Aired 1 year ago 15:30
Going to school in Switzerland: for kids and adults
Swiss and Chips
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Aired 1 year ago 9:51
Iron Ladys policies cripple Stark Industries
New A.I. attacks Starkâ€™s Steelworkers Union. Womenâ€™s Quidditch team sweeps away competition. Tatooine moisture farmers lobby to own the term â€œwaterâ€. Produced by Launch Pad Theatre Company Written, Directed, and Performed by David Radford Tech-Commander of Media-Mechanics - Christina Patterson This episode features David Radford, Christopher Cooley, Christina Patterson, and Morgan Cranny in The Hangry Games and Christina Patterson as Ginny Weasley www.launchpadtheatre.com
Aired 7 months ago 14:27
This week's rounds are Music (Classical Covers), Poland, Plurals (Quickfire), and Music Too. The music is Varshavianka (The Song of Warsaw, Poland) by Leon Lishner and Friends.
Aired 1 year ago 32:29
Supremacy: Educational Decree Number Twenty-Four (Book 5, Chapter 17)
Vanessa and Casper explore the theme of Supremacy in chapter seventeen of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. They discuss Angelina Johnsonâ€™s prophetic position, how The Patriarchy shapes the actual building of Hogwarts, and the enduring grace of Helga Hufflepuff. Throughout the episode they consider the question: how do we celebrate ourselves without wanting to be better than others? Thanks to Hannah Ricks for this week's voicemail! Next week weâ€™re coming to you live from our Cambridge show with chapter eighteen,Â Dumbledore's Army,Â through the theme of failure.