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You're dying, but you don't have to cooperate so enthusiastically with the process.

The Process Jude Brewer

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.5 • 754 Ratings

You're dying, but you don't have to cooperate so enthusiastically with the process.

    4: pishite pravdu

    4: pishite pravdu

    A young man finds a second home, and discovers a higher calling.

    Transcripts can be found at cooperatewiththeprocess.com

    Street interviews by Christopher Olin.
    Music by John Fio.
    Artwork by Allison Conway.

    Sources:
    The War Came To Us: Life and Death in Ukraine, by Christopher Miller
    The Trilateral Process: The United States, Ukraine, Russia, and Nuclear Weapons
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    • 52 min
    3: healing

    3: healing

    "I think there's a reason why we get into careers that we get into. And I'm not just like making a generalization, but I'm sure that there's a lot of fighters out there that had a really hard childhood."
    That’s Kimberly Shannon Murphy, she’s Hollywood’s go-to stunt double for premier silver screen actresses. If you’ve seen a movie or a TV show made in the last 20 years, chances are you’ve seen Kimberly without even knowing it.
    This story contains child abuse. But that is not what it's about. This is a story of survival, hope and healing.

    If you are experiencing sexual assault, you do not have to suffer alone. You can talk to someone for confidential 24/7 support by calling 1-800-656-4673.
    And for the 24/7 child abuse hotline, call 1-800-4-A-child, that’s 1-800-422-4453.
    If you know someone who is experiencing abuse, or if you suspect abuse, please don’t wait.

    Music created for this show by John Fio.
    Show artwork by Allison Conway.
    Transcripts available at cooperatewiththeprocess.com.
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    • 32 min
    2: BANKWAVE

    2: BANKWAVE

    BANKWAVE is a narrative driven simulator developed during Ludum Dare, an international game jam competition, by indie game company Frabjous Studios. This episode of The Process explores collaboration through the rise of game jams, BANKWAVE's development, the development of the game's engine created by Hajime Hoshi, and finally the role of game testers.

    Learn more about Alex Mills and his team Frabjous Studios here.

    The song at the beginning and end of this episode was created for the show by John Fio.
    Show artwork by Allison Conway.
    Transcripts available at cooperatewiththeprocess.com

    Sources:
    Game Engines as an art form, Hajime Hoshi
    Why Ludum Dare is so important to indie developers, Vice
    Video games can never be art, Roger Ebert
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    • 38 min
    1: Taking away from others

    1: Taking away from others

    "Before you have a kid. I feel like you're sort of going up a roller coaster and you've never been on a roller coaster before and you just like you feel that you're inching towards the top and you just don't know what to expect. And that's kind of like writing a book. I mean, I feel like you shouldn't know what's coming when you enter in a book." - Andrew Lipstein, author of THE VEGAN.

    Show artwork by Allison Conway.

    Transcripts available at cooperatewiththeprocess.com.
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    • 32 min
    Introducing: The Process

    Introducing: The Process

    Learn more at cooperatewiththeprocess.com
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    • 32 sec
    Tommy Davidson: "Living in Color"

    Tommy Davidson: "Living in Color"

    Tommy Davidson reads an excerpt from "Living in Color," backed by an original Storybound remix with sound design and arrangement by Jude Brewer.
    Tommy Davidson started his career as a stand-up comedian in Washington DC, and since then, he's done it all. His standup career has led him to share bills with the likes of Patti LaBelle and Kenny G, and he was a cast-member on the hit show "In Living Color," also starring Jamie Foxx, Jim Carrey, and Damon Wayans. He's done three specials for Showtime and appeared on Disney's "The Proud Family" and Spike Lee's "Bamboozled." His book, "In Living Color," released in 2020, details his journey in show business and how he found success.
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    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
754 Ratings

754 Ratings

Sgt Pepper's Lonely Heart ,

The Twilight Zone of Podcasts, you will LOVE it!

This podcast turns the inside of your skull into a giant immersive IMAX theatre. Storybound is like the Twilight Zone of the podcast scene. Complete with host Jude Brewer playing the role of Rod Serling. The show's concept is brilliant in its simplicity & how it uses the audio form: by pairing some of the greatest stories and writing of our time with a bespoke, custom made soundscape, Jude Brewer IMMERSES you inside the story to a degree you have never felt before. You can see, hear, & FEEL the story in totally new ways. Maybe it's a little bit like what I always imagined wearing the most expensive AR headsets might be like only in this case you are using the most powerful technology in the world which is your own imagination. I swear when I'm listening to this podcast it feels like I am accessing a whole new dimension (Twilight Zone again) of story that exists outside time & space. Jude Brewer is a fantastic host whose enthusiasm & love for the world-class writing featured on his podcast shines through. I love this show & can't wait for the new season to drop so I can have my mind blown in a whole new way. Thank you for giving us the gift of your audio art, Jude! 10/10 Highly recommend

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Great listening!

I listen to podcasts while I take walks. I love the variety of these stories and narrators never disappoint.

Geometriccentaur ,

Please no music with the reader

Please consider getting rid of the music. Listening to stories is not like listening to lyrics, which are built originally with music and beats. Having the music alongside the reader here competes with the stories. It is impossible to listen to both simultaneously, and it is clear that they are not composed together. This podcast is otherwise so cool! I hope that the new season will do something about the music. There are so many reviews that comment on it.

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