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19 minutes | Sep 18, 2019
Introducing: The Attempt
Benjamin Drachman is doing two brave things right now. First, he's attempting to hike the Pacific Crest Trail. And second, he's letting his sister make a podcast about it. To listen to The Attempt in its entirety, click here or search for "The Attempt" on your podcast app. This episode was produced by Julia Drachman with music from Blue Dot Sessions and Phoenix Glendinning. The Going Forward theme is by Phoenix Glendinning.
25 minutes | Jun 13, 2019
4: "The light is doing a show today"
The sun is a given. How we use it? That’s a choice. Washington stands on the brink of changing its sunrise. And an architect basks in the sunlight of a school he designed. This episode was produced by Julia Drachman and edited by Nathalie Chicha and Doug Beyers. Score by Phoenix Glendinning. Songs include "The Good Old Summer Time" by the Haydn Quartet and "Wait til the sun shines, Nellie," by Harry Tally. Our theme song is by Phoenix Glendinning. Special thanks to Scott Yates, Dr. David Prerau, and Jonathan and Paula Drachman. Learn more about Dr. Prerau’s book, Seize the Daylight here. You can see photos of Tillicum Middle School on NAC Architecture’s web site. If you’re enjoying the show, please considering supporting us on Patreon!
21 minutes | May 9, 2019
3: "Come and find Julia's beautiful items!"
Whether you've done a 6-month-long Konmari overhaul or a hardcore 48-hour purge, chances are you've put together a number of "give away piles" in your life. What comes next? Julia cleans out her childhood bedroom and wonders how to give a proper goodbye to bags full of clothes, books, and jewelry. Listen to Avery’s miniseries, Articles of Interest, here and check out Marie Kondo’s book or Netflix show if you haven’t already. This is also Ula Kulpa’s last episode as Co-Producer of Going Forward. Please join me in thanking her for all the beautiful work she’s done for the show! Thank you, Ula!
16 minutes | Apr 10, 2019
2: Finest and Most Rotten (w/ Here Be Monsters)
On March 21, 1919, a reporter went to a street corner in lower Manhattan and asked passersby, "Do you think this is a good world?" 100 years later, Ula goes to the same street corner and asks the same question. This episode was produced by Ula Kulpa and Julia Drachman in collaboration with the KCRW podcast Here Be Monsters. Editing, sound design, and score by Jeff Emtman. Here Be Monsters is produced by Jeff Emtman and Bethany Denton. Music: The Black Spot Smiles by Lambert Murphy (1918) You Hear the Lambs a-Cryin' by Fisk University Jubilee Singers (1920) Our theme song is by Phoenix Glendinning. Special thanks to Janus and Renata Kulpa and Jonathan and Paula Drachman. Find us online at goingforwardpod.com. Support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/goingforward.
21 minutes | Feb 13, 2019
1: Orca Story
Orca pods in Seattle are struggling. Last summer, one orca sent a message that caught the whole city's attention. Read Lynda Mapes' ongoing series about the orcas and check out Lynne Barre's work at NOAA here. Or you can visit the Center for Whale Research for more information. To watch those Youtube videos we mentioned, click here and here. This episode of Going Forward was produced by Julia Drachman and Ula Kulpa, with invaluable last minute help from Ryan Sweikert. Music from Evan Drachman, Phoenix Glendenning and Blue Dot Sessions. Memorial singing led by Jennifer and Ayanna Fuentes of Indigenous Sisters Resistance. Special thanks to Jonathan and Paula Drachman and Renata Kulpa. Find us online at goingforwardpod.com. Support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/goingforward.
2 minutes | Jan 29, 2019
Design Can Save the World is Going Forward
New episodes start February 12th! Going Forward is produced by Julia Drachman and Ula Kulpa. Find us on Twitter and Instagram @goingforwardpod. Our website is goingfowardpod.com. You can support the show at patreon.com/goingforward.
21 minutes | Jun 6, 2018
DCSTW 03: "When I get through with this baby, it's really gonna work"
You know how you should probably be cleaning something in your home? Right now? One woman spent decades of her life designing a house that would do the cleaning for her. Read Margalit Fox's obituary for Frances her: https://nyti.ms/2uzJZb1 Watch Lily Benson's movie: https://bit.ly/2xHx89P And if you want to see the SCH how Frances imagined it, her original model is on display at the Hagley Museum in Wilmington, Delaware: https://bit.ly/2lbTuKj
18 minutes | Apr 24, 2018
DCSTW 02: "Think about how a flower works"
An indoor river, a wall of plants, a cheeseburger stand - what more could a classroom need? An elementary school science teacher uses a unique building to empower her students. Find out more about the Living Building Challenge http://bit.ly/2Jl2yDQ and the building at Bertschi http://bit.ly/2HHRbZE.
23 minutes | Mar 26, 2018
DCSTW 01: "Sounds like you're describing a neighbor"
Just because the problem is huge, doesn't mean the solution has to be. Two architects are building tiny homes in backyards to house Seattle's homeless. Design Can Save the World is Julia Drachman and Ula Kulpa. Our music is by Phoenix Glendinning, with additional music from Blue Dot Sessions. Our artwork is by Will Stack. Find us at dcstwpod.com, or on Twitter and Instagram @dcstwpod
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