The National Gallery Podcast: March 2012 – Turner Inspired: In the Light of Claude

Doors open on the spring exhibition at The National Gallery, entitled,  Turner Inspired: In the Light of Claude. Plus the private world of Renaissance birth

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KERA Think Podcast: Life, death, and hope in a Mumbai undercity

What’s it like in the slum settlements of Mumbai? Katherine Boo, staff writer for The New Yorker, spent three years reporting on the Annawadi settlement near the city’s airport.

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BBC FrontRow Podcast: comedian Sarah Millican; Wanderlust reviewed

Mark Lawson with the verdict on a new staging of John Adams’ opera The Death of Klinghoffer; comedian Sarah Millican discusses her new TV show; Jennifer Aniston in Wanderlust; and as Radio 4 invites nominations for New Elizabethans – people who have made an impact on the UK from 1952 to today- playwright Mark Ravenhill nominates his cultural choice.

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Rotoscopers: Episode 3: Rock-A-Doodle – Animation, It’s Music to My Ears!

 The Rotoscopers is a podcast for the animation addict. In episode 3, they discuss Chelsea’s personal favorite filmDon Bluth’s Rock-A-Doodle.

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This Week in Marvel Podcast #16 – Amazing Spider-Man, Ghost Rider, Toy Fair

This week in Marvel Podcast Episode 16 is here and covers, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, new issues of Amazing Spider-Man and Avenging Spider-Man, Toy Fair in NY, your questions and more!

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BBC FrontRow Podcast: Mad Men’s Jon Hamm / Don Draper

John Wilson interviews actor Jon Hamm who plays anti-hero Don Draper in Mad Men; the secrets of successful stage rain; the history of cotton retold in an exhibition at Manchester’s Whitworth Gallery and Sarah Beeny on her exhibition looking at 250 years of the everyday British home.

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Bullseye with Jesse Thorn: Michael Rapaport, Werner Herzog, AV Club

Actor Michael Rapaport profiles his favorite hip-hop group, A Tribe Called Quest, and ends up documenting their deep-rooted friendships and conflicts.

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Design Museum Podcast: The New Design Museum – Press Launch

The Design Museum unveils plans to create the world’s leading museum of design and architecture at the former Commonwealth Institute building in Kensington, London scheduled to open in late 2014.

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TED Podcast: Erik Johansson: Impossible photography – Erik Johannson (2011)

Erik Johansson creates realistic photos of impossible scenes — capturing ideas, not moments. In this witty how-to, the Photoshop wizard describes the principles he uses to make these fantastical scenarios come to life, while keeping them visually plausible.

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Random Tape Podcast: The Red Line

Andy Mills had a habbit of eavesdropping on other people’s conversation during his commute on Chicago’s Red Line. Sometimes he would record these overheard conversations. In this episode Andy plays one of his favorite surrpetitious recordings and tells the story of this particulalry juicy piece of Random Tape.

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Royal Academy Podcast: On Location: Hockney in Yorkshire

The Royal Academy podcast features a lecture by Marco Livingstone, exhibition curator. An event in conjunction with the exhibition ‘David Hockney RA: A Bigger Picture‘.

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The National Gallery Podcast: February 2012 – Monet

The National Gallery have uploaded their February podcast which features Monets inspiring final years, plus notes on Leonardo and how NOT to behave in church.

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Living in the Future Podcast 40 : Hobbit House

Simon Dale and Jasmine Saville have inspired worlwide media interest in their self-built homes. They are now commonly referred to as Hobbit Homes.

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This Week in Marvel Podcast #13 – Dark Wolverine, Secret Avengers, Deadpool: The Musical

This week in Marvel Podcast Episode 13 is here and it’s action-packed with Marvel goodness! Marvel.com’s Ryan “Agent M” Penagos & Ben Morse look forward to new releases  Daken: Dark Wolverine #20, Deadpool #49.1, Fantastic Four #602

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The Critical Path Podcast #23: Auteur Theory

Horace Dediu talks to Prof. William J Torgerson, a teacher at the Institute For Writing Studies at St. John’s University in New York about the writing process and how it survives and/or thrives as a commercial enterprise. They talk about writing for movies and compare the collaborative process of “content creation” vs. the “single voice” of an author. If you make software you really should pay attention to how art is made. And vice versa.

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