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December 19 2013

01:48

Slate’s Culture Gabfest on American Hustle, the Danish political drama Borgen, and long-form journalism in the digital age.

Listen to Culture Gabfest No. 274 with Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner with the audio player below. Subscribe in iTunes ∙ RSS feed ∙ Download ∙ Play in another tab And join the lively conversation on the Culturefest Facebook page here: The sponsors of this week’s show are... http://www.slate.com/articles/podcasts/culturegabfest/2013/12/slate_s_culture_gabfest_on_american_hustle_the_danish_political_drama_borgen.html

December 14 2013

15:16

Cinema Journal Presents Aca-Media, Ep. 10: We Might Have to Be More Vulgar

After a long absence spent recovering from Episode 9, in which MOOC spores wiped the brains of film and media scholars everywhere, we're back up and running. This month we feature an interview with Mary Beltrán about Latinization and the Fast & Furious franchise, based on her two Cinema Journal articles on the topic (note: this segment was recorded before the death of Paul Walker). Then Jennifer Proctor reports on the 2013 University Film and Video Association conference. Finally, Chris and Michael reveal what might be the only way to enjoy 2 Broke Girls.

November 22 2013

10:33

John Lloyd on Little Atoms

John Lloyd has had one of those careers that's difficult to summarize. As a radio producer he devised The News Quiz, Quote… Unquote and To the Manor Born before moving to television to start Not the Nine O'Clock News, Spitting Image, and Blackadder. He was the original choice to host Have I got News For You. After a long break from television working mainly in advertising he returned in 2003 to create QI, now in its 11 th series. More recently he can be heard as the host of Radio 4's Museum of Curiosity, and could be seen doing his first ever stand-up show at this year's Edinburgh Festival. He was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2011 New Year Honours for services to broadcasting. Also in this week's show, in the first of a new regular slot, comedy writer Helen Zaltzman tell us about something, or in this case someone close to her heart. This was the 300th episode of Little Atoms. First broadcast on 9th November 2013. http://www.littleatoms.com/johnlloyd.htm

November 13 2013

06:41

NPR: Comcast making a play for niche audiences with the launch of 3 new cable channels

September 11 2013

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August 07 2013

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August 07 2012

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August 06 2012

19:27

Caustic Soda: Sibling Rivalry

Mister Doctor Greg Bole – B.Sc. (Biology) and Ph.D. (Evolution and Ecology) – joins us to talk about sibling rivalry in the animal kingdom, which of course includes that most savage and destructive animal – homo sapiens. Includes siblicide, porbeagle ovophagy, adelphophagi, polyembryoni in parasitoid wasps, and the Dassler brothers, Karla Homolka & the Han sisters. All this plus news & pop culture including the Game of Thrones analysis you didn’t ask for.

August 03 2012

11:30

The Web Ahead #22: Apples and TVs with Jason Grigsby

What does the news from this week's Apple keynote mean for the future of the web? There was no TV announcement, but what is the state of internet-enabled TVs? What can web designers and developers be doing today to support the coming TVs. http://5by5.tv/webahead/22

March 15 2012

18:25

Leigh Sales - ABC Conversations with Richard Fidler

As host of ABC TV's 7.30, Leigh Sales believes that asking good questions is more effective, and more fun, than having all the answers. http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2012/02/16/3432345.htm?site=conversations

January 27 2012

22:31

A Boy's Magical 'Touch' Predicts The Future

"Basically, it's a variation on the new CBS series Person of Interest, except that the stories are propelled by a human computer, not an actual one."

January 17 2012

04:42

Fresh Air Interviews: Dick Wolf, Jerry Orbach, S. Epatha Merkerson | NPR

Last week NBC announced it would be canceling the venerable series, which tied with Gunsmoke this year as the longest-running prime-time drama on network television. Fresh Air pays tribute to the crime procedural by running interviews with series creator Dick Wolf, actor Jerry Orbach and actress S. Epatha Merkerson. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=127019083&f=1001&sc=tw
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December 14 2011

13:45

Fairy-Tale Adaptations: It's Ever After, All Right

December 08 2011

09:35

In 'Homeland,' It's Hard To Know Whom To Trust

09:33

Abrams And Nolan Nab A 'Person Of Interest'

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