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From breaking news and insider insights to exhibitions and events around the world, the team at The Art Newspaper picks apart the art world's big stories with the help of special guests. An award-winning podcast hosted by Ben Luke, The Week in Art is sponsored by Christie's. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A brush with..., sponsored by Bloomberg Connects, is a podcast by The Art Newspaper that features in-depth conversations with leading international artists. Host Ben Luke asks the questions you've always wanted to: who are the artists, historical and contemporary, they most admire? Which are the museums they return to? What are the books, music and other media that most inspire them? What do they get up to in the studio every day? And what is art for, anyway? The podcast offers a fascinating ...
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The ArtTactic Podcast, the leading podcast on the art market, covers a wide range of topics from art investment to general topics about the global art market industry. Each episode features an in-depth interview with a key art market figure.
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News and advice columns of yesteryear. Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Join your hostess the delightful, Ms. Helen Chen on a trip back in time. Ms. Helen covers everything from vintage dating tips, old baking tricks, unsolved murders and bank robberies, and the occasional want ad that would likely be banned in today's prints.
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The Discover Library and Archives Canada podcast is where Canadian history, literature and culture await you. Each month, we will showcase treasures from our vaults, guide you through our many services and introduce you to the people who acquire, safeguard and make known Canada’s documentary heritage.
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Authors Over 50

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Authors Over 50

Julia Brewer Daily, Julia Daily

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Authors Over 50’s weekly podcast celebrates writers and their journeys to publication. Writing after 50 is a whole story on its own. So, let’s skip to life’s sweetest third and talk with authors about their journey from pen to publish. Welcome. I’m Julia Daily, your host, and I invite you to listen to interviews with writers who’ve achieved their goal of publishing a book just later in life. We’ve seen award lists for Under 30 or Under 40, but I’ve yet to see lists for those who’ve achieved ...
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Aoife Bhreatnach

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Filthy-minded historian, Aoife Bhreatnach, explores books from the ‘censored in Ireland’ list. From great literature, mediocre reads, sex manuals, true crime and pulp fiction to memoirs of gay life, thousands of books were censored in Ireland. Were those ‘bad books’ indecent or obscene? Join Aoife as she reads like a smut-obsessed censor, looking for the rude bits in all kinds of books. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Welcome to the newest podcast on thrifting, reselling, and marketing for online sellers. This show is perfect for anyone looking to learn more about the world of thrifting and how to turn it into a profitable business. Whether you're a seasoned reseller or just starting out, I will provide you with tips and tricks to help you make the most of your thrifting adventures. In each episode, we'll be joined by experts in the field who will share their personal experiences and insights on everythin ...
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Paperweight Radio: Explorations in Visual and Material Culture draws together artists, designers, academics, curators, writers and researchers around a theme, to explore the territory of visual and material culture from different vantage points. In these explorations, Paperweight offers reports from the front-line of research into visual and material culture, running into the heat of battle and reporting back with dispatches.
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The Peabody Award-winning Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, from PRI, is a smart and surprising guide to what's happening in pop culture and the arts. Each week, Kurt introduces the people who are creating and shaping our culture. Life is busy – so let Studio 360 steer you to the must-see movie this weekend, the next book for your nightstand, or the song that will change your life. Produced in association with Slate.
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As featured on LEGO.com, Marvel.com, Slugfest, NPR, Wall Street Journal and the Today Show, host Alex Grand (with various co-hosts such as Bill Field, David Armstrong and Jim Thompson) and guests engage in a Journalistic Comic Book Historical discussion between professionals, historians and scholars in determining what happened and when in comics, from strips and pulps to the platinum age comic book, through golden, silver, bronze and then toward modern Support us at https://www.patreon.com/ ...
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Dolls of Our Lives

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Dolls of Our Lives

Allison Horrocks and Mary Mahoney

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The series you loved, book by book. Join Allison Horrocks and Mary Mahoney as they explore the wild world of American Girl fandom. In each episode, Allison and Mary will dive into an American Girl book from their (and perhaps your) childhood. Using their knowledge as professional historians and finely tuned instincts as amateur pop culture critics, they’ll take you back to a very different time—the 1990s. Formerly American Girls Podcast.
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A podcast to help unpack the skills needed for the entertainment and creative industries and celebrate those already in them. A series of solo shows and interviews to help creatives with the business of show business. Learn how to market yourself as a creative and how to boss your social media and online presence. Great for actors, dancers, singers, producers, writers and those in the creative industries.
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The Seminole Wars Authority podcast looks at Seminole resistance to the United States’ campaign of Indian removal in the 1800s. We explore what the Seminole Wars were, how they came to be, how they were fought, and how they still resonate some two centuries later. We talk with historians, archaeologists, anthropologists, archivists, writers, novelists, artists, musicians, exhibitors, craftsmen, educations, park rangers, military-era reenactors, living historians, and, to the descendants of t ...
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RICHARD HARDING DAVIS, as a friend and fellow author has written of him, was “youth incarnate,” and there is probably nothing that he wrote of which a boy would not some day come to feel the appeal. But there are certain of his stories that go with especial directness to a boy’s heart and sympathies and make for him quite unforgettable literature. A few of these were made some years ago into a volume, “Stories for Boys,” and found a large and enthusiastic special public in addition to Davis’ ...
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Expand your horizons with this collection of hand-picked classic short stories and tales by writers like Jack London, Guy de Maupassant, Edith Wharton, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, Ray Bradbury, Hans Christian Anderson, Ambrose Bierce, and many others. These fast-paced stories and captivating tales are chosen for their unique flavor, are suitable for all ages and tastes, and provide a window to a time when writers knew how to tell great stories using descriptive w ...
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Talk of Iowa is a place for Iowans to connect to our shared culture and what it means to live in Iowa. Host Charity Nebbe brings a mix of regular guests and a range of experts to discuss the arts, history, literature and everything else happening in Iowa. Every day brings something new — even if it's in a recurring segment like Talk of Iowa Book Club or comes from a familiar voice on Horticulture Day.
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10 million people, a couple hundred cities, unlimited possibilities. Host Jon Steinberg, a lifelong explorer, has made it his business to get into the heart, mind and soul of Southern California. Every week we are going to explore the most interesting parts, history, food and culture that Southern California has to offer, and together, we are going to find out what is behind the greatest region in the city. Happy exploring!
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A conference to share as much practical and methodological information as possible to give all new researchers in the history of former Soviet States a head start so they could avoid getting bogged down in administrative or organisational difficulties. The conference had a strong interdisciplinary focus, incorporating talks on History, Film, Theatre, Visual Art, Literature, Language, Music, Cultural Studies and Memory.
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Oral histories of Myanmar - life stories; some starting as far back as the late 1920’s.From my years of involvement in Myanmar I have become aware of the increasing scarcity of the generation of Myanma citizens who were born during the colonial period and have lived through the tumultuous years since that time. For me, these men and women are "national treasures" whose experience, perseverance and wisdom gained during their long lives will be lost unless we capture their stories in some way. ...
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This week on Strange Tales, we learn The Secret Of XR3, from Murder At Midnight. This story originally aired May 9, 1946. Listen to more from Murder At Midnight https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12023/StrangeTales697.mp3 Download StrangeTales697 | Subscribe | Support Relic Radio Strange Tale is made possible by your su…
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The Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins from Matthew 25 states that ten virgins await a bridegroom , five have brought enough oil for their lamps to wait, while the oil of the other five runs out. the five virgins who prepare for the bridegroom's arrival are rewarded while the five who went to buy more oil miss the bridegroom's arrival and are …
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This week on The Horror, an episode from Lights Out titled, A Room For The Night. (At least that’s how the file was labeled.) This one may or may not have aired on April 17, 1935. More from Lights Out https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12023/TheHorror1125.mp3 Download TheHorror1125 | Subscribe | Support The Horror…
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As beautiful as having children is, raising them can be hard. Child abuse is the physical, sexual and psychological abuse of a child or children especially by a parent or caregiver. In a 2011 research, titled 'Child Abuse In 28 Developing Countries', it was revealed that among African children 83.2 per cent suffer psychological abuse, 64 per cent s…
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George Asimenos, better known to do many a generation of clubbers and night owls, as DJ Asimenos who saw Limassol through a very different lense to most of us. He descigbes his unlikely story of how he came to become an international famous DJ with many a story along the way. Full of humour, honesty and frank comments, this episode will interest ev…
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The National Assembly is a bicameral legislature consisting of 109 members of the Senate and 360 members of the House of Representatives. While the Senate is headed by the Senate President, the House of Reps is headed by the Speaker. The 10th National Assembly has 59 senators from the APC, PDP 36, LP 8, SDP 2 NNPP 2, APGA 1 and YPP 1. In the House …
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This week, A Legacy Of Laughs features Irene Dunne and Fred MacMurray in Bright Star. We’ll hear their episode from February 7, 1972, titled, Susan Intercepts George’s Syndicate Offer. More from Bright Star https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12023/LOL228.mp3 Download LOL228 | Subscribe | Support Relic Radio…
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This week, A Legacy Of Laughs features Irene Dunne and Fred MacMurray in Bright Star. We’ll hear their episode from February 7, 1972, titled, Susan Intercepts George’s Syndicate Offer. More from Bright Star https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12023/LOL228.mp3 Download LOL228 | Subscribe | Support Relic Radio…
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This week: the first ever museum show of Keith Haring’s work in Los Angeles. We talk to Sarah Loyer, the curator of Keith Haring: Art Is for Everybody at the Broad in Los Angeles. Alex Farquharson, the director of Tate Britain in London, has led the complete rehang of the museum’s collection, including a vastly expanded presence of women and artist…
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The Dangote Refinery was inaugurated on Monday, May 23, 2023. The refinery will produce 650,000 barrels of crude oil a day, which is a huge concern for the health of the people of the state. However, the founder of the refinery, Aliko Dangote, talked about the sustainable ways of managing the risk but he did not really explain this topic. If we can…
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Talk of Iowa host Charity Nebbe speaks with executive director of the Western Iowa Journalism Foundation Becky Vonnahme about how downsizings and closures of newspapers have a lasting impact on community and Democracy. Then Field of Dreams actor Dwier Brown discusses the new baseball museum he opened in Dyersville, where Field of Dreams was filmed.…
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Yvette talks with the founders of Organize Me! Of New York, Annmarie Brogan and Marie Limpert. Annmarie and Marie are professional organizers and experts in the field of decluttering, space maximization and life-management strategies. They have an engaging discussion with Yvette about the book they co-authored, Beyond Tidy: Declutter Your Mind and …
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Mae West is remembered for her cracking one-liners but she was a helluva writer too. Guest: Dr Muireann O’Cinnéide. Her sexual persona that she creates in the film She Done Him Wrong means the Irish censors interpret this book as essentially indecent. Aoife Bhreatnach One of the things West seems to thinking about in the novel is: how do you replac…
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This week’s hour of mystery begins with The Undersea Murder, the October 1, 1946, episode of Boston Blackie. (25:57) Case Closed concludes with Stand By For Crime and their story, The Sniper. That episode originally aired sometime in 1953. https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12023/CaseClosed845.mp3 Download CaseClosed845…
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Little John and Robin Hood decide to don costumes and each go their own way to see what adventures befall them. New Twitter address- @1001podcast Follow Us! ANDROID USERS- 1001 Stories From The Old West- https://toppodcast.com/podcast_feeds/1001-stories-from-the-old-west/ 1001 Radio Crime Solvers- https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/a60ec356-c7d0-453…
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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by Judd Tully, an independent arts journalist who contributes regularly to The Art Newspaper, to help us recap last week's major New York post-war & contemporary auctions. First, Judd helps us put last week's NY auctions in perspective given the weak results. Then, he identifies certain …
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This week on The Relic Radio Show, our hour begins with The Cavalcade Of America. We’ll hear The Gentleman From Paris, their story from January 12, 1942. (29:30) Our second story is The Name Game, the May 5, 1965, broadcast of Theater Five. https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12023/RelicRadio842.mp3 Download RelicRadio84…
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Today we have a compelling conversation with debut author Mary Ann Miller. At 63, she has penned an enthralling murder mystery, "Bones Under the Ice", set in a small Indiana town. We'll delve into her late blooming writing career, her captivating novel's storyline, and the inspirations behind her lead character, Jhonni Laurent. We'll also discuss t…
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In this story, a 30 year old woman named Hettie, down on her luck and making a stew with only meat, meets a young lady in her apartment house who is also down on her luck, but has a potato. The two bond and the younger one pours out her troubles while the onion less stew is cooking...... New Twitter address- @1001podcast Follow Us! ANDROID USERS- 1…
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Strange Tales features Favorite Story this week. We’ll hear their adaptation of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s story, Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment. This episode aired March 18, 1947. More from Favorite Story https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12023/StrangeTales696.mp3 Download StrangeTales696 | Subscribe | Support Relic Radio…
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Our horror story comes from The CBS Radio Mystery Theater this week. We’ll hear their episode from October 24, 1975, titled, The Summer People. Listen to more from The CBS Radio Mystery Theater https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12023/TheHorror1124.mp3 Download TheHorror1124 | Subscribe | Support The Horror…
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A 35-year-old man posted recently on social media that he was scared of marriage after dating six ladies and finding out that the seventh one was cheating. He went through her phone while she was cooking in the kitchen and found out that other guys were asking her out, and he just got fed up with everything. Yes, many people want to be married, but…
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Yannis Matsis is currently the Manager of the Cyprus Office of MUFG Investor Services, a world leading financial group wirh headquarters in Japan. He is well known for his time as CEO of Hellenic Bank among many other positions which he discusses in this episode. His love for work, values, beliefs and role as a father and husband are all fundamenta…
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Author Chloe Angyal discusses her new novel Pas De Don't, a romance set in the ballet world, and Art Cullen talks about his short documentary that explores the impact of drought and other extreme weather on food systems.By Charity Nebbe, Caitlin Troutman, Samantha McIntosh
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This week: the Frieze art fair and spring auctions in New York. As the Frieze Art Fair returns to The Shed in Manhattan, coinciding with the season’s big auctions, The Art Newspaper’s live editor, Aimee Dawson, and our contributing editor Anny Shaw take the temperature of the market in New York. Just as we completed the episode, the US Supreme Cour…
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