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Brain Fuzz
Brain Fuzz
Art, Music, and Culture
The Brain Fuzz art podcast hosted by artists Joe Camoosa and Matthew White was born of the conversations between two people that both consume and create art. Topics include the creative process, art exhibitions, managing a studio, travel, bands, vinyl record collections, and whatever else might come up. We’ll call that culture.
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Brain Fuzz
Monocle 24: The Stack
Monocle 24: The Stack
Essential listening for anyone who cares about what they read – and how they read it. The Stack is Monocle’s take on the world of print, focusing on everything from the glossiest fashion title to the grittiest newspaper.
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Monocle 24: The Stack
Not That, This!
Not That, This!
Not That, This! is an interview show where Journalist Geraint Evans invites Artists and Influencers to come and talk about their Pop Culture passions. Authors, Scriptwriters, Actors, Comedians, Poets, Musicians and more all take the time to sit down and share their Fools Gold and Hidden Gem. Those massively popular things they hate and those unknown masterpieces that they love. Covering everything from TV, Movies, Bands, Video Games and Books all the way through to Lifestyle, Right-wing Populism and the nature of anger - Geraint's brilliant guest share their incredible insight into pop culture and the world at large.
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Not That, This!
ScannerDrome
ScannerDrome
Books, Comics, TV, Movies, Financial, Software, Science, Sci-fi, Art, News, And More
Books, Comics, TV, Movies, Financial, Software, Science, Sci-fi, Art, News, And More
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ScannerDrome
SARCASM MAYBE 007
SARCASM MAYBE 007
Sarcasm is the caustic use of irony, in which words are used to communicate the opposite of their surface meaning, in a humorous way or to mock someone or something. Sarcasm may employ ambivalence, although it is not necessarily ironic. PODCAST BLOG...
Sarcasm is the caustic use of irony, in which words are used to communicate the opposite of their surface meaning, in a humorous way or to mock someone or something. Sarcasm may employ ambivalence, although it is not necessarily ironic. PODCAST BLOG - WELCOME
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SARCASM MAYBE 007
Evénements
Evénements
Flux RSS de la Médiathéque de Paris Descartes
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Evénements