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  1. Death Diminishes Me

    Fifteen funerals within five years - that’s the situation Shane found himself in the early 1990s when his friends started dying from AIDS related illnesses. Superb radio feature by Gareth Watkins at Radio New Zealand, also broadcast on the BBC WOrld Service, SoundPrint, CBC, RTHK and RNW.

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  2. Phallus in Wonderland, Part Two

    Phallus in Wonderland, Part Two

    This week, And the Winner Is… features Part Two of the award-winning documentary Phallus in Wonderland. Producer Mary O’Connell takes us through a fictitious museum and on an historical journey through the world of male sexuality - from Ancient Greece to present day. It’s a world filled with power, pleasure and pain.

    From http://www.cbc.ca/documentaries/andthewinneris/

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  3. Phallus in Wonderland, Part One

    This week on the program we feature Part One of the award-winning IDEAS documentary, Phallus in Wonderland. Some of you may blush at the topic, and others may giggle, but the fact is, the phallus has played an important role in human myth and human history. From http://www.cbc.ca/documentaries/andthewinneris/

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  4. My Husband’s Snoring

    From http://audioboo.fm/boos?find%5Bpg_rated%5D=true&page=2

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  5. Binaural in the ‘burbs

    More specifically in a rhodenderon, which was in full bloom three weeks ago – now some of the higher pink flowers are withering. The rustling near the end is a thrush that was inside the tree. Best listened to as I have done while editing it – on headphones, with similar songs mixing in through the open conservatory door. Still, on sound is dominant, and I wish it wasn’t.

    From http://coffeeflavouredtea.podbean.com/

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  6. Blacksmith

    Visiting an old house reminds a blacksmith of an event in his youth.

    From http://coffeeflavouredtea.podbean.com/

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  7. Cuatro years ago 的 me

    In May 2005 I acted as translator at a wedding in Spain. I say acted because I can’t speak Spanish. Anyway it was lovely. All recorded on a Beyer M 58 going into (I reckon) a Panasonic MiniDisc recorder. In case you’re listening on headphones, there are some loud parts for about a minute, from about 2 minutes in.

    From http://coffeeflavouredtea.podbean.com/

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  8. Big Ben

    When in London…

    From http://coffeeflavouredtea.podbean.com/

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  9. DNTO – The Upside of Anger (05/30/09)

    This week the peeps at DNTO are mad as hell and asking the question: is there an upside to anger? You’ll find out why angry people are so darn funny. And if you’ve ever wanted to hurl a plate against a wall, you’ll want to meet the woman behind Sarah’s Smash Shack. Plus, Sook-Yin gets anger advice from none other than Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk.

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  10. Off Shore on Inis Mor

    In the fourth part of the Off Shore series we profile Celtic Priest and Monk, Dara Molloy, who moved to Inis Mor 23 years ago. Married with four children Dara speaks about meeting his wife when they both were living as hermits in two separate neighbouring sheds.

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