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Charline Vanhoenacker, Alex Vizorek , Guillaume Meurice... et l'invité reviennent sur un moment marquant de l'actualité et le "rejouent". Rendez-vous sur l'application Radio France pour découvrir tous les autres épisodes.
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My First Sketch, hosted by Josh Higham, talks with sketch comedians about their first attempt to make an audience laugh, what made them laugh growing up, and what they've learned in their experiences. My First Sketch is presented by Philly Sketchfest.
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I am an automotive designer but people are always asking me, "what does that mean"? And, how do you "design" a car? My favorite question, though, is what makes "good" design? This podcast will answer all of those questions and more as we talk about the latest in automotive trends, major car shows like NAIAS and SEMA, and what influences these designs. Every now and again, I'll talk product design too. So come on, check out an episode or two and let's take this journey together!
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Dezeen has teamed up with design software brand SketchUp to launch a podcast series called Climate Salon, exploring the future of architecture and interior design in relation to the climate. In this series, Dezeen’s design and environment editor Jennifer Hahn will speak to leading designers, architects and engineers about how they can utilise the tools available to them now to work more sustainably and make a positive impact on the climate. The series will explore how people can work togethe ...
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“What the Sketch” is a sketch comedy podcast brought to you by El. It’s the perfect podcast if you want a little more substance than your iTunes playlists but don’t have the time to finally commit to a true crime escapade. And hopefully you think it's funny. Get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Cheers! wthesketch@gmail.com
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Left Handed Radio is an indie narrative comedy podcast hosted, written and produced by Anna Rubanova and Adam Bozarth. It features some of the funniest, talented comedians from across the country. The show is a hybrid of sketch comedy, audio plays, satirical short stories and parodies of podcasts and public radio programming. For our back catalogue, visit our new Patreon!
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Welcome to "Sketchcraft: Comics and Books", your gateway to the mesmerizing universe of graphic storytelling and conceptual creativity. Journey with Sketchcraft, a seasoned concept artist and cartoonist, as he unearths the masterpieces of indie creatives and industry heavyweights. It's not just a show, but your passport to the vibrant world of panels and pages. With a changing cast of narrative connoisseurs unpacking captivating plots, fresh insights abound. Whether you're a graphic novel en ...
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Sketch Nerds is a comedy podcast about the craft of sketch comedy. Andy, Seth and Julian chat with fellow sketch nerds from comedy troupes, theaters, and festivals to breakdown your favorite sketches to figure out what works, what doesn't and why. If you're a student of sketch comedy or love shows like Saturday Night Live, Monty Python, and Key & Peele then you will enjoy this podcast. To join our conversation please submit your comments or favorite sketches to @badmedicinedc with the hashta ...
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Victrola! is a monthly smorgasbord of audio-phonic chaos. Sketch comedy culled together from improvised bits and forged into a single, mighty podcast! Brought to you by the fine folks at Austin's ColdTowne Theater. Written by and Starring Michael Jastroch, Bob McNichol, Bryan Roberts, Lance Gilstrap, Cortnie Jones and Jericho Thorp. Produced by Michael Jastroch, in collaboration with our good friends at Got Your Back! (http://GYBPOD.com) http://victrolapod.com http://coldtownetheater.com
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In Sketching Out – two British doctors hang up their stethoscopes to administer a weekly dose of surreal sketch and improv comedy. In a serious world, take time to be silly. Follow along on Instagram and Twitter: instagram.com/coldplatescomedy twitter.com/coldplatecomedy Get in touch at: coldplatescomedy.com
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Join two friends, animators, and complete geeks who talk film, TV, cartoons, and video games every two weeks, as they take time to discuss their latest pop culture experiences and hand-pick various titles, series, and topics old and new for in-depth and often funny discussions.
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Brand spanking new sketches from Next Level Sketch, a London comedy collective who put on sketch comedy nights at Hoopla Impro when the government allows us. When they don’t, we record podcast episodes instead. These sketches are best taken aurally. Sketch is for everyone, and we invite writers and performers from all backgrounds to be part of Next Level Sketch. Check out our diversity page at www.nextlevelsketch.com on how you can join us, take a free sketch crash course with Gemma Arrowsmi ...
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A (weekly) podcast about art and media. We discuss general artistic topics aswell as movies, shows, comics, music etc. Check out our YouTube Channel for additional video content! follow us on twitter @sketch_cast (https://twitter.com/sketch_cast) submit your drawings with the #sketchwithus on Twitter!
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Sketchbook Heroes is the podcast that brings you on a journey into the crazy minds of two geeky artists from Stockholm. No matter if you are at the beginning of your artistic journey with a few insecure sketches or if you´re a Jedi level illustrator splashing your paint around like its nobodys business. Sketchbook heroes will have you covered.
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In the distant future, archeo-astronomer Jeffrey Lutz travels the stars collecting broadcasts from Earth. A scripted sci-fi comedy podcast by Rob Schultz and Russell August Anderson, Frequency Earth is a blend of sitcom - the adventures of a guy traveling through space - and sketch comedy - the transmissions he picks up from Earth.
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In this new podcast, Mint Editor-In-Chief Sruthijith KK speaks to business leaders about the methods, motivations and influences that shape them. These wide-ranging conversations are meant to help us understand the world of their work but also a bit about who they are and what makes them tick. In short, a sketch. This is a Mint production, brought to you by HT Smartcast.
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Brother Ra and Manny are in OMG Studio B having a conversation with ABMS Producer Monique Linder about what it meant to take part in the studios grand opening celebration and to be recording A Black Man's Sketch in a professional podcast studio.על ידי Ujamaa Place: A Black Man’s Sketch
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE Ladies and Gentlemen… Mr. Kenny G. Welcome to a very special, sexy episode of Sketch Comedy Podcast Show. Love. It can be exciting and new. You could hop aboard, we would all be expecting you. Sex… it’s the way, the way, you go. Why am I badly quoting TV themes and poorly written 90’s hip-hop? Because there is likely no subject m…
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Will we survive the fungal infestation that lurks beneath Toronto in The Marigold by Andrew F. Sullivan (2023)? This horror/near-future science fiction/fantasy novel is packed with ideas and has plenty of relevant criticism of the direction Canada is heading, but doesn’t bring things together in a satisfactory way for the three of us. We talk about…
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This week, Josh talks to Ben Maher about starting Philly Sketchfest, a life behind the scenes in comedy, and so much more. Philly Sketchfest 2024 is coming, May 31-June 8. Submissions open on February 1 at phillysketchfest.com. Come to Cutthroat Sketch: Heart at Sawubona on February 1 at 730pm. Tickets available at cutthroatsketch.com/tickets. Sket…
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There is some very interesting news going around about the Biden Administration potentially reversing or slowing its push for Evie's here in the United States which could have implications the world over. But what does that mean for the automotive market and buyer? Well basically, right now would be the best time to get an EV because dealerships ar…
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In this episode, Kiki tells us the stories of Mary Bell and the Parker-Hulme murder case and Rachel brings us the disappearance of Danyanira Marquez. We also talk 90s teen classic 10 Things I Hate About You and cults. Our next book is "Unmask Alice: LSD, Satanic Panic, and the Imposter Behind the World's Most Notorious Diaries" by Rick Emerson. We …
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In the final episode of Dezeen and SketchIUp’s Climate Salon podcast series, architects discuss why sustainability should guide the aesthetics of a building, as opposed to the reverse. Swiss-Danish architect Kathrin Gimmel, MEE Studio founder Morten Emil Engel and SketchUp’s Andrew Corney explored how architects can help develop a new sense of what…
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This week, Rachel tells us the story of Belle Gunness, one of the most prolific serial killers in history and Kiki brings us this episode's missing person Cynthia Acevedo. It's episode 8, which means we discuss our true crime book pick "Among the Bros" by Max Marshall. And then segue into talking about spicy ginger cats and Jane Austen. Our next bo…
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On this episode of The Sketchy Show, Chet Killgore and Bud Rickson cover Monday Night Hockey, 2 elderly superheroes reminisce about the past, and Floyd Katzberg gets his revenge. This episode of The Sketchy Show is brought to you by Silas Crampon's Tampons for Men.על ידי Sketchy, the improv sketch comedy robot
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This week Kiki tells us about a murder that involves cons, alien queens, alien vanquishers, and maybe some cannibalism. What can we say? New Mexico's wierd. Then Rachel brings us the disappearance of Luis Antonio Alderete-Martinez. We also went way off topic with Fatal Attraction, Kiki's inner goblin, and, oddly, the Stoics. We also get a little mo…
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This week Rachel gives us a locked room mystery. Kiki tells us about the disappearance of Toni Padilla. We also gab about dragons, our mutual distaste for certain tropes, Colin Firth, and our New Year's resolutions. Our next book is "Among the Bros: A Fraternity Crime Story" by Max Marshall. We will discuss the book in episode 8, which will go live…
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In this final episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast season 14, we’ve gathered all the tips from 9 fantastic visual thinkers to inspire you! Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting, available on iOS, Windows, and Android. Concepts' vector-based drawing feature …
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In the dying days of 2023, we came together to reflect on the best things that we read, watched, listened to and played this year. Tune in to the end for our “dishonourable mentions” as well, where we consider…the opposite. Download the Podcast (archive.org page) Marie’s website Source of our theme song…
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In this episode, Gary Kopervas shares how drawing and writing freed his imagination and got reactions from others. He’s built on his early skills to become a cartoonist, copywriter, creative director, and brand consultant. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnotin…
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BoxBox, your favorite monthly box full of boxes, is partnering with socialite Provence Ritz-Carlton-Parking to create a new line of bio-undegradable boxes that will soon cover the planet. Remember: you cannot unsubscribe! Listen to the uncensored version of this sketch on our Patreon at patreon.com/lefthandedradio Support LHR by leaving a 5-star ra…
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Well folks, I am back! Its been awhile and I had to do some soul searching, but here I am! Back and better than ever! (Maybe haha). Big shout out to my fans for keeping me going! You all asked for more, so here we go! This is a bit of a Christmas present to you all and me as I was offered the chance to review a really nice dashcam from a brand call…
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Welcome to another installment of The Sketch, In today's installment, we are thrilled to have a special guest, Nadir Godrej, the Managing Director at Godrej Industries and the esteemed senior operational leader. Many of us have relied on Godrej products to safeguard our belongings with their trusted safes and almirahs. Listen in to his wonderful in…
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In this episode, Kiki gives us the story of the Covina Christmas Massacre and the Lawson Family Murders. Rachel tells us about Sophia Adam, who disappeared last month. We also gab a bit, Rachel talks about her beef with a certain baking show, and to no one's surprise, we get our nerd on. Our next book is "Among the Bros: A Fraternity Crime Story" b…
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In this episode, Ashton Rodenhiser shares her mission to teach sketchnoting skills to students and professionals so they can use doodling and drawing as their best thinking and learning tools. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting, available on iOS, Windows, …
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Ujamaa Men are joined by Board Secretary, Associate Chief IP Counsel at 3M, Eric Levinson, for an impromptu conversation on corporate social responsibility, from the organization’s night-out at Can Can Wonderland (Nov. 30, 2023).על ידי Ujamaa Place: A Black Man’s Sketch
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Dezeen and SketchUp’s Climate Salon podcast series continues with a conversation exploring community resilience and how design can be used to empower local groups. Hosted by Dezeen’s design and environment reporter Jennifer Hahn, the lineup of speakers includes Aris Komninos, architect, urban designer, and product manager at Trimble SketchUp, Sara …
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In this episode, Rev Andy Gray, who obsessively drew as a kid, shares an incredible 30-year journey of graphic designing and how his art has evolved to become an editorial cartoonist, coach, and graphic illustrator. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting, avai…
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This is a long one. We talk about the disappearance of Raymond Green and the 1982 Tylenol murders. We also discuss our buddy read "The Crime Queen of Hollywood: The Hunt for an Evil Genious" by Scott C. Johnson." There's also a bit of gabbing and a little bit of all the true crime we've consumed since episode 3. Our next book is "Among the Bros: A …
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In this episode, Lena Pehrs shares how she explores and co-creates change management solutions with her clients with visuals. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting, available on iOS, Windows, and Android. Concepts' vector-based drawing feature gives you the p…
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In this episode, we dive into Luke Kelvington’s fascinating world as the commander of a submarine. Luke takes leadership to a whole new level by mixing in visual thinking and sketchnotes to shape how he and his crew make better decisions. If you're curious about how creativity plays a role in leadership, especially on a submarine, this podcast is a…
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In this episode, we talk about the disappearance of Nevaeh Kingbird and the 1982 Tylenol murders. We also discuss all the true crime we've consumed since episode 2. And we definitely got off topic gabbing about X-Files and (possibly) the greatest song of the 90s - Bree Sharp's David Duchovney. (Here's the link to the music video in all its 90s star…
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In this episode, Elizabeth Chesney shares her approach to teaching design concepts coupled with handwritten notes to help her subjects understand how design concepts work and why they work. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting, available on iOS, Windows, and…
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Joe C. shares about his transformative experience going to Ghana and South Africa with the Ujamaa Place delegation on the Truth & Reckoning Tour from October 6 - 21, 2023. About Ujamaa Place Ujamaa Place provides holistic transformation opportunities for young Black men experiencing inequity at the intersection of race and poverty and helps them ac…
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MarketLook is your guide to the ups and downs of economics. Hosted by Stephen Zaddy, each episode takes an in-depth look at how our volatile economy is affecting everybody from the ultra-wealthy to the working stiffs. Plus, we take a look at how all the markets are performing today. On this episode, Stephen takes a closer look at how the ongoing la…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE Every year I break out the old Christmas Sketches and compile them into one glorious, hour-long special for you to enjoy for a limited time each year. You get to revisit some really classic sketches, and I don’t have to do any work! It works out for all of us. Enjoy your holidays, whatever those holidays are, and we will get a ch…
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In this episode, Jono Hey shares how he visually represents complex ideas in simple ways that are sticky, memorable, and quick to get to grips with. He also talks about building a platform that connects schools with substitute teachers. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool f…
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We wrap up our 2023 book club with a recent release, The Terraformers (2023) by Annalee Newitz. This throwback to the fix-up novel explores a lot of big ideas about ecology, biology and society, but do all the many, many elements work together as a whole? And what’s up with all the references to Canada? We discuss. Download the Podcast (archive.org…
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In this episode, we talk about the disappearance of Shy'Kemmia Pate and the murder of Tom and Jackie Hawks. We also discuss all of the true crime shows, podcasts, and books that we've consumed this week. And we may have gotten off topic talking about The Craft. Note: Kiki's still dealing with a cold, so please excuse the sniffles and coughs. :( Our…
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In this episode, Ingrid describes the evolution of her visual thinking journey which now plays a crucial role in assisting both creative professionals and business owners in understanding their client's experiences through Big Picture storyboarding. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a p…
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