RTÉ Radio 1: Documentary on One. Flesh has turned itself to stone or dust by Earlid. The Life of a Song: War. The Life of a Song: Smells Like Teen Spirit. Sound narrative. Angles, Time, Perspectives is a 5:00 multilayered sound art narrative providing a soundscape of travel over time and distance, a choral created from seemingly disconnected sound sources at my travel destination, and a sonic portrait of how the angles of tomorrow, today, and yesterday collide to provide interesting perspectives.
Combines field recordings from Lisbon, Portugal, air traffic control transmissions from around the world, and sample voice transmissions from the Apollo 8 moon landing. Listen to “Angles, Time, Perspectives” Audio Player. Lore. Everyone's Upstairs Neighbors. Performing Arts - Podcasts Downloads. Is podcasting still relevant? - Ashley Milne-Tyte.
March 15, 2013 (Photo: M Keefe, Creative Commons license) Earlier today I was going back and forth on email with a professional contact and friend about the radio entries in a journalism competition we were both connected to. The topic started out being about the dearth of entries in the radio category, which was disappointing, but then the discussion moved on to podcasting and whether podcasts were permitted to be entrants in this particular competition (they were). I know the question of podcasting's popularity, or lack thereof, has come up in other forums, but I wanted to raise it here because I was struck by this journalist's perspective. She was discussing 'online audio' as a term to use instead of 'podcast', referring to 'the brief podcast craze', and saying use of the term 'podcast' had been thought not to be a good idea as it was 'a trendy term' that 'could quickly become dated'.
I want to pose some questions in the hope others will weigh in with their opinions below. Comedians Telling Stuff - UK Podcast Directory. Performing Arts Change Location Comedians Telling Stuff iTunes Podcast Website Contact Podcaster Contact Podcaster Podcast Description This is the concept: I ask a bunch of comedians the same 6 questions.
Immersive Theatre - Spark - CBC Player. Jan 18, 2015 | 14:12Spark Can an A.I program be a criminal?
Audio Spark Can an A.I program be a criminal? Jan 18, 2015 | 14:12Recently we've seen examples of bots that can buy illegal substances online or that spit out defamatory tweets. But can an artificial intelligence program be a criminal? Can a robot? Jan 18, 2015 | 6:27Spark The Internet of Emotional Things Audio Spark The Internet of Emotional Things Jan 18, 2015 | 6:27The Withings Home smart monitoring features something called "cry recognition. " Jan 18, 2015 | 9:55Spark These gadgets are always listening Audio Spark These gadgets are always listening Jan 18, 2015 | 9:55A new wave of consumer electronics for the home are programmed to answer your questions or alert you if something sounds out of the ordinary.
BBC Radio 3 - Night Waves, American Pyscho, Roosevelt, Medieval Christmas, British Architects. Come To Papa. Revolutions Per Minute. Listen to episodes of Welcome to Night Vale on podbay. Remember podcasting? It's back - and booming. LOS ANGELES — Shane Dawson produces videos for YouTube, where his homegrown productions have received more than 2 billion views.
With a huge online audience devouring his every video move, what's he doing dabbling in audio? "I love podcasts, so I thought I'd try one," says Dawson of his recently launched hour-long Shane & Friends . "I wasn't sure my audience would be up for it, but shockingly, they really love it. It proves the next generation is excited about long-form content. " Dawson isn't the only video star to give online audio a try. Apple just surpassed 1 billion subscriptions for podcasts via its iTunes app, which is a major milestone for a category that had been considered an also-ran.
TUNEIN: Popular app is bringing radio to new audience Many top podcasts — such as the Nerdist , NPR's This American Life and Aisha Tyler's Girl on Guy, see millions of downloads. "Our culture is so niche-oriented now, you don't need 3 million people to listen to your podcast," says Hardwick. BBC Radio 4 - The Reith Lectures, Grayson Perry: Playing to the Gallery: 2013, Democracy Has Bad Taste. NT 50: Richard Eyre and Julie Walters in conversation. r3arts_20140116-2300c.
Thanks Hannah, this sounds interesting - looking forward to listening to the podcast! :0) – iadt_fayk
Matthew Sweet is interviewing Steve McQueen the director of '12 Years A Slave'. They talk about the new movie and the issues surrounding it. They also assess this years Oscar nominations ie 'Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Gravity'. Later on in the podcast, we hear from historian Madge Dresser, poet Fred D'Aguiar and anthropologist Kit Davis all discussing the film and slavery. I feel this is an intriguing podcast to listen to as it is relevant to whats happening in the media with this film's new release and the intense discussion of slavery which is some what a taboo in society today. – hannahkelly