Society And Culture Podcasts
www.joinusinfrance.com Each week professional tour guide Elyse Rivin and podcast producer Annie Sargent will take you on a tour of a specific monument or site in France. They both live in France and have been friends for a long time. The podcasts will cover Paris (all neighborhoods and major monuments such as the Louvre, Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower, the Latin Quarter, the Marais, the Opera House, the Champs Elysees, the shopping areas, etc.) as well as beautiful sites, villages, and places all over France starting with Chartres, Versailles, the Champagne area, the chateaux of the Loire Valley, Provence, the Dordogne, the wine country in the South, Carcassonne, and many more. These podcasts bring you insights into travel to France, French culture, French language tips for the busy traveler, as well as transportation in and around France. Annie and Elyse will talk about hotels, restaurants, wine, cheese, food, and anything that has to do with life in France that interests them and that might interest you as well. Elyse is an American who has been living in France for 20 years and France is both her home and her passion. She's an art historian and tour guide who has worked and traveled all over the country. Annie is French but lived in the US for 18 years before moving back home to France. They both want to share the best of France with you as the country they know and love.
By Elyse Rivin and Annie Sargent: Sharing the Best of France
Have you ever made an Instagram video inviting students to youth group? Or used a fire emoji to describe someone's preaching? Chances are, you're like us, an Ex-Youth Pastor. Join Drew and Michael every week as they discuss youth pastor stereotypes, youth culture, and hype.
By Drew Saccenti & Michael Anderson
Hi, I'm Sam and I run the automotive YouTube channel, SeenThroughGlass. 'BehindTheGlass' is a weekly automotive podcast which aims to take you behind the scenes of my YouTube channel and will feature exclusive interviews with influential people from the automotive social media worlds as well as discussions on the latest car industry news. Hope you enjoy.
By Seen Through Glass
"Leading Voices in Real Estate" is a podcast hosted by Matt Slepin of Terra Search Partners. In this podcast series, we interview city builders who use innovative approaches to create healthier, more economically vibrant communities with character and a high quality of life. These leaders provide inspiration to those of us looking to build better cities.
By Matt Slepin
The Sini-Gang are pinoys depicting a slice of Filipino-American life in Virginia Beach, VA via a weekly, light-hearted Podcast. We discuss anything and everything, and we call 'em as we see 'em through our Filipino-American eyes. Don't take us too seriously though, we don't.
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.
A bi-weekly podcast featuring terrifying tales of the unexplained - written and read by award winning English Broadcaster, Philip Holmes. Stories of ghosts, folklore, monsters, the paranormal and the things you know 'are there' - but you don't want to believe actually are... Get the campfire lit! An iTunes acclaimed 'New & Noteworthy' podcast.
By Philip Holmes
<p>America’s West is under assault - from Mother Nature. The number of large, destructive wildfires continues to climb. Unusual weather patterns are arising for the first time in decades. Shorter winters, shrinking snow pack and human water demand are leading to historically low reservoir levels. Weather anomalies are becoming the norm. The reasons why the climate is changing is an ongoing debate. In this 'Fire and Ice' podcast, however, journalists across four western states go beyond the partisan politics and explore the real-time impacts of these changing weather patterns: a 'Game of Thrones' involving human activity and forces of nature.</p>
By Tribune Media
Relive classic radio shows from some of the most popular radio programs of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. Before streaming video, television and computers the only form of entertainment was the radio and most of the shows back then were the inspiration of the television shows and movies we have today. This podcast is all about bringing those classic radios shows from the past to the modern listener of today.
By Kim Komando