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There are 375 episodes in the Inspiring topic.

These are the latest episodes from the Inspiring topic added to soundcarrot, but be careful, many of these are serialised shows so jumping in at episode 10, for example, could confuse matters.

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Sliding Into Stunt Work with Caitlin Hutson
00:14:44 | Season: 2 | Episode: 22 | February 17th, 2024

In this episode of “Growin’ Up” Emily and Winston explore the thrilling world of stunt performers . Tune into an interactive audiobook featuring Caitlin Hutson, a professional stuntwoman, who shares her experiences and the skills required for the job. This adventure will lead us to a stunt training gym, witnessing sword fights ⚔️ and freefalls, and a Wild West movie set! Hear all about the detailed preparation and safety measures required to accomplish professional stunts in this stunt-acular adventure!

Part 2: Spring Festival: Exploring Lunar New Year Celebrations in China
00:23:11 | Season: 2 | February 17th, 2024

In this episode our guest Miss Panda returns for part 2, as we dive into the traditions of Lunar New Year celebrated by Chinese communities worldwide. From the significance of zodiac animals to the symbolism behind red decorations and lucky foods, listeners are treated to a colorful exploration of Chinese culture! Through engaging anecdotes and heartfelt reflections, Miss Panda shares the deep meanings behind cherished customs, inviting families of all backgrounds to join in the festivities and embrace the diversity of Asian cultures.

The Exciting World of Computer Engineers
00:16:59 | Season: 2 | Episode: 21 | February 10th, 2024

 Have you ever wondered what a computer programmer really does? Or who’s in charge of creating the codes behind all of our modern devices? In this episode of Growin’ Up, Emily and Winston have a blast as they learn all the cool stuff computer engineers do!

Celebrating the Roots of Jazz with Duke Ellington
00:15:54 | Season: 2 | February 10th, 2024

In this episode, we explore the history and impact of jazz through the lens of Duke Ellington. Jazz, a musical genre known for its improvisation and blending of cultural influences, emerged from the black communities of the Southern United States in the early 20th century. Duke Ellington, a pioneering figure in jazz, rose to prominence with his innovative compositions and arrangements, such as “Take the ‘A’ Train” and “Black, Brown, and Beige.” Despite facing discrimination, Ellington persevered and became one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century. His music celebrated the resilience and creativity of Black communities, leaving behind a legacy that continues to inspire musicians and audiences everywhere.

Designing Amusement Parks
00:14:36 | Season: 2 | Episode: 20 | February 3rd, 2024

Get ready for a roller coaster of fun as Emily and Winston explore the fascinating job of amusement park designers! In this episode, we’ll discover the origins of roller coasters and how designers use physics and storytelling ✨ to create magic. Using proper doses of thrill and safety, find out what it takes to be an amusement park designer. Fasten your seatbelts and enjoy the ride!

Spring Festival: Exploring Lunar New Year Celebrations with Chinese Culture
00:23:57 | Season: 2 | February 3rd, 2024

Join us as we travel into the vibrant world of Lunar New Year celebrations with special guest Amanda Hsiung Blodgett, also known as Miss Panda. We explore the mythology behind Lunar New Year and how Chinese communities worldwide celebrate for 15 days. From the significance of the color red to the traditional practices observed on each day of the celebration, listeners will gain insight into the rich cultural traditions.

A Culinary Quest with Chef Jack Zhang
00:15:43 | Season: 2 | Episode: 19 | January 27th, 2024

You don’t need a culinary school degree to become a professional chef ‍ ; in the kitchen, practice makes perfect! In this episode, Emily and Winston call on their chef friend Jack Zheng for a delicious cooking tutorial…mmm Portuguese egg tart! Jack takes us through his family recipe step-by-step, and also shares some great advice: cook for your family, friends, or anyone you like…and most importantly, never give up! ️

Embracing Tết Traditions: A Vibrant Lunar New Year Celebration in Vietnam!
00:23:55 | Season: 2 | Episode: 12 | January 27th, 2024

Join us on this special episode of Culture Kids as they dive into the vibrant celebrations of Lunar New Year in Vietnam with Ms. Sophie Tran from Mommy and Me Vietnamese. Discover the fascinating traditions, from not cleaning during the New Year to the myth of the Kitchen God, and learn about unique practices like picking the luckiest person to step into the house. Ms. Tran shares the joy of receiving lucky money and the significance of flowers, particularly peach blossoms, in decorating homes.

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