Society And Culture Podcasts
A Way with Words is a fun and funny radio show and podcast about language. Co-hosts Martha Barnette and Grant Barrett talk with callers from around the world about linguistics, slang, new words, jokes, riddles, word games, grammar, old sayings, word origins, regional dialects, family expressions, books, literature, folklore, and speaking and writing well. Email your language questions for the show to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call with your questions toll-free *any* time in the U.S. and Canada at (877) 929-9673. From anywhere in the world: +1 (619) 800-4443. Hear all past shows for free: http://waywordradio.org/. Also on Twitter at http://twitter.com/wayword.
By Martha Barnette and Grant Barrett, produced by Stefanie Levine
Broadcast every Saturday at 4.00pm EST on 365 Radio and the #1 punk rock show online! The Maximum Volume/Flex Your Head Show is Punk Rock toasted to your perfection with slices of humorous interludes. It is a unique blend of old school punk, proto-punk, hardcore punk, psychobilly, rockabilly and garage rock you will never find on other radio programs. Max makes the show unique by splicing funny sci-fi clips, hilarious interview audio clips, and irreverent audio clips between song The #1 punk rock/indie rock radio show. Max Volume is a radio and video broadcaster personality and promotes and distributes punk, psychobilly, rockabilly, punkabilly, hardcore punk, garage punk, and rock bands music. We also include hilarious sprinklings of funny segments, 1950's car commercials, etc.
By Max Volume
The Relix Audio Hour is a "podcast supplement" to the popular rock magazine. From exclusive interviews to concert and album reviews, the Relix Audio Hour is a unique audio experience for music fans of all varieties. Produced and hosted by music producer, Jesse Lauter.
By Relix Media Group
Sonitotum is all about creating a healthy, sane, and successful writing life as seen through the personal insights, reflections, and observations of host Matthew Wayne Selznick, an author / creator / consultant living and working at the lush and lavish studios of MWS Media in Long Beach, California.
By Matthew Wayne Selznick
Humans of Hospitality is a weekly podcast, showcasing stories and insights from the world of independent hospitality – the human beings rather than the big brands. You’ll hear from the producers of ingredients and the people who combine those ingredients to bring you new dishes and drinks… and the owners of the bars, cafés and restaurants who create memorable settings, so you recall your mouth-watering meals years later. They are the people who bring vibrancy to their corner of hospitality and, who, as a group, make all our lives richer and more interesting. If you want a world of formulaic and dull corporate sameness this is not the podcast for you. If you’d like to learn about amazing human beings who dedicate their lives to making the world more diverse for our daily enjoyment, please listen. Each week brings a new inspiring story. Through it you’ll learn about the challenges facing independent businesses in this sector, from excruciatingly tight profit margins to tackling competitors such as Deliveroo and UberEats. We are exploring hospitality in its broadest sense. Farming, politics, culture, cooking, nutrition, welfare, family, business, love and more. Wether you’re a famous figure or total unknown, if you love hospitality and have something important to say, chances are we’ll end up having a conversation. We want to explore the fair production of food, protecting the planet and humanity, whilst ideally tasting awesome. It’s going to be quite the adventurous conversation. In showcasing these stories, founder and presenter Mark Cribb, wants to tip the balance back in favour of independent businesses: “Where we spend our money genuinely makes a difference to the kind of world we live in. So let’s at least make our world interesting.”
By Mark Cribb
Explorewell exists to observe, document and reflect upon how design and culture come together to enrich our lives and add value to our work. This podcast explores these themes through interviews, travel notes, and cultural experiences to further explore their contexts, probe the deeper questions surrounding them, and make sense of how design’s role in them relates to the bigger social picture. Its topics are meant to connect ideas in the social sphere, broaden understanding of design’s role in business and innovation, evaluate shifts in design and culture, and champion beauty.
By Robin Mooty