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  • 跑了世界半圈美術老師,決定還是要回到最愛的孩子圈裡,聊教育也聊大小事。

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  • Better narratives for a better future.

    An interactive podcast featuring interviews with leading authors and editors in the speculative genre and writing prompts designed to support the imagination of better futures.

    Narrative Futures is the capstone podcast project of the Futures Thinking network at TORCH. Devised, recorded and edited by Chelsea Haith, the Narrative Futures podcast features eight interviews with some of the mosts important authors and editors working in the the speculative genre today. At the end of each interview, novelist and creative writing tutor Louis Greenberg presents two writing prompts which are designed to support engaged thought and creative imagination about the interview and the listener's own creative practice in narrative building.

    Interviewed on the podcast are Lauren Beukes, Mohale Mashigo, Sami Shah, Mahvesh Murad, Jared Shurin, EJ Swift, Ken Liu, and Tade Thompson. Each interview explores writing strategies, hopes and fears for the future, opinions on genre fiction and tackles questions such as: How do you conceive of and write time? Why is alien invasion a good metaphor for colonialism? What would a benevolent AI look like? What kind of representation is needed in the speculative genre? Are the old stories of future worlds still relevant? How do we integrate the present pandemic into our future imaginaries?

  • This is a series of podcasts captured from the video chats with HKU MUSE Artists, hosted by Prof. Daniel Chua, Chair Professor of Music at HKU. Find out what music resonates in the artists’ minds during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each episode has an accompanying Spotify playlist with the music discussed during the conversation.

  • Shakespeare@ Home is our new ongoing project of classic drama in ‘radio’ format. Conceived as an homage to the heyday of serialized radio drama of the 1930s and 40s, Shakespeare@ Home delivers our same acclaimed tradition of providing accessible interpretations of classic works for a new audience.

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  • I'm Ed Needham, editor of the fabulous literary magazine Strong Words, and this is my podcast, The Five Rules of Writing. In each episode, I speak to a most excellent writer in a particular genre about how they do it.

    If you'd like to know more about Strong Words and specifically how to subscribe, head to

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  • A project of the Center for Arts, Design, and Social Research, this monthly series invites listeners to join a global conversation about the arts, transdisciplinary research, and social justice activism. Conversations from the Center features the voices of an international community of artists, writers, scientists, technologists, activists, and other innovators whose work crosses conventional categories of understanding to address the urgent issues of our times. Produced and co-hosted by Sylvain Souklaye, Dalida María Benfield and Christopher Bratton.

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  • For a whole year on his train to work, Stig Abell read books from across genres and time periods. Then he wrote about them, and their impact on our culture and his own life.

    In this brand new podcast, Stig talks to guests about their favourite books and tries to get to the bottom of what makes them so good. Episodes focus on a range of genres, from Crime to Classics, from Poetry to Shakespeare's Plays. It's a lively and funny celebration of the power of words, as well as a guide to discover new books to love and remind you of the ones that you already do.

    The podcast accompanies Stig's book THINGS I LEARNED ON THE 6.28: A GUIDE TO DAILY READING, published by John Murray Press on 12th November 2020.

  • A series of interview with authors of new books from Princeton University Press

  • Taking a closer look at some of the most fascinating stuff inside our museums. From bits of buried treasure to iconic portraits to outlandish furniture, what do these things say about us? Each episode, we hear from a range of people who share their expertise and passion, revealing the incredible stories behind the objects we collect, curate and cherish.

    Art and Stuff is published by Art Fund, the UK’s national charity for art, which raises money for museums and galleries through the National Art Pass – a neat little card that gets you free or reduced-price entry to hundreds of great cultural venues and exhibitions around the country. The podcast is produced by Whistledown.

  • Aesop presents transporting short stories by five authors whose work has left an indelible mark on the human imagination—to nourish the mind and provide a lasting gift for treasured souls.

  • 嗨嗨我是Agnes(揮手),身邊的朋友和資深讀者們通常都叫我AG。從大學時期愛上用影音紀錄生活,和大家分享日常穿搭、美妝保養,以及日本北海道留學、跨領域研究所、初出社會的點點滴滴。



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  • A nerd-off between friends Mikey O'Leary and Reena Leone.

  • 郭洵與Birdy是室內設計系的大四生,接下來的一年我們會每週和大家一起探討設計議題,外加一些不正經閒聊!

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  • Este podcast tiene como finalidad la difusion de mi primera novela, la cual se situa en la Lima de inicios del siglo XX y nos lleva en sus capitulos a recorrer la historia de la mano de un ser misterioso iniciado en la vida vampirica hace ya cinco siglos. La historia se acompana de personajes con los que probablemente se identificara el lector, quiza con un ser conocido, o quien sabe....con Ud mismo.

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  • STRINGS RETUNED: Inside Quintessential Strings Performances
    Strings Music Festival, based in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, presents a new podcast. Music Director Michael Sachs curates a weekly highlight of previously unreleased performances and is joined by principal players from across the nation in conversation and commentary about each piece.

  • The book is about three families in England at the beginning of the twentieth century. The three families represent different gradations of the Edwardian middle class: the Wilcoxes, who are rich capitalists with a fortune made in the Colonies; the half-German Schlegel siblings (Margaret, Tibby, and Helen), who represent the intellectual bourgeoisie and have a lot in common with the real-life Bloomsbury Group; and the Basts, a couple who are struggling members of the lower-middle class. The Schlegel sisters try to help the poor Basts and try to make the Wilcoxes less prejudiced. The motto of the book is "Only connect..."

  • Radio Imbibe is the audio home of Imbibe magazine. In each episode, we dive into liquid culture, exploring the people, places, and flavors of the drinkscape through conversations about cocktails, coffee, beer, spirits, and wine.

  • Jeremy and Cordelia are two friends with a shared love of songs and movies that make us cry. Back when we first met in 2014, we bonded over books and our heightened teenage emotions. We continued on to university together, where we cried over the same Bojack Horseman episodes and sent each other Spotify playlists. Now we live and work in London, and still share that same all-caps excitement for the release of new albums and the exaltation of crying at concerts together. Each episode, one of us picks a movie and the other picks an album; together, we talk about how these make us feel.