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Racism, toxic inequality, persistent poverty, climate change: these are big serious problems, and if you believe they require big audacious solutions, then this is the podcast for you. Hosted by Angela Glover Blackwell, Founder-in-Residence at PolicyLink, Radical Imagination focuses on radical solutions to our society’s most pressing problems. It features conversations with thinkers and changemakers from multiple fields working to deliver equity wins at scale.Tune in to Radical Imagination, ...
 
Welcome to the Moral Imagination Podcast. The overarching theme of my podcast is what it means to be a human person and what makes for a meaningful and good life. We will discuss philosophy of the human person, culture, religion, social philosophy, and many other related topics, like education, learning, economics, food, technology, artificial intelligence, and intellectual history. My goal is to interact with ideas and people whose work I find challenging, and intellectually and socially im ...
 
Wordplay: Theater for the Ear and the Imagination is a podcast that will produce short audio plays and monologues, both dramas & comedies, which reflect the dignity and spiritual nature of the human person. The actors are alumni of Providence College Theatre. Rev. Matthew Powell, O.P., associate professor emeritus of theatre, is the director.
 
Get ready for Mission Imagination – the new series of the Puffin Podcast. Each episode will whoosh you a way to a different magical world created by a fantastic Puffin author. Hosted by the hilarious Babatunde Aleshe, alongside two young Puffineers, there’ll be a new adventure for each week of the summer holidays. From magical forests to underwater worlds, you’ll be taken to lands where sweets really do grow on trees, where puffins are rulers of the land, and where you can swim in a sea of c ...
 
Welcome to 'Experience Imagination', a Themed Entertainment Podcast presented by Falcon's Creative Group. On this show, artists, engineers, filmmakers, and other creative professionals from in and around our design studio come together to tackle a new discussion topic every episode. When it comes to the latest trends, theories, and technologies, we’re diving into the deep end of the pool to shine a light on the modern revolution of themed attractions and entertainment experiences.
 
Mennonite Church of Eastern Canada is going on a journey of courageous imagination. Over the course of the next year we will dream, imagine and listen to each other's stories of faith as we seek to hear God’s voice. The Courageous Imagination Podcast is hosted by Mollee Moua and Leah Reesor-Keller. It is mixed and edited by Hanna Negussie. To find out more about Courageous Imagination go to www.mcec.ca/courageous-imagination.
 
Fuel your imagination with a one minute boost of creativity using this crowd sourced podcast. Join the imagination minute community and escape... imagine... create... Each episode contains six words over one minute – no definitions here! Improve your creative chops. Design something beautiful. Escape monotony. Hear Inspiration. See Creation. Compose Vision. This is audio stimulation to help fuel imagination and creativity. Join others or fly solo in a quest to engage, dream, & write. Another ...
 
Would you like to fulfill your potential to be the curious, creative, and imaginative star that you are, or would like to be? You already know in your bones that you are a creative beast, but maybe you just don't quite know how to unleash it – perhaps it’s an ignored talent in writing, leading innovation at work or simply underwater basket weaving. Every fortnight, John, a mild-mannered, middle-aged British man with a love of curiosity and philosophy, and a slightly louder, middle-aged Austr ...
 
Imagination Travel & Tips is all about....travel and tips! From traveling locally, wherever that may be, to the farthest ends of the earth. All about customs, things to do, how to prepare and research, cultural tips, even packing advice. If it's travel-related, let's discuss it. All podcasts are relatively short to give busy people a chance to get the grasp in a quick amount of time.
 
Igniting Imagination is a podcast to spark the spirit within you, from Wesleyan Investive and Texas Methodist Foundation. We believe every movement for change starts with conversation. We hope the conversations in these episodes might invite you into new perspectives and possibilities, inspire you with an idea, give you insight about your next faithful step…and further equip you to engage in the conversations in your context that can lead to deep change. This season, we are sharing with you ...
 
Best-selling author, award-winning artist ( former TV host and elementary teacher) Nellie Jacobs is Consultant to Creatives, inspiring individuals to Ignite their Imagination, Mine their Resources, and Make Opportunity Knock. Nellie interviews vibrant, imaginative personalities who entertain and educate. All shows are archived for your listening pleasure at your leisure. Each episode is numbered and themed. For true inspiration, listen to the entire series. JUST RELEASED: Inspirational, self ...
 
—a podcast where curiosity and imagination run free. Imagine if you wake up one day to find a completely different world. Animals and plants you are familiar with are replaced by strange ones. The air smells and tastes different. Each episode, we will explore our world with an imaginary item or without a familiar one. You can participate by leaving your imagination via voice at http://anchor.fm/ourworldofimagination or (717) 804-4297. Let me know if you would like your voicemail played on th ...
 
Insurgent Imagination explores creative arts through a revolutionary lens. Each episode, we dive into works of radical storytelling to explore how art inspires and supports the Movement for collective liberation and how the Movement informs artists. We examine work from the past, present, and future, and reflect on their meaning with artists and revolutionary organizers from around the world. We provide a welcoming space for folks thinking about the intersections of art and revolution. Hoste ...
 
Every child deserves the opportunity to experience the magic of storybooks. This free podcast makes available the unabridged audio versions of the storybooks in the Scribbles and Friends Imagination Blanket Series. We hope you and your little ones will enjoy the first book, The Violin's Magical Melody. Please rate and/or leave comments.
 
~~~~~Finn the Frog is in BETA! We would love for you to try out these audio adventures with your child (recommended AGES 3-6) and give us feedback on how to make the experience even more engaging and fun. Help us keep imagination alive! Please comment and share your thoughts on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Finn-the-Frogs-Imagination-Adventures/453500164788585?ref=br_rs ~~~~~ Finn the Frog is a delightful Shakespearean amphibian on a mission to kickstart your kid's imagination! Bi ...
 
This podcast features the creative minds of some of the best storytellers to ever leave ink on the page. Each week, the host and the listening audience are taken on an adventure by a NY Times Best-Selling author. In most cases, their latest release is featured. But in every case, their approach to the craft and their overall volume of work is discussed. Probing questions are asked; secrets are revealed. Genres include: Suspense, Thrillers, and Cozy Mysteries, as well as a pinch of Sci-Fi and ...
 
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South Side Chicago Still think of him often… so today we’re talking bout Willie ‘Wimp’ Stokes and his Cadillac Coffin. This week’s Patreon only episode is on Idi Amin and the Enfundu. For just $2 US a month you can support the show, and get access to exclusive content. The blog post of the episode is here. Check out the blog at historyandimaginatio…
 
The next set of podcasts chronicle “The Dictionary of Difficult Words” by Jane Solomon (Author) and Louise Lockhart (Illustrator) Here, we will delve in to vocabulary new, unusual and niche! Today's upload continues with the letters D, E, F and G. Instead of a list of questions about the text, make a list of any words you feel you could use, in spe…
 
Debt continues to drown millions of young people, families, and retirees, especially Black and Brown communities who bear a disproportionate impact. In this episode of Radical Imagination, host Angela Glover Blackwell speaks with Astra Taylor, a filmmaker, activist and the director of the Debt Collective, a membership union who are calling for the …
 
Creativity can be used in many ways. One special way is helping us deal with loss and to process our thoughts. When someone we love is lost we have a whirlwind of emotions going through our minds and hitting us hard. The way I personally handle these times is to reach for my creativity. I sculpt and I spend time with some clay and surrounded by pic…
 
In Episode 9, The Occupational Philosophers chat with Eleanor Tweddle - a podcaster, an entrepreneur, and author, with a best-selling book, Why losing your job could be the best thing that ever happened to you! (and she is also an amazing coach, consultant, and very funny) After 23 years of corporate life, working for brands such as Costa Coffee, R…
 
The Lightning Rod Man is a short audio play based on the story by Herman Melville. Melville is best known to us as the author of such classic novels as Moby Dick and Billy Budd. But Melville also had a lighter side. In The Lightning Rod Man he has fun contrasting the person who appreciates and embraces life, despite all of its hazards, with the per…
 
In the final episode of this series, our trio speak to Abigail Balfe, the fantastic author of A Different Sort of Normal. Abigail guides us through a series of imagination-metaverses one of which is Abigail’s which is called - The Safe Space. Expect soft furnishings, soft food to eat and a quiet and relaxing space where you can relax and unwind. Ab…
 
In this episode, I speak with Professor Carter Snead about his book, What it Means to be Human: The Case for the Body in Public Bioethics. We discuss how the dominant view of the human person forgets the body and ignores our social nature, and how this plays out in law which further shapes our moral lives and cultural attitudes. Snead argues that c…
 
In this episode, we’re joined by members of the Oceaneering Entertainment Systems (OES) team to discuss our recently announced partnership, what goes into making ride systems, who gets to test them out, and a whole lot of other fun things. Learn more about Oceaneering Entertainment Systems (OES): https://www.oceaneering.com/entertainment-systems/ A…
 
We wrap up the Shamecore season talking about how shame is healed - through relationship. Drew Hart is the author of Who Will be a Witness and Trouble I’ve Seen. Curt Thompson has published Anatomy of the Soul, The Soul of Shame and The Soul Of Desire: Discovering The Neuroscience Of Longing, Beauty, And Community. In the episode, Krispin mentions …
 
The next set of podcasts chronicle “The Dictionary of Difficult Words” by Jane Solomon (Author) and Louise Lockhart (Illustrator) Here, we will delve in to vocabulary new, unusual and niche! Today's upload incudes a brief introduction and style guide before starting with letters A, B and C. Instead of a list of questions about the text, make a list…
 
After a summer break we are back with a brand new (kind of!) book "Earth Warp!" This book is another from the BBC Look and Read series which ran from the 70s into the 90s and many of us 30 and 40 somethings will remember some of these series very fondly. CHAPTER 9 What was in a heap on the floor? Why do you think Martin had an asthma attack? Where …
 
Next up is crafting your very own personal Frankenstein. Now this topic is one I have discussed a few times in the past, but it is such a strong and important one. Each of us is constantly growing and adding new skills and new pieces to ourselves. We are adding both good pieces that become a part of us as well as not so good pieces that can infect …
 
After a summer break we are back with a brand new (kind of!) book "Earth Warp!" This book is another from the BBC Look and Read series which ran from the 70s into the 90s and many of us 30 and 40 somethings will remember some of these series very fondly. CHAPTER 7 How did the 'strange visitor' arrive? What made Amina better? Where was Joe Lowin loo…
 
This week is all about presidents, dictators, mobsters, islands and how the theft of a hat was taken a little too seriously. Apologies again, voice a little scratchy in this one (was recorded 2 weeks ago) so have turned the background music down a little in this one. My Patreon is finally up! Click here to support the show, and get bonus episodes. …
 
After a summer break we are back with a brand new (kind of!) book "Earth Warp!" This book is another from the BBC Look and Read series which ran from the 70s into the 90s and many of us 30 and 40 somethings will remember some of these series very fondly. CHAPTER 5 Who was watching the vase being put back together? What does the phrase 'off the hook…
 
Welcome to my new series. Today's lesson originated from a quote I love. "All the Darkness in the world cannot put out a single candle." To me this means that there is a fire in your heart that is your passion and there is nobody but you that can blow it out. No matter how much darkness or negativity around you they will try to dwindle your flame, …
 
After a summer break we are back with a brand new (kind of!) book "Earth Warp!" This book is another from the BBC Look and Read series which ran from the 70s into the 90s and many of us 30 and 40 somethings will remember some of these series very fondly. CHAPTER 3 How long did Ollie have to find the probe? What toppled over 'all by itself'? Where w…
 
I have something new and special for you all tonight. A new journey , very similar to sketching in clay however adding onto it a little extra so that everyone from all walks of life can join in and have fun. Thank you for watching Please like and subscribe. Also please leave a comment and let me know your thoughts. Join and support future videos on…
 
In Episode 8, The Occupational Philosophers dive into the business, life, and leadership lessons we can learn from three very well-known artists. Starting at the rebirth of humanism, creativity, and curiosity, and a general 'coming out of the dark' (also known as the Renaissance), they take us through the minds of two of the Renaissances shining li…
 
After a summer break we are back with a brand new (kind of!) book "Earth Warp!" This book is another from the BBC Look and Read series which ran from the 70s into the 90s and many of us 30 and 40 somethings will remember some of these series very fondly. This tale has an environmental edge, and (unfortunately) for a tale with was written 25 years a…
 
In this episode, our trio speak to Nathan Bryon and Dapo Adeola, the fantastic author and illustrator of Clean Up! Nathan and Dapo invite us to the beautiful Caribbean island of Jamaica, where white sandy beaches stretch out for miles, mango flavored popsicles grow on the palm trees and you can high-five every octopus you see. There's just one simp…
 
Last November Los Angeles County voted to dismantle the largest youth juvenile system in the country to create a new approach where care is prioritized over punishment. Radical Imagination host Angela Glover Blackwell speaks with youth grassroots organizer Kent Mendoza. He was incarcerated as a youth and was involved in the reimagining of a new sys…
 
In this week’s episode, our trio speak with fantastic mystery author Robin Stevens - the brilliant brains behind the Murder Most Unladylike book series. Robin guides our adventurers to Mysterium - a mystical world where basset hounds help us sniff out clues, an abandoned pirate ship haunts the land, and a forest full of intrigue is waiting to be ex…
 
In July I asked readers and listeners to choose a subject from two real world influences on the Indiana Jones movie character. The majority of you chose Giovanni Batista Belzoni. From apprentice monk, to fugitive, to circus strongman, and finally, tomb raider one could never say Giovanni Belzoni’s life wasn’t eventful. Today we discuss the time he …
 
In this episode, I speak with Professor Jessica Hooten Wilson about her writing and research on literature and totalitarianism. We discuss how both violence and entertainment and distraction are used a tools of state control. We discuss Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, some of the writings of Alexander Solzhenitsyn, and Julia Alvarez's novel, In the…
 
today I want to share with you the importance of always learning. Always going after progress (not perfection). Just growing and learning new things everyday. Even things that are not directly related can have an impact on other areas of your life and on the different kinds of art you create. Thank you for watching Please like and subscribe. Also p…
 
In Episode 7, The Occupational Philosophers chat with global humanitarian, childhood conservationist, lifelong play enthusiast and founder of The Flying Seagull Project, Ash Perrin. Since 2008, The Flying Seagull Project has brought love, light and laughter to more than 200,000 children in 23 countries across four continents in challenging and desp…
 
In this episode, our trio speak to Greg James and Chris Smith - the wonderful authors of The Great Dream Robbery. In this magical world of dreams, where anything is possible, there are parachuting cows, talking cats, and even spaghetti meatballs falling out of the sky. Absolutely anything goes here! But be careful, because if someone breaks that al…
 
Join Rashmi Sirdeshpande, author of How To Change The World and How To Be Extraordinary, host Babatúndé Aléshé and the Puffineers for a brilliant, bonkers, bubble adventure! Get ready to travel through the soapy suds to explore fairies that skateboard, ninja bunnies and chocolate smelling clouds in this wacky world. But the Puffineers must take car…
 
Curt Thompson has published Anatomy of the Soul and Soul of Shame Dr. Karyn Purvis audio was taken from lectures available from the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development. If you’re a parent interested in learning more about building secure attachment with your children, Krispin recommends The Whole-Brain Child by Payne and Seigel and The 6 Ne…
 
Each and every one of us is different. We are born different, we are raised different, we come from a different place in this world. What if we embraced those differences and loved the things that make us different. That make us unique. Thank you for watching Please like and subscribe. Also please leave a comment and let me know your thoughts. Join…
 
In episode 6, The Occupational Philosophers get really curious about questions (and questions are what this show is all about). Questions come in all shapes and sizes and John and Simon have a good look at them all. Importantly, they explore how great questions can have a positive impact on both the world of work AND living a most inspiring life. A…
 
What is education for? In the episode, I speak with Heidi White about classical education and human flourishing. We discuss why classical education is important to pass down a cultural memory and why reading good literature and classic texts matters on multiple levels. We discuss the difference between a modern, contemporary education and a classic…
 
Jen Carney, author and illustrator of The Accidental Diary of B.U.G, takes Babatúndé Aléshé and the Puffineers on a journey to Biscuitville - a world made entirely of biscuits! Imagine buildings made entirely of biscuits, trees growing chocolate chip cookies and the wheels on all vehicles made of… you’ve guessed it… Wagon Wheels! But beware, all is…
 
Incredible music, incredible tracks. This is the 3rd my mix in D’n’B. In #103 you will listen intelligent classic and new D’n’B tracks from E-Z Rollers, Aqualite, Seba, Nu:Tone etc.Title: Imagination #103 Intelligent Drum’n’Bass – 2021-07-31Genre: Drum’n’Bass, IntelligentDate: 31-jul-2021Quality: 320kbs/CBR/44.1kHz/Stereo01. E-Z Rollers – Walk This…
 
Join Humza Arshad, author of the Little Badman books, host Babatúndé Aléshé and the Puffineers for an outer-space adventure. Get ready to travel to planets with endless games of cricket, zoom past a spy headquarters and meet ninja-rapper-gangsters. But take care, because if someone breaks the rule you might disturb the green-one-eyed monsters and s…
 
Content warning: This week’s episode features monsters doing monstrous things - as they are apt to do. The after-effects of World War One on the Western World are well documented. It also upturned significant parts of the East. Trapped between Russia and China, both imploding - Mongolia had it’s share of outlaws with large private armies to deal wi…
 
Not a boring podcast, I assure you! You'll hear a couple of stories of ways I've prevented some health issues while traveling, and a few ideas I've come up with along travel journeys! Good or bad, we have our health, at home or traveling. Let's take advantage of some helpful tips to keep our travel good while on the road or in the air.…
 
As Covid-19 continues to sweep the world and most countries, especially in the Global South, struggle to access vaccines, Radical Imagination takes a fresh look at how the US patent system keeps billions of people at home and abroad from obtaining life-saving medicines. Since our first episode on this topic, early in the pandemic, the situation has…
 
In this episode, I speak with Elizabeth Corey about life beyond politics, friendship, learning, and the work of Michael Oakeshott. We discuss a wide range of issues, including rationalism and politics, the value of the reading of classic texts, and Oakeshott's idea of different modes of engaging with the world: the practical, scientific, historical…
 
In Episode 5, The Occupational Philosophers chat with glorious, amazingly talented, and hilarious performer Tamara Campbell. Tamara has literally performed all over the world: 23 countries in 6 different languages for over a million people in her 18-year career. Tamara believes that "laughter should be a force for good. Bringing humans together to …
 
Get ready for Mission Imagination – the new series of the Puffin Podcast. Each episode will whoosh you a way to a different magical world created by a fantastic Puffin author. Hosted by the hilarious Babatunde Aleshe, alongside two young Puffineers, there’ll be a new adventure for each week of the summer holidays. From magical forests to underwater…
 
The Blind Spot by Saki. Saki, the pen name of early 20th century British writer Hector Hugh Munro, was known for his witty stories with surprise endings. In The Blind Spot a lady gourmand finds the truth inconvenient and must choose between justice and pleasure.Rev. Matthew Powell, O.P. tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Krispin talks with Robert Monson about the theology behind all these "soft songs," as well as short bit with Danielle Shroyer, who we heard earlier this season. Robert is part of the 3 Black Men podcast, as well as a writer and musician. In this episode we mention Mako Nagasawa, the book Gentler God, by Doug Frank and The Inner Voice of Love by Hen…
 
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