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  • Snap Classic - 06 Female
    Snap Judgment
    20:06
    Storytelling
    1,822

    In 2006, a wolf was born in Yellowstone who would become a legend in her own time. For more about the 06 Female and the debate surrounding wolves in Yellowstone, be sure to check out Jeff Hull's article in Outside Magazine (http://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/nature/Out-of-Bounds-The-Death-of-832F-Yellowstones-Most-Famous-Wolf.html?page=all) and Nate Rott's special report for NPR (http://apps.npr.org/wolves/) Producer: Joe Rosenberg

  • Listen to the entire episode "Beyond Belief"
    Snap Judgment
    28:06
    Storytelling
    6,718

    What do you do when someone tells you something you know to be false, and yet...you can just tell they're telling the truth? On the next all-NEW Snap..."Beyond Belief."

  • Mycose the night (n°19) : La fin des haricots
    ARTE Radio
    31:13
    Storytelling
    506

    Mycose The Night, épisode final. Chère auditrice, cher auditeur, je suis venu te dire que je m’en vais, lâche cette larme, elle t’a rien fait. En clap de fin, Elodie Font, Klaire fait Grr et Jean-Jacques le robot questionnent l’ultime morale à la noix des téléfilms et les dernières lignes de Victor Hugo, évoquent apocalypse, Hervé Vilar et pertes blanches. Si Mycose s'éteint, c'est que toutes les bonnes choses ont une fin, et un antifongique sous la main. Tendrement. Enregistrements : 12 mai 18 - Réalisation : Arnaud Forest - Textes & voix : Elodie Font, Klaire fait Grr - Illustration : Pauline Aubry

  • Sex and sounds (n°27) : Rire au lit
    ARTE Radio
    03:32
    Storytelling
    884

    L'humour est partout, l'humour fait vendre, pourtant le rire au lit passe souvent pour une mauvaise nouvelle. Nous sommes sérieux comme des papes. Nous avons la trouille que ce rire soit un jugement. Nous nous demandons si l'expression "femme qui rit, à moitié dans ton lit" ne recouvre pas un énorme malentendu : et si cette femme qui rit, au lieu d'entrer dans notre lit... était occupée à en sortir ? A retrouver aussi sur la chaîne Youtube ARTE Radio . Enregistrements : avril 18 - Mise en ondes & mix : Arnaud Forest - Texte & voix : Maïa Mazaurette - Illustration : Sjoerd van Leeuwen

  • Le Tchip (n°15) : Sa race !
    ARTE Radio
    51:55
    Storytelling
    603

    Cette quinzaine l'équipe du Tchip a été titillée/intriguée/agacée par "Un portrait contrasté", documentaire sur Netflix consacré à Rachel Dolezal, une militante américaine blanche qui se déclare noire. On réfléchit donc au concept de transracialité*, et François nous explique pourquoi l'entêtement de Rachel le touche intimement. Nos identités sont-elles figées ? Ensuite l'équipe du Tchip se prête à un nouvel exercice : le courrier des lecteurs ! Mélissa, jeune femme métisse, se pose des questions sur son identité et sa légitimité à parler de race. Mélanie se sert de son expérience propre pour apporter des éléments de réponse. * ça n'existe pas. Nos recommandations : Tyler, the Creator au Baiser Salé et Flower Boy: A Conversation, le podcast Keep It et Odunsi the Engine Le Tchip sur Twitter : @letchippodcast, @franzoul et @kvdonat Et sur Instagram : @letchippodcast Enregistrements : 04 juin 18 - Réalisation : Charlie Marcelet - Chroniqueurs : Mélanie Wanga, François Oulac, Kévi Donat

  • C'est papa
    ARTE Radio
    04:03
    Storytelling
    458

    Après « C’est maman », parité oblige, voici le tour de « C’est papa ». Un bref montage de 4 min composé à partir des 214 messages vocaux de vos pères collectés grâce aux réseaux sociaux. Merci à tous les contributeurs. Et rappelez votre papa ! Enregistrements : 2018 - Mise en ondes & mix : Samuel Hirsch - Réalisation : Mathilde Guermonprez

  • Un podcast à soi (n°9) : La révolution sera féministe
    ARTE Radio
    51:57
    Storytelling
    844

    Peut-on être révolutionnaire sans être féministe ? Peut-on réclamer l'égalité réelle, les mêmes droits pour tous, une démocratie plus juste, en oubliant la moitié de l'humanité ? De la Révolution française à mai-68, des grèves ouvrières aux occupations étudiantes, les femmes ont été les grandes oubliées des luttes sociales et politiques malgré leurs présences sur les barricades et dans les manifs. Qu'en est-il aujourd'hui, cinquante ans après mai-68 et l'émergence du mouvement féministe? En ces mois de mobilisation sociale importante, laisse-t-on la parole aux étudiantes, aux ouvrières, aux caissières, aux cheminotes, aux femmes de chambre ? Les habitantes de la ZAD parviennent-elles à faire entendre leurs voix ? Et finalement, est-ce que la véritable Révolution n'est pas celle des Irlandaises obtenant la légalisation de l'avortement, des Chiliennes et des Béninoises se mobilisant contre les violences, des actrices manifestants sur les marches du Palais ou des Américaines marchant contre la politique de Trump et le harcèlement sexuel ? Avec : Stéphanie et Zohra, salariées de Carrefour - Des habitantes de la ZAD, près de Notre Dame des Landes - Michelle Perrot, historienne, auteure (entre autre) de Mélancolie ouvrière , Les femmes ou les silences de l'histoire , et Histoire des femmes en Occident - Fanny Gallot, auteure de En découdre. Comment les ouvrières ont révolutionné le travail et la société, Prolétaires de tous les pays, qui lave vos chaussettes ? et Le genre de l’engagement dans les années 1968 - Bibia Pavard, auteure de Que sais je, Mai 68 et Si je veux, quand je veux - Contraception et avortement dans la société française (1956-1979) Lectures : Comme on sème, on récolte, Voltairine de Cleyre - La commune se relèvera, Louise Michel - Je vous surprendrais par ma volonté, Romaine Moreton - Mercy, Mary Patty , Lola Lafon Chansons : Adaptation féminisée de Juillet 36 des René Binamé, Je suis fille des Corrigan Fest par le collectif féministe liégeois A tantôt en vélo, en soutien à la ZAD. Enregistrements : mai 2018 - Prise de son,montage, textes et voix : Charlotte Bienaimé - Réalisation et musique originale : Samuel Hirsch - Lectures : Estelle Clément Béalem - Illustrations : Anna Wanda Gogusey

  • Chaotic Good / Snap 918, "Beyond Belief"
    Snap Judgment
    10:19
    Storytelling
    3,755

    Malaclypse was part of a dangerous anarchist group. They stole, they killed, they escaped, until one day when Malaclypse could run no further... Dan has been playing and organizing larps for 20 years. He posts bad larp advice on twitter at LarpTips:https: //twitter.com/LarpTips Producer: Jazmin Aguilera Original Score: Renzo Gorrio

  • Mon voisin Joey
    ARTE Radio
    06:42
    Storytelling
    600

    En 2015, Zoé rêve d'un petit cocon au calme pour dormir allègrement. Elle trouve un studio au rez-de-chaussée dans le 15ème arrondissement, réputé le plus tranquille de la capitale. Les premiers mois elle dort comme un bébé. Mais une nuit, des grosses basses et des cris de jaguar la tirent d'un sommeil profond. Qui est ce voisin foutraque qui balance du gros son à 3h du mat ? Une enquête de voisinage. Enregistrements : 16-17 - Mise en ondes, musique et mix : Arnaud Forest - Réalisation : Léa Minod

  • Signs, Wonders And Fates Fulfilled | With Linda Cardellini / Snap 918, "Beyond Belief"
    Snap Judgment
    14:25
    Storytelling
    3,163

    When Stephanie Saldana was 27 years old, she thought her calling was to become a nun. But at a monastery in the Syrian desert, she met a monk who made her rethink everything. This story comes to us from Modern Love: The Podcast. It’s a collaboration between The New York Times and WBUR in Boston, where they take pieces from the Modern Love column, and ask actors to perform them. This story is read by Linda Cardellini. Check out WBUR for more on the interview with author Stephanie Saldana, and the interview with Linda Cardellini, the actor who performed this story. Producer: Caitlin O’Keefe Sound Design: John Perotti

  • Does My Bum Sound Big In This?
    Documentary On One, RTÉ
    41:34
    Storytelling
    329

    Joyce is 55 years old and is, by her own admission, ‘living a half-life’. She has always been overweight but now is severely obese to the extent that her life has been affected dramatically. Five years ago Joyce developed chronic arthritis which means that she is in severe pain. Her movement is now so restricted that she rarely leaves the house and this sedentary life has led to her gaining an extra four stone – and this extra weight has been the tipping point for her life. In March 2016, after several years on the waiting list, she secured a place for treatment with the Weight Management Service in Loughlinstown, Co. Dublin, where one possible treatment is bariatric surgery – more commonly known as gastric band surgery. However, before she goes down this drastic surgery route, she’s going to try everything she can with the help of the team at the clinic to lose weight. In this documentary we follow Joyce over two years as she tries to lose weight and explores the reasons why she might have ended up in this place in her life. Joyce sees this as her ‘last chance’ to get a normal life back again. Joyce makes people howl with laughter. Even facing such huge challenges in her life, she remains a vibrant creative person. She has a solid group of good friends but is also aware that her self-esteem is now low. Before she had to give up work she worked in theatre and is passionate about film, culture and the arts in general. At her first meeting at the Weight Management Clinic in May 2016 Joyce’s was taken by surprise by feelings of both shock and shame. Though she knew in an abstract sense that she was very overweight, she would never have identified with the other obese people attending for the treatment at the clinic. She knows that the reasons for her being overweight are complicated and for Joyce it’s a constant battle to feel ok about herself and to stay hopeful. This documentary explores the complex reasons behind obesity and the challenges and prejudices that someone who inhabits an obese body faces. As obesity statistics multiply worldwise, we ask what’s it like to be one of these statistics? What is the physical and emotional impact on your life, your health and your well-being of being obese? And, most importantly for Joyce, is it possible to recover and regain all these things?

  • 8 (Part One of Two)
    latheatreworks
    58:59
    Audiobooks
    0

    George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Martin Sheen lead an all-star cast in this powerful portrait of an American civil rights struggle. In 2008, California's Proposition 8 stripped the freedom to marry away from gay and lesbian couples. Now, two of the nation's most renowned attorneys have joined forces to challenge Proposition 8 under the United States Constitution. "8" faithfully recreates the progression of the historic trial through court transcripts and interviews with the plaintiffs, as their stories are brought to life before a live audience. Includes exclusive interviews with playwright Dustin Lance Black, director Rob Reiner and lead attorneys for the plaintiffs—David Boies and Theodore B. Olson. Also includes a backstage cast interview montage. Recorded before a live audience at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre, Los Angeles in March of 2012. Sponsored by the American Foundation for Equal Rights and Broadway Impact.

  • Jirard Khalil: What If She's Still in There Somewhere?
    The Story Collider
    20:44
    Storytelling
    126

    When Jirard Khalil is twelve years old, his mother suddenly starts to change. Jirard Khalil is a YouTuber, actor, writer, and performer. You can find him online at @JKCompletesIt on Twitter, and That One Video Gamer on YouTube. This story originally aired on The Story Collider's podcast on May 26, 2017, in an episode titled "Working Memory." Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2017/5/26/working-memory-jirard-khalil-ben-lillie

  • 8 (Part Two of Two)
    latheatreworks
    58:59
    Audiobooks
    0

    George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Martin Sheen lead an all-star cast in this powerful portrait of an American civil rights struggle. In 2008, California's Proposition 8 stripped the freedom to marry away from gay and lesbian couples. Now, two of the nation's most renowned attorneys have joined forces to challenge Proposition 8 under the United States Constitution. "8" faithfully recreates the progression of the historic trial through court transcripts and interviews with the plaintiffs, as their stories are brought to life before a live audience. Includes exclusive interviews with playwright Dustin Lance Black, director Rob Reiner and lead attorneys for the plaintiffs—David Boies and Theodore B. Olson. Also includes a backstage cast interview montage. Recorded before a live audience at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre, Los Angeles in March of 2012. Sponsored by the American Foundation for Equal Rights and Broadway Impact.

  • #143 - Song 10: Inertia, Inaction, Insurrection
    The History of China
    49:31
    168

    Emperor Renzong of Song continues to twiddle his thumbs. Confucianism get a much-needed adrenaline shot to the arm via Daoism. Zhuang superpatriot Nong Zhigao declares simultaneous war on China and Vietnam in the name of his people's liberation. Time Period Covered: 1043-1054 CE

  • Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools
    Making Contact
    29:15
    News & Politics
    68

    Like this program? Please show us the love. Click here ow.ly/oSpU30hHCXp and support our non-profit journalism. Thanks! Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools is an examination of the experiences of black girls across the country whose intricate lives are misunderstood, highly judged "by teachers, administrators, and the justice system "and degraded by the very institutions charged with helping them flourish. In her book, Morris shows how, despite obstacles, stigmas, stereotypes, and despair, black girls still find ways to breathe remarkable dignity into their lives in classrooms, juvenile facilities, and beyond.

  • Real costs extra (False Alarm! part v)
    Benjamen Walker
    39:44
    Learning
    0

    Many of us are struggling with the real and the fake - but if you're willing to pay enough, you don't have to worry about it. Your host collaborates with 99% Invisible on a story about the Emeco Navy chair (the real one and the knockoffs). Artist Sam Stewart introduces us to a creature and his luxuriously useless furniture. Starlee Kine of Mystery Show explains that my real podcasting problem isn't the real vs fake but ads... and it's true, dear listeners, because without more ad money, this might have to let my amazing producer Andrew Callaway go! Unless our new ICO pulls in millions! Learn all about it.

  • Jamie Brickhouse: The Last Time She Was Mama Jean
    The Story Collider
    14:16
    Storytelling
    92

    Jamie Brickhouse begins to notice some startling changes in his mother's behavior. Jamie Brickhouse is performing his award-winning solo show Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother based on his critically-acclaimed memoir and directed by Obie Award-winning David Drake at Capital Fringe in DC in July, Minnesota Fringe in Minneapolis in August, and San Francisco Fringe in September. For show dates, visit www.jamiebrickhouse.com and follow Jamie on Instagram and Twitter @jamiebrickhouse. This story originally aired on The Story Collider's podcast on May 11, 2018, in an episode titled "In Honor of Mother's Day." Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2018/5/8/in-honor-of-mothers-day-stories-about-moms

  • Cassie Soliday: One of the Smart Kids
    The Story Collider
    11:31
    Storytelling
    59

    As a first-grader, Cassie Soliday finds her coveted spot in the gifted class is at risk. Cassie Soliday is The Story Collider's LA-based producer. In addition to being a producer, she is a writer, comic artist, and the love child of a poet and a parrot head. She's an advocate for women in the arts and produces two podcasts, 'Ink and Paint Girls' and 'Jammiest Bits of Jam'. Afflicted with wanderlust and the desire to run away with the cat circus, she has three great and terrible ideas that could get her fired so she could do so. She lives and works in California making cartoons. She is @cassiesoli and [email protected] This story originally aired on The Story Collider's podcast on June 2, 2017, in an episode titled "Early Childhood Development." Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2017/6/2/early-childhood-development-amy-brown-cassie-soliday

  • Brendan Bane: Dangerous Little Miracles
    The Story Collider
    16:36
    Storytelling
    70

    As a teenager, science writer Brendan Bane becomes obsessed with collecting poisonous pets. Brendan Bane is a freelance science communicator and recent graduate of the UC Santa Cruz Science Communication Program. His interest in biology blossomed when he first laid his eyes upon a giant, hairy tarantula. He later followed his passion to the cloud forests of Costa Rica, where he studied how tarantulas communicate their romantic intentions. (Basically, they twerk). Though he loved tromping through forests and spying on spiders in their roadside burrows, his greatest thrill did not come from the field or laboratory. Instead, he was happiest onstage, bringing audiences face to fang with spiders through visual storytelling. Now, through science reporting, he immerses readers in the lives of all flora and fauna, whether wondrous or weird. This story originally aired on The Story Collider's podcast on May 19, 2017, in an episode titled "Standard Deviation." Find the transcript and other information here: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2017/5/19/standard-deviation-bess-stillman-brendan-bane

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