Remembrance of Things Past: Volume II - The Guermantes Way & Cities of the Plain Podcast Episodes

Written by Marcel Proust , C.K. Scott Moncrieff , Terence Kilmartin

18 Episodes - 1216 pages - ★★★★★ - 849 ratings

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Episode 48: The Longest Night, JJ, Remembrance of Things Past

Profiling Criminal Minds - November 14, 2019 02:35 - 1 hour ★★★ - 30 ratings
Welcome to Episode 48 of Profiling Criminal Minds where we discuss Tim Curry, CBS, and Alzheimer's! If you would like to read Count Vardulon's original reviews of each episode go to vardulon.com where you will find breakdowns of every episode of the show with additional material that focuses so...
TV & Film

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The Fates of Ryn, Ep 67 - Remembrance of Things Past

Goats & Dragons: A Dungeons & Dragons Podcast - August 12, 2019 07:10 - 52 minutes ★★★★★ - 12 ratings
"My destination is no longer a place, rather a new way of seeing. [Though the Emerald Falls can help with that and they're a place, so, idk.]" - Marcel Proust  - In-game music - Incompetech & Tabletop Audio - Twitch theme song - "Adventure Meme" by Kevin Macleod (incompetech.com) Licensed under...
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Remembrance of Things Past - La Jolla Symphony and Chorus

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio) - July 04, 2019 21:00 - 1 hour ★★★★ - 9 ratings
La Jolla Symphony & Chorus closes its 64th season with a reflection on the composer/soldiers of World War I, from Maurice Ravel to Ralph Vaughan-Williams to George Butterworth, whose life was tragically cut short in the war. Music from the same time by Charles Ives, and a favorite of Benjamin Bri...
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Remembrance of Things Past - La Jolla Symphony and Chorus

UC San Diego (Audio) - July 04, 2019 21:00 - 1 hour ★★★★★ - 2 ratings
La Jolla Symphony & Chorus closes its 64th season with a reflection on the composer/soldiers of World War I, from Maurice Ravel to Ralph Vaughan-Williams to George Butterworth, whose life was tragically cut short in the war. Music from the same time by Charles Ives, and a favorite of Benjamin Bri...
Education Science

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Remembrance of Things Past - La Jolla Symphony and Chorus

UC San Diego (Video) - July 04, 2019 21:00 - 1 hour - Video ★ - 1 rating
La Jolla Symphony & Chorus closes its 64th season with a reflection on the composer/soldiers of World War I, from Maurice Ravel to Ralph Vaughan-Williams to George Butterworth, whose life was tragically cut short in the war. Music from the same time by Charles Ives, and a favorite of Benjamin Bri...
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Remembrance of Things Past - La Jolla Symphony and Chorus

Arts and Music (Video) - July 04, 2019 21:00 - 1 hour - Video ★★★ - 12 ratings
La Jolla Symphony & Chorus closes its 64th season with a reflection on the composer/soldiers of World War I, from Maurice Ravel to Ralph Vaughan-Williams to George Butterworth, whose life was tragically cut short in the war. Music from the same time by Charles Ives, and a favorite of Benjamin Bri...
Arts Education

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Remembrance of Things Past - La Jolla Symphony and Chorus

University of California Video Podcasts (Video) - July 04, 2019 21:00 - 1 hour - Video ★★★★ - 6 ratings
La Jolla Symphony & Chorus closes its 64th season with a reflection on the composer/soldiers of World War I, from Maurice Ravel to Ralph Vaughan-Williams to George Butterworth, whose life was tragically cut short in the war. Music from the same time by Charles Ives, and a favorite of Benjamin Bri...
Education Science

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Remembrance of Things Past - La Jolla Symphony and Chorus

Arts and Music (Audio) - July 04, 2019 21:00 - 1 hour ★★★★★ - 1 rating
La Jolla Symphony & Chorus closes its 64th season with a reflection on the composer/soldiers of World War I, from Maurice Ravel to Ralph Vaughan-Williams to George Butterworth, whose life was tragically cut short in the war. Music from the same time by Charles Ives, and a favorite of Benjamin Bri...
Arts Education

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Remembrance of Things Past and the Revenge of the Toast!

Dragon Radio - November 29, 2018 21:18
Thomas Tobias performs Remembrance of Things Past This week our theme was remembrance and friendship, and we had many, moving perspectives on this subject from Thomas Tobias, Barbara Robson, John Constable and Renuka Bhakta. We also hear a song from Musa Ali, the mystery instrument of the week...
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MKC11 - Remembrance of Things Past - SMKS1E11

Mrs. King's Chronicles - March 20, 2018 06:00 ★★★★★ - 13 ratings
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Remembrance of Things Pasta: A Saucy Tale

Gastropod - February 13, 2018 04:04 - 40 minutes ★★★★★ - 2.3K ratings
It’s one of food’s most beautiful relationships: pasta and sauce. But which came first—and how on Earth are you supposed to figure out which of those hundreds of shapes to serve with your pesto? With Valentine’s Day round the corner, we bring you the saucy—and occasionally scientific—history of a...
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Remembrance of Things Past

IEEE Software's "On Computing" with Grady Booch - February 03, 2015 18:00 - ★★★★★ - 1 rating
Author Grady Booch provides an audio recording of his On Computing column, in which he discusses how although we live in a world of unprecedented complexity and astonishing possibility, we should never forget our past, for those who came before us in computing enabled those possibilities. From IE...
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The Remembrance of Things Past

All Saints Presbyterian, Meridian, Idaho : Sermons - September 25, 2014 06:00 - 31 minutes ★★★★ - 7 ratings
Sermons delivered at All Saints Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Meridian, Idaho.
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Remembrance of Things Past: Moroccans Talk About the Jews Who Once Lived Among Them

Vox Tablet - December 16, 2013 04:00 - 22 minutes ★★★★★ - 114 ratings
In the early 20th century, nearly a quarter of a million Jews lived among Muslims in Morocco’s towns and villages, making common cause in commerce and culture. Over the course of the past century, nearly all of them have left. Now there are an estimated 4,000 Jews in Morocco. So few that most y...
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Lee Congdon, “Baseball and Memory: Winning, Losing, and Remembrance of Things Past” (St. Augustine’s Press, 2011)

New Books in American Studies - July 05, 2011 19:50 - 55 minutes ★★★★★ - 14 ratings
“Isn’t it funny?” once mused Buck O’Neil, the sage of Negro League baseball. “Everybody remembers going to their first baseball game with their father. They might not remember going to their first day of school, . . . or their first Thanksgiving dinner. But they always remember going to the baseb...
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Lee Congdon, “Baseball and Memory: Winning, Losing, and Remembrance of Things Past” (St. Augustine’s Press, 2011)

New Books in Sports - July 05, 2011 19:50 - 55 minutes ★★★★★ - 12 ratings
“Isn’t it funny?” once mused Buck O’Neil, the sage of Negro League baseball. “Everybody remembers going to their first baseball game with their father. They might not remember going to their first day of school, . . . or their first Thanksgiving dinner. But they always remember going to the... Le...
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Lee Congdon, “Baseball and Memory: Winning, Losing, and Remembrance of Things Past” (St. Augustine’s Press, 2011)

New Books Network - July 05, 2011 19:50 - 55 minutes ★★★★ - 78 ratings
“Isn’t it funny?” once mused Buck O’Neil, the sage of Negro League baseball. “Everybody remembers going to their first baseball game with their father. They might not remember going to their first day of school, . . . or their first Thanksgiving dinner. But they always remember going to the baseb...
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Episode 136: Remembrance of Things Past

Radio Free Nintendo - March 10, 2009 21:30 - 1 hour ★★★★★ - 367 ratings
Featuring: NWR is 10 years old! Site founder Billy Berghammer joins us to celebrate! E3s, Spaceworld, DVDs, domain sniping, secret vacations and more! Memories, like the corners of my mind!
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