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All Of It

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About this podcast: ALL OF IT is a show about culture and its consumers.

ALL OF IT is a show about culture and context.

ALL OF IT is a show about culture and the culture.

Our aim is to engage the thinkers, doers, makers, and creators, about the what and why of their work. People make the culture and we hope, need, and want the WNYC community to be a part of our show. As we build a community around ALL OF IT, we know that every guest and listener has an opinion. We won’t always agree, but our varied perspectives and diversity of experience is what makes New York City great.

ALL OF IT will be both companion for and curator of the myriad culture this city has to offer. In the words of Cristina De Rossi, anthropologist at Barnet and Southgate College, London:

Culture encompasses religion, food, what we wear, how we wear it, our language, marriage, music, what we believe is right or wrong, how we sit at the table, how we greet visitors, how we behave with loved ones, and a million other things.

...In other words, ALL OF IT.

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Join us for ALL OF IT with Alison Stewart, weekdays from 12:00 - 2:00PM on WNYC.

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[REBROADCAST FROM 1/4]: We're kicking off our 2023 Get Lit season with the latest from Pulitzer Prize winning biographer Stacy Schiff, The Revolutionary: Samuel Adams. Schiff joins us for a preview conversation to discuss the book ahead of our January 31st Get Lit event with musical guest Rosanne Cash. Grab your free tickets now!


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A new photography exhibit called 'This is Home' opened at Flushing Town Hall this past weekend. Featuring work from photographers Janice Chung, An Rong Xu, and Cindy Trinh, the show centers around themes of community and home in Manhattan's Chinatown and in Flushing. Here to walk through the exhibit is photographer Cindy Trinh and Arts Director of Flushing Town Hall Daniel Bamba. The exhibit will be on view until February 26th, Monday-Friday 12-5pm, and admission is free.


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The Museum of Chinese in America has compiled selections from their fashion and costume collections for The Winter Show 2023. Called 'What We Wore in the Beautiful Country,' hand-embroidered traditional dresses and ornate opera gowns tell the story of early immigration of Chinese people to America. Curator Herb Tam and president of MOCA Nancy Yao join to discuss. You can purchase tickets to attend The Winter Show and view the exhibit here.


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Karen Baum Gordon's father escaped the Holocaust -- but not its psychological legacy. She joins us to discuss her book, "The Last Letter," which chronicles his experiences -- and examines what it means to remember.


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With the news of a new H Mart opening on the Upper East Side, food writer Eric Kim joins to talk about the importance of H Mart in Asian American culture and what he loves about shopping there. We'll also take listener calls.


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For this month's installment of Full Bio, we speak with John A. Farrell, author of the new biography, Ted Kennedy: A Life, about the former Massachusetts senator and presidential candidate. On the final day, we speak about Kennedy's run for president in 1980, his famous convention speeches in both 1980 and 2008, and his battle with brain cancer towards the end of his life.


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A new book tells the history of the Rikers Island jail from the perspective of the people who have worked and lived in and around the complex. Journalists Graham Rayman and Reuven Blau join us to discuss, Rikers: An Oral History.


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For this month's installment of Full Bio, we speak with John A. Farrell, author of the new biography, Ted Kennedy: A Life, about the former Massachusetts senator and presidential candidate. On Day three, we speak about Kennedy's personal demons and controversies, including his excessive drinking, and the infamous Chappaquiddick incident which resulted in the death of Kennedy's acquaintance, Mary Jo Kopechne.


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New York Times awards show columnist Kyle Buchanan joins to discuss the nominees for this year's Academy Awards as well as give us a sense of how award season is going so far.


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Over the past month, George Santos, rookie Republican congressman for New York's third district, has been accused of various eyebrow raising lies about his background, like whether or not he is Jewish, if his mother was in a World Trade Center during 9/11, or if he really worked for Goldman Sachs, and that's just to name a few. He's also been accused of violating campaign finance law. Santos has faced calls to resign, but up until he now he has been relatively quiet. Brigid Bergin, senior reporter on the People and Power desk for WNYC/Gothamist who is covering this story, joins to catch us up on the latest of this scandal and the implications of Santos's alleged lies.

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About this podcast: TED is a nonprofit devoted to ideas worth spreading. On this video feed, youll find TED Talks to inspire, intrigue and stir the imagination from some of the worlds leading thinkers and doers, speaking from the stage at TED conferences, TEDx events and partner events around the world. This podcast is also available in high-def video and audio-only formats.

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By mastering the Eskista, an ancient Ethiopian dance, TED Fellow Melaku Belay survived a childhood on the streets and became a voice for his country. He shares how traditional dances can connect the wisdom of the past to the energy of the future -- and, after the talk, delivers a thrilling performance of Eskista accompanied by a free-jazz ensemble. (In Amharic with consecutive English translation by filmmaker Mehret Mandefro)
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Global consumer strategist Aparna Bharadwaj shares a fascinating glimpse at under-the-radar affinities that transcend cultures and borders -- from the way people snack in China and Saudi Arabia to how people shop for clothes in the US and Russia. "There are patterns where you least expect them," she says -- and paying attention to them just might bring the world a little bit closer.
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More than a decade ago, roboticist Dennis Hong debuted a new generation of cutting-edge robots. Now he's back to reveal how his lab at UCLA has eclipsed its own achievements with a fleet of wildly advanced and delightful humanoid robots. Part demo, part time capsule, part glance into the future, Hong brings you into the excitement and potential of the next evolution in robotics engineering.
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What does inclusive leadership look like? Artist and TED Fellow Constance Hockaday shares how the captain of a trans-Atlantic community raft taught her how to voice her hopes and desires, inspiring a vision of possibility for the future. Hockaday calls for mentors everywhere to step up and invites aspiring leaders to answer one crucial question in order to unlock their agency and power.
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Several crises are set to define the next century -- but journalist Aaron Bastani believes we have the technological ability to meet our biggest challenges and create unprecedented levels of prosperity for all. He shows how we could get there by ditching capitalism as the world's economic operating system and adopting "universal basic services," where governments would freely provide life essentials like housing, health care, education and transport. (Followed by Q&A with head of TED Chris Anderson and public finance expert Maja Bosnic)
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Our memories and bodies give us clues about who we are, but what happens when this guidance shifts? In this mind-bending talk, science writer Anil Ananthaswamy shares how the experiences of "altered selves" -- resulting from schizophrenia, Alzheimer's, foreign limb syndrome or other conditions -- shed light on the constructed nature of identity. He breaks down where our sense of self comes from and invites us to challenge our assumptions about who we are, with the aim of building a better you and a better world.
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Farming is the worst thing humanity has ever done to the planet, says journalist George Monbiot. What's more: the global food system could be heading toward collapse. Detailing the technological solutions we need to radically reshape food production -- from lab-grown, protein-rich foods to crops that don't require plowing -- Monbiot shares a future-focused vision of how humanity could feed itself without destroying the planet.
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Depending on your lot in life, you may see the status quo as a result of unearned privilege or a simple reflection of merit. Backed by statistics and personal stories, lawyer Mariam Veiszadeh offers a much-needed perspective check on the quasi-equality touted in business today, calling for real change in workplace diversity and inclusion that routs out biases rather than replicating them.
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Right now, hundreds of thousands of people are "stuck" in the US criminal justice system. They've completed all of their requirements for release, but nobody knows it because the system is run on old databases that don't talk to each other. TED Fellow Clementine Jacoby describes how we can fix it -- bringing thousands of people home, reducing costs and improving public safety along the way.
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When human rights advocate Manu Peni returned to Papua New Guinea from abroad, he built a home for himself using modern techniques -- and promptly learned a harsh lesson on how the newest ideas aren't always the best ideas. Peni calls for us all to rethink who we consider experts, particularly when it comes to building in the face of climate change, showing how Indigenous wisdom must work in harmony with new science and technology if we want to create a sustainable future.
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Fresh Air

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About this podcast: Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radios most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with todays biggest luminaries.Subscribe to Fresh Air Plus! Youll be supporting the unique show you cant get enough of - and you can listen sponsor-free. Learn more at plus.npr.org/freshair

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Washington Post technology reporter Drew Harwell says the unpublished report shows that tech companies didn't respond to employees' warnings about violent rhetoric on their platforms.

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Author Jeff Guinn has written about cult leaders Charles Manson and Jim Jones. In the book, Waco, he draws on new interviews with federal agents and surviving Branch Davidians to revisit the 1993 confrontation, which left scores of people dead, including more than 20 children.

Also, TV critic David Bianculli reviews the new Peacock series Poker Face, starring Natasha Lyonne.

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F. Murray Abraham won the 1985 Best Actor Oscar for Amadeus. Now he co-stars in The White Lotus as Bert, a chauvinistic patriarch on vacation in Italy with his son and grandson. We talk about his career and life, and the lessons he learned along the way.

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After Hurricane Katrina in 2006, hundreds of workers from India were promised jobs and green cards in what labor organizer Saket Soni calls "one of the largest cases of forced labor in modern U.S. history." He tells their story in The Great Escape.

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We'll talk about the latest developments and strategies in the fight over abortion rights with Mary Ziegler, who has written several books on the law, history and politics of abortion. Her new book, Roe: The History of a National Obsession, is about how abortion has remained at the center of America's culture wars and political battles.

Also, we'll hear from writer Jonathan Escoffery. His semi-autobiographical collection of stories, If I Survive You, is on our book critic Maureen Corrigan's list of the best books of 2022. The main character, like Escoffery, is the American-born son of Jamaican immigrants, trying to figure out how race and racism work in America, and where he's supposed to fit.

Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews a new solo album from pianist and composer Kenny Baron.

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Rachael & Vilray's new album, I Love a Love Song, features them with a jazz ensemble. Most of their songs sound like something you would have heard on the radio in the '30s and '40s. Rachael is also the lead singer of the group Lake Street Dive. They spoke with Sam Briger in 2020.

Also, Maureen Corrigan reviews the novel This Other Eden, by Paul Harding, and Justin Chang reviews the new film Women Talking.

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Historian Matthew Connelly says government records are marked as "classified" three times every second — and many of them will never be declassified. We talk about what that means for the public and how this might change. His new book is The Declassification Engine.

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New York Times congressional correspondent Catie Edmondson says the new Republican-controlled House of Representatives will likely leverage their subpoena power to enact vengeance on the Biden administration. "The next two years is not going to be defined by governing and legislating. It is going to be defined by obstruction and clashes of personalities and investigation," she says.

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Legal historian Mary Ziegler has chronicled the legal, political and cultural battles around abortion, and says the debate is far from over: "We're at a moment of almost unprecedented uncertainty in the United States when it comes to abortion," Zielger says. Her book is Roe: The History of a National Obsession.

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Princeton African American Studies professor Imani Perry says the South can be seen as an "origin point" for the way the nation operates. Her book, South to America, reflects on the region's history and traces the steps of an enslaved ancestor. "The South in some ways becomes the repository for the nation's sins, right?" she says. "And then it allows the rest of the country to conceive of itself as relatively pristine." South to America won the National Book Award for nonfiction in 2022.

Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews pianist Kenny Barron's album The Source.
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About this podcast: Ready to shake things up? Kaitlyn is creating a space where girls (and gents) can feel empowered to be themselves... because theres more to life than Instagram, right? Kaitlyn isnt afraid to keep it real as she talks with her amazing guests! Get ready for lots of laughs, candid convo, taboo topics, unfiltered advice, and wine... lots of wine!

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While Kaitlyn is away doing her own inner child work, we thought why not bring some more resources to the Vinos? Two licensed therapists, Emmalee and Jennifer AKA the ShrinkChicks, are diving even deeper into the topics discussed in Tuesday’s inner child work episode. They’re answering all of your questions when it comes to embracing your inner child and entering your healing journey: Is this work going to change how I feel about my parents? How can we recognize and unlearn our childhood patterns? How can we alter the stories we tell ourselves? Plus, they share resources to get started on your healing journey whether you’re looking to enter traditional therapy or hoping to do this work on your own. They wrap by calling some therapy BS and practicing what they preach by embracing their inner children and delivering some quality therapist jokes. 

Books Emmalee and Jennifer would recommend include: 

  • Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents by Lindsay Gibson 
  • Recovery of Your Inner Child by Lucia Cappacione
  • No Bad Parts by Richard Schwartz
  • Homecoming: Reclaiming and Healing Your Inner Child by John Bradshaw
  • It Didn’t Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle by Mark Wolynn
  • Parent Yourself Again: Love Yourself the Way You Have Always Wanted to Be Loved (Self-Compassion) by Yong Kang Chan

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Before Kaitlyn departed for her week-long therapy retreat, she brought in two experts to help us learn more about inner child work. Emmalee and Jennifer, AKA the ShrinkChicks, join the pod to explain everything inner child: Who is our inner child? Does everyone need to do inner child work, or what are some signs we should? How can we raise our children without harming their inner child? And what can we do to work on our inner child outside of traditional therapy (there’s plenty!)? Em, Jen, and KB are very vulnerable in today’s episode as they use examples from their personal lives to dig deep into inner child wounds, anti-relational behaviors and cycles we fall into, and even share confessions from their childhood. Stay tuned for Thursday’s Grape Therapy where the ShrinkChicks return to answer all of YOUR questions about inner child work. In the meantime, be sure to check out their podcast to learn about inner child work and much more.

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Kaitlyn’s BFF, the tater to her tot, and professional face poker (AKA injector) Kat Campbell is back on the podcast! This is one of those episodes you put in your ear holes when you just want to hang out with two weirdos, and is there really anything better? KB and Kat recap their recent trip to the zoo with bb Chandler and talk about the joys (and potential pitfalls) of motherhood. They’re also getting into all things Botox and skincare, their first impressions of each other, some friendship BTS, and playing games that involve the alphabet, celebrity smells, and putting their bestie to the testie. Listen to KB’s previous episode with Kat HERE

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Dreams are absolutely fascinating … but also can be really frikkin’ confusing and strange. So, to get all the answers to her many questions, Kaitlyn invited dream expert, speaker, and author Kelly Sullivan Walden AKA Doctor Dream on the pod to hear directly from the source! Kaitlyn and Kelly are talking about all things dreams and dreaming: Does every dream mean something? How can we remember our dreams? What is going on with reoccurring dreams and can we put an end to them? And, what are precognitive dreams and how do we know if we’re experiencing them? Kaitlyn is diving into a reoccurring dream of her own and Kelly shares why Kaitlyn’s dreams might be indicating what’s next for her. Kelly also explains her OGLE method and how to apply it to your own life in real time. To learn more about Kelly and get her books, visit kellysullivanwalden.com, and to get started on your own dream journey, visit kellysullivanwalden.com/dreamwork! 

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Today’s episode is part of Kaitlyn’s (and hopefully all of the Vino’s) healing journey for the year ahead! Kaitlyn’s new friend Morris Weintraub, Breathing Coach & Breathwork Instructor, joins for a deep dive into all things breathing and breathwork, teaching us how we can work with our bodies to calm our minds and ultimately rise to a higher level of consciousness. Morris expands on his own healing journey, including how he found breathwork and how breathwork can be used to produce similar results as and prepare for plant medicine journeys. The two talk types of breathing modalities, explain how we can breathe to manage our anxiety, and get into the behind the scenes of how and why breathing techniques work for our bodies and minds. Plus, be sure to check out Morris’s free anxiety playbook series for the Vinos, which you can find on his website (MorrisWeintraub.com/OTV) as well as his upcoming event with James Nestor. We’re calling 2023 the year of healing, and we’re just getting started.

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These two were long overdue to join the Vinos so today, KB, Clea, and Joanna are catching up on what has happened in the past 5 (!!) years since they were on the pod. It’s safe to say a lot has gone down in the past half-decade; Clea has overcome cancer, the two have found more success than ever, and both women still know how to share a cringeworthy confession. Clea and Joanna share their intentions going into 2023, reveal whose house they want to organize and the weirdest items they’ve had to organize in the past, and give a behind the scenes on Nashville’s most beautiful friendship. The three peas on the pod definitely have a lot of Best Friend Energy, which is perfect since that’s the name of Clea & Joanna’s new pod, where they will be hanging out on the mic just like they are today. Plus, they’re answering all of your questions and sharing what it’s like working with the one and only Reese Witherspoon who recently acquired their company. 

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It’s been a minute since we had the duo that is KB and JT on the pod, and today they’re sharing with the Vinos their highs, lows, and Buffalos (don’t worry, we’ll explain) from 2022 and their hopes for the year ahead. As usual, they’re not holding back as they talk about everything from misophonia support groups (IYKYK) and their latest content recommendations to struggles from 2022 and Kaitlyn’s upcoming application to be Megan Fox’s girlfriend/doppelganger. Plus, they’re both sharing the therapy techniques they’ve tried or are looking forward to exploring in order to continue to grow through 2023, from storyboarding to journaling to Kaitlyn’s upcoming retreat. This year may be off to a pretty weird start, but it’s only up from here.  

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We’re starting the New Year off right with a highly-requested member of the OTV family… Arielle Vandenberg! While both Kaitlyn and Arielle spent Y2K feeling like the world might end, this year is very different; they’re both excited and rejuvenated as they head into 2023. This year, Arielle will become one of the stars of The White Lotus and Kaitlyn’s pod will be turned into a TV show for both your eyeballs and earholes to enjoy. The two are recapping Arielle’s recent visit to Nashville (after a very enlightening experience that Arielle will tell us all about), manifesting for the year ahead, celebrating what they’re thankful for in the present moment, and getting into their 2023 bucket lists. Plus, they’re sharing worst date stories, finding out the truth about Libras and potato socks, and telling us why the jig is officially up this year.

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Haley and her sister Small T!ts McGee AKA Kaitlyn No Breastowes are back on the mic for round two of our holiday giveaways! They are here to spread some more cheer by playing a game of winter trivia and then hearing two incredible confessions from Vinos who are not afraid of TMI. We’re going to need an update on the first confession involving sexy time, because this is a question that cannot go unanswered. And, the second confession will have you second guessing if you should head to Italy for your next vacay. Plus, they are sharing their words for 2023 since this is the last episode before the New Year (WHAT!?) and trying to guess the same words at the same time… which goes interestingly!? 

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Kaitlyn and sis Haley are in your earholes today to spread holiday cheer by doing an ole giveaway for the Vinos who continue to support Kaitlyn, offering them the chance to win some prizes from KB’s amazing besties who are also entrepreneurs. Oh, and naturally, they’re also discussing quantum jumping (or hoppin’), timeline shifting, and the most interesting topic of all, our own dreams. Haley and KB are catching up on all things fam and young love before they quantum jump into the reason we’re all gathered here today: Vino giveaways! They’re dialin’ up a few lucky callers who are playing games of “Beat KB” where they compete against the host herself to win prizes for their loved ones. Tune in next week to get even more seester time and hear some Vino confessions that will have you LOLing through the season. 

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The Bob Lefsetz Podcast

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About this podcast: Bob Lefsetz is the author of “The Lefsetz Letter.” Listen to his new podcast where hell address the issues at the core of the music business, internet, and the world at large.

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Of the Modern Lovers. Of the Talking Heads. We cover it all!

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Spencer Proffer made his name producing records, most notably Quiet Riot's "Metal Health," which sold in excess of ten million copies, and now he's producing movies, most recently "The Day the Music Died: The Story of Don McLean's 'American Pie.'" Proffer is a hustler/entrepreneur/survivor with a long history in entertainment, tune in for the story of his career.

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She's honest, real and articulate. You want to listen to this, whether you're a fan or not!

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Come for the Chess Records stories, stay for the Rolling Stones stories!

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The one and only! Taj is serving as the NYU/Americana Artist-in-Residence for 2022-23. Intelligent, feisty and as sharp as ever, Taj tells us about growing up, his adventures with major labels and independents, and how he has sustained his career all these years. Revered by his compatriots, this is a chance to experience the magic of the man himself!

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Of the Moody Blues...

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"Washington Post" tech correspondent Taylor Lorenz is the number one reporter on social media. We go through all the platforms, their history and where they are going. Taylor is deep into it, she's not only a scribe, but a player in the sphere. She's the one you need to listen to!

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Listen to how legendary deejay and program director Scott Shannon ran away from home, got drafted, and ended up creating the Morning Zoo and building WHTZ into the #1 radio station in New York. Scott is a music lover who is a natural raconteur, you'll love hearing his story.

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There's a new documentary about John Waite, "The Hard Way." We discuss the film as well as John's career. John is an artist who never stops creating, he's a true believer, you will find him intriguing.

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Talking to Electronic Arts' President of Music Steve Schnur was the highlight of my week, and I'm not even a gamer! It made me excited about music. It made me envy his job. Listen and you'll get excited too! (And learn plenty!)

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Talk Ville

from Tom Welling & Michael Rosenbaum
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Most recent episode: Jan 25, 2023 08:10 AM
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About this podcast: It was only a matter of time! Join costars Tom Welling (Clark Kent) and Michael Rosenbaum (Lex Luthor) as they take you behind the scenes of one of the greatest shows of all time, Smallville. With this weekly dose of nostalgia you will get an inside look at what it was like to film each episode and hear fun facts that only those on set could tell you! Tag along with Michael and Tom to revisit the iconic series that changed the way you look at one of America’s favorite superheroes!

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Join Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum as they break down the countless instances of deceit in this week’s rewatch of Season 2 Episode 3: DUPLICITY … whole lot of lying going on. The guys show love to the performance of Sam Jones III in a pivotal Pete episode and discuss the unique decisions Joe Morton made off script in his sendoff as Dr. Hamilton. Tom talks about what went into Clark ‘stopping a car’ and debates whether or not Lionel was actually blind. Michael talks about the absurdity of Lana snapping over Clark’s ambiguity and how he would have handled learning Clark’s secret. Going to get Sam on later this season… promise! __________________________________________________ 💖 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/talkville ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 👕 New Merch: https://shop.talkvillepodcast.com __________________________________________________ Watch or listen to more episodes! 📺 https://talkvillepodcast.com/show __________________________________________________ Follow us online! 📸 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkvillepodcast/ 🤣 TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thetalkvillepodcast 📘 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/talkvillepodcast 🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkvillepod 🌐 Website: https://www.talkvillepodcast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Might be one of those “show episode was ehh but the rewatch was good” type of weeks - this week as Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum revisit Season 2 Episode 2: HEAT. We find out this episode’s idea to be included in the pilot was canned, and maybe for good reason? Tom remembers what it was like portraying Clark’s pubescent discovery of heat vision, Michael questions why every single sultry single got cut from the show, and we all find out why Smallville was so sweaty in this episode. Enjoy! Thank you to our sponsors: ❤️ Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/talkville 🥬 Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/talkville __________________________________________________ 💖 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/talkville ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 👕 New Merch: https://shop.talkvillepodcast.com __________________________________________________ Watch or listen to more episodes! 📺 https://talkvillepodcast.com/show __________________________________________________ Follow us online! 📸 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkvillepodcast/ 🤣 TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thetalkvillepodcast 📘 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/talkvillepodcast 🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkvillepod 🌐 Website: https://www.talkvillepodcast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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We’re baaack! It’s a new year and a brand new season of our rewatch. This week Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum dive into Season 2 Episode 1 of Smallville: Vortex. They pick up on the tornado cliffhanger from last season’s finale and discuss what it was like behind the scenes to shoot something of that magnitude. The guys also talk about what it was like jumping back into their characters after a hiatus, the emotionally powerful choices taken by John Schneider in this episode, and their feelings around Clark putting on his patented red jacket, blue shirt combo. Thank you to our sponsors: ❤️ Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/talkville 🥬 Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/talkville 🛡️ Policygenius: https://policygenius.com __________________________________________________ 💖 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/talkville ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 👕 New Merch: https://shop.talkvillepodcast.com __________________________________________________ Watch or listen to more episodes! 📺 https://talkvillepodcast.com/show __________________________________________________ Follow us online! 📸 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkvillepodcast/ 🤣 TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thetalkvillepodcast 📘 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/talkvillepodcast 🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkvillepod 🌐 Website: https://www.talkvillepodcast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Last stop before Season 2! This week we revisit our convos with some of the guests who were responsible for making Smallville the incredible show it still is. Including, but not limited to, the work behind the scenes from Al Gough, Miles Millar, Glenn Winter, and Greg Beeman … and the lasting performances on screen from Kristin Kreuk, John Schneider, and John Glover. These were some of our favorite moments from these guests in Season 1. Can’t wait to share who we have planned for Season 2. Thank you to these lovely folks: 🥬 Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/talkville ❤️ Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/talkville ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Before we jump into Season 2, it’s time we recap some of the best moments from Season 1 of Smallville… and there were a lot! Here’s a little compilation episode of Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum revisiting the first season of the show that changed both their lives. This episode covers some of the major threads we got into this season - from FOTW, to risky stunts, to effects that were cutting edge, to suspension of disbelief. Hope you folks enjoy it. Thank you to these lovely folks: 🥬 Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/talkville ❤️ Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/talkville ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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It just wouldn’t be right wrapping up this season without him. The mane, the myth, and the legend John Glover, aka Lionel Luthor, joins Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum as we officially wrap up our rewatch of Season 1 of Smallville and the finale episode Tempest. It was a treat talking to Glover. He remembered what it was like going from a guest star to a regular, how deep the theme of family was in the show, and his true opinion on the character of Lionel Luthor. The guys close the episode by discussing some of the fan voted ‘best of’ moments from Season 1. Any nominations and/ or selections surprise you? ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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That flew by fast… This week Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum review Episode 21 of Smallville, the Season 1 Finale, TEMPEST. From tornado effects, to a Remy Zero live performance, and fighting Luthors, this episode has it all. Not only do the guys review the series’ first cliffhanger episode, but we also leave our rewatch on a bit of a cliffhanger as well. This is the first part of a two part Finale Extravaganza!! Next week we have a highly anticipated guest, give our scores for Tempest, and then review some of the fan voted ‘Best Of’ Season 1 moments. Enjoy! ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Thank you to our Sponsor: 🛡️ Policygenius: https://policygenius.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Join Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum as they share their pinhole point of view on this week’s review of Smallville Episode #20: OBSCURA. The guys grapple with the suspension of disbelief surrounding this particular FOTW episode and explore the drama surrounding the “Clana” vs “Chlark” relationships being developed. Tom fondly remembers the technique to some of the oners in this episode and finds flaws with some of the logic with Clark’s powers we see. Michael realizes what he’s been signing all these years and has issues with Jonathan Kent being too obvious in this episode. BIG finale next week. Don’t miss it. ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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We couldn’t wait to have him on… Join Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum as we dissect the double entendres in Smallville Episode 19 (Crush) with a very special guest: Glenn Winter. In his first of many appearances he’ll have with us, Glenn talks about the impact Smallville had on his young career, his favorite directors throughout the series, and some nostalgic behind the scenes stories. In our review of Crush, Tom talks about the grounded performance of Adam Brody and Clark’s complicated relationship with Lana. Michael sheds a tear for Principal Kwan and remembers how he got out of the funeral scene. ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Join us this week as Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum review Smallville Episode 18: Drone… with a very special guest. The guys discuss the A storyline of the Bee storyline and try to grapple with the suspension of disbelief this close to the end of Season 1. Michael gushes over his admiration for Principal Kwan, Tom defends his ‘every four episodes’ theory, and both guys get schooled on the art of Smallville podcasting. Fun episode this week, let us know what you would score this one!! BIG thank you to Zach Moore ( @alwaysmallville ) for joining us this week! Give the guy some love over on his show!! ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Thank you to our Sponsor: ❤️ Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/talkville Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris, audio engineer for “My Favorite Murder,” talk to cat people because they cant talk to their cats.

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On episode THREE HUNDRED NINETY-ONE of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven welcome Hauspanther’s Kate Benjamin (co-author of Catify to Satisfy and Catification) to chat cats and creating a feline friendly-home. She shares her journey into starting Hauspanther, talks about her cats (twelve!), and gives us a lot of great cat furniture tips, and so much more! The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

New episodes every Wednesday! Please rate and subscribe in iTunes: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast

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Catify to Satisfy: Simple Solutions for Creating a Cat-Friendly Home - https://bookshop.org/a/13751/9780399176999 

Catification: Designing a Happy and Stylish Home for Your Cat (and You!) - https://bookshop.org/a/13751/9780399166013 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/home/2022/11/18/cat-litter-box-small-apartment/ 

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Hosted by Ash Kelley and Alaina Urquhart from the hit show Morbid.

When 90-year-old Laurence Pilgeram drops dead on the sidewalk outside his condo, you might think that’s the end of his story. But, really, it’s just the beginning. Because Laurence and others like him have signed up to be frozen and brought back to life in the future. And that belief will pull multiple generations of the Pilgeram family into a cryonics soap opera filled with dead pets, gold coins, grenades, fist fights, mysterious packages, family feuds, Hall of Fame baseball legends, and frozen heads — lots of frozen heads. From Wondery, comes a story about life, death, and what comes next.

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On episode THREE HUNDRED NINETY of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven welcome comic writer and podcaster Ashley Victoria Robinson (Geek History Lesson) to chat about her cat, Brego! We learn Brego’s origin story, hear a harrowing fire story, talk plants, and more! The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

New episodes every Wednesday! Please rate and subscribe in iTunes: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast

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On episode THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY-NINE of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven catch up from the holidays and read some listener mail about your cats! The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

New episodes every Wednesday! Please rate and subscribe in iTunes: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast

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Check out Steven’s new podcast, See Jurassic Right: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/see-jurassic-right/id1239538917?mt=2

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On episode THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY-EIGHT of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven look back at the year and share their favorite episodes of 2022! The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

New episodes every Wednesday! Please rate and subscribe in iTunes: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast

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Check out Steven’s new podcast, See Jurassic Right: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/see-jurassic-right/id1239538917?mt=2

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On episode THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY-SEVEN of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven look back at all the fascinating cat (and wild cat) news of 2022! The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

New episodes every Wednesday! Please rate and subscribe in iTunes: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast

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Flossie, the world's oldest living cat, is nearly 27 years old - https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2022/11/24/uk/flossie-oldest-living-cat-intl-scli-gbr/index.html

World’s oldest cat confirmed at almost 27 years old - https://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/news/2022/11/worlds-oldest-cat-confirmed-at-almost-27-years-old-726391

Man seriously hurt after tripping over pet kitten 'has nine lives' - https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-leicestershire-63649144 

A stowaway cat snuck into a suitcase. TSA thwarted his travel plans - https://www.washingtonpost.com/travel/2022/11/22/stowaway-cat-checked-bag-tsa/ 

Harriet the cat, who went missing in California, found nine years later in Idaho - https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2022/10/07/missing-cat-california-found-after-nine-years-idaho/8197285001/  

Natural History Museum Issues Statement on the Passing of P-22, Los Angeles’ Famous Mountain Lion - https://nhm.org/press/natural-history-museum-issues-statement-passing-p-22-los-angeles-famous-mountain-lion  

Your Cat Wants a Talk With You, and Only You - https://www.usnews.com/news/health-news/articles/2022-10-27/your-cat-wants-a-talk-with-you-and-only-you 

Cats Now Have an FDA-Approved Pill to Treat Their Diabetes - https://www.usnews.com/news/health-news/articles/2022-12-09/cats-now-have-an-fda-approved-pill-to-treat-their-diabetes

Researchers performed whole-genome sequencing of a house cat infected with coronavirus last year - https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/03/220301162011.htm  

New study documents first male jaguar coalitions, challenging idea of species as strictly solitary - https://phys.org/news/2022-12-documents-male-jaguar-coalitions-idea.html  

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Check out Steven’s new podcast, See Jurassic Right: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/see-jurassic-right/id1239538917?mt=2

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On episode THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY-SIX of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven celebrate Christmas by watching and commenting along with the Sabrina The Teenage Witch episode, "A Girl and Her Cat." Follow along with us by watching it on YouTube, sync up with us around 18:40 in this episode). The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

New episodes every Wednesday! Please rate and subscribe in iTunes: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast

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Check out Steven’s new podcast, See Jurassic Right: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/see-jurassic-right/id1239538917?mt=2

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On episode THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY-FIVE of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven continue their deep dive of a vintage daily cat calendar from 1990 focusing this time on the month of December! The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

New episodes every Wednesday! Please rate and subscribe in iTunes: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast

 

Email us! thepurrrcast@gmail.com

 

Consider donating to Black Lives Matter: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ms_blm_homepage_2019

 

- COVID-19 FAQs - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/faq.html

 

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Sign the Petition: https://www.change.org/p/adams-county-district-attorney-justice-for-elijah-mcclain-88600e12-fb72-41e4-9137-030a1dcaf695  

Call city and state officials to demand justice: https://justiceforelijahmcclain.yolasite.com/ 

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On episode THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY-FOUR of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven watch and comment along with episode 1 of the classic 80s Heathcliff cartoon. Follow along with us by watching it FOR FREE on YouTube, sync up with us around 24:23 in this episode). The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

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On episode THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY-THREE of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven catch up about Sara’s recent move, and more! The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

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About this podcast: New York Times critic Dwight Garner says “The Slate Culture Gabfest is one of the highlights of my week.” The award-winning Culturefest features critics Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner debating the week in culture, from highbrow to pop. For more of Slate’s culture podcasts, check out the Slate Culture feed.

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This week, Dana, Julia, and Stephen start by discussing the film, Women Talking. Then they chat about the new U.K. import Traitors with Slate’s own Carl Wilson. Finally, they finish by talking ChatGPT and the coming of AI chatbots. In Slate Plus, the panel talks about this year’s Oscar nominations.    Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Also, we're hiring! If you'd like to apply to be the production assistant for the Culture Gabfest, please send a cover letter with two suggestions for topics to culturegabfestassistant@gmail.com. Endorsements:  Dana: Werner Herzog is in his somber, elegiac mode with The Fire Within: A Requiem for Katia and Maurice Krafft. Not to be confused with Fire of Love, about the same people, but made by Sara Dosa.  Julia: Endorsing the third season of Never Have I Ever. It’s such a good show. Sometimes I take for granted the variety of things being made.  Stephen: Two things: 1. I am comically late on Better Call Saul. 2. Sam Gendel is a young L.A. jazz guy with a DGAF attitude towards even the music he makes, in a weird way. The album is called blueblue. Just amazing.  Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. Outro music: "Last Sunday" by OTE. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, Dana and Julia are joined by Slate writer Dan Kois. They start by discussing HBO’s new series, The Last of Us, a video game adaptation with culture editor and writer at The New Yorker, Alex Barasch. Then they discuss the French film, Saint Omer, shortlisted for Best International Film at the 2023 Oscars. Finally, they finish by talking about Dan's essay on how the Trunchbull, the formidable villain of Roald Dahl’s 1988 novel Matilda, is still evolving.  Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements:  Dan: Two books publishing this week, an anti-romantic comedy, Really Good, Actually by Monica Heisey, about a young woman in Toronto failing to deal with her divorce, and a novel by Matthew Salesses titled The Sense of Wonder about the ways Asian Americans navigate the worlds of sports and entertainment when everything is stacked against them.  Julia: The Smitten Kitchen recipe for seven-yolk pasta dough. Dana: An unexpected yet beautiful viral Twitter thread by @annethegnome about mushrooms. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. Outro music: "Pull Me Out" by Mike Stringer. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, Dana, Julia, and Stephen begin by reviewing the very buzzy horror comedy M3GAN. Then the panel dives into Slate’s annual movie club. Finally, L.A. Times columnist Carolina A. Miranda joins to talk about her article on how TikTok is changing our culture.   In Slate Plus, the panel answers a listener's question about whether it is more fun to love or hate a piece of art when working as a critic.  Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements:  Dana: Eleonor Bindman is an incredible pianist, arranger, and transcriber. Her big thing is transcription of Bach for four-hand piano. I’ve seen her play a duet with another person and the four hands do things the two hands can’t. Her newest release is J.S. Bach: Orchestral Suites (transcribed for piano duet by Eleonor Bindman), which is performed by Bindman and Susan Sobolewski. Also, go follow her on social media and just learn about Bach from her.  Julia: I think regular listeners know that I like to bake. I am endorsing a cookbook that was recommended to me by the L.A. Times newsletter. It’s A Good Day to Bake: Simple Baking Recipes for Every Mood by Benjamina Ebuehi, who was a contestant on The Great British Bake Off. For my husband’s birthday we made a olive oil flourless chocolate cake that you cover in a ganache frosting. Wow, it’s a great recipe.  BONUS: Here's Julia's piece about her family's famous potato balls: https://www.latimes.com/food/story/2022-12-21/holiday-family-german-potato-balls Stephen: Zadie Smith has written a definitive essay about the movie that most stayed with me from last year: Tár. It is a masterpiece. My admiration for Zadie Smith as a critic is hitting a zenith and I thought it couldn’t get any higher than it already was. Dear God, the woman is just deft and delightful and deep. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. Outro music: "Self Made Woman" by Katharine Appleton. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, Dana, Julia, and Stephen bring you their yearly call-in episode where they answer questions from Culture Gabfest listeners.  In Slate Plus, the panel answers one final question from a listener named James.  Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. Outro music: "Blue Nights and Yellow Days" by Matt Large. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, we're taking a break from our usual programming to bring you a great episode of Slate's "Working" podcast. In it, host June Thomas talks to author Taffy Brodesser-Akner, who recently adapted her novel Fleishman is in Trouble into a limited series for Hulu. After the interview, June and co-host Isaac Butler discuss the faulty metric of character likeability in both fiction and nonfiction. They also chat about creative collaboration and tough career decisions.  In the exclusive Slate Plus segment, Taffy tells a story about her upcoming novel, Long Island Compromise.  If you enjoy this episode, make sure to subscribe to Working wherever you get your podcasts. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, Dana, Julia, and Stephen get started by discussing Avatar: The Way of Water. Then they discuss the new Netflix documentary series Harry & Meghan. Finally, they finish by talking about the new Lensa AI art app and all the photos it’s generating online. In Slate Plus, the panel answers a listener question about which works of art they like to revisit again and again? Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements Dana: Spending an afternoon at the Aftel Archive of Curious Scents in Berkeley, California. Julia: The videos of Front Porch Dad on Instagram.  Stephen: The essay “Ol’ Blue Eyes,” by Simon Callow about Paul Newman in the New York Review of Books. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. Outro music: "Lonely Calling" by Arc De Soleil. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, Isaac Butler and Dan Kois fill in for Stephen and Dana, joining to chat about Netflix’s new series, Wednesday. Then, they talk about the documentary, All the Beauty and the Bloodshed. Finally, they discuss what our Spotify Wrapped results tell us about ourselves.  In Slate Plus, the panel shares a fun follow-up on one of Julia’s recent endorsements.  Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements Dan: I’m endorsing a delightful book called What Artists Wear by Charlie Porter. It is exactly what it sounds like. This book really reminded me that art is work and it demands respect as a result of that, but it also reminds you that artists are often total, delightful weirdos.  Julia: Somehow I didn’t yet share the song that I liked best in 2022. It’s a song I considered submitting for Summer Strut. Frankly, I’m a little bit embarrassed because it’s a song about having breasts and really enjoying having breasts. It’s “Coconuts” by Kim Petras. It’s very funny and very peppy.  Isaac: I’m endorsing Connie Willis’ wonderful novel, To Say Nothing of the Dog. It is incredibly funny. The Victorian era gets satirized brilliantly. It’s just a soup-to-nuts delight. If you’re looking to have a really fun week of reading on your hands, this book is a great bet.  Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. Outro music is "Pike Place Market" by Rockin' For Decades. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, the Gabfest team starts by discussing Spirited, the new AppleTV+ musical comedy starring Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell. Then, they talk about comedian Matt Rogers’ new Showtime special, Have You Heard of Christmas?. Finally, a chat about the sending and receiving of holiday cards.  In Slate Plus, the panel talks about when the holiday season officially begins for each of them. Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements Dana: Natalie Walker is a wonderful actress, singer, and performer. My Christmas gift to you is to send you down a rabbit hole of her work, and I suggest that you start with her performance of the song Cabaret. She was in Matt Rogers’ special but not singing or performing cabaret.  (Also, listeners can learn about Dana's weeklong series in Berkeley here: https://bampfa.org/program/camera-man-buster-keaton.) Julia: About 10 years ago on the show I described my favorite childhood picture book which was long out of print. Well now for some reason the book is being republished in a new edition in the U.S. and Australia. The book is Need a House? Call Miss Mouse! and it is written by George Mendoza and illustrated by Susan Smith. I am so glad this book is going to be available.  Steve: This is one of the weirder endorsements I think I’ve ever dropped. I’m endorsing Lana Del Rey. She joins a list of artists who manage to get deep, deep, deep into the weird shallows of the American character. I think there’s something special happening in her music.  Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. Outro music is "What Do You Want From Me" by OTE. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, Sam Adam sits in for Julia as the panel begins by reviewing Steven Spielberg’s new semi-autobiographical film, The Fablemans. Then, a discussion about the Hulu limited series Welcome to Chippendales. Finally, a chat about Ticketmaster.  In Slate Plus, the panel answers a listener question about the songs that make us cry.  Email us at culturefest@slate.com.   Endorsements   Dana: Inspired by chatting about the new Chippendales series this week, my endorsement is the true, non-fictionalized version of the story told by the podcast Welcome to Your Fantasy.    Sam: Endorsing a very specific version of A Christmas Carol. The one-man show version currently on Broadway performed by Jefferson Mays is excellent. Sometimes I find myself wondering if there is any need for another version of A Christmas Carol and this sort of answers that question.    Steve: Singer/songwriter Jessica Pratt is very highly regarded and I wanted to get into her music, but I had trouble until I listened to the song, Back, Baby. Also, saxophonist Ike Quebec. I am absolutely digging his album Blue & Sentimental.    Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama.   Outro music is "Stone Cookies" by Dusty Decks. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, Jamelle Bouie sits in for Dana as the panel begins by reviewing She Said, the new film about investigating the Harvey Weinstein story. Then, a discussion about the Hulu limited series Fleishman is in Trouble. Finally, they chat about the auction of Joan Didion’s private items.    In Slate Plus, the panel talks to the very online Jamelle Bouie about the recent wild weeks of Twitter.    Email us at culturefest@slate.com.   Endorsements   Jamelle: The Criteron release of Spike Lee’s Malcolm X. Biopics have fallen out of style for the most part. I rewatched it last year and I came away struck not just by the sheer ambition of it, but the extent to which it is such a love letter to classic Hollywood.     Julia: My endorsement is episode 10 of Andor. It’s a great episode in a bunch of ways, but also the episode ends with an incredible monologue by Stellan Sarsgaard. It’s an incredible piece of writing and performance.    Steve: I like this song. I don’t know much about it, but a friend sent it to me. It’s Super Rich Kids and it’s a cover of a Frank Ocean song. This version is from Trio SR9 featuring Malik Djoudi   Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama.   Outro music is "Did I Make You Wait" by Staffan Carlen. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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About this podcast: Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where weve just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org.

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If you live in South Africa, you definitely know someone who runs ultra-marathons, probably lots of someones. Here, ultras are the stuff of a whole country’s new years resolutions and mid-life crises. They’re the kind of thing that a totally ordinary, not-athletic person wakes up one day and decides they’re going to do -- and then does.  In one of the most economically unequal countries in the world, extreme distance running is a sport that feels like it includes everybody. And improbably, that inclusiveness happened during one of the darkest, most divided moments in South Africa’s history – during the final years of apartheid. 

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Back in 2017 we ran an episode about the history of Brazil's iconic, yellow national soccer jersey. We were reminded of that story during the recent world cup, and then again on January 8th as a mob of right wing rioters attacked the Brazilian capital, many of them wearing those iconic yellow shirts. Needless to say the story of the yellow jersey has taken some real twists and turns in recent years, so today we’re going to rerun the original story about the jersey’s origins, and then producer Emmett Fitzgerald is going to update us on everything that has happened since.

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We’re kicking off the new year at 99pi with a fresh installment of mini-stories, including: what lies at the intersection of a street and a road; the most unlikely of theme parks; and the evolution of ancient alleyways in Beijing, China.

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This time of year, right in the middle of the holiday season, there's a beloved, frenzied tradition playing out in Filipino households all around the world, with which reporter Gabrielle Berbey is intimately familiar. A Balikbayan box is a huge cardboard box (often weighing over 100 pounds) that Filipinos living all over the world send to family members who are still living in the Philippines. The word Balikbayan literally means homecoming in Tagalog.

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The whole conceit of this show is that if look at the world in the right way, you’ll see stories everywhere. Some of the stories are epic power struggles chronicling the construction of a famous skyscraper or the founding of a city; but other stories are more modest, smaller in scope and scale. We call those mini-stories and they're part of an ongoing, end-of-the-year tradition in which 99pi producers and friends of the show talk to host Roman Mars about something cool and fun that you can tell your friends or family about during a holiday get together.

You’ll hear about a very, very long escalator! Beavers dropping from the sky!  We’ll hear from Janet, Miss Jackson if you’re nasty! Plus a visit from the queen! 

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If you’ve ever flipped through the radio dial — not satellite, not podcasts, but good old-fashioned AM and FM radio — you may have noticed something. Right wing radio talk is everywhere.

But the airwaves weren't always so dominated by such a narrow range of voices. Reporter and friend of the show Katie Thornton has the story of how talk radio has evolved (and perhaps devolved at times) over the past century, and what all of it means for the airwaves today.

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Wildlife and urban development don’t usually go well together. Roads in particular fracture the habitats of wide-ranging animals. It restricts their movements and makes it harder for them to find food or a mate. But biologists and urban planners have started working together –- crafting a plan to try to help pumas move more safely around the city. And in the process this one cat, dubbed P-22, has turned into something of a celebrity—the symbol of a movement to redesign our cities and make the built environment more friendly to animals.

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Los Angeles' El Peatonito is part of a subset of real life superheroes who are more focused on things like picking up trash and taking on civic issues than catching criminals in alleys.

These super citizens take their inspiration from comic books but in some ways have more ambitious goals than defeating a make believe villain. They are out to solve big societal problems. Wherever a city is plagued by traffic accidents, or people are living on the streets…these heroes heed the call of service. 

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When people ask me what my favorite episode of 99% Invisible is, I have a hard time answering. Not because they’re all my precious little babies or some such nonsense, but mostly it’s because I just can’t remember them all and there’s no simple criteria to judge them against each other. But the show is definitely in contention for the best episode we’ve ever made. It just has everything– engaging storytellers, brilliant reporting, and a compelling history of a moment when the world really changed. It’s called the Freedom House Ambulance Service. It originally aired in the summer of 2020, when a lot of the fundamental aspects of work, life, health, law enforcement, structural racism, cities were all being questioned by more and more people because of COVID and the George Floyd protests. Kevin Hazzard, who reported the piece, subsequently released a whole book on the Freedom House Ambulance Service  called American Sirens: The Incredible Story of the Black Men Who Became America's First Paramedics. It’s new, it’s out now, you should buy it. should read it, it should be on all your Christmas lists. To celebrate the book’s release, I’m proud to re-present to you: The remarkable story of the Freedom House Ambulance Service.

 


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Funiculars are great, which is why the main image from our previous train episode featured one -- except we didn't actually talk about that one during the show. It's a cable car from Wellington, and as it turns out it's one of hundreds of funiculars in this city. Roman and Kurt are back with another series of railroad tales. All aboard!

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TRU Talks About Theater

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About this podcast: TRU, or Theater Resources Unlimited, was formed to promote a spirit of cooperation and support within the general theatre community by providing information and a variety of entertainment-related services and resources that strengthen the capacity of producing organizations, individuals producers, self-producing artists and other theater professionals.

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In the room: Eric Neal, founder of Third Act, the first-of-its-kind NFT marketplace for the theater community. Through NFT creation and issuance using year's the Hedera Token Service, productions can offer theatre-goers the next generation of authentic digital merchandise. Learn what NFT is, how it can range from one-of-a-kind collectibles to limited editions; what NFTs can offer a show in terms of marketing and community engagement; and how technology tracks the provenance of each item to assure authenticity. Though it sounds like an abstract concept, it actually has very practical applications. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: producer/videographer Jeremy Handelman of Off the Leash Productions; commercial producer Cody Lassen (How I Learned to Drive revival, Thoughts of a Colored Man, Tootsie, What the Constitution Means to Me,Indecent, Significant Other, Spring Awakening revival); and Gio Messale, head of content and producer specializing in Production, Acquisitions and Programming at BroadwayHD theatrical streaming platform. We'll look at using technology in creative ways to shake up "business as usual" in theater and better serve audiences; and consider current tastes and trends in the entertainment industry and how to tap into a post-shutdown consumer culture. Should we presume extensive Zoom fatigue by now, or has online medium reshaped the consumer experience? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: Kate Bussert/Bret Adams Ltd., Bonnie Davis/Bret Adams Ltd., Katie Gamelli/Paladin Artists and Lucy Powis/A3 Artists Agency. The effect of the shutdown on the role of literary agents: how contracts have changed, and the way of doing business in general has evolved. Will some of the changes remain even as live theater is reopening? Has the shutdown affected the development of new works, and has the role of an agent shifted in any way? Are opportunities for new works to flourish still limited, or simply different? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: Marcia Pendelton, founder and president of Walk Tall Girl Productions, a boutique marketing, audience development and group sales agency for the performing arts with a special emphasis placed on the theater. Recent credits: MJ, Thoughts of a Colored Man, Lackawanna Blues and Skeleton Crew. In addition her company provided marketing services for Choir Boy, Saint Joan, August Wilson’s Jitney, and Sweat as well as significant group sales support for Tina: The Tina Turner Musical and Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations. The good news: the current season has shown a significant increase in works by black writers produced by more diverse teams. The bad news: this long-awaited uptick happened during the reluctant post-pandemic reopening of theater. Will this conscious effort to bring more diverse voices to the stage have a lasting effect? Has it changed the makeup of the commercial Broadway audience? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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n the room: writer David Beardsley (Every Creeping Thing), writer John Busser (Obstacle), writer James McLindon (The First Anti-Vaxxers), writer Kristy Thomas (Only Black), writer Ian Patrick Williams (Slave Trade). A zoom reading can be as simple as talking heads in frames, but what do you do when you need to generate the sense of a real production with interaction and production values, and still adhere to the restrictions of shutdown? Though we're coming back to live performance, in order to use the Theatre Authority Benefit Agreement, TRUSpeak still needed to be shot virtually with actors in isolation. What happens to a play conceived for stage when it has to be rethought for virtual presentation? What did the writers learn, and what might they take with them into the future? What was it like having to think in film terms? What was lost, what was gained? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: Erik Bottcher, councilperson for New York City's 3rd district (Chelsea, Hell’s Kitchen, Greenwich Village, West SoHo, Hudson Square, Times Square, Garment District, Flatiron, Upper West Side); Aimee Todoroff, managing director League of Independent Theater. A followup to the conversation we had with Erik last fall. While government support for the arts is a given in many countries, why has America been slow to actively support our cultural voice? This touchstone of national identity is rarely even mentioned in political speeches about key issues that affect our country. Is it inevitable that other social issues be prioritized over the struggle of artists? In our educational system, why do sports outperform the arts in the arena of funding? Currently what is New York doing to support the return of theater and what are the most effective channels to go through to initiate necessary changes? And how are a politician’s well-meaning goals affected by the realities of the political world? We pose these questions to our honored guests as we hope to raise awareness of the needs of both the independent and commercial theater communities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In the room: Chris Grady, producer, director at CGO Institute, fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts, staunch networker; James Steel, a Scottish born commercial producer (Ushers) and specialist in ticketing and sales in the West End; and Megan Schadler, a New York based writer and producer exploring trans-National productions and producing for companies in New York and the UK, co-founder of The Fifth Producer multi-national collective. A follow-up to last October's conversation with Chris and Megan, a reality check on the UK scene and explorations of needs/hopes for the future. We'll also hear about current initiatives to foster stronger ties among producers, with a focus on international collaborations that generate opportunities to find what connects us all as human beings. Plus a dive into the differences in producing here in US versus UK, and the variables in reopening theater. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Friday 4/8 - Virtual Teamwork: "TRUSpeak" and the Director/Technologist Collaboration. In the room: director Andrea Andresakis (Slave Trade), director Glynn Borders (Obstacle), TRUSpeak technical director Iben Cenholt, editor Joe Nelms (Slave Trade), technologist Carley Santori (The First Anti-Vaxxers, Slave Trade). In transitioning from live performance to virtual for our TRUSpeak: Hear Our Voices! gala, TRU made a choice to bring on technical collaborators from day one when possible. We'll talk about the value of a director of photography and the absolute necessity for a creative editor, the advantages of bring them on early, what each does and how a director's vision is guided and often inspired by a tech-savvy collaborator. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Friday 4/1 - Success by Association: The Advantages of APAP for Getting Seen and Getting Booked. In the room: Sue Noseworthy, Director of Membership of Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP), and Mister Mojo of Mojo and the Bayou Gypsies. First, a basic overview of APAP as an association, and how they serve members with a specific focus on the APAP/NYC conference’s showcases and EXPO hall, plus their new colleagues program and information about joining. Then Mister Mojo will speak about smart ways to use this annual conference for extending your artistic reach, his personal experience as an artist member of APAP, and advice for others who are looking to join APAP and get on the radar of bookers around the country. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Friday 3/25 - Maximizing Your Visibility on Social Media. In the room: Benita Samuels, Linked In subject matter expert with The Visibility Solutions Group. Understanding of LinkedIn and social media platforms is the start, but the conversation will expand into broader marketing, strategy and business-driving initiatives for solopreneurs, including artists. Click here to watch the YouTube video - or click here to subscribe to our channel! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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About this podcast: Join the hosts of Add to Cart, comedian-writer-director Kulap Vilaysack and veteran journalist SuChin Pak, in a subversive take on consumerism. Each week, they have honest, revealing (sometimes TMI) conversations about all the big and little things they’re adding to, or removing from, their carts. They decide whats worth the monetary/emotional investment, and whats not. From beauty products and health trends, to celebrities and philosophies they’re passionate about, our hosts dig into anything we buy into and what it says about who we are.

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Carters, get starry-eyed. Acclaimed astrologer Heidi Rose Robbins is here to advise all of the signs on what to add and remove from cart in 2023. SuChin, resident Leo, is ecstatic that her travel plans are affirmed by the stars. Kulap, a Taurus, is removing from cart scarcity and embracing her shiny crown as an abundance queen. No matter your sign, Heidi and the aunties will help you understand how you can live with more intention this year. 

A note from Kulap and SuChin: This episode was recorded before January 23rd, before the mass shooting in Monterey Park, CA in the midst of the Lunar New Year celebration; And again a mass shooting in Half Moon Bay, CA. For those listening and reading trying to make sense of what has happened, trying to process trauma, we're with you. There's so much heartache here, and for now, we grieve, we mourn & we keep these communities in our hearts.

Please note, Add To Cart contains mature themes and may not be appropriate for all listeners. 

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  • Heidi's new book Everyday Radiance has daily prompts of self-care and self-renewal
  • Rest is Resistance by Tricia Hersey, tells us that sleep isn’t only essential. It’s powerful

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Mercury is in retrograde, but that won’t stop Ku and Su from adding to cart. Trendsetter SuChin has recs to make life a little easier, from mindful eating tips to the perfect Netflix show for the whole family. Kulap has finally taken down the last of the decorations, but her Christmas Day Schedule made sure all the festivities and fixings were right on time. Plus we’ll find out what ingredient Su is removing from cart that has improved her life a full letter grade. 

Please note, Add To Cart contains mature themes and may not be appropriate for all listeners. 

To see all products mentioned in this episode, head to @addtocartpod on Instagram. To purchase any of the products, see below. 

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The aunties are taking their annual pause to reflect on what they want to keep in the new year, and what they want to leave behind. And boy, has so much changed: friendships, family, a new baby! Here’s what they’re “adding to heart” in 2023.

Please note, Add To Cart contains mature themes and may not be appropriate for all listeners. 

To see all products mentioned in this episode, head to @addtocartpod on Instagram. To purchase any of the products, see below. 

  • Don’t miss the Nat Geo series “Limitless” with the great looking Chris Hemsworth
  • As the aunties reflect on family life, this is a great moment to watch Kulap’s documentary “Origin Story” where she explores her tangled family tree
  • To find the Wild Unknown Animal Spirit Guide Book, check out Kulap and SuChin’s Amazon Storefronts for their favorite items from 2022 (and onwards!)

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Coming to you every week from her carriage house in Marblehead, MA, Ronna Glickman welcomes her dear friend and co-host, Hollywood Heartthrob Bryan Safi. Together these outrageous podcasting pros, along with their all-star guests, dispense real, thoughtful, advice to real listeners while touching on the events of the day. Never fear, the exquisite taste and style that Ronna (& Bryan’s) fans have come to expect is always on display. Ronna & Bryan are not doctors or psychologists or even licensed marriage & family therapists. They’re just two people with terrific opinions who happen to be right most of the time.

In this episode, coming to you from the archive, Kulap and SuChin join Ronna and Bryan to dispense hilarious, yet heartfelt advice on letting your nanny go during the pandemic, baking 80 dozen (!!!) cookies for your possibly unappreciative friends, and helping your partner continue to feel eager on the journey to sobriety.

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On this special holiday episode, Jessica St. Clair & June Diane Raphael interview Kulap on their podcast The Deep Dive. Nicknamed “The Queen of Cozy” for a reason, Kulap dives into the do’s and don'ts of Tablescaping --- from textures and layers, to where to find the best of the best of tablescaping accouterments, and helps June and Jess define 'table jewelry.’

Listen to The Deep Dive w/ Jessica St. Clair & June Diane Raphael every Wednesday on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen.

Kulap’s Tablescape Recommendations:Bistro Napkins https://www.westelm.com/products/lcl-creative-women-riviera-handwoven-cotton-napkin-d7734/ ?pkey=cnapkinshttps://www.etsy.com/market/bistro_napkinsChilewich placemats https://www.crateandbarrel.com/chilewich-huck-navy-blue-placemat/s230306William Sonoma table runners: https://www.williams-sonoma.com/shop/tabletop-glassware-bar/table-linens-runners/Other RecommendationsSpode DinnerwareSpode.comZara Homehttps://www.zarahome.com/H&M Homehttps://www2.hm.com/en_us/home.html

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Christmas has come early to Add to Cart! This week, Ku and Su gleefully unwrap their presents to each other. For those going into the holiday season legs akimbo, don’t worry – the aunties lovingly, but disappointedly, have you covered. They have built their Amazon storefronts from the ground up, and there are gift ideas galore for you last minute shoppers. Plus some fantastic AAPI brands that pack a punch...Happy Add To Cart Season!

Add to Cart has been nominated for a Signal Award, which recognizes the work of standout podcasts. But we need YOUR help to win! Cast your vote for Add to Cart here.

Please note, Add To Cart contains mature themes and may not be appropriate for all listeners. 

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Tis’ the season for relentless auntie behavior – and you know Ku and Su are not slacking on the decorations. Mama Ku Ku shares how she’s dressing Baby Eme as the cutest of Santa’s reindeers. Meanwhile, Auntie Su is building the Christmas village of her childhood dreams and bonding with her daughter at Michael’s. 

Add to Cart has been nominated for a Signal Award, which recognizes the work of standout podcasts. But we need YOUR help to win! Cast your vote for Add to Cart here.

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This week, Su is entering the golden age with her kids – eating treats on the couch completely transfixed by the Great British Baking Show. Meanwhile Kulap is shopping for new skincare products from the accumulated lotions and potions in her house. That’s right, the Add to Cart dream is coming true. Free stuff is abundant and it feels so good! 

Please note, Add To Cart contains mature themes and may not be appropriate for all listeners. 

To see all products mentioned in this episode, head to @addtocartpod on Instagram. To purchase any of the products, see below. 

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They’re a hair magnate, O.G. podcaster, and the high priestess of living room gymnastics. Jonathan Van Ness joins Su to talk about that one time Ariana Grande unfollowed them, why traveling with too many bath soaks might raise some eyebrows, and why Jonathan would color-code their entire house if they could. Plus, JVN shares something they thought nobody else does – until they met Su.

Please note, Add To Cart contains mature themes and may not be appropriate for all listeners. 

To see all products mentioned in this episode, head to @addtocartpod on Instagram. To purchase any of the products, see below. 

Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. 

Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium. Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows: lemonadamedia.com/sponsors

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It’s October and as the common phrase goes, October Scary brings Christmas Merry...at least for Kulap and guest host (and actress, writer, podcaster) Casey Rose Wilson. The two share their weekend experience going to not one, but two Christmas stores. Plus, a gift in itself, comedian and writer Sophie Santos joins to talk about her biggest Game Changer. 

Please note, Add To Cart contains mature themes and may not be appropriate for all listeners. 

To see all products mentioned in this episode, head to @addtocartpod on Instagram. To purchase any of the products, see below. 

Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. 

Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium. Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows: lemonadamedia.com/sponsors

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About this podcast: David Remnick is joined by The New Yorker’s award-winning writers, editors and artists to present a weekly mix of profiles, storytelling, and insightful conversations about the issues that matter — plus an occasional blast of comic genius from the magazine’s legendary Shouts and Murmurs page. The New Yorker has set a standard in journalism for generations and The New Yorker Radio Hour gives it a voice on public radio for the first time. Produced by The New Yorker and WNYC Studios. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, On the Media, Snap Judgment, Death, Sex & Money, Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin, Nancy and many more. © WNYC Studios

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Despite years of controversy, the Academy Awards and the other awards shows remain must-watch television for many Americans. The awards may be “unreliable as a pure measure of cinematic worth,” Schulman tells David Remnick. “But I would argue that the Oscars are sort of a decoder ring for cultural conflict and where the industry is headed,” Schulman says. “They are a way to understand where pop culture is.” With theatre attendance in continuing decline, the Academy is looking for solutions, Schulman believes, and that could result in a higher-grossing outlier winner for the coveted Best Picture award. Plus, a visit with the Broadway composer Charles Strouse, who is ninety-four and compiling his archives to donate to the Library of Congress. He reflects on his work with Jay-Z and his “friendly enemy” relationship with Stephen Sondheim: “He didn’t like me much. I didn’t like him less.” Still nimble at the piano, Strouse plays a rendition of his classic, “Tomorrow.”


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George Santos is hardly the first scammer elected to office—but his lies, David Remnick says, are “extra.” Most Americans learned of Santos’s extraordinary fabrications from a New York Times report published after the midterm election, but a local newspaper called the North Shore Leader was sounding the alarm months before. The New Yorker staff writer Clare Malone took a trip to Long Island to speak with the Leader’s publisher, Grant Lally, and its managing editor, Maureen Daly, to find out how the story began. “We heard story after story after story about him doing bizarre things,” Lally told her. “He was so well known, at least in the more active political circles, to be a liar, that by early summer he was already being called George Scamtos.” Lally explains how redistricting drama in New York State turned Santos from a “sacrificial” candidate—to whom no one was paying attention—to a front-runner. At the same time, Malone thinks, “the oddly permissive structure that the Republican Party has created for candidates on a gamut of issues” enabled his penchant for fabrication. “[There’s] lots of crazy stuff that’s popped up in politics over the past few years. I think maybe Santos thought, Eh, who’s gonna check?”


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Deepti Kapoor describes New Delhi, the setting of her novel “Age of Vice” as “extremely beautiful, but also violent. . . . It’s a place where you think you’re gonna get cheated and robbed until someone does something incredibly kind and breaks your heart.” The highly anticipated book, published simultaneously in twenty countries this month, is part crime thriller, part family saga centered on a reckless playboy who wants to break away from his mob family; a young man working as a servant to him; and a naïve young journalist. Kapoor, who spent a decade as a journalist herself, tells Parul Sehgal that she wrote the book while living abroad—needing the distance from her country in order to see it more clearly.


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It wasn’t so long ago that Ronald Reagan was considered over the hill, too old to govern. Now a sitting President has turned eighty in office, and a Presidential contest between Joe Biden and Donald Trump would put two near-eighty-year-olds against each other. (Trump—while denying President Biden’s fitness—commented, “Life begins at eighty.”) Yet the question of age has not disappeared; even some of Biden’s ardent supporters have expressed concerns about him starting a second term. David Remnick talks with the gerontologist Jack Rowe, a professor at Columbia University who also founded Harvard Medical School’s Division on Aging, about how to evaluate a candidate’s competency for office; and with Jill Lepore and Jane Mayer, keen observers of the Presidency. Rowe argues that ageism underlies the public discourse; an occasional slip or unsteadiness, he thinks, is not consequential to the job. “If I give you a seventy-eight-year-old man with a history of heart disease, you don’t know if he’s in a nursing home or on the Supreme Court of the United States,” he tells Remnick. But Lepore and Mayer argue public opinion, and not only medical prognosis, should be considered seriously as we look at aging politicians. If Biden and Trump face off, Lepore says, “Age won’t be an issue between them. But age will be an issue for American voters. . . . I think of the young people that I teach everyday. They will be furious.” Mayer sees something anti-democratic in play as well. “Incumbency is such an advantage at this point,” she notes, that “it leads to gerontocracy,” because “it’s really hard to unseat someone.”


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Forty-six years ago, a young photographer named Marilyn Nance got the opportunity of a lifetime. A student at the Pratt Institute, an art school in Brooklyn, Nance had never left the country. But she became one of the official photographers documenting a festival in Lagos, Nigeria, called FESTAC ’77. The monthlong festival featured artists from across Africa and the diaspora, and has been described as the most important Black cultural event of the twentieth century. But, on returning from the festival, Nance didn’t find any takers to publish her photos, and fifty years later, few people know it took place. “I thought I would be talking about FESTAC in 1978, not in 2022,” Nance told the staff writer Julian Lucas. “If some tragic thing had happened, everybody would remember. . . . But I guess maybe there was no investment in celebrating Black joy.” A collection of Nance’s photographs from the event was published late in 2022, in the book “Last Day in Lagos.” 


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Bob Woodward is not one to editorialize. But, during his interviews with Donald Trump at the time of the COVID-19 crisis, Woodward found himself shouting at the President—explaining how to make a decision and trying to browbeat him into listening to public-health experts. Woodward has released audio recordings of some of their interviews in a new audiobook called “The Trump Tapes,” which documents details of Trump’s state of mind, and also of Woodward’s process and craft. “I could call him anytime, [and] he would call me,” Woodward tells David Remnick. His wife, Elsa Walsh, “used to joke [that] there’s three of us in the marriage.” And, in the wake of Damar Hamlin’s accident, the staff writer Louisa Thomas talks with David Remnick about an uncomfortable truth: football’s danger to players is part of its singular popularity. 


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When the renowned choreographer Akram Khan was commissioned to update the classic “Giselle” for the English National Ballet, he couldn’t simply put new steps to a Romantic-era plot. Beautiful as it is, “Giselle” has a view of ideal womanhood that is insupportable in our century—and it didn’t reflect the women he knew.  In Khan’s 2016 “Giselle,” the title character doesn’t chastely expire from a broken heart; she is a strong woman victimized by more powerful men.  The story still culminates in an act of forgiveness, but in a way that resonates with the era of #MeToo. Vincenzo Lamagna composed the production’s new score. The producer Ngofeen Mputubwele describes the production as not simply a great modern ballet but a model for how to reimagine a story that doesn’t work anymore.


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We draw meaning and comfort from traditions, but when the world changes, traditions can stop reflecting our values and cause us pain. This episode features three people struggling against traditions that have become problematic.  The producer Ngofeen Mputubwele talks with Jeanna Kadlec, the author of “Heretic,” a memoir of leaving the evangelical church; and the actor Britton Smith, a leader of Broadway Advocacy Coalition, which seeks to make Broadway an equitable workplace for performers of color. “The fire was loud and the reckoning was very visible to everyone,” Smith tells Mputubwele. “The fire crumbled into ashes, and now the ashes are starting to settle.”


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Tracy K. Smith was named Poet Laureate in 2017, at the beginning of the fierce partisan divide of the Trump era. She quickly turned to her craft to address the deep political divisions the election laid bare, putting together a collection called “American Journal: Fifty Poems for Our Time.” Then she hit the road, visiting community centers, senior centers, prisons, and colleges, and reading poems written by herself and others for groups small and large. “It was exhausting, and exhilarating, and it was probably the best thing I could have done as an American,” she told The New Yorker’s poetry editor, Kevin Young.  

This segment originally aired July 5, 2019.


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As the guitarist for the Roots, the band for “The Tonight Show,” Kirk Douglas plays anything and everything. So David Remnick put him to the test on some holiday classics. And two longtime New Yorker staffers, Patricia Marx and Roz Chast, divulge their celebrated history playing together in a ukulele band. As the Daily Pukuleles, they claim, they influenced some of the biggest names in music in the sixties and beyond. But they were always a little too far ahead of the curve for the mainstream.

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About this podcast: Becca has read all of Jane Austens work. Molly literally does not know who Mrs. Bennett is. Together, they venture into Austens world of romance, biting satire, and class struggles. Like Austen? Interested in a modern take? This is the podcast for you!

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Frank Churchill finally comes to visit, and Emma picks up on some vibes. Plus, we get some hot goss about Jane Fairfax. Topics discussed include what kind of dog Emma is and which Gilmore guy Frank is.

Study questions: Topics discussed include Emma's reaction to Harriet's visit with the Martins, first impressions of Frank, why/how Frank visited, Frank's relationship to Highbury, the VIBES, and some predictions about Jane and Mr. Dixon.

Funniest quote: "Her own father’s perfect exemption from any thought of the kind, the entire deficiency in him of all such sort of penetration or suspicion, was a most comfortable circumstance. Happily he was not farther from approving matrimony than from foreseeing it.—Though always objecting to every marriage that was arranged, he never suffered beforehand from the apprehension of any; it seemed as if he could not think so ill of any two persons’ understanding as to suppose they meant to marry till it were proved against them."

Questions moving forward: What's going on between Frank and Jane? What's going on between Jane and Mr. Dixon? What's going to happen with the Martins?

Who wins the chapters? The Weston boys!

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: Eminem, Leonardo DiCaprio, Eric Andre, Dominic Cooper, Matt Czuchry, Prince Hal

Next Episode: Vol. II Chapters 7-8 OR Chapters 25-26

Our show art was created by Torrence Browne, and our audio is produced by Graham Cook. For bios and transcripts, check out our website at podandprejudice.com. Pod and Prejudice is transcribed by speechdocs.com. To support the show, check out our Patreon!

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Mr. Elton is getting married! Harriet ran into the Martins! Plus, Emma and Knightley debrief on the party, Jane Fairfax and Miss Bates come to visit, and we learn about Miss Hawkins. Topics discussed include boiled pork and Schrödinger's Biological Father.

Study questions: Topics discussed include why Knightley wants Emma to befriend Jane, the drama between Jane and Mr. Dixon, the merits of Mr. Elton's match, predictions about Mrs. Elton, and Emma's reaction to Harriet seeing Robert.

Funniest quote: “She wished him very well, but he gave her pain, and his welfare twenty miles off would administer most satisfaction.”

Questions moving forward: Augusta Hawkins: WHOMST? What's going to happen when Harriet visits the Martins? Why does Knightley want Jane and Emma to be friends?

Who wins the chapters? Elizabeth Martin

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: The Napoleonic Wars, Schrödinger's Cat, Teardrops on My Guitar, The Office

Next Episode: Vol. II Chapters 5-6 OR Chapters 23-24

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Emma and Harriet visit the Bateses, and we get our first true introduction to Jane Fairfax. Topics discussed include chilled beans, cross-writing, what war was taking place when Emma was written, nuns, and why Emma might hate Jane.

Study questions: Topics discussed include the Bateses purpose and why they talk too much, the children with dead parents of Highbury, and Jane Fairfax's class and romantic situation.

Funniest quote: “Yes, so I imagined. I was afraid there could be little chance of my hearing any thing of Miss Fairfax to-day.”

Questions moving forward: Who is Jane Fairfax and who will she fall in love with? Does she know Mr. Elton? Does she know Frank Churchill? Where's Harriet?

Who wins the chapters? Mr. Knightley ;)

Glossary of Terms and Phrases:

huswife (n): a small case containing scissors, thread, needles, and other sewing things.

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: Spongebob, A League of Their Own, Bridgerton, Keira Knightley, Jennifer Ehle

Next Episode: Vol. II Chapters 3-4 OR Chapters 21-22

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Mr. Elton leaves for Bath, Emma comes clean to Harriet about Elton's true feelings and Knightley and Emma discuss Frank Churchill's circumstances. Plus, the intro of our new segment, There Are Always Dogs: A Doc Update.

Study questions: Topics discussed include Elton's departure and Harriet and Emma's reactions to it, whether or not Frank will visit, who's right: Emma or Knightley, why Knightley hates Franks, class status and power, love, and the institution of marriage.

Funniest quote: "Mr. Frank Churchill did not come."

Questions moving forward: Is Elton coming back? Is Frank Churchill coming? Will Martin come back? Is Emma going to continue matchmaking?

Who wins the chapters? Harriet and Knightley

Glossary of Terms and Phrases:

penance (n): a voluntary self-punishment as repentance for having done wrong

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: A League of Their Own, Dyking Out, A League of Their Own Recap Podcast, Andor, Bridget Jones' Diary, Sequoia Simone, Clueless, Bridgerton, Leonardo DiCaprio, Taylor Swift

Next Episode: Volume II Chapters 1-2 OR Chapters 19-20

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We travel back to Hartfield in the snow, Elton professes his love to Emma (Molly was right!), and Emma overthinks it. Topics discussed include Austen's relationship with clergymen, Emma's knowledge of real love, and Dean Forester as Mr. Elton. Question for the group: is it octopi or octopuses?

Study questions: Elton's proposal, his feelings for Emma, why Elton is insulted by the idea of Harriet, Emma's moment of reflection, and Emma's matchmaking career.

Funniest Quote: “Indeed!” replied he. “Then, my dear Isabella, it is the most extraordinary sort of thing in the world, for in general every thing does give you cold. Walk home!—you are prettily shod for walking home, I dare say."

Questions Moving Forward: Will Emma matchmake again? What is she going to tell Harriet?

Who wins the chapters? Emma

Glossary of Terms and Phrases:

eclat (n): social distinction or conspicuous success

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: Octopussy, Modern Family, Ironic, Inside Out, Twilight, Over the Garden Wall, Gilmore Girls

Next Episode: Chapters 17-18

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We go to Randalls for dinner! Harriet is sick, John Knightley hints to Emma that Elton has feelings for her, and we learn a bit more about Frank Churchill.

Study questions: Topics discussed include Elton's CROOSH, why Emma hasn't noticed and why John has, why Emma has her sights set on Frank, Mrs. Churchill, Frank's familial loyalties, and whether or not he will visit.

Funniest Quote: "I am sure I never think of that poor young man without the greatest compassion. To be constantly living with an ill-tempered person, must be dreadful. It is what we happily have never known any thing of."

Questions Moving Forward: Will Frank visit? Will Emma actually like him? Will Harriet get better? What's gonna happen with Elton?

Who wins the chapters? John Knightley

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: Michel Gerard, The Half of It, Emily Hampshire

Next Episode: Chapters 15-16

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In chapters 11 and 12 of Emma, Isabella and John Knightley come to visit, we witness the battle of Wingfield v. Perry, and Emma and Knightley try to keep the peace. Topics discussed include gruel, mostly, and the mystery of Jane Fairfax.

Study Questions: Topics discussed include the purpose of John and Isabella, what we've learned about Emma, why Knightley forgives Emma and how they operate together in the story, and the Churchills.

Funniest Quote: "And for a little while she hoped he would not talk of it, and that a silent rumination might suffice to restore him to the relish of his own smooth gruel."

Questions Moving Forward: Why do people hate the Churchills? Will Frank come to visit? What's up with Harriet and Elton?

Who Wins the Chapters? Emma and Knightley

Glossary of Terms and Phrases:

forbearance (n): patient self-control; restraint and tolerance

philippic (n): a bitter attack or denunciation

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: Gilmore Girls, Celine Dion, Goldilocks, Fiddler on the Roof, Aladdin, Mean Girls

Next Episode: Chapters 13-14

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In this week's episode, discussing chapters 9 and 10 of Emma, Elton writes a poem, Emma and Harriet visit a poor family, and Emma ties her shoes a bunch. Topics discussed include book club, Molly's new CROOSH, potential ace representation, and inklings of Jane Fairfax.

Study Questions: Topics discussed include Elton's poem, Harriet's change of heart, Emma's relationship with her dad, Elton's motives, Emma's marriage monologue, Jane Fairfax, and Molly's qualm with Emma.

Funniest Quote: "The course of true love never did run smooth. A Hartfield edition of Shakespeare would have a long note on that passage." OR "Emma was very compassionate; and the distresses of the poor were as sure of relief from her personal attention and kindness, her counsel and her patience, as from her purse."

Questions Moving Forward: Who does Elton like? Is Mr. Martin coming back? Who is Jane Fairfax?

Who Wins the Chapters? Emma!

Glossary of Terms and Phrases:

crisis (n): a time when a difficult or important decision must be made

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Perry the Platypus, The Great Believers, The Power of Geography, The Great British Baking Show, Chopped, TJ Klune, Gilmore Girls

Next Episode: Chapters 11-12

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Today, we're discussing the hooplah chapters (6-8). Harriet sits for her portrait, we get our first proposal, and Emma and Knightley go head to head. Topics discussed include Emma the Instagram boyfriend, cross stitching, the class dynamics of Emma and Harriet's relationship, the meaning of "natural daughter," and Elton's prospects.

Study Questions: Topics discussed include what we've learned about our three men, Knightley and Emma's argument, being team Robbiet, Knightley's evaluation of Harriet, the narration of the story, and what we think of Emma.

Funniest Quote: “It is very pretty,” said Mr. Woodhouse. “So prettily done! Just as your drawings always are, my dear. I do not know any body who draws so well as you do. The only thing I do not thoroughly like is, that she seems to be sitting out of doors, with only a little shawl over her shoulders—and it makes one think she must catch cold.”

Questions Moving Forward: Are Knightley and Emma in a fight? Will Mr. Martin try again? Who does Elton like? Does Harriet like Elton?

Who Wins the Chapters? Mr. Knightley

Glossary of Terms and Phrases:

canvassing (v): question (someone) in order to ascertain their opinion.

cockade (n): a rosette or knot of ribbons worn in a hat as a badge of office or party, or as part of a livery.

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: Never Have I Ever, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Gilmore Girls, Avatar: The Last Airbender

Next Episode: Chapters 9-10

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In today's episode, we chat about chapters 4 and 5 of Emma. We learn more about Harriet and the Martins, Emma sees a potential match, and we hear Knightley and Mrs. Weston's opinions about Emma. Topics discussed include Harriet's CROOSH, Emma's classism, reading habits, and attractiveness.

Study Questions: Topics discussed include the Economics of Friendship in Jane Austen, Robert Martin's thirst for Harriet, Emma's response to said thirst, Knightley's perception of Emma, our opinions on Mr. Elton, and Emma's marriage prospects.

What do we think of Emma? She's a snob.

Funniest Quote: “Oh! you would rather talk of her person than her mind, would you? Very well; I shall not attempt to deny Emma’s being pretty.”

Questions Moving Forward: What are the Westons' designs for Emma? Who is Mr. Elton?

Who wins the chapters? Mr. Knightley

Glossary of Terms and Phrases:

fastidious (adj.): very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail

thot (slang): that hoe over there

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: Parks and Recreation, Abbott Elementary, Into the Woods, Luke Danes

Next Episode: Chapters 6-8

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Simply Write w/ Polly Campbell

from Polly Cambell | Electracast
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Most recent episode: Jan 23, 2023 07:00 PM
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About this podcast: Have you always dreamed of writing? Of becoming a published author? Then you are in the right place, because in this podcast Simply Write, veteran magazine writer and author, Polly Campbell offers the kind of practical, behind-the-screens information and inspiration that will help you shape a writing career. Well go deep into writing technique, mindset, markets, pitches, and the other details youll need to publish your work and we will talk to bestselling authors about how they get their work done and published and how you can do it too. Join us every Monday when we talk about the craft of writing and the quirks of creating a writers life. And consider joining the Simply Write community by becoming a subscriber at simplywrite.substack.com where youll have access to exclusive material and bonus content.

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Wendi Aarons, author of I'm Wearing Tunics Now, Ginger Mancino Kid Comedian is here to talk about crafting comedy and the serious side of writing humor. Wendi Aarons: https://www.wendiaarons.com/ Join our https://SimplyWrite.substack.com for writing tip sheets, essays, and info to help you publish your work and create a writer's career and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Openings, ledes, beginnings, whatever you call them they better be compelling and hook your reader. In today's episode, we talk about some ways to do it and Polly goes off on one her favorites for the In the Desk segments. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Screenwriter, consultant, and novelist Wendall Thomas, author of Foged Off, and other Cyd Redondo novels, talks about optioning scripts, writing comic novels, and managing multiple projects. Find Wendall Thomas at https://www.wendallthomas.com/ Join the Simply Write community at https://simplywrite.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Create your own editorial calendar to track ideas, markets, deadlines, and publishing opportunities. The process also fires up creativity and helps you publish more. Listen to learn why. Plus they can be fun to make. https://SimplyWrite.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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The end of the year is a good time to make sure you have a healthy business infrastructure, one that supports the writing work you want to do. In this episode we talk about some of the people and processes that can help you create a health shop, so you can publish more. Questions, comments, ideas? Become a part of our Simply Writer subscriber community https://SimplyWrite.substack.com Follow Polly on Instagram @PollyLCampbell Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Learn about what content marketing writing is and how you can cultivate clients and develop a lucrative career from Jennifer GoForth Gregory, author of The Freelance Content Marketing Writer. Join our substack and SimplyWrite.substack.com Find Jennifer at www.jennifergregorywriter.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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The clearer you are about what your story is about, the clearer your writing will be and that's good for you and the readers. Assignment: Hone your focus. Want feedback? Join the Simply Write community as a paid subscriber and leave a comment with your thoughts and questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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She was flat on her back in the hospital room and started working on the idea that became her first published picture book Every Other Christmas. Author Katie Otey talks about her process, juggling projects, and why it's important to tell your story. Jjoin the Simply Write community for more from Katie Otey about why she created a publishing company and the first point of entry for picture books. https://simplywrite.substack.com/ Find Katie at www.katieoteywrites.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Writers have no shortage of ideas, but how do you decide which idea to develop into a publishable piece? It's not enough to follow your curiosity, you must also consider form, timeliness, focus, and other elements before you ever start writing. This episode covers the things to consider before you ever start writing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Agatha-award-winning author Lori Rader-Days shares her writing process, explains when she knew it was time to quit her office job (bad boss), and how she deals with self-doubt (craft books), and much more. If you love to talk writing and aspire to write a novel, this show with authors Polly Campbell and Lori-Rader day is for you. Check out Death at Greenway (loved it) and her other books here: www.Loriraderday.com Get bonus material, other writing info, and discounted access to upcoming writer's workshops by becoming a paid subscriber at www.simplywrite.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Write-minded: Weekly Inspiration for Writers

from Brooke Warner and Grant Faulkner (NaNoWriMo)
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About this podcast: Write-minded: Weekly Inspiration for Writers is currently in its fourth year. We are a weekly podcast for writers craving a unique blend of inspiration and real talk about the ups and downs of the writing life. Hosted by Brooke Warner of She Writes and Grant Faulkner of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), each theme-focused episode of Write-minded features an interview with a writer, author, or publishing industry professional. This year we’re featuring a Book Trend at the end of each episode to keep listeners in the loop about what they need to know about the book industry. Brooke and Grant bring to this weekly podcast their shared spirit of community, collaboration, and a deeply held belief that everyone is a writer, and everyone’s story matters.

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Brian Cox and Robin Ince host a witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists' eyes.
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This week’s episode focuses in on our favorite hard topic—inclusion in book publishing. But this conversation is not just a run-of-the-mill conversation about DEI, which we acknowledge can and has gotten a bit diluted in recent months. Instead it’s a fresh and inspiring conversation about what inclusion really means in book publishing, and we interview an inspiring publisher, Rebekah “Bex” Borucki, who is doing the hard work of creating true change in publishing by creating a publishing company that is focused on inclusivity in all the parts of the business and the business model. Geek out on publishing with us this week, but also be prepared to learn and be inspired by what Row House publishing is doing, and the woman who’s leading the charge. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week’s episode is a celebration of discipline with author Adriana Trigiani, who says that the creative expression is the highest expression of our souls. As such, discipline is honoring the gift. We delve into what Adriana learned about working as a writer for the show, A Different World, and her take on the vast changes in the publishing world from her vantage point as a veteran author of more than twenty books. An insightful show that celebrates working hard! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Should we be worried about the current state of reading? It’s hard to answer no to this question. Which is why Grant and Brooke take up the topic this week with guest Andrew Limbong, host of NPR's Book of the Day podcast. Tune in to set a reading goal with Grant, commiserate with Brooke about the kids’ reading habits these days, and hear some great book recommendations from a guest who’s more on top of the book scene than most. We also talk about the reading brain vs. Internet brain, and throw in a little neuroscience for good measure. Join us! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Happy New Year! This short show to ring in the new year starts with a confession from Brooke about Write-minded’s annual New Year’s show —this is Number 5! Grant and Brooke share updates on current writing projects (including goals), episodes that rose to the top in 2022, and one creative takeaway from our writing lives. We invite you to reflect and get reinspired along with us as we forge ahead into a bright new year! And we hope you’ll check out Brooke’s class, 5 Things I’ve Learned about What It Takes to Get Published, coming up on February 19. Find the details at: https://myfivethings.com/class/brooke-warner-what-it-takes-to-get-published. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week’s episode is an upbeat and fun look at marketing with guest Dave Chesson, who’s on the cutting edge of Amazon and other book marketing strategies. We cover Amazon rankings, marketing ideas for fiction writers (who too often get left out of these conversations), and why to share your personal story out in the world. This episode includes concrete types and explains some things about Amazon that often feel elusive, so it’s worth your time even if your next published book is a ways out there on the horizon. Oh—and happy holidays. We’re off next week so Write-minded will be back in your queue on January 2! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Aya de León returns to Write-minded to share an announcement about her new climate fiction imprint, Fighting Chance Books, that she’s launching in partnership with She Writes Press in 2023. This is an inspiring conversation about why a climate fiction literature of winning is so important. Aya makes the case that the future isn’t written yet—and we need more stories in which humanity fights back and wins in order to create a different narrative than the dystopian stories that currently dominate CliFi. An important conversation—with a mission at its core. Please help us spread the word about Fighting Chance Books! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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An episode that covers so much—the power of writing what’s essential; an exploration of two kinds of abysses: total noise and total silence; and a forthcoming recounting of what it’s like to be on the receiving end of problematic reviews. Guest Sarah Manguso has been called a virtuoso, and her takes on the literary world and writing in her compelling, spare style remind us why we love a meaty interview. Brooke and Grant revel in Sarah’s responses and candor this week—and know listeners will too. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This is an episode that will validate every creative impulse you’ve ever had and forgive any creative lapses you might be judging yourself for. Join Grant and Brooke in this inspiring episode with Angie Cruz, who’s faced rejection and overcame it to become a celebrated published author, and who shares with us how she’s in conversation with her characters, pursues other creative interests as a way to inform her fiction, and how she’s balanced her writing with the many other demands of life. A relatable and permission-giving episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Olga Dies Dreaming is guest Xochitl Gonzalez’s new novel—and how you interpret it might tell you something about your political persuasion. This week we are exploring what it means to be radical in fiction—especially when what you’re trying to be radical about is packaged as a fast-paced story. This is the subversive (meant in the best sense of the word) nature of fiction with a cause—which we explore this week in all its nuanced glory. Adelante! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, guest David Yoon joins us in a conversation that takes on often-fraught topics with humor and candor. We talk about why YA is such fertile ground for representative stories about race, culture, and identity, and David’s mission to bring more visibility to writers of color. We talk about his approach to writing and how he writes not for or to a particular genre, but to sort out the questions he’s grappling with—something so many writers will relate to. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Writing Excuses

from Brandon Sanderson, Mary Robinette Kowal, Dan Wells, and Howard Tayler
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About this podcast: Brandon Sanderson, Mary Robinette Kowal, Howard Tayler, and Daniel Wells discuss writing techniques in a fast-paced, 15-minute format.

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Your Hosts: Mary Robinette Kowal, DongWon Song, Erin Roberts, Dan Wells, and Howard Tayler In this episode Erin Roberts very enthusiastically launches our interview with "OG" Dan Wells with a delightfully difficult question, paraphrased thusly: "is there advice you gave back in the early days that you still stand by today?" There are lots of other questions, including one about bacon! Credits: This episode was recorded by Marshall Carr, Jr., and mastered by Alex Jackson

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Your Hosts: Mary Robinette Kowal, DongWon Song, Erin Roberts, Dan Wells, and Howard Tayler As we announced in the first episode of the year (and in this press release),  DongWon Song and Erin Roberts are joining us as permanent cast members. Today we're conducting an interview with Erin Roberts. She is newer to career writing than any of the rest of us, but her contributions to Writing Excuses have already been invaluable.  In this episode we'll learn a bit more about why, and about what Erin will bring to the program going forward. Credits: This episode was recorded by Marshall Carr, Jr., and mastered by Alex Jackson

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Your Hosts: Mary Robinette Kowal, DongWon Song, Erin Roberts, Dan Wells, and Howard Tayler As we announced in last week's episode (and in this press release),  DongWon Song and Erin Roberts are joining us as permanent cast members. In this episode we conduct an interview with DongWon Song, plumbing a few depths, and learning a bit more about what he can teach all of us. Liner Notes: DongWon Song's newsletter, Publishing is Hard, can be found at publishingishard.com. It's free, but paid subscriptions are available. Credits: This episode was recorded by Marshall Carr, Jr., and mastered by Alex Jackson

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Your Hosts: Mary Robinette Kowal, DongWon Song, Erin Roberts, Dan Wells, and Howard Tayler We begin 2023 with some big changes, and in this episode we'll discuss those, starting with some changes to the core cast. DongWon Song and Erin Roberts are joining us as permanent cast members, and Brandon Sanderson is stepping aside with "emeritus" status. But the episode isn't just announcements. We each talk about where we are career-wise, what we're working on, and what we're excited to bring to the podcast this year. Credits: This episode was recorded by Marshall Carr, Jr., and mastered by Alex Jackson  

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Your Hosts: Brandon, Dan, Mary Robinette, and Howard This Q&A session was recorded before a live audience aboard ship at WXR 2022, Here are some paraphrasings of the questions our attendees asked: How do you make your world feel big without infodumping? How do you balance a sense of progress with an unreliable narrator? How can I make two magic systems work in the same setting when one is underpowered, and the protagonist uses the weaker one? Have you ever based characters on yourself, or on people you know? What does the process of book adaptation look like Do you have any good convention recommendations? What are some methods for determining how much scientific detail you go into? How do you interact with an audience in order to grow it? Credits: This episode was recorded by Marshall Carr, Jr., and mastered by Alex Jackson.

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Your Hosts: Dongwon Song, Piper J. Drake, Peng Shepherd, Marshall Carr, Jr., and Erin Roberts Let's talk about burnout. It's been a long few years (with some of those years feeling like decades) so this may seem timely, but burnout can happen during otherwise ordinary times. Ignoring it or simply trying to "burn smarter, not harder" can have serious repercussions. In this episode we talk about why we burn out, how we recognize it, how we deal with it, and how we (eventually) recover from it. Credits: This episode was recorded by Matthew Drake, and mastered by Alex Jackson.

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Your Hosts: Howard Tayler, Dongwon Song, and Dan Wells Thanks to some last-minute schedule changes, we almost didn't have an episode for today. Only three cast members were able to make it to the session, and none of those three had the syllabus. But we forged ahead anyway, and recorded an episode about why we felt it was important to record an episode. That may sound like one too many layers of meta, but just wait until we add the layers in which this actually applies to writing! Liner Notes: Dongwon's newsletter is called "Publishing is Hard." Dan's newsletter doesn't have a name, but can be signed up for here. Credits: This episode was recorded by Marshall Carr, Jr., and mastered by Alex Jackson.

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Your Hosts: Mary Robinette, C.L. Polk, Fran Wilde, and Howard Tayler  Let's put a stake in the ground here: disabilities do not grant magical powers. And yet that exact trope can be found in multiple genres, across multiple mediums. In this episode we talk about why this happens, and how we might better portray the magical awesomeness found in our bodies. Credits: This episode was recorded by Daniel Thompson, and mastered by Alex Jackson.

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Your Hosts: Mary Robinette, C.L. Polk, Fran Wilde, and Howard Tayler  Let's talk about pain. It hurts, yes, but we all experience it, so writing about it can be a great point of connection between the writer and the reader. Also, writing about it can hurt. Liner Notes: We referenced  "No, I'm Fine," by Howard Tayler, and "The Visions Take Their Toll: Disability and the Cost of Magic," by Dominic Parisien Credits: This episode was recorded by Daniel Thompson, and mastered by Alex Jackson.

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Your Hosts: Mary Robinette, C.L. Polk, Fran Wilde, and Howard Tayler  This is the "talking about how to talk about" talk. We begin by reviewing the difference between the medical model and the social model of disability. Liner Notes: This TikTok provides a nice explanation of the medical and social models of disability. There's also this essay, "The Linguistics of Disability" over at Fireside Fiction. Credits: This episode was recorded by Daniel Thompson, and mastered by Alex Jackson.
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This American Life

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About this podcast: This American Life is a weekly public radio show, heard by 2.2 million people on more than 500 stations. Another 2.5 million people download the weekly podcast. It is hosted by Ira Glass, produced in collaboration with Chicago Public Media, delivered to stations by PRX The Public Radio Exchange, and has won all of the major broadcasting awards.

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People being dodged, delayed, and evaded—and what they do to put an end to it.

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They mean something, whether we want them to or not.

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Writer Etgar Keret tries to come up with the stories that capture his late mother, but it’s hard, he says, because she’s like Maria in West Side Story and she’s also like Thanos from the Avengers. He ends up with a series of very short stories — most just a few paragraphs long — that give glimpses of different sides of her. These written stories are interspersed with off-the-cuff stories he tells host Ira Glass. 

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San Francisco’s Spider-Man burglar was remarkable. He dropped into buildings from skylights, leapt 10 feet from one roof to another. But mostly, his talent got him into trouble. This week, his story, and stories of other undesirable talents.

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People experiencing Christmas in brand new ways, giving the holiday even more meaning.

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People use machines to find people they lost.

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Stories about one person single-handedly taking charge of a situation gone wrong.

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Something we’ve never done before: true stories told in the form of a game show.

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People trying to coax each other across the line, from one side to the other.

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People who try to revisit their childhoods—what they find and what they do not find.
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About this podcast: The Velocity of Content podcast is produced by CCC, the global leader in content workflow and rights integration with 40+ years of experience providing solutions and copyright education for businesses and publishers. Featuring breaking news and thoughtful analysis from across the dynamic global content industry, CCC’s Velocity of Content is a platform for thought leaders and industry experts operating at the speed of content to share new ideas, observations, and knowledge and stay on top of emerging industry trends and challenges.

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CourthouseThe US and other countries should consider developing innovative AI policies and intellectual property laws, says Prof. Ryan Abbott.

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New York City SkylineIPA President Karine Pansa urged Digital Book World publishing industry attendees to make more books more accessible to more people.

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Karine PansaA special focus for Karine Pansa and IPA is to encourage members to increase accessibility in their works. Currently, just 10% of published content is accessible to print-disabled readers.

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Girl Reading EbookOverDrive, a digital distributor of eBooks, audiobooks, and streaming video titles for public libraries, has reported on its performance last year.

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The ThinkerSure, you’ve been told what to think many times. You could even say that’s what the internet is for. Now comes Tom Chatfield with a paradigm twist. The author and digital philosopher offers us advice for how to think.

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Falling MoneyMedian compensation for all respondents was $72,500 in 2021, up from $67,300 in 2020.

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Student Reading EbookThe trick to making ebooks accessible and even beautiful is to think of them as software, says Jens Tröger, Bookalope founder.

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Ukrainian Flag Surrounded by Dark CloudsMachines that can read aloud would be considered magic in any other era, yet in 2022, such technology is unremarkable and will soon be commonplace. Whether we read silently in a quiet library or listen to an audiobook while commuting on a crowded train, the written word continues to hold us in its spell.

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ClassroomFrom enumeration of animal species living in every corner of the globe to identification of fossil remains of ancient creatures, scientific inquiry looks from the present day into the very dimmest past. Science can’t see into the future – not yet anyway. The responsibility to make the future a place that is welcome, inclusive, and full of understanding lies with all of us.

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2022 - The year In BooksFor December 16, the final show of the year, CCC’s podcast highlights the biggest stories in the book world for 2022.
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About this podcast: Millennial estheticians and entrepreneurs, Elizabeth Taylor and Alix Shapiro, invite us in for a weekly conversation that brings the vibe of their Brooklyn beauty studio to life. Alix and Elizabeth are joined by experts, friends, and community members to answer listener questions about beauty and skincare that each one of us can relate to, host hilarious segments inspired by their diverse clientele and share stories about living in a multicultural world. Its beauty school for all -- giving everyone the recipe for How To Be a Beauty Baddie.

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Hey Beauty Baddies! This week, we’re chatting with our fan-favorite guest: Psychic, Occult and Astrology Enthusiast, Vanessa Bartlett.  To learn more about Vanessa, check out her Instagram @theaquarean, and be sure to check out her weekly readings on her YouTube Channel The Aquarean. Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com and in-person appointments with Alix at www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM This week’s episode is sponsored by Prose .  Take your FREE in-depth hair consultation and get 15% off your first order today! Prose.com/truebeauty   Click Here To Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel  Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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Today we are taking a deep dive into building your skincare routine! We go over the steps of your routine, the product and skincare categories, and the order that you should be doing each step. Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com and in-person appointments with Alix at www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars,  subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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You guys asked some excellent questions through our Instagram, and we’re answering them with one of our favorite guest experts, Chelsey Fasano.  If you like this episode, please be sure to write us, because we want Chelsey to make more regular appearances on the show!  Sex and relationships are super complimentary to beauty, so be sure to write us at truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com, let us know what you think, and send us any questions that you may have for future episodes. To learn more about Chelsey, check her out at Chelseyfasano.com Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com and in-person appointments with Alix at www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars,  subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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Today we are speaking with Anu Gupta, who is a lawyer, scientist, educator, and the Founder of BE MORE with Anu. He developed BE MORE’s science-backed method by applying existing neuroscience and organizational psychology to 15 years of original research on the causes of and solutions to organizational diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) challenges.  To learn more about Anu, visit BeMoreWithAnu.com click here to watch his Ted Talk, and here to be connected to Oprah’s Book Club podcast, where he is featured in episodes 6 & 7.  Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com and in-person appointments with Alix at www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars,  subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com and in-person appointments with Alix at www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Sponsor: BetterHelp.com/TRUEBEAUTY for 10% off your first month of therapy Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars,  subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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To learn more about Korina and Relative Arts Studio, check them out at https://www.relativeartsnyc.com/ and on instagram at @korinaemmerich and @relativeartsnyc Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com and in-person appointments with Alix at www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Sponsor: BetterHelp.com/TRUEBEAUTY for 10% off your first month of therapy Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars,  subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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Beauty baddies!! I know I always say this, but you all are just blowing us away! I am SO PROUD OF THIS EPISODE BECAUSE IT STARTED WITH YOU! That’s right, a beauty baddie took it upon herself to make REAL, TRUE, LASTING CHANGE through being apart of this dope, multicultural community of badass people who love beauty, and all that it entails. Today we are talking about prison reform, and the little ways that we can each take a step towards creating big change.  WE’RE SO PROUD OF YOU GUYS!!!!!!!!! To learn more about Charnay and Westchester Barber and Beauty Academy, check them out on instagram @westchesterbarberacademy To read the annual report that the incredible Brooke and her husband worked so hard to push for real prison reform and change in, click anywhere in this text. Page 39 begings the work of Brooke, her husband Emad and page 49 is where the incredible Dr. Zoe Thomas, assistant professor, at the University of Bradford and her work is cited.  To reach out to Emad to let him know he’s an official Beauty Baddie, you can reach him on twitter @PapaTalisman .  KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK BEAUTY BADDIES!!!!! Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com and in-person appointments with Alix at www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars,  subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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Hey Beauty Baddies! Today we are talking about prepping our skin for the winter. Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com and in-person appointments with Alix at www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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Mandy Ansari is a marketing executive, influencer, mental health advocate, and immigrant who is obsessed with the internet’s ability to make the world a smaller and more connected place. She is passionate about helping people feel less alone by creating safe space and community online. Mandy is on the core of Iranian Diaspora Collective—a non-partisan, multi-faith group that is inclusive of multiple backgrounds, gender and LGBTQ identity, and include leaders in business, media, entertainment, fashion, beauty, and more who have a combined social media reach of over 50M. To help keep this story in the media today we are speaking about The Iranian Women’s Right’s Movement. #womanlifefreedom  To learn more about Mandy, check out her blog girlandthe.com and on Instagram @mandy Links to Products Mentioned In Today’s Episode: Mandy’s “How To Talk About Iran 101” Guide Donate to bring media visibility for Iran Add your name to the UN letter for Iran Sign the amnesty petition for Iran The Iranian Diaspora Collective  Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person or virtual skincare or brow appointments at www.truebeautybrooklyn.com or CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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Hey Beauty Baddies! Today we're talking all-natural deodorants! If you have never fallen in love with a deodorant, after today's episode we promise you will have several all-stars to keep you non-toxic and not smelly (even if you're a super sweaty baddie, like Elizabeth!). Links to the products mentioned in today's episode are below! Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person or virtual skincare or brow appointments at www.truebeautybrooklyn.com to book an appointment with Elizabeth,  or CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM to book an appointment with Alix. Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show! Necessaire The Deoderant Gel (fragrance free) :  Aqua/Water/Eau, Mandelic Acid, Potassium Hydroxide, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Water, Gluconolactone, Lactic Acid, Panthenol, Niacinamide, Glycerin, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Sodium Benzoate, Calcium Gluconate, Sodium Phytate, Benzoic Acid, Citric Acid KosasSport Chemistry Aqua, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Glycerin, Mandelic Acid, Polyglyceryl-4 Cocoate, Sodium Hydroxide, Shikimic Acid, Lactic Acid, Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5, Hyaluronic Acid, Citric Acid, Tartaric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Natural Fragrance CORPUS Natural Deoderant :  *Propylene Glycol, Aqua, *Sodium Stearate, **Alcohol Denat., *Glycerin, *Saccharomyces Ferment Filtrate, Diatomaceous Earth, ***Parfum, Silica, *Polyglyceryl-4 Laurate/Succinate, *Propanediol, *Caprylyl/Capryl Glucoside, *Citric Acid, *Glyceryl Caprylate, **Phenethyl Alcohol, *Polyglyceryl-5 Oleate, *Sodium Chloride, *Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate, *Sorbitan Oleate Decylglucoside Crosspolymer, *Tapioca Starch, *Amyl Cinnamal, *Benzyl Salicylate, *Geraniol, *Hexyl Cinnamal, *Linalool
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Cooking the Books with Gilly Smith is the winner of The Guild of Food Writers Best Broadcast or Podcast Award 2022, and was shortlisted for Fortnum and Mason Best Podcast 2022.

Its about all of life from climate change to culture and politics to people through the prism of food. Its for foodie book lovers who want to hear something more profound about the way we live, making the link between delicious food and the impact of food production on the land - through books.

Hear how A-lister food writers have changed the conversation about food as Gilly talks through their four chosen food moments from their latest books. As she joins the dots between stories from the old country and food identity, plant-based recipes and climate change, she shows how a deeper connection with food really could save the planet.

Listen to all your favourite food writers from Claudia Roden to Yotam Ottolenghi, Tom Kerridge to Anna Jones, Gill Meller to Olia Hercules, Dan Barber to Raymond Blanc as Gilly finds whats cooking in the minds of our food writing stars.

Do support the podcast by subscribing, and PLEASE leave a review. You can do this by clicking HERE for the link to Apple Podcasts, click on Listen on Apple Podcasts under the show title and then click on Rating and Reviews! Thank you so much.

You can buy all the books at a discount from Cooking the Books own shop at Bookshop

For more information and to join the mailing list, visit Gilly Smith

Cooking the Books with Gilly Smith is rated in the top 3% of global podcasts by ListenNotes and in the top 40 of food podcasts globally by FeedSpot

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Gilly Smith is also the presenter of the delicious. podcast and Leons How to Eat to Save the Planet which was highly commended in the Guild of Food Writers Awards 2021. She won the Investigative Food Work Award for Right2Food podcast for The Food Foundation in the same awards.

She also produces The Big Table for Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming, and is the multi-award winning author of Taste and the TV Chef: how storytelling can save the planet (Intellect Books 2020)


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This week, Gilly's talking food and class in Jeremy Lee’s book Cooking with 17-year-old food campaigner at the Food Foundation, chair of Bite Back 2030, and Youth Member of parliament for Winchester, Dev Sharma. 

Jeremy Lee is one of the handful of chefs who’s cooked his way into the history books of modern food culture. His journey has taken him through the kitchens of some of the most influential London restaurants of our time: Conran’s Blueprint Cafe, Alistair Little’s Frith Street to the legendary Quo Vadis. 

Here, Gilly finds out what that all means to a teenager from Leicester who’s already a food legend himself. 

Dev’s campaigning work to end child food poverty has won praise from Jamie Oliver who says his work is ‘truly incredible’; Emma Thompson called him absolutely extraordinary as she watched him address ministers about food poverty. Jeremy Vine says he’s Prime Minister material. It’s won him a scholarship to Winchester College and a dream of Cambridge university, where food has a very different meaning.

Gilly asks him to choose four moments from Jeremy’s Lee’s book to help us understand the role of food in Britain in 2023

To hear more about Dev's work for the Food Foundation, listen here.


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Tthis week, Gilly's off on her Zoom travels again, this time to the complex and multi cultural flavours of Romania.

Irina Georgescu has become the voice of Romanian food in the years that she's lived outside it.. She believes that there is no better way to tell the tale of a nation than through its food, and in her latest book, Tava, she unpicks the rich fabric of its political, spiritual and culinary past to understand its present.

Follow Gilly on Substack where you can find a post from her book Taste and the TV Chef about how the Communist regime Irina describes in Romania affected Hungary too. Read the extraordinary and little known story of how entrepreneurial TV producer, Marcel Lissak created a copycat Jamie Oliver to teach Hungary to eat again after the #GoulashRevolution


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This week, Gilly is at the home of the queen of food writing, the original collector of Middle Eastern and Jewish food and grande dame of food and identity, Claudia Roden.

As they celebrate 25 years of Claudia's internationally acclaimed Book of Jewish Food, they discuss the foods in our repertoire now that have been hidden in the kitchens of the Jewish diaspora for centuries - until Claudia wrote them into our world. The influence of the book is a phenomenon; from Alistair Little to Sam and Sam Clark at The Eagle and then at Moro, to Yotam Ottolenghi's 'veg forward' revolution in the early 2000s, Roden's collection of stories and recovered recipes are at the heart of modern British food culture.

In this extended Holiday special, she talks about all the things that are good in life – beautiful recipes passed down through matriarchies, storytelling that binds communities and the universal pleasure of food that matters.


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This week, Gilly is talking Christmas wines with Cindy-Marie Harvey whose beautiful book, Watercress, Willow and Wine tells the story of the English vineyards which are creating a revolution in wine.

Climate change has not just warmed the soils in England, but also focussed a new movement of sustainable producers to think laterally about how local wine pared beautifully with local, seasonal food can help to save the planet.


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This week, Gilly is off to find Christmas – and a whole lot more - in Africana, the debut cookbook from the new voice in pan African food, Lerato who whisks us off on a tour of the latest obsession in culinary cultures.


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This week, Gilly is with the queen of the Fowl Mouths supper club, BBC Good Food contributor, co-director of the British Library Food Season and now, author, Melissa Thompson.

Her debut cookbook, Motherland is the story of the Jamaica that was her father’s family home. As she traces its history through its food, she uncovers the stories of its people, its struggles and its resourcefulness - as well as its delicious food.  


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This week, Gilly is with chef Tim Anderson who holds a unique position as cultural commentator on Japanese food culture in Britain. He's a chef, a Masterchef winner, the author of six books on Japanese food and a regular on Radio 4’s The Kitchen Cabinet, yet he grew up in Wisconsin. Gilly digs deep to draw a line between the dots as they discuss his latest book Japanesy: Bowls and Bento.

Through Cooking the Books' four food moment format, Tim explains his love of conbini, the Japanese convenience store where all of life can happen, and how to recreate it in your own home.


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This week, Gilly meets travel writer, Sylvie Bigar whose article about the rich history of the South West French cassoulet inspired a personal investigation into her often toxic family history and her own love affair with food. Cassoulet Confessions is a food memoir which takes us deep into where a love of food can come from, however dark the path.

A New Yorker brought up in a 'mini Downton Abbey' on Lake Geneva, Sylvie's story is of class, nostalgia and dysfunctional family life. As we follow her across the history of both family and what she finds under the crust of the mystical cassoulet, we get a tale of two sittings – the folklore and status of the cassoulet itself, and a potent dish of family secrets and hidden heritage. 


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This week, Gilly's with Prue Leith to talk about her new book Bliss on Toast which elevates the simplest of pleasures into the most delicious meals.

Her journey in food makes her look like a gourmet version of the Bisto kid, sniffing her way from her Michelin restaurant in London’s starched 60s through, to taking on the catering at British Rail, through Leiths School of Food and Wine to Bake Off, aged 82.  And she’s written 12 cookbooks and 7 novels. Gilly asked her to put her novelist hat on and take her back to the Paris of the late ‘50s where she was an au pair, and ask that young woman what she thinks of her latest book.


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This week, Gilly is slowing right down for a meditation on cooking and eating in An Everlasting Meal by former chef at Chez Panisse, Dan Barber’s researcher and Vogue journalist, Tamar Adler. 

The book which first came out in 2011 has clear echoes of Tamar’s hero, MFK Fisher with its poetic message of resilience and personal power, and its gentle humour is particularly resonant in these challenging times.  Her former boss, Alice Waters writes in the introduction: ‘It’s a beautifully intimate approach in cooking as a narrative that begins not with a list of ingredients or a tutorial on cutting an onion but with a way of thinking. It’s a book to sink into and read deeply’.


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Imaginary Worlds

from Eric Molinsky
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Avg Episode Length: 28 min
Most recent episode: Jan 19, 2023 12:00 AM
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Language: en Explicit: yes Podcast Style: episodic
About this podcast: Imaginary Worlds sounds like what would happen if NPR went to ComicCon and decided that’s all they ever wanted to cover. Host Eric Molinsky spent over a decade working as a public radio reporter and producer, and he uses those skills to create thoughtful, sound-rich episodes about science fiction, fantasy, and other genres of speculative fiction. Every other week, he talks with comic book artists, game designers, novelists, screenwriters, filmmakers, and fans about how they craft their worlds, why we suspend our disbelief, and what happens if the spell is broken. Imaginary worlds may be set on distant planets or parallel dimensions, but they are crafted here on Earth, and they’re always about us and our lived experiences.

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