Neue CD des Klavierduos Gülru Ensari & Herbert Schuch: "Go East!"  

Go East! So heißt die neue CD des Klavierduos Gülru Ensari & Herbert Schuch, koproduziert von SWR2. Darauf zu hören ist klassische Musik aus Ost und West. Doris Blaich hat mit dem Klavierduo gesprochen.

Ep #94: Page to Screen, Oscars Edition  

The Academy Awards are this weekend and five of this year's Best Picture nominees are based on books! As book and movie lovers, Adam and Jill decided it would be fun to discuss books that were adapted into films that became Best Picture nominees. We also look ahead to upcoming films and make our predictions for what will be future Oscar contenders. 

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Books Mentioned In This Episode:

Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly

Story of Your Life by Ted Chiang

Fences by August Wilson

A Long Way Home by Saroo Brierley

In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue by Tarell Alvin McCraney

Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell

Oil! by Upton Sinclair

The Martian by Andy Weir

Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin

Different Seasons by Stephen King

Forrest Gump by Winston Groom

Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote

In Cold Blood by Truman Capote

Capote by Gerald Clarke

The Godfather by Mario Puzo

Double Indemnity by James Cain

Deliverance by James Dickey

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button by F. Scott Fitzgerald

A Room With a View by E. M. Forster

Winter's Bone by Daniel Woodrell

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey

Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris

Red Dragon by Thomas Harris

The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty

Brokeback Mountain by Annie Proulx

Les Liaisons Dangereuses by Christopher Hampton

The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick

Rebecca by Daphne DuMaurier

Psycho by Robert Bloch

Jaws by Peter Benchley

The Hours by Michael Cunningham

Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf

Plays of Tennessee Williams

Plays of Arthur Miller

The Revenant by Michael Punke

Father of the Bride by Edward Streeter

Serena by Ron Rash

Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith

Far From the Maddening Crowd by Thomas Hardy

Black Mass by Dick Lehr & Gerald O'Neill

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

In The Heart of the Sea by Nathaniel Philbrick

Dark Places by Gillian Flynn

The Secret Scripture by Sebastian Barry

The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman

The Dinner by Herman Koch

Wonder by R. J. Palacio

The Circle by Dave Eggers

The Shack by William P. Young

Red Sparrow by Jason Matthews

Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie 

It by Stephen King

The Dark Tower by Stephen King

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

Devil in the White City by Erik Larson

A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'engle


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Nightfall - Welcome To Homerville (07-18-80)  

Welcome To Homerville (Aired July 18, 1980)
NIGHTFALL was a horror series heard over the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation first from July 4, 1980 to May 22, 1981 and then from November 20, 1981 to June 24, 1983. Thirty shows were selected from the first season to be rebroadcast on NPR from October 2, 1981 to June 25, 1982. Since it is a fairly modern series, most shows are available in stereo. Because it's a modern series, it's not widely available (copyright issues). This show may be the most horrifying series ever done. It was so terrifying, that many stations refused to play it or had to cancel the broadcasts due to listener complaints. This is a well done series and well worth searching for sources. THIS EPISODE: July 18, 1980. Program #3. CBC network, Toronto origination. "Welcome To Homerville". "A trucker on a lonely road to Homerville seeks out a little company on his CB radio, but the other truckers are horrified to learn of his destination, and plead with him to turn around, to avoid Homerville at any cost." Marian Waldman, Elva Mai Hoover, Ron Hartman, Arch McDonnell, Budd Knapp, Corrine Langston, Gordon Thomson, Lynne Deragon, Neil Dainard, Jimmy Morris, Don Dickinson (writer), Allan Guttman (writer), John Stocker, Frank Perry, Robert Christie, Ray Folcik (recording engineer), Bill Robinson (sound effects), Bill Howell (producer, director), Doris Buchanan (production assistant), John Douglas (story editor), Henry Ramer (host). 28:40. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.

1,5 Millionen Kindern droht Hungertod - Interview mit Till Wahnbaeck  

Autor: Simon, Doris
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1,5 Millionen Kindern droht Hungertod - Interview mit Till Wahnbaeck  

Autor: Simon, Doris
Sendung: Das war der Tag
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Zu Opel/PSA - Interview mit Stefan BratzelFH B.-Gladbach  

Autor: Simon, Doris
Sendung: Das war der Tag
Hören bis: 31.08.2017 00:15

Zu Opel/PSA - Interview mit Stefan BratzelFH B.-Gladbach  

Autor: Simon, Doris
Sendung: Das war der Tag
Hören bis: 31.08.2017 00:15

Immer mehr Menschen leben auf der Straße  

Wer in seinem Viertel genauer hinschaut, sieht nicht nur Personen, die um ein paar Cent betteln, sondern auch solche, die in Mülltonnen nach Brauchbarem wühlen oder in Bahnhöfen und Ladeneingängen Schutz vor der Kälte suchen. Alles Zeichen von Wohnungslosigkeit. - AutorIn: Doris Arp

It's when SLUTS get SHAMED  

It's time for a brand new episode of Travis Bickle on the Riviera, the world's only movie podcast, with your hosts Geoff Lapid, Tessa Strain and Sean Witzke.  0:00:00 - 0:21:23 - A New Leaf (1971), directed by Elaine May, starring Walter Matthau, Elaine May, James Coco, Doris Roberts, Jack Weston, George Rose, and Renee Taylor.  Check out Tessa's Robert Evan's Christmas Specials! 0:21:24 - 0:41:52 - Anaconda (1997), directed by Luis Llarosa, starring Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube, Jon Voight, Eric Stoltz, Jonathan Hyde, Owen Wilson, Kari Wuhrer, and Danny Trejo 0:41:53 - 1:03:50 - 20th Century Women (2017) directed by Mike Mills, starring Anette Benning, Greta Gerwig, Billy Crudup, Elle Fanning, Lucas Jade Zumann, and Alia Shawkat. 1:03:51 - 1:31:00 -  Riverdale (2017), showrunner Roberto Aguirre Sacasa, starring KJ Apa, Lilli Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Cole Sprouse, Marisol Nichols, Madeline Petsch, Madchen Amchick and Luke Perry.  Next Week: Jason Statham's wig Our outro music this week: is "Fairytale in the Supermarket" by The Raincoats. And our intro, as always, is from Escape From New York.  You can download episodes directly from itunes and rss. For a quick look at who has been on the show before and what movies have been discussed in each episode, look at our one-page episode guide. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access to monthly criticism from the hosts. You can follow the show on twittertumblrletterboxd and facebook. The hosts are on twitter too - TuckerMorgan, and Sean.   That run was a choice that I made as the character.

Nómadas - Ciudad del Este y Encarnación - 19/02/17  

El sur de Paraguay depara experiencias dispares pero compatibles en un viaje como este, abierto al asombro. El desaforado desarrollo urbanístico y comercial de la fronteriza Ciudad del Este contrasta con la intocada selva virgen que se preserva en el idílico Parque Moisés Bertoni; el rugido de los saltos del río Monday o de las cataratas del cercano Iguazú (ya en suelo argentino y brasileño) parecen querer competir con la obstinación humana, que consiguió levantar la descomunal presa hidroeléctrica de Itaipú, aguas arriba, sobre el río Paraná. Todo es superlativo en esta tierra guaraní, que conserva un rico legado jesuítico en torno a la ciudad de Encarnación. Nos acompañan en esta aventura virtual la ministra de Turismo de Paraguay, Marcela Bacigalupo; la directora de marketing de la Secretaría Nacional de Turismo, Doris Penoni; la presidenta de la Cámara Paraguaya de Turismo de las Misiones Jesuíticas, Olga Fischer; la representante de la Ruta de la Caña Paraguaya, María Irene González; y la arquitecta de Ciudad del Este Paz Argüello.

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Sicherheitsexperte Mölling - "Die globale Ordnung muss sich erstmal neu schütteln"  
Die Wahl von Donald Trump zum US-Präsidenten führt zu einem weltweiten Umbruch in der Außenpolitik, sagte Christian Mölling von der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik im Deutschlandfunk. Nur: Wie der aussieht, lasse sich noch nicht sagen.

Christian Mölling im Gespräch mit Doris Simon, Interview
Hören bis: 26.08.2017 13:13
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Liebeslieder zum Mitsingen: Es muss warm klingen  

Nach Wiegen-, Volks-, Weihnachts- und Kinderliedern sind nun auch Liebeslieder zum Mitsingen in einem aufwändigen Liederbuch erschienen. Die Musikwissenschaftlerin Mirjam James hat das Buch herausgegeben und die Lieder ausgewählt, der SWR war bei den Aufnahmen für das Projekt beteiligt. Doris Blaich hat James gefragt, warum es mehr traurige als lustige Liebeslieder gibt.

KD Returns: 2/13/17  

Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic are joined by Bomani Jones, Michael Wilbon & Doris Burke. Plus, Kevin Durant's return to OKC and a Grammys recap.

Hour 4: 2/13/17  

Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic share their thoughts on which team could challenge the Warriors and chat with ESPN NBA analyst Doris Burke, ESPN NBA Insider Marc Stein and more.

Frank-Walter Steinmeier - Vom linken Jura-Studenten zum Bundespräsidenten  
Frank-Walter Steinmeier war schon während seiner Studienzeit politisch aktiv. Damals schrieb er für die vom Verfassungsschutz beobachtete juristische Fachzeitschrift "Demokratie und Recht". Ihm sei die politische Auseinandersetzung mit seiner Tätigkeit als Jurist immer wichtig gewesen, erzählt sein Schulfreund Günter Platzdasch im DLF. Ein Partei-Karrierist sei Steinmeier nicht gewesen.

Günter Platzdasch im Gespräch mit Doris Simon, Interview
Hören bis: 21.08.2017 14:39
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Can Diet Help Treat Chronic Illness?  


Donna: Hi doctor. My name is Donna, and I have a prior history of breast cancer. I went through chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant. A few years ago I developed an inflammatory disease or airline called Pyoderma gangrenosum, and went into respiratory failure from that. In the last couple years I just ... I haven't been feeling good, I did The Daniel Plan diet through Saddleback church and stuff, so I've been doing that. They're still treating me with fibromyalgia and thyroid problems, and now type 2 diabetes. All these pills are just kind of making me out there with with all this stuff. I don't exercise very much because I don't feel good enough to do that, but I'm trying to do the diet. Nobody seems familiar with the causes from Pyoderma gangrenosum and maybe that, they put me on 2,000 units of vitamin D, and then I had a cardiac enzyme, skyrocketed so they took me off of calcium and vitamin D completely. I'm kinda like, I don't know what to be doing.

Dr. Amen: Okay, so with a chronic illness, it's important for you to do all the things you can do, to try to help it get better. You have to make sure you don't have any food allergies. That you actually do an elimination diet. I don't know if anybody told you to do that, but it would be one of the first things that I would do. My friend Doris Rapp wrote a number of wonderful books, but one of them she said, Is This Your Child? and it's about environmental and food allergies that cause chronic illnesses.

I would completely eliminate, just like Tana told her sister to do. Sugar, bread, dairy, soy, alcohol, coffee, wheat. Now I'm dead serious, and for the first two months I would be eating vegetables, some fruit, nuts and seeds, and lean protein, and that's it. If you have one of those that you're allergic to, that's causing the inflammation in your body, it's totally worth doing it. I mean you'd do anything to be out of this chronic pain and dysfunction, right? Well we've seen many people just completely transform their bodies, just by getting on the right food, so using food as medicine.

Even though you don't feel like doing exercise, I'd do whatever you could do. Maybe it's even in the water, you know, that you're doing things in the water, because that will help buffer some of the pain. That you take high-dose fish oil. I mean what we did with our NFL players is we put them on six grams a day. Many of them said they decreased their pain meds. Another thing I didn't talk about, but I sort of alluded to it in the show, is environmental toxins can totally ruin your body, and ruin your brain. Do you have flood in the house? Is there any mold? Is there anything toxic in your neighborhood? Thinking about those things can be very important as well, but for you it sounds like it's an emergency, and you've already been very sick from this. That means you have to be even more of a warrior for the health of your brain, and make sure that you don't get discouraged and then have a banana split.

Donna: Yeah. Yeah. Been there, done that. Okay. Thank you.

Dr. Amen: You're welcome.

Bev: My name is Bev, and I'm a concerned grandmother. I have a 21 year old granddaughter who is a senior at a university. She's been playing on the women's soccer team for four years. She's just had her fifth brain concussion, I don't understand why they've let her play up into this point, but at this level where she realizes she's done as far as playing competitive soccer, but how can I help her get started on a brain health program?

Dr. Amen: Well I think you know, when the show comes out, share it with her for sure. Or get my book, Change Your Brain, Change Your Life, or some of the other programs I did. Magnificent Mind at Any Age. I'd give her brain scan for Christmas, because when people see their scans ... I mean the concussions may have not caused any lasting damage, or they may cause serious damage that is going to make her more emotional, less effective, and can affect school, relationships, money, her own health down the line.

Going, you're young, her brain is not even finished developing, it's sustained all of this damage, and now is the time to see how much of her reserve we can get back. That would be so exciting, but it's critical for her to get this message now. Once people have had brain trauma, sometimes they don't listen the first time, because they're inattentive, or they're distracted, or their memory is not good, or they're moody, and they're emotional. It's critical, but you can do her such good by giving her this message.

Bev: I will. Thank you very much.

Francis: Hi. My name is Francis. I'm one of those thousands of Americans that have brain injury from automobile collisions, multiple collisions. In two years of cognitive rehab, I never heard a diet nutrition discussed once, and we didn't talk about exercise either. I have a couple of questions. One is, do you have a rela

Cellistin und SWR2 New Talent Janina Ruh im Musikalischen Interview: Emotionale Bekenntnisse  

Wir fragen, prominente Künstler antworten mit Musik. So auch die Musiker, die als SWR2 New Talents gefördert werden. Heute ist es Cellistin und Musikerin Janina Ruh. Sie erzählt, welche Musik sie zum Weinen bringt oder wie es sich anfühlt, ein neues Cello zu erkunden. Doris Blaich hat Janina Ruh zum musikalischen Interview getroffen.

Die russische Dichterin Vera Lourié - Kalter Asphalt von Berlin  
In Sankt Petersburg geboren und behütet aufgewachsen, wandte sich Vera Lourié (1901 - 1997) als junge Frau der Schauspiel- und Dichtkunst zu. In den unruhigen Revolutions- und Bürgerkriegsjahren besuchte sie im Haus der Künste Kurse bei dem berühmten Dichter Nikolaj Gumiljow, der 1921 als Konterrevolutionär von den Bolschewiki erschossen wurde.

Von Doris Liebermann, Das Feature
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Episode 15 - Doris Burke  

Doris Burke is one of the most respected, male or female, in the game of basketball. Her career began as a player at Providence College and is second all-time leader in assists. Her basketball knowledge turned into a life of broadcasting as an analyst for her alma mater. This quickly turned into a sideline reporter, TV analyst, and host of College and NBA TV shows on ESPN and ABC. Chuck and Doris discuss her childhood and path that led her as one of the most trusted voices in the game of basketball.

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