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Podcasts about Arts

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Episodes about Arts

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Chinese contemporary poetry is flourishing. The most exciting poetic voices come from the 200 million migrant workers working in China. This phenomenon is still largely unknown, even though some of these workers come west to pursue their creative pursuits. The Chinese Swiss-born poet Yang Lian is one of the seminal voices of Chinese contemporary poetry from the 1980s onwards, when his work with the Misty poets combined traditional Chinese poetry forms with western modernism. He posits that every poet is the centre of the concentric circle that radiates outwards and intersects with his peers, family and society at large. Yang rejects the simplistic individual-collective dichotomy of society and states that poetry should be intimately connected with life and language. What if all poetry is in fact just one large piece of art, transcending languages, traditions and cultures? What if at the centre, this project is nothing more but an endless pursuit of a conscience’s perpetual questioning of itself? Yang Lian is a poet and writer, who has published fifteen collections of poems, two collections of prose and one selection of essays in Chinese. His work has also been translated into more than twenty languages, including English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and many Eastern European languages. His work has been reviewed as ‘like MacDiarmid meets Rilke with Samurai sword drawn!’, ‘one of the most representative voices of Chinese literature’ and ‘one of the great world poets of our era’.
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Starting out in the TV Industry? Listen closely to Lottie Targett's tips and tricks in how to survive as a Runner on your next show!Not just one for the burgeoning new recruits of television but Lottie's no holds barred opinion on what life is like in TV, paired with her incredible enthusiasm is bound to make any veteran remember their own experiences and life lessons that might make them question how best to run their shoots now.In the 2 years she spent as a runner, Lottie has an impressive CV racking up credits on; Squid Games: The Challenge, Britains Got Talent, Next Level Chef, The Apprentice and tonnes more.  So have your sharpies at the ready, make notes, grab a coffee and take a listen to this next episode of TV Makers. If you want to get in touch with Lottie, you can find her on Instagram @lottie.targett and Talent Manager.TV Makers is your go-to podcast for staying ahead in your career, where we explore the ever-evolving landscape of our industry. Join us bi-weekly as we feature a diverse range of professionals from all corners of filmmaking. Subscribe, rate, and share to ensure you never miss an episode and stay up to date with all the latest insights and trends.Thank you for tuning in and being a part of our community. Your support means the world to us!Artwork by Benjamin Leon - Instagram: @benleondrawsWebsite: www.benleondraws.comRecorded and Edited by Ashley Golder - https://ashleygolder.tv/Instagram @tvmakerspod
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In her new book, Shakespeare: The Man Who Pays the Rent, Dame Judi Dench and actor/director Brendan O’Hea chat about her long history with the Bard. On this episode, Dench and O’Hea join host Barbara Bogaev to talk about Dench’s experiences playing Ophelia, Gertrude, Lady Macbeth and Titania. Plus, parrots, Polonius, dirty words, hijinks with Sir Ian McKellen, why it’s easier to laugh while working on a tragedy, and more. Dame Judi Dench has played nearly all of Shakespeare’s great roles for women, plus a few non-Shakespearean parts, too, including the title role in Stephen Frears’ Philomena, M in 8 of the James Bond films, Granny in Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast, and Queen Elizabeth in Shakespeare in Love, for which she won an Academy Award. Brendan O’Hea has acted in and directed multiple productions at Shakespeare’s Globe in London, and appeared with Dench in the film Quantum of Solace. Their book Shakespeare: The Man Who Pays the Rent is available from St. Martin’s Press. From the Shakespeare Unlimited podcast. Published April 9, 2024. © Folger Shakespeare Library. All rights reserved. This episode was produced by Matt Frassica, with help from Kendra Hanna. Garland Scott is the associate producer. It was edited by Gail Kern Paster. Ben Lauer is the web producer. Leonor Fernandez edits our transcripts. We had technical help from London Broadcast Studios and Voice Trax West in Studio City, California. Final mixing services provided by Clean Cuts at Three Seas, Inc.
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From Somebody Up There Likes Me to Rocky series to Raging Bull, cinema has long been fascinated with boxing - both the boxers themselves and the characters that make up the sport.I spoke to writer and author David Curcio about his latest book Race, Crime and Culture in Boxing Films, which looks at a selection of boxing films over the last century. We discuss his favourite films and how the way cinema has depicted boxing has changed over the years.David's book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Smash-Hit-Crime-Culture-Boxing/dp/1956450815/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3SWDXQXTM210U&dib=eyJ2IjoiMSJ9.eQ3UzIeidV6Q4F9Lvxiw65p9VUM8dPBvK2DhFLTsXxmvuZh6ikm9DnOtl8shd0xqnm3MxpH-9Qo5rtkrHHt63zkPNrDlD60PLP2EtMHhysn3URcOs62tuNLiMq4K7tcJR8OKkz7zM78W1IL8fCmvT4-a0x9Bw8hCnqcNKQzsy1IAxHGFDC7fSyieZXYAtKUnr87-aAvHqPRHZ1OK72Tqy7EANAZCTR9com4Ujvr4s1M.JM1jjaxD9jZUnYZBBvrWG1O_CxCd9C4k5ycLbj1eRH0&dib_tag=se&keywords=david+curcio&qid=1713717821&s=books&sprefix=david+curcio%2Cstripbooks%2C73&sr=1-1 Find The 286 Project on Social Media: https://linktr.ee/the286project About The 286 Project: A podcast talking about art, politics, culture, sport, and anything else we can think of.
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In this episode Greg talks about Baseball and Softball in Southwest Arkansas. -The boys look at De Queen, Cossatot River, Horatio and Foreman.-Jim Cross joins the show to discuss all things Panthers.-Jeff Tuttle back in the studio to talk about the Dierks Outlaws.-The Boys discuss Coach Cap, The NHL and NBA Playoffs, and The NFL... The post Episode 37: Tournament Implications first appeared on The Ouachita Podcasts.
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"Pleasure isn't dirty, and pleasure can be a healing modality." Host: Michael Dargie, THEREBELREBELPODCAST.COM Guest: Erica Wiederlight, WETHELIGHT.ORG In this episode of the RebelRebel Podcast, Michael Dargie is joined by Erica, a dynamic confidence coach from WeTheLight.org. Erica shares her intriguing journey from New York to Florida, delving into her transition from an acting career to empowering individuals through confidence coaching. She discusses her unique approach to enhancing one's self-love, dating, and sexual empowerment through what she calls a "mojo makeover." Erica’s infectious energy and insightful stories highlight the profound impact of embracing pleasure as a transformative tool for personal growth. Listeners will discover how Erica helps people find their spark and the joy in reclaiming their inner confidence, one mojo at a time. Cool Stuff Erica Says "I take people that feel dusty crusty down on themselves and take them on the journey to feel empowered, alive, radiant, fabulous." "It's so amazing to see people do this work." "The universe is flirting with me, and I hate it, but I love it." "Pleasure isn't dirty, and pleasure can be a healing modality." "The reward is bigger than the fear." Episode Highlights Erica's background from acting to confidence coaching. The concept of a "mojo makeover" and its impact on individuals. Insights into the transformative power of acknowledging and embracing personal pleasure. Erica's transition from New York to Florida and how it influenced her life and career. Practical advice for listeners on how to incorporate small, pleasure-filled moments into daily life. Links from Episode WeTheLight.org (Erica's website) Erica on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/wethelight_llc) "Queer Eye" on Netflix "Pussy: A Reclamation" by Regina Thomashauer
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Anthony Rodia, the New York comic, joins the guys with our special co-host Salzo. As a young child being the center of attention with his family and friends, he made his way onto stage. From content creator to performer his comedy has made thousands laugh with his everyday life stories. Watch him at a stage near you!Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/italians-sicilians-do-it-better-podcast--5871137/support.
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Lauren and Frank discuss Chapter 30 of Wizard's First Rule in The Sword of Truth Series by Terry Goodkind.Our heroes get bamboozled by Old John, Sméagol (sorry, SAMUEL) almost steals the Sword of Truth and Kahlan's covered in snakes.Follow Us:Instagram -  @SeekerConfessorPod  TikTok -  @SeekerConfessorPod ​X - @SeekConfessPodFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61550715094185&mibextid=ibOpuV