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Nocturne

Vanessa Lowe

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There are 24 hours in a day. Seems pretty straightforward. But what do you really know about the hours between say, 11pm-6am. From graveyard shift jobs to “secret identities”, who we are and what we do at night is often less fully perceived by others...Show More
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27:25 | Feb 29th, 2016

Lynne Cox has spent her life swimming vast distances and pushing herself to the edges of possibility. Since the beginning, she has thrived on exploring uncharted territories, including the ocean at night. Read more →

41:23 | Apr 23rd

What is it about the night, about what happens in the darkness, when most people are asleep? Vanessa and radio host, Rod Quinn muse about this and much more, and hear from callers across Australia sharing their feelings and observations about the...

28:37 | Dec 11th, 2018

What makes a place home? Is it a place that feels like a refuge? Is it somewhere you sleep really, really well? What if the place that feels like home is a secret apartment in the bowels of a giant mall?

26:01 | Jul 9th, 2018

Traveling at night as a passenger is an act of trust. As the sensations of movement lull you to the edge of sleep or beyond, you surrender to dislocation; disconnecting from place and time. The only constant is motion.  As your consciousness bobs up ...Show More

28:29 | May 9th, 2018

Research in 2013 found a connection between night owls and those with a sinister constellation of personality traits, ominously labeled, “The Dark Triad”. The study got a lot of attention in the media, with headlines claiming that night owls are more...Show More
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42:43 | Aug 10th, 2017

On a beautiful day in April, Matthew Bryce went out to surf by himself off a remote beach in Scotland.  Usually he goes out for 3 or 4 hours, and then goes about his life. This time was different. Read more →
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21:37 | Nov 23rd, 2015

The moon, the stars and the tides are through-lines connecting us to the beginning of life on our planet. These lines can flicker in and out of awareness in the glare of modern culture. But there are ancient creatures living among us, for whom every ...Show More
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21:52 | Jan 22nd, 2015

While working at night in the wilds of the Marin Headlands, baker Eduardo Morell witnesses the struggle between life and death. This struggle plays out all around us all the time, in ways both large and small. Read more → The post Ep. 3 – What the Ba...Show More

33:03 | Sep 10th

Kristin’s daughter was just 16 years old when she began to struggle with drug addiction - methamphetamine, heroin, and more. It brought Kristin to her knees. Of all the painful challenges, the worst was not knowing where her daughter was in the...

34:59 | Aug 13th

There is a cave in southern France that contains some of the world’s most deeply hidden secrets. To get there you must crawl on your belly through a long tomb-like passage, with your only light held between your teeth.

30:14 | Jul 9th

There are over 3500 species of crickets and each has a different song. One man fills his apartment in Brooklyn with their music, and then takes them out in public to perform alongside them. And then he eats them.

34:17 | Jun 11th

Zoe and Sarah were young, free explorers on a spontaneous summer road trip. As darkness began to fall, the map on Zoe’s phone directed them to a short cut that would speed up their drive and get them to a safe place to spend the night. But that's...

33:31 | May 14th

Ever since he was a child, Clark Strand has awoken in the middle of the night and gone out walking. One night a voice spoke directly in his ear, saying, “Don’t go out tonight. Remain calm and be very very still.” His life has never been the same.

31:17 | Apr 9th

There’s really nothing else like late night call in shows on the radio – other humans, in real time, just chatting. It can bring comfort and normalcy to the hours that can feel like anything but comforting or normal.

24:54 | Mar 12th

Most people are in bed at night and then get up during the day. But journalist Katie Nelson felt the need to sleep all the time.

17:45 | Feb 26th

Here Be Monsters is a gorgeous podcast that explores the dark corners of the human mind, fear and the unknown.  It’s transporting and surprising and you should definitely subscribe.

27:57 | Feb 12th

For two months a year, in a small Norwegian city, the sun never goes above the horizon. One researcher visits to find out why its citizens are happy despite the lack of light.

28:05 | Jan 8th

Poetry and the night are some of the last remaining domains of “unknowing”; places where it’s acceptable to digest the world slowly and without conclusion, and where one can linger in, and traverse, experiences like solitude, impermanence, and...

29:59 | Nov 13th, 2018

This crazy thing happens in NYC as night approaches – as rush hour picks up and the streets get evermore hectic than normal, delivery men on bikes start racing through the streets to get people their restaurant food while it’s still hot.

01:25 | Nov 8th, 2018

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28:19 | Oct 2nd, 2018

Sometimes it takes losing your way in the dark, to realize that you were already lost. Read more →

28:17 | Sep 5th, 2018

Something is happening to the animals. Can we all coexist on a crowded planet? Read more →

28:33 | Aug 8th, 2018

The shift into the darkness of night triggers our bodies to relax. Perhaps this is why so many babies begin their journey into the world at night. That adds a whole new dimension when they're born at home. Read more →

27:21 | Jun 6th, 2018

There has never been a world without tragedy and heartache and injustice. But there has also never before been a time when human beings have had constant access to the breadth of human suffering. Our technology bathes us in this information, and it c...Show More

44:18 | Apr 11th, 2018

Malcolm Saunders is a fisherman in Cornwall, on the southern tip of the UK. While most of the old fishing ports have transformed into tourist attractions, there are still some working fishing boats, manned by seasoned weathered fisherman. They’re hol...Show More

29:59 | Mar 13th, 2018

Hospitals are amazing places. They’re emblems of the modern medical technology that saves and improves our lives in countless ways every day. But if you’ve ever roamed the halls of a hospital in the middle of the night, with its shiny echoey surfaces...Show More

29:26 | Feb 13th, 2018

One of the things that changes instantly when you have a baby is your relationship to sleep. It usually becomes scarce and precious, and everyone has advice. Much less talked about is the continuing nighttime struggle between parents and their young ...Show More

28:04 | Jan 16th, 2018

Our relationship to the darkness can shift over time. One of the main ways that this happens is by walking into the dark, both literally and metaphorically. By walking toward the thing that scares us the most, or causes the most pain, we have the pot...Show More

40:55 | Dec 18th, 2017

There’s a funny thing about Christmas in New York: In a city where most of the living trees are clumped together in just a few areas, right around Thanksgiving new clumps of trees start popping up all over this mostly concrete and asphalt setting. Th...Show More
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40:55 | Dec 18th, 2017

There’s a funny thing about Christmas in New York: In a city where most of the living trees are clumped together in just a few areas, right around Thanksgiving new clumps of trees start popping up all over this mostly concrete and asphalt setting. Th...Show More
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28:12 | Nov 14th, 2017

Beverly D’Urso is a lucid dreaming celebrity. She was a subject of Stephen LaBerge’s research at the Stanford Sleep Lab in the 1980’s, has written numerous articles and given classes on lucid dreaming, and has been featured in multiple television pro...Show More

28:12 | Nov 14th, 2017

Beverly D’Urso is a lucid dreaming celebrity. She was a subject of Stephen LaBerge’s research at the Stanford Sleep Lab in the 1980’s, has written numerous articles and given classes on lucid dreaming, and has been featured in multiple television pro...Show More
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32:26 | Oct 12th, 2017

The built environment consists of structures that humans make - including spaces where people live, work and play. For the most part, these places are inhabited during the day. But at night, new aspects of the built environment are revealed. Some peo...Show More

32:26 | Oct 12th, 2017

The built environment consists of structures that humans make - including spaces where people live, work and play. For the most part, these places are inhabited during the day. But at night, new aspects of the built environment are revealed. Some peo...Show More

21:16 | Sep 12th, 2017

The Sleepless project is two things: It's a voicemail that people can call when they can't sleep, so they can talk about what's on their mind and hopefully get back to sleep. It’s also an art project where the creator of the project makes short video...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

21:16 | Sep 12th, 2017

The Sleepless project is two things: It's a voicemail that people can call when they can't sleep, so they can talk about what's on their mind and hopefully get back to sleep. It’s also an art project where the creator of the project makes short video...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

42:43 | Aug 10th, 2017

On a beautiful day in April, Matthew Bryce went out to surf by himself off a remote beach in Scotland.  Usually he goes out for 3 or 4 hours, and then goes about his life. This time was different. Read more →

42:43 | Aug 10th, 2017

On a beautiful day in April, Matthew Bryce went out to surf by himself off a remote beach in Scotland.  Usually he goes out for 3 or 4 hours, and then goes about his life. This time was different. Read more →
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

24:56 | Jun 6th, 2017

In January I left my home for 6 months of wandering, and of course one of the main things I explored were the infinite shades of night in each new place. What I noticed more than ever is that every night is a finger print - each is unique, with no on...Show More

24:56 | Jun 6th, 2017

In January I left my home for 6 months of wandering, and of course one of the main things I explored were the infinite shades of night in each new place. What I noticed more than ever is that every night is a finger print - each is unique, with no on...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

24:56 | Jun 6th, 2017

In January I left my home for 6 months of wandering, and of course one of the main things I explored were the infinite shades of night in each new place. What I noticed more than ever is that every night is a finger print - each is unique, with no on...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

20:56 | Apr 28th, 2017

Have you every woken up in the wee hours of the night to find that you’re gripped by fears and anxieties that just didn’t exist in the light of day? You can lie there awake in bed, in your comfortable home, maybe even next to a loved one, and find...Show More
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20:56 | Apr 28th, 2017

Have you every woken up in the wee hours of the night to find that you’re gripped by fears and anxieties that just didn’t exist in the light of day? You can lie there awake in bed, in your comfortable home, maybe even next to a loved one, and find...Show More

20:56 | Apr 28th, 2017

Have you every woken up in the wee hours of the night to find that you’re gripped by fears and anxieties that just didn’t exist in the light of day? You can lie there awake in bed, in your comfortable home, maybe even next to a loved one, and find y...Show More
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15:56 | Mar 31st, 2017

Lots of museums have regular evening hours or events, often lasting until 8 or 9pm. But I wonder - what do these worlds become in the wee hours, when the last visitor has heeded the call to leave, and the doors are locked? What transformations take p...Show More
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15:56 | Mar 31st, 2017

Lots of museums have regular evening hours or events, often lasting until 8 or 9pm. But I wonder - what do these worlds become in the wee hours, when the last visitor has heeded the call to leave, and the doors are locked? What transformations take p...Show More

15:56 | Mar 31st, 2017

Lots of museums have regular evening hours or events, often lasting until 8 or 9pm. But I wonder - what do these worlds become in the wee hours, when the last visitor has heeded the call to leave, and the doors are locked? What transformations take p...Show More

26:27 | Feb 26th, 2017

In that place where darkness and isolation meet, fear can take hold in a particularly visceral way. When you’re alone in the dark, every sense works overtime. It can feel like the darkness and the fear are interchangeable. One comes to represent th...Show More
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26:27 | Feb 26th, 2017

In that place where darkness and isolation meet, fear can take hold in a particularly visceral way. When you’re alone in the dark, every sense works overtime. It can feel like the darkness and the fear are interchangeable. One comes to represent th...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

26:27 | Feb 26th, 2017

In that place where darkness and isolation meet, fear can take hold in a particularly visceral way. When you’re alone in the dark, every sense works overtime. It can feel like the darkness and the fear are interchangeable. One comes to represent th...Show More

11:58 | Jan 30th, 2017

In September 2015 the full moon crossed into the Earth’s shadow and turned redish gold. It was the first blood moon, or total lunar eclipse of a super moon, in over 30 years, and it wouldn’t happen again for almost twenty more. The moon was old and s...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

11:58 | Jan 30th, 2017

In September 2015 the full moon crossed into the Earth’s shadow and turned redish gold. It was the first blood moon, or total lunar eclipse of a super moon, in over 30 years, and it wouldn’t happen again for almost twenty more. The moon was old and s...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

11:58 | Jan 30th, 2017

In September 2015 the full moon crossed into the Earth’s shadow and turned redish gold. It was the first blood moon, or total lunar eclipse of a super moon, in over 30 years, and it wouldn’t happen again for almost twenty more. The moon was old and s...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

28:05 | Dec 30th, 2016

The night can be a desperate and lonely place. Fortunately, there’s a group of people who make it their mission to bring comfort and hope to people in the night. Read more →

28:05 | Dec 30th, 2016

The night can be a desperate and lonely place. Fortunately, there’s a group of people who make it their mission to bring comfort and hope to people in the night. Read more →
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28:05 | Dec 30th, 2016

The night can be a desperate and lonely place. Fortunately, there’s a group of people who make it their mission to bring comfort and hope to people in the night. Read more →
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

35:11 | Nov 29th, 2016

The ethos of randonneuring emphasizes personal challenge and comraderie. Randonneurs share the goal of having everyone make it to the finish line. They take care of each other, because what they’re doing is kind of crazy and a little dangerous. Read ...Show More
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35:11 | Nov 29th, 2016

The ethos of randonneuring emphasizes personal challenge and comraderie. Randonneurs share the goal of having everyone make it to the finish line. They take care of each other, because what they’re doing is kind of crazy and a little dangerous. Read ...Show More

35:11 | Nov 29th, 2016

The ethos of randonneuring emphasizes personal challenge and comraderie. Randonneurs share the goal of having everyone make it to the finish line. They take care of each other, because what they’re doing is kind of crazy and a little dangerous. Read ...Show More

29:00 | Oct 31st, 2016

Picture it. You’re biking along a winding country road, 30 miles from the nearest town. The air is cool, there’s a slight wind, maybe a gentle mist. It’s three o’clock in the morning. You’ve been awake for 23 hours. Read more →
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29:00 | Oct 31st, 2016

Picture it. You’re biking along a winding country road, 30 miles from the nearest town. The air is cool, there’s a slight wind, maybe a gentle mist. It’s three o’clock in the morning. You’ve been awake for 23 hours. Read more →
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

29:00 | Oct 31st, 2016

Picture it. You’re biking along a winding country road, 30 miles from the nearest town. The air is cool, there’s a slight wind, maybe a gentle mist. It’s three o’clock in the morning. You’ve been awake for 23 hours. Read more →
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30:11 | Sep 30th, 2016

The police play an important role in civil society. Their first mandate is to serve and protect - the ultimate goal being the maintenance of social order. Often this is accomplished with out undue assaults on individual liberty. But many factors come...Show More

30:11 | Sep 30th, 2016

The police play an important role in civil society. Their first mandate is to serve and protect - the ultimate goal being the maintenance of social order. Often this is accomplished with out undue assaults on individual liberty. But many factors come...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

30:11 | Sep 30th, 2016

The police play an important role in civil society. Their first mandate is to serve and protect - the ultimate goal being the maintenance of social order. Often this is accomplished with out undue assaults on individual liberty. But many factors come...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

36:11 | Aug 25th, 2016

Some surveys suggest that up to a quarter of couples sleep in separate beds. Dave and Sue have both experienced the need to sleep alone, and while they miss things about sharing a bed all night, the arrangement seems tolerable to both of them. This i...Show More
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36:11 | Aug 25th, 2016

Some surveys suggest that up to a quarter of couples sleep in separate beds. Dave and Sue have both experienced the need to sleep alone, and while they miss things about sharing a bed all night, the arrangement seems tolerable to both of them. This i...Show More

36:11 | Aug 25th, 2016

Some surveys suggest that up to a quarter of couples sleep in separate beds. Dave and Sue have both experienced the need to sleep alone, and while they miss things about sharing a bed all night, the arrangement seems tolerable to both of them. This i...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

26:28 | Jul 22nd, 2016

The night bus rolls through the city like a small enclosed world. You never know who you’ll meet or what you’ll see. One night, Helen Zaltzman’s bus ride home from the movies took a dark turn. Read more → The post Ep. 20 – A Luminous Bubble appeared ...Show More

26:28 | Jul 22nd, 2016

The night bus rolls through the city like a small enclosed world. You never know who you’ll meet or what you’ll see. One night, Helen Zaltzman’s bus ride home from the movies took a dark turn. Read more →
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26:28 | Jul 22nd, 2016

The night bus rolls through the city like a small enclosed world. You never know who you’ll meet or what you’ll see. One night, Helen Zaltzman’s bus ride home from the movies took a dark turn. Read more → The post Ep. 20 – A Luminous Bubble appeared ...Show More
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30:32 | Jun 29th, 2016

Jade Walker hates the daylight so much that most of her neighbors have rarely seen her. The sun is a personal affront to her. But she’s not disconnected from life. In fact, she sees it all. And because of her, so do we. Read more → The post Ep. 19 – ...Show More

30:32 | Jun 29th, 2016

Jade Walker hates the daylight so much that most of her neighbors have rarely seen her. The sun is a personal affront to her. But she’s not disconnected from life. In fact, she sees it all. And because of her, so do we. Read more →
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30:32 | Jun 29th, 2016

Jade Walker hates the daylight so much that most of her neighbors have rarely seen her. The sun is a personal affront to her. But she’s not disconnected from life. In fact, she sees it all. And because of her, so do we. Read more → The post Ep. 19 – ...Show More
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28:49 | May 31st, 2016

The stars are always there in the sky, even when we can’t see them. Why should we look? Why should we care? Paul Salazar cares, and he has compelling reasons why you should, too. Read more → The post Ep. 18 – Look Up! appeared first on Nocturne.

28:49 | May 31st, 2016

The stars are always there in the sky, even when we can’t see them. Why should we look? Why should we care? Paul Salazar cares, and he has compelling reasons why you should, too. Read more →
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28:49 | May 31st, 2016

The stars are always there in the sky, even when we can’t see them. Why should we look? Why should we care? Paul Salazar cares, and he has compelling reasons why you should, too. Read more → The post Ep. 18 – Look Up! appeared first on Nocturne.
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15:02 | Apr 30th, 2016

Our dreams can allow us to experience things that are – impossible. Yeah, some dreams take us where we’d rather not go. But others invite us into a world filled with joy, and ease, and wonder. They connect us to a forgotten part of ourselves. It feel...Show More

15:02 | Apr 30th, 2016

Our dreams can allow us to experience things that are – impossible. Yeah, some dreams take us where we’d rather not go. But others invite us into a world filled with joy, and ease, and wonder. They connect us to a forgotten part of ourselves. It feel...Show More
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15:02 | Apr 30th, 2016

Our dreams can allow us to experience things that are – impossible. Yeah, some dreams take us where we’d rather not go. But others invite us into a world filled with joy, and ease, and wonder. They connect us to a forgotten part of ourselves. It feel...Show More

28:39 | Mar 28th, 2016

Sometimes the world of our dreams can be unsettling; even terrifying. The fear can be like an echo or a shadow of true emotion; or it can be utterly real, even justified. At times the fearful experiences we have at night can introduce questions into ...Show More
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28:39 | Mar 28th, 2016

Sometimes the world of our dreams can be unsettling; even terrifying. The fear can be like an echo or a shadow of true emotion; or it can be utterly real, even justified. At times the fearful experiences we have at night can introduce questions into ...Show More
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28:39 | Mar 28th, 2016

Sometimes the world of our dreams can be unsettling; even terrifying. The fear can be like an echo or a shadow of true emotion; or it can be utterly real, even justified. At times the fearful experiences we have at night can introduce questions into ...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

07:35 | Mar 23rd, 2016

Picture it – It’s dusk. We’re on a small neighborhood corner, with a faint moon starting to peak through branches of trees overhead. Kent and I are sitting behind a large battered folding table, and there’s a jar on top of it. Stop by on this beautif...Show More
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07:35 | Mar 23rd, 2016

Picture it – It’s dusk. We’re on a small neighborhood corner, with a faint moon starting to peak through branches of trees overhead. Kent and I are sitting behind a large battered folding table, and there’s a jar on top of it. Stop by on this beautif...Show More

07:35 | Mar 23rd, 2016

Picture it – It’s dusk. We’re on a small neighborhood corner, with a faint moon starting to peak through branches of trees overhead. Kent and I are sitting behind a large battered folding table, and there’s a jar on top of it. Stop by on this beautif...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

27:25 | Feb 29th, 2016

Lynne Cox has spent her life swimming vast distances and pushing herself to the edges of possibility. Since the beginning, she has thrived on exploring uncharted territories, including the ocean at night. Read more → The post Ep. 15 – To a Distant Co...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

27:25 | Feb 29th, 2016

Lynne Cox has spent her life swimming vast distances and pushing herself to the edges of possibility. Since the beginning, she has thrived on exploring uncharted territories, including the ocean at night. Read more → The post Ep. 15 – To a Distant Co...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

24:01 | Jan 28th, 2016

The night can be like the great frontier to a kid; a forbidden zone; the perfect place to explore autonomy and independence. At first it might be tempting for parents to just lay down the law. But they're up against a lot. They're up against the best...Show More

24:01 | Jan 28th, 2016

The night can be like the great frontier to a kid; a forbidden zone; the perfect place to explore autonomy and independence. At first it might be tempting for parents to just lay down the law. But they're up against a lot. They're up against the best...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

24:01 | Jan 28th, 2016

The night can be like the great frontier to a kid; a forbidden zone; the perfect place to explore autonomy and independence. At first it might be tempting for parents to just lay down the law. But they're up against a lot. They're up against the best...Show More

25:45 | Dec 30th, 2015

Sleep can serve as both refuge and captor. That’s the case for Monica, who’s blessed with the enviable ability to consistently sleep through the night, almost without fail, no matter what’s going on. During one of the most difficult times of her life...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

25:45 | Dec 30th, 2015

Sleep can serve as both refuge and captor. That’s the case for Monica, who’s blessed with the enviable ability to consistently sleep through the night, almost without fail, no matter what’s going on. During one of the most difficult times of her life...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

25:45 | Dec 30th, 2015

Sleep can serve as both refuge and captor. That’s the case for Monica, who’s blessed with the enviable ability to consistently sleep through the night, almost without fail, no matter what’s going on. During one of the most difficult times of her life...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

21:37 | Nov 23rd, 2015

The moon, the stars and the tides are through-lines connecting us to the beginning of life on our planet. These lines can flicker in and out of awareness in the glare of modern culture. But there are ancient creatures living among us, for whom every ...Show More

21:37 | Nov 23rd, 2015

The moon, the stars and the tides are through-lines connecting us to the beginning of life on our planet. These lines can flicker in and out of awareness in the glare of modern culture. But there are ancient creatures living among us, for whom every ...Show More

24:05 | Oct 27th, 2015

Things happen sometimes that don’t make sense, that we can’t explain. And would we really want to if we could? Read more →
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24:05 | Oct 27th, 2015

Things happen sometimes that don’t make sense, that we can’t explain. And would we really want to if we could? Read more → The post Ep. 11 – Triumph’s Ring appeared first on Nocturne.
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24:05 | Oct 27th, 2015

Things happen sometimes that don’t make sense, that we can’t explain. And would we really want to if we could? Read more → The post Ep. 11 – Triumph’s Ring appeared first on Nocturne.
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24:24 | Sep 13th, 2015

The blurred edges of the night can inspire excitement and transformation. The shroud of darkness emboldens some to reveal hidden aspects of their personality, sometimes with gleeful abandon. Read more → The post Ep. 10 – Playground Rules appeared f...Show More
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24:24 | Sep 13th, 2015

The blurred edges of the night can inspire excitement and transformation. The shroud of darkness emboldens some to reveal hidden aspects of their personality, sometimes with gleeful abandon. Read more → The post Ep. 10 – Playground Rules appeared f...Show More

24:24 | Sep 13th, 2015

The blurred edges of the night can inspire excitement and transformation. The shroud of darkness emboldens some to reveal hidden aspects of their personality, sometimes with gleeful abandon. Read more →

17:42 | Aug 11th, 2015

Sometimes the best way out of the darkness is to walk through it. A woman transforms her life through motion. Read more →
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17:42 | Aug 11th, 2015

Sometimes the best way out of the darkness is to walk through it. A woman transforms her life through motion. Read more → The post Ep. 9 – Forward Momentum appeared first on Nocturne.
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17:42 | Aug 11th, 2015

Sometimes the best way out of the darkness is to walk through it. A woman transforms her life through motion. Read more → The post Ep. 9 – Forward Momentum appeared first on Nocturne.

26:09 | Jul 6th, 2015

The darkness of night offers rich opportunities to mine and explore our fears. When you choose to walk straight into the darkness you don’t know what you’ll find; both outside in the shadows, and deep inside yourself. Read more →
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26:09 | Jul 6th, 2015

The darkness of night offers rich opportunities to mine and explore our fears. When you choose to walk straight into the darkness you don’t know what you’ll find; both outside in the shadows, and deep inside yourself. Read more → The post Ep. 8 – I...Show More
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26:09 | Jul 6th, 2015

The darkness of night offers rich opportunities to mine and explore our fears. When you choose to walk straight into the darkness you don’t know what you’ll find; both outside in the shadows, and deep inside yourself. Read more → The post Ep. 8 – I...Show More

30:10 | Jun 4th, 2015

The stars are disappearing. We're losing natural darkness. It's happened rapidly, but just slowly enough that it's hard to notice. But once your eyes open to the vanishing dark, you see it everywhere. Can we bring back the night sky? Read more →
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30:10 | Jun 4th, 2015

The stars are disappearing. We're losing natural darkness. It's happened rapidly, but just slowly enough that it's hard to notice. But once your eyes open to the vanishing dark, you see it everywhere. Can we bring back the night sky? Read more → The ...Show More
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30:10 | Jun 4th, 2015

The stars are disappearing. We're losing natural darkness. It's happened rapidly, but just slowly enough that it's hard to notice. But once your eyes open to the vanishing dark, you see it everywhere. Can we bring back the night sky? Read more → The ...Show More
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24:27 | May 1st, 2015

A man, a bird, and a hose. The sounds of night can delight or enrage, in equal parts; and lack of sleep can lead to desperate measures, in some. Read more → The post Ep. 6 – (This is Not) A Love Song appeared first on Nocturne.

24:27 | May 1st, 2015

A man, a bird, and a hose. The sounds of night can delight or enrage, in equal parts; and lack of sleep can lead to desperate measures, in some. Read more →
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24:27 | May 1st, 2015

A man, a bird, and a hose. The sounds of night can delight or enrage, in equal parts; and lack of sleep can lead to desperate measures, in some. Read more → The post Ep. 6 – (This is Not) A Love Song appeared first on Nocturne.
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25:25 | Apr 1st, 2015

Al Wilkinson drove a big rig through the night for 28 years, and it was a new experience each time. The runs offered beautiful scenery and time to think, but one dark rainy night this peaceful solitude fell out from under him. Read more → The post E...Show More
ARCHIVED: The podcast creator has made this episode no longer available for listening.

25:25 | Apr 1st, 2015

Al Wilkinson drove a big rig through the night for 28 years, and it was a new experience each time. The runs offered beautiful scenery and time to think, but one dark rainy night this peaceful solitude fell out from under him. Read more → The post E...Show More

25:25 | Apr 1st, 2015

Al Wilkinson drove a big rig through the night for 28 years, and it was a new experience each time. The runs offered beautiful scenery and time to think, but one dark rainy night this peaceful solitude fell out from under him. Read more →

27:36 | Mar 6th, 2015

Amanda Gefter is nocturnal. Really. Being an extreme night owl works for her in a lot of ways, especially since she makes her living as a writer. But her normal patterns are being shaken up by a new love in her life – the first day-dwelling guy she’s...Show More
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27:36 | Mar 6th, 2015

Amanda Gefter is nocturnal. Really. Being an extreme night owl works for her in a lot of ways, especially since she makes her living as a writer. But her normal patterns are being shaken up by a new love in her life – the first day-dwelling guy she’s...Show More
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27:36 | Mar 6th, 2015

Amanda Gefter is nocturnal. Really. Being an extreme night owl works for her in a lot of ways, especially since she makes her living as a writer. But her normal patterns are being shaken up by a new love in her life – the first day-dwelling guy she’s...Show More
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21:52 | Jan 22nd, 2015

While working at night in the wilds of the Marin Headlands, baker Eduardo Morell witnesses the struggle between life and death. This struggle plays out all around us all the time, in ways both large and small. Read more → The post Ep. 3 – What the Ba...Show More

21:52 | Jan 22nd, 2015

While working at night in the wilds of the Marin Headlands, baker Eduardo Morell witnesses the struggle between life and death. This struggle plays out all around us all the time, in ways both large and small. Read more →

17:40 | Dec 15th, 2014

What happens for a visually oriented person when the darkness of night takes away all of the reference points for making a memory? Read more →
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17:40 | Dec 15th, 2014

What happens for a visually oriented person when the darkness of night takes away all of the reference points for making a memory? Read more → The post Ep. 2 – Portal appeared first on Nocturne.
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17:40 | Dec 15th, 2014

What happens for a visually oriented person when the darkness of night takes away all of the reference points for making a memory? Read more → The post Ep. 2 – Portal appeared first on Nocturne.

19:03 | Nov 17th, 2014

Nighttime feels different to different people. Some are at their most energized and creative, while others are a little creeped out. Which side of the night are you on? Read more →
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19:03 | Nov 17th, 2014

Nighttime feels different to different people. Some are at their most energized and creative, while others are a little creeped out. Which side of the night are you on? Read more → The post Ep. 1 – Night Owls appeared first on Nocturne.
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19:03 | Nov 17th, 2014

Nighttime feels different to different people. Some are at their most energized and creative, while others are a little creeped out. Which side of the night are you on? Read more → The post Ep. 1 – Night Owls appeared first on Nocturne.

15:14 | Oct 20th, 2014

Nocturne will officially launch in the coming weeks. Here is a taste - hope you enjoy! Read more →
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15:14 | Oct 20th, 2014

Nocturne will officially launch in the coming weeks. Here is a taste - hope you enjoy! Read more → The post Ep. 0 – Welcome to the Night appeared first on Nocturne.
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15:14 | Oct 20th, 2014

Nocturne will officially launch in the coming weeks. Here is a taste - hope you enjoy! Read more → The post Ep. 0 – Welcome to the Night appeared first on Nocturne.