Society And Culture Podcasts
In the interviewers chair for over 30 years, Milt Rosenberg exemplifies utterly implausible radio. Whether the topic is foreign policy or American politics, the state of the English language, the history of World War II, the latest discoveries in astrophysics, what local chefs cook for their own dinners, or the guest is a Pulitzer or Nobel Prize winner, you won't hear anything, anywhere, quite as stimulating or quite as fascinating. Past guests of note include Margaret Thatcher, David McCullough, Henry Kissinger, David Mamet, Colin Powell, John Updike, William Safire, P.D. James, Richard Posner, Phillip Roth, Robert Bork, Gary Becker, William Bennett, Norman Mailer, George Will, Jim Lehrer and on and on--virtually a cast of thousands of interesting and significant people. It's no wonder Talkers Magazine cites him as the "Nation's leading author interviewer". Authors, journalists, scientists, newsmakers, professors, and even the occasional cab driver or waitress-all have sat across the table from Milt to opine on a wide array of topics. Among the panel discussions recently featured: Adventures in the cab (or PR firms, or the restaurant trade) recent developments (or historical perspectives) in law, sociology, film criticism, the talk trade itself and ad infinitum.
Podcast of Master Sommelier Brian McClintic. Wine and Environmental issues... * TTGL stands for The Thin Green Line. These episodes explore environmental issues, mostly within the wine industry (but sometimes not). * VWC stands for Viticole Wine Club. These episodes deal exclusively with the featured winemakers in Brian's wine club * The rest of the episodes cover the wider world of wine
By Brian McClintic
Great Discoveries self-guided audio tour of the Pitti Palace provides today’s tourist with the most enjoyable and informative way to visit the most majestic of the Renaissance palaces. Lavishly decorated and fully furnished, it remains one of the most extraordinary residences in the world. From the 16th century on, the Pitti Palace has been home to all of the ruling families of Florence, Tuscany, and Italy; including the Medici’s, Lorraine’s, Bourbon's, Bonaparte’s, and the Savoy’s. Today its countless rambling rooms house several museums, the most important of which is the Palatine Gallery, whose beautiful salons are filled from floor to ceiling with paintings from the private collections of the Medici and Savoy’s. It is one of the largest and most important museums in the world containing works of Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, Botticelli, Lippi, Tintoretto, Peter Paul Rubins, and others. Our carefully researched tour guides you through the Palatine Galleries and the Royal Apartments pointing out and describing the most significant artworks by some of the most hallowed names in Italian and European art. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour, visit www.tourcaster.com.
SonicErotica aims to provide erotic audio specifically tailored towards people with vision impairment. You'll find us easy to navigate with a screen reader such as JAWS, and full of stimulating stories, provocative dialogue, real sounds and personal confessions to make your ears blush. Our focus is not only on creating audio versions of great fiction, but on really bringing these to life with high sound quality and authentic soundscapes to deliver to the visually impaired (and anyone else with ears) immersive audio erotica. Many of the stories are "illustrated" with sounds recorded from actual sex scenarios, often made by the narrators themselves; and all orgasms are authentic. Stick with us as we evolve, we hope, into the best erotic audio venue on the internet.
This Human Business is a podcast that explores the new movement to reassert the value of the human experience, in an age when an obsession with digital tools of automation has created a dangerous imbalance in the corporate world. The podcast looks into the use of mythology and storytelling to evoke emotional engagement, the role of rituals in commercial culture, new radically human forms of thick research that complement Big Data, human reactions to new business technologies, dark and hopeful visions of the future, digital racism, and the fluid opportunities for dynamic interactions with gender and identity in the business world. It then transforms into the articulation of emotional granularity, exploring the business of being human.
By Jonathan Cook