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Podcasts and event audio from the Woodrow Wilson Center's History and Public Policy Program, which includes the Cold War International History Project, the North Korea International Documentation Project, and the Nuclear Proliferation International History Project and is home to the Digital Archive at www.digitalarchive.org International History Declassified, with Pieter Biersteker and Kian Byrne of the History and Policy Program focuses on interviews with historians to gain insight into the ...
 
Stance is an independent award-winning arts, culture and current affairs podcast run by New York based journalist and curator Chrystal Genesis. An episode is released on the 1st of every month. Guests so far include musicians Four Tet, Jamila Woods, Róisín Murphy, Amber Mark, Caribou, Kaytranada, Jessie Ware, Tricky and Nao, authors Yaa Gyasi, Sayaka Murata, Elif Shafak & Valeria Luiselli, lawyer and campaigner Gina Miller, politician Bobi Wine, poets Fatimah Asghar, John Cooper Clarke & Kae ...
 
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Forget the success of the vaccine rollout which has put this country ahead ofeverywhere else...there is obviously a far worse crisis....Boris is being accused ofdecorating his flat and NOT PAYING FOR IT...and he is being accused of making a hurtful statement about the economy....which nobody seems to have actually heard....this is the level the opp…
 
In this episode of Stance, Chrystal Genesis is joined by film programmer and cultural researcher Jemma Desai. Together they examine the practices of (Un)learning for Liberation as they highlight the many forms of abolitionist thinking through literature, music, activism and film. We speak with London based artist, writer and political organiser Jos…
 
The BBC are still getting slated over the blanket coverage of the royal funeral....and Nicholas Witchell is taking a lot of stick with his reading of the "body language" between William and Harry in an attempt to invent news...I always watch a bit of TV before I go to sleep as I find it helps me nod off......especially "Match of The Day" on Saturda…
 
The song this week has a story to it....I was asked to write it for a bloke in Birmingham who was going to put a huge country and western show show on and bring stars over from the States and have rodeos etc etc.....his name was Brian "Sundance" Brooks and he had a shop which sold cowboy gear called "Urban Cowboy"....as the cowboy thing was big in …
 
On the subject of TV sports coverage ... I am still recovering from the excitement of the Oxford and Cambridge boat race....I don't think...I'm afraid I fail to see the point of this so called sporting event which is broadcast for a whole afternoon ....who cares?....it has to be the most boring event in sport....closely followed by horse racing....…
 
The standard of TV is becoming a joke......there are some decent programmes but you behave to search for them by skilfully trying to dodge the cookery programmes or Ant and Dec.....and the talentless Jonathan Ross and Graham Norton with their selection of stars of stage screen and scrapheap....who they "chat" to about their latest book,play or come…
 
Marking the 40th anniversary of the 1981 Brixton Uprising, Stance explores the moments leading up to the uprising and the activism that inspired it, their connections to the Windrush scandal, and the 2021 Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill and subsequent #KillTheBill protests in Bristol. Looking at the uprising through film, academia, litera…
 
Stance is an independent award-winning arts, culture and politics podcast run by journalist and curator Chrystal Genesis. Guests so far include musicians Four Tet, Jamila Woods, Chassol, Róisín Murphy, Amber Mark, Caribou, Ebo Taylor, Kaytranada, Jessie Ware and Nao, authors Yaa Gyasi, Elif Shafak, Saidiya Hartman, Sayaka Murata & Valeria Luiselli,…
 
As Don and his English buddies prepare to knock out a few divots on their favourite fairways Welsh beauty spots were rammed with visitors this weekend as the country lead the UK out of lockdown in Wales when the 'stay local' requirement was dropped on Saturday. Unrestricted travel within Welsh borders is now permitted, self-contained holiday accomm…
 
This week we had a few technological problems so we worked differently. We discussed the violent protest in Britain against the right to protest non-violently. You couldn't write the script. We developed ideas of what's really behind such nonsense before moving to mums waitingoutside schools in the morning-some of them in curlers and nightwear! Wha…
 
The pandemic has revealed a lot about the human race....it has illustrated how kind and caring some people can be and how stupid and selfish others can be.......it is assumed we are all intellectually the same but as I have always said we are still evolving...some a lot slower than others.....Christmas was the perfect example where the population a…
 
In Stance, Chrystal Genesis is joined by actor and activist Alix Wilton-Reagan to unpack pregnancy and birthing experiences right now. Bringing to the forefront women’s voices from around the world, we explore what it means to be pregnant during the pandemic with Doula Maiysha Campbell Kramer, and Positive Birthing Movement Founder and Author Milli…
 
Come with Stance to Jamaica to explore the old and new currents shaping the shifting arts and cultural scene. We speak with musicians, creatives, artists, and activists to discuss the Jamaica of today We head to the National Gallery of Jamaica to explore Jamaica Jamaica, a touring exhibition highlighting the islands fascinating and storied celebrat…
 
To mark our fourth birthday Stance Takes is here with a special programme celebrating the black image in visual arts. Tired of the old interpretations of the black image and inspired by new forces that are redefining who gets to choose, view and critique the Black image, Stance brings you a podcast profiling the curators and visual researchers who …
 
To mark the New Year Stance Takes is back with a special programme celebrating a new book Forces of Art which champions the work of artists and arts organisations across the world. We travel to the Choco region of Colombia to look at the work of Más Arte más Acción, who are using art and the rainforest to innovate change. We cover Syrian artists in…
 
In this episode of Stance, we cover music, literature and politics by asking whether 2020 marks a tipping point for the system of Failing Upwards. Are we seeing the beginning of a Tearing Down as the incompetence of populist leadership is laid bare? We chat with academics, authors and politicians including Chryl N. Laird, Taylor Small, Tomas Chamor…
 
In this episode of Stance, Chrystal Genesis covers the creatives and change-makers on the African continent through music, visual art, politics and film. We speak with the iconic Ghanian musician and father of Highlife and Afrobeat, Ebo Taylor, and his son Kweku about his life's work. We head to Morocco to discuss the continent’s dynamic and evolvi…
 
In this special show, Stance visits Paris to explore the fresh and creative cultural landscape of this iconic, global city. We discuss literature, film, music and podcasts as Chrystal Genesis is joined by Lory Martinez, host of Mija Podcast and Founder of the Paris based Studio Ochenta. We speak with comedian and director Jean-Pascal Zadi about his…
 
We cover film, literature, music and dance starting with the documentary On The Record, which charts decades of abuse at the hands of US Hip Hop Mogul Russell Simmons. We discuss this and more with the author of Miseducation: A Woman’s Guide to Hip Hop Shanita Hubbard, Kierna Mayo, an exec at The Lena Horne Prize and former editor-in-chief of Ebony…
 
Co-hosts Pieter Biersteker and Kian Byrne sit down with Professor Sergey Radchenko to gain some insight into the Soviet view of the Korean War. Professor Radchenko outlines some interesting archives to explore and discusses the future of the field of international history.Von Cold War International History Project
 
Esteemed historian Samuel Wells joins co-hosts Pieter Biersteker and Kian Byrne to discuss the broader context of the Korean War and how US President Harry Truman made the decision to involve the US in the conflict. According to Dr. Wells, much of our understanding of the Korean War today is due to the opening of the former Soviet archives in the e…
 
In the first episode of International History Declassified, co-hosts Pieter Biersteker and Kian Byrne speak with Dr. Charles Kraus of the History and Public Policy Program about the origins of the Korean War and the Chinese perspective. Dr. Kraus explains the role of Mao Zedong in the decision to invade South Korea, and how Chinese see the war toda…
 
.....and still they pull down statues and meet up for rave parties and charge around with their stupid pointless protests....which does make you wonder about university education....seems to me it makes these students THINK they are clever....the only purpose these idiots are achieving is to spread this virus and prolong the epidemic but they don't…
 
.....and we have gained some new expressions each day....the latest is Priti Patel has been accused on "gas lighting"...whatever that means but it fits in nicely with"pandemic"...."Spike"...."Social distancing"...."2 metre rule"....I wonder who has the job of thinking these words up "Hey George...we need another saying for today"...."Yeah O.K.....h…
 
Piers Morgan is back in the morning after a welcome break...welcome for us that is.......and just when we have had enough of Dominic Cummings off goes Piers ranting on about him which serves no purpose except to get everyone's back up again...MOVE ON PLEASE!!....we heard all this last week and we have had enough....the bottom line is we are a natio…
 
In this show we cover health, food, performance art and music as Stance starts off by asking what lies behind the loss of black lives during COVID-19 as Chrystal Genesis is joined by Shanae Dennis, a biochemist, journalist & campaigner and by Charlene Prempeh, who runs A Vibe Called Tech, set up to address the absence of black voices in conversatio…
 
The media plus the general public have reached a new low....Dominic Cummings who is our P.M.s right hand man has disgraced himself...at least he has according to the papers and the TV news who have created an uproar in our population of sheep....he travelled 250 miles from London to Durham because he was worried about the health of his four year ol…
 
There were protests planned around the country by The Freedom Party who are a bunch of boneheads who regard the lockdown as "illegal"....fortunately common sense prevailed and the police sorted it....one of the venues was supposed to be at Birkenhead Park which is local to me....it didn't happen but there was a gathering in Hyde Park in London wher…
 
Boris Johnson's wonderful speech to the country has not gone down too well....personally it made no sense to me at all....it is total confusion....I fail to see the difference between going into a supermarket and keeping away from other people or going for a walk in a park and keeping away from other people....the key is KEEPING AWAY FROM OTHER PEO…
 
Still wondering what's going on regarding our lockdown situation.....they talk about the over 70s as if we were a bunch of old doderies....welcome to the scrapheap.....we have been fortunate in as much as we can go out for daily exercise which does make a difference and the delivery firms do a fantastic job saving us having to go to the shops....it…
 
In this episode of Stance we have visual arts, music, politics and film featuring Bobi Wine, the Ugandan politician and musician hoping to be the country's next president; Iranian visual artist Shirin Neshat guides us through her work culminating in her new exhibition, Land of Dreams. British singer Ghostpoet introduces his new album I Grow Tired B…
 
The virus situation is getting pretty desperate....and we have politicians prattling on about what might "possibly" happen....I know it's a new situation we are in but they don't seem to have a clue.....we can only go out to exercise or get food or medicine yet planes are landing at airports with passengers from countries where the virus is rife...…
 
The lockdown continues and the virus continues to seriously affect the nation.....at least the majority of people obeyed the rules over the Easter holiday...with of course the usual morons who don't think it applies to them....but it's hard to see where this will end...the number of casualties continues to rise so our "isolation" doesn't seem to be…
 
We are still in self isolation which should make a lot of people realise not to take so much for granted when this is all over....it's strange situation to be in as you well know....but at least we can go out for a bit of exercise and the television programmes are so bad I don't bother buying the weekly TV magazine...no point.....and we have a new …
 
The virus is still filling the news and now the government are being criticised for not acting sooner....which doesn't help the situation....as usual those who sit back and look for someone to blame should perhaps get off their arses and actually DO something constructive....it's supporters we need not critics....it's something we have never experi…
 
Stance asks: Is This For Real? as we explore authenticity through the growth of lab-grown diamonds within the jewellery industry with filmmaker and journalist Harriet Constable and with 77Diamonds co-founder Tobias Kormind; we speak with bestselling author Susannah Cahalan about her book Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness which uncovers mental heal…
 
Ttousands decided to walk up Snowdon in Wales at the weekend while others piled into the parks....which just about sums up the mentality of our nation...not to mention the panic buying in supermarkets.....so now we are in some sort of "lockdown"......and with the great variety of intellects this has naturally caused an uproar with questions being f…
 
With the coronavirus flooding the news every day we have a new word which is utilised by every news presenter..."Lockdown"...which I always thought applied to prisons and American movies.....what is wrong with "quarantine" or is that too English?....we are being infiltrated with Americanisms such as "go figure"..."24/7"...."high 5"....and worst of …
 
The media are still trying to scare everyone announcing more numbers each day of those contacting the corona virus...what we are not told is how many have actually recovered....and this has caused our nation of sheep to panic buy toilet rolls and hand sanitisers ... in case we all have to lock ourselves in our houses....there have been THREE fatali…
 
Stance takes on Institutions and explores some of their inner workings and how best to navigate them with professor and journalist Gary Younge, economist and former head of the British Civil Service Gus O’Donnell, actor, campaigner and Chancellor of the University of Nottingham Lola Young and we look into the care system with @CPositivista. We prof…
 
Stance interrogates what Belonging means through tattoo art, literature, music and journalism as Chrystal Genesis is joined by guest editor, author, journalist, Artistic Director and CEO of The Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Hannah Azieb Pool. We explore the theme of Belonging through the lens of people of the African diaspora. In this original and eye-…
 
To celebrate our 3rd birthday, Stance Takes is back bringing you two live discussions on nightclub culture. We start with Beats, Racism and Strife as we explore prejudice and discrimination in the nightclub space over the decades. We examine how the commodification of black music intersects with racist door policies and politicized dance floors. We…
 
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