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A Who Cares? Scotland podcast, Objects, where the host, Charlotte Armitage, dives into conversation with Care Experienced people. The discussions are focused on the moments in life that shape us, the relationships that give us strength and the challenges that we overcome. Each guest brings three objects to the conversation, representing their life before, during and after care.
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Curious Objects
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Curious Objects

The Magazine Antiques

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Through interviews with leading figures in the world of fine and decorative arts, Curious Objects—a podcast from The Magazine Antiques—explores the hidden histories, the little-known facts, the intricacies, and the idiosyncrasies that breathe life and energy into historical works of craft and art.
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Imagine ‘show and tell’, but about how humanity has gone wrong. A podcast about big ideas, weird history - and tat. Join Dr Kasia Tee and Dan Hancox as they get drunk in the gift shop with the Angel of History. Find us also on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
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The Haunted Objects Podcast
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The Haunted Objects Podcast

Connor J. Randall, Greg Newkirk, Dana Newkirk

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Join full-time paranormal researchers Greg & Dana Newkirk (Amazon Prime's "Hellier", Discovery+'s "Kindred Spirits") as they dig into the history, folklore, and anomalous activity behind the world's most haunted objects. Tune in every other Monday to explore the mysteries behind UFO wreckage, cursed artifacts, psychic research, Bigfoot pheromones, and more!
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Hang out with advertising professionals Jerod Barlow (digital marketing expert) and Francis LaBelle (copywriter) in this conversational podcast. They'll discuss industry topics and trends — and try desperately to stay on topic.
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A two-count of British Smarks in North America who like to banter all things RAW, Smackdown, and 205Live in the WWE Universe. We don't pretend to know everything, but we always have a proper good laugh! #FOFM __________________________________________________ HOSTED BY Wade Gawler & Kieran Strange FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA • @ FOFMpodcast • @ Wadepool87 • @ KieranStrange INTRO MUSIC "Reckless" © Kieran Strange, 2015
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Unlikely Objects, Mostly (2022) A collection of everyday objects followed Alasdair Gray for long periods across the different rooms of his life, often appearing within the imagined worlds he conjured up as familiar motifs and devices. They now occupy prominent places within the Alasdair Gray Archive. In this new podcast series, we use these objects to draw together memories from Alasdair’s friends, colleagues and collaborators. In doing so, we explore deeper connections between the artist’s ...
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High Y'all, my name is Bianca and welcome to the blunt objects podcast! Blunt objects is a bi weekly podcast about true crime, mystery, and randomness. My guest and I will share our thoughts and theories about some of the darkest cases, strangest cults, random things we experience in our daily lives. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @BluntObjectsPod for future episode updates, pictures of dogs, and mini sessions. So sit back, relax and free your mind and Join my guest and I as we ...
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From a magician who inspired Shakespeare, and poems woven into Japanese prints, to manuscripts illuminated with the ancient love story of Layla and Majnun, this new podcast series will delve into the poetry and literature hidden in the collections at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. Join us each Friday, from 5 February, for a new audio adventure. Objects Out Loud is produced and presented by Lucie Dawkins.
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Convener Alexi Baker (CRASSH) Summary Objects in Motion brings together scholars, curators and artists from around the world to dialogue about material objects in transition - cultural, temporal and geographical. All material objects are produced within specific contexts – whether they are ancient Roman tombstones, century-old Inuit clothing, or modern video games. How are differences in use and meaning negotiated when these objects transition into other contexts? What continuities remain, a ...
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This podcast is for young adults who believe there is something more out there for them, but feel stuck, disoriented or overwhelmed. After having his hopeful Division I athletic career stripped away by a double injury and receiving multiple academic warnings, Brad created frameworks to help you build confidence, live intentionally, and make more money. If you're an ambitious young adult that's looking for the powerful mindset shifts, you'll want to listen. You'll be inspired to become an age ...
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Did you know that for one day in 1904 Lancaster looked a lot like the wild west? We speak to Dr Timothy Hickman from Lancaster University to find out about the man who brought the western frontier to the North West of England. Find out more about this intriguing portrait of famous showman Buffalo Bill.…
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This week we travel back to the seventeenth century, to the glorious court of the Sun King, Louis XIV, in France, and his astonishing commission for a suite of ninety-three carpets to cover the 1440-foot-long Grande Galerie at the Louvre, then a royal palace. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is now the proud owner of three of these carpets—the creati…
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Service! This week, we are hovering around ‘the pass’, checking our plating is okay, and asking how a simple labour-saving device, a coffee shop palette knife, caused Kasia so much angst and strife – “like a dagger to my heart”? Maybe it’s because of the uniquely painful and exhausting nature of working in food and drink service. Kasia and Dan disc…
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In this episode, Charlotte is joined by Thomas Carlton. A trained social worker, Thomas had social work involvement in his life since birth and was adopted at seven alongside his twin brother and younger sister. However, this meant they were separated from their other brothers and sisters. During his childhood, Thomas experienced multiple different…
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We're stepping back in time by looking at an intricately crafted clock today. This Georgian symbol of wealth and business brought two Lancaster merchants and their families together in a perfect emblem of the trade networks that spread locally, nationally and internationally. We speak to Susan Stuart to find out more about the Worswick family, the …
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In today's episode we explore the sometimes troubled life of a gifted local painter. We talk with artist Alistair Makinson about Reginald Aspinwall, his life, his work, and why his paintings are still so popular and captivating today.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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This week Ben speaks with three bigwigs of Gem X, an international club for jewelry aficionados. Founder Lin Jamison, Simon Teakle gallery director Christine Cheng, and returning Curious Objects guest Levi Higgs of David Webb discuss men in brooches, women in cuff links, and the fail-proof “smell test” for detecting real gold. These glitterati also…
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Today's object lets us explore the story of one of Lancaster's most decorative industries, and the main players in the world of stained-glass making. We speak with Gordon Clark to find out about this beautiful window design, the man in it, and the people behind it.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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In this special throwback episode of Curious Objects, Ben Miller takes listeners on a virtual tour of the suite of beaux-arts abodes built for the Vanderbilts, Oelrichs, Astors, and Berwinds by the likes of Richard Morris Hunt and Stanford White. These houses—referred to as “cottages” by their nouveau riche owners—have been lovingly maintained by t…
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In this episode we look at the life of a black entertainer who was a much-loved Morecambe figure. We speak to Valerie Waterhouse about the fascinating life of James Herns and the rare autobiography that he left behind to tell his story.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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Mice, lice, moths…and prehistoric-looking ‘weta’ grasshoppers. We are in the grips of a pest control moral panic. Could the humble hedgehog be the solution to the bedbug APOCALYPSE that newspapers keep telling us is wracking London? From Ancient Greek prayers for worms to eat someone else's crops, to lousy experiences of the Spanish Civil War, and …
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In this episode we are taking a look at one of the rarest textiles in Britain. A fascinating and enigmatic find that shines a light on a mysterious period in our history. The Quernmore shroud was part of a burial, discovered on a fellside, which raised as many questions as it answered. We speak to Carolyn Dalton and Professor Fiona Edmonds to find …
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Friend of presidents and billionaires, nemesis of Hitlerism, and helicopter skiing enthusiast, Kenneth Rendell is an antiquer who needs no introduction. But listeners hankering for more had best apply to Safeguarding History: Trailblazing Adventures Inside the Worlds of Collecting and Forging History, Rendell’s recently published memoir and the occ…
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Come back to the 1940s with us for a glamourous night when Morecambe resounded with the music of Harlem. We speak to Kirsty Roberts to find out about Adelaide Hall, the famous Jazz singer who brought glamour to the Winter Gardens.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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Jump in to another episode to find out about the history of the Morecambe Cross Bay Swim. We chat with Charlie Overett who worked as a pilot for the swim when he was just 13 years old, to find out more about the experience of those who took part in one of the toughest swimming challenges in the country.…
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This week host Benjamin Miller checks in with the intriguingly named Salt Lizard, a two-woman antiquarium at the center of hipsterdom: Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Lizzie Trinder and Rita Nehmé bring all their vocal-fried charm to bear on the shortcomings of fast furniture, what it was like doing business with reticent Millennials and Zoomers during the…
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We're looking at a heroic story from Lancaster's past in this episode. Andrew Walmsley talks to us about the Royal Humane Society Medal and the local people who were awarded it for saving their fellow Lancastrians who fell into the Lune.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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Come with us in this episode and take a step inside the Williamsons linoleum factory. But make sure you follow the rules! We're looking at a rule board from the factory with Inga Jackson to find out more about what life would have been like for the workers.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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This week host Benjamin Miller engages Lillian Stoner, a scholar of classical antiquity, in a wide-ranging discussion about the quirks and inequities of provenance, tomb robbery, and repatriation as it concerns objects of the ancient world. Of particular concern is the infamous “hot pot” that was once on display in New York City: the Euphronios or …
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This episode involves an historic inn, two Victorian authors, and a ghost, all the elements needed for a spooky look into Lancaster's very own ghost story. Find out all about the sinister tale which Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins wrote while staying in the town, and how the tale they created might say more about Victorian society, and a woman's…
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Recorded on a hungover rainy Sunday, it's a history-on-TV episode, and it's an episode about HISTORY IN THE FIELD. Literally in the field, or rather in a field: metal detecting, archeology, and a little bit of mudlarking on the side. Don't we all want to find some buried treasure? This week, Dan and Kasia talk about the sweet and gently profound Ma…
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Returning for season 2, Charlotte sits down and speaks with David Anderson. A proud Dundonian, David was taken into care when he was 11. He experienced multiple different types of care before eventually aging out at 16. Since then he has been a social worker and campaigned for change for the Care Experienced community. He moved to Spain where he me…
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In this episode we get a taste of the not-so-sweet history of sugar, and a merchant who imported it into Lancaster in the Seventeenth Century. Find out more about the man behind a tiny token from the collection, and how sugar became a key battleground in the abolition campaign.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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Amber gameboards became very popular in northern Europe at the beginning of the seventeenth century, and the subject of this week’s episode represents the very best of type. A symphony of richly figured amber, silver, and silver gilt, the Danzig-made board was used to play chess and the ancient Roman strategy game known today as Three Men’s Morris.…
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In today's episode we're examining Sunderland Point through the photographer's lens. We delve into the photographs, and the life, of John Walker, who created a fascinating archive of local views in the late nineteenth and early Twentieth Century.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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What connects a Lancaster merchant and the first President of the United states? More than you might think! In this episode we speak to Dr Mark McLay to find out about two radical figures separated by an ocean but connected by ideas, and one rather impressive medal.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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Like host Benjamin Miller, Oliver Newton specializes in silver—specifically, that from England, and especially silver from the nineteenth century and before. He has in hand a 1713 Anthony Nelme shaving bowl, one of those otherwise workaday objects made exceptional by fine craftsmanship, distinguished provenance, and, of course, the luster and value…
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Nick Dawes knows as much about antiques as probably anyone alive. With more than one hundred appearances on “Antiques Roadshow” since its US edition debuted in 1996, Dawes has sifted through thousands, perhaps millions, of family heirlooms in the thirty to sixty seconds allotted for each supplicant by the busy TV production schedule. Talking antiqu…
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Benjamin Miller is joined by Nathan Raab, principal at the Raab Collection, a purveyor of historic documents, manuscripts, and autographs that range from medieval codices to notes, signatures, and letters by the likes of Napoleon and Amelia Earhart. The firm’s inventory includes several items of especially national significance, such as the never-b…
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We're heading into Roman Britain and into the bodies of some ancient Romans as we talk to Bryan Rhodes about these Roman surgical forceps. What did the Romans believe about the human body and what can rare objects like this one tell us about what a Roman would face on the operating table over 1,500 years ago?…
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It's our 50th episode! Sort of. There's an asterisk. But it's sort of our 50th episode! To mark the occasion, Dan and Kasia are tackling their own logo, the Cursed Objects avatar and icon: the beans clock. They take on the politics of time, and discuss the use of the clock to discipline people into docile worker-drones. They learn the helpful unit …
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How is the Lune Valley connected to Richard III, the Gunpowder Plot, 600 gallons of beer and 40 large cheeses? The answer lies in Hornby Castle. Join us was we explore the centuries of fascinating history behind this beautiful building in today's episode.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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In today's episode we're diving into the chaos of Georgian politics through this print created by the Lancaster-based Rembrandt Intaglio Company. Find out not only how Lancaster was the site of an innovation in printing, but also how to survive the 'treating', bribery, and out right riots of an election in the 18th Century.…
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Hop on board for this episode to find out more about the history of ship building in Glasson Dock. We chat to Alex Pomeroy to find out more about this lost business which made and repaired dozens of ships at the heart of the community.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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This episode takes us into one of the least-understood centuries in the history of the Northwest. We talk to Carolyn Dalton, Museums Development Manager, about this beautiful but enigmatic silver mount which is part of a jigsaw of rare finds that are all we have to piece together the early medieval history of this area.…
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Come with us on a journey down one of Lancaster's most notorious streets, China Lane. Find out if it really deserved this reputation, and who the real people were behind this street which was given such a bad reputation by local newspapers.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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In this episode we find out more about this fascinating object which was only recent discovered by a local metal detectorist. A silver seal matrix, which depicts an enslaved African person. We find out more about this object and the sort of people in Lancaster and the surrounding area that might have owned it.…
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We speak to Bill Froggatt from the Canal and River Trust to find out more about the history of Lancaster Canal, starting with this fascinating notebook from 1792, which lists the names of the people who bought shares in the new canal venture.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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Clarissa von Spee, curator and Chair of Asian Art at the Cleveland Museum of Art, comes on the pod to discuss a pair of ornately carved Qing Dynasty jade vessels, made by masters in Suzhou, China. Probably luxury objects and perhaps gifts, they’re just a couple of the more than two hundred objects on view as part of the exhibition "China’s Southern…
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Dive into the history of one of Morecambe's most iconic buildings with us in this episode as we talk to Barry and Lesley Guise about the Super Swimming Stadium, home of the Aqua Loonies, Aqua Lovelies, and Miss Great Britain between the the 1930s and 1970s.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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What happens when a revolution dies? Jack Shenker witnessed firsthand the phenomenal Egyptian strike waves of the late 2000s that led to the toppling of the Mubarak regime, reporting from Tahrir Square and the towns and factories beyond - in 2016 publishing The Egyptians. This episode, our very special guest brings in a mug from the April 6th Youth…
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In today's episode we're following an object from Russia to Lancaster, and finally to the fields of Bentham. Emma Holborn tells us about this tiny lead flax seal which can shine a light on one of the biggest imports to Georgian Lancaster.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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Come on board with us in this episode where we look at the logbook from the ship Chatsworth with Dr John Worthington. We delve into the health of the sailors on board and take a look at some of the diseases and parasites they would have to deal with in 1783.Autor: Lancaster City Museums
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This week host Benjamin Miller welcomes back an old friend: Glenn Adamson, ANTIQUES contributor and now editor of Material Intelligence, an online quarterly published by the Chipstone Foundation. The upcoming issue of the journal concerns leather, one of the oldest as well as the commonest human-worked materials. From its sartorial to industrial ap…
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