Arts Podcasts

The Twenty Percent True Podcast show

The Twenty Percent True PodcastJoin Now to Follow

A short story every episode. A monster every episode.

By Carolyn Rahaman

The Curtain Up Show show

The Curtain Up ShowJoin Now to Follow

Tim McArthur, Nathan Matthews and guests discuss London's thriving theatre scene.

By The Curtain Up Show

Tailslate: A Cinematography Podcast show

Tailslate: A Cinematography PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Professional cinematographers Ed and Ben discuss the life and challenges of being DPs working in narrative and commercials, and where cinematography and filmmaking look in a digital age.

By Ed Moore & Benedict Spence, Cinematographers

Everyday Art Room show

Everyday Art RoomJoin Now to Follow

Everyday Art Room, with Cassie Stephens, is a look into the world of elementary art, offering advice, stories, and ideas to improve your teaching.

By Cassie Stephens

DesignBetter.Co: Design great products show

DesignBetter.Co: Design great productsJoin Now to Follow

The DesignBetter.Co Podcast is from DesignBetter.Co, where we want to make it easier for you to design great products. Visit us at DesignBetter.Co is brought to you by InVision, the platform that helps you design better, faster, together.

By InVisionApp, Inc

The Private Side of Public Work show

The Private Side of Public WorkJoin Now to Follow

Urban planning, government, public policy, art, architecture, design. These are all things that exist in the public realm. They impact the way our cities look, the way we live our lives. We are used to hearing about the public side of public work. We hear about "best practices" that showcase the most successful programs or policies. We see finished products, polished and shined. We're not doing that here. On this show we pull back the curtain and delve into the Private Side of Public Work. We ask the questions that people may be afraid to answer, but that need to be brought into the open to make our cities, our companies, buildings, our governments, and ultimately our lives, run better.

By Ingrid Heilke: Urban planner and EPA research scientist turned financial and business strategist ninja for the urban planning and design sector

On The Ledge show

On The LedgeJoin Now to Follow

A podcast about indoor gardening, presented by Jane Perrone

By Jane Perrone

HowlRound's Podcasts show

HowlRound's PodcastsJoin Now to Follow

HowlRound is a knowledge commons by and for the theatre community made up of an online journal, a livestreaming TV channel, an interactive data map, and more. It’s a place for theatremakers to share feedback, learning, expertise, frustration, and vision. Anyone can participate in our open platforms, for free.

By HowlRound: A knowledge commons by and for the theatre community

Origins with James Andrew Miller show

Origins with James Andrew MillerJoin Now to Follow

<p><em>Origins</em>, narrated, researched and interviewed by award-winning and best-selling author of the oral history books on ESPN, Saturday Night Live and CAA, the Creative Artist Agency, James Andrew Miller, will explore beginnings -- whether from the worlds of television, movies, sports, music, business, or even human relationships -- to explain how greatness starts and how critical happenings come to be. Listeners will hear firsthand from those who were "there at the start," who hatched The Great Ideas, or who arrived in time to turn those great ideas into formidable realities.</p><p><br></p><p><em>Origins</em> will strive to reveal the unexpected, the unpredicted, and those moments of luck and fate that no one sees, or saw, coming. These will include pivotal junctures, trapped doors and level jumps. This podcast series will chart the pedigree of success, celebrating entrepreneurship and examining the frustrations and nightmares that, suddenly or inevitably, occur along the way.</p><p><br></p><p><em>Origins</em> will be based on individual topics, played out in chapters -- a historic album, a groundbreaking television show, a company that altered the way we consume media, or even a couple whose romantic relationship garnered widespread curiosity.</p><p><br></p><p>All of these compelling and entertaining subjects will in some way, have helped create the world we live in today.</p><p><br></p>

By DGital Media

The Simple Show show

The Simple ShowJoin Now to Follow

Say YES to the things that matter most to us and NO to the rest. It’s a great philosophy …but what does this look like in real life? Making time for our favorites—travel, creative work, loving our people, and good self-care—means saying no to the good and YES! to the great. Tsh Oxenreider chats with co-hosts Kendra Adachi, Stephanie Langford, Erin Loechner, and Haley Stewart about how to make this work in the day-to-day.

By Tsh Oxenreider