5 episodes

We are a community anti-podcast focused on deconstructing broad topics to evoke imaginative insights. Freethinkers delight. Join our discussion by commenting on the tracks, and listen live at https://www.keithfem.com (second Sunday every month, 12:30p EST / 6:30p CET)

The Wicked Podcast The Wicked Podcast

    • Society & Culture

We are a community anti-podcast focused on deconstructing broad topics to evoke imaginative insights. Freethinkers delight. Join our discussion by commenting on the tracks, and listen live at https://www.keithfem.com (second Sunday every month, 12:30p EST / 6:30p CET)

    Episode 3: Colours (feat. Nia Calloway)

    Episode 3: Colours (feat. Nia Calloway)

    Colour is a powerful yet often overlooked force. In our hyperactive age, it's easy to forget that colours have long solidified allegiance, status, brands, and tradition. Is it time to reconsider this everyday phenomenon? How, for example, might colour affect someone who is colorblind? What might skin tone indicate in a future society where whites are no longer the majority? And are we exploiting colour to toxic levels? Welcome to the Wicked Podcast, where imagination unfurls! PLUS: Following the outro music, hear a poem from our special guest, Nia Calloway -- winner of April's Wicked Poetry Slam also themed Colours.

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    • 1 hr 23 min
    Before We Were Wicked: FEAR

    Before We Were Wicked: FEAR

    In this series, we'll be uploading tracks from our former podcast, "Concerned Citizens of The Universe," which varies little in concept and organization. The theme of our inaugural episode was fear, dissected from thought-provoking angles. Is fear mostly anxiety or irrational? In what ways does ego influence fear? How is fear employed a control device, and can we muster resistance?

    • 1 hr 45 min
    Episode 1: The Body (Part II, feat. Arielle Cottingham)

    Episode 1: The Body (Part II, feat. Arielle Cottingham)

    Part two of our first episode opens with a discussion about the spiritual nature of our bodies: Is there a soul within? An ethereal rider? From there, we detour into body image before embarking on a contentious round of AGREE or DISAGREE. Finally, a fitting poem by March Wicked Slam winner Arielle Cottingham (plays just after the outro music).

    • 42 min
    Episode 2: Life in Corona Times (or Uncertainty)

    Episode 2: Life in Corona Times (or Uncertainty)

    In a matter of months, coronavirus has permeated the globe and marked a watershed moment for humanity. Many are lamenting losses of life, freedom, and security caused by this unprecedented pandemic. In times like these, we call on thinkers to unite. What's to be learned from the crisis? What political or socioeconomic changes might come about, and will they stick after the tsunami has passed? Has this situation reframed our perspective on time and leisure? Listen while our inspired group wrestles with the "new normal" and all it entails.

    • 1 hr 33 min
    Episode 1: The Body (Part I)

    Episode 1: The Body (Part I)

    The human body is a demanding, complicated thing often objectified under the weight of consumerism. It comprises our brain, which shadows our understanding of the body, urging us to be productive. We engage in escapism, yearning to leave these poor vessels behind. Why? And what about the soul? How can that be interpreted? Our eager group came prepared to discuss our most primal mode of interacting with the world. Welcome to The Wicked Podcast!

    • 50 min

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