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Radical Imagination

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Radical Imagination

Angela Glover Blackwell

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Racism, toxic inequality, persistent poverty, climate change: these are big serious problems, and if you believe they require big audacious solutions, then this is the podcast for you. Hosted by Angela Glover Blackwell, Founder-in-Residence at PolicyLink, Radical Imagination focuses on radical solutions to our society’s most pressing problems. It features conversations with thinkers and changemakers from multiple fields working to deliver equity wins at scale.Tune in to Radical Imagination, ...
 
HYPERACTIVE IMAGINATION is a high-voltage channel for creativity hosted by Anita Stubenrauch. High voltage energy can be illuminating. It can be dangerous. And sometimes it can inexplicably go to ground. Together, we'll explore these extremes and everything in between as we pursue what it means to live, work, and thrive as creative beings. Expect a hyperactive mix of interviews, practical tools, playful prompts, poetic reflections, and the unexpected.
 
Welcome to The Institute of Black Imagination hosted by artist, writer, and designer Dario Calmese. Each week we bring you conversations from The Pool of Black Genius: a collection of iconoclasts at the leading edge of cultural thought and innovation. We are here to inspire, engage, and to help you unleash your own imagination. Thank you for tuning in! Please don't forget to rate, comment, subscribe and SHARE with a friend (@blackimagination).
 
Spinning off from D&D is for Nerds, Dinosaur Park and Beyond the Map comes a collection of eclectic roleplaying adventures lovingly cobbled together by our ever diligent imagonauts and world-renowned ‘big thinkees’. From dirty cowboys, big magic and the occasional messed up mummy, nothing is outside the realm of possibility when it comes to our imagination adventures. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Every movement for change starts with a generative conversation. The Igniting Imagination podcast features rich conversations with leaders across the church landscape that invite you into new possibilities for yourself, your church and your community. Each episode offers inspiring ideas to guide your journey of faith in service. Join us to spark the spirit within you as a leader bringing about the world that God imagines. Brought to you by Wesleyan Investive and Texas Methodist Foundation, d ...
 
Imagination Travel & Tips is all about....travel and tips! From traveling locally, wherever that may be, to the farthest ends of the earth. All about customs, things to do, how to prepare and research, cultural tips, even packing advice. If it's travel-related, let's discuss it. All podcasts are relatively short to give busy people a chance to get the grasp in a quick amount of time.
 
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The Moral Imagination

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The Moral Imagination

Michael Matheson Miller

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Welcome to the Moral Imagination Podcast. The overarching theme of my podcast is what it means to be a human person and what makes for a meaningful and good life. We will discuss philosophy of the human person, culture, religion, social philosophy, and many other related topics, like education, learning, economics, food, technology, artificial intelligence, and intellectual history. My goal is to interact with ideas and people whose work I find challenging, and intellectually and socially im ...
 
Welcome to 'Experience Imagination', a Themed Entertainment Podcast presented by Falcon's Creative Group. On this show, artists, engineers, filmmakers, and other creative professionals from in and around our design studio come together to tackle a new discussion topic every episode. When it comes to the latest trends, theories, and technologies, we’re diving into the deep end of the pool to shine a light on the modern revolution of themed attractions and entertainment experiences.
 
Educational and fun audiobooks for children and families. A variety of genres await and each podcast comes with podcast specific questions assessing retrieval, sequencing, SPaG, prediction, inference and note taking skills. Ideal as an independent classroom activity, intervention exercise OR homework task.
 
Mennonite Church of Eastern Canada is going on a journey of courageous imagination. Over the course of the next year we will dream, imagine and listen to each other's stories of faith as we seek to hear God’s voice. The Courageous Imagination Podcast is hosted by Mollee Moua and Leah Reesor-Keller. It is mixed and edited by Hanna Negussie. To find out more about Courageous Imagination go to www.mcec.ca/courageous-imagination.
 
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Imagination Minute

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Imagination Minute

Imagination Minute

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Fuel your imagination with a one minute boost of creativity using this crowd sourced podcast. Join the imagination minute community and escape... imagine... create... Each episode contains six words over one minute – no definitions here! Improve your creative chops. Design something beautiful. Escape monotony. Hear Inspiration. See Creation. Compose Vision. This is audio stimulation to help fuel imagination and creativity. Join others or fly solo in a quest to engage, dream, & write. Another ...
 
Would you like to fulfill your potential to be the curious, creative, and imaginative star that you are, or would like to be? You already know in your bones that you are a creative beast, but maybe you just don't quite know how to unleash it – perhaps it’s an ignored talent in writing, leading innovation at work or simply underwater basket weaving. Every fortnight, John, a mild-mannered, middle-aged British man with a love of curiosity and philosophy, and a slightly louder, middle-aged Austr ...
 
Wordplay: Theater for the Ear and the Imagination is a podcast that will produce short audio plays and monologues, both dramas & comedies, which reflect the dignity and spiritual nature of the human person. The actors are alumni of Providence College Theatre. Rev. Matthew Powell, O.P., associate professor emeritus of theatre, is the director.
 
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Imagination Casserole

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Imagination Casserole

Braxton Hyde & Ethan Abegglen

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Imagine for a moment you are in a cozy little shoe closet, lit with an old desk lamp on a cracked table. There's a tiny trash can on the floor, his name is E2940, or E2 for short. Can you picture the setting? Now imagine your two loud, annoying, sometimes kind of funny friends are there. Welcome to Imagination Casserole.
 
Best-selling author, award-winning artist ( former TV host and elementary teacher) Nellie Jacobs is Consultant to Creatives, inspiring individuals to Ignite their Imagination, Mine their Resources, and Make Opportunity Knock. Nellie interviews vibrant, imaginative personalities who entertain and educate. All shows are archived for your listening pleasure at your leisure. Each episode is numbered and themed. For true inspiration, listen to the entire series. JUST RELEASED: Inspirational, self ...
 
—a podcast where curiosity and imagination run free. Imagine if you wake up one day to find a completely different world. Animals and plants you are familiar with are replaced by strange ones. The air smells and tastes different. Each episode, we will explore our world with an imaginary item or without a familiar one. You can participate by leaving your imagination via voice at http://anchor.fm/ourworldofimagination or (717) 804-4297. Let me know if you would like your voicemail played on th ...
 
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Our podcast aims to “spark the Spirit within you” and what you will hear in this conversation with Anne Snyder is a person whose spirit is on fire for something bigger than herself. What an inspired and inspiring time we had with Anne Snyder–we can’t wait for you to listen! From her vulnerable sharing of her own formation story to her reflection on…
 
We talked to Jessie McLaughlin about “So Help Me God.” She shares with us about her experience of growing up Christian, the inner turmoil of taking it very seriously, and how she’s been healing from religious trauma through therapy. We love Jessie’s twitter feed where she talks about recovering from evangelicalism, hilarious day-to-day things, and …
 
In this Inbetweeners episode, the Occupational Philosophers explore the true meaning, origin story and get really curious about some of those hackneyed, over-used corporate sayings that really need to pass away and live in the after life. Really, what does 'circle around' mean? What is the origin and true meaning of low-hanging fruit? How low is lo…
 
A while back, I did a tarot reading where I felt a profound shift in relationship to a very potent symbol: Death. ☠️ 🎶 Dun, dun, dun! 🎻 Most of my life, I’ve encountered the concept of Death as something unwelcome. But in this reading, somehow, Death became a friend. Death showed up to encounter all the ways that I thought things had to be done. (M…
 
Ever wonder what it takes to open a theme park? There are millions of decisions that get made during the process of designing, building, and opening a theme park. In this episode of Experience Imagination, we are giving our listeners an inside look at the process, from our experience building our own theme park, Katmandu Park | Punta Cana. ABOUT TH…
 
This week I am so honored to introduce you to someone I'm thrilled to have on who I met through a mutual friend and former guest on the show, John Paul Rice! When John reached out about doing this interview, I knew this would be an amazing show full of value! Joining us this week is Tracy Minchin - Founder and Director of ‘The Ruby Organization’! I…
 
Today's episode is with architect Sekou Cooke. Sekou is one of the leading advocates for the study and practice of Hip-Hop Architecture, a practice that poses hip-hop as architecture and uses the language of design to investigate its construction. In today's episode, we explore why urban design cannot exist without hip-hop. We lean into what can ha…
 
This week’s Tale is, moving forwards, an annual topic I’d like to return to each November - as I do spooky things on Halloween and Christmassy things around Christmas. The week this script was written (13-19 November) was Transgender Awareness week. The 20th also marked Transgender Day of Remembrance - a commemorative day, originally in observance …
 
The fun continues at Camp Hummingbird as we welcome our new Camp Councillors! Put your hands together and give a Camp Hummingbird welcome to Councillor Fury and Councillor Storm! They just have some questions for everyone so it’s best to be completely honest with your answers. Especially when they ask about your earliest memory. And remember kids, …
 
"If we have any hopes of fundamentally breaking away from the patterns of the past and rupturing the inadequate present, the future can no longer be envisioned only by those with the privilege of time and space to imagine. It can no longer be constructed within a bootstraps narrative of personal responsibility and self-determination that treats onl…
 
These days we tend to take a dim view of the past. We struggle to overcome things (personal or corporate) we wish we could go back and undo. But Christianity teaches a different way of viewing the past: one in which “remember” is one of the most frequent commands in Scripture, in which gratitude is a discipline rather than a feeling, and in which n…
 
Part 1: John and Christian are lowly sweepers wanting a better life and happen upon the opportunity of a lifetime: a fortune of gold waiting for them on a racing train in 1836 (not 1835 or 1837). Part 2: The duo is hired to transport cattle the old-fashioned way across the United States.John and Christian
 
It's confusing, the difference between TSA, Global Entry, Clear and Nexus. Which one(s) do you need? And it's confusing to know what you can take in your carry-on luggage. Can you take a liquid-filled lollipop on the plane? What about chocolate-covered cherries? Deer antlers? This episode will clear up any and (most) all confusion!…
 
We took some time to talk about the recent shooting in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Focus on the Family, which is located there. We started this podcast analyzing their kid’s radio show Adventures in Odyssey, and covered a whole series that was specifically anti-LGBTQIA+ back in 2019 - the first episode of our season titled “Beginning to Untie t…
 
In Episode 50, The Occupational Philosophers chat with Ian Gilbert, the founder of Independent Thinking, a unique and highly influential organisation in education across the UK. Independent Thinking seeks to move beyond teaching and learning, into motivation, creativity and leadership, social justice, neuroscience, inclusion, the environment and we…
 
What does a psychologist look like? What is their gender, gender identity, age range, race, ethnicity? Do they have tattoos or body modifications? What about their hair? How do they dress? The image is Dr. Diem Mooney in his normal work attire. And the text above was part of his post that went viral on LinkedIn back in 2020. I’ve been following him…
 
Joining us this week is someone who is making their 4th appearance on the show and honestly needs no introduction at this point as his work speaks for itself, Mike Volpe In case you missed my last few episodes with Mike, he is an investigative journalist who has pioneered reporting alternative news on topics such as immigration reform, police corru…
 
Holly and Brick are up to no good as they just can’t keep out of the MacGurdy Military Base and who can blame them! What secrets are behind this cool chain-link fence?! Forgetting about their lack of direction and low navigational skills, our troublesome duo amble into the woods to once more not know where they’re going. Holly comes up with an inge…
 
We kick off Season 7 of the Igniting Imagination podcast in conversation with pastor and social entrepreneur Tim Soerens about the immense opportunity to reenergize the church today by daring to be “faithfully present” to what God imagines for us in our churches, our neighborhoods, and in our daily lives. The challenges the church faces today are v…
 
This season on Igniting Imagination host Lisa Greenwood, co-host Tim Soerens, and special guests explore spiritual formation: what is formation and what is the church’s role in formation? Join our email, contact us, and find more resources from Leadership Ministry at tmf-fdn.orgTMF & Wesleyan Investive
 
If you imagine ideas as visitors knocking at your door, it's not too hard to also imagine that same idea might be knocking at thousands, millions of doors at the same time... How do you know which ideas are for you and which are for someone else? ✨ 👉 View enhanced show notes (including transcript, links, and any extras) here. 👈✨ Share your feedback…
 
This week you are in for a treat! Joining us is someone who is a huge inspiration to me - Josh Monday! In his own words - he’s a Christian rapper, devoted husband, father and Army veteran, and in my words - he’s a hero. Josh has a podcast I follow religiously called the Josh Monday Christian and Conspiracy Podcast that has been a tremendous resourc…
 
Warning: The following is a long, shaggy dog tale about money, Anglo-Saxon England, things manufactured and things callously discarded. Mostly it’s about Tally Sticks, willow trees and revenge. It’s not me taking a new direction with the show so much as trying to write a ten minute ‘firebreak’ episode to get my second wind for the last couple of ep…
 
Today’s conversation is with creative director, and architectural archivist Jerald “Coop” Cooper. Coop is the founder of Hood-century Modern — an Instagram account that sparked a preservation movement by highlighting the iconic and unique designs of mid-century buildings in Black neighborhoods; connecting modern architecture to Black culture. A hip…
 
It’s the summer of romance at Camp Hummingbird as Brick and Shara bond over causing a little emu based shenanigans and we finally learn the tragic origin of Snot McKenzie and what glimpsing a full tit too early can do to a boy. Holly tries to loophole her way into winning the scavenger hunt and both our young troublemakers come up with a foolproof …
 
Tolkien talked about “subcreation” - this thing we do when we take something God has made and create with it. When we try to make creation about ourselves—our pride, our desire for affirmation, and so on—we only make things harder. But when we understand it properly, our subcreation is a middle act between God’s first creation and His second—and th…
 
In this inbetweener episode, The Occupational Philosophers explore the problem of flying mammals that can exist in organisations, and how they can be one of the biggest innovation killers around (as well as getting stuck in your hair, making a screeching noise and leaving a big mess everywhere) What the hell are they talking about? Well, you will j…
 
Krispin interviews DL about starting out to as a Jesus Freak to wanting to be just like Dorothy Day to wanting to be herself. We talk about the perfectionism of growing up evangelical, and how that pressure can continue, even if you move on from the conservative framework you were raised with. Make sure to check out DL's book Unruly Saint about Dor…
 
From going to jail for someone else’s crime at 22, to winning best podcast of the year in 2022, Melissa Monte has lived pretty dramatically across the spectrum of power… From being completely at the mercy of someone else's, to bit-by-bit regaining control of her own, to now — living in such an empowered state that she's able to recharge others via …
 
This week I’m back for another combo podcast episode with Becky and Bridget from the 'Save Our Children Podcast' ! This week, we are honored to bring on Sean Hibbeler who has been making a splash in the truther community for many years with his outspoken views on all thing's conspiracy. Raised in Chicago, Sean started producing music for local arti…
 
Friendship is what Camp Hummingbird wants to foster in these impressionable young youths and there’s no greater friend than Brick Hickman, especially when he’s encouraging the impressionable Holly Butcher to get up to no good. Archery is on the schedule for today but will Brick and Holly join in on this fun filled group activity or will they peel o…
 
Non-police emergency response remains an extremely relevant topic, even though we're seeing strong pushback against the Defund the Police movement -- including from those who were initially supportive. Yet police, throughout the country, continue to remain at odds with the communities they are supposed to protect. In this episode, Angela discusses …
 
Magic and magical experiences are all around us. This is the story of one such experience that profoundly shook my sense of self — in the best possible way. Have you had a magical experience? Share your story on our PodInbox hotline and we may feature it in an upcoming episode. Share your feedback We want creative community to be at the heart of Hy…
 
Get ready for another "spooktacular" episode of Experience Imagination! In this episode, we discuss how the holiday season is brought to life through themed entertainment. We are bringing in guests with experience doing this very thing for many different industries, including theme parks and resorts. Make sure to give it a listen to learn all of th…
 
In Episode 48, The Occupational Philosophers chat with a ‘delight’ of guests, Dr Barbara Doran and Rodger Watson. Mmmm, sound interesting. Tell me more…. Barbara Doran (PhD) specialises in identifying creative opportunities that respond to complex challenges and putting them in action. She is an experienced speaker, mentor, educator, project innova…
 
I had the great honor of meeting Lisa and her amazing husband, Patrick in person over a lovely dinner recently and it was not only a highlight of my year - but of my life! Every guest I’ve had on the show I’ve only had the honor of meeting remotely and it’s so unbelievably special to me that I got to meet the Meisters in person. They are and were e…
 
Today’s episode is with award-winning writer, scholar and activist Frank B. Wilderson III. Frank is known as the Godfather of Afropessimism: a critical theory that positions anti-blackness as the antidote for the psychic well-being of society. Did that sound heady? Well, pull out our pen and paper. Frank’s curiosity and fearlessness in revealing ha…
 
On Sunday April 18th 1943 four boys head off on a boys-own adventure into Hagley Woods. A day of poaching birds eggs soon turned macabre, however - with the discovery of a skull in an elm tree. In this Halloween Tale we discuss a few of the possibilities around the poor Jane Doe, known to history simply as ‘Bella’. Sources this week - Oh boy… I wro…
 
In another installment of Tales from Handel Creek, Holly Butcher arrives at summer camp with her new best friend Mortimer Scoville and meets up with her old best friend Brick Hickman and his best friend Snots McKenzie. Meals are ruined, emus are fought and love is in the air as our young troublemakers try to survive Camp Hummingbird the only way th…
 
In this episode I speak with Rachel Ferguson about her book Black Liberation Through the Marketplace: Hope, Heartbreak, and the Promise of America, co-authored with Marcus Witcher. The book address issues of social justice, exclusion, opportunity, race and discrimination, classical liberalism, and the economic history of African Americans since the…
 
Our conversation with Ian Mackay is the second installment in our Thunder Stories mini series. On June 4, 2008, Ian was biking home from college at UC Santa Cruz when he hit some sand in the bike path, lost control of his bike, and went head-first into a tree. Suddenly, Ian found himself having to adapt to life with a spinal cord injury. Quadripleg…
 
I'm bringing back this episode on the anniversary that it launched last year because I believe it's one of the most important episodes I've done. Holidays are something we are so conditioned to celebrating that we don't even think to ask questions about what they mean and if the meanings we were led to believe are actually true. And no one breaks t…
 
Today’s episode is with award-winning writer, scholar and activist Frank B. Wilderson III. Frank is known as the Godfather of Afropessimism: a critical theory that anti-blackness is “necessary for world-making at every level of abstraction.” Did that sound heady? Well, get ready. Frank’s curiosity, appetite for knowledge and nuance, along with his …
 
This week’s tale is part two of a two parter. Part one can be found here Smedley Butler was, in his own time, the most decorated soldier in American History. A participant in 120 battles and armed conflicts spanning eleven wars, he served his nation with distinction, but increasingly felt his role was that of “A high class muscle-man for Big Busine…
 
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