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 5 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 11 months 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.