Konst – Nya podcasts

  • Growing food once changed the course of history. It led to settlements, cities, industrialisation, and, ultimately, a deeply complex food system characterised by corporate power, environmental decay and waste. Somewhere along the way, we became removed from where our food comes from. But - if we grow food, reconnect and care about food - we can change the future’s course. Food Done Right is a new podcast series exploring how we eat and how growing some of our own food helps us to rethink the system we’re a part of. Changing how we eat is one of the greatest transformations we must achieve in the coming years. A food system defined today by its destruction of nature can become one that brings about regeneration. Food growers get to know this. A world full of food growers can create this change from the ground up.

  • A weekly podcast where best friends, Haley Sywak and Madeline Ryan chat about the books you should be reading from the best writers.

  • Join sister and brother duo Al (the Harry Potter Super Fan & Word Nerd) and Erik (the Harry Potter Novice & Audio Geek) as they have quick chats about various characters, places, spells, or creatures and tell you all about why the names are so awesome and clever.One thing is clear, J.K. Rowling used mythology, lore, cultural references, and historical legends to create multi-layered and metaphorical names. So, whether you're a super fan or brand new to the Harry Potter universe, you're sure to find some new and interesting layer to this magical series!

  • Speaking, for me,has always been a hobby. Speaking, not "noise making"(two different things)
    Little wonder broadcasting, Voice over, Anchoring, comes to me naturally, because I'm a very expressive person... much more, verbally So, platforms that allow me express myself are such blessings I'd never trade😉

  • Can a small feel of pity towards beggars lead to the next biggest Mafia attack in the world? Are beggars really to blame? Listen to our podcast to find out!

  • A occasional conversational podcast that meets at the intersection of film, literature, pop culture and doing the right thing. You can find us wherever you get your podcasts. New episodes are released approximately once a month. Subscribe and don't miss out!

  • Do you find yourself stuck in the same channels? Unable to break out of the echo-chamber of your media consumption and worldview. Transmitter is here to cut through the noise. Lucia Scazzocchio from 'Social Broadcasts' scans the digital soundscape every other month to bring you original sounds, new voices and archive treasures from podcasts, radio, sound installations and anything that catches her ears.

  • An ongoing weekly or bi-weekly podcast following 4 adventurers through the official campaign “Lost Mines of Phandelver”

  • Welcome to Designing New Realities, a podcast series exploring the experience side of XR experiences. Why do we need such a specific topic? From our perspective it’s actually not so specific. Depending on your perspective, because of your unique point of view, your experience in an XR application can be vastly different than anyone else’s. And, while the complexity that comes along with adding a third dimension to a solution or application is exciting and inspiring to our creative minds, it wreaks havoc when trying to produce something that can appeal to a mass audience.

    Since the dawn of time, mass dissemination of information has been shared via 2D interfaces – from cave paintings telling the story of the animals we hunted to stone tablets giving us rules for life… to books to newspapers to websites to smartphones. And, over time, intuitive standards and best practices have evolved, which help condition and align audience expectations, ultimately making the information easily digestible, usable. Not so just yet within the 3D/Spatial world. Sure, we can borrow from principles 2D design has developed, but like a Square stuck in Flatland, we don’t know what we don’t know.

    Now, with cloud computing, always-connected ubiquitous devices, the tech is stable, capable and scalable – ready for mass adoption… the last hurdle? Usability. The value pulsing through XR solutions is exponential because where 2D info is locked in box, accessible only when we go to it, XR solutions manifest all around us – something we experience. As industry journalist and this series’ inaugural guest Jesse Damiani notes:

    “XR opens us up to the full 3D reality of the digital world, which we’ll interact with using our whole bodies—marking the single biggest growth opportunity in the history of design.”

    With that, to come full circle, and turn that circle into a sphere, each episode this series will wax philosophy with a guest expert, discuss and dissect the magical, practical and tactical XR examples out there today, and hone in what makes a solution usable. So, join us on this journey as we break through space and experience the Th3rd Dimension…

  • Film & TV episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. We speak to actors, directors, writers, cinematographers & variety of behind the scenes creatives about their work and how they forged their creative careers. To listen to ALL arts & creativity episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts!

    Exploring the fascinating minds of creative people. Conversations with writers, artists & creative thinkers across the Arts & STEM. We discuss their life, work & artistic practice. Winners of Oscar, Emmy, Tony, Pulitzer, leaders & public figures share real experiences & offer valuable insights. Notable guests and participating museums and organizations include: Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Neil Patrick Harris, Smithsonian, Roxane Gay, Musée Picasso, EARTHDAY.ORG, Neil Gaiman, UNESCO, Joyce Carol Oates, Mark Seliger, Acropolis Museum, Hilary Mantel, Songwriters Hall of Fame, George Saunders, The New Museum, Lemony Snicket, Pritzker Architecture Prize, Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Serpentine Galleries, Joe Mantegna, PETA, Greenpeace, EPA, Morgan Library & Museum, and many others.

    The interviews are hosted by founder and creative educator Mia Funk with the participation of students, universities, and collaborators from around the world. These conversations are also part of our traveling exhibition.
 www.creativeprocess.info

    For The Creative Process podcasts from Seasons 1 & 2, visit: tinyurl.com/creativepod or creativeprocess.info/interviews-page-1, which has our complete directory of interviews, transcripts, artworks, and details about ways to get involved.

    INSTAGRAM @creativeprocesspodcast

  • Create Happy is a mental wellness podcast for creative professionals and people who want to be creative. In each episode, we review a simple exercise that can help you break through creative blocks, regardless of doubt, depression, anxiety, and addiction. We talk about hope, belief, action, and purpose. We talk about what it takes to create happy.

  • Bob's Short Story Hour is a podcast dedicated to telling stories of contemporary and classic authors in order to accomplish three things: preserve the art of storytelling, get a variety of new works out to the listeners featuring a variety of genres and authors, and to promote the works of little-known/up-and-coming independent authors. We also feature independent music. Visit www.bobsshortstoryhour.com to learn more about the show and for info on how to submit stories/music to be included on the project. Thank you for listening everyone!

  • THIS IS RAGE is the story of what happens when you shine a light on the system that allows the rich to become the super-rich and the super-rich to get their own zip codes. As you can imagine, it isn’t pretty . . . but it does make for great drama. We have CEOs being kidnapped, Investors dealing unscrupulously, coders turning criminal, counsels breaching confidences, the public spinning conspiracies, and a has-been rediscovering his mojo. We even have a little romance.

    At the center of all of this are two people. Kimo Balthazer was once the biggest radio shock-jock in the land. But a series of spectacular flame-outs has left him sleeping on a bench in Golden Gate Park trying to salvage any semblance of his career broadcasting on the Internet with a laptop and a $10 microphone from Best Buy. Sylvia Normandy is a top executive at EnvisionInk, one of Silicon Valley’s most glittering jewels. Sylvia was once a public defender and she’s still committed to doing the right thing. But when Sylvia sees her company under siege on multiple fronts, she realizes she needs to bend some rules. And that means giving the story of a lifetime to a certain shock-jock she swore she’d never set eyes on again.

    You see, Sylvia and Kimo have a history. A tortuous history. But that’s nothing compared to the future they’re about to create.

  • But Wait! There's Lore! goes beyond the pixels, code, and players and dives into the rich and illustrious lore and story behind the massively popular World of Warcraft games, books, comics, and films. Venture with us on a journey to tell, craft, and investigate the lore and story of Azeroth.

  • An anthology blending Eastern and Western folk horror into unique storytelling experiences. Although the stories in this anthology are varied, the dominant theme of Nyctophobia highlights the East and Southeast Asian superstition surrounding the number 4, the number associated with death.


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  • Tragedy described beautifully — Short horror stories that intrigue the mind and chill the soul.

  • There’s never been a musical theatre game show… until now. In The Great Broadway Game Show Competition teams of Broadway stars face off against each other, and the audience, to identify show tunes and win money for charity, all while sharing intimate stories and memories from their lives and careers. Who do you think knows more about musicals? Who can remember all the lyrics to the most obscure songs on Broadway? Tune in and play along with host Todd Graff as he puts everyone’s knowledge to the ultimate test.

    Created and hosted by Graff, and joined by co-host Andrew Lippa (Tony nominated composer/lyricist of The Addams Family, Big Fish and The Wild Party), guest players include Annaleigh Ashford, Jason Alexander, Beth Leavel, Robin de Jesus, Andy Karl, Orfeh, Donna Murphy, Jeremy Jordan, Krysta Rodriguez, Scott Wittman, Marc Shaiman, Stephen Flaherty, Tamara Tunie, Angela Grovey, J.K. Simmons, Rosie O’Donnell, Ashley Spencer, Ken Page, Katie Finneran, Max Von Essen, Howard McGillin, Jason Tam, Jackie Hoffman, Ann Harada, Bruce Vilanch, Capathia Jenkins, Richard Kind, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Seth Rudetsky, Kate Baldwin, Andrea Burns, Liz Callaway, Tracee Beazer, and many, many more. Plus, the home audience not only provides game questions, but can actually come onto the podcast and play. 

  • Your Ultimate source for everything Fletch: the books, the movies, & the latest news about our favorite journalistic reporter, Irwin M. Fletcher.

  • Discover every The Adventures of Philip Marlowe episode currently available!If you like this series, check us out at https://otrpodcasts.com for even more classic radio shows!Audio Credit: "The Adventures of Philip Marlowe" by The Old Time Radio Researchers Group

  • You’re listening to Downworlder Dish a Shadowhunter Chronicles Podcast. Come geek out with us as we over analyze The Mortal Instruments, Infernal Devices, Dark Artifices, and more! We will be focusing on character development, plot review, and relating to real life. Breaking down Cassandra Claire’s written works chapter by chapter. We are spoiler free, so come and read along with us fellow mundanes!