Society And Culture Podcasts
Crawlspace is a true crime podcast from the guys who brought you Missing Maura Murray. Lance & Tim continue to dive as deep as possible into missing persons cases, murders, robberies, and family mysteries; while filming a documentary about their quest. Current cases: Brianna Maitland's 2004 disappearance The 1918 unsolved murder of William Dean The John Giuca wrongful conviction case The Vanishing Men of Boston
By Crawlspace Media
Overheard with Evan Smith brings you in-depth interviews with today's most fascinating public figures. You'll meet politicians, authors, artists, actors, journalists, businesspeople, and anyone who's at the center of things. Join us for smart conversations with the country's most interesting people, always with an eye toward the news and always with a sense of humor.
The Motivational Wiseass podcast will give you an honest, upbeat and possibly edgy take on yoga and life in general. Subscribe now and join Jeffrey Posner on a journey to stay motivated, be happy and detach from the world around you. From industry news and yoga culture to self-help and development, we’ll explore living a yoga (better) life. Namaste MF!
By Jeff Posner : Motivation, Yoga, Wellness
This Land's podcast are short documentary pieces that explore life in the middle of America. Each month, we offer recurring segments like "Just Passing Through," where travelers tell us what they think about life in Oklahoma; "Poetry to the People," which takes poetry to the street; and "The Short So Long," in which we say goodbye to our friends and neighbors. Visit thislandpress.com for related readings and videos.
By This Land Radio
Voiced readings of Kahlil Gibran's 'The Prophet' George Russell wrote: ‘I do not think the East has spoken with so beautiful a voice since the ‘Gitanjali’ of Rabindranath Tagore as in ‘The Prophet’ of Kahlil Gibran, who is an artist as well as a poet. I have not seen for years a book more beautiful in its thought, and when reading it I understand better than ever before what Socrates meant in the ‘Banquet’ when he spoke of the beauty of thought which exercises a deeper enchantment than the beauty of form….I could quote from every page, and from every page I could find some beautiful and liberating thought.’
By Readings from 'The Prophet' by Kahlil Gibran