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For centuries, the culture of New Mexico has offered residents and visitors a lush, complex texture of styles, designs and lifestyles. In recent history, that has included surviving a global pandemic. So who are we now? What aspects of self do we take with us as we move forward, and what do we leave behind? Take a look inside the museums and historic sites of New Mexico—this time, without leaving home. This season, we're touring the museums of Santa Fe as host Charlotte Jusinski, our curator ...
 
The Saving Delaware History podcast explores the fascinating facets of Delaware history. Each episode covers a location, project, or research by the HCA including origins of the endeavor, interviews with experts, and its largest impacts. Delaware’s Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs continues its mission of preserving and interpreting Delaware history by providing the staff and funding for this podcast.
 
The Greatest Music of All Time podcast features conversations with cultural icons about music, current affairs, culture, lifestyle, entrepreneurship, politics and more. Guests have included Annie Lennox, Dionne Warwick, Chick Corea, Chance the Rapper, Smokey Robinson, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Temptations, Kevin Bacon, Christina Hendricks, Rose McGowan, Rachel Bilson, Kool & the Gang, The Pointer Sisters, Sir Cliff Richard, Lynyrd Skynyrd, David Crosby, Pixies, Johnny Marr, The Hollies, Toto, ...
 
This zesty, weekly update on food stories and commentary is modeled after the Southern meat-and-three-sides concept: a deep dive and three shorts. Keep up with the latest food trends, the political economy and societal impact of food. Plus, enjoy storytelling about the personal relationships we all have with what we eat and drink. Discover your next favorite food podcast via our rotating contributors, and join us as we explore what the fork is going on in the world right now. Meat and Three ...
 
As a new generation discovers the virtues of the Richmond setting in Virginia, the RICHMOND EDITION brings periodically updated pods of super short visually packed filmed editorial stories from around the globe, that give glimpses of modern design, cutting edge emerging entrepreneurs, cultural happenings and global affairs, inspired by or edited from the cinematic essays found in the critically acclaimed EDITION29 tablet magazines.
 
As the rebirth of modern industry takes place in Pittsburgh, the PITTSBURGH EDITION 4K29 brings periodically updated pods of super short visually packed filmed editorial stories from around the globe, that give glimpses of modern design, cutting edge emerging entrepreneurs, cultural happenings and global affairs, inspired by or edited from the cinematic essays found in the critically acclaimed EDITION29 tablet magazines.
 
RAJIV MALHOTRA is an Indian–American researcher, writer, speaker and public intellectual on current affairs as they relate to civilizations, cross-cultural encounters, religion and science. Rajiv is a “game-changer”, having influenced thinkers around the world. He provides fresh perspectives on India, comparative religion, globalization, and East-West relations. The author of hundreds of articles and several books, including, most recently, “Being Different: An Indian Challenge to Western Un ...
 
Why study religion? An understanding of the world’s religious traditions is crucial in helping us to appreciate not just the varied forms of belief and practice that we encounter at home, abroad and in the media, but also the influence that religion has on world affairs. This course offers an introduction to the study of religions, and in particular to six major religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism, including the various roles of their founders and leaders, ...
 
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There's a lot of science involved in our meals -- from how we make food to what we like to eat. Put on your lab coats because this week on Meat and Three, our team looks at the chemistry of cream cheese, how fermented foods can help your immune system, the science behind food preferences, and how archaeologists are discovering what people ate thous…
 
The ocean rower and environmentalist, Roz Savage, tells Tom why her four Guinness World Records don't mean as much to her as you might assume, why she might never row again and how she thinks we can make the world a better place whilst being happier ourselves. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose …
 
If a picture is worth a thousand words, who gets to craft that narrative? How does their version compare to others, and what does it tell us about the subject? An era? Ourselves? Host Charlotte Jusinski and her guest Hannah Abelbeck, archivist at the New Mexico History Museum’s Palace of the Governors Photo Archives, explore all the angles, prompte…
 
Tom has a conversation with Billen Ted about their journey from playing in death metal bands to a lightbulb moment at the music festival Tomorrowland setting them down a different path: creating chart topping dance bangers. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light m…
 
The paleontologist, Trevor Valle, talks to Tom about his favourite music and the role it plays in his life, including why he thinks The Who are the greatest rock band of all time. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to…
 
Masks have become ubiquitous in the last 18 months. In a pinch, they can be constructed out of inexpensive, repurposed materials, while their use (or lack thereof) can provide commentary on how the wearer feels about politics, responsibility, and design––a lot like art. Host Charlotte Jusinski introduces listeners to #mask: Creative Responses to th…
 
Rob Alexander has a conversation with Tom about falling in love with the music of Elton John and getting inspired to write his own songs. Rob reveals what it was like to record his new album, Dream out Loud, with Elton John Band members John Mahon, Kim Bullard, Matt Bissonnette and Davey Johnstone. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the origi…
 
The Australian singer songwriter, Gordi, discusses five of her favourite songs with Tom: Hysteric - Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Failure - Laura Marling, Since Last Wednesday - Highasakite, Godspeed - Frank Ocean, Alan - Perfume Genius. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light …
 
Breath. Prior to 2020, most people didn't give the complex, involuntary act of breathing much thought. Times have changed. So, too, has the lens through which both audiences and artists view Breath Taking, a new exhibit at the New Mexico Museum of Art. Encounter Culture host Charlotte Jusinski, the editor of El Palacio magazine, welcomes Kate Ware,…
 
For centuries, the culture of New Mexico has offered residents and visitors a lush, complex texture of styles, designs and lifestyles. In recent history, that has included surviving a global pandemic. So who are we now? What aspects of self do we take with us as we move forward, and what do we leave behind? Take a look inside the museums and histor…
 
This week on Meat and Three we explore all things tangy, sour, and sharp in an episode about acid. We look at how one bar is finding creative ways to stop wasting citrus. Then we hear from an HRN host who travelled the world to learn about vinegar and we experiment with reducing acidity in coffee. We also continue our conversation about grog, jumpi…
 
Named after the canaries common in coal mines towards the beginning of the 20th century, After the Canary Song examines the true stories behind popular disaster songs. This podcast from the Johnson Victrola Museum discusses the original tragedies that inspired these songs and the ways in which they became distorted with time. You can find new episo…
 
Safi Bahcall has a conversation with Tom about his book, Loonshots: How to Nurture the Crazy Ideas That Win Wars, Cure Diseases, and Transform Industries. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quality of sleep…
 
This is the last episode of The Saving Delaware History Podcast. Thank you for your support and please continue exploring your local history. Learn more about the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs at history.delaware.gov. Find After the Canary Song at https://www.buzzsprout.com/1831758.…
 
The American comedian, Josh Gondelman, has conversation with Tom about his relationship with music. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quality of sleep and to boost productivity in clinical trials, this rem…
 
The author, Charles Yu, has a conversation with Tom about his second novel, Interior Chinatown, which won the 2020 National Book Award for fiction. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quality of sleep and to…
 
In the hometown of nine governors, the birthplace of Dixie cup wooden spoons, and the site of the first attempt at integration in Delaware lies this post-office-turned-museum, displaying collections of the state bug, Milford inventions, and World War I and II premier shipbuilding. Review the exhaustive contributions of this town to Delaware history…
 
This week on Meat and Three we’re diving beneath the waves for an episode all about oceans. We visit underwater farms to learn about the current oyster boom and the benefits of growing kelp. Then, we climb on deck to understand how lobsters and fishermen are being impacted by the changing climate and travel back in time aboard British naval ships t…
 
Colin Hay has a conversation with Tom about his new album, I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself, and how he came to record covers by the likes of The Beatles during lockdown. Colin also discusses his band, Men At Work, and their legacy and being a member of Ringo Starr's All-Starr Band. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inve…
 
From hot sauce to hot temperatures, we’re bringing the heat this week. We talk about premium peppers from China’s Sichuan province and visit a Bay Area tea shop to see what we can learn about staying cool. We bring you a story from a beach in Brooklyn famous for its classic summertime snack and take a hard look at how climate change is affecting gr…
 
Gio Arlotta has a conversation with Tom about his film, We Intend to Cause Havoc, which explores the story of Emmanuel Chanda, also known as Jagari, and the 1970s Zambian rock band, Witch. Having converted to Christianity, now working in a mine, Jagari reforms Witch and finds greater success than ever before. This episode is brought to you by Lumie…
 
John Grant talks to Tom about the artists that inspired him to make his own music, the wit in his lyrics, his beautiful deep voice, what it takes to be successful in the music industry and his new album, Boy From Michigan. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mi…
 
When the distant Canadian descendants of Commander Drew of the sloop DeBraak came looking for the watch imprinted with their family crest, they found it carefully conserved within the Division for Historical and Cultural Affair’s archives of thousands of shipwreck artifacts. Dive into extensive coverage of Delaware’s maritime history with our retur…
 
Christopher Marks talks to Tom about his documentary, King Otto, which tells the story of Otto Rehhagel, the German football manager who led the Greek national team in winning the 2004 European Championship, all the more impressive considering Greece had never won a match in a major tournament before this unlikely triumph. This episode is brought t…
 
This week on Meat and Three we’re looking at some of the secret and unseen aspects of food. From speakeasies around New York City to what goes on underground in our soil, to little-known sweetening additives in cigarettes, there’s alway more to food than meets the eye. Further Reading and Listening: While Threesome Tollbooth is currently closed, yo…
 
The artist and illustrator, Ian Beck, joins Tom to talk about some of his favourite music of all time, including Debussy, Maurice Ravel, The Ronettes, The Beach Boys and The Beatles. He also discusses creating the album cover for Elton John's iconic Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-u…
 
As one of the first communities to attempt desegregation, Milford, Delaware grappled with an uncooperative state government, prolonged harassment of minors, the resignation of an entire school board, disenrollment of any integrated student, and the forestallment of integration for more than a decade. Learn about them here: The Link The URL: https:/…
 
Long-treasured locations like Funland in Rehoboth, Delaware, are brought before the State Historic Review Board, where they rigorously check the nominated sites against maintenance requirements and cultural significance standards before forwarding the approvals down to Washington, D.C. Unfold this episode of The Saving Delaware History Podcast with…
 
Pandemic restrictions are easing and things are changing quickly. We can eat indoors at restaurants again and host dinner parties. It’s exciting to go back to some of our favorite activities, but it can also be nerve-wracking. There might even be some pandemic-era changes that are worth keeping around. This week on Meat and Three we bring you a sur…
 
Have you ever heard the saying you should never judge a food by its label? Probably not since labels are supposed to give you useful information about the food within. What happens when that doesn’t hold true? This week on Meat and Three we’re looking at instances where labels mislead consumers; whether that’s claims of environmentalism, beautiful …
 
Modeled after the home of Dolly and James Madison, this estate, built by William duPont Jr., boasts a horsetrack akin to that of the Kentucky Derby, including a fishing pond, volleyball courts, tennis courts, and plenty of field space. Take in this coverage of Bellevue Hall, now part of a public park, with Interpretive Programs Manager Nick Madden.…
 
Jack Savoretti has a conversation with Tom about learning piano during lockdown, his new album, Europiana, and how he came to collaborate on it with Nile Rodgers and John Oates. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to i…
 
Paul Smith talks to Tom about Maxïmo Park's new hit album, Nature Always Wins, and how the band formed, why he didn't want to be a pastiche Liam Gallagher, the thought that goes into their aesthetic and his love of collecting vinyl. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-u…
 
Melissa Manchester joins Tom to discuss highlights from her more than five decades in showbusiness, including being nominated for best song at the Oscars twice in the same year and releasing countless hit singles in the 70s and 80s. Melissa also explains why she believes popular music changed around the late 70s to no longer being "melody driven" a…
 
Jack Isaac has a conversation with Tom about switching from being a session drummer to becoming a singer songwriter, signing for Elton John's Rocket Music, playing Glastonbury after sleeping in his car and his new album, Honesty. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up l…
 
When we talk about agriculture in the U.S. there is often an archetypical American farmer that comes to mind. Perhaps they’re in overalls, maybe a cowboy hat, but they’re almost always white. The white farmer trope has become a fixture in America’s invented agricultural past. However, American agriculture has long relied on the labor and expertise …
 
One people, under many nationalities, lived, worked, loved, and died in the Delaware River Valley, founding the city of Wilmington and leaving behind many forts’ worth of artifacts. Discover the story of these three forts within one community with return guest Cynthia Snyder from the New Castle Court House Museum.…
 
Billy Billingham MBE talks about serving in some of the harshest and most dangerous environments around the world as an SAS solider, writing his new novel, Call To Kill, and why he thinks woke culture is a danger to young people. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up l…
 
How food is presented can shape the way we interact with it. Just take a look at your phone, for instance. Today’s world of social media is inundated with pictures of pretty food that make our mouths water. A picture is worth 1000 words, and looking good implies tasting good. This week, we bring you an episode on the ways that food and style play o…
 
Running through the waters of downtown Wilmington courses a replica of the Kalmar Nyckel, a 17th-century pinnace and the Swedish colonial ship that founded the first permanent European settlement in Delaware. Brave the rough river waters in this dialogue again with Samuel Heed, Senior Historian from the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation. Visit their website…
 
Adam Duritz has a conversation with Tom about the recent Butter Miracle, Suite One EP and upcoming tour. He reveals which Counting Crows song is his favourite and why the band are completed to change the set every night. He also explains why tech developments in music excite him and what newer acts he is enjoying listening to. This episode is broug…
 
Simon Mavin talks to Tom about Hiatus Kaiyote's journey so far and their upcoming album, Mood Valiant, out on June 25th. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quality of sleep and to boost productivity in clin…
 
Sean Murray discusses five of his favourite LPs with Tom: Outkast - ATLiens (1996), Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works Vol II (1994), Jay-Z - The Blueprint (2001), Faith No More - Angel Dust (1992) and Angelo Badalamenti & David Lynch - Twin Peaks Original Soundtrack (1990). This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-u…
 
James Nestor tells Tom about his favourite music and why he is always drawn to records from the past. He also discusses his book, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve qu…
 
Cautious Clay talks to Tom about giving up his career in real estate to follow his musical dream. His new album, Deadpan Love, is out on June 25th. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quality of sleep and to…
 
Jonathan Culshaw speaks to Tom about some of his favourite music and how he perfected the art of impersonating people, and performs some impressions of celebrities. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve qualit…
 
Shayne Ward tells Tom what is was like to be the 2nd ever winner of the X Factor in 2005 and how the music industry has changed since then. His new single, Crazy Love, is out now. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to…
 
Michael Imperioli joins Tom to discuss his relationship with music, his band, Zopa, and their record, La Dolce Vita. Michael also reveals Ricky Gervais will be his next guest on his Talking The Soprano's podcast and what his favourite musical moments from the show are. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up light…
 
The comedian, Dan Cummins, joins Tom for a conversation about his favourite music and the state of pop culture. Dan's podcasts, TIMESUCK with DAN CUMMINS, SCARED TO DEATH and IS WE DUMB?, are all available here: https://dancummins.tv. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake…
 
Andrew Zimmern has a conversation with Tom about some of his favourite music by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, The Black Keys, The Beatles, The Who, Hot Chocolate, The Clash, Talking Heads, Roxy Music and Quah. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wak…
 
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