Society And Culture Podcasts
A conversation sometimes worth recording with mates Tommy Jackett & Josh Janssen. Each weekday, Tommy & Josh chat about life, creativity, business and relationships — big questions and banter. Regularly visited by guests and friends of the show! This is The Daily Talk Show.
By Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett
Artist/Poet and producer of the Scribble Show, which is hosted by myself, Geoff, Louise and Emma. The Scribble the programme profiles up and coming poets, authors and established performance poets. lives. Why not join us on the programme, just leave your poetry or story on www.facebook.com/365scribble.
By Neil Kinsey Fagan
A show that covers each episode of The Handmaid's Tale on HULU with in depth and entertaining analysis. Join our hosts Tiana, Ria, Sarah and Justin as they break down each episode in detail, and discuss the book, the issues, and anything else that comes up along the way.
By All Consuming Content
We all listen to music, but few understand how it works. Mozart and Me exists to promote musical literacy by making you an intelligent music listener and to help you discover quality new artists you should know. This program will explore the nature of music, musical genres, theory, history, singing technique, popular music, productivity, and interview musicians to make you an informed music enthusiast.
By Paul Mikhaylenko
Description Carla is: a bookdrunkard. a 40-something with psychology and counseling degrees with post-grad work in grief/loss/trauma, sex crimes, and forensic anthropology. a woman who has lived in three haunted houses. a former freelance journalist and counselor, who is never bored. a disabled introvert who sees connections everywhere--like John Nash, only less math-y. a knitting fidget who loves horror movies with a skewed passion. Like one of her heroes, Harriet the Spy, she wants to learn everything and write in all down (more likely than not in her bullet journal). Join her (and sometimes her friends) in her strange library as she INFJs everything from unused angles. It’s going to get weird in the best way. Let’s play.
By Carla Pettigrew Hufstedler