Ni'coel's professional life focuses on relationships and technology that power the future of culture, human systems, and innovation. Today I talk to her about intimacy and sexuality. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Steve is one of the most successful men in Hollywood I speak to him about what makes him tick and to stay human.Steve Krone is a polymath and a raconteur, Steve sits across two branches of American life and culture, the law and entertainment, a
Kieren Paul Brown is the author of Preeta’s Web of Chaos which follows a young girl named Preeta. She’s incredibly bright and gifted, but like so many of us, she doubts herself. However, throughout the course of the book she encounters a series
Roifield speaks of the creators of Revolution 1 a new podcast about the story of the Tunisian Revolution — the uprising that ignited the Arab Spring — to life through the voices of those who lived it. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o
Jennifer a soprano hails from Cincinnati, Ohio and has been described as “a sensitive artist who knows how to turn a phrase while giving urgent meaning to the text.” She has appeared in recital and oratorio in Austria, France, Germany, Italy, R
Only Americans Burn in Hell is the only novel for our certifiably insane times. Its American warts and all everyone takes a kicking in this brilliant book. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Nicole is a fascinating soul, her world encompasses the precision of law and the love and appreciation of her adopted nation. Her love of Haiti has led her to immerse herself completely in its culture, becoming a priestess and the bride of five
I speak to David Shields about is new film Marshawn Lynch: A History which explores the silence that nonconformist NFL star Marshawn Lynch deploys as a form of resistance. Culling more than 700 video clips and placing them in dramatic, rapid, a
Alisa Sophia talks to Roifield about how she became a prostitute, how she finds satisfaction in her work and her hope for finding her life partner. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Roifield asks Jez Collins of the Birmingham Music Archive, to if Birmingham is so big why isn’t it better?"Madam Medusa" by UB40 was a vivid description of Margaret Thatcher's rise to power depicted in a grotesque style, featuring some of the b
We ask Aziz Al Dory of the history of Westeros podcast why is the Game of Thrones so compelling?Lion Babe is an American alternative R&B duo from New York City, consisting of singer Jillian Hervey and producer Lucas Goodman. "Treat Me Like Fire
He was the half American Englishmen who became Americas first couturier. The only designer who's patterns are officially recognised as works of art, Charles James came to the US at a time when American designers were giving their ideas for free
Racial diversity is one of many facets that separates England from the other parts of the United Kingdom. While the UK’s White population totals over 55,010,359 or 87.1% according the 2011 census, just under 13% or over 7.5 million are non whit
Music:Pierre Johnson - Movin' on (Original Mix)Seth Lakeman - Lady Of The SeaFatou is the debut album from Malian musician Fatoumata Diawara, it was released in 2011 this is the simple and powerful Sowa. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op
Description: Today we talk with international man of mystery, Roifield Brown about one of his passions, comic book movies. Roifield walks us through the history of how comic books have been translated to the big screen. Roifield also discusses
In 1983, Malcolm McLaren released Duck Rock, an album in collaboration with producer Trevor Horn and The World's Famous Supreme Team a duo of hip hop radio disc jockeys from New York City who hosted a hip hop and classic R&B show on WHBI 105.9
Music"Need You Tonight" is the fourth song on INXS's 1987 album Kick as well as the first single from the album released worldwide. It is the only INXS single to reach No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100."Chasing Cars" is a song by Northern Irish-Sc
Forgive me for being a proud Dad but I’ve just had my kids over in the Bay Area for 4 days so you can forgive a little nepotism, this track “A Hell of a Night” was written by my eldest, Noah Tilson Brown. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o
Today we speak to Actress Becky Wright about her love of horror movies and how they have portrayed women through the ages.Music:There is nothing like loss or longing to get folk committing their feelings to song or poetry, Composer Alexandre De
Today we speak to Shannon Boodram the internet’s most sought-after, certified sex educator, dating expert and lifestyle personality about the changing attitudes to beauty, colourism and her work as a sex educator.Today’s show marks a change to
Australia's Emma Louise has been making the rounds in her native country since age 15, this is synth soaked “Freedom” which was chosen by listener Audreyanne CovarrubiasJimmy Cliff, is a Jamaican reggae musician, one of only two living musician
Blues, rock and lots of soft soul sum up the American rock band Alabama Shakes sounding as it if was recorded in shoe box “Guess Who” is a lollypop for the ears.Some 8 years after the first Hip Hip party in the Bronx in 1973, Debbie Harry score
Lovebirds and Stee Downes' intoxicating house-pop ditty "Want You In My Soul" hits you like a fully produced steamroller, its heavy bass and light vocals are a delight.1972 was a high point for Stevie wonder, the horns blaring, “Superstition” i
"Matador" Spanish for "Killer", or "bullfighter" was written by Flavio Cianciarulo, bass player of Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, from Argentina. It was first released in 1993The New Pornographers - "This is the World of the Theater""Cola" was produc
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