage. Includes an interview with Eda Holmes, the Associate Director of the Shaw Festival Theatre in Ontario, Canada. Recorded live before an audience at the DoubleTree Suites, Santa Monica in March 1996. Directed by Nicholas Rudall Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Paul Gutrecht as Frank Gardner Kaitlin Hopkins as Vivie Warren Shirley Knight as Mrs. Warren Basil Langton as Reverend Gardner Dakin Matthews as Sir Crofts Robin Sachs as Praed

  • The Badlands - Snap Classic
    Snap Judgment
    50:00
    Storytelling
    2,428

    For two years, ISIS fought to take over the city of Mosul, killing 40,000 civilians. A group of men and women from around the world flew into Iraq and made their way to Mosul, to try their hand at fighting ISIS. Snap proudly presents a Classic, "The Badlands." Producer: Anna Sussman Original Score: Renzo Gorrio Check out more from the Free Burma Rangers: https://www.freeburmarangers.org/

  • #136: What if you had to fight for your life?
    ThisIsActuallyHappening
    41:23
    Storytelling
    994

    “I did have the feeling that someone was gonna come back and do something horrible again after that.” Producer: Whit Missildine Editors: Nigel Coutinho, Whit Missildine ANNOUNCEMENTS This Is Actually Happening online store now officially open. Follow this link www.actuallyhappeningstore.com to access branded t-shirts, posters, stickers and more from the shop. You can now find new and archival episodes of This Is Actually Happening completely ad-free, on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY. Content/Trigger Warnings: physical violence, assault, emotional abuse, thisisactuallyhappening.com Instagram: @actuallyhappening Episode Sponsors: FabFitFun www.fabfitfun.com Promo code: HAPPENING Intro Music: "Illabye" - Tipper Ambient themes by Nigel Coutinho Outro Music: "The Moon is Down" - El Diablo & Adam Schraft (Rojo y Negro) @eldiablosf @rojo-y-negro www.eldiablobass.com/

  • Afl. 212 Rock & roll: Jan Vollaard
    Echt Gebeurd
    09:22
    111

    Het liefst was popjournalist Jan Vollaard natuurlijk zelf rocker geworden. Hij werd the next best thing en schreef toen alsnog een hit.

  • #172 - S. Song 14: The Tightening Noose
    The History of China
    42:15
    286

    Mongolia is gripped in a civil war of its own, meaning the Song Empire has a chance to breathe. But with the immediate threat allayed for now, other problems become apparent. And when the new Great Khan, Khubilai, returns his attention to the land south of the Yangtze, China will find out whether it was a decade well spent in preparation for the coming assault, on one utterly squandered. Time Period Covered: 1259-1275 CE Major Historical Figures: Song Empire: Emperor Lizong (Zhao Yun) [r. 1221-1264] Emperor Duzong (Zhao Qi) [r. 1264 -1274] Grand Empress Dowager Xie [1210-1283] Chancellor Jia Sidao [1213-1275] Mongolia: Möngke [1209-1259] Khubilai [1215-1294] Ariq Böke [1219-1264] General Aju [1227-1287]

  • Curious Courtships
    Selected Shorts
    01:00:36
    Storytelling
    139
  • Checkmate
    Snap Judgment
    05:30
    Storytelling
    2,312

    Glynn goes to the donut shop at 3 am and ends up playing a few games of chess. He sees a challenge but will he see the board?

  • The Struggle Inside: The Murder of George Jackson
    Making Contact
    29:14
    News & Politics
    27

    Like this program? Please show us the love. Click here ow.ly/oSpU30hHCXp and support our non-profit journalism. Thanks! On this edition of Making Contact we present, The Struggle Inside: The Murder of George Jackson, a program about the modern anti-prison movement. This year marks the 40th anniversary of Black August, first originated in the California prisons to honor fallen Freedom Fighters, George and Jonathan Jackson, Khatari Gaulden, James McClain, and William Christmas. Jonathan Jackson was gunned down outside the Marin County courthouse on August 7, 1970 as he attempted to take hostages in a plan to negotiate the release of his brother, George. This action liberated three imprisoned Black Liberation Fighters: James McClain, William Christmas and Ruchell Magee. Ruchell Magee still imprisoned, and is the sole survivor of the Marin County Rebellion.

  • Voices Project Broadcast August 19, 2019
    Radio Boise
    58:09
    Audiobooks
    31

    The results of our May workshop are in! Five pieces, five accomplished producers for our August 2019 Voices Project Broadcast.

  • Abortion Diary Entry 167: Leah Coplon, MPH, RN
    The Abortion Diary
    13:24
    Storytelling
    33

    "We care so much about our communities and the folks we serve." In this episode, Leah Coplon talks about her path to becoming an abortion care provider, how abortion fits into the full spectrum of sexual and reproductive health care, what it's really like in the clinic, and what it means to connect with other independent abortion care providers. This episode was made in collaboration with Abortion Care Network (ACN) and was recorded at their 2019 annual conference. ACN is a nonprofit membership organization for independent abortion clinics. Independent clinics — like Maine Family Planning, where Leah Coplon works — provide the majority of abortion care in the U.S. ACN provides the staff of those clinics with support, training, and resources. Leah Coplon MPH, RN is the Program Director at Maine Family Planning, overseeing abortion care and strategizing for innovative ways of reaching rural patients to increase access to abortion, contraception, and transgender health services. Leah worked as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Nursing at the University of New England. She has practiced full-scope midwifery, worked as a labor and delivery nurse, and has been in the field of reproductive health for over 25 years. Leah received a BA in sociology/anthropology from Carleton College and her BSN from the University of Pennsylvania. Additionally, she holds a Master of Science from Philadelphia University and a Master of Public Health from the University of New England and is board certified as a Nurse Midwife with the American College of Nurse Midwives.

  • Side Man (Part One of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    Audiobooks
    0

    A Tony Award® winner for Best Play, "Side Man" delves deep into the postwar New York jazz underground through the life of a celebrated musician and his dysfunctional family. Warren Leight used his own experiences as the son of a jazz musician to create Gene, a talented but emotionally incompetent trumpeter whose pure devotion to music comes at the expense of his relationship with resentful wife Terry and their self-sacrificing son, Clifford. Frank Wood won the Tony Award® for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his starring role. Original music and trumpet performance by Elliot Kane with flute performance by David Sills. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in May 2010. Directed by Stephen Sachs Producing Director Susan Albert Loewnberg Frank Wood as Gene Garret Dillahunt as Clifford Christine Lahti as Terry Kyle Colerider-Krugh as Ziggy Kevin Geer as Jonesy Joseph Lyle Taylor as Al Stephanie Zimbalist as Patsy

  • Infield Dirt August 21, 2019
    Radio Boise
    30:44
    Sports
    11

    The handsome Adam Phillips interviews Capital High School Varsity Boys Basketball Coach Scott Moore about his philosophies, his mentors, and surprising disclosures about building a team.

  • Side Man (Part Two of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    Audiobooks
    0

    A Tony Award® winner for Best Play, "Side Man" delves deep into the postwar New York jazz underground through the life of a celebrated musician and his dysfunctional family. Warren Leight used his own experiences as the son of a jazz musician to create Gene, a talented but emotionally incompetent trumpeter whose pure devotion to music comes at the expense of his relationship with resentful wife Terry and their self-sacrificing son, Clifford. Frank Wood won the Tony Award® for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his starring role. Original music and trumpet performance by Elliot Kane with flute performance by David Sills. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in May 2010. Directed by Stephen Sachs Producing Director Susan Albert Loewnberg Frank Wood as Gene Garret Dillahunt as Clifford Christine Lahti as Terry Kyle Colerider-Krugh as Ziggy Kevin Geer as Jonesy Joseph Lyle Taylor as Al Stephanie Zimbalist as Patsy

  • Afl. 211 Seks: Sidney Vollmer
    Echt Gebeurd
    11:44
    305

    Halverwege de jaren negentig was alle porno nog analoog en Sidney Vollmer een jaar of veertien.

  • #135: What if a minor procedure left you permanently altered?
    ThisIsActuallyHappening
    45:00
    Storytelling
    1,199

    “My personhood had been shattered into a thousand pieces that I and my family were left to pick up one at a time.” Producer: Whit Missildine Editor: Whit Missildine ANNOUNCEMENTS The This Is Actually Happening online store is now officially open. Follow this link https://www.teepublic.com/stores/this-is-actually-happening-store?ref_id=9467 to access branded t-shirts, posters, stickers and more from the shop. You can now find new and archival episodes of This Is Actually Happening completely ad-free, on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY. Content/Trigger Warnings: medical trauma, explicit language thisisactuallyhappening.com Instagram: @actuallyhappening Episode Sponsors: Medical Mysteries podcast, from Parcast Intro Music: "Illabye" - Tipper Ambient themes by Nigel Coutinho Outro Music: "The Moon is Down" - El Diablo & Adam Schraft (Rojo y Negro) @eldiablosf @rojo-y-negro www.eldiablobass.com/

  • "The Year 'Caught Out There' Became My Theme Song" by Brittany Rogers
    VOICEMAIL POEMS
    01:51
    108

    "This song is for all the women out there that been lied to by their men and I know you all been lied to over and over again. This is for y'all; yo, maybe you didn't break the way you shoulda broke, yo but I break" -Kelis Strep throat caught me for the second time in two winters. The Doctor said my immune system was weak because of the baby but I knew it was that college in Ypsilanti that did it. I got my first ‘C’ in Linguistics  cause the blonde professor with a dog whistle voice told me “a policy is a policy” when I missed the quiz: stomach protruding past my feet doctor's note and antibiotic bottle in hand. I did not hit her or throw the desk I should have been  sitting in; Someone told me once that babies feel everything you do. I stopped crying when he stopped coming home. When the landlords didn’t renew the lease. When he suggested  adoption it hung in the air like a kite, the string just out  of reach. My body flinched one day, as if it knew what was coming. Then the brand-new Mitsubishi Galant was two payments  behind, tube television, thrift store dishes and everything else I owned stuffed in its four-door frame. When we applied for the next apartment my husband made me file him as head of household though I worked two jobs while he snake-gripped my life full time.  One morning, the repoman got me. Two months later the door had an eviction letter plastered across it a wanted poster, all my shame strewn like dirty laundry at the curb I was still sick sleeping on his granny’s futon with nothing to my name but debt and a nose  spread like unkempt vines. Then  a month before she was born, The nigga hit me. I break. ————————————– Brittany Rogers called us from Detroit, MI. SUPPORT US ON PATREON: 
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  • "AIN'T WE LUCKY WE GOT 'EM GOOD TIMES" by Rodrick Minor
    VOICEMAIL POEMS
    01:43
    177

    (after Ernie Barnes' "Sugar Shack") On a cherryplanked floor in Durham I twerk my soul into the weekend I sweat out my devils over the crooner’s voice An exorcism in the wee hours Hips gyrate allusions of Jazz June in a beehive of celestial beings Fingers pranced in air as if the Holy Ghost grasp last week’s despair Utopia is a prayer often flawed yet when perfect everything is invincible here Dance my blackness and sins in this hole in the wall and I make sweet love Feverishly until I'm christened in a sea of survivors and the banners sway in the rafters like a manifesto Tonight I do not feel grotesque suicidal poor Am not the blackblue pulse scratchin for a throb, my existence Press my smile towards the light fixtures as God is kissing anew me into next week Watch me moonwalk in heaven for a moment Watch me illuminate ————————————– Rodrick Minor called us from Philadelphia, PA. SUPPORT US ON PATREON: patreon.com/voicemailpoems voicemailpoems.org/call facebook.com/voicemailpoems twitter.com/voicemailpoems instagram.com/voicemailpoems voicemailpoems.org/thepodcast

  • Lovers and Gangsters: Richard Price Favorites
    Selected Shorts
    59:06
    Storytelling
    220

    Guest host Josh Radnor presents two stories that are favorites of novelist and screenwriter Richard Price ("Lush Life," "The Wire") and Colson Whitehead remembers his personal New York. Maggie Gyllenhaal reads Isaac Babel’s tale of local crime and politics, “The King,” and Rita Wolf reads Lucia Berlin’s odd love triangle, “The Love Affair.” Whitehead’s “Lost and Found” is read by Alec Baldwin.

  • Aging by Kerry Lindorfer
    Radio Boise
    07:09
    Audiobooks
    9

    In Kerry Lindorfer's second piece for Radio Boise, he profiles a number of men dealing with emotional and physical issues. Here are the threads that bond them together.

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