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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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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…
 
Philip Kan Gotanda is a professor in UC Berkeley’s Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies and one of the most prolific playwrights of Asian American-themed work in the United States. In the first episode of a three-part series, Gotanda talks about growing up in Stockton, California, after World War II and the anti-Japanese racism that…
 
Hellllooooo voice actors of audio joy and audio drama lovers everywhere! This week I have the hugely inspirational LORY MARTINEZ of Ochenta Podcasts on the show, and we talk all things.... her ways in to creating Mija and then the founding of the company - Ochenta Podcasts and beyonnnddd. We talk how she voice acted through accents and language. an…
 
Helllooooo - how am ya?! So here we are at the aptly named FILE NOT FOUND EP 404.... I am riDICulously excited to once again chat to my audio and real life pal Fiona Thraille, producer, writer, and VA and tbh brilliant all round creative - employ her doooo for alll of the things! We talk all things archiving, saving, naming and sharing files, discu…
 
Fred DeWitt is a Master of Fine Arts student and the first artist-in-residence in the Department of Art Practice at UC Berkeley. DeWitt, 61, shares in his own words what the Black Panthers meant to him as a young boy growing up in the Bay Area, how Barack Obama’s election as president inspired him to go back to school to study art, and the complica…
 
HELLOOOO U GROOVESOME SOULS, WELCOME TO MADIVA PODCAST! Here's a more rounded look at, and advice on working with kids in INDIE AUDIOFICTION podcasts, 'n some advice on what 2 do pre recording, and when you have younguns in the recording space....as well as why libraries are important, the lowdown on the Google creator programs, TRAX , and the joys…
 
Hellooooo! How are you wonderous folks of the world?! Thank you SO MUCH for listening to this VOICE ACTING Podcast - I feel joyous to share these jam packed groovy interviews with amazinggg creatives .....AND THIS WEEKKK.... _CAROLINE MINCKS AND INCLUSIVE PRACTICE IN AUDIO DRAMA FOR DISABLED CREATIVES (Specifically hard of hearing / deaf folks)_ I …
 
Berkeley News writer Ed Lempinen talks about why Berkeley Law professor Jonathan Simon thinks an acquittal of former police officer Derek Chauvin, on trial for the death of George Floyd, is more likely than not. Listen to the episode and read a transcript on Berkeley News. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Hello folks! YES MADIVA IS BACK and OH MY is this season jam packed with audio grooviness for you VOICE ACTORS OF AUDIO JOYYY! This first episode looks at 4 people's HOME RECORDING SETUPS 1) Jerry Kokich - Iphone7 and plug in mic 2) Brianne Leeson - Duvet Fort 3)Kirsty Woolven - OVC Booth 4) Tanja Milojevic - QC Acoustics booth List of equipment th…
 
Humans are a super-collective species that succeeds through cooperation and community, says Emiliana Simon-Thomas, science director of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley. But power and privilege, she says, can corrupt anyone — even the best, most morally guided people. “Social hierarchy is an interesting moderator of our empathic, nurtu…
 
"By gossiping about celebrities and by talking about what they've done that isn't so great, it allows us to establish our values as a community and also for me, as an individual, to advertise my values to the people I'm speaking with," says Julia Fawcett, a professor who teaches a course called The History of Celebrity in the Department of Theater,…
 
Rose Wilkerson, a sociolinguist and lecturer in the Department of African American Studies at Berkeley, shares how it feels to her to live in the U.S. as an African American. After Thoughts is a series that highlights moments from Fiat Vox interviews that didn’t make it into the final episode. This excerpt is from an interview with Wilkerson featur…
 
Hello All and welcome to the newest of Quirky Voices Productions - Rosa Kranz and Gilda Stern Arent DEAD ! I am crazy excited to present to you the most wonderful of scripts and some gently experimental audio fiction with an all female cast to celebrate International Women's Day. Born from an idea i…
 
When archeologists, funded by University of California benefactor Phoebe A. Hearst, found hundreds of crocodile mummies on an expedition to Northern Egypt in 1899, they were annoyed. They were searching for human mummies and artifacts, fueled by Egyptomania — the Western obsession with all things Egyptian. When they found papyri — paper's earliest …
 
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