I BLAME MY SHELF: A HILLSBORO PUBLIC LIBRARY PODCAST
I Blame My Shelf is a podcast brought to you by staff at the Hillsboro Public Library. We talk about about books, comics, gaming, TV, movies, and pop culture. We are committed to helping you find your next thing to read, watch, or play.
THE AUDIO ROUND TABLE
Once upon a time, in a city far, far away (London), a lowly audio producer by the name of Scott Chesworth realised that he was in dire, DIRE need of some accountability. He had thumbs in many pies (more thumbs than is healthy for one man to have access to really), but - despite the numerous avenues open to him - he found himself being struck down daily by analysis paralysis. FYI, those avenues were/are mixing music (mostly metal), accessibility advocacy (making it easier for blind folk to use technology) and writing (mostly comedy). When TART first started, he had just shy of fourteen zillion half finished projects and not a single finish line in sight. Quite the quagmire. So, he reached out to some friends for help, because - as that old adage goes - a friend in need is a friend indeed, but three friends who know how to get stuff done is better. Enter the TARTs: Satauna Howery is a full-time voiceover artist from Upstate New York. She's voiced literally everything from indie games through to behemoth brands. Someone once said "and then there's Satauna, it's kinda like she was shot out of a canon" - they weren't wrong. Matthew Mclaren is a full-time musician and producer based in Newcastle, Australia. He writes awesome cinematic music to spec from his project studio, plays more covers gigs than seems humanly possible, and has moments of brilliance where he comes dangerously close to being the wittiest host. You might've seen him and his dog on the telly, but he doesn't like to talk about it. Garth Humphreys is a data nerd by day, podcaster by night. He podcasts from a granny flat on the Gold Coast. Garth rules the roost with a velvet-gloved fist. More importantly, he makes sure the wheels don't fall off this thing. Each month, the TARTs get together, chat about the challenges they're currently facing in their respective careers and set themselves a goal. On subsequent shows, they play the fruits of their labour, go deep on what the creative process turned out to be and talk about what they've learned. Once in a blue moon, Scott brings a guest on to help him in the noble pursuit of talking over Matt. And that's it, basically. We do the show because it's useful for us, but we hope it'll be useful for you, too. BTW, we're blind, but you don't have to be
THE TIKA & THEGO PODCAST
Tika Moon and Thego Lopez team up each week for this raunchy and ridiculous podcast. They are foul mouthed and NOT politically correct. They discuss topics of the week and whatever else their weird and twisted minds can come up with. DUE TO THE OFFENSIVE CONTENT OF THIS SHOW, IT SHOULD NOT BE LISTENED TO BY ANYONE.
SEATTLE SYMPHONY SPOTLIGHT
The stories behind the music, told by artists from the Seattle Symphony. Hosted by Classical KING FM's Dave Beck. Each week you’ll go backstage at Benaroya Hall with performers, conductors, composers and the people behind the scenes who make the music possible.
STUMBLING TOWARD GENIUS
Stumbling Toward Genius is your haven when it seems like a good idea to give up your creative dreams. Hosted by writing and creativity coach Cynthia Morris, this podcast features interviews with writers, artists, and entrepreneurs on how they overcame the obstacles in their creative process. Tune in for actionable inspiration to feel less alone and more empowered as you stumble toward your genius.
ALT DU IKKJE VISSTE OM
Ein podkast om kulturminne! I Riksantikvaren sin podkast finn du svar på alt du ikkje visste om kulturminne og dei spanande historiane kring dei. Morosame fakta og nerdete nerding om alt frå mellomalderbygg og gamle rutebåtar, til kokegroper og stabbur. Alt henta frå Riksantikvaren sitt virke.
THE WRITER & THE HUSBAND
Brought to you by Andi Ashworth and Charles W. Ashworth (the musician professionally known as Charlie Peacock). The Ashworths are published authors and contributors to a wide range of books and periodicals. The couple co-founded Art House America in 1991, a non-profit created to inspire a seamless life of Christian discipleship and imaginative living. The Art House in Nashville, a one-hundred-year-old, renovated country church became their family home and the setting for their work of hospitality, teaching, vocational counsel and running award-winning music/film production and publishing companies. For over two decades, the Ashworths hosted artists and writers, theologians, speakers and organizations, including Bono, Andy Crouch, David Dark, Mel Gibson, Amy Grant, Patricia Heaton, Steve Turner, Blood-Water Mission, International Justice Mission, The Gathering and the ONE Campaign. Today, Charlie and Andi function as co-founders/directors emeritus for the three Art House locations: Dallas, St. Paul and Nashville, while Nathan and Cassie Tasker now direct the work of Art House Nashville. Each location retains the Ashworths’ original vision and practice while providing events and weekly programming in support of the unique communities. The Ashworths have been married for over four decades and have two grown, married children and four grandchildren.