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Cheers to good music and bright ideas from around the world!

Questions

Can you make a playlist?
What are you listening to?

Ron's 2017 Faves


stateofnevada

Tune in tonight. Desert Oracle hosted by Ken Layne is a 10pm broadcast from the Mojave High Desert in Joshua Tree, California, 107.7FM. Also a podcast available on iTunes
http://www.desertoracle.com
http://z1077fm.com
https://twitter.com/Desert_Oracle
https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/desert-oracle-radio-hosted-by-ken-layne/id1251197422?mt=2
https://twitter.com/ronmader/status/893642681913491456

Description: Broadcasting from the Mojave Wilderness in Joshua Tree, Desert Oracle Radio is a weekly road trip through the weird American desert from the publisher of Desert Oracle, the acclaimed field guide to our western arid lands. Hear tales of lost mines, mysterious lights, missing tourists, venomous creatures, weird history and weirder people. Hosted by editor Ken Layne and featuring a cast of intriguing mystics, oddballs, scientists and artists, this is your soundtrack for the vast desert night.


New in 2016
mexico explained
starstuff (updated version of tk)
strike zone australia (updated version of strike zone)
word for word
observations (updated version of observations)
http://bobfishernv.com/observations/
https://twitter.com/bobfishernv

Australia
future tense
offtrack
latenightlive
http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/firstdogonthemoon

USA
Le Show

USA/Britain
British history podcast
@BritishPodcast

The BHP is a chronological retelling of the history of Britain with a particular focus upon the lives of the people. You won't find a dry recounting of dates and battles here, but instead you'll learn about who these people were and how their desires, fears, and flaws shaped the histories of England, Scotland, and Wales.


also
http://revisionisthistory.com
https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1119389968
https://twitter.com/Panoply/status/763728886744121344

No Such Thing as the News / No Such Thing as a Fish
http://www.nosuchthingasthenews.com/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsTHSJJ6okpxgSvOuiwvPcA/videos
https://twitter.com/Schreiberland
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b07cc8yk/no-such-thing-as-the-news-episode-1
https://soundcloud.com/nosuchthingasafish/episode-114-no-such-thing-as-a-tantrump
http://qi.com/podcast/

Hosted by Dan Schreiber (@schreiberland) with James Harkin (@eggshaped), Andrew Hunter Murray (@andrewhunterm), Anna Ptaszynski and an assortment of other elves.
Head to www.qi.com/podcast for bonus extras

http://www.wnyc.org/shows/radiolabmoreperfect - https://twitter.com/MorePerfect

http://homebrave.com

http://www.maximumfun.org/shows/greatest-generation


Do you know how to make a playlist?

Play all. Creating a #Papahānaumokuākea Playlist on AppleTV
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGcZwmpqrhGZ6ytn69IlUa_4Bu3swrQ4X


Classics
Wild Ambience
https://soundcloud.com/wildambience
https://twitter.com/wildambience

Wild Ambience is a collection of pure nature recordings capturing the beauty of wild soundscapes from around the world. From the rhododendron forests of the Nepal Himalaya, to the pulsing rhythms of tropical rainforest in Borneo, the recordings are focused on specific locations and eco-systems with the aim of preserving the unique soundscapes of these disappearing habitats.

Wildambience – Audiobiography-wild-ambience
In addition to my own recordings, I am also gathering a collection of other outstanding natural bird sounds captured by other recordists which represent some of the most unusual and beautiful sounds on the planet. These other recordings are made available under various Creative Commons licenses (see each individual track for further license details). Many of these are featured on the group soundcloud.com/groups/incredible-sounds-of-nature .

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Offtrack


Late Night Live

Science Show
Future Tense
White Man Behind a Desk
GreenandGold
http://boingboing.net/2016/12/12/pick-out-live-radio-streams-fr.html


Can you make a playlist? = ¿Puedes crear un playlist? #roofdog

British history podcast
@BritishPodcast



Radio New Zealand

has a number of treasures including two favorite programs for long listens: Media Watch ad Te Ahi Kaa.
Media Watch: http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/mediawatch
https://twitter.com/MediawatchNZ

Sponsored Content on Media Watch
http://podcast.radionz.co.nz/mwatch/mwatch-20150301-0906-mediawatch_for_1_march_2015-048.mp3 Minute 28:30

Te Ahi Kaa: http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/teahikaa
http://twitter.com/RNZ_TeAhiKaa
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Te-Ahi-Kaa/118788734823376


Radio National
ABC is home to Radio National or RN. Programs are available through livestreaming (aka appointment radio) and subscriptions through Itunes. Twitter: @RadioNational
Future Tense - wiki - @RNFutureTense
Star Stuff https://twitter.com/stuartgary
Late Night Live - wiki - @PhillipAdamsABC - @LNLonRN
Off Track - wiki - @jones_ann - @joelwerner
Wide Open Road
Download This Show - http://marcfennell.com - @marcfennell
Science Show
Big Ideas - Technology and Education

RSA
I'll Have What She's Having: Mapping social behaviour #RSAsocial
- Mark Earl's presentation is a great talk interspersed with film clips (unseen in this audio file!). Insightful and funny. I wish there a transcript (!) and video.
Plethora of Buzzwords: Maps, Geography, Behavior, Collaboration, Popularity Curve, Twitter, Wikipedia, When Harry Met Sally, Graph, Spike, Buzzwords, The Voice in Your Head, Think about thinking, Social
Memes: As people stop thinking independently, the wisdom of crowds is lost
Thinking is to the humans as swimming is to cats
We can outsource our thoughts to the brains of other people
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mountains_of_Kong
Twitter Trends

99% Invisible

http://99percentinvisible.org - https://twitter.com/romanmars
A tiny radio show about design, architecture & the 99% invisible activity that shapes our world.
Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we’ve just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible (99 Percent Invisible) is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars and KALW in San Francisco.
99% Invisible: Season 3
http://romanmars.com/radio/

TED Conferences

The Bugle
https://twitter.com/#!/hellobuglers
http://bugle.wikia.com/wiki/The_Bugle_Wiki
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bugle
https://www.facebook.com/buglepodcast
http://thebuglepodcast.com/?p=535

Radiolab believes your ears are a portal to another world. Where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience. Big questions are investigated, tinkered with, and encouraged to grow.
Live shows!
http://www.radiolab.org/live

BBC - Fighting Talk, What's so funny? - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00k3wvk
http://www.bbc.co.uk/seriously



iPadio

Shamelessly self-serving. Here are podcasts I've recorded!
http://www.ipadio.com/phlogs/RonMader



Radio National 2014 Schedule


More Faves

http://publicradiofan.com
http://richannel.org/christmas-lectures
https://archive.org/details/OrsonWelles-MercuryTheater-1938Recordings
Kreisky Forum - Jeremy Rifkin: The Empathic Situation
Big Ideas - What Makes Us Tick?
Big Ideas TV - George Megalogenis: The War on Whinging
Massey Lectures - CBC
http://espn.go.com/espnradio/podcast/archive?id=2386164
www.thersa.org - http://www.youtube.com/user/theRSAorg - http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_rsa
360 - The sound of the universe singing
http://www.thersa.org/events/audio-and-past-events - http://www.thersa.org/events/audio-and-past-events/the-vanishing-face-of-gaia2
The Politics of Climate Change
http://ideas.unimelb.edu.au/downloads
http://www.thisamericanlife.org
http://www.nipr.fm
Oxford SciBar podcasts.
NPR.org
http://www.onthemedia.org
Discovery
Beryl and Betty with David Reeves
http://tmi.wfmu.org/mistakes-were-made
http://www.arteradio.com
http://www.radiosagarmatha.org
Lawrence Lessig Lectures
http://www.thirdcoastfestival.org
https://www.facebook.com/fallingtreeproductions - @FallingTreeProd
http://podacademy.org - @podacademy
Slow TV

http://www.npr.org/programs/fresh-air

Your Own Voice

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/your-own-voice/id896191045?mt=2
A monthly non-narrated storytelling mixtape. The series is an experiment in sound design; audio stretched apart, and glued back together again. Part mix tape. Part noise art. Part sound experiment. All non-narrated audio storytelling. YOUR STORIES, TOLD IN YOUR OWN VOICE
@joelwerner

Truly inventive, Your Own Voice is playful and insightful. No narration, so the subject is the only one heard.

Social Web Tips for Radio Broadcasters - Some pros continue to air programs the old school way -- on the airwaves. Here are a few things you can do to deepen the experience and widen the audience for your show.
1) If the program is streaming online, let people know the link where they need to access the program
2) If the program is available via podcast, let people how to subscribe and download
3) If the program features special guests on a regular basis, create business pages on Facebook and Google+ where you can post announcements and cultivate listener feedback
4) Let listeners know on Twitter topics for upcoming programs and links to what's on the air this week
5) Edit wikis

Translating: Playlist

Spanish: La lista de reproducción

wiki

offtrack
radiolab
rsa

Ron's Work

ipadio
youtube

New in 2012

HplusDigitalSeries
Facebook

Rugby Podcasts

http://www.greenandgoldrugby.com/ggr-podcast


Innovative Radio

Listening for pleasure - The radio work of Tony Barrell

A tribute to the work of outstanding features maker and ABC broadcaster Tony Barrell who died earlier this year.

Misc
Soulless charm of Spotify's stress-free playlist. What happened to radio DJs?

One Room Schoolhouse

the power of tinkering - By Design introduces you to John Seely Brown, the co-author [with Douglas Thomas], of A New Culture of Learning: Cultivating the Imagination for a World of Constant Change. In this new book John Seely Brown is particularly interested in the idea of TINKERING. He suggests one of the best 'tinkering' models is the architectural studio - the place where students work together trying to solve each other's problems, and a mentor or master can also take part in open criticism. Find out why this is a model for us all.

Observations and Nevada Matters
- Witty and thoughtful are two programs that cover urban and rural Nevada. Insights to Las Vegas. Since 1994 Observations has provided an invaluable platform through which many of Nevada's most important issues have been discussed with guests ranging from state and local officials to celebrities and community leaders. Observations is the most listened to public affairs program in Nevada.

Newer is the program called Nevada Matters: subscribe on iTunes
http://krng.streamon.fm

Embedded Tweets



2011

http://radiocollective.org

No longer online .... Earth Sky 22
Austin
‘A Chihuahua is still a dog, and Pluto is still a planet' or 'Pluto has a Long Tail' (i wonder how far in the universe these recordings have traveled?)
EarthSky’s science podcast series – now in 90-second, 60-second, 8-minute, 22-minute audio formats, and in video – in English and Spanish - with about 20 new EarthSky audio and video podcasts released every Monday.
http://earthsky.org/downloads


Essay

Among the imaginary apps I'd love is some way to rate podcasts. I can download them, listen but sharing or providing a rating?

Freakonomics
https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/freakonomics-radio/id354668519

Africa

http://greatguidesorg.blogspot.com/2010/04/audio-library.html
Bush Radio - Twitter

http://www.capetown.at/audio/history.htm

Books

Decoding Alice in Wonderland - On the 150th anniversary of Charles Dodgson taking deacon's orders at Oxford University, the mathematician and children's author (whose pen name was Lewis Carroll) is revealed to be more than a keen observer of church politics of his day as others have observed. He was also an inveterate seeker in esoteric spirituality, including Theosophy and Rosicrucianism. Canadian author and poet, David Day, tells all. Read ===Brain=== [[http://www.abc.net.au/rn/allinthemind/stories/2010/3054333.htm|Why everyone (else) is a hypocrite: your modular mind - Evolutionary psychologist Robert Kurzban argues the modular mind is much like a smart phone.====

The Psychology of Pricing - late night live

Slow music

Raudio Special :: 9 Beet Stretch

Canada

Player One - CBC

Collaboration

Where Do Good Ideas Come From? - Author Steven Johnson shows how we generate the great ideas that advance our lives, culture and society.

Podtours

http://www.abc.net.au/alicesprings/territorytrails
http://www.onlymelbourne.com.au/melbourne_details.php?id=10858
Melbourne Podtours | ABC

Indigenous Peoples

first australians - Produced by Australia's leading Aboriginal filmmakers, this astonishing series chronicles the birth of a country and the collision of two worlds. It's an epic story that comes alive through the struggles of individuals, both black and white. Beautifully filmed, the series blends landscape, art, interviews and first-hand accounts with a vast archival collection to present the birth of contemporary Australia as never seen before, from the perspective of its first people - the first Australians.

Listen to John Bradley on ABC Radio National's Late Night Live discussing Singing Saltwater Country with Philip Adams

german

Deutschland Radio
Audio on Demand - Deutsche Welle
http://www.abc.net.au/rn/bigideas
What is Living and What is Dead in Social Democracy?
For the last 30 years, in much of the English-speaking world (though less so in continental Europe and elsewhere), when asking ourselves whether we support a proposal or initiative, we have not asked if it's good or bad; instead we ask: is it efficient? Is it productive? Would it benefit gross domestic product? Will it contribute to growth? This propensity to avoid moral considerations, to restrict ourselves to issues of profit and loss - economic questions in the narrowest sense - is not an instinctive human condition. It is an acquired taste.

Video and Transcript of the 2009 Remarque lecture

Social Web

Weekends without Wi-Fi

Check out the Campaign for Free, Responsible Wi-Fi!
Social networks and the unknown. Dave Graney

ethics

Ethical consumers: Do they exist ?

indigenous

Rock of the ages

rsa

flourish - Martin Seligman, one of the world’s foremost academic psychologists – and founder of the Positive Psychology movement – visits the RSA to offer a new theory of well-being, and to call for a reinvention of governance, a rethinking of education and a revolution in our personal lives. Presenting evidence-based scientific research that shows us how to thrive, flourish and be happy, Seligman explores a number of practical examples of the power of Positive Psychology in action – such as forward-thinking schools that add resilience training to their curricula and public policy that is informed not by growth of GDP, but by the wellbeing of its citizens.

science

Canada's Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
blackboards never sounded so hip!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/discovery

spirituality

Violins, Laughter and Heaven's Bread

nature

http://www.loe.org



survival

Tell me a Shipwreck

trends

The empathetic civilization - Jeremy Rifkin


Recommended listening: Spectrum
http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/spectrum/20081123

Koro Carman runs Footprints Waipoua - http://www.footprintswaipoua.com/ - which includes a spine-tingling night-time visit to the giant kauri Tane Mahuta in the Waipoua Forest. Koro says he started his company to create jobs for locals. He now employs over half a dozen and has expansion plans. As the stars shine through the spreading branches above, tourists are treated to karakia and waiata from the powerful voices of Koro and his guides. Along the way, they learn a little about what the forest flora and fauna mean to Maori.

Psychogeography: discovering the mental terrain of the city

Closing the Climb
http://www.abc.net.au/rural/telegraph/content/2009/s2654806.htm
http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/rn/podcast/2009/08/bth_20090813_1137.mp3

To climb or not to climb? That's the moral dilemma that confronts tourists when they get to Australia's biggest cultural icon - Uluru. The large monolith stands in the middle of central Australia, and every year thousands of tourists make the pilgrimmage to see this spectacle in the desert.

About a third of the tourists who come to the National Park decide to climb Uluru. But now moves are afoot to close the climb and not everyone is happy, including the Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, who says it should remain open for people to make their own choice.

But why do people want to climb the rock? And why do Traditional Owners consider it offensive? These are all questions that Nicole Lee put to tourists and Park Management when she went to Uluru earlier this week.

In this report: Andrew Simpson, CEO of Anangu Tours, the only Aboriginal Run tour company to conduct tours around Uluru; tourists; Peter Cochrane, Director of National Parks and is on the board of management of the Uluru- Kata Tjuta National Park; Dino Magris, general manager of experiencial tourism development at APT

rss

RSA Events

    Radio Beyond Radio

    Twitter: Producers

    http://twitter.com/RadioNational
    http://twitter.com/RNFutureTense

    YouTube Playlsts

    https://www.youtube.com/user/iucn/playlists
    https://www.youtube.com/user/ronmader/playlists

    Songs

    YouTube Song of the week

    Poi Dog Pondering - from this moment on everything will change

    Good Listening

    Weekend Planet - Always relevant, never random. Good players don't put music into little boxes. Neither does Weekend Planet. (Australia)
    The Weekend Planet - RSS text feed


      Music Deli
      University of Sydney Podcasts
      Sydney Ideas - Australians versus the USA/Charles Firth

      Making Documentaries for RadioPrepared by veteran producer Jack Perkins, this series of tutorials is for anyone interested in making audio documentaries. They include guidance in the technical, practical and philosophical approaches to working with audio, including field recording, scripting, interviewing techniques and the marriage of sound and word.

      Good Viewing

      http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/clarkedawe.htm


      Idea Festival (Kentucky) - Founded in 2000, the IdeaFestival attracts highly diverse thinkers to explore and celebrate innovation, imagination and cutting-edge ideas. The IdeaFestival is a unique non-linear program designed to stretch people's horizon's and promote breakthrough thinking... utilizing multiple venues to showcase, discuss and "connect" important ideas in science, the arts, design, business, film, technology, education, etc. The Festival is designed to appeal to a broad cross-section of people - with presenters selected for their ideas, achievements, and their ability to communicate to a wide-ranging audience. An important value of the IF is its accessibility. Strong support from sponsors allows the event to be priced at a level (with many events free) that provides for participation by a large diverse audience including students and young people.

      Great Bands


      Poi Dog Pondering


      QI

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QI
      http://www.qi.com
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/comedy/qi/


      MORE VIDEOS


      Big Picture - Nature as Teacher


      Nature deficit disorder!

      TED Conferences

      TED Blog

      Mystery Box - JJ Abrams




      More Audio

      Making Documentaries for Radio
      This American Life (WBYC)
      @ThisAmerLife
      http://shortcut.thisamericanlife.org
      Travelgeography podcast

      BUSH TELEGRAPH HIGHLIGHTS

      Bush Telegraph: Fatal Illnesses and Reptile Parks - What are you going to so that you can arrive on your deathbed 50 years from now with a big grin on your face that says 'lord sakes that was a ripper. that was a good life well lived.' For me that means engaging meaningfully with what I think I am here on the planet to do. - Petrea King

      Coping with Drought, Giant Squid

      http://www.elementradio.com/

      http://www.dfi09.com - Mark Law, a Design for Industry student at http://www.northumbria.ac.uk created Element Radio as a new technology that would attract a younger audience to the radio media. The 23-year-old’s design features a WiFi radio docking station with a portable touch-screen component that allows listeners to instantly interact with the shows they listen to. Mark, from Wirral in Mersyside, said: “I noticed that I hardly listened to the radio anymore and asked myself why. Radio treats listeners as a passive audience but I wanted to design a radio that would view the audience as participating forces in the media itself. “Element Radio enables the user to influence what they are listening to. They can interact with show producers, voting for what song they want to hear next or discussing a celebrity interview and suggesting questions for presenters to ask. The screen would also display programme information, weather reports and sports results. Mark worked with the BBC’s interaction department on ways that my design could enhance the information and interactivity of the radio, without detracting from the audio experience. The project was designed as part of Mark’s BA (Hons) Design for Industry degree course, run by the School of Design. The four-year full-time course is targeted at students aiming to become professional designers of mass-produced products, moving on to influential positions in the organisations that will shape the future. It has a very strong vocational bias fostered by its close links with industry.
      http://www.northumbria.ac.uk/sd/academic/scd/success/1257141

      Definition

      History of the Playlist - Dave Graney

      Questions

      How do I download QuickVoice audio files from my iPod to my computer?

      Buzzword Bingo

      audio - non-narrated - playlist - podcast - radio - tunein