Konst – Thailand – Nya podcasts

  • Stay home For those who do not know.

    Gp started with "I will post about rappers every day".
    As usual, the bugs are not upside down and the bugs are not visible

  • ชวนสำรวจงานเต็ก งานดีไซน์ ที่ซ่อนเอาไว้ในซีนีม่า

  • Practice Makes is the podcast for the Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities Reimagining Performance Network (https://www.torch.ox.ac.uk/reimagining-performance-network). Each episode stages a discussion between a leading performance scholar and a theatre practitioner – actors, playwrights, directors and more — to crack open the connections between theatre research and performance in practice. Presented by Helen Dallas and Madeleine Saidenberg, two Oxford DPhil students who research theatre and have worked as directors, writers, and dramaturgs, the podcast explores current questions in theatre scholarship in Oxford and beyond, from academic and practice-based perspectives.

  • Fashion Podcast ที่จะมาชวนทุกคนเปิดโลกแฟชั่นผ่าน 7 สิ่งที่เราชอบไปด้วยกัน เพราะแฟชั่นมีมากกว่าแค่เรื่องเสื้อผ้า

  • That podcast that talks to artist about their digital art and what inspires them.

  • "Chaucer for Beginners" is a captivating conversational podcast series that delves into the life and enduring legacy of the renowned 14th century writer Geoffrey Chaucer. Hosted by a Chaucer expert, the series provides students with a comprehensive understanding of Chaucer's life and times, exploring the reasons behind the enduring relevance of his masterpiece, the Canterbury Tales.
    In an enlightening conversation, interviewer Karen Carey engages with Professor Marion Turner, an esteemed Chaucer scholar and the J.R.R. Tolkien Professor of English Literature and Language at the University of Oxford. Marion’s research interests lie in late medieval secular literature and history, and she has published very widely on Chaucer, including four books and many articles. The podcast unfolds with an introduction to Chaucer's life and historical context, gradually transitioning to a detailed discussion of the Canterbury Tales, focusing on two pivotal tales, namely The Miller’s Tale and the Wife of Bath.

    The series concludes by examining Chaucer's innovative use of language and form, culminating in a final episode that reflects on his lasting literary legacy. This podcast serves as an invaluable resource for those students seeking a nuanced understanding of Chaucer and his timeless contributions to literature. Produced by Peter Robinson and Karen Carey.

    Album Cover Image of The Wife Of Bath taken from Canterbury Tales - Caxton's 1483 edn. St John's College A.2.5 and MS 266

  • Join Chef Ed Harris, a winner of “CHOPPED” & “IRON CHEF INTERNATIONAL" on Food Network and founder of KnifeNSpoon for easy-to-follow recipes and candid conversations.

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  • Digging into business, passion projects and food trends to see what's shaping the New England restaurant scene

  • "Jazz Music " is a captivating podcast that offers a mesmerizing exploration of jazz music's history, diverse styles, and timeless hits. Hosted by an enthusiastic music historian, each episode takes listeners on a journey through the intriguing world of jazz, featuring engaging discussions, expert interviews, and unforgettable music. From tracing jazz's origins in the vibrant streets of New Orleans to unraveling its evolution into a global phenomenon, this podcast provides a comprehensive understanding of the genre. Whether you're a seasoned jazz enthusiast or a curious newcomer, "Jazz Song Chronicles" invites you to discover the beauty, depth, and artistry of jazz in an accessible and enjoyable way.

  • Verse ✍️ and Verve 💥: The Poetry of Popular Music 🎶

    is an enthralling podcast that traverses the landscape of popular music from the 1960s to today. Exploring the art of lyrical craftsmanship, each episode delves into the poetic narratives of influential songwriters, spanning the spectrum from the revolutionary words of Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen's introspective genius to the emotive ballads of Adele and Kendrick Lamar's profound verses.

    The podcast also highlights the cultural resonance and personal storytelling in the songs of Taylor Swift, the intricate lyrics of Frank Ocean, and Billie Eilish's innovative wordplay. Paying homage to the timeless impact of legends like John Lennon, Johnny Cash, and David Bowie, Samuel Hollingsworth's distinctive voice brings to life the quotes of these iconic songs, connecting the expressive songwriting of the past with today's groundbreaking artists. "Verse and Verve" invites listeners to a rich exploration of lyrical evolution in popular music, celebrating the creative brilliance that has defined generations, a collection thoughtfully assembled by Cala Vox.

  • Poemas a la carta nació a como un proyecto de Comunidad de mujeres Magenta que consiste en mandar un whatsapp y elegir un número al azar y recibir un poema en audio escrito por una mujer.
    Este podcast compila todos los poemas enviados previamente en cada temporada.

  • Your Voice is a platform created by Aapka Times for youngsters to show their talent to the world. YV provides space to the aspiring poets,storytellers and other artists to show their talent through its Events. YV also aims to produce vernacular digital content and already producing content in English,Hindi,Urdu, Bangla, Bhojpuri and Malayalam. For Advertisement and Brand Collaboration Reach to us at || [email protected] || You too can share your poetry with us on our Facebook & Instagram handles || @YourVoiceAt

    To get your podcast featured at YourVoice, you may send audio content at [email protected] with subject line "YourVoice Podcast"