Rachel Horman-Brown is a Solicitor and Head of Domestic Violence & Forced Marriage Department at Watson Ramsbottom Solicitors. An advanced Resolution specialist in DV & Forced Marriage, Family Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year 2012, Jordan's Family Law Partner of the Year 2014, Law Society Excellence Awards 2016, media commentator.
LibriVox volunteers bring you 9 recordings of Cana by James Freeman Clarke, from The World's Best Poetry, edited by Bliss Carman. This was the Weekly Poetry project for November 14th, 2010.Trivia: After hearing the song "John Brown's Body", Clarke suggested that Mrs. Julia Ward Howe write new lyrics; the result was "The Battle Hymn of the Republic". He published but few verses, but at heart was a poet. (summary by Wikipedia)
Return of Sherlock Holmes (version 2 Dramatic Reading), The by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 - 1930)
The Return of Sherlock Holmes is set three years after the detective fell to his death in the Reichenbach Falls in his final struggle with Moriarty. Or did he? In the first story of the series Holmes explains to Watson what really happened that day, followed by twelve more adventures of the dynamic duo including two of Doyle's own favourite stories: The Dancing Men and The Second Stain. Other notable characters in this book include Black Peter and Charles Augustus Milverton. - Summary by Bet ...
From a young single woman who puts her love life in the hands of her dry cleaner, to a father who proudly teaches his children how to be cheap, to an American veteran of Afghanistan who imagines how he will one day teach his newborn son to never sign up for a meaningless war, Saved By A Story Podcast is brimming with riveting, sometimes hilarious, often moving and always inspiring ten-minute-or-less stories on a theme. The stories are all recorded live at the Saved By A Story Salon in the in ...
Art Talk Live is a podcast production of KZUM Studios, a division of KZUM community radio in Lincoln, Neb. Produced by Julia Noyes and Lynette Fast, of Lincoln's Noyes Art Gallery, the program features interviews with Nebraska artists, patrons and others in the state's art scene.
Rachel Horman-Brown speaks on BBC Radio 4's File on 4 about the Dangers of Dating Apps. Rachel speaks at 22.48Rachel Horman
Rachel Horman discussing Domestic Abuse with Sammar Sheikh on Voice of Islam RadioRachel Horman
Mike Brown is a painter of beautiful women represented in a moody colorful bold simplified form. He selects the subject based on the facial characteristics that contribute to his high contrast abstract style. Listen in as Mike shares the process of how he transitions his subjects using image software to manipulate and brainstorm color and mood.…
Bob Muckel visits about his photography and calls himself a nature photographer of Nebraska. Bob's patience and biology background contributes to his photography passion. Following a career in biology Bob found photography a perfect fit to share his passion and interest in Nebraska wildlife and environment.…
Mary Jane Lamberson is a Nebraska metal sculptor working with various materials to create her sculptures. She uses flowing lines and takes influence from dancers.
Judy Stanczyk has worked in stained glass and glass fuzing for over 35 years. She is self taught and has her own glass studio where she creates original one of a kind glass works. Listen to Judy’s life long experiences of working with glass.
Ashley Stevens is a Photographer that pays close attention to her surroundings and fulfills her passion by sharing her vision through her photographs. She photographs nature and people. During this session Ashley shares her creative process and how she became an artist.
Steve Nosal and Alice Reed join the program to share their passion and vision of Lincoln’s beautiful Sunken Gardens at 27th and Capitol Parkway. Hear the way a garden curator uses plants and soil and thinks like a visual artist
Lincoln Parks and Recreation Director, Lynn Johnson explains the Party in the Parks program. Party in the Parks includes free performing and visual arts events in many different Lincoln parks throughout the summer months. Also hear about two new park developments coming to Lincoln.
Louis Raymond-Kolker: A Pan Drum percussionist, Louis Raymond Kolker is making his name in the Lincoln drumming community. Hear the music passion Louis is bringing to UNL and the midwest through his drumming adventures.
Representing Ameritas, Hunter Reves explains the company involvement in sponsoring and volunteerism of community events in Lincoln. The bank supports their employees and encourages their part in giving to the community. Ameritas is a sponsor for Noyes Art Gallery’s Art in the Garden September 14, 2019.…
Doug Hawco is a metal sculptor at Noyes Art Gallery. He shares how working in his HVAC trade prepared him for working as a sculptor and how the skills are similar.
Aimee Booton, watercolorist turned oil painter, likes to paint fantasy landscapes with vibrant florescent colors for black light effects. Meet this new artist experimenting and finding her niche in visual arts.
Steampunk artist Sharon Sykes talks about her experiences as a cake decorator playing into her unique and creative steampunk sculptures. She explains why she is a collector of all things discarded and how they become something new through her mind and hands
Longtime Lincoln musician Downtown Dave visits with Lynette Fast about his growth and experiences through music. Dave and his band will be performing at Lincoln’s Art in the Garden September 14, 2019.
Connie Zehr is an artist at Noyes Art Gallery who paints landscapes and nature with many mediums. She discusses her process and inspiration while creating clay paintings.
Steve O'Hare is a photographer at Noyes Art Gallery. He has an eye for bold color and interesting viewpoints. Many of his photographs are glimpses into everyday life, taken while traveling. Steve talks about his longtime interest in photography and art.
Maryellen Fulton, Noyes Acrylic Artist
Marilyn Schulter, fiber artist, creates waterfalls of fabric using appliqué techniques with unique fabrics and found objects. Listen to her talk about her techniques and how her work has evolved into acrylic paintings.
Katharen Wiese, Community Organizer at Art Hub, shares her role at the new Art Hub to enrich through art the life of Near South and Everett neighborhoods.
Deb Weber, Lincoln Arts Council Director, updates us about the 2019 Lincoln Mayor’s Arts Awards and the plans for the Lincoln Arts Festival in a new downtown location.
Craig Adamek, Wood Sculptor at Noyes Gallery, talks about loving woods his entire life. Starting in high school, he has crafted just about anything his family needed throughout life. Listen to him talk about his goals as a sculptor of wood and explain his interesting high quality crafted wood boxes.
Collin Rasmussen, marketing manager of Downtown Lincoln Association, talks about his growth as a small child with fine motor skills to a career as a marketing manager in Lincoln. His role with Downtown Lincoln Association requires creative problem solving skills, organization, graphic design, and photography expertise. Collin talks about the vibran…
Aaron Batt, metal glass sculptor
Amber Roland, a mixed media collage artist from Lincoln, NE uses a variety of materials and a process of reacting to the materials as she creates. Amber thinks of her work as organized chaos.
Art in the Garden, a community art event on 9/14/19, is sponsored by Noyes Art Gallery and Great Western Bank of Lincoln. Macala Carter is VP of Retail Banking and shares her company mission of community partnership.
Kristine Behrens of Lincoln, Neb., is a watercolorist illustrator. Her works primarily include cropped images of animals and nature.
Ishmael Beah, bestselling author of A Long Way Gone, Memoirs of a Boy Soldier & Radiance of Tomorrow, A Novel and human rights lawyer, Priscillia Kounkou-Hoveyda, who has worked for the UN for the past 10 years negotiating with warlords for the release of child soldiers from terrorist groups across Africa, together share the hilarious and moving st…
Listen as writer Jessica Goldberg tells a moving and hilarious story about returning home to Woodstock to face an unthinkable loss. Inspired by heartthrob Jared Leto from My-So-Called-Life, writer and actress Natasha Rothwell tells a uproarious story of trying to woo her own so-called Jordan Catalano. Singer songwriter Rozzi belts out her gorgeous …
Rachel Horman speaking on BBC Radio Newcastle in relation to Home Office data detailing the number of reported stalking cases in the North East.Rachel Horman
Rachel Horman on BBC Asian Network with Mobeen Azhar feature on Stalking including victims of stalking discussing their experiences and Home Office data in relation to numbers of stalking offences. Interviews also with the Crown Prosecution Service and Sarah Wollaston MP.Rachel Horman
Rachel Horman speaking on BBC Radio 5Live with Emma Barnett on Monday 15th April 2019, discussing Stalking Protection Orders and the need for a serial perpetrators register in a feature which includes stalking victims describing their experiences.Rachel Horman
Art Talk Live #318 - Michael Burton
Art Talk Live #317 - Mark Mesloh
Art Talk Live #316 - Carol Hurd
Art Talk Live #315 - Bill Ganzel
Art Talk Live #314 - Art In The Garden with Steve Nosal Alice Reed
Art Talk Live #313 - Brenda Scott
Art Talk Live #312 - Dani Lynn
Art Talk Live #311 - Jeri Kuhn
Art Talk Live #310 - Sarah Wanek
Art Talk Live #309 - Teresa Orr
Interview with Eddie Mair on LBC 280219 discussing coercive control following Sally Challen's successful appeal hearingRachel Horman
Interview from BBC 5 Live with Emma Barnett discussing Sally Challen's case being heard in the Court of Appeal and the potential impact of a succesful appeal in relation to coercive control cases.Rachel Horman
Enough/Firsts: Wicked co-writer and My So Called Life Creator Winnie Holzman takes on the theme of Enough and the big questions of procrastination, time and what it is to be so-called married. Winnie gets storybombed by her husband, Paul Dooley, one of the creators of The Electric Company and legendary character actor. From the Firsts salon, writer…
Coming Home: Writer and actor, Katie Mitchell, tells a story about coming home and sending her words up in flames in her story, Burning Fragments. Television writer and playwright, Julia Brownell, tells a story about both leaving home and coming home to herself. Singer songwriter, Larry John McNally, sings about the difficult and mysterious things …