Arts – Denmark – New podcasts

  • Jessie goes through the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe with a guest and talks about the characters that we know and love and have forgotten as well.

  • A podcast spotlighting the creative soul of people with creative minds. And vice versa.Hear how some of the creative world's best got into the business, what keeps them in it, and how great work gets to be that way. All that, and whatever else comes up.Hosted by Andy Askren, CD at Grady Britton in Portland, OR. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/have-a-nice-idea/support

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  • Stage left podcast explores performers' approaches to making their work. I teach and write about contemporary theatre and performance at Queen Mary University of London.

  • Hvordan er det, når ens far giver kvajebajer, fordi han fik en datter? Denne podcast af forfatter Majbrit Løfqvist undersøger det at være kvinde før og nu.

  • Videoproduktionen von Studenten des Institut LernRadio. Portraits von Personen und Projekten.

  • Hør de seneste tanker og ideer fra instruktører, scenografer og skuespillere om forestillingerne på Betty Nansen Teatret.

  • New York Times critic Dwight Garner says “The Slate Culture Gabfest is one of the highlights of my week.” The award-winning Culturefest features critics Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner debating the week in culture, from highbrow to pop.

    For more of Slate’s culture podcasts, check out the Slate Culture feed.

  • Jane Addams was the first American woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. In a long, complex career, she was a pioneer settlement worker and founder of Hull-House in Chicago, public philosopher (the first American woman in that role), author, and leader in woman suffrage and world peace. She was the most prominent woman of the Progressive Era and helped turn the nation to issues of concern to mothers, such as the needs of children, public health and world peace. She emphasized that women have a special responsibility to clean up their communities and make them better places to live, arguing they needed the vote to be effective. Addams became a role model for middle-class women who volunteered to uplift their communities. This recording of her memoir Twenty Years at Hull-House commemorates the 100th anniversary of its publication, the 150th anniversary of Addams' birth, and was released on December 10th, the anniversary of Addams receiving her Nobel Prize. (Summary by Wikipedia and Elizabeth Klett)

  • Welcome to „The Future of UX“ - a podcast brought to you by Adobe.

    In every episode I am talking to leading UX Designers and digital pioners about the future and their way to benefit from new technologies . Always looking for answers about how we are going to design a great user experience in the future.

    We are living in an exciting time where AI and machine learning automating our workflows, augmented reality providing additional information and smart assistants like Amazon Alexa open ups new ways of interfaces.


    Thanks for listening and hear you in the future

  • Making a Middle Grade walks you through how a children's book goes from an idea to a bookstore. We're following WHAT HAPPENS NEXT, my debut novel, as it goes through the traditional publishing process with HarperCollins. By talking to industry pros, fellow authors, school librarians, and more, we'll break down how children's books--specifically middle grade books--are made.

  • The Bright Ideas Collective is a collection of playful, practical resources to help you light up your creativity.

  • These lectures explain Japanese classic literature by the chapter and sentence. It includes various unique concept such as "Okashi" or "Miyabi".

  • Woyzeck ist ein Dramenfragment des deutschen Dramatikers und Dichters Georg Büchner. Büchner begann vermutlich zwischen Juni und September 1836 mit der Niederschrift. Bei seinem frühen Tod im Jahr 1837 blieb das Werk als Fragment zurück. Das Manuskript ist in mehreren Entwurfsstufen überliefert. Im Druck erschien Woyzeck erstmals 1879 in der stark überarbeiteten und vom Herausgeber veränderten Fassung von Karl Emil Franzos. “Woyzeck” wurde am 8. November 1913 im Residenztheater München uraufgeführt.Der einfache Soldat Franz Woyzeck, der seine Freundin Marie und das gemeinsame uneheliche Kind, die genau wie er am Rande der Gesellschaft leben, zu unterstützen versucht, arbeitet als Laufbursche für seinen Hauptmann. Dieser und ein skrupelloser Arzt nutzen Franz physisch und psychisch aus. Marie lässt sich mit einem Tambourmajor ein und Woyzecks aufkeimender Verdacht wird durch ihm nicht freundlich gesonnene Mitmenschen geschürt, bis die Handlung eskaliert.Anmerkung: Dieses Stück ist ein Fragment. Es gibt keine einzig richtige Reihenfolge der einzelnen Szenen, denn sie sind weder numeriert noch in Akte aufgeteilt. Die hier vorliegende Reihenfolge stimmt großenteils mit der Verfilmung mit Klaus Kinski in der Hauptrolle überein. Überdies ist jede Szene in einer gesondert aufgenommen, so daß das Werk auf “shuffle” gehört werden kann, um neue Interpretationen zu finden.Das Stück spielt in Darmstadt, die Figuren sprechen größtenteils in dortigem Dialekt. Deshalb haben im Hochdeutschen grammatikalisch falsche Konstruktionen hier seine Richtigkeit.

  • Welcome to Another Kind of Mind: A Fresh Look at the Beatles. We're a collective of artists, musicians, and professionals across a spectrum of fields who dissect and challenge established narratives about the band with irreverent, fearless, and thought-provoking analysis.

  • Lord Sugar, the self-made multi-millionaire behind Amstrad and The Apprentice, appeared at the Apple store in Covent Garden on 26th October 2010 to talk about his autobiography, What You See Is What You Get. Lord Sugar was interviewed by Adrian Chiles.

  • Fem Uger i Ballon: Lydbog efter spændingsroman af Jules Verne. Oversættelse efter den 23. af det franske Akademi prisbelønnede udgave. Andreas Schous Forlag, 1883. Hvis man skal sætte ord på hvad videnskaben geografi går ud på, er det at beskrive og analysere jordens overflade, dens landskaber, mennesker og dyreliv - at dykke ned i dens jordlag og at studere hvordan vindene
    blæser. For kun halvanden hundrede år siden var mægtige område i det indre Afrika næsten ukendt for europæerne. Man anede fra sporadiske kilder, at det vældige kontinent gemte på mystiske riger og lande, frodige
    vidtstrakte skove, endeløse savanner og søer så store som have. Men det
    var uhyre vanskeligt at udforske kontinentet og meget risikabelt for de
    som prøvede. Mange døde af sygdom og udmattelse i de uigennemtrængelige junglevildnis, andre tørstede ihjel i dets ørkener og igen andre blev myrdet på bestialsk vis af fjendtligt sindede indfødte.

    Den ukuelige engelske globetrotter dr. Samuel Fergusson sætter sig for at gennemføre det risikable eksperiment at udforske Afrika fra øst til vest
    ved hjælp af sin luftballon, ledsaget af sin nære ven skotten Dick Kennedy og den tro tjener Joe. Romanen rummer ikke alene de tre opdigtede heltes enestående færd over det ukendte land, men giver også et indblik i de mange autentiske ekspeditioner, som dengang blev forsøgt foretaget i det indre Afrika; ikke sjældent med et tragisk endeligt.

    Meget har ændret sig i vor viden om kontinentet og ikke mindst er vort syn på de afrikanske folkeslag blevet betydeligt mere nuanceret siden Jules Verne skrev romanen i 1863. Ikke desto mindre giver romanen et interessant og sjældent billede af et oprindeligt Afrika, fra før den tid hvor
    europæerne for alvor satte sit præg på kultur og landskab. (Forord af Kristoffer Hunsdahl)

  • Kitchen wisdom and friendly chat from two friends who love to bake

  • Henri and Blake believe Improv has the power to change lives, maybe even the world, and as they'll find out on "Improvise Till You Make It!", there is no shortage of improvisors out there who agree with them!

    Through compelling, personal, and often tragically funny interviews, Henri and Blake discover how The Improv Mindset has changed the lives of their talented guest improvisors, while using these conversations as fuel for some intermittent improv comedy as hilarious as it is poignant.

  • The Feast presents delectable stories from the dining tables of history. Every two weeks, we immerse you in the sights, sounds, & tastes of a meal from the past. Make bread with medieval monks; share a martini with Churchill. Find out what wars were won & which kingdoms were lost, all for the sake of a good meal. Email suggestions for shows to thefeast@thefeastpodcast.org