Society And Culture Podcasts
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Mike Ward et deux humoristes invités ont des discussions sur Skype; ils parlent de tout et de rien sans script, sans montage et sans censure. Parfois drôle, parfois intelligent mais toujours honnête. « Sous écoute » est ce que « Souper de clown » aurait dû/pu être, comme un talk-show mais pas « fake » et moins désagréable.
By Mike Ward
Tap into your full human potential by using the creativity-inducing strategies that Eric Maisel teaches to bestselling authors, Grammy Award-winning musicians, Academy Award-winning screenwriters, and thousands of other creative clients and coaches. Experience the pleasure and confidence that comes with living creatively. Tap in to your imagination, resourcefulness and self-direction. Solve problems more quickly, make choices more easily, and use the power of your full potential to become an everyday creative person, creative at everything you do. Every week, through examples, tips and exercises, you energize your personal creative process and shine like a beacon with Dr. Eric Maisel, America’s premier creativity coach and the author 30 books including Ten Zen Seconds, Fearless Creating, Creativity for Life and Coaching the Artist Within.
By Dr. Eric Maisel
In-depth documentaries which each week explore a different aspect of history, science, philosophy, film, visual arts and literature. The Sunday Feature is broadcast every Sunday at 7.45pm on BBC Radio 3. Each episode lasts 45 minutes. We aim to include as many episodes of The Sunday Feature in the podcast as we can but you'll find that some aren't included for rights reasons.
By BBC Radio 3
If you think you understand economics - and who does? - think again. The Invisible Hand, hosted by Matthew Lazin-Ryder explains why gouging is good, why non-profits should be profitable, and how supply-and-demand principles govern the world of love and marriage. It’s a defiantly non-dismal take on the “dismal science” of economics.
By CBC Radio
From Jesus Christ to Ebenezer Scrooge, from Franz Kafka to The Biggest Loser, the world has always been captivated by tales of trouble, epiphany and redemption. Richard Syrett, host of last summer’s Out of Their Minds, brings listeners 10 such stories of profound personal transformation in Metamorphosis.
By CBC Radio
Babel is a show about the glorious and uniquely Canadian mash-up that results when old ideas about English collide with our new Canada, where one in five people speak neither French nor English as a first language. Host Mariel Borelli takes us to the street, the classroom and the boardroom to explore our evolving language.
By CBC Radio