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A podcast created by @quarantinereads on twitter as a book club designed to get us through Social Distancing! Each week I tackle a new section of the book, and discuss what I liked/disliked about it and what makes the book good! Intro/Outro is "Silverhill Church Girl" by The Underhill Family Orchestra. Visit their website www.weareunderhill.com to check out the whole album!
 
“All of humanity's problems stem from man's inability to sit quietly in a room alone.“ - Blaise Pascal. The Quarantine Tapes: A week-day program from Onassis LA and dublab. Hosted by Paul Holdengräber, the series chronicles shifting paradigms in the age of social distancing. Each day, Paul calls a guest for a brief discussion about how they are experiencing the global pandemic.
 
Heath Racela, a TV producer/director with close to two decades in the business, talks to a TV, film, radio, or media industry professional that is grappling with the rapid changes brought on by the Coronavirus pandemic. Subscribe for thoughtful conversations about how we got here, what getting back to normal might take, or what the new normal might look like. New episodes every Monday and Thursday.
 
Between countless part-time jobs to supplement her acting habit, actress Joy Brunson realized that her unique non-linear road to success was in fact not so unique at all. The seed was planted and has materialized as this podcast. You can expect weekly discussions with emerging and established Artists, mixed with small episodic doses of unsolicited advice.
 
Superstar couple James Haskell and Chloe Madeley are today's modern agony aunts. Each week they will give their own unique perspective on what it's really like to be in a relationship - from bedroom antics, to PDA's, to life in a relationship during lockdown and beyond. Send us your questions, comments and stories on @CouplesQuarantinePod or cqquestions@jameshaskell.org for James and Chloe to answer. And don't be shy - send us your juiciest stories, your other half's most annoying habits or ...
 
Welcome to “Stir Crazy with Steve Jenkins: Conversations With Creatives During The Quarantine”! In each episode, acclaimed bassist Steve Jenkins interviews a different musician/creative and discusses life since the pandemic as well as other things pertaining to music, culture and society.
 
Quarantine Nightly with Mouse Jones is a deep dive into the mind of a 31yr old man who's never been scared of ANYTHING, until the world stopped due to COVID-19. Listen as Mouse explores his thoughts, his feelings, his fears and everything in between, on his own. Discussing news, current events, and whatever else comes across his desk. An unadulterated, unfiltered (as always) peak into all the things that make Mouse...Mouse. Also, they'll be GUESTS, Mouse will talk with friends and colleagues ...
 
How is the landscape of love, sex and intimacy changing now that we’re all trapped in our bedrooms? Whether you’re single and forced into quarantine celibacy, sleeping around on Zoom, or trapped in a studio apartment with your ex-boyfriend, we are all adapting to a new normal. Love In Quarantine is hosted by Vogue sex columnist Karley Sciortino. In each episode, we listen in on Karley's funny and intimate conversations with people, who, just like us, are navigating sex and relationships duri ...
 
Stay safe, stay sane, stay queer (and stay home!) with WQUR: Queer Quarantine Radio, starring BenDeLaCreme, Jinkx Monsoon, Peaches Christ and Major Scales! This thrilling, hilarious, and oh so campy scripted comedy series is inspired by 1940s radio shows of yesterQUEER for the modern, quarantine era. WQUR promises you’ll THRILL at the drama and GAG at the eleganza. Support this podcast at anchor.fm/WQUR and Patreon.com/WQUR
 
We are living in a dystopian world right now, at least in a version of it. We are quarantined and there is nothing that we can do about it, so why not make the best of it and find some ways to pass the time together! That is exactly what this podcast is about and also a lot of faltu gyaan. So tune in to get some great ideas and tips. Happy listening!
 
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On episode 152 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by Andy Borowitz. Andy is a writer for The New Yorker and he talks with Paul about some of the fascinating challenges and successes of writing satire. Speaking on Inauguration Day, they dig into Andy’s experiences writing political comedy in the Bush, Obama, and Trump eras. Andy ta…
 
Hello friends, and Happy New Episode day! Today we read and discuss part 2 of Raybearer, which is still ripping my heart and soul out of my chest and is quickly becoming my favorite book of 2021. There's still a lot to read, but hear me out you guys. This one? ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC. Hope you love it as much as I do, and will join us next week for th…
 
Paul Rugg provides the voice and some puppeteering for the new Jim Henson show Earth to Ned, which streams on Disney+. He joins Heath to talk about the complex puppetry that goes into making an alien like Ned come alive, plus his career writing and providing voices for classic animated shows like Animaniacs and Freakazoid!…
 
One of the more frustrating concepts around the works of D&G is easily the Body without Organs. With our primary goal the demystification of these works, we couldn't let this sit out in that awkward place where the idea is only accessible to the extremely well read. We take a crack here at explaining it for the neophyte, for those without a doctora…
 
Poet Nikky Finney joins guest host Walter Mosley for a two-part discussion on episode 151 of The Quarantine Tapes. Nikky speaks with great thoughtfulness about the responsibilities of a working poet and of a teacher and how she feels humbled by both those jobs. Nikky talks to Walter about the need she feels as an artist to speak the truth by addres…
 
For more than four decades, Sonia Manzano played Maria on Sesame Street in front of the camera and served as a writer on the show behind the scenes. She joins Heath to talk about her new book A World Together, which explores our shared humanity despite our differences. She also discusses her experience on Sesame Street and previews her upcoming PBS…
 
On episode 150 of The Quarantine Tapes, guest host Walter Mosley is joined by Katrina vanden Heuvel. Editor and former publisher of The Nation, Katrina joins Walter for a discussion on optimism, politics, and change in the immediate aftermath of the January 6th events at the Capitol. Walter and Katrina talk about the Georgia elections and the chang…
 
Guest host Walter Mosley is joined by W. Paul Coates on episode 149 of The Quarantine Tapes. Paul is a publisher and the founder of Black Classic Press. Walter opens the conversation with a question about what hope Paul is finding in this moment. This leads into a deep and generative discussion about the definition of hope. They discuss Paul’s hist…
 
Y'all, Raybearer is gonna be in my Top Ten of 2021, I can ALREADY feel it. Thanks for bearing with me last week and waiting a little longer for this one, I know for a fact it's worth it, and I'm only 1/4 of the way through the book. I hope you love it as much as I am, and will join us next week for part two! LINKS MENTIONED: No Tea, Stay Hydrated! …
 
On episode 149 of The Quarantine Tapes, guest host Walter Mosley is joined by Morgan Entrekin. Morgan is the publisher of Grove Atlantic. He tells Walter about his experience being in New York and weathering COVID early in the pandemic. Walter and Morgan discuss how the publishing industry has been affected by the pandemic. They talk virtual events…
 
Ray Smiling is both a creative director for ad agencies and a director on his own films. His latest project is the anthology series Khaki Is Not Leather, which looks at the role of technology in sex and intimacy during the pandemic. Ray joins Heath to discuss the technical challenges of creating this project fully remotely, his own views on how tec…
 
Seamus and Ben are joined by friends of the pod Becky Beaver and Melissa Schapero as well as new friend Emily Bell to discuss the Georgia runoff elections, the attempted coup on the United States Capitol, and Trump soon being gone (and the ensuing GOP civil war). Along the way, we try prank calling a pro-Trump Super PAC. Finally, Ben admits what we…
 
Don Hahn was the producer behind classic Disney films like Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King, has authored several books, and has produced and directed many documentaries. His latest film Howard looks at the life of lyricist Howard Ashman. Don joins Heath to discuss some of the creative choices he made in Howard, working on classic Disney movi…
 
The Quarantinecast returns today with a special episode featuring acclaimed producer, songwriter, singer and guitarist Jason Bieler, best known for his time in Saigon Kick. We discuss Jason’s new album (the aptly titled Songs for the Apocalypse), the process of working with the incredible list of special guests on the affair (Devin Townsend, David …
 
In her new documentary The Antidote, Kahane Cooperman (and her co-director John Hoffman) explore stories of kindness, decency, and the power of community. Kahane talks with Heath about some of the unique creative choices that make the film impactful, why kindness makes us feel good, and her own optimism in spite of the state of the country. She als…
 
PBS American Portrait attempts to answer the fundamental question of what it means to be an American today using self-shot videos submitted from all over the country. The centerpiece of this project is a four part docuseries now running on PBS. Craig D'Entrone is the show runner of the project, and he joins Heath to discuss the challenges of making…
 
Maureen McCormick is best known for playing Marcia Brady on The Brady Bunch, but her passion for old houses, handcrafted vintage furniture, and antiques has made her a great fit at HGTV. Along with her fellow Brady castmates, she helped renovate the Brady Bunch house in 2019, and her latest home renovation show Frozen In Time is now streaming exclu…
 
Did you need some new books to read this year? No, not really? Well that's just too bad, because today's episode is a list of TEN of my most anticipated releases for the first half of 2021! These aren't in any particular order, they're just ones that I know are coming out this year and that I'm excited to read personally and am excited to hear othe…
 
Aside from us realizing the new user was one of our old with a Robin-Hood-quality British accent, we dive deeply into the way Capital plays with our desires, subverts our own, and creates more.저자 Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective
 
In August, school teacher Emily Jacobsen uploaded a sixteen second video to TikTok about Remy, the cooking rat from Pixar's Ratatouille, which unexpectedly sparked a movement on TikTok. Emily joins Heath to discuss how her video inspired creators all over the world, getting to tour the new Ratatouille ride at Epcot before it opens, and Ratatouille:…
 
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