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Join Michael Cera ("Arrested Development") and Director Sebastián Silva as they discuss their new comedy, "Crystal Fairy and the Magical Cactus." On a trip through Chile, a boorish American named Jamie (Cera) and three Chilean brothers set off in search of the hallucinatory San Pedro cactus. But when a drunken Jamie invites along a free-spirited fellow American, they get more of an adventure than they bargained for.
 
ENGLISH // DEUTSCH How did we get to where we are in life and what does food have to do with it: I'm Meike Peters, I write cookbooks, and I love to talk about food. For my Meet in My Kitchen podcast, I invite people to my tiny Berlin kitchen whose journey in life I find inspiring, to find out how they got to where they are in life, to learn about the struggles they had to overcome, how the highs and lows shaped them – and what food has to do with it. My guests are chefs and home cooks, baker ...
 
Directors Anthony and Joe Russo and actor Sebastian Stan discuss Marvel Studios highly anticipated Captain America: Civil War. The story unfolds as the Avengers fracture into two camps, one led by Steve Rogers' desire to remain free and the other by Tony Stark, as he takes the surprising decision to support government oversight and accountability. Hosted by Chris Hewitt at the Apple Store, Covent Garden in London.
 
Director Roland Emmerich, writer John Orloff and actor Rhys Ifans discuss the controversial new film at the Apple Store, Regent Street, in London. Set in the political snake-pit, of Elizabethan England, Anonymous speculates on an issue that has for centuries intrigued, academics and brilliant minds, namely: who actually created the body of work credited to, William Shakespeare?
 
Directors Anthony and Joe Russo and actors Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie discuss their new film, Captain America: The Winter Soldier. The film finds Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, living quietly in Washington, D.C. and trying to adjust to the modern world. But when a S.H.I.E.L.D. colleague comes under attack, Steve becomes embroiled in a web of intrigue that threatens to put the world at risk. Hosted by Alistair Plumb at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
The Dungeon Masters are longtime nerds, artists, kinksters and friends. Pirate and Sebastian have been co creating experiences in pleasure, pain and play together for over 6 years after meeting in the confines of one of San Francisco's most famous castles. Now they get to share a combined 30 years of experience and help people avoid the pitfalls they've crawled out of. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedungeonmasters/support
 
In diesem Podcast möchte ich Menschen von A - Z kennen lernen. Vom Manager über die Krebsforscherin, dem Politikprofessor, bis hin zum General möchte ich wissen was diese Menschen antreibt und was ihre Geschichte ist. Was war ihr Weg zum Erfolg und welche Dinge sind ihnen auf diesem wichtig geworden. Außerdem möchte ich mich über Fragen, die sich mir zu ihren Fachgebieten stellen unterhalten. Wer von Menschen mit echter Erfahrung in ihrem Gebiet lernen will ist hier richtig.
 
Welcome to Creative Women in Tech Podcast. Did you know Women in Tech make up only 5% leadership roles & under 20% of all working female artists in the UK are signed to music labels? Meet the womxn taking charge of their own unique paths. Join WITCiH founder, BISHI in conversation with a woman in tech about her work, journey, life, & process. Presented by WITCIH, The Women in Technology Creative Industries Hub.
 
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Es geht um Wurzeln - um die, die man in Salzteig packen kann, und die, die zu 2 Michelin Sternen führen können. (Deutsche Episode)Zwei Welten fruchtbar vereint in der Mitte Kreuzbergs: Österreich und Berlin. Sein Heimatland Österreich füttert den Koch Sebastian Frank mit dem Wissen, der Leidenschaft und Inspiration, die er braucht, um einzigartige …
 
Sebastian Faulks has been an indomitable force of the British literary scene since his first novel was published in 1984. His 1993 novel ‘Birdsong’ sold more than 2 million copies in the UK and regularly features as one of the nation’s favourite books. He speaks to Georgina Godwin about his new novel ‘Snow Country’, the second in a loose trilogy se…
 
NBC News Senior Capitol Hill Correspondent Garrett Haake joins Chuck after Meet the Press wraps to discuss news that climate change provisions are likely getting dropped from the Democrats’ spending plan. Plus, how serious is Matthew McConaughey about running for Texas governor?저자 NBC News
 
Russell Jones is a sensory consultant who is fascinated by how our senses change how we feel, think and act every day. He speaks to Georgina Godwin about his new book ‘The Power of your Senses’, which details his “sensory prescriptions” for everything from waking up to going to bed – and everything that happens in between.…
 
The new space race doesn’t just pit nation-states against one another, it’s also a fight between private companies looking to cash in. Chuck talks with Michio Kaku, theoretical physicist and professor at the City University of New York and the author of “The God Equation: The Quest for a Theory of Everything.”…
 
Agnes Poirier is a journalist, author and political commentator. Georgina Godwin speaks to her about her latest book, ‘Notre-Dame: The Soul of France’, which explores the magnificent history and uncertain future of one of the world’s most iconic buildings. Containing personal accounts of the day when it went up in flames, and the cultural war over …
 
A Learning Podcast!We are joined by Business Insider journo, and, more importantly, The Terminal SubStack auteur, James "JR" Hennessy.We talk:AfterPay - Is this a legit business? How do they make money? And will they survive an interest rate rise?NFTs - Now these things are cool, should we max our credit cards out on them?Sign up to his SubStack he…
 
On ‘Monocle Reads’ this week Georgina Godwin visits the team behind the Cheltenham Festival, including head of programming Nicola Tuxworth, for an insight into the process behind the world's oldest literature festival. This year’s theme is “Read the World” and the Festival runs from 8 until 17 October.…
 
Turning life's ups and downs into cookies, cakes and croissants. (English episode)She loves baking, he loves coffee. She grew up in the Soviet Union, he grew up under the hot sun of Israel. She calls herself a lazy perfectionist and dances around with her two little kids while preparing filigree cakes for the bakery. He tells you about the most pai…
 
Annie Macmanus is a household name, though not necessarily as a writer. As Annie Mac, she has had a long and incredibly successful career as a DJ and broadcaster, having hosted programmes for 17 years on BBC Radio 1 until this summer. Georgina Godwin speaks to her about her debut novel ‘Mother Mother’, which this year became a ‘Sunday Times’ bestse…
 
Martin Bailey co-curated Tate Britain’s 2019 exhibition ‘Van Gogh and Britain’. He is the author of several books on the artist and writes the weekly newsletter ‘Adventures with Van Gogh’ for ‘The Art Newspaper’. Bailey tells Georgina Godwin about his latest book, ‘Van Gogh’s Finale: Auvers & the Artist’s Rise to Fame’, a comprehensive analysis of …
 
On Capitol Hill, moderate and progressive Democrats continue to negotiate over their massive domestic spending bill, the timing on a vote for infrastructure, government funding and the debt. But with all the back and forth over what Democrats want, there’s one voice that seems to be missing from the conversation: and that’s the president of the Uni…
 
Acclaimed writer, journalist and broadcaster Robert McCrum has had a distinguished career, including stints as editor in chief of Faber & Faber and literary editor of ‘The Observer’. Throughout, William Shakespeare has served as a guide and comfort, not least after McCrum suffered a stroke and rediscovered his sense of the world through the bard’s …
 
Twenty-five years ago, a Democratic president — Bill Clinton — signed the Defense of Marriage Act, a law that prohibited the federal government from recognizing same-sex unions. Today, marriage equality is the law of the land. Chuck talks to Sasha Issenberg, author of “The Engagement: America's Quarter-Century Struggle Over Same-Sex Marriage.”…
 
Georgina Godwin speaks to German-American writer Deborah Feldman. Born into a strict Hasidic community in New York, Feldman longed for more and in 2012 she released her autobiography ‘Unorthodox: The Scandalous Rejection of My Hasidic Roots’. The best-selling story of how she left to find freedom and independence has inspired the hit Netflix drama …
 
Tom Chivers is a poet and publisher who has long been fascinated by London, the city he grew up in and continues to call home. His fascination is not with the landmarks and monuments that are easy to spot but with what lies underneath the city: the hidden and submerged past that is buried below its streets. He speaks to Georgina Godwin about his ne…
 
Human rights lawyer Bhavani Fonseka and human rights advocate Ambika Satkunanathan talk about their homeland Sri Lanka – the island nation just off the southeastern coast of India. Sri Lanka boasts a large, well-educated population, great economic potential, a history of democracy, and popular tourist attractions. At the same time, the country has …
 
California Governor Gavin Newsom easily beat back a recall effort this week, thanks to trends inside the state’s Democratic electorate … and thanks to the ongoing shifts inside the Republican party in the wake of former President Trump. Chuck talks with Christina Bellantoni, Director of the Annenberg Media Center at the University of Southern Calif…
 
Georgina Godwin talks to Will Storr. His critically acclaimed books are about everything from ghosts to selfies, but at the heart of his work is a desire to look deep into the human experience and explore just why we think or behave the way we do. His new book ‘The Status Game’ argues that competition for status underpins all human activity.…
 
The Women’s Prize for Fiction is one of the greatest annual, international celebrations of female creativity. It is now in its 26th year and it honours outstanding, ambitious, original fiction written in English by women from anywhere in the world. The 2021 award was won by Susanna Clarke for her novel ‘Piranesi’. Georgina Godwin went along to the …
 
With a little more than a year to go before the midterms, the terms of the campaign are still in flux. Kristen Soltis Anderson, Republican pollster and co-founder of Echelon Insights joins Cornell Belcher, Democratic pollster and president of Brilliant Corners Research and Strategies, talk to Chuck about the political impact of the Texas abortion l…
 
Breakfast and Wanderlust (English episode)Marta is an adventurer - driven by curiosity and trust. She explored New Zealand in a camper van with her 2-year old daughter and even when the van broke in the middle of nowhere she felt they were safe. She travelled around South America on her own, taking precautions and cutting her hair short as matches …
 
If you take a close look at almost every political issue today — whether it’s Covid, voting, policing or climate — you will find one problem at the root of it: Polarization. Mark Sanford, former South Carolina governor (R) and former congressman talks to Chuck about partisanship in politics and his new book, “Two Roads Diverged.”…
 
Georgina Godwin meets publisher Christopher MacLehose and acclaimed Indian author Anuradha Roy. MacLehose, a leader in translated literature in the UK, is reported to have brought works into English from 34 languages. He recently launched Mountain Leopard Press, which focuses on translation as well as contemporary literature. One of its lead titles…
 
President Biden spoke from the White House to defend his decision to pull forces out of the country, but his legacy may be more about the “how” than the “why” ... And that’s assuming that Afghanistan doesn’t once again become a haven for terrorist attacks. NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel talks about his firsthand reporting from K…
 
This edition of ‘Meet The Writers’ takes a slightly different direction as Georgina Godwin speaks to Phil Manzanera. He is a writer – but one who uses notes and staves rather than words. Manzanera shot to fame in the 1970s as lead guitarist with seminal band Roxy Music and is also a record producer, who has worked with some of the most celebrated m…
 
For years, top universities have been overwhelmed by potentially qualified student candidates, but unable to fit them on campus … leading to a race to the top that no student can ever really win, often leaving students from diverse backgrounds struggling for a chance to get ahead. Professor David Kirp proposes a radical idea to expand the world of …
 
Grill Royal, Kin Dee, Bar Freundschaft, Dottir - von den Schweizer Voralpen ins pulsierende Herz der Berliner Gastronomie. (Deutsche Episode)Wächst man in den Schweizer Voralpen auf und findet seinen Frieden damit, dass man in einem kleinen Dorf lebt und nur von Natur umgeben ist, dann ist die Schweiz der schönste Orte, an dem man leben kann. Wenn …
 
Afghanistan? A pandemic and misinformation campaign? A congressional showdown coming in late September? Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today Susan Page and LA Times Columnist Mark Barabak predict what's next as President Biden fight battles at home and abroad.저자 NBC News
 
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