Episode 50 Part 2 Scaricare Film
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In this episode, Dr. Kerim Yasar notes how the introduction of technologies of sound production and reproduction impacted Japanese daily life during the Meiji period. We touch on the ability of informative technologies like the telegraph and the telephone to spread ideas and tie the nation together, before discussing the spread of popular culture, such as Naniwa Bushi and other performative arts, through the gramophone, radio, and film.
In this episode, Dr. Alisa Freedman (Oregon) charts the urban space and lived experiences of Tokyo during the late-Meiji, Taishō, and Shōwa Periods as represented in literature, film, and popular culture. We discuss train culture both then and today -- touching on Tayama Katai, Densha Otoko (Train Man), "cell phone novels," and Kawabata Yasunari -- before talking about "modern girls" going around the world, from Hato bus guides in Tokyo to language teachers in North America.
In this episode, we move into the 2010s to find out how our study members were faring in their forties. We learn how BCS70 cast light on increasing rates of mental ill-health among men, and find out more about the most recent biomedical survey where participants were given a health MOT. We also chat to one of our in-house study detectives about the role they play tracing long lost study participants.
In this fourth episode, we move into the new millennium, when the study enjoyed a golden decade. With BCS70 greatly valued by scientists and policymakers, the study was funded to meet participants on three occasions and was regularly cited by New Labour in government policy. With this new-found recognition, researchers across the globe started using BCS70 in conjunction with other birth cohort studies to see how members of Generation X were faring compared to other generations. We also speak to study participants about their careers and lives in their thirties.
Oh, Mel. For the sake of good pedagogy, let us restate the plan. Today, we're talking about Islam, again, for two reasons. First, because we've been telling you for all the episodes ever, religion is imperial, which has meant, for our topic today, that Islam gets a particularly nasty gloss in the world religions paradigm. And second, we think you can't call yourself religiously literate without actually knowing how Islam is practiced in communities, or that Islam looks different in different regions, times and cultures.
This week, Steve, Allan and Ken look back at the release of both the film and the album "Magical Mystery Tour," its history of release as a film, the different formats of its audio releases, how some of the outtakes left out could have improved the film had they been used and the film and album's significance in Beatles history. Plus we look at recent Beatles news, including the upcoming changes and touring dates for Ringo and his All-Starr Band. As always, we welcome your thoughts about what you think about this episode of the show or any other episode. You can send your comments to our email address email@example.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page. Our shows appear just about every week. Please be sure and write a review of our show on our iTunes page. If you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. And thank you very much for your continued support. Our download numbers have been rising steadily each week as more people discover us and it's all because of you! So we thank you very much for supporting us.
This week, Steve, Allan and Ken review the recent "Sgt. Pepper's Musical Revolution" TV special that aired on PBS in the U.S. and the BBC in the UK. Allan also talks about his recent appearance as part of the "All You Need Is The Summer of Love" panel discussion at the Paley Center with Graham Nash, Michelle Phillips, Kenny Loggins and A.J. Pennebacker, while Ken talks about his appearance at the Fab 4 Music Festival in Connecticut put on by Charles Rosenay. Be sure to let us know what you think about this episode or any other. You can send your comments directly to our email address firstname.lastname@example.org, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you for listening. Don't forget, you can stream the show from our very own YouTube page. And we invite you to please write a review of our show on our iTunes page. Be sure to check our Podbean page and on iTunes regularly for our latest shows, which usually appear each week. And we're now available through the Tune In Radio app. Be sure to subscribe to one of our providers to get first word on when a new show is available. (Photo courtesy of Apple Corps Ltd.) 2b1af7f3a8