Arts – New podcasts

  • On Let’s Get Real Chef Erica Wides walks you down the aisles of the surreal world of food, serving up a heaping dose of reality by separating the food from the foodiness so you can forage, hunt, gather, trap and fish for real food anywhere, even in a foodiness-filled mega market. Incisive, pragmatic, sarcastic, and an unrepentant know-it-all when it comes to anything food, on Let’s Get Real Chef Erica Wides does the job for you of sifting out everything that’s fake in the world of food – from “foodiness” marketing and cooking show shams to “health-halo green-washing” and annoying whole-food righteousness – so you never unknowingly chow down on carpeting again.

  • Welcome to The Beerhive, a podcast about beer, politics, and everything in between. Recorded live at pubs in Wellington, New Zealand, join journalists Shane and Michael as they chat to brewers, politicians, and anyone they think will have a good yarn.

  • Join us in the tavern for tales of fantasy! Each episode features guests from far away lands sharing legends from their own realm, along with a story from our host.

  • theory11's ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS feature Q&A interviews with the most prominent names in magic. Listen and learn every month.

  • This show is hosted by Franciska, a female Jewish Orthodox singer, producer, composer. She interviews people in her industry hoping to learn and share about this field, bringing awareness to the market that is still quite underdeveloped.

  • Art & Labor chronicles the stories of social justice organizing within the arts. We hope to center the human cost of the “art world” and advocate for fair labor practices for artists, assistants, fabricators, docents, interns, registrars, janitors, writers, editors, curators, guards, performers, and anyone doing work for art & cultural institutions.

  • The Yiddish Book Center's podcast includes conversations with Jewish culture makers, plus news and stories related to Yiddish literature, language, and culture.

  • Fashion in Transition: The new digital workflow, is a podcast about new digital developments within the current workflows of the fashion industry. The initial digital focus is on 3D virtual prototyping. A design tool that enables designers and developers to create 3D digital garments or accessories, without having the need to produce prototypes and/or samples. With experts from the industry as guests, the podcast is all about understanding the basics of these new workflow developments! For more information about the topics discussed, go to

  • The Speaking to Impact podcast shares proven tools and strategies to help listeners communicate with clarity & confidence. It's no secret that glossophobia (the fear of public speaking) consistently ranks as one of the top fears reported by Americans on surveys identifying common phobias. Speaking to Impact seeks to demystify the art and practice of public speaking. My mission is to significantly reduce the number of people who imprison their voices due to fear and feelings of inadequacy as well as provide seasoned speakers with additional techniques to maximize their message. Support this podcast:

  • We explore all aspects of the architectural world - from famous architects to iconic structures.

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  • The Anatomy of Melancholy is a book by Robert Burton, first published in 1621. On its surface, the book is a medical textbook in which Burton applies his large and varied learning in the scholastic manner to the subject of melancholia (which includes what is now termed clinical depression).

    Though presented as a medical text, The Anatomy of Melancholy is as much a sui generis work of literature as it is a scientific or philosophical text, and Burton addresses far more than his stated subject. In fact, the Anatomy uses melancholy as the lens through which all human emotion and thought may be scrutinized, and virtually the entire contents of a 17th-century library are marshalled into service of this goal.

    Burton is forthright about his intentions in writing the Anatomy — "I write of melancholy by being busy to avoid melancholy," he concedes. This acknowledged desire to distract and amuse himself motivated Burton to produce a wide-ranging document, containing digressions and commentary. Whatever its strengths as a medical text or as a historical document, it is the Anatomy's vast breadth — addressing topics such as digestion, goblins, the geography of America, and others — and the particularly characteristic voice of its author that are most commonly cited by its admirers as the main sources of its appeal. Both satirical and serious in tone, the Anatomy is "vitalized by (Burton's) pervading humour", and Burton's digressive and inclusive style, often verging on a stream of consciousness, consistently informs and animates the text. (Summary from Wikipedia)

  • Conversations with science fiction and fantasy authors about the creative process

  • A podcast about Six Feet Under, the aughts' most morose prestige television show about a Gen-Xer and a funeral home and mortality. Hosts Jenna Scherer and Caroline McGraw discuss each episode spoiler-free, so you can watch along whether you're a longtime fan or brand new to the show.

  • Legendary author, Orson Scott Card and his friend, radio host and author Rusty Humphries, review everything from movies to toilet paper. It's a fun, insightful look at things that touch our lives.

  • Gareth Jones On tour with The Alarm for the Sigma USA Tour 2019

  • Radio Kunakirwa is podcast all about Zimbabwean music. Since 2007, we’ve been giving Zimbabweans all over the world exclusive access to a different dimension of Zim music. We have always believed in the uniqueness of the Zimbabwean sound. When we started, the aim was to create a platform for artists to market themselves beyond Zimbabwe's borders. The diaspora needed a connection to home in that way. A lot has changed since then but we are still serving the Zim music industry and the wider market. We love youthful Zimbabwean sounds that define the voice of the current generation. Through that we’ve built Zimbabwe’s most unique music podcast with over a decade’s worth of art. Welcome. Mauya. Samkele.

  • Listen to Ray Hennessy tell the story behind the photo and hear the sounds of what it was like to be there when it was captured.