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  • Un podcast à soi (n°13) : Entre femmes
    ARTE Radio
    01:07:18
    Storytelling
    4,273

    Coming out, visibilité, maternité, amours... Où en sont les lesbiennes aujourd'hui ? Depuis toujours, la sœur de mon papa vit avec son amie. C'est comme ça. C'est mes taties adorées avec qui je partage tant de chose. Pourtant, j'ai mis bien longtemps à comprendre qu'elles s'aimaient. Dans ma famille, rien n'était caché, mais rien n'était dit non plus. Je vivais au quotidien avec deux femmes lesbiennes sans même connaître et comprendre ce mot. Il aura fallu attendre mes 20 ans et leurs 50 pour que le "secret" soit doucement dévoilé. Deux générations et une loi ouvrant le mariage aux couples de même sexe plus tard, je me suis demandé où nous en étions ? Comment se dire lesbienne, comment le dire aux autres ? Qu'est ce que tout cela révèle de notre société, des normes, des rapports de domination ? Avec : - Virginie, Hanane et Sy - Natacha Chetcuti-Osorovitz, sociologue Autrice de « Se dire lesbienne » (Payot) - Virginie Descoutures, sociologue Autrice de « Les mères lesbiennes » (PUF) - Salima Amari, sociologue Autrice de « Lesbiennes de l'immigration » (Du Croquant) Lectures par Estelle Clément Béalem - « Peau » de Dorothy Allison - « La contrainte à l'hétérosexualité » d'Adrienne Rich - « J'aurais voulu être un escargot » de Souad Labbize - « Claudine en ménage » de Colette - « Zami », « Le journal du cancer », « Un souffle de lumière » et « Sister outsider » de Audre Lorde Pour prolonger l'écoute : - « Ça raconte Sarah » de Pauline Delabroy-Allard - « Le corps est une chimère » de Wendy Delorme - « La contrainte à l'hétérosexualité » d'Adrienne Rich - « La pensée Straight » de Monique Wittig - Paye ta gouine - L'association Femmes en lutte 93 - Association Fières - Magazine Well Well Well - Fond de dotation féministe et lesbien ​ Remerciements : Wendy Delorme, Marie Kirschen Enregistrements : novembre 2018 - Prise de son, montage, textes et voix : Charlotte Bienaimé - Réalisation et musique originale : Samuel Hirsch - Lectures : Estelle Clément Béalem - Accompagnement éditorial : Noémie Sanquer - Illustration : Anna Wanda Gogusey

  • Los que se quedan - Testimonios desde Venezuela
    Radio Ambulante
    02:58
    Narración
    1,177

    En los últimos años, millones de venezolanos han salido de su país por la crisis política y económica. Cuando se habla de este éxodo, usualmente se habla de quienes emigran: a dónde van, cómo llegan, cómo les va. Pero, ¿qué pasa con quienes se quedan? Estos son los testimonios de algunos de ellos.

  • 48 Hours In Syria
    Snap Judgment
    32:58
    Storytelling
    2,640

    Kassem Eid had spent two years living in a city under siege. After he and his neighbors took part in the protests during the Arab Spring in 2011, Syrian President Bashar Al Assad began to punish towns like Kassem’s. His forces bombed them, surrounded them, and starved them. That’s when Kassem decided to fight back. Thank you so much to Kassem Eid for sharing his story with us. Kassem was recently accepted into Columbia University. You can check out his new book, “My Country,” out now. Find him on twitter at @qzakarya. My Country: https://www.amazon.com/My-Country-Syrian-Kassem-Eid/dp/1408895129 Kassem's Twitter: https://twitter.com/qzakarya&sa=D&source=hangouts&ust=1544301254388000&usg=AFQjCNGBUwCTY7WnP6cDpq8JEGS1WwYqGg Producer: Liz Mak Original Score: Leon Morimoto

  • #122: What if you found a real Hollywood romance?
    ThisIsActuallyHappening
    53:50
    Storytelling
    813

    “If I have to go on based what I found out, I feel like maybe my whole entire relationship was just a fantasy.” Producer: Whit Missildine thisisactuallyhappening.com Instagram: @actuallyhappening Today’s episode features Brittani Louise Taylor whose memoir “A Sucky Love Story” contains deeper details about her experience. You can find her book at: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1642930008 You can also check out her YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/BrittaniLouiseTaylor Episode Sponsors: Quip www.getquip.com/happening Intro Music: "Illabye" - Tipper Music Bed: “Wake Up” – Spuntic Outro Music: "The Moon is Down" - El Diablo & Adam Schraft (Rojo y Negro) @eldiablosf @rojo-y-negro www.eldiablobass.com/

  • Tucker And Will On 2018 - 11 - 28
    Reveal
    12:44
    News & Politics
    598
  • Devenir juive, rester soi-même
    ARTE Radio
    26:11
    Storytelling
    753

    Mathilde veut devenir juive. Personne dans sa famille n’est juif. Mais depuis plusieurs années déjà, elle étudie la Tora et ses commandements, elle apprend l'hébreu et fréquente des rabbins. Car ce sont les rabbins du Consistoire qui, un jour, lui accorderont ou pas sa conversion. Elle apprend sa future religion et pratique avec passion : ne pas fumer le samedi, allumer les bougies de shabbat, réciter les prières... Mais il y a un problème. Mathilde est avec une fille, d’origine iranienne en plus. Une situation inadmissible pour les orthodoxes : "S’ils me chopent en train d’embrasser ma copine, je suis morte, quoi." Pourquoi, comment, peut-on se convertir à une religion qui refuse son identité sexuelle ? Enregistrements : juillet, août, septembre 17 - Mise en ondes & mix : Samuel Hirsch - Réalisation : Tassilo Hummel - Illustration : Odélia Kammoun

  • One Way Mission
    Snap Judgment
    30:54
    Storytelling
    8,204

    When Jack Boyles signed up for the Navy in the early 1960s he was excited to work aboard the USS Shangri-La. As the ship’s only yeoman he had access to top secret information so he knew before most people why the ship was docked off of Cuba. But little did he know what was in store for him. Producer: Nancy López Original Score: Leon Morimoto

  • Twelve Angry Men (Part One of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    Audiobooks
    0

    Over the course of a steamy and tense afternoon, twelve jurors deliberate the fate of a 19 year-old boy alleged to have murdered his own father. A seemingly open and shut case turns complicated—igniting passions and hidden prejudices in this classic American play by Reginald Rose. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in November 2005. Directed by John de Lancie Dan Castellaneta as Juror #5 Jeffrey Donovan as Juror #8 Héctor Elizondo as Juror #10 Robert Foxworth as Juror #3 James Gleason as Juror #2 Kevin Kilner as Juror #6 Richard Kind as Juror #7 Alan Mandell as Juror #9 Rob Nagle as Juror #12 Armin Shimerman as Juror #4 Joe Spano as Juror #11 Steve Vinovich as Foreman/Juror #1

  • 030 After Innocence
    Everything Is Stories
    50:58
    840

    A story of misplaced justice and the perils of innocence. Convicted and sentenced to 12 years in prison for aggravated sexual assault of a child, Greg Torti has spent the the last two decades in the shadow of a system that places a high priority on banishing sex offenders even after their release.  Living in rural Texas with children of his own now, Torti would be the first to tell you he agrees with the system. Yet still, after years behind bars and now subject to the process a sex offender must go through each year, bitterness and anger remain after what he feels was no more than a vindictive accusation. In this story Greg speaks on his upbringing in Irving, attempts on his life throughout his prison sentence, and the complexities of innocence. Music courtesy of Mike Etten, Greg Fox, and Justin Frye of PC Worship. Produced by Gautam Srikishan, Tyler Wray, and Mike Martinez.

  • Twelve Angry Men (Part Two of Two)
    latheatreworks
    59:00
    Audiobooks
    0

    Over the course of a steamy and tense afternoon, twelve jurors deliberate the fate of a 19 year-old boy alleged to have murdered his own father. A seemingly open and shut case turns complicated—igniting passions and hidden prejudices in this classic American play by Reginald Rose. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in November 2005. Directed by John de Lancie Dan Castellaneta as Juror #5 Jeffrey Donovan as Juror #8 Héctor Elizondo as Juror #10 Robert Foxworth as Juror #3 James Gleason as Juror #2 Kevin Kilner as Juror #6 Richard Kind as Juror #7 Alan Mandell as Juror #9 Rob Nagle as Juror #12 Armin Shimerman as Juror #4 Joe Spano as Juror #11 Steve Vinovich as Foreman/Juror #1

  • Jaunes devant, Macron derrière
    ARTE Radio
    06:34
    Storytelling
    833

    Cette semaine Livo est encore indécis sur les Gilets jaunes. Est-ce le début de la Révolution ou juste l'insurrection qui craint ? Même les "merdias" sont partagés... Alors Livo boude les Champs-Elysées pour la rue de la Paix où un autre mouvement dure depuis plus de deux mois : la grève des petites mains du palace Parc Hyatt Vendome. Celles qui font le ménage dans des chambres à 3000 euros la nuit. Mais voilà que l'actualité rattrape notre vaillant reporter alors qu'il ouvre sa fenêtre... Enregistrements : 30 novembre, 3 et 4 décembre - Mix : Samuel Hirsch - Réalisation : Olivier Minot

  • “Si vamos a emigrar, vamos a hacer que sea lo más placentero posible” – Actualización de Anamer
    Radio Ambulante
    02:57
    189

    En Permanencia temporal –el episodio más reciente de Radio Ambulante–, contamos la historia de Anamer Salazar, una venezolana que se fue a Perú en busca de una mejor oportunidad. En el episodio, su historia termina cuando apenas estaba acostumbrándose a Lima, pero preocupada por un cambio en la manera en que muchos peruanos estaban viendo la migración venezolana. Quisimos saber qué ha pasado desde entonces y volvimos a conversar con ella. Escuchen esta actualización de su historia.

  • #99 Norra England 1: Made in Sheffield
    Staden Podcast
    01:11:44
    Learning
    4,356

    I norra England startade den moderna världen.Där låg industrialismens och klassamhällets vagga. En grön ö i Atlanten födde ett fram ett nytt samhälle över kolgruvor, kvarnar, vävstolar, ångmaskiner, fabrikshammare, brännugnar. England hade länge en särställning. En måttstock, en föregångare – för ekonomin, demokratin och välfärdsstaten, för det europeiska världsherraväldet. Men med tiden har särställningen försvunnit, landet verkar präglas av slitningar och ilska, populism och misstänksamhet. Idag är England på väg att lämna Europa – eller kanske ändå inte. I tidevarvet av Global Cities, sög London all åt uppmärksamhet. Men stora delar av England och landets mindre uppmärksammade industristäder, hamnstäder, nöjesstäd, har närmast blivit osynliga.Samma fråga som hade tagit oss till Balkan för drygt ett år sedan väckte vår nyfikenhet inför norra England: Vad har hänt med samhällena? Vilka stigar från det förflutna leder fram till städerna i dag? Vad har skapats? Vad har förstörts? Vilka bor i husen? Hur låter musiken? Det här är en resa till städer i norra England, och vi startar i Sheffield. I det dramatiska landskapet som formas av floderna och bergen, med Jane Austens pastoraler åt ena hållet och Ken Loachs gruvstäder åt det andra. Stålstaden som vid en snabb anblick kan tyckas vara platsen för industrisamhällets urbild, en ansiktslös massa arbetare och flytande stål från ugnar, men som visar sig vara en stad präglad av detta dramatiska landskap. Samt en närmast envis individualism som tar plats i byarna som bygger upp staden. Staden som efter andra världskrigets Blitz skapade en helt egen variant av mångbottnad modernitet formad av landskapet och i folkets tjänst. Här lever ännu i konflikterna mellan det starka kollektivet i Sheffield och dess omgivande kol-städer och påbudet om en ny en ny medelklassindividualism från London och Margret Thatcher. Och hela tiden i sällskap med den musik som i Sheffield är både ett motstånd mot den bleka vardagen och en hyllning till dess rytmer. - - - Tack till / Thanks to: Adrian Jones, http://www.jonestheplanner.co.uk Andy Jackson, https://heeleypeoplespark.co.uk Cathy Burke

  • HBM107: Carlo Surrenders
    Here Be Monsters
    32:35
    Storytelling
    0

    In theology school, Carlo Nakar asked, “Lord, what is the hardest thing you could possibly ask me to do?” He got a verbal answer. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • Ben Kellie - Third Time's a Charm?
    Arctic Entries
    08:51
    182

    Ben was born and raised flying around remote Alaska and spent a few years Outside working for SpaceX, where he helped build launch and landing sites. He now co-owns K2 Dronotics, where they fly drones and work with rocket start-ups around the US. He has a two-year-old daughter who is much cooler than he is.

  • #155 - S. Song 2: Yue Fei, Pt. 1-The Flying Fury
    The History of China
    43:16
    208

    In this first of a two-part look into the life and legend of this epic Chinese hero, we chronicle Yue Fei's early life and education, his induction into the military to serve his nation with utmost loyalty, his meteoric rise through the ranks, and his stalwart resolve in facing the greatest crisis his country his known in centuries, all while garnering a cult-like following of soldiers, and the panicked attention of the imperial court. Time Period Covered: 1103-1137 CE Major Works Cited: Foster, Robert W. The Human Condition in Premodern China. Jenne, Jeremiah. “The Execution of Yue Fei: 875 Years of Patriotic Myth” from radiichina.com Li, Xiaobi. China at War. Lorge, Peter. War, Politics and Society in Early Modern China, 900-1795. Mote, Fredrick W. “Ch. 13: The Southern Song and Chinese Survival” in Imperial China 900-1800. Tao, Jing-shen. “The Move to the South and the Reign of Kao-tsung” in The Cambridge History of China, Vol. 05: The Sung Dynasty and Its Precursors, 907-1279. Wills, Jr., John E. E. Mountain of Fame: Portraits in Chinese History. Zhou, Zuoren, trans. Tim Cronen. “A View of the Hero Yue Fei and the Traitor Qin Hui” in The China Heritage Quarterly No. 28, December 2011.

  • Clara Baldwin - Two Cultures, One Heart
    Arctic Entries
    09:49
    221

    Oakland breed. Hapa: Japanese and British. Uses her hands to talk. Uses her face to yell. Hogs over mochi. Does not carry heavy bags but she lifts, bro. When she clocks in at 8:30, she has six kids. When she clocks out at 4:00 she has zero kids.

  • HELLO, ASTEROID FINAL MIX
    PRX
    20:45
    Science
    1,042

    Asteroids, as the dinosaurs found out, can have big effects on life on Earth.  Sixty-five million years ago, an asteroid crashed into the Yucatán. The impact caused apocalyptic tsunamis and volcanic eruptions. Grit and ash blotted out the sun. It wiped out species that had roamed the Earth for millions of years. Yet asteroid hits also were critical to the origins of life on Earth. Asteroids may well have been the bringers of water, of carbon, even of amino acids — the building blocks of life. That’s a big reason why NASA is on a mission to Bennu. This asteroid is like an ancient fossil of our solar system — largely unchanged since the time the planets formed. In December, after a billion-mile journey, NASA’s Osiris-Rex mission arrives at Bennu. And, for the first time, a spacecraft will try to actually bring back an asteroid sample to Earth. On this episode of Orbital Path, Dr. Michelle Thaller sits down with Dr. Amy Simon — a senior scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, and a key player on the Osiris-Rex mission. Michelle and Amy talk about the mission, Amy’s work to probe the origins of the solar system, and one other thing:  The remote chance that Bennu, someday, could collide with Earth. Orbital Path is produced by David Schulman.  Our editor is Andrea Mustain. Production oversight by John Barth and Genevieve Sponsler. Support for Orbital Path is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, enhancing public understanding of science, technology, and economic performance. For more about the show, visit orbital.prx.org

  • Afl. 177 Vechten of vluchten: Johnny Dkdan
    Echt Gebeurd
    11:31
    182

    De Syrische student tandheelkunde Johnny Dkdan heeft het geven van injecties alleen geoefend op sponzen. Dan breekt in Aleppo de oorlog uit.

  • Rites of Passage: Stories from The Paris Review
    Selected Shorts
    59:11
    Storytelling
    389
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