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"radio topi" Discussed on Radio Diaries
"Before we go. Some exciting news from radio topi. A- passenger list is back for season two with another incredible cast including marie. Tran ben. daniels. Colin morgan rob benedict and patti lupone and season to the wreckage of flight. Seventy-two has been found in the north atlantic confirming. The plane has crashed when caitlyn a student has given up on everything in her quest to discover the truth about what happened to the plane gets a call from one of the passengers. Her twin brother connor she herself disappears story. I have my own. what is it well. New new panel on.
"radio topi" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Yeah, and it wasn't as easy as I thought. You know, when we started, we would we would. We would do interviews, which we we got in the media lab. We had your microphones set up. We would bring people in. We didn't even know what questions we were going to ask. We didn't plan before. We would just invite people in and start talking, eh? So we didn't know you were supposed to have questions beforehand. We didn't really know how much editing and writing was involved. So at first it was, you know, it was pretty rough. We just We just would come up with an idea. Start doing interviews and then start editing things down. Once we won the Pod Quest contest with radio Topi Impure X. We got an editor that started helping us and then we learned how many people Actually are part of making this work. So had editor We had other guys inside. That would help us collect audio. Um, now we have producers that help us. So it's really it's a grown. I've made one show run podcast. One of things that happened to me is I got obsessed with microphones because You know, Suddenly you realize like of sound recording is not a sound recording is not a sound recording, right? I mean, you you get in there and you record a room with one mike. It sounds totally different than a room with another Michael. Directional microphones did did that happen to you all Were you just sort of more focused on This guy's the tech dude. Yeah. You hear it? You remember next time gets closer, the Michael on taxi. See, I'm I'm away from it right now. But, I mean, I remember when I used to be like, man, Just get some room tone, you know, And you think that is just some tone of a room and you're not tripping. But you know, you're not thinking that it's the boom that you were in while you were recording. Just think any So it was a lot of stuff we had to really focus on. And just trying to make sure everybody sounded right. You know, in our whole mission was like we don't want this to just sound like it was made in prison. Even though it was made in prison. You know, we wanted to sound like every other podcast is as up there. Yeah, That was our goal. We never wanted anyone to say. Oh, you're hustle's good for person Podcast. We just wanted people to say, you know, this is this is good. Product or a good, you know, story, so we pay attention to the mic levels. Guess what was what was the original pitch? Like? What did you say about it? And With, uh, I wish I knew that by hard Well, part of it was we were going to bring the everyday stories of life inside. Told from the perspective of those who lived it that was our elevator are like, you know, 30 word elevator pitch. But the idea that the idea has not changed all that much. It really is to tell the everyday stories, the small things that are overlooked. The things that had happened that add up to something larger. So you know, we never really tell crime stories way, of course, talk about the prison system, but it really is about Until early got out. It really was about what happened to you. Once you realize your life was going to be in prison. And how are you going to make it? How are you going to survive this and what things are going to be interesting and confusing and frightening. You know, we tried to get away from all the stereotypical kinds of stories and like, for example, in the in the podcast sound wise, you would never hear. Door. Look, you know if there were images like you're never gonna see barbed wire, you know, he was out of focus image of barbed wire that then comes into focus. Koreans horniest local business. Yeah, you would never see officially organ comparison to that God, you know when you write about technology, and you see technology, which you know, part of what a chunk of my life has been. It's always like, you know, they say There's something and then they show some like lights, red lights blinking your you know. What are those lights? Barely even finding those lights. Now, my Mac doesn't have a single red light on it, you know? Like international cliche for computers yet I want to talk with me about the reception, uh, to the show. Um first, let's talk about what happened inside when the show started to come out, And I mean by group, Forgive me. I didn't go back and look the stuff I remember just getting popular right away. Um, almost maybe maybe not the first episode, but, like, pretty much right away. Lots of listeners. Um, lots of people really interested in the show. Um Did people inside San Quentin know that this was getting big like this? Did it? What happened? I was, I would say, I would say. Thanks to the help definitely, Uh, p r X and all the podcast That's in the radio Topia Network because they all did a episode that was dedicated or predicated on time. And, um, so that was like, basically introducing us to the podcast world and, um Think from there once we are intentions was to Eric inside, of course, first, but you have to go through a lot of different complications to do that. So people on the outside heard it first. So we had guys family members. Man, is that your hustle in there which I'll and, you know, having that conversation, so we start. You know, we start getting people coming up and pitching stories to us because they kid sort of family members. We're hearing um the episodes? Yeah, It definitely got more popular outside first, which was a surprise, But I love that when I would walk into the prison and go down to the media lab and guys would stop me and say, you know, my daughter listens to your hustle. Last time I talked to on the phone, she said, you've got to hear this. It's really great. And you know, it's helping me understand more about your life and I get all my friends to listen to it. And that was so. That was almost makes me teary. It was really touching because one of the things we wanted your husband to do was to connect people and that was just really tangible proof that it was certainly to hear people who are in prison talk about their families really carry about it. You know, maybe made us feel really good on Ben as it got more popular on the outside. It definitely started getting more attention inside, and I think it took about a sirloin said originally our goal is to play it just inside the prison and then my dream was to play it in all the prisons inside the California Department of Corrections. That took A little bit longer. At least a year. We would to get played in all the prisons yet, but, um, I think To get inside of sank when we were making sure that they were able to hear car episodes on the closed circuit TV station because we we worked there..
"radio topi" Discussed on The Heart
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"radio topi" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
"Is that that it was contested and it was controversial and it was there were fights within it. It. You know there were there were fights over conditions in housing and food and wages. It was suspended in the forties due to discrimination and maltreatment of Mexican workers. There were even a few lynchings along the border that led to this the suspension of this program. So it's a reminder that the these fights do happen throughout and we should acknowledge that that's part of the story here. Yeah I mean for one, this is part of a broader civil rights movement that's happening across the United States often gets left out, but to like part of this is a set of arguments about labor and Wehrley were comes from and these are the kinds of fights that Americans had throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth century, but that they would continue to have well after this program. Program was discontinued in the nineteen nineties. The arguments over something lake, the North American Free Trade. Agreement were fierce and they crossed party lines like they were. They were kind of politics that we're not used to these days where the partisan and ideological lines get scrambled because the economic fights sort of trump everything. So this is a good a good reminder that there's a lot of. There's a lot of focus on immigrant labor in the United, states that leads to. Political alliances. All right. We're going to leave it there, but let's do a few also on this day because there's some good ones out there. So also on this day in August fourth in seventeen, fifty, three, George Washington became a Master Mason. Any thoughts on what I'm other than it launches a million conspiracy theories about the pyramid on the back of the one dollar bill. Any anything else we need to know about George Washington and Mason? Well, it also launches the national treasure movie franchise. Probably its biggest legacy. Yes. In nineteen, sixty, four, we mentioned this eyelash. So mention it again, but the bodies of Michael Showrunner, Andrew Goodman and James Chaney were discovered near Philadelphia Mississippi that was in sixty four. The Department of Energy was established in seventy seven on this day, and then this is when we have to mention a callback to one of our very first episodes in nineteen. Nineteen ninety four on this day. August fourth. Howard. Stern. Dropped out of the New York gubernatorial race. So for Howard Stern and that's actually a nice little reminder of how long we've been doing this show. We've been doing the show basically for the length of Howard stern's gubernatorial candidacy who would have ever thought at the beginning that we would outlast? Howard. Stern's gubernatorial campaign most people. because. It was pretty short and I. Certainly. We would we would have been bigger failure than Harrison had our podcast. Not lasted that long. Nicole Hammer of Colombia. Thank you as always things judy this day in political history is a proud member of Radio Topi from Pierre X.. A researcher and producer is Jacob Feldman follow us on social media at this day pod on. INSTAGRAM and twitter, get in touch with us by emailing us this pot at shemale dot com, keep leaving those ratings and reviews. It really does help others discover the show. My name is jody, Avirgan. Thanks again for listening and we'll leave you with this woody. Guthrie never recorded his home that he had written about the plane at Los Gatos. Many others have recorded including his son. Arlo. Deserve filed and then.
"radio topi" Discussed on Inside Podcasting
"We didn't win and I looked up at my husband. Rick and I was like shook my head like we didn't get it and I was so like. Oh man how am I going to tell the guys and then she said I'm calling to tell you that you guys one and then I just like yell started crying and it's been a good run. I was like when she came and delivered the news to us. I think she tried her best to come in. And you know but she floated in so it didn't work. Yeah I mean I have not stopped smiling since we won definitely. I'm going to jump ahead here now. This show has been a massive head. It was instantly ahead with a million and a half downloads. Maybe that first month or something like crazy. Yeah incredible then. A very big thing happened toward the end Well it was about a year and a half ago so was I don't re- at the end of season three. I sort of forget the chronology of that this indices in three and so your sentence was commuted by Jerry Brown and you were released from prison. Incredible story what did walking out of the prison feel like for you on that day. The only the only description I always give it is like the little kids doing a little dance. What is the name the Dan so the cabbage patch running man? Whatever excites you would. Walking out of prison was like yeah. I loved a story that I heard you say about how you would take pictures of yourself eating ice cream on the and send them to. Nigel and I just thought that is the perfect example of someone who was really present in their life as it is now and I just. I love that idea so while it was obviously amazing and euphoric. Did either of you have any concerns about like okay like okay? This is a totally new format. We're going to be working with like. How do you sort of like figure that out like this is now going to be different on You got it instantly hired. I believe by Radio Topi as a full time producer and seems like there was never any question that that you would continue working with the team but but was there any. Maybe anxiety isn't the right word but unease about like okay. How do we? This is a whole new show in a way that we're going to be figuring out. A new rhythm is always hard for me to talk about because of course I wanted to get out but I had a ton of anxiety about it. I mean I didn't know I mean I knew he was going to keep working with us. But you know he'd been in prison for twenty twenty two years twenty one twenty twenty one twenty one so it's like when he gets out this might not be what he wants to like. He's got a lot of life to catch up on. I also thought A. How is this going to work? Inside without him I was really mourning the working relationship we had inside the prison. It was going to change a lot. I knew it was going to change a lot when he was gone. Like he was my rock inside and I looked forward every to getting there to work with him so I knew that was going to change. I also had a creative concern..
"radio topi" Discussed on The Truth
"As I mentioned earlier. This episode is part of a network wide. Welcome for a brand new radio. Tokyo Show in partnership with overdrive magazine over the road explores the daily life and changing culture of trucking in America. I want you to think about the last time. You took a long drive. You pull onto the freeway and merge into the center lane take a sip of coffee and set the cruise control then around the bend. She the back of a tractor trailer as you come alongside the cab. You can just make out one arm slung over the steering wheel as you look up for just a second. You wonder or sat truck going. What's inside it? And who's that person behind the wheel? Well there's a slight chance that person was me. I've driven a truck for almost forty years. Now there was some help from the good folks at Radio Topi and overdrive magazine. I'm GONNA take long for a ride. I'm long haul. And this is over the road to find out more and subscribe had to over the road dot. Fm.
"radio topi" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast
"Going to be good. Oh so is the gang goes and gets their movie watching snacks together. I just wanted to take a quick moment and talk to you about the radio. Topi a fundraiser. If you're a regular listener to the podcast you've probably heard US talk in recent weeks. About how important review Topi is for us so we thought it'd be cool to hear from someone else. Maybe like Helen. About what Radio Tovia means. Sir Why did you join Radio Tovia. Wow well well. It was in order to get to make a show but otherwise it wouldn't have been able to make the looseness was started for radio topiary and at the time it came along a radio radio show. That was kind of my regular Gig in Britain had just been canceled. Any yea all three of my regular gigs had been cancelled. And it wasn't sure what to do with myself myself while and you didn't get to do a show like you didn't just find another Gig you got to do this like show. That police started as a passion project. It was very empowering hiring to be given permission to make a product of my own them to saying okay. We have faith that you can do this. His the financial ability to do it off. You go and and do it. What does it mean for a listener to support a thing like radio? Tovia support a lot of podcasts. And so it makes me happy to feel like I'm part of this thing thing that otherwise wouldn't exist without my little bit of contribution when you spend money you'll making certain choices even if they don't feel like choices we says. And so if your Radio Donna you kind of voting with your money for independent media. That's very honest and very earnest. Well said it's quite a lot of words solid in there. I'm not proud so if you've been meaning to donate to Radio Topi but you just haven't gotten around to it do it now. Just take a moment and go radio toby dot FM any and every amount really helps it helps ensure that shows like the illusionist and mortified certified continued to thrive. We greatly appreciate it. That's radio TOPI DOT. FM We are back. We've watched the movie. How do you you feel emotionally stressed? Yeah looks now. Did you feel a little bummed that there was an actual diary diary of sorts so there is like a diary APP. That was an audio diary APP. Any other surprises or disappointments. I thought it was going to be more like a kind of like. She was bullied at school Situational of college not by a shadowy judge he was connected to the Russian Mafia. The Russian mafia was by far are the most common expected amongst other things that you would never never did. They never from a movie called dear diary. Rei died. Do you think that the woman who was part of the Russian Mafia. I thought she was. Okay I didn't think I'd performance was notably bad within the ensemble. The thought they all did a fine bit with acting. It's just sort of hokey silly plot. Let's get into the results of the questions quickly. kind of go through them. First one was. What minute is the title I said without ever going over he was never said right? So you've you got that right having meal and Martin got that right. We all voted. Yes on there will be sexing and turns out the answer is yes yeah was. It was the hottest team in two seconds. Wasn't wasn't Hans Team. You even said does this count as okay but was is that where. Where did the same type sexy did not take place in an alleyway said Vir- for Helen Place a lawyer's office next question where there any male characters crying in the film and the answer was heck? Yes quiet was one time he did some so. You predicted more main character's father so that there is a there's a big question which was was a child going to die in this movie. Now we knew that there was death involved because then title is dear diary Comma ide died and it seemed like it was going to be moving teenagers but the answer of does a child in this movie is no no. Oh that was the crazy but there were kids but we didn't count them because they were at least twenty. One were adults that died. There was a body count of four people three three people so we all got that wrong next question. What does the time span of the stories? They glaze over a weeks months years. The most exciting. Yes so for the whole movie be. It was weeks till the literally the last thirty to forty five seconds of the film and then suddenly jumped two months later. Martin said it's GonNa be something at the end of the movie where there was going to be a big time job and Martin was correct. That was the most exciting thing in the entire and entire all right. So who's the big winner. We've tabulated the scores and there is a clear winner and I will say this we. Can you go from worst to best well. That's an interesting thing because worst is a tie. How many people everybody? Except except the winner the low scores four and it is shared by the following people. Helen Fair enough me Neil Fuck and the final low score is either Hallier Martin. The winning score was seven. And it belongs to Mr Martin Dr Martin and Congratulations Martin. You know what this means now. Officially the King of Radio Tope a very proud moment to me. You have won a copy. The of dear diary I died. Mike Really Fun Christmas period. Plenty for myself. And you're going to go is your favorite dear diary I died character for Halloween Fluctuation Lady folks devotional. Id Number foxy Russian ladies or anything we want to say to the makers of this Phil Bill. Thank you thank you thank you. This concludes our bonus up. So if you played the game along with us we'd love to hear how. Oh you did. Let us know on social media and if you weren't in a spot to play along why not play a version of it with your family and friends over the holidays also a really big thank hugh to Helen and Martin for participating but really they had no choice. They've been staying at my house for the last week. Also we had a lot of fun with dear diary. I died but I do Wanna I wanna take a moment and just acknowledged the makers cast and crew the film pulling off the making of an independent feature film of any length of any kind let alone selling it to a distributor abuser is really no small chievements so congrats to them. The same of course could be said for independent. podcast thing so please take a moment. Good Arabia Toby Dot. FM and donate whenever you can any amount is greatly appreciated. That's Radio Tapia DOT FM. Of course we'll be back in the new year with all new episodes heads of mortified until then happy holidays..
"radio topi" Discussed on Everything is Alive
"This is is everything is alive. Thanks to Jennifer Mills Donna Lopiano tra- Suzanne mcfaul and Emily Spivak the magic eight ball whose name we shall never know was played by bill. Kurtis music in this episode from Blue Dot sessions. Everything is alive is a proud out. Member of Radio Topi from Pierre X. Jewish Shapiro executive producer and about that Radio Tokia is fundraising right. Now the one and only time of year we ask you to support the shows you love financially but more than that. I think of it as a chance. It's to tell the world what you want. Do you want to someday soon put on your headphones. And here's something that is unlike anything you've ever heard before. Radio Topa is looking for that feeling. They have been looking for that feeling since the beginning and they've been finding finding it and with your help they will continue to look for it and to find it in the future. It is certain you can rely on it is decidedly so go to radio TOPI A- dot. FM Right now to be a part of it radio TOPI DOT FM. Your help means a lot to all of us thank you.
"radio topi" Discussed on This Is Love
"Hi, everyone were in the final few days of the annual radio Topi fundraiser, if you shown your support for this as love and radio Tokyo over the past few weeks. Thank you. If you haven't yet. There is still time our goal for this fund raiser is to reach twenty five thousand donors, and we're almost there if you're able please go to radio Topi dot FM and pitch in every person makes a difference because radio Topi is a collective we work together to support each other creatively and together we build things. No one else is doing like a show from inside San Quentin. Your hustle. Roman Mars and radio Topi took a chance on this new show. And we're so proud to be a part of this network. Go to radio, Topi dot FM. Check out all the thank you gifts. Make a donation and thanks very much. Well. Just passed through gothic. Nothing was there. And now, I'm headed up. I don't know what this road is barely road. I don't. He said just look for the weather equipment on the left. I don't see much of anything. I found it there is I'll man he's waiting for me. I am Phoebe. Hi belly. How are you? This is Billy bar. I met him at his home near the abandoned mining town of gothic, Colorado, the trip to get there hadn't been short a flight from North Carolina to Denver then a flight from Denver to gunnison Colorado, Aye, tiny plane a half hour drive to crested Butte, Colorado, and then a long drive a dirt road to meet him. This is all by design. Billy bar wants to be alone. He's wanted it that way since nineteen seventy two. Loosens were when I first got out here. I had a tent alright in here. I would sit out here and cook food and read and stuff like that. And then I moved over to did you pick this spot for your tenth is out of the way. You couldn't see it. You know, it was a nice spot. Then I moved into an old shack. And they'll show you where that was did you when you put your tent appear think that you would be here forty years later now I just wanted to be here. And so it I the way the be here was to move into a tent. He's in the middle of the rocky mountains, there are streams all over and thousands and thousands of Aspen trees his land is at an elevation of almost ten thousand feet. I was following behind him and was out of breath. We walked up to a small, uneven ridge. It was muddy and rocky the ground was wet. Here. Okay. This is ridiculous. I just figured okay. I'll show you. I'm happy. I'm glad we're the right shoes. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean if it was. Snowing. Full. After his first few months on this land. He liked it enough that he decided to stick around. So he moved into an old mining Shaq. Just a few hundred yards away. It's not there anymore. It burned down a few years ago. These showed me where it used to stand this on this show, you this is where I live the first eight years eight years, and it was well. Little lesson. You can see here is one corner revealed your corner. Here's the other corner. Little tiny is eight by ten feet. And I lived in it for eight years year round at the time. It was wonderful. At the time. It was. I was just glad to be here. No electricity. No phone. He drank water from the stream the scenery surrounding Billy bars shack is so pretty you almost can't believe that it's real out here. It was obvious right away. I mean, I didn't go back to school I stayed here. And I lived in the tent because that's how I was I needed to do to stay out here. And then after that was pretty much it. In the early eighties. He built himself an actual house. It has a tin roof in a setback from the road down a path passed this huge collection of hanging bird feeders. You can't see the front of the house. It's hidden behind a wall of stacked firewood more than six feet high. What what's the what is this? This is a lot of wood. Worth. I I get the wooden. Let it dry out for year. Dry. Oh, this is the entrance to the house. Although I was licensed like.
"radio topi" Discussed on Everything is Alive
"Hey in here. This is a little bonus episode for radio Topi as fundraiser more about that at the end of the show. But if you're so inclined feel free to pause this right now and go to radio, topa dot FM and make a donation. What's you're about to hear is deleted scenes from the first season of everything is alive things that just didn't make the cut for one reason or another we'll start with Sean the subway seed as reminder, Sean loves his joining seat. Jerry hates the seat across from him. Tony and in this deleted scene. He talks about something else. He hates I hate rats. I hate Tony. But I hate rats so much. I love everybody. All people other. You know, even the people who accidentally spill on you or whatever. Those people they had a bad situation, but they are probably good people in their heart rats are scum of the earth. And they have never done a good thing for anybody, at least bees they might sting you. But they take pollen from one plant to another. That's their whole purpose for being around. It's not like rats do rats eat, some smaller thing, that's even worse than rats. I don't I can't think of no reason for rats. They're like mosquitoes. Nobody needs mosquitoes. I mean, sometimes I wonder about this God guy that you're all talking about. All right. Like, what did he make rats for somebody needs to hold God accountable for rats in the -squitoes? And reggae. I don't really like reggae. So in your feeling the three things for which got needs to apologize for rats mosquitoes in reggae. Yes. Okay. For our next to lead seen. We're going to hear from Maeve the lamppost. I guess this clip is also about one of our guests hating something. I want to talk about you shine all night. And then morning comes and you turn off again. I do and look I mean, I have my own. I wish sometimes that I control when I turned on and off because I feel like sometimes wait it's getting dark now. And I'm not on. Yes. You know, because they I don't know who this is like a real button that you're pushing right now because we don't know how we get turned on or off. I understand that it's to do with like the sun setting. But I don't think it's the sun controlling when we go on her off. Right. But I'm like, okay. The sun's gone down. There's like two girls walking towards me. I wanted light up for them. I wanna turn on for them. I wanna make sure that they're okay. But it's not up to me. You know, if anyone. If it's anyone's fault. It's the sons fault. You know, am I to understand you don't like the sun? No, I don't like the sun. The sun is like the greatest cause of unemployment among lamposts. Yeah. I mean, also the sun is viciously Bryce, I feel like the light that I gave off it's kind of flattering. Doesn't elegance sources clarity to us. But the sun is like blinds, you she's always trying to make people seem okay? So that she'd be more beautiful. So only if the love the sun, and I'm just like think about us. Yeah. That's all I'd say to you the next time you see the sun. Why don't you look straight at us and really face up to us. Just look right at the right up at the sun. It's mid day look up at the sun. What do you want your brain? In me now near you know, cream all over my head and just see if you get any reaction, and then you'll know what I'm talking about this 'cause she will burn you. Okay. We're gonna listen to another deleted scene. This is from Tara the bar of soap anybody ever show up. I mean, I imagine there's like most filth looks the same. But anytime say the tall person ever come in where you thought yourself. What what did you get into? Yes. You know there, absolutely. More than once. All right. Let's just say this. There was one time. I can only imagine Margaritas were involved. And to to the point of excess and this was an amount of soiling and filth that. I was never got. Comfortable with almost you know. And you know, what I'm referring to you. Now, I'm trying to get I'm tiptoeing around it. But you know, what I'm referring to? Are you referring to vomit? It was and I had to hike myself. You know, what I mean, this is it baby come in in the clutch. Let's go this is it do a die time. Can you rise to decommission of this? I'm sorry. I did it. That's it and the end success story. You know, what I doubt in myself? I thought maybe this is it tear. Maybe you have you know, you've come to the end. This is it maybe you cannot do this. This is too much for you. But you know, what turns out I could I did it. I did it.
"radio topi" Discussed on Ear Hustle
"Greater public did not hold. Was a proud member of radio Topi from PRI a collection of the best podcasts around here more at radio, Topi dot FM. This podcast was made possible with support from the chance Kebir initiative, organ to redesign Justice system by building power and opportunity for communities impacted by incarceration. I'm allowing woods and Naito poor. Thanks for listening. Thanks for listening to your hustle. Before we go here, some radio Topi news about a cool new project from our friends at ninety. Nine percent invisible. It's a series all about what we wear articles of interest is produced by the outrageously talented ninety. Nine percent invisible producer, Avery truffle, men who digs into how the design of clothing affects our every day. Introducing a new six part series from ninety nine percent invisible. It's called articles of interest and it's a show about what we wear than so maybe ideas about quote Cana ideals about. Due to a piece of cloth. Okay. Any fool can close. But if you ain't got the attitude installed at carried off, man, you're just a close schools. Look for it in your ninety. Nine percent invisible podcast feed. The series will cover topics like plaid, Hawaiian shirts, pockets, and punk. You can hear all six episodes of articles of interest on ninety nine percent visible or learn more at articles of interest dot net. Radio. Ex..
"radio topi" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark
"This snap judgment, and you know what? One thing I was like, damnest shit, easy. You know what I'm saying? Because they make his sound easy. But when we got the doing, hey, nowhere near easy menace is I didn't have a smartphone. They started doing this. I was a little bit behind the time going to start doing this. I I didn't. I never done Instagram. I'd never done Twitter. I almost a flip phone. So I was told I had to get with it and learn too. So. Of course, I'm on the outside, so I had I could learn a lot more, but it wasn't like my life was all digital. When we first started here hustle, we had a meeting. We talked about how many people you think we reach. Who are retrying reach was to demographic. West is was that I was like, look, man, we try to reach the world s a broad statement. So when you when you when you come with something like your house, oh, and you given a story straight from the prisoner population? It resonates with people because you he and his straight out of the person mouth this actually serving time. So we what we are offering, it touches every demographic you can think because it's not just black people that go to jail. It's not just white people. They go to jail or Hispanics or criminals, or whatever. Anybody can go to jail, you know, I can. I can be a lawyer and have a DUI in up in prison. You know what I'm saying? So I really thought about the world. We had no idea what to expect. I thought it'd be successful if a couple thousand people listen to it. Jewish Shapiro who's our executive producer from radio Topi came to visit us inside San Quentin when we were getting ready to launch an Earl and always thinks big. And he said, you know, I've ever going to get a million downloads in the first season and I thought, oh, my don't wanna break your heart. I can't imagine that's going to happen. And I know Julie probably thought the same thing very quickly. It just seemed to catch on and we had a million downloads fast. So I'm just kinda like or like kind of just sees the future, very reserved person very humbled the first month when we got to one point five million, I was like, who, as the tours star coming through to prison tours, come through prisons on weekly basis, you know? And when it become through maybe like man, we'd like year knows what they heard. Maybe man, we really like what you're doing. You know, you've really educated me. But then when I start getting mail from high schools or June. Highs and they were using it in their classrooms in the colleges was using the net classrooms to teach individuals on criminology or psychology, whatever the case, maybe it was like, wow, this is deep. Like I said, your hustle has all the usual social media feeds. The inmates involved in the podcast, can't maintain them because they're not online. So Nigel as a lot of that work, social media meets the old technology of pen and paper to help build a tentative bridge between inside and outside..
"radio topi" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
"Obviously, I would have liked to have shown blaze my client. If you recall, this is the planet. I got from that weird startup, see a few months ago. The plant I took with me on the radio Topi alive, east coast tour on stage this plant, and I performed our own version of deep learning. I couldn't afford a Gans, nor did I have the know how to build one. But I did design a series of flash cards based on some of the stories I've been featuring on the podcast, a series of flash cards that enabled me to train my plant to understand the relationship between the real and the fake. Yeah, we're talking plant based machine learning. I figured if I could teach this plant, how to tell the difference between what is real, what is fake then I could reverse the process and then this plant could teach me how to do something something I've never figured out how to do. And that is fake it till you make it. And you know what? Dear listener. I was this close to finally learning the secret from this plant that I had spent weeks and weeks painstakingly machine training by hand. Someone stole it. It was the last night of the tour in Boston at the after party, I was showing it to these guys from robotic startup. And then there was some drama, some angry husband, nothing my fault. Definitely. Nothing interesting. But when it all died down, my plant was gone. So that's one thread. I'm just going to have to leave hanging for now, but don't worry. There's still another five episodes in the series. I'm sure it'll turn up before the grand finale. But this is definitely a wrap of phase two of our mega miniseries. And so a quick round of thanks to a few people like te'o special correspondent Kris, who gave us that five part liars guide to American history and ADA Cal Huynh who gave us her multi-part telling of the FOX sisters and Eric Kurland our guide to the Nazi supernatural imaginary his book Hitler's monsters by the way was actually what inspired this entire series. When I read it in the library, all the alarms went off. And so before we say goodbye to him, let's find out what he makes our present moment. The scary thing about today is it's not that crisis Radna time yet four and five percent unemployment stock markets near record highs or at least was when the last elections took place. And yet people are still leaning what I would call outrider fascist when it comes to why. Here's my thinking, even though things are horrible, statistically the level of uncertainty, frustration Annemie jerk would put it is greater than it's our bed and the inequalities greater end because people haven't rationally accepted that. That's the problem. I know this sounds somewhat left leaning Satistics all show that I'm right instead of blaming the fact that capitalism's no longer moderated or controlled by the people in a way where there's a compromise. Right between labor and capital. Since we have these people who just can't accept that as a solution. 'cause they've been all how evil the state is how evil welfare is, but they need that. They don't know where to go. If we simply had a distribution of resources and a meeting of labor and capital the way we used to have with all the wealth we have now, people wouldn't be flocking to Bernie Sanders Trump. And that means that if we do hit a crisis, like the one we had in the twenties and thirties where most western states form coalitions between the left in the center. So liberal capitalist socialist basically said, we don't wanna go fascist. Let's figure out how to distribute less than come in a more equitable way. We'll now I don't see how that happens in a period crisis when the center in the left or so week, how can we not go fascist. You have been listening to Benjamin Walker theory of everything. These installment is called second time as fake. This episode was produced by me, Benjamin Walker and Andrew Calloway it featured Brendan Niane blaze Arcus ate a cow Hoon, Eric Kurland and TOA's special correspondent Kris. This episode was supported in part by the Alfred P Sloan foundation enhancing public understanding of science technology and economic performance. More information on Sloan at Sloan dot org, special. Thanks to everyone at p. r. x. for all the support we've been getting for this miniseries especially carry Hoffman who deserves a big, congrats as she is now, the CEO of the newly merged PRI PR x. the theory of everything is proud. Founding member of radio Topi from PR x. home to some of the world's greatest podcasts find them all at radio, topa dot FM. Radio diaries tells extraordinary stories of ordinary life for more than twenty. A years they've been giving people tape recorder's working with them to report on their own lives in histories this summer. They have a brand new series on the podcast called last witness portrait's of the last surviving witnesses to important moments in history. Like this one, a Libya Hooker, the last survivor of the total race riots of nineteen twenty one. She was just six years old. When white mobs destroyed Greenwood, a middle-class black neighborhood. If as may thirty. Nineteen twenty one at we saw a bunch of men with those big. Torchy's come to the back yard, and I remember our mother put us and they're the table. She took the longest table while she had the cover for children at tells us net the sale worried. It was HARA fighting for Loganville. It's only six years ago trying to member to keep quiet. They wouldn't know we would. Check out the last witness series on the radio diaries. Podcast, go to radio diaries, dot org to subscribe or wherever you get your podcasts. Radio. Are ex.
"radio topi" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast
"Fragile and we all survived. Like mortified then you should check out other podcasts on the radio Topi now including one of my all time, personal favorites radios who for more than two decades have been giving people tape recorders so they can report on their own lives. This summer, radio diaries has a brand new series on their podcast called last witness, portrait's of last surviving witnesses to important moments in history in an coming up. So you'll hear from ninety five year old World War Two vet flew on the mission to bomb Hiroshima in nineteen forty five. And in another, you'll meet Libya Hooker. The very last survivor of the Tulsa race riots of nineteen twenty one may thirty. Nineteen twenty one at we saw a bunch of men with those big Torchy's come to the backyard, and I would member. Our mother put us and they're the table. She longest table while she had the cover for children at told us not the sale of worried. It was Har FANG thing for low girl. It's only six years old. Check out the last witness series on the radio diaries. Podcast, go to radio diaries, dot org to subscribe or wherever you get your podcasts.
"radio topi" Discussed on Ear Hustle
"Up. Ear house was a proud member of radio Topi from PRI makes a connection of the best podcast Ren here more at radio, Topi dot FM. I'm wounds and I'm Nitra poor. Thanks for listening. My favorite group from the sixties without question to Tim -tations. My favorite group of the seventies his without question, they'll botox my favorite of solo singer. His all time is read the Franklin. So you know if I get the time. That's what I do in terms of just relaxing. Just missing it here to music. Thanks for listening to your hustle. Now for the story of a wealthy family who wants lost everything but had no choice, but to stick together, a lot of changed over the years, but they're still the same dysfunctional Blute s- followed their new new beginning as they try to convince the country that they're worthy of the UC's family of the euro award pay four by the blue austerity company. It's arrested development season. Five only on net flicks may twenty nine. Thanks for listening to your hustle. Another radio Topi show you might like is love in radio. It's the internet's premier location for complicated. Thrilling exquisitely produced and challenging stories. They're seven season launches this month. Here's a preview. I was reading prescriptions for myself for a controlled substance. When I don't like about liberalism is the nuance got in the van and she was not speaking to us at that point, which was kind of good because when we got gas, she didn't scream under stop twenty years compulsion to look. Affection. I don't think said this kind of stuff on the just fascinated with things that are. What do you wish on your enemies? There was nothing can do or say to change the slow motion crash. I am standing breath of God. Don't miss a single episode of the new Levin radio season subscribe now on radio public apple podcasts, or wherever else you get your podcasts. Radio. Ex-. Thanks for listening and thanks to add Cirque for providing their ads, Irving platform to radio topa.
"radio topi" Discussed on Showcase from Radiotopia
"Is. Thanks so much for listening. If you're injuring showcase, you might also like another radio Topi podcast, Benjamin walkers theory of everything. One of the best things about this show is that you never really know what's fake and what's real because it features documentary and fiction stories, and Benjamin is your perfect guy to make sense of both in this age of fake news, crisis actors, and Twitter bots. In fact, he just launched a new series all about our relationship with the real and the fake. It's called false alarm. The phone goes and. And I grabbed my phone. And see my entire life flash before my eyes. I was amazed with myself that I could believe that it was real for the record. You like our president. I relate them because I, you know, as. Coming to the world fantasy and I'm like, oh yes, I'm gonna give you that. I'm gonna give you that. Then you give me my I run away and then the alarm going off in the television like the buzzer. Taking the action measures. Take action now, catch the entire false alarm series by subscribing to Benjamin walkers theory of everything on radio, public, apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Ex-. Thanks for listening and thanks to add Cirque for providing their ad serving platform to radio topa.
"radio topi" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
"We are now in the middle of our radio topi at two thousand seventeen fundraiser this year our goal is to reach twenty thousand listeners and at the time i am recording this we need about five thousand more to get there by november v i know we can do this dear listener but we cannot do it without your help this fundraiser works the same way the radio dopey a network does we support each other in big and small ways and we accomplish everything we want to accomplish together so you're five dollars donation counts just as much as someone else's one thousand dollar donation every contribution house towards making this whole thing work there's a video for the campaign that you can watch at radio tokia that fm it tries to capture this special relationship we have the listener and yours truly makes an appearance along with some other radio tokia host you can watch it at radio topi a dot f found i think it makes a pretty compelling pitch in and of itself but let me just say that every month more than seventeen million radio tokia episode are downloaded and at last count just seven in every ten thousand listener support the infrastructure the radio topi it provides to help us make these podcast you can help us improve that ratio personally i have some big plans for the programme next year and there's just no way i could pull it off without radio copious for so now right now is your chance to support the original independent and widely creative radio topi and shows you love just go to radio topi at died fm to donate and thank you.