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Thu, 22 Aug 2019 5:06:00 EDT
What happens if you play a Viennese waltz or death metal to beer as it brews? Experimenting with musical ways of making better beer. [audio/mpeg - 12.84MB]

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 5:05:00 EDT
Does playing different sounds to fermenting yeast change the taste of beer and osmium, the densest chemical element. [audio/mpeg - 26.62MB]

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 18:27:05 EDT
Tag 2 der Gamescom 2019 und wieder haben wir uns etliche Spiele angeschaut, Präsentation erlebt, mit Entwickle*innen gesprochen und auch das ein oder andere Gameplay ausprobiert. Für die Tageszusammenfassung des zweiten Messetags hat sich Manu den wunderbaren Marvin von den Runaways geschnappt, um im Sonnenuntergang zu podcasten. Mehr Insert Moin? Alle Folgen von Mo-Fr stehen unseren Unterstützern auf Patreon und Steady im "Daily Breakfast"-Paket zur Verfügung. Für den Pauschalpreis von nur 5 Dollar im Monat erhaltet ihr jeden Tag eine neue Folge von uns automatisch per RSS-Feed frisch zum Frühstück geliefert. Darunter Reviews zu aktuellen Spielen, Einblicke hinter die Kulissen mit interessanten Menschen aus ... [audio/mpeg - 0.00MB]


Wed, 21 Aug 2019 8:12:00 EDT
Sahar Zand is in Kabul for the finals of Afghan Star, a TV talent show that is on the front line of the fight to keep music alive in Afghanistan, following the years of the Taliban regime, when music was banned. She hears from a singer who has been targeted by extremists, meets one of the Taliban’s senior figures to explore the reasons behind the cultural conflict, and follows the votes as the TV audience chooses between the two young finalists. Afghan Star is much like any other TV talent show – except that its context is a war zone. [audio/mpeg - 13.22MB]

Tue, 20 Aug 2019 23:07:00 EDT
Binge watching your way through the latest Netflix series doesn't have to be a guilty pleasure. For years, TV has been considered the candy floss to the meatier offerings at the cinema. New Yorker Magazine TV critic Emily Nussbaum is on a mission to change the way we think of TV. She celebrates what's good on TV and makes the case for considering some programmes like Jane The Virgin, The Sopranos and even Buffy The Vampire Slayer for their artistic and cultural value. Her new book is called I Like to Watch: Arguing My Way Through the TV Revolution [audio/mpeg - 21.27MB]

Tue, 20 Aug 2019 22:24:00 EDT
Liam McIlvanney was born in Scotland. He's now based in Dunedin where he is the inaugural holder of the Stuart Chair in Scottish Studies at Otago University. He is also an award-winning crime writer...and the son of an award-winning Scottish crime writer. Liam is here today for Bookmarks, to talk through some of the books, music, movies, TV and podcasts that have been important in his life. [audio/mpeg - 34.12MB]

Tue, 20 Aug 2019 22:10:00 EDT
Ali Ventura reviews the Harry Potter and The Cursed Child play showing now at Melbourne's Princess Theatre. [audio/mpeg - 13.53MB]

Tue, 20 Aug 2019 21:54:00 EDT
Each week at this time we bring you stories from New Zealanders who were forced to leave their homelands and have resettled here. Today we are speaking to Sawsan Rashid who's Kurdish and came here in 1995. She and her family now call Auckland home. [audio/mpeg - 5.78MB]

Tue, 20 Aug 2019 21:41:00 EDT
Hong Kong has been under Chinese rule since 1997, as part of the "one country - two systems" agreement worked out when Britain handed its former colony back to China.  [audio/mpeg - 12.51MB]

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