Arts – New podcasts

  • Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews deep and quirky outsiders, such as a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining the mix are such celebrated thought leaders as feminist Helen Lewis, Lord Daniel Finkelstein and free speech advocate Andrew Doyle.

    The aim is to surprise you with a totally different story every time in this 2x Apple Noteworthy show. One week, we're in a Michigan prison with a man who accidentally killed his girlfriend in a botched suicide, the next we're in Australia with the Coffin Confessor, and then we're in the Andes with a plane-crash survivor who had to eat his friends. The only thing that links them all is their place On the Edge. 

    This is for fans of Louis Theroux, Joe Rogan and Adam Buxton. New episodes every Monday.

  • Some cases are ready to come out of the cold. All that’s needed is that one final clue.

  • Canada doesn't really have a 'star system' like our neighbours to the south. In fact, many of our celebrities have had to leave the country to find the work and recognition they deserve. 

    Well, THE CANADIAN STAR SYSTEM aims to change that. Each week, host Steve Patterson (CBC Radio's The Debaters) and his producer/co-host Diana Frances (Canadian Screen Award winning comedy writer) interview a well-known Canadian celebrity who then shines the spotlight on someone THEY think should also be a star. That person joins the conversation and we learn why they are worthy of being a household name... in households other than their own.

  • The Subverse, presented by Dark ‘n’ Light is a podcast that uncovers the hidden and marginal in stories about nature, culture and social justice. From the cosmic to the quantum, from cells to cities and from colonial histories to reimagining futures. Join Susan Mathews every fortnight on a Thursday for weird and wonderful conversations, narrated essays and poems that dwell on the evolving contingencies of life.

  • A bi-weekly book club podcast. Two friends talking about words, drinking wine and probably offering too many opinions.

  • The Paul Leslie Hour - Helping People Tell Their Stories is a talk show with new episodes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Some of the most iconic people of all time drop in to chat. Frequent topics include Arts, Entertainment and Culture.

  • In this podcast varying guests from the field of electronic music chat about gear, music production, art, studio techniques, and everything else that occupies their minds. Just a bunch of knob twiddlers who are knowledgeable in their niche sharing insights and stories among each other and with an audience. Live every Wednesday 8pm CET.

  • Not all fine watches are necessarily Swiss, mechanical, or cost the Earth. The FineWatches podcast looks show that watches and watch collecting can be accessible to anyone who wants to get involved. Great watches exist at all price points and the reasons to love them are different for everybody. Through guest conversations, buying and collecting guides, and specific watch reviews, FineWatches brings you the best in watch content for everyone from the watch newbie to the most experienced of aficionados. You can read our blog articles here:

  • After 15 years of running The Sketchbook Project, we've accumulated over 50,000 sketchbooks that live in our permanent collection at Brooklyn Art Library. Our collection embodies the age old expression, "Don't Judge a Book By It's Cover!" Each kraft colored book that you pull down holds a story that is as unique as the individual. Part of the magic of our library is that you never know just what you'll find as you explore the books throughout our shelves.

    As employees of Brooklyn Art Library, our days are consumed with the collection. While our daily lives are surrounded by interacting with and preserving The Sketchbook Project, each book is only a glimpse of an artist's experience frozen in time. It often makes us wonder...What is the impact of our project? Do our participants remember it often or is it something they send off and never think about again? Where are they now and how has their work evolved or lives changed after this experience?

    These questions sparked our Founder and Managing Director, Steven Peterman and Associate Creative Director, Autumn Farina to explore the collection through getting to know the artists behind these stories. Like our collection, this podcast is versatile! Each episode features participants from our community as we discover the stories behind their books through different themes, formats and topics.

    We hope you embark on this journey with us and become just as inspired as we are by the stories that unfold through each episode. Together, we will learn more about the collection from the eyes of the creators themselves and unveil what was really going on when they shared their story with The Sketchbook Project.

  • A weekly podcast where we talk about life stories, books, food, and video games.You can contact us Streaming Platforms:anovelconsole.carrd.coOur art was done by:Instagram: @metamorphikei

  • The Only Way is Reading is a podcast brought to you by Essex Library Services. We are dedicated to bringing you great book recommendations and interest stories with a library twist.

  • Locals from around the world share the hidden treasures of their city. We’ll go beyond the basic tourist attractions to discover the best things to do, eat, drink, and see from a local’s point of view. Whether you’re using airline miles, hotel points, or cold hard cash to travel, our goal is for you to have the best experience possible when you visit these cities thanks to the insider knowledge of our guests. Stay tuned and subscribe so that you can join us when we travel there.

  • Welcome to the New Republic Archives, where we discuss the history and legends of a galaxy far, far away. Tune in for a bi-weekly podcast where hosts Gary and Tim will discuss various Star Wars stories and content from the past 44 years: whether it be legends or canon!

    And remember: If it’s not in the archives, it doesn’t exist!

  • Madelon et Cathos, deux jeunes provinciales, arrivent à Paris en quête d'amour et de jeux d'esprit. Gorgibus, père de Madelon et oncle de Cathos, décide de les marier à deux prétendants, La Grange et Du Croisy, mais ces dernières les ridiculiseront de telle façon que ceux-ci voudront se venger de ces « précieuses ». Entre alors en scène un jeune homme, Mascarille, se prétendant homme du monde fréquentant les meilleurs cercles, qui tombera amoureux de Madelon. Vient ensuite un second homme, Jodelet, dont Cathos s'amourachera. On découvre ensuite que ces deux hommes sont des imposteurs, soit les valets des deux premiers hommes rejetés. Les précieuses sont tombées dans le piège et ont donc montré le ridicule de leur vanité. (de Wikipedia)
    Personnages : La Grange, amant rebuté - Michaël Cadilhac Du Croisy, amant rebuté - Michaël Cadilhac Madelon, fille de Gorgibus - Nadine Eckert-Boulet Gorgibus, bon bourgeois - Christian Cathos, nièce de Gorgibus - Ezwa Almanzor, laquais des précieuses ridicules - Stanley Marquis de Mascarille, valet de la Grange - Dan Mewton Vicomte de Jodelet, valet de du Croisy - Christian Al-Kadi Premier porteur de chaise - Glenn Simonsen Deuxième porteur de chaise - mb Violons - Aldor Marotte, servante des précieuses ridicules - Maud Benard Lucile, voisine - ani poirier Didascalies et préface : Kalynda Violons (musique) : mb

  • This podcast is for all my fellow nerds and geeks that are into movies, shows, and comics....Let's talk about it!

    We are now on YouTube!!

  • The Whitney Museum of American Art presents Artists Among Us, a podcast about American art and culture. We tell stories revealing the complexities and contradictions that have shaped life in the United States today. We consider the American artist David Hammons and his new sculpture, Day's End (2014–21). This is a monumental, permanent public installation that pays tribute to a long-destroyed 1975 artwork of the same name by the artist Gordon Matta-Clark. Anchored on the banks of Manhattan’s West Side and stretching into the Hudson River, Hammons’s Day’s End is sited next to the Museum and occupies the precise location where Matta-Clark’s work once stood. We follow the evolution of the Manhattan coastline through the history of the Meatpacking District, and celebrate the communities that have shaped the neighborhood where the Whitney now stands. This podcast was produced by Sound Made Public in collaboration with the Whitney Museum of American Art.

  • A book podcast that asks the question: when does a writer’s work become required reading? Every other week, The Req Room hosts Mio Borromeo and Mandy Cruz take popular authors of the day and review each entry in their bibliographies, to see just how close these writers get to the sweet spot between mainstream breakout success and traditional literary sensibility.