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Episode 191: The Belinda Temple Case – Update

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SUMMARY: This content is a summary of the true crime , Southern Fraud True Crime. It warns listeners that the content may not be suitable for young listeners and may contain explicit language. The summary focuses on the update of the Belinda Temple case, where a main witness for the prosecution, Tammy Harland, was involved in a hit and run incident. Tammy was indicted for manslaughter and failing to stop and render aid. The episode provides a summary of the case, including the murder of Belinda Temple and the subsequent trials and appeals of David Temple, her husband and the main suspect. The episode concludes with the sentencing of David Temple to life in prison.

Hosted and produced by Erica Kelley

Researched and written by Gemma Harris

Additional writing by Erica Kelly

Original Graphic Art by Coley Horner

Original Music by Rob Harrison of Gamma Radio

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s Advice to the Young| Louisiana Channel

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SUMMARY: The advice for younger artists is to focus on creating and not worry about money or fame. It is important to make something that you are proud of and have faith that it can lead to a career. The idea is to pretend that thoughts about money and success don't exist initially, and instead focus on making something cool. It takes time to become successful as an artist, and it's important to enjoy the process and not rush it. It's also emphasized that labels and opportunities will come to you if you create something good, rather than contacting them endlessly. Overall, being an artist is a fulfilling but challenging lifestyle.

“If you focus on money, you're never going to get the stuff. And the stuff is what makes your career.” Ruban Nielson of Unknown Mortal Orchestra shares his advice to aspiring musicians.

“A lot of young people ask me questions about how you can get signed or how you can get your career started,” Nielson says. “I hope it doesn't sound like it comes from a place with too much privilege, but I think those concerns about career and things like that are really dangerous. Especially early on in an artist's journey.” To Ruban Nielson, it's fatal that young musicians focus on their craft rather than how to get money, fame or success. “You have to go away, make something good and then the labels will come to you.”

Unknown Mortal Orchestra is a New Zealand band formed in Auckland. It consists primarily of Ruban Nielson, Jacob Portrait and Kody Nielson. The band was formed by Ruban Nielson in 2009. The band's first album was released in 2011 on Fat Possum Records; four subsequent studio albums have been released on Jagjaguwar, the most recent being V (2023).

Ruban Nielson was interviewed by Malte Bruun Fals in June 2023. The interview was recorded in connection to Unknown Mortal Orchestra's participation in Brodie Sessions, a non-profit YouTube platform of curated music sessions. For more, visit https://brodiesessions.com/

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Produced and edited by Roxanne Bagheshirin Lærkesen

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José Andrés on the Healing Power of Food | Biscuits & Jam | Season 5 | Episode 1

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SUMMARY: In this episode of “Biscuits and Jam” hosted by Sid Evans, Jose Andres, a renowned chef and founder of World Central Kitchen, discusses his love for food, his culinary journey, and the work of his organization. They talk about the recently released World Central Kitchen cookbook and the significance of hospitality. Jose shares stories of his experiences in various disaster-stricken areas where he fed survivors and the importance of taking risks to create positive change. He also touches on the power of food to bring people together and foster empathy. The episode concludes with a discussion on the dangers of his work and his new graphic novel, “Feeding Dangerously.”

José Andrés was born and raised in Spain and has brought his love of Spanish cuisine to successful restaurants in New York City and Washington DC. While he now has dozens of dining establishments in a host of different cities, what really sets him apart is the work he's done with World Central Kitchen. Founded in 2010 in response to the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti, World Central Kitchen has gone on to feed survivors of hurricanes, tornadoes, and fires all around the world, as well as countless people traumatized by war.
In this episode, José talks to Sid about the many kitchens of his childhood, how cooking for those in peril is both an act of relief and a chance to learn, and how longer tables are perhaps the closest thing to a perfect place on Earth.

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Writer Eva Menasse: A Force Bigger Than Me | Louisiana Channel

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SUMMARY: This content discusses various aspects, including the themes of surveillance and human behavior, the significance of historical research in writing fiction, the author's use of dark wit in their writing, the importance of literature in interpreting human actions, the author's personal background and their approach to speaking out, concerns about the erosion of democratic values due to ideological extremism and technology, the dangers of digitalization and social media, the limitations of clear differentiation and the need for forgiveness and generosity in society, the role of art and the current challenges it faces in terms of censorship and moralization.

“Literature is forever. It's eternal.”

German author and journalist Eva Menasse about her acclaimed novel Darkenbloom, the need to speak up publicly and defend democracy against old and new enemies.

“Journalism or history has to stick with the facts and cannot interpret people's actions. This is what only literature or art can do. They bring these characters alive. This is what triggers me when I write fiction.”

The novel Darkenbloom circles around two historical events – the fall of the Iron Curtain in the fall of 1989 and a war crime in the Austrian town Rechnitz, close to the Austrian-Hungarian border, taking place at the end of the Second World War.

“I was a very shy person, but I think I was always determined, and this sense of outspokenness that people link up with me is just; it has some family roots. My father was a refugee as a child, and he had to emigrate to the United Kingdom at the age of eight years, where he was not allowed to speak German on the streets because, during war times, it was dangerous. When he returned, he rather did not talk about his past as a refugee child because, in these years right after the war, everybody wanted you to forget the past. So, he did not make a fuss about his particular life story. My brother and I were completely the opposite. We used to speak out as soon as we were able to publish, as soon as we were accepted as writers. I think we are making up at some point for what happened to our father.”

To Eva Menasse, it is essential to engage in social and political discussions beyond the realm of literature.

“When I'm participating in discussions, I always speak out as a citizen and part of our democracy. I really think that we are living in dangerous times, not only because of climate change but also because technology might be eating us up.”

“It is an interesting question if art can help understand these developments because art itself has become the goal of discussion. There's a lot: ‘Is this allowed or should this be prohibited in the arts? Should we cover up naked women?' These questions were discussed by the feminists in the 70s. And in the 70s, they said: ‘No, we should not cover up naked women. We should also show naked men.' Nowadays, it's the other way around. And this is frightening.”

Eva Menasse (b. 1970 in Vienna) is an Austrian author and journalist. She has studied history and German literature and is the sister of the known writer Robert Menasse. Menasse had a successful career as a journalist, writing for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung in Frankfurt and as a correspondent from Prague and Berlin. She left the paper to write her first novel, Vienna, which was shortlisted for the 2007 Independent Foreign Fiction Prize in the UK. Her acclaimed novel Darkenbloom will be published in the UK in the autumn of 2024. In November 2023, she published an essay on digitalisation, social media and the state of the public debate Alles und nichts sagen. Vom Zustand der Debatte in der Digitalmoderne.

Eva Menasse has received numerous awards: The Gerty Spies Prize for Literature, the Heinrich Böll Prize, the Friedrich Hölderlin Prize, the Jonathan Swift Prize, the Austrian Book Prize, the Bruno Kreisky Prize, and the Jakob Wassermann Literature prize. She was also a writer-in-residence in Mainz and a fellow at the Villa Massimo in Rome. Eva Menasse is also increasingly active as an essayist, for which she received the Ludwig Börne Prize in 2019. She lives in Berlin and is a founding member and, together with Deniz Yücel, spokesperson for PEN Berlin, launched in 2022.

Eva Menasse was interviewed by Marc-Christoph Wagner in August 2023. took place during the festival Louisiana Literature at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.

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