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#103: Sparks Nevada, Marshal on Mars, “Murder In His Place”  

Starring Marc Evan Jackson as Sparks Nevada and Busy Philipps as the Red Plains Rider. Also starring Mark Gagliardi, Craig Cackowski as Felton; Linda Cardellini as Rebecca Rose Rushmore; David Anders as Chicky Sullivan; Joshua Malina as the Barkeep; and Merrin Dungey as the Barkeep's wife.

Recorded September 8, 2012.

Episode 73: Year in Review  

We bring you some of the highlights (and lowlights) of 2016: Amina explaining the Kanye-Kardashian-Blac Chyna-Amber Rose octagon, author Rebecca Traister, Whoopi's weed empire for combating period pain, Huma Abedin and our post-election feels. Not to mention the ceaseless gun violence this year. And, some comfort to recall for 2017 from the Joy of Missing Out and the chillout hoodie.

On dira ce qu’on voudra 2016.12.08  

Au micro de Rebecca Makonnen : Laurence de Milk & Bone est avec nous pour souligner la journée mondiale du chant choral, Rose-Aimée Automne T. Morin vient s’amuse des bisbilles entre personnalités sur les réseaux sociaux et Dominic Tardif explique à Rebecca le rôle du coanimateur.

Épisode 1 - Rebecca Zlotowski  

Dans ce tout premier épisode de La Poudre, Rebecca Zlotowski se livre au micro de Lauren Bastide (@LaurenBastide), dans l’intimité d'une chambre d’hôtel.

Récompensée du Prix Louis-Delluc du premier film pour "Belle Epine" (2011) puis du Prix François Chalais dans la sélection Un Certain Regard au Festival de Cannes pour "Grand Central" (2013), avec Léa Seydoux en tête d'affiche, Rebecca Zlotowski est considérée comme l'une des réalisatrices les plus talentueuses de sa génération.

Son nouveau film, "Planetarium" avec Natalie Portman et Lily-Rose Depp, est sorti en salle le 16 novembre 2016.

Rebecca Zlotowski évoque avec Lauren Bastide les épisodes de sa vie et de sa carrière qui ont façonné sa construction en tant que femme. Son enfance, la mort de sa mère et sa puberté (05.36), son passage d'une agrégation de lettres au métier de réalisatrice (19:03), le sexisme dans le cinéma français (24:30), ses rapports avec Léa Seydoux et Lily-Rose Depp (29:22) et le caractère inhérent au métier de metteur en scène (33:36). 

La Poudre est une production Nouvelles Écoutes

Réalisation et générique : Aurore Meyer-Mahieu. Mixage : Zaki Allal. Assistante de production : Zisla Tortello. 

------ Cet épisode 1 de La Poudre, enregistré à l’Hôtel Providence, est rendu possible grâce au soutien des micros Blue Microphones. ------

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Lily-Rose Depp et Emmanuel Salinger  

durée : 01:17:05 - L'humour d'Inter - par : NAGUI - Lily-Rose Depp et Emmanuel Salinger sont les invités de La Bande Originale à l'occasion de la sortie de "Planétarium" de Rebecca Zlotowski.

Lily-Rose Depp et Emmanuel Salinger  

durée : 01:17:05 - La bande originale - par : NAGUI - Lily-Rose Depp et Emmanuel Salinger sont les invités de La Bande Originale à l'occasion de la sortie de "Planétarium" de Rebecca Zlotowski.

Planète Zlotowski  

durée : 00:29:53 - Boomerang - par : Augustin TRAPENARD - Pour son troisième long métrage, "Planetarium', elle s'offre un casting de stars : Natalie Portman et Lily Rose Depp. Rebecca Zlotowski est l'invitée d'Augustin Trapenard.

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On dira ce qu’on voudra 2016.11.02  

Au micro de Rebecca Makonnen, Christiane Charette et Rose-Aimée T.Morin reviennent sur la lettre de Safia Nolin en réponse aux médisances à son endroit depuis le Gala de l'ADISQ. Aussi à l’émission : « Est-il possible de danser sur tout type de musique?» On en discute avec Louise Lecavalier et Pierre-Paul Savoie.

Ep. 75 - Arden Rose  

This week we have old soul, star of MR. STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT, and retired cheerleader Arden Rose! Did you know that Rebecca Black was her matchmaker? She shared this, her thoughts on being a hipster, and her love of oatmeal, and more! - Head over to Fullscreen.com/nottoodeep and sign up for your FREE first month! - Please remember that this episode is brought to you for free by our extremely generous sponsors - Squarespace and Modcloth. Go support them because they support us!

On dira ce qu'on voudra 2016.09.29  

Au micro de Rebecca Makonnen: Arnaud Soly en quête du dernier hipster, Rose-Aimé Automne T.Morin s'en prend au tabou des menstruations dans les œuvres culturelles et Jérémy McEwen s'intéresse aux testaments artistiques.

On dira ce qu'on voudra 2016.08.29  

Rebecca Makonnen parle de l'impact des génériques des séries télé sur leur succès avec Hugo Dumas et Dave Bélisle, Rose-Aimée T.Morin nous parle de la place du corps dans le processus créatif et le producteur Martin Henri nous parle de la renaissance du vidéoclip.

Ep 34: Books that marry fiction and reality with Rose Booth  

Our guest today is Rose Booth, a technology merchandising director and cinephile who sometimes "feels like she's dating books." Rose loves female protagonists who flout convention and books where reality meets fiction, but she's also eager to fall in love with titles from one popular genre that she hasn't had any luck with—yet.

You can catch up with Rose online at Rosie's Reviews, Ruminations & Reflections, as well as her Twitter and Instagram. Plus, friend her on Goodreads to see if she ends up liking today's recommendations!

Books discussed in this episode: 

• Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White
Harry Potter audiobooks, by J. K. Rowling and narrated by Jim Dale
The Help by Kathrynn Stockett
The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert
Enchanted Islands by Allison Amend
The Casual Vacancy by J. K. Rowling
• The Cormoran Strike series by J. K. Rowling, beginning with The Cuckoo’s Calling 
• Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier
Glory Over Everything by Kathleen Grissom
The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom
Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn
The Time in Between by Maria Duenas
My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante

Also mentioned in this episode:

• Pushing Daisies (TV show), also narrated by Jim Dale!
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Ep. #35 -- Mystery, Murder, and Mayhem, Oh My...2!  

In today's episode Emma, Meghan and Kristin return to share the latest books they've been reading and listening to in the Mystery genre. Back by popular demand, they also provide a pretty amazing list of punny-named cozy mysteries that you're going to love. You can find links to sample and borrow all the books discussed from your library below or by visiting our Professional Book Nerds reading list.

Murder & Mystery Book Recommendations:

 

Melancholy Accidents by Peter Manseau

 

Don't You Cry by Mary Kubica

 

You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott

 

Behind Closed Doors by B. A. Paris

 

In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware

 

A Killer Crop by Sheila Connolly

 

Wytches by Scott Snyder

 

Bram Stoker's Dracula adopted by Michael Burgan

 

We could be Beautiful by Swan Huntley

 

Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye

 

The Vegetarian by Han Kang

 

The Girls by Emma Cline

 

Dark Matter by Blake Crouch

 

Upcoming Books we can't wait for

 

The Trespasser by Tana French

 

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty

 

End of Watch by Stephen King

 

To The Bright Edge of the World by Eowyn Ivey

 

The Last Interview by David Bowie

 

Hag-Seed by Margaret Atwood

 

Pun-tastic Mystery Titles

 

Assault and Beret (Hat Shop Mystery Series) by Jenn McKinlay

 

Stick and Scones (Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery Series) by Diane Mott Davidson

 

Going, Going, Ganache (Cupcake Bakery Mystery Series) by Jenn McKinlay

 

Curried Away (Spice Shop Mystery Series) by Gail Oust

 

The Cracked Spine (Scottish Bookshop Mystery Series) by Paige Shelton

 

Roast Mortem (Coffeehouse Mystery Series) by Cleo Coyle

 

The Good, The Bad and the Guacamole (Taste of Texas Series) by Rebecca Adler

 

We'll Always have Parrots (Meg Langslow Mystery Series) by Donna Andrews

 

Éclair and Present Danger (Emergency Dessert Squad Mystery) by Laura Bradford

 

Crepes of Wrath (Pancake House Mystery Series) by Sarah Fox

 

It's Your Party, Die if you Want To (Live and Di Dixie Mystery Series) by Vickie Fee

 

Shades of Earl Grey (Tea Shop Mystery Series) by Laura Childs

 

If You've Got It, Haunt It (Haunted Vintage Mystery Series) by Rose Pressey

 

If Books Could Kill (Bibliophile Mystery Series) by Kate Carlisle

 

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Michael Rapaport 06/24/2016  

The guys start the show with an NBA Draft breakdown as well as some Sabermetrics talk. Mt Rushmore of the best numbers in the history of numbers. Michael Rapaport from the I Am Rapaport podcast joins the show to talk about his depression about Lebron, what they future looks like with Derrick Rose, and whether or not he's man enough to eat horse poop. Segments include "PR 101" for Johnny Manziel, "Stay Classy", "Talking Soccer", "Uhhh Ya Think", "Jimbos" and the debut of "Hey JJ".

Vigil for Orlando shootings, local LGBT community reflects  

About a thousand people gathered in Halifax to honour victims of the mass shooting at the gay nightclub in Orlando. Halifax poet laureate Rebecca Thomas spoke. Rebecca Rose is chair of the Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project.

Vigil for Orlando shootings, local LGBT community reflects  

About a thousand people gathered in Halifax to honour victims of the mass shootings at the gay nightclub in Orlanda. Rebecca Rose is chair of the Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project.

The Essex Way  

Clare Balding continues her series exploring epic walks, by joining four women as they take their final training walk before they set off to complete the eighty-two mile Essex Way, in just three days. Rebecca Rose and her friends have been training since Christmas to walk from Epping to Harwich. They're walking in aid of a local charity close to their hearts, Essex and Herts Air Ambulance. Four years ago Rebecca's daughter Katy's fiancé was involved in an accident at work, he was treated and air lifted to a London hospital by the local air ambulance. Although he sadly died, the family remain very grateful that they attended, as they know he received the best possible care. Katy was pregnant at the time and grandson, Oscar will be there to encourage the walkers at the beginning and end of the walk. Producer Lucy Lunt.

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Romany Gypsy Women; Rose Tremain  

Today Rose Tremain's latest novel, The Gustav Sonata, is published. Her writing career spans more than forty years - her first novel appeared in 1976 - her fiction has been published in 30 countries. Shortlisted for the Booker, she has won many prizes, including the Orange Prize, Whitbread Novel of the Year and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. Rose joins Jenni to talk about writing fiction and the many themes in her novel, in particular friendship, love, neutrality and commitment. This weekend members of the Romany Gypsy and Irish Traveller communities are intending to demonstrate in London to protest at new planning laws which, they say are eroding their traditional way of life. Ryalla Duffy is a Romany Gypsy who lives with her family in Lincoln. Do women still need that one 'best friend'? Or is the idea that women have an intimate group of friends outdated? Nell Frizzell and Rebecca Holman discuss the pressure on women to form friendships. Dr Sue Black, mother of four, lifted herself out of poverty by studying technology, gaining a degree and a PHD. Now she wants to make every mum tech savvy. She talks to Jenni about her ambitions for her social enterprise, Tech Mums, why she believes that mothers should move to understand their children's interest in social media rather than trying to limit their use of it. Presenter: Jenni Murray Producer: Kirsty Starkey.

Wild Geese in a Summer Storm #260  

It's funny how when I come up with an episode title I like, the whole show seems to take on a mood that seems just like the title. That's certainly the case for the Wild Geese in a Summer Storm. Just wait til you get to the bagpipes. If that doesn't bring it home, nothing will. Great indie Celtic music from Hearthfire Duo, Andy Lamy, An Triur, Battlefield Band, Rebecca Gilbert and Kellswater Bridge, Jed Marum, Black Market Haggis, McGinty, Scottish Octopus, Mickey Coleman, The Freestylers of Piping, Niteworks, Murder the Stout, Leaping Lulu.
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This Week in Celtic Music

0:27 "Reel Time" by Hearthfire Duo from Rising Tides

3:08 "Reels: Tommy Coen's / Poll an Madra Uisce (The Otter's Holt) / The Lame Fisherman" by Andy Lamy from The New Blackthorn Stick

6:36 "Sovay" by An Triur from Three People

9:48 "Strathspey & Reels: Sporan Dhomhnaill / Mist on the Glen (The Devils of Dublin) / Miss Monaghan" by Battlefield Band with Nuala Kennedy from Beg & Borrow

14:21 "Red Is the Rose" by Rebecca Gilbert and Kellswater Bridge from Origin

18:52 CELTIC MUSIC NEWS

20:02 "The Wild Geese" by Jed Marum from Calla's Waltz

23:22 "Concertina Reel Set" by Black Market Haggis from

26:10 "Brennan on the Moor" by McGinty from Ballads and Bar Tunes

29:14 "The Ferret/Voodoo Child" by Scottish Octopus from Live in Union Square

36:34 CELTIC FEEDBACK

38:52 "Holylands Belfast" by Mickey Coleman from Carefully Crafted

41:52 "The Heavy Hitter/The Shape of Piping to Come" by The Freestylers of Piping from The Shape of Piping to Come

47:00 "Aiseag Maol Rubha" by Niteworks from NW

50:47 "Sound the P

S2 Ep 10: We Never Promised You A Rose Garden - Serial Season 2  

The Crime Writers dissect almost every aspect of Serial, Season 2, Episode 10, "Thorny Politics." It gets so deep that Rebecca feels the need to include extra out-takes for comic relief. Plus, Kevin explains what a "news fixer" is and makes a better-than-last-week transition into our ads, Rebecca asks whether or not public radio reporters are SO committed to journalistic neutrality that they only talk to Republicans, we hear what a traffic report in New Hampshire would have sounded like a decade ago, and the panel discusses a Crime of the Week designed for the twenty-five percent. Related: Here's the New York Times article that gets mentioned about twelve times during this episode An Atlantic story about news fixers and how they manipulate which crimes you actually hear about on network TV Rebecca mentioned this reddit thread in which a user made a comment about Sarah Koenig's use of sources and reporters' fears of being seen as "liberal shills"

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