Society And Culture Podcasts

Always Anxious show

Always AnxiousJoin Now to Follow

Always Anxious with Allie and Annie

By Allie Evans & Annie Fink

心理电台 show

心理电台Join Now to Follow

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By 陌声人

Mersey Beaucoup show

Mersey BeaucoupJoin Now to Follow

Direct from Liverpool, hosted by Steph and Jake. Where no subject is off limits and both sexes get their say. Subscribe for weekly chats from the birds and the boys.

By Steph and Jake

Bleeding Purple show

Bleeding PurpleJoin Now to Follow

As the Fremantle Football Club embark on their 25th year in the AFL we'll be taking a stroll down memory lane and speaking to key stakeholders who were involved in the formation of the club. Hosted by Dr Jeffrey Boyle the club's Principle Physiotherapist. Boyle, a life member for the club, started at Fremantle in November 1994 and has been involved in all of the 543 games the club has played. Boyle is a passionate Fremantle man and just like all our glorious fans he…Bleeds Purple. The first episode of Bleeding Purple will be released on Thursday 21 March.

By Fremantle Football Club - Docker Media

Squires Sessions show

Squires SessionsJoin Now to Follow

When a Lifestyle Blogger/Writer marries a Sports Podcasting Mad Man... this is what you get. We don't have any special secrets to marriage - but we sure do have fun sharing each other's secrets and maybe, somewhere along the way... you can relate to our crazy. We are spilling way too many beans and sharing all of our rants, stories, and everything in between... we're here to discuss all things husband + wife + well... all things life.

By Jayme Squires

Best Habits You Can Follow To Not Feel Lonely When You’re Single show

Best Habits You Can Follow To Not Feel Lonely When You’re SingleJoin Now to Follow

I know being single is not that easy. Sometimes it makes us feel lonesome and tedious. But don't worry as this audio can help you with some of the habits that you can follow to make your single life happier and full of fun.

By julianjohnston

Soil to Soil show

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Soil to Soil serves to connect the dots in the lifecycle of clothing and material culture, offering a look at how, and why, Fibershed communities are working to cultivate fiber and dye systems that build soil and protect the health of our biosphere. Can fashion and textiles, an industry known as one of the heaviest polluters on the planet, change course and even become a stakeholder in a system that benefits people and planet? From sheep to sweater, field to finished good, we invite you to join us in connecting to the people and places providing a pathway to regional, regenerative fiber systems. Through individual interviews, the podcast will dive into questions such as who grew your clothes? How can fiber production build soil carbon? How can we measure the impacts of carbon farming? And more.

By Fibershed

Positively Dad show

Positively DadJoin Now to Follow

Fatherhood is fascinating. Let’s enjoy the journey. The Positively Dad Podcast is all about supporting dads in becoming amazing leaders, cheerleaders and supporters of their kids, families and partners. We’ll learn, grow and be challenged together by connecting with experts on fatherhood and families.

By James Shaw

Mens Rea:  A true crime podcast show

Mens Rea: A true crime podcastJoin Now to Follow

Mens Rea is the legal principle of intent that must be proved in a number of crimes, such as murder. It means literally, "guilty mind". Mens Rea Podcast explores the most notorious crimes from Ireland and the UK and the court cases that followed. Join your host, Sinead, every fortnight when a new case is discussed.

By Mens Rea True Crime

Pioneer Africa show

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Explore inspiring social ventures happening in Africa on this podcast! We'll discuss different approaches to social change and dive into the stories of the incredible people going above and beyond to contribute to the future of Africa. This podcast is hosted by journalist, actress and charity consultant Jenny Christina Conrads.

By Jenny Christina Conrads