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Coping with coronavirus’ fruits of boredom? Well, make our Asia House Arts In Isolation series your favourite playlist and belt them out — and open a window so others can hear.Pretty much everything from the Louvre to the NBA has been closed, cancelled or postponed. But it takes more than that to really cancel culture. Because if you can’t visit art, we bring it to you. We can still remain connected to the creative voices who help us make sense of our times.
 
A podcast about running tabletop games, focussed on doing so within this current moment of global crisis. I'm an experienced GM adapting offline workshop content into this series that will offer help and encouragement to GMs old and new, covering general game advice, emotional wellbeing, and the nitty-gritty of online play, among other things. Transcripts available through diceagainstisolation.tumblr.com, or in episode descriptions.
 
Desert Isolation Discs aims to capture the essence of the people we interview through their music choices in a cheekily familiar format. We talk to creative types and music lovers about what eight songs they couldn't live without if stranded in a desert. The show is hosted by London-based journalist and ShadowPlay fanzine editor Alex Lawson. Tweet him @MrAlexLawson and more on the show at http://desertisolationdiscs.blogspot.co.uk/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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The Isolation Pod

Jana Bacevic and Mark Carrigan

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Two social theorists try and make sense of an unravelling world, with occasional guests. We're interested in the experience of crisis, as well as knowledge production about crisis. In fact we're not sure if it's possible to ultimately separate one from the other 🦊
 
Hi, Im Chris. I am a Primary Teacher with a passion for presenting. I have created a podcast to cheer you up! Here you can listen to:Comute with Chris - weekday shows with short quiz's special guest interviews. At weekends we have Saturday Morning Football - a talk and preview show.
 
Eating in Isolation is a talk show about mental health and the food industry. Food-industry veteran Sue S. Chan and Psychotherapist Sara Solomon sit down with each other, chefs and industry luminaries for personal and vulnerable conversations about mental health, and the way their experiences and struggles have shaped their careers, relationships and lives. A Care of Chan Production. New episodes out every Tuesday. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eatinginisolation/support
 
UNDERGROUND KOLLEKTIV / FLASH FORWARD PRESENTS / TWISTEDVINTAGE / DARKGROUND RECORDS / MINI VIBE RECORDS / HOUSEFREQS / NOTHING BUT / LW RECORDINGS Chael has never been afraid to buck the trend and push the boundaries of what goes into putting on a performance. His hybrid DJ sets incorporate traditional DJ techniques with hardware instruments and has gained recognition amongst fellow DJs and audiences alike. With releases on Underground Kollektiv Records, Mini Vibe Records, TwistedVintage Mu ...
 
Have You Had, Or Currently Have, The COVID19 Virus?...Do You Know Somebody Who Has The COVID19 Virus Right Now?...Are You Curious To Know How It Feels To Have Had (and Survived) The COVID19 Virus?... If Your answer IS YES, To The Above Then You'll NEED To Listen To This PodCast."COVID19: A Diary Of...COnvalescence, Vulnerability, Isolation & Determination".
 
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This week we showcase a new podcast series behind the team at Burley Fisher Books, celebrating the launch of our very own Antony's Quiet Rooms LP. Radio Lanterne Rising! In this episode Antony covers Nick Drake's stunning Place to Be, and talks a little about his lasting affection for the singer. The lads have a bit of a laugh, and we finish with T…
 
Join Matt Saba for a fascinating conversation about the magnificent palaces built by the Abbasid Caliphs of Iraq. This dynasty realised that kingdoms invariably rose and fell, and that the longest lasting legacy of the reign would be literature. This podcast is part of Converging Paths, an initiative organised by Asia House and the Barakat Trust ex…
 
Kicking off our series of BFDay '21 recordings is a big one! The poetry showcase, featuring readings from Anthony Anaxagorou, Will Harris, Daisy Lafarge, Holly Pester, Nisha Ramayya, Peter Scalpello and Stephanie Sy-Quia, along with bonus piano playing also from Will Harris. Produced by Daniel Fuller.…
 
May Al-Ibrashy, conservation architect and founder of Megawra Built Environment Collective and al-Athar Lina (Heritage is Ours!), talks to us about the projects she is leading to preserve historic Cairo, putting the community first. May discusses the recently completed Imam Shafii Conservation Project - one of the most magnificent buildings of hist…
 
Ooh this is a special one. Today So is joined by Tice Cin to talk about her novel Keeping the House. They talk the great cabbages of Tottenham and diaspora solidarity. Also debuting is Tice's track "Now is the Time". ALSO! Hype BF-Day news from Dan and So, and the usual banter. - Tice Cin (@ticecin) is an interdisciplinary artist based in Tottenham…
 
The Making of a Master Calligrapher - Bilal Badat and Seif El Rashidi Join Bilal Badat, master calligrapher and scholar for a conversation about the meaning of Islamic calligraphy. Badat explains calligraphy not just as a craft but as a means of transmitting and glorifying sacred knowledge. He shares fascinating on the making of calligraphers - the…
 
Alain George shares his most recent book research on the Mosque of Damascus, an incredible building in Syria that is a living testament to better our understanding of community relations between Pagans, Christians and Muslims during the formative years of Islam. This podcast is part of Converging Paths, an initiative organised by Asia House in part…
 
Tim Stanley, co-curator of the blockbuster exhibition 'Epic Iran' at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, shares with us the challenges of putting together such ambitious exhibition, and the rewarding effect it has caused around the public. The show is the major survey on Iranian art history since 1931, and is pioneer by the inclusion of art f…
 
Celebrating our Indie Fiction pick for June, So welcomes shop favourite Juliet Jacques to the show to talk about her debut collection "Variations", featuring a scarily accurate impression of Margaret Thatcher. Also some more info on BFDay + antiquarian news!על ידי burleyfisher
 
Today So and Sam are joined by Serpent's Tail's Hannah Westland to talk about being the OG indie press, who shares some exciting news viz. Esi Edugyan, along with celebrations for Independent Bookshop Week. Also the usual banter and nonsense from Dan et. al.על ידי burleyfisher
 
In the season finale of Eating in Isolation, Sara and Sue talk to James Beard Award winning chef and cookbook author Sean Brock. In 2017, Sean was in rehab for an alcohol addiction, and discovered his passion and near obsession for psychology, learning all he could from teachers and leaders in the field. He has incorporated these learnings not only…
 
In this episode of Eating in Isolation, Jenny Dorsey, chef, author and industry advocate explores the macro issues within the food industry that perpetuates inequalities, the relationship between the kitchen and capitalism, what the research says about mental health in the food, how we can work towards a more just industry, and how restaurants can …
 
With apologies, Dan and Sam present Ida Marie Hede's 'Adorable' the indie fiction pick for May. Marie and Sam talk poetic bacteria, while on the margins Dan talks about his night walks and the Lanterne Records kickstarter steams ahead..על ידי burleyfisher
 
Featuring in our new Young Perspectives series, Doğukan Atmaca explores the emergence of coffeehouses in Istanbul, and the way in which coffeehouse culture spread like wildfire despite accusations that cafes were the source of political unrest and seduction. This podcast is part of Converging Paths, an initiative organised by Asia House in partners…
 
Join photographer and writer Christopher Wilton-Steer on a colourful journey of five months through the many Silk Roads to discover the cultures, peoples, traditions, flavours and beliefs he encountered on this magnificent odyssey. This podcast is part of Converging Paths, an initiative organised by Asia House in partnership with the Barakat Trust …
 
The food and hospitality industry is notorious for pushing, and often crossing, personal boundaries. In this episode, Sara and Sue unpack why it is so difficult to respect one's own boundaries and speak up for our needs. They share tools for identifying, understanding and expressing our limits, and examine how certain beliefs and fears can perpetua…
 
Today Dan is joined by Richard Barnett to discuss his new poetic work Wherever We Are When We Come to the End (Valley Press), a stirring piece about Wittgenstein's time on the frontlines. Meanwhile Sam announces BFDay - the Burley Fisher literary bonanza!על ידי burleyfisher
 
Growing up isolated on Martha’s Vineyard, James Beard Media Award winning Chef Chris Fischer never thought he was different. He grew up problem solving and learning about the farming ecosystem, and later spent years in some of the best kitchens around the world, like Babbo and River Cafe in London. He eventually returned to the Vineyard to run the …
 
Have you ever noticed a pattern of feeling insecure in your relationships? In this episode, Sue and Sara discuss Attachment Theory, which addresses how our childhood caregiving impacts the way we relate as adults. They discuss different "attachment styles," how these styles affect our actions across romantic partnerships, professional relationships…
 
In this episode, Sue and Sara sit down with renowned chef, food writer and wellness advocate Sophia Roe. Through the beauty of food, she challenges the food industry status quo, advocating for more equitable food systems. She shares her experiences in the foster care system, tenacious journey to becoming a chef and the self-awareness and gratitude …
 
Mysa Kafil-Hussain explores the changes that Iraqi art went through to form a unifying identity across the nation by revitalising aspects of ancient folklore and traditional art. This podcast is part of Converging Paths, an initiative organised by Asia House in partnership with the Barakat Trust that promotes the arts and cultures of the Islamic Wo…
 
Professor Robert Hoyland takes us on a journey through time to discover the many faces that inhabited the ancient Arabian Peninsula, evidencing a much more multi-cultural and cosmopolitan world than what it is often assumed. This podcast is part of Converging Paths, an initiative organised by Asia House in partnership with the Barakat Trust that pr…
 
Co-hosts Sue S. Chan and Sara Solomon sit down with Claire Ptak of Violet Bakery in East London to discuss codependency, growing up with addiction at home and the light on the other side. Together, they discuss Claire's early life, which led her to baking and a desire to care for others. Now on the other side of her childhood experience, her hopefu…
 
In this inaugural episode, co-hosts Sue S. Chan and Sara Solomon discuss the circumstances and experiences that inspired this show. They open up about their own struggles with mental health, how they got to where they are today, and discuss subjects like anxiety, codependency, shame and trauma. They begin unpacking unconscious drives, tackling ques…
 
Tharik Hussain, Journalist and travel writer speaks to us about his projects to discover and tell the stories of Muslim Europe, include trails he worked on reveal and share the stories of Muslim Britain, and his upcoming book, "Minarets in the Mountains," the outcome of his journey in search of Muslim Europe, following in the footsteps of a 17th ce…
 
In another celebration of our indie fiction subscription, So is joined by Sara Jaffe, author of Dryland (Cipher Press) to discuss her literary influences. With outrageous deep cuts and odd literary byways. Also, celebrations regarding the BF Team's crowning as Bookshop of the Year (Regional: London ;-D) and plans for re-opening!…
 
Wendy Shaw, professor of Islamic Art History at the Free University of Berlin, reflects on the importance of 'Art History' as a discipline to engage with the different narratives that conform our history and a subject that provides the means by which we can gain a different perspective by assuming a different way of being in the world. This podcast…
 
Today Sam is joined by Olivia Sudjic, author of Sympathy, Exposure and Asylum Road. In a suspiciously titled new segment for the show. Hear about Olivia's favourite authors and how they informed her practice. Also, cool grandma anecdotes and our patented bookseller banter.על ידי burleyfisher
 
Today Ant and Dan are joined by Andy Sharp to celebrate his almanac of the occult, the English Heretic Collection. They talk the Black Plaque process, the double meaning of histories and the stories that the National Trust doesn't want you to know. Also, Indie + Poetry Subscriptions!על ידי burleyfisher
 
In this new series of The Isolation Pod we'll be discussing knowledge production after a year of COVID-19. We cover a range of topics in this opening episode from the affectivity of online teaching and the physical strains of digital scholarship through to the social infrastructure for scholarship and the opportunity to critically revaluate the 'no…
 
Artist, educator and activist Bahia Shehab discusses the role of artists during times of political change, and reflects on what it meant to take part in the Arab Spring. Shehab discusses her newly-published book ‘You Can Crush The Flowers: A Memoir of the Egyptian Revolution,’ and her work to help develop a new generation of creative minds through …
 
A special one today. Our very own So Mayer celebrates the launch of their phenomenal pocket essay A Nazi Word for a Nazi Thing, an essay on Queer Erasure and a wholesale destruction of the wretched, fascist concept of Entartete. Today's pod is a pomo mashup, featuring red-hot recordings from launch night, coupled with thoughts and reflections to fi…
 
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