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GOD TALKS TO AN AGNOSTIC is a 12-part audio play written and directed by Don Mays, and pitted against the backdrop of the racial and cultural issues of today. Featuring Rose Weaver and Don Mays in the titular roles, this innovative new work is a compelling exploration of the impact of religion on race, Black culture and a collective need for faith in something larger than ourselves.​ Presented by The Wilbury Theatre Group, in collaboration with AFRI Productions and The Public's Radio. www.th ...
 
Prometheus Radio Theatre, a group of experienced Baltimore-area Fan actors, writers and directors, is embarking on what we like to think is a bold, new path (then again, maybe we're just deranged!) We're bringing original, SF radio dramas to Fan audiences at area conventions, and we plan to offer said dramas via CD and streaming audio in the near future. Our current project is an episodic series, The Arbiter Chronicles, which author Steve Wilson describes as "a sort of Hornblower the Vampire ...
 
RNIB Connect Radio is the UK radio station sharing stories of people living with sight loss. Listen to blind and partially sighted people talk about a wide range of topics of relevance to them and join the conversation yourself by emailing radio@rnib.org.uk Other great podcast channels from RNIB Connect Radio Connect (https://audioboom.com/channel/weeklyconnect) - Our main channel with news, features and articles on sight loss. Read On (https://audioboom.com/channel/readonair) - The Audioboo ...
 
Camp Chaos has begun: 80 artists have 8 weeks to become 1 headless band called Chaos. Their output? 21,000 unique art pieces. Birthed from the Discord servers at Songcamp, Camps are songwriting + web3 hackathons. Each camp takes a group of curated artists through an immersive journey of play and experimentation at the edges of music + the new internet. Camp Chaos, the third iteration of this Immersive Digital Theatre, is an experiment in collective creation amongst a rambunctious group of mu ...
 
The Scorched Earth A serialized Science Fiction Radio Drama in nine parts By Bruce R. Coleman Cast of Characters Ridge Prothro: Rick Espiallat Pete Hertwig: Max Swarner Luanne Bellman: Lisa Anne Haram Ray Purcell: Blake Blair Doc Martinez: Adrian Godinez Alice Tisdale: Arianna Movassagh Micah: Heath Billups Lydia Vossburgh: Lee Jamison Frank Lassiter: Daylon Walton THE SCORCHED EARTH focuses on the lives of a small group of ordinary people living in the Texas town of Makepeace ( 40 miles wes ...
 
Grace Gedeon is an International Life Coach. She has a unique capacity to intuitively and clinically diagnose the psychological factors that stand in the way of your success and fulfillment and teaches effective techniques to help you transform any area of your life – health, relationships, career and finances – in a deep and long lasting way. Grace assists you to resolve current life issues through her ability to tune into the repressed psychological and emotional traumas from your past. On ...
 
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We're back in the studio with the return of regular features. Spammer time, where we meet a rather flirtatious IT teacher; Cassette Roulette provides us with some very weird and intriguing 90s radio clips, and Ellie Skinner's Weekly Animal Penis Fact turns its attention on the fox. Plus, another harrowing journey story, I become a role model for ki…
 
Now for a round up of accessible arts events as RNIB Connect Radio's Toby Davey catches up with Jess Beal from VocalEyes, the national audio description charity providing access to the arts for blind and partially sighted people to share some of the accessible events that are featured in their weekly email newsletter. Audio described shows and even…
 
This week for our regular check-in with Pharmacist Elizabeth Roddick from New Life Pharmacy in Glasgow we are talking about something we may have all experienced if we have been staying with an elderly relative, staying with our parents or maybe even experiencing ourselves when we get a bit older, which is why do older people have to get up during …
 
Trevor Gould co-stars next to a puppet named Wowkwis in Mermaid Theatre's Animalingo, a video series for school-aged kids that the company hopes to bring to classrooms across the province. Trevor and Danny Everson from Mermaid Theatre spoke with host Jeff Douglas about the project.
 
The Jamaican flag was raised at Halifax City Hall on Friday as Jamaica celebrates its diamond jubilee on Saturday. Olive Phillips the president of the Jamaican Cultural Association of Nova Scotia. tells Jeff Douglas what the celebration means and how it will be celebrated in Halifax this weekend.
 
7.00am Acknowledgement of Country 7.14am Claudia speaks with housing and homelessness advocate Lisa Carberry from the Geelong Housing Action Group about the housing crisis and the rally taking place this Saturday @ 12.30pm at Little Malop Street, Geelong CBD demanding radical action. For support contact Lifeline 13 11 14 https://www.anglicare.asn.a…
 
How close are we to truly understanding the legacy of slavery — and doing something about it? In this in-depth conversation, which we aired over two days, social worker Robert Wright answers those questions. Robert also looks at whether progress has been made during the first three-quarters of the UN's International Decade for People of African Des…
 
God Talks To An Agnostic is written and directed by Don Mays, with music and sound design by Andy Russ, and production management by Natalie Rosario, Melie Hayes, and Allison Marchetti. The production features performances by Don Mays, Rose Weaver, Jackie Davis, Rudy Ru Cabrera, Pamela Lambert, Daraja Hinds, Jason Quinn, Jeff Hodge, Tânia Montenegr…
 
Come with me on a comedy road trip as I travel From Hull down to Brighton, performing comedy to pensioners, students and even a room full of babies. Step this way for jokes, anecdotes, an array of highly unusual heckles, plus a collection of colourful characters including a very keen doorman, an unscrupulous cemetery officer, a B&B owner with a pen…
 
In this in-depth conversation, American professor Brett Rushforth details the enslavement of Indigenous people in what is now Canada. He's the author of "Bonds of Alliance: Indigenous & Atlantic Slaveries in New France" and his research suggests that roughly 75 per cent of Indigenous people who were enslaved died before age 20.…
 
With the recent record-breaking temperatures and all the news reports around the problems that have been happening due to the hot weather, for this week’s check-in with Elizabeth Roddick from New Life Pharmacy in Glasgow, we thought it would be good to find out how best to keep cool in a heatwave and what to do if we or someone we know is suffering…
 
Now time to chat arts and theatre. With your latest A View on Access, it's Tim Calvert. And this time, Tim learns about Eye Matter Theatre Group started by Suzie Simons. They recently attended the audio described production and touch tour of 2.22 A Ghost Story. Tim also takes a look at what else is coming up with AD at the theatres. Find out more a…
 
Now for a round-up of accessible arts events as RNIB Connect Radio's Toby Davey catches up with Jess Beal from VocalEyes, the national audio description charity providing access to the arts for blind and partially sighted people to share some of the accessible events that are featured in their weekly email newsletter. Audio described shows and even…
 
Sharon Davis-Murdoch and Lana MacLean spoke with host Jeff Douglas about the social determinants of health and how the health-care system is not set up to address the needs of people of colour. Sharon is on a panel this weekend called "Let’s Talk Black Health, Part II" happening at the National Black Canadians Summit in Halifax.…
 
Now, time to once again, head over to Belfast. On your latest a view on access Tim takes a look at the city's famous attraction, the Titanic Belfast, speaks with their Head of Operations, and checks out what's coming up with audio description in the West End. For more information visit: Titanic Belfast AVOA is written, presented and produced by Tim…
 
On this podcast, Paul goes behind the curtain with entertainment authority and author Shawn Levy (“Rat Pack Confidential,” “The Castle on the Sunset” and “King of Comedy”) to discuss his latest book, “The Original Queens of Stand-Up Comedy: In On the Joke.” Today, women in stand-up comedy are nothing unusual and many are successful. But the road to…
 
In this third conversation leading up to Emancipation Day, Charmaine Nelson describes how people defied their enslavers, and the logic of the systems that were used to justify slavery, enforce it, and increase its profitability. She's the founding director of the Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery at NSCAD University.…
 
God Talks To An Agnostic is written and directed by Don Mays, with music and sound design by Andy Russ, and production management by Natalie Rosario, Melie Hayes, and Allison Marchetti. The production features performances by Don Mays, Rose Weaver, Jackie Davis, Rudy Ru Cabrera, Pamela Lambert, Daraja Hinds, Jason Quinn, Jeff Hodge, Tânia Montenegr…
 
In this interview, Paul goes behind the curtain with former 44th Ward Alderman and now Professor Dick Simpson to discuss his new book: “Democracy’s Rebirth: The View from Chicago.” In the most important book written by Simpson among his many writings, he talks about how fragile democracy is not just around the world but in our own country. Why it i…
 
In this second conversation, Charmaine Nelson tells the story of a woman named Rachel, and how her love for one of her children defied the system of slavery they lived within. Charmaine is the founding director of the Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery at NSCAD University. Caution: this audio deals with disturbing situations.…
 
7.00am Acknowledgement of Country 7.15am Sasja Sydek and Jacob Gamble from Queering the Air speak with Beau Newham and Sidhi Vhisatya from the Queer Indonesia Archives, a digital archiving project committed to the collection, preservation and celebration of material reflecting the lives and experiences of queer and trans Indonesians. In the first p…
 
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