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С понедельника по четверг Евгений Стаховский в прямом эфире радиостанции «Маяк» читает рассказы и повести. Известных и не очень известных авторов.
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Discover a weekly selection of award-winning children's stories and songs from Barefoot Books. We are an independent publisher specializing in carefully crafted books, gifts and digital content for children that combine the best of the present with the best of the past to educate our children as the caretakers of tomorrow. These classic children’s stories, fairy tales, poems and songs tap into the wisdom of many cultures, while never forgetting that childhood is a time for fun.
17 shows, 6 years ago
Bonjour à tous and welcome to Easy French Poetry where I read some of the most Classic French Poems. I will read them twice: once slowly - so you may repeat after me - and once at a more natural reading pace. I will sometimes also talk about the life of the author, explain the vocabulary or do an analysis of the text using simple, everyday French. You will find the full text of the poems accompanied by the audio on my website FrenchToday.com as well as much more audio material such as The Easy French Poetry Readings and Analysis series, Classic French Tales, French Verb Drills, reachable audio novels...
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HANS THIES LEHMANN - The position of the spectator in theatre today   The spectator has become the central focus of reflection on performance and theatre since the theoretical/practical shift to the problem of what is the experience of an artistic (or artistically-motivated) gesture. This shift brings into focus the fundamental questions of spectating as an activity. This lecture will focus on several examples of different spectating as an activity. This lecture will focus on several examples of different spectating positions, and will in particular concentrate on a re-reading of the ancient concept of Anagnorisis, in the light of the debate around the polemics against »theatralicality«, which in a different understanding has become accepted as a positive qualification of performance art practice. HANS THIES LEHMANN is Professor of Theatre Studies at Johan Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt on Main, Germany and directs Master Program in Dramaturgy there. His numerous publications include: Theater und Mythos, Essays zu Theatertexten ... His seminal work Postdramatisches Theater has been translated into many languages, and he has also been widely publication on literary theory, contemporary theatre aestetics, and film.
1 shows, 7 years ago
Ilari Valbonesi - The Paradigm of Listening (Sound, Voice, Body, Audience, Radio Art Sound is attractive. It catches the ear, enchants, disturbs, and scares. But it is also imperative. Sound is both a means and an end. The decisive interest devoted to the "strange" reflexivity of sound became a paradoxical instance of art, music and philosophy in the twentieth century. Further, it has encouraged the emergence of a genuine "paradigm of listening" from which I take steps to trace the event of a conceptual category of plastic art so called Sound Art : Art of Sound, that reflecting on itself, defines its own historical context. Sound hits us where our disposition is already a move towards the "given" sound, for that hearing which accords and affords us whatever there really is to hear. Which means there is an "eventual" sound, which happens in-between me and the things in-between me and others: Sound originates "elsewhere" even though we are implicated. The sound of the voice is also erotic. It's like an intercourse in between own and alien. It's magnetic and it orients us in space, it defines boundaries and mixes the real and the imagined. We can experience the public nature of the audience, the spatiality of sound in its symbolic occurrences in buildings that accommodate the aesthetic experience of sound: the theatre, concert hall, the square from the gallery, and the auditorium of the woods. But this is not the proper meaning of sound in space, nor qualifies its access to a space. Sound is more of a timeless space. The body itself is an instrument that records its environment while reconfiguring existing environments. In 2004 I coined the phrase ‘Acusmatic ethics’ to describe the interspecific character of sound and its synthetic temporality. If we understand that listening to something is to record it, recording itself is also a kind of ‘answering’ behavior. Obviously, radio, tapes, samplers are able to isolate, alter and focus the processes of distribution and use of sound. But in this direction, "synthetic" claims is more of a "critique" of instruments and traditional research, including electronic, plastic art that belongs to music "educated" and that "popular" and doesn’t seem to characterize a specific field. This brought me to think of Radio as ethical space of sound and special environment of trading cultures and languages of contemporary art. written by: Ilari Valbonesi
1 shows, 8 years ago
A conversation with Karmen Sotošek Štular, M.Sc., head of the Digital Library Department of the National and University Library in Ljubljana, Slovenia A conversation about the digitalization of material and how the National and University Library resolves copyright issues when it attempts to make its material available on the Web. The second part of the conversation took place a year after the first in order to get a deeper look into the development of the project. -------------------------------------------------- SLO: Pogovor z mag. Karmen Sotošek Štular, vodjo službe za digitalno knjižnico v Narodni in univerzitetni knjižnici. Pogovor o digitalizaciji gradiva in kako rešuje avtorskopravna vprašanja, ko poskuša svoje gradivo ponuditi na spletu. Drugi del pogovora je zaradi vpogleda v razvoj projekta nastal z enoletnim razmakom.
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We are friends from a camp in northeast Ohio. We talk about current movies. Occasionally we discuss television. Sometimes a joke is made.
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Videos from the Institute of Contemporary Arts
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1 shows, 8 years ago
Jadranka Ljubičič, an art historian and the artistic director of the Alkatraz Gallery. Jaša Vrabec, LL.M., holds a master’s degree in intellectual property law and works in the Office of the President of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Slovenia (the views of Jaša Vrabec expressed in this segment do not represent the official opinions of the institution that employs him). A conversation between a legal expert and an art curator about the authorship of a work created by copying another work. How do we handle the copy-and-paste technique? In today’s digitalized world, it takes only a fraction of a second and a click on the mouse to copy copyrighted works, so we need to be especially careful when dealing with the question of making use of other people’s copyrighted works or copying them. Here questions arise with regard both to moral rights (above all, the right to have one’s authorship acknowledged and the right to have the copyright respected) and to material rights (primarily, the right to reproduce and the right to use the work in a new way). How much freedom does the artist have in making art and how is he limited in this by the rights of other authors? In this context, does copyright function as something that encourages or as something that may even inhibit the development of art and access to knowledge? -------------------------------------------------- SLO: Jadranka Ljubičič, diplomirana umetnostna zgodovinarka in umetniška vodja galerije Alkatraz. mag. Jaša Vrabec LL.M – Master of Intellectual Property Law, zaposlen v Uradu predsednika Vrhovnega sodišča RS (stališča avtorja v tem prispevku niso uradna stališča institucije, v kateri je zaposlen). Razgovor med pravnikom in kustosinjo o avtorstvu dela, ki je nastalo s kopiranjem drugega dela. Kako ravnati s tehniko copy-paste? V digitaliziranem svetu je postalo kopiranje avtorskih del stvar delčka sekunde in enega klika, zato je treba posebno pozorno obravnavati problem prevzemanja tujih avtorskih del oziroma kopiranja. Pri tem se odpirajo vprašanja tako glede moralnih pravic (predvsem pravica priznanja avtorstva in pravica do spoštovanja avtorskega dela) kot glede materialnih pravic (predvsem pravica do reprodukcije in pravica do predelave). Kolikšna je svoboda umetnika pri ustvarjanju in kako je pri tem omejen s pravicami drugih avtorjev? Ali deluje avtorsko pravo v tem kontekstu kot spodbujevalec ali morda kot zaviralec razvoja umetnosti in dostopa do znanja?
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Die wichtigsten und spannendsten Neuerscheinungen auf dem Hörbuchmarkt, vorgestellt von der NDR Kultur Literaturredaktion.
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Town barber Lymen Freeman finds himself at the nexus of a surprising crisis when a mysterious patch of slime appears... and grows... in middle of the street in front of his Barber shop. Things go from curious to bizarre as the townspeople’s theories about the nature of the goo begin manifesting in bizarre—and then horrifying—ways. What is the ick? What is it for? What should they do about it? Lymen knows it’s up to him to find out before it’s too late.
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Speak the VIRUS is a podcast dedicated to spreading the GrrrlVIRUS by featuring spoken word and music created by grrrls.
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AOL Black Voices' Ken Gibbs, Jr speaks with prominent Black authors about their latest and greatest releases.
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Sorozatunkban a kortárs irodalom értékteremtő szerzőit, s rajtuk keresztül műveiket kívánjuk bemutatni a szélesebb közönség számára. Programunk célja, hogy megismertessük az embereket a hazai (lehetőség szerint határon túli) magyar szépirodalom kortárs gyöngyszemeivel, és minél szélesebb kört inspiráljunk a szépirodalmi művek olvasására, a magyar irodalom megismerésére. Műsorainkban a magyar irodalom képviselői – írók, költők, színházi szakemberek, szerkesztők, irodalmárok fordulnak meg – elismert alkotók, illetve sok esetben olyan fiatalok, akik még csak szárnyaikat bontogatják. A Civil Rádió kiemelt célja, hogy minél szélesebb kört csábítson vissza az olvasás élményéhez, a fiatalabb korosztályokat közelebb hozza az irodalomhoz felkeltve a szépirodalmi művek iránti érdeklődésüket, az olvasást „belecsempészve” mindennapjaikba. Műsorsorozatunkat és a kortárs irodalmi programot a Magyar Művészeti Akadémia támogatta.
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Willingham Live is a bi-weekly English department podcast in which a small group of faculty join with students in a roundtable discussion of a short or famous piece of literature, from the Anglo-Saxon “The Dream of the Rood” to Alan Moore’s Watchmen. The informal and intimate conversations spotlight the close student-faculty relationships and lively intellectual discussions which are hallmarks of the Mercer English major.
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a 12 lesson series by Rabbi Horowitz for beginners in Jewish insights, released once a month and recorded in The Jerusalem Academy of Jewish Studies by FabTV
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Interviews with authors of thought-provoking books, both fiction and non-fiction
2 shows, 9 years ago
Recordings of author talks from AyeWrite! The Bank of Scotland Book Festival. The first series features talks by Hanif Kureishi, a tribute to Achie Hind with Alasdair Gray, Iain M Banks and Ken McLeod, Tony Parsons, Judith Bowers on the Britania Panopticon and Quintin Jardine, Allan Guthrie and Stuart MacBride on crime fiction.
1 shows, 9 years ago
Recordings of author talks from AyeWrite! The Bank of Scotland Book Festival. The first series features talks by Hanif Kureishi, a tribute to Achie Hind with Alasdair Gray, Iain M Banks and Ken McLeod, Tony Parsons, Judith Bowers on the Britania Panopticon and Quintin Jardine, Allan Guthrie and Stuart MacBride on crime fiction.
28 shows, 4 years ago
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13 shows, 5 days ago
Portland, OR stand-up comics, filmmakers and other aspiring creative-types combined efforts to produce a monthly multimedia comedy showcase in historic Jasmine Tree tiki lounge. Though the bar is gone, the live sketches and comedy film shorts live on in this biweekly podcast.
6 shows, 7 months ago
Find out more about Marcus Sedgwick's new book with childrens radio station Fun Kids. Listen on DAB Digital Radio in London and across the UK online.
6 shows, 7 months ago
Hamish and the Worldstoppers is the hilarious children’s book from the bestselling author, Danny Wallace – out now!
42 shows, 3 years ago
Erster deutschsprachiger Roman als Podcast mit 5-minütiger wöchentlicher Fortsetzung.
23 shows, a year ago
A series of readings and interviews with poets, hosted by Stephen McLaughlin and brought to you by Jacket2.org.
5 shows, 7 months ago
Find out how you can be a detective just like Mariella Mystery! Mariella Mystery is a brand new series of books about a girl detective! Find out more about Mariella at FunKidsLive.com/Mystery
24 shows, 4 years ago
A track a day from the PennSound poetry archive, brought to you by PennSound Radio.
24 shows, 9 years ago
Readings of poetry by the scottish poet Robbie Burns including: Tam O shanter,The Twa Dogs,Epistle to John Rankine,The Inventory,The Ordination,To the noble Duke of Athole,To the Same ( John Lapraik),Tribute by Longfellow,Scotch Drink,Verses on the destruction of the woods near Drumlanrig,Address of Beelzebub,Halloween,Libertie - A Vision,A Dream,The Holy Fair,Tam O Shanter,The Auld Farmer's New-Year morning.
7 shows, 7 months ago
Check out our fun facts about William Shakespeare with author and Shakespeare expert, Marcia Williams! Shakespeare Week is a massive week celebrating all things Shakespare, in museums, libraries, galleries and schools across the UK!