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Capital Area District Libraries is excited to provide you with a nice mix of entertainment and information through our CADLcast network of podcasts (CADLcast, Executive Edition and Reader's Roundtable).

Latest Episodes

CADLcast Episode 19: What can comics tell us about community, identity, and power?

What can comics tell us about community, identity, and power? Get the answer from Dr. Julian C. Chambliss.

25 MIN1 w ago
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CADLcast Episode 19: What can comics tell us about community, identity, and power?

Blind Date with a Book

From Feb. 1–15, visit any CADL branch and check out a title from the Blind Date with a Book display. Titles and authors are hidden, but be brave—you may just find your perfect match underneath the mysterious paper wrapping. Digital book lovers can get in on the excitement, too.

31 s1 w ago
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Blind Date with a Book

Reader's Roundtable Episode 22: LIVE from the Expo!

The hosts of the Reader's Roundtable brought their podcast to the podium in this month's episode! They recommended some must-read titles to a live audience at the Mid-Michigan Women's Expo as one of the featured presentations.

42 MIN1 w ago
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Reader's Roundtable Episode 22: LIVE from the Expo!

CADLcast Episode 18: Former Radio Personality Uses Yoga to Help Others

Former radio personality uses yoga to help survivors of chronic trauma.

10 MIN2 w ago
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CADLcast Episode 18: Former Radio Personality Uses Yoga to Help Others

Reader's Roundtable Episode 21: It's a Lifestyle

Cheryl and Jessica check-in with how they're incorporating reading into their routine, and discuss new and favorite lifestyle titles. Afterwards, Mari is joined by two outstanding youth librarians—Tom Shilts from the Okemos Branch and Lindsay Anderson from the Mason Branch—to discuss what makes their favorite children and teen titles from 2019 stand out. Listen before Jan. 26 to find out how you could win a FREE pair of tickets for the Mid-Michigan Women's Expo (https://www.kohlerexpo.com/mm-womens-expo) ! Find the titles discussed (https://www.cadl.org/about/who-what-why/blog/readers-roundtable-episode-21-its-lifestyle) .

47 MINJAN 16
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Reader's Roundtable Episode 21: It's a Lifestyle

Reader's Roundtable Episode 20: Reading and Reflection

As the year comes to end, we felt it was a good time to reflect and make plans for the year to come. So for this episode we’re focusing on actual reading. Reading habits, reading plans, tracking reading and more. This month it’s all about how we read! Find mentioned books and sources here (https://www.cadl.org/about/who-what-why/blog/reading-and-reflection) .

44 MIN2019 DEC 17
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Reader's Roundtable Episode 20: Reading and Reflection

CADLcast Extra: Interview with Kaena Kekoa and Jonathan Weir from Aladdin

A short discussion with cast members from Disney's Aladdin.

5 MIN2019 DEC 4
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CADLcast Extra: Interview with Kaena Kekoa and Jonathan Weir from Aladdin

Reader's Roundtable Episode 19: Great November Reads!

Titles that honor Picture Book Month, Native American Heritage Month and Non-Fiction November are all discussed, plus more all-around great reads! Find the books (https://www.cadl.org/about/who-what-why/blog/readers-roundtable-episode-19-great-november-reads) mentioned in our collection.

38 MIN2019 NOV 28
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Reader's Roundtable Episode 19: Great November Reads!

CADLcast Episode 17: State Librarian Randy Riley; CADL's Julie Chrisinske & Heidi Butler

Hear about the Library of Michigan, newly renovated Williamston Library and the history resources available through Capital Area District Libraries.

24 MIN2019 NOV 18
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CADLcast Episode 17: State Librarian Randy Riley; CADL's Julie Chrisinske & Heidi Butler

CADLcast Extra: Interview with Nick Cartell from Les Misérables

Nick Cartell plays the ex-convict Jean Valjean in the hit Broadway musical Les Misérables. Set against the backdrop of 19th-century France, Les Misérables tells an unforgettable story of heartbreak, passion and resilience of the human spirit. Its glorious new staging and dazzlingly reimagined scenery has left critics and audiences alike awestruck. Also borrow (https://opac.cadl.org/record=b1581968~S15) the original Broadway cast recording. Based on the book Les Misérables (https://opac.cadl.org/record=b2090419~S15) by Victor Hugo. Immerse yourself further with music (https://opac.cadl.org/search/X?SEARCH=Les+Mis%C3%A9rables&searchscope=15&m=j&m=4&a=&l=&SORT=D) , TV and movies (https://opac.cadl.org/search/X?SEARCH=Les+Mis%C3%A9rables&searchscope=15&m=u&m=3&m=1&a=&l=&SORT=D) , books (https://opac.cadl.org/search/X?SEARCH=Les+Mis%C3%A9rables&searchscope=15&m=a&m=t&m=l&a=&l=&SORT=D) and audiobooks (https://opac.cadl.org/search/X?SEARCH=Les+Mis%C3%A9rables&searchscope=15&m=y&m=s&m=q&...

32 s2019 NOV 15
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CADLcast Extra: Interview with Nick Cartell from Les Misérables

Latest Episodes

CADLcast Episode 19: What can comics tell us about community, identity, and power?

What can comics tell us about community, identity, and power? Get the answer from Dr. Julian C. Chambliss.

25 MIN1 w ago
Comments
CADLcast Episode 19: What can comics tell us about community, identity, and power?

Blind Date with a Book

From Feb. 1–15, visit any CADL branch and check out a title from the Blind Date with a Book display. Titles and authors are hidden, but be brave—you may just find your perfect match underneath the mysterious paper wrapping. Digital book lovers can get in on the excitement, too.

31 s1 w ago
Comments
Blind Date with a Book

Reader's Roundtable Episode 22: LIVE from the Expo!

The hosts of the Reader's Roundtable brought their podcast to the podium in this month's episode! They recommended some must-read titles to a live audience at the Mid-Michigan Women's Expo as one of the featured presentations.

42 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Reader's Roundtable Episode 22: LIVE from the Expo!

CADLcast Episode 18: Former Radio Personality Uses Yoga to Help Others

Former radio personality uses yoga to help survivors of chronic trauma.

10 MIN2 w ago
Comments
CADLcast Episode 18: Former Radio Personality Uses Yoga to Help Others

Reader's Roundtable Episode 21: It's a Lifestyle

Cheryl and Jessica check-in with how they're incorporating reading into their routine, and discuss new and favorite lifestyle titles. Afterwards, Mari is joined by two outstanding youth librarians—Tom Shilts from the Okemos Branch and Lindsay Anderson from the Mason Branch—to discuss what makes their favorite children and teen titles from 2019 stand out. Listen before Jan. 26 to find out how you could win a FREE pair of tickets for the Mid-Michigan Women's Expo (https://www.kohlerexpo.com/mm-womens-expo) ! Find the titles discussed (https://www.cadl.org/about/who-what-why/blog/readers-roundtable-episode-21-its-lifestyle) .

47 MINJAN 16
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Reader's Roundtable Episode 21: It's a Lifestyle

Reader's Roundtable Episode 20: Reading and Reflection

As the year comes to end, we felt it was a good time to reflect and make plans for the year to come. So for this episode we’re focusing on actual reading. Reading habits, reading plans, tracking reading and more. This month it’s all about how we read! Find mentioned books and sources here (https://www.cadl.org/about/who-what-why/blog/reading-and-reflection) .

44 MIN2019 DEC 17
Comments
Reader's Roundtable Episode 20: Reading and Reflection

CADLcast Extra: Interview with Kaena Kekoa and Jonathan Weir from Aladdin

A short discussion with cast members from Disney's Aladdin.

5 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
CADLcast Extra: Interview with Kaena Kekoa and Jonathan Weir from Aladdin

Reader's Roundtable Episode 19: Great November Reads!

Titles that honor Picture Book Month, Native American Heritage Month and Non-Fiction November are all discussed, plus more all-around great reads! Find the books (https://www.cadl.org/about/who-what-why/blog/readers-roundtable-episode-19-great-november-reads) mentioned in our collection.

38 MIN2019 NOV 28
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Reader's Roundtable Episode 19: Great November Reads!

CADLcast Episode 17: State Librarian Randy Riley; CADL's Julie Chrisinske & Heidi Butler

Hear about the Library of Michigan, newly renovated Williamston Library and the history resources available through Capital Area District Libraries.

24 MIN2019 NOV 18
Comments
CADLcast Episode 17: State Librarian Randy Riley; CADL's Julie Chrisinske & Heidi Butler

CADLcast Extra: Interview with Nick Cartell from Les Misérables

Nick Cartell plays the ex-convict Jean Valjean in the hit Broadway musical Les Misérables. Set against the backdrop of 19th-century France, Les Misérables tells an unforgettable story of heartbreak, passion and resilience of the human spirit. Its glorious new staging and dazzlingly reimagined scenery has left critics and audiences alike awestruck. Also borrow (https://opac.cadl.org/record=b1581968~S15) the original Broadway cast recording. Based on the book Les Misérables (https://opac.cadl.org/record=b2090419~S15) by Victor Hugo. Immerse yourself further with music (https://opac.cadl.org/search/X?SEARCH=Les+Mis%C3%A9rables&searchscope=15&m=j&m=4&a=&l=&SORT=D) , TV and movies (https://opac.cadl.org/search/X?SEARCH=Les+Mis%C3%A9rables&searchscope=15&m=u&m=3&m=1&a=&l=&SORT=D) , books (https://opac.cadl.org/search/X?SEARCH=Les+Mis%C3%A9rables&searchscope=15&m=a&m=t&m=l&a=&l=&SORT=D) and audiobooks (https://opac.cadl.org/search/X?SEARCH=Les+Mis%C3%A9rables&searchscope=15&m=y&m=s&m=q&...

32 s2019 NOV 15
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CADLcast Extra: Interview with Nick Cartell from Les Misérables
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