Nasreen Ismael, Marketing Consultant for Coffee & Cocktails Podcast On February 20th at 2pm GMT, our marketing consultant , Nasreen Ismael, will be giving a live workshop on marketing advice as part of our workshop series on podcast production. You can DM us to learn more. Otherwise, registration is available now on Patreon!
Our most recent bonus episode this year on the Coffee & Cocktails podcast was fun, and a drastic change from the daily humdrum of our THIRD lockdown in less than a year. So, if you're looking for some fun banter about 'women's things', history, and folklore then I highly suggest you nuzzle up to this… Continue reading Bonus episode: Queen Elizabeth’s time of the month: women’s issues through the ages
ESL (English as a Second Language) courses are now available with Dr Ann Wand starting the week of January 25th. Dr Wand is a certified ESL (English as a Second Language) instructor (TEFL) with over 10 years' experience working with international students ranging from middle school, high school, to university-aged students, and adults (including Oxford… Continue reading ESL courses available with Dr Ann Wand- Discount until January 25th
Abigail Seldin, CEO of the Seldin/Haring-Smith Foundation, and Founder of SwiftStudent This Saturday we'll be interviewing American Philanthropist, and Forbes 30 under 30, Abigail Seldin, founder of SwiftStudent. A former Rhodes Scholar and Doctoral Candidate at the University of Oxford, she'll be giving us advice on the road less traveled and how she transitioned from… Continue reading Upcoming episode on entrepreneurship with CEO and Forbes 30 under 30, Abigail Seldin
Many thanks to our producer, Richard, for putting together an incredibly in depth workshop a few weeks ago on the tech side of podcast production. Richard, who works as a senior systems engineer for Solid State Logic, one of the world's leading companies on recording consul devices, set aside some time last month. In his… Continue reading Workshop now available on the tech side of Podcast Production!
This New Year's episode is a particularly special one to me as it was a 20 year reunion with an old friend of mine whose work I came across in the New York Times about his adoption from Vietnam. Entitled 'Why did she leave me there?', Kacey talks about the emotional trauma that he faced… Continue reading New Year’s episode on gang culture and ‘the hero’s journey’
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyltwjdSqY4&t=2052s Taken from our Patreon vault from October 2020, this bonus episode is with astro-photographer and Fellow of the Astronomical Society, Mary McIntyre, FRAS. She talks about the fascinating world of shadows and how the use of photography (and a little bit of math) can provide us with incredible information about the planets in our… Continue reading Bonus Episode: Shadows in space and the stories they tell
Our Krampus episode is now available on YouTube for those lovers of the Yule god, and all things dark and enticing! Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4N2wwr2oWFI&t=1s
The C&C team is currently trying to figure out the next series starting this Spring. For ages I've contemplated doing a series on 'Controversial texts' (think 'the Satanic verses', the 'Book of Judah', you name it), the historical reasons behind their creation and the societal impact they've had over the centuries (if not decades). But… Continue reading New Spring Series: Looking for suggestions!
By: Matt Ensminger People Dressed as the Kurent parading down the street. Photo by Carlo Ghio, 18 April, 2013 Winter has evolved to mean different things over time. In the past it was a scary period for most people because it was associated with death. Between the cold and sicknesses, desperate carnivores looking for an… Continue reading Winter Festivals: Food Traditions of Kurentovanje