Bishop Stephen Cottrell speaking at the 2017 Festival of Preaching.
00:01 Geld verdienen mit Wortinhalten: Podcast als Businessmodell. Mit Christian Bollert (Geschäftsführer detektor.fm), Nele Heise (Medienwissenschaftlerin), Matze Hielscher (Hausmeister, Mit Vergnügen), Nicolas Semak (Gründer, Viertausendhertz), Dr. Hajo Schumacher (Journalist und Autor)
58:40 Wenn der Erfolg auf der Straße liegt: So verbessern Daten Audio. Mit Annelie Beer (Consultant, MAS Partners markets) , Armin Braun (Programmleitung, medienzentrum Berlin / Top Radiovermarktung), Frank Nolte (CEO, waveads), Sven Rühlicke (Geschäftsleiter digital, Antenne Bayern), Dr. Lars Peters (Moderator und Media Consultant)
2:01:35 Wie kann Radio ein attraktiver Arbeitgeber für junge Talente bleiben? Mit Dr. Christina Schwind (Managing Consultant, Promerit AG), Michael Eger (Leiter Beratung Arbeitgeberattraktivität, Pomerit AG)
Moderation: Nadine Kreutzer
Dutchman Joris Luyendijk imagined he was moving in with European cousins when he arrived in London; six years later he was cheering on Brexit. He tells Tom Clark how he learned to loathe England. At least Britain can laugh at itself—Sameer Rahim has been talking to our greatest living satirist, Armando Iannucci. All nations are defined by the stories they tell about themselves, and Daniella Peled reviews the work of the new Palestinian Museum in putting twists in the tale of a people without a land.
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Das kleine Estland macht es vor: So geht Digitalisierung. Warum sich Deutschland so schwer damit tut und wie es die Transformation angehen sollte, darum soll es heute im Wortwechsel gehen.
"As the delegate spoke, Pinkney had to make sense of a message composed in one language while simultaneously constructing and articulating the same message in another tongue. The process required an extraordinary blend of sensory, motor and cognitive skills, all of which had to operate in unison."
The most powerful computers in the world cannot perform accurate real-time translation. Yet interpreters do it with ease. Geoff Watts meets the neuroscientists who are starting to explain this remarkable ability.
Written and read by Geoff Watts, and produced by Barry J Gibb.
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The French magazine Charlie Hebdo describes itself as a punch in the face. So get ready America, because Charlie Hebdo is coming to town, online and in English.
In this candid interview during his first visit to Google, Brian shares with us how he got started in comedy and his techniques for writing, practicing and delivering original comedic material on-stage.
Brian has starred in two one-hour specials on comedy central, recently recorded his first Netflix special, and has been a guest on The Late Show with David Letterman 28 times. Jerry Seinfeld, speaking of Brian, said "he’s one of my favorite, favorite stand-up comedians."
To learn more about Brian Regan and to see him live on tour, please visit his website http://brianregan.com/.
Moderated by Marc de Schweinitz
Last year we did an episode with our friend and editorial board member Anthonia Akitunde about her website mater mea, which is focused on Black motherhood. In that show, we focused a lot on how these women have addressed racism with their kids. Which then prompted a listener named Wanda to wonder how white parents talk to their kids about race—and she wrote in, asking us if we could put together an episode on what it sounds like when “white families get this right.” https://longestshortesttime.com/episode-116-how-to-not-accidentally-raise-a-racist/