Japón – Nuevos podcasts

  • 毎月訪れる満月と新月のタイミングに合わせて、「#敦子スメ」の福本敦子と担当編集Dが送る、家から駅までの1 mileでちょっと気分が上がる(といいな)と願って話すpodcastです。オーガニックコスメのこと、星の動きについて、などなど気ままに話します。

  • ヒップに走って食って昼寝するための生活指向ポッドキャスト。
    アクティヴィティからテクノロジーまで@nuca_ataと@nbqxがメインのPeanutButterNoodlesCastTeamでお送りしています。

  • Everyday アーユルヴェーダ&ヨガ〜ハレプレは、マスターヨギーニ、そしてアーユルヴェーダのプラクティショナーであるマイラリューインがお届けする、ホリスティックヒーリングに関する注目すべきポッドキャストです。ヨガとアーユルヴェーダは共に取り組むことで、私たちの人生により多くの平安と幸福がもたらされるようにデザインされています。アーユルヴェーダの基礎を伴うヨガの実践は、深くそして永続的な変革を起こします。アーユルヴェーダの癒しの可能性は、日常的なヨガの実践によって大いに増幅されます。マイラが、これら古代の科学を定義する時代を超越した智慧について彼女の見解をシェアするので、毎月聴いてください。思慮深く直観的な先生であり、真のヒーラーであるマイラは、あなたが魂、心、そして平安、真実、明晰さを見つけることができる内側の神聖な空間へと繋がるよう導きます。

  • Aaron "Eggy" Mollin, John McGrath and Curtis Chen verbally drift through all the latest trends in motoring, as well as provide specific car reviews and the occasional bout of off-topic chatter.

    Welcome to car-jacked, an automotive podcast for true enthusiasts.

  • KIKI-TABI=聞き旅は、様々な人の話を聞く旅。2 Thousand Miles=2000マイルは、日本列島のおおよその長さ。
    「KIKI-TABI ~2 Thousand Miles~」は、日本列島を旅しながら、様々な人の話を聞く番組です。

  • A behind the scenes listen to all the good things going on at Woodies, with stories, guests, encouragements and some wittering.

  • A dialogue for the Church! To dive deeper into sermons here at GCC, theology, current cultural topics of the Church locally here in Toledo, around the globe, and everything in between!

  • Random Facts club is a podcast for things useless for your work

  • サンフランシスコ在住二人が気になる最新メイクやファッション、サンフランシスコの生活をカフェで配信するポッドキャスト

  • 日米カップルが "Small Talk" の枠を出て、ちょっとシリアスなテーマを気ままに英語で語ります。A Japanese/American couple talks about bunch of stuff. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sakuraco/support

  • ヒトの暮らしを宇宙と未来に届けるポッドキャスト。ガジェット、ライフハック、映像、ミーム、マーケティング、お金、音楽、食べ物、読書、洋服、DIY、アウトドアなど多彩なトピックを独自の視点でお届けします。本編で話したトピックをまとめたShow Notesは Replicant.fm お便りは replicantfm@gmail.com またはハッシュタグ #replicantfm までお願いします。

  • Freedom Under Fire with John Whitehead™, available free of charge, provides listeners and radio stations alike with insightful, relevant and provocative commentary on popular culture and constitutional issues.

  • The Life Skills 4 Kids: Superstar Practical Strategies podcast is packed with, loads of practical strategies for helping kids do what they need to do! This is for all parents, whether you have a child with autism, ADHD, sensory processing disorder, anxiety or a typical kid who's struggling to get out the door in the morning. Deb Hopper, Occupational Therapist brings you daily struggles from the home and school front together with awesome ideas to make your home calmer and happier.

  • If you've loved and cherished The Wind in The Willows, you'll be delighted to read The Golden Age. In this book of reminiscences by Kenneth Grahame, the much loved creator of Winnie The Pooh, readers are granted an insight into the writer's childhood.

    The opening lines of the Prologue provide a poignant reminder of Grahame's childhood. When he was just five, his mother died in childbirth and his father who had a long standing problem with alcoholism consigned his four children, including the newborn baby, to the care of their grandmother in Berkshire. The rambling old house was a treasure trove of passages and attics, filled with old things and provided the children with plenty of excitement. Their uncle who was a member of the clergy in a neighboring village, often came to take them boating and walking in the nearby woods. These are the memories that are so charmingly captured in Grahame's books. Though he was a brilliant pupil, financial issues did not allow him to pursue further education at college. Instead, he went to work in a bank. His writing career began relatively early on, with the publication of short stories in various magazines when he was just 20 years old. However, it was in 1908, when he was more than 40 that The Wind in The Willows was published, which was received with great admiration and enjoyment by both adults and children.

    The Golden Age was published in 1895. Some of the stories in it had already appeared in various magazines. It was greeted by poets like Swinburne with much praise and almost instantly regarded as a classic. What's interesting about The Golden Age is that in this book, Grahame uses the metaphor of Ancient Greek legends and stories as parallels to his own life. The adults are termed “The Olympians” appearing remote, inaccessible and lofty to a child. Their activities are incomprehensible to the young mind while they had no interest in the doings of their wards. Grahame's humorous yet ironical tone lends a touch of fun to the adult world as seen through the eyes of a child.

    Other chapters describe the fun of being outdoors, visitors and relatives who come to the house, childhood games of Roundheads and Royalists, King Arthur's Knights, bandits and damsels in distress, knights errant, soldiers and princesses and everything else that a group of high spirited children could devise out of their boundless imaginations. Youthful escapades, stolen fruit, daredevil stunts and the carefree days of childhood are vividly captured in The Golden Age.

    For modern day readers, these recollections are interesting and in almost complete contrast to children's lives today, yet the book is an amusing and easy read for all ages.

  • These are quick bedtime Stories all about Bubby the Bear and his woodland creature friends. What crazy adventures will Bubby and his friends get into next? Lets find out now!