This podcast is about the movie “Arrival” (2016) directed by Denis Villeneuve which I am comparing to the short story called “Story of your Life” it is based on. I’m giving you a concise, and definitely not complete, overview about the similarities and also the differences between these two realizations. Finally, you have the opportunity to make up your own mind about this topic.
“What’s going on in the world” is a weekly podcast where people come together to talk about current events and to inform the listeners about, well, what’s going on in the world. Guests are all sorts of people that have insight into the week’s topics. The podcast deals with serious topics as well as with gossip. The main idea is to give our listeners a summary of the events of the last seven days.
This podcast is a special on the Royal Wedding, since it’s such a big event. It contains an interview with two experts and a collection of random facts of things that Meghan Markle is not allowed to do anymore, now that she is a Royal.
Is America still the land of the free? How has it changed since the election of Donald Trump in 2016? In this episode we try to find an answer.
This Edition of “Beauty and Media” deals with how media influences our
self-perception and can contribute to body shaming and eating disorders. We
will receive an insight into this topic through the eyes of the successful
model, Mandy Brown, and the famous psychologist, Dr. Linda Martin, who is
renowned for her works on how media impacts women’s self-perception.
This podcast will give a short overview about transgender rights and the issues we, as transpeople, have to face. It will furthermore attempt to give advice on how to be a better ally.
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Music: “Roadstar” contributed by musicfox.com (https://www.musicfox.com/info/kostenlose-gemafreie-musik.php)
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Nowadays children seem to be pretty addicted to their mobile phones. Instead of playing outside with their friends, they play with their phones. But is this actually true? We conducted a survey among school children at the Viktoria primary school in Frimmersdorf. Our podcast presents numbers and facts about this assumption.
Here is the next episode of JCK’s Small Film Talk. The photo hints at today’s topic. But come on in and listen to the small talk about big films by a little guy.