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In this episode, the Podcast is about the depressed persons who hesitate to share their problems and filled their mind with the stress. Share this episode with your friends who conceal their problems and filling themselves with stress. Thanks for Listening😇 and Keep doing support. Text me for suggestions in Instagram @_yuvaah_ and follow our Instagram page (@_the_daily_diary_2020)
This episode is about the persons who get anger by this tensed world and adviced to be calm. Nowadays people who get angry maximum, will surely can't survive with good physical health and easily lose their best relationships because of angerness! Share this podcast with your friends who need this advice to get out of the anger room, Thanks for Listening😇. Keep Supporting. Text me for suggestions in Instagram @_yuvaah_ and do follow our instagram page @the_daily_diary_2020 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode, was explained about that don't think too much of things without staying worth. Be the one who don't feel stressed only because of Overthinking. Share this podcast with your friend who needs the advice for alwayz thinking like a Overthinking Man without any reason. Thanks for your support. Do share and stay Tuned. Text me for suggestions in Instagram @_yuvaah_ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode the podcast is about people who compare themselves with some others and don't know the Value. So stop comparing and know your value. Do share to your friends whom need to know this message. Thanks for listening😊
This episode is about smiling is the one which makes us to feel that we are happy and it's the Best medicine for all our Problems. You're not always surrounded by your stress, take some time to feel your good surrounding by deep smile. Keep supporting and share this episode Who don't know about Smile
This episode is about the people who changes because of someone's forced words and the person who don't let someone to live the life with their own wish. So Don't change yourself for some others. Be the best person you want and live your life happily till the end.
The episode with lot of fun we had in our school times and missing the best ones and the memories. Do share with your friends and remember the fun you had on your school
This episode is about the persons who don't have guts to show their talents to this world, because of No appreciation. So appreciate and motivate the talented persons to make their life successful.
In this episode, the podcast is about the Happiness from kids and no more negativity was surrounded them. To know more, support Daily Diary
In this episode,the podcast has interesting thing about the daily working womens in our home without rest. To respect and help them in holidays and support Daily Diary podcast
In the final episode of this series, I'll be going over what the future has in store . You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook and Twitter @expresspodcasts, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you like this show, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts so other people can find us. You can also find us on http://www.indianexpress.com/audio.
In this episode of Likh, the Process, I talk to stand-up comedian and part-time producer, Sahil Horane. He talks about how he got into comedy, organising open mics and developing the Pune scene. You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook and Twitter @expresspodcasts, or send us an email at email@example.com. If you like this show, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts so other people can find us. You can also find us on http://www.indianexpress.com/audio.
Listen to carnatic classical vocalist Kunnakkudi Balamurali Krishna talk about the Margadi festival, how he prepares for his live performances, his early days training and more.
Listen to carnatic classical vocalist Brinda Manickavasagam talk about what she puts into her practice, how she chooses to master a musical piece, her live performances and what she tries to bring to her music.
Listen to carnatic classical vocalist Sathekaraman talk about how he tries to gauge his audience, what live performance means to him, as well how the discipline of carnatic music allows for expression.
Listen to carnatic classical vocalist Sanjay Subrahmanyan talk about why he loves carnatic music, his love for Tamil as well as the current state of carnatic classical music.
Listen to stand-up comedian and event producer Punit Pania talk about writing, why he loves stand-up comedy, gatekeepers and how running comedy events can be sustainable.
Comedy writer Rahul Hota talks about the origins of comedy collective Them Boxer Shorts, how they wrote comedy sketches and breaks down the writing process behind comedy web series Better Life Foundation.
Listen to stand-up comedian Deep Chhabria on how his material has changed over the last 7 years, how he constructs his sets, how his approach to comedy has changed, and what he’s learned and observed while performing in the New York comedy circuit.
There'll be some changes to the show, I talk about what it's been like so far, as well as upcoming interviews and also an addition to the format of the show which I am excited about. Listen in to see how you can get involved!
Listen to marathi playwright Yugandhar Deshpande discuss how he dropped out of engineering college and moved to Bombay, organising his own storytelling events and the process of writing his plays.
Listen to comedian and writer Pavitra Shetty talk about her first open mic, how she balanced her daily corporate IT job with writing jokes, how she picked up tools of the comedy trade and also steps taken to address sexual harassment in the wake of the recent #metoo movement in India.
Listen to Kaneez Surka. We discuss how she ended up pursuing comedy, doing improv, working on shows like ‘Queens Of Comedy’, ‘Comicstaan’ and ‘Improv All Stars’ and her own live Improv shows.
In this episode of Likh, the Process, we talk to Hindi-Urdu Poet, Spoken Word Artist, lyricist and Film maker, Ramneek Singh. He’ll be talking about his early forays into poetry while growing up in Jammu, the importance of venues and community building, how the Kashmir conflict has affected his poetry and he’ll also be giving us a breakdown of the creative process behind his poem “Jhelum”. To open, he does a special performance for the show of his poem ‘Mere Kavi Dost’. Check out the poems featured in this episode in their entirety by clicking the links below -- ‘Paaji’ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gs8IUYTQBbw) -- ‘Bhed Kavi’ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-O_DM8JwXc4) Follow @expresspodcasts on Twitter or find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/expresspodcasts to keep up with our shows and episodes. Find all our podcasts at www.indianexpress.com/audio (http://www.indianexpress.com/audio) .
In this episode of Likh: the Process, we talk to the poet and spoken word artist behind “A Brown Girl’s Guide to Gender", Aranya Johar. She tells us about how she got into poetry, organising spoken word events while still going to school, and what her life and poetry have been like since she went viral. To open, she does a special performance of her poem ‘Standing Tall’. You can listen to the full poems here: -- ‘A Brown Girl’s Guide to Gender’ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75Eh5OnNeoY) -- ‘A Brown Girl’s Guide to Beauty’ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZX5soNoPiII) -- ‘Bleeding Rani’ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZq3tTDrj-k&t=) Follow @expresspodcasts on Twitter or find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/expresspodcasts to keep up with our shows and episodes. Find all our podcasts at www.indianexpress.com/audio (http://www.indianexpress.com/audio) .
In the opening episode of Likh, the Process, we talk to poet, spoken word artist and founder of Unerase Poetry, Simar Singh. He tells us about how he got into poetry, Unerase poetry’s humble beginnings, his curation process, and what drives him to keep writing. To open, he reads an excerpt of his poem ‘Blackboards’ as a special performance for the show. LINKS Check out the poems featured in this episode in their entirety -- ‘The Legal Rapist’ by Simar Singh (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BujVLSbUmG0&t=) -- ‘A Brown Girl’s guide to Gender’ by Aranya Johar (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75Eh5OnNeoY) -- ‘The Privileges Of A Penis’ by Sudeep Pagedar (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGFU3ELlhUg&t=) Opening quote - "The Brakhage Lectures" (1970) (http://www.ubu.com/historical/brakhage/brakhage_lectures_revised.pdf) , Courtesy of the estate of Stan Brakhage. Follow @expresspodcasts (https://twitter.com/ExpressPodcasts) on Twitter or find us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/expresspodcasts) to keep up with our shows and episodes. You can tweet to Josh on @tig3rbabu (https://twitter.com/tig3rbabu)
The process of writing is complicated and intense, and often not at all what you expect it to be. Join Joshua Thomas every Wednesday as he profiles a wide spectrum of artists showing you how they have honed their craft and how they sustain themselves through their art.
Eric Robson hosts the horticultural panel programme from Bury St Edmunds. Bunny Guinness, Matthew Wilson and Christine Walkden answer the questions from an audience of local gardeners. Produced by Dan Cocker Assistant Producer: Hannah Newton A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4.
Eric Robson hosts the programme from the Cornwall Garden Society Show. James Wong, Anne Swithinbank and Matt Biggs are this week's panellists, discussing the best ways to quickly compost perennial weeds, singing the praises of raised beds, and advising on how to rid your garden of invasive bamboo. The panel also takes a look at what the Cornwall Garden Society Show has to offer, and Chris Beardshaw investigates the gardening scene in Seattle, WA. Produced by Darby Dorras Assistant Producer: Laurence Bassett A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4.
Eric Robson chairs a special correspondence edition of the horticultural panel programme recorded at His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales' garden at Highgrove in Gloucestershire. The programme features an exclusive interview with The Prince of Wales about his new Highgrove Garden Festival in April. Throughout the programme, the team will explore what advice the amateur gardener can glean from the royal gardens, and panellists Bob Flowerdew, Bunny Guinness and Matthew Wilson take questions from listeners, which were sent in by post, email and social media. Produced by Darby Dorras Assistant Producer: Hannah Newton A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4.
Eric Robson hosts the horticultural panel programme from Teesdale. Pippa Greenwood, Matt Biggs and Christine Walkden answer the audience questions. This week, the panel recommend some 'must have' vegetables for a Victorian kitchen garden, how to get parsnips to grow in tricky conditions, and what best to replace a climbing rose with. Also, Eric Robson meets with Margaret Bradshaw, a local botanist who has been documenting the plants of Teesdale for the past sixty years. Produced by Dan Cocker Assistant Producer: Hannah Newton A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4.
Peter Gibbs hosts the horticultural panel programme from the Edible Garden Show in Warwickshire. Christine Walkden, Pippa Greenwood and James Wong are this week's panellists, answering audience questions on edible flowers, which varieties of strawberries can offer longer succession, how to get Cucamelons to fruit, and much more. The panellists also take a turn around the show itself, speaking to stall-holders and guests at the event. Produced by Darby Dorras Assistant Producer: Hannah Newton A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4.