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Hello thereThis is the podcast feed for an eclectic and wonderous creative mix of podcasts under the Quirky Voices Presents banner. Welcome!I have an interview show / MADIVA podcast (Modern Audio Drama Indie Voice Acting) and this is focused on exploring the craft of voice acting through interviews with working Va’s, producers, Showrunners and directors. Anyone F’Coffee is a women’s health podcast hybrid audio drama / interview show.I wrote it and it stars women who actually suffer from the ...
 
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Today, we share an episode of The Science of Happiness, a podcast produced by our colleagues at the Greater Good Science Center. Host and UC Berkeley psychology professor Dacher Keltner talks with Berkeley Journalism professor and bestselling author Michael Pollan about what it was like for Pollan to give up Twitter — something that he found was be…
 
Ehren Tool is the ceramics studio manager in the Department of Art Practice at UC Berkeley and a veteran of the 1991 Gulf War. In his off-time, he makes brutal-looking clay cups to start conversations about war. Since 2001, he has made and given away more than 21,000 of them. Here he is — in his own words — talking about his cups. Listen to the epi…
 
DARE YOU GET PAST THE INTRO To enjoy This kids gentle comedy horror story - THE GHOST WHO LOST THER SCARE??? Join the Screamdents at the Great British Scare Sghoul on an original adventure by Sarah Golding (28% scary) AND NARRATED BY Fiona Thraille (30% scary😎) with BOO! The scariest ghost in the sghoul(98% scary) - summoned to the Giant Head Teach…
 
In 2018, China enacted a policy that effectively banned the import of most plastics and other materials. "That really, I think, was the Chinese government drawing a line in the sand and saying, 'Look, we don’t want to be seen as the world’s garbage dump anymore,'" said Kate O'Neill, a professor in UC Berkeley's Department of Environmental Science, …
 
Hide A short horror story full of tension and ....horror for the BOGIES AND GHOULIES short season - Season three......by Sarah Golding Tom, a young boy cannot get to sleep - he hears something...someone breathing in his bedroom late at night. His mum, trying to get her work done tries to comfort him. Tom convinces her to look for the 'monster'. Wha…
 
Hello! I have some exciting new content to share with you! Yes! Today we introduce you to ANOTHER GROOVY AF... QUIRKY VOICES SHOWCASE - NEW VOICE ACTING STUDENTS OF AUDIO JOY INTRODUCING JOEY HERNANDEZ in - EXISTENTIAL DREAD - GORY MONSTER HORROR - Here launcheth the first of 8 groovy pieces as a showcase vehicle for some of my brilliant last cohor…
 
Hello! I have some exciting new content to share with you! Yes! Today we introduce you to... QUIRKY VOICES SHOWCASE - VOICE ACTING STUDENTS OF AUDIO JOY INTRODUCING ASHLEY BAKER ! in - DETECTIVE DUCK - A WHODUNNIT SOLVED - Here launcheth the first of 8 groovy pieces as a showcase vehicle for some of my brilliant last cohort of voice actors from the…
 
Hello! More, New, exciting content to share with you! Yes! Today we introduce you to..... QUIRKY VOICES SHOWCASE - VOICE ACTING STUDENT OF AUDIO JOY INTRODUCING TAYLOR GARCIA VON- BILJON ! in - 5 TEETH?!! A KIDS TOOTH FAIRY ADVENTURE - Today I release 6 of these wonderous students out into the world to be cast in allll of the things! Every one of t…
 
Hello! I have some exciting new content to share with you! Yes! Today we introduce you to... QUIRKY VOICES SHOWCASE - VOICE ACTING STUDENTS OF AUDIO JOY INTRODUCING JEFF TAYLOR ! in - ARE YOU AWAKE - Here launcheth the first of 8 groovy pieces as a showcase vehicle for some of my brilliant last cohort of voice actors from the latest Quirky Voices V…
 
Hello! Hurray! Some more new content to share with you! Yes! Today we introduce you to... QUIRKY VOICES SHOWCASE - VOICE ACTING STUDENTS OF AUDIO JOY - INTRODUCING KAYLA RIVERA...IN ...KIDSPLAY! Here launcheth the second of 8 groovy audio pieces, as a showcase vehicle for some of my brilliant last cohort of voice actors from the latest Quirky Voice…
 
Hello! I have some exciting new content to share with you! Yes! Today we introduce you to... QUIRKY VOICES SHOWCASE - VOICE ACTING STUDENTS OF AUDIO JOY - INTRODUCING JUSTIN PRICE! IN.....SPINNING. Here launcheth the first of 8 groovy pieces as a showcase vehicle for some of my brilliant last cohort of voice actors from the latest Quirky Voices Voi…
 
The labor economist and UC Berkeley professor of economics, who won the 2021 Nobel Prize in economics, talks about why his research on the economics of the minimum wage, immigration and education was so controversial — and how it continues to be today. Listen to the episode and read a transcript on Berkeley News. (UC Berkeley photo by Keegan Houser…
 
Hello All So huzzahs! Here we have the aftershow chat! Yes! The whole cast and crew chilled on zoom to put the world to rights, share more insight into audio drama creation, and life as a voice actor and audio drama writer, foley artist and composer....and more! Hearty thanks to all who supported the fundraiser. If you too would like to contribute …
 
Hello people of the world! And so begins a new gentle deluge of Quirky related audio drama content for your delectation and delight! This week we start with the release of DASHINGLY QUIRKY LIVE! A wonderous celebration of new writing - new, uplifting, comedy writing - from our winners of this years comp! This year for the 'LIVE!' aspect, we were de…
 
In January 2015, 15-year-old Mariana Soto Sanchez woke up one Saturday morning at her home in Ontario, California, with weakness in her hand. Within minutes, the feeling had spread throughout her body. Her parents rushed her to the hospital. By the time they got there, she had total paralysis. Later that night, they found out she had a rare disorde…
 
Growing up in a Mexican household in San Diego, California, Berkeley student Alexa Carrillo Espinoza says there was always dancing in her home. She'd always wanted to try ballet folklórico, a traditional Mexican dance, but never had the chance. So, when she saw Ballet Folklórico Reflejos de Mexico tabling on Sproul Plaza as a first-year student in …
 
Third-year UC Berkeley student Maryam Karimi was born in Afghanistan in September 2001. A month later, the United States invaded Afghanistan following the Sept. 11 attacks. The Taliban was ousted from power, but everyday violence remained. Her family applied for asylum and eventually settled in Fremont, California, when Maryam was 12. Now, she and …
 
Berkeley News writer Kara Manke discusses a new report from UC Berkeley that shows how allowing lightning fires to burn in Yosemite’s Illilouette Creek Basin recreated a lost — and more resilient — forest ecosystem. Listen to the episode and read a transcript on Berkeley News. (Photo by Emily Gonthier) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out …
 
Hello and WELCOME to the final episode of this MADIVA season - woohoo! I feel a bit emoshe! Thanks muchly to Zachary Fortais-Gomme (also of The Orphans and Quid Pro Euro) Maddy Searle (also of Snazzy Tapir Productions and Rusty Quill) who wax lyrical about their new show and what it was like finding the characters and working with their brilliant c…
 
In this interview, Savala Nolan, executive director of Berkeley's social justice center, talks about the "deeply corporeal nature" of her new memoir, Don't Let It Get You Down. "The body is where it all happens," she says. "It's where we experience life. It’s where we experience the world — the joys and the frictions. It’s where we experience the c…
 
HELLOOOOO Oh my oh my - stop what you're doing and listen to this brilliantly inspiring team - collaborators Tim Krause and Sarah Rhea Werner - partners in real life - have made for your delectation and delight OMEN PODCAST (links below). This is a swashbuckler of a groovy show, and yeah, I gots me a cameo In the rather nasty pirate NAT (WOOHOO - B…
 
Over the summer, we have been revisiting some of our favorite episodes. In this episode, from 2018, then-Ph.D. candidate Sonia Travaglini talks about how we could use fungi, of which there are more than 5 million species, to mitigate a wide range of environmental and social crises — just by letting them eat our waste. Listen to the episode and read…
 
Hey folks Woah What a hot week for hot folks doing hot things? Can you breattttthe? Well, hey, hope you are taking breaks in those booths for air and water and food and rest in these extreme temps if you're in a country that seems unusually hot atm, and STRAP IN for an ep all about BREATH CONTROL. TODAYS DELIGHTFUL KNOWLEDGABLE GUEST IS Jessica Den…
 
HELLOOO Welcome to EPISODE 412 of this voice acting podcast made with love and passion for the medium of audio drama JUST FOR YOUUU! Yeh YOUUU! Hallo! I'm Sarah Golding and I love making stories come to life as a voice actor m'self n'all. Feel free to cast us both! We won't minddd.... In this episode I talk to the lovely ANDREW JACK all about going…
 
While Fiat Vox is on summer break, we have been revisiting some of our favorite episodes. Today’s episode, originally released in April 2019, is a conversation between UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ and Professor Emerita Carol Clover about what it was like for women in the academy 50 years ago and how it has changed. They also discuss what it …
 
While Fiat Vox is on summer break, we have been revisiting some of our favorite episodes. Today's episode, originally released in February 2020, is about how the 1955-56 bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama, which lasted for more than a year, was led by a group of Black women activists working behind the scenes: the Women's Political Council. In June…
 
HELLOO! Sarah Golding here - how am ya? THE 411 IS....THIS IS THE 50TH MADIVA EPISODE! WOOT WOO I am so excited that this is episode 50. I fit this in around my other voice acting roles, teaching kids and courses, organising live Dashingly Quirky funnnn an…
 
Hello audiodrama lovers! HUZZAHS SARAH GETS TO CHAT TO ERIKA SANDERSON ABOUT ALL THINGS PLAYING WITH VOCAL WARES FOR CREATING A PLETHORA OF CHARACTER VOICES! Have I got a fun treat for you! Yes! I was lucky enough to chat to the brilliant Erika Sanderson of many many podcasts on all things origins of finding she could do voices, to being part of a …
 
Hellooo HOW ARE YOU CRAZY WORLD!>?? Welcome to THEEE podcast that chats to folks all about and in and around VOICE ACTING FOR INDIE AUDIO FICTION. Today, just for glorious you, here's a super jam packed episode in conversation with THE AMAZING Sarah Shachat on all things DIRECTING VOICE ACTORS. Sarah shares some fabulous useful insightful tips on r…
 
Fiat Vox is going on summer break! We'll be back with new episodes in mid-August. In the meantime, we'll be revisiting some of our favorite episodes. Here's one from 2019 about UC Berkeley staffer Erika Johnson, who talks about why her family fled Ukraine after World War II and how ballet connects her to her culture like nothing else does. (Today, …
 
Hello World! How beautiful you are. Here's the most uplifting of interviews with...quite frankly one of THE BEST VOICE ACTORS EVER MADE, EVER. Always awesome, always astutely realised characters and instantly recognisable - yusss BETH OF EYRE. We talk all things getting you organised so you can have space to play! Yep. From pre prep of auditions to…
 
Today, in the final episode of a three-part series, playwright and UC Berkeley professor Philip Kan Gotanda discusses how, in his Asian American theater workshop, he encourages students to approach issues, like anti-Asian violence, from an "inside-out" point of view, where they look at the world with Asians at the center. We also hear from a studen…
 
Helloooo So I am HUGELY excited to present this HUGELY informative chat on all things business that voice actors should at least have on their radar, if not start to do 'something' about! There are several progression levels to a voice actors career, and in this chat, THE FABULOUS Marguerite Kenner shares some truly important things you need to sta…
 
In the second part of a three-part series, playwright and UC Berkeley professor Philip Kan Gotanda discusses how he began to write music during the emerging Asian American movement, which began at Berkeley in the late 1960s. And how, after his music career didn’t take off as he’d hoped, he went to law school, where he wrote his first play. Now, he’…
 
Hello all Well here we are with ep 406 already and one of my fave creatives who I've enjoyed listening to and reading...joins me for some bantz...and we find out we went to the SAME university....AT THE SAME TIME. So. There's a little bit of fading in and out, as I guess you don't want to hear us regaling stories of crazy student days! (Though patr…
 
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