Society And Culture Podcasts

Grow See This: Podcast (mp4) show

Grow See This: Podcast (mp4)Join Now to Follow

As I was surfing the web for the first time these past few weeks. I had the same thought over and over again in my head. All of these web sites feel a little like lost voices in the void hoping to land in your lap (top), to inspire, refresh and ponder the profound and the profoundly strange. What is this urge to tell our stories to effectively no one and everyone? I realized then, that besides this slow burn in my belly to do this, I really I want to learn as much about the topic as you do. And so, through sharing my experience, I re-learn what it was that I wanted to learn in the first place and why, and to deepen my understanding of my subject. I haven't yet seen Recreating Eden , or smelled all 892 roses in the Pickering Nurseries catalogue, and I certainly don't have all of the answers (and wouldn't it be lovely if I did). It's just that I am really out there every day seeing, doing and observing, and why not share it with you gentle reader? For it is you that I think about when I make a garden. To bring serenity and joy to your day when you stop to smell the roses I have chosen and planted for one of my customers, in your neighbourhood. Oh that was cheesy! cheesy but heart felt. I am glad I wrote it. Enjoy my site and my podcasts.

By Beth Lawrence

The Allegheny Front show

The Allegheny FrontJoin Now to Follow

Each week, The Allegheny Front, an award-winning public radio program hosted by Matthew Craig, explores environmental issues and the natural history of Western Pennsylvania and beyond with interviews, feature stories and commentary.

By The Allegheny Front

Nature's Voice show

Nature's VoiceJoin Now to Follow

Love nature? You'll love Nature's Voice. Each month we'll bring you features, interviews and news of birds and wildlife, from back gardens to the Sumatran rainforest. If you can't get enough, try dipping into our back catalogue. We'll take you soaring with birds of prey, look back over 30 years of Big Garden Birdwatch, offer wildlife gardening advice and hear from celebrity wildlife lovers like Bill Oddie and Kate Humble. To make sure you get each new edition as soon as it’s published, why not become a subscriber? It's free and simple!

By RSPB

Zero Squared show

Zero SquaredJoin Now to Follow

Diet Soap is a philosophy podcast US donors who give $6 or more to the podcast will receive a copy of Douglas Lain's memoir "Pick Your Battle" or a copy of his novella "Wave of Mutilation." Donations of $15 or more from outside the US are also eligible. The best way to support the Diet Soap podcast is to subscribe to the Diet Soap Philosophy Workshop. Subscriber : $10.00USD - monthly Donor : $15.00USD - monthly Sectarian : $35.00USD - monthly Sugar Daddy : $100.00USD - monthly Hosted by Douglas Lain, the Diet Soap podcast explores surrealism, marxism, anarchism and continental philosophy through noise art or sound collages and interviews. Dedicated to applying imagination and intellect to what Lain thinks of as “the problem of Late Capitalism” the podcast is in its 4th year and reaches well over a thousand listeners every week. Check out the Diet Soap Podcast Blog. Get Diet Soap email updates. Type your email address below:Delivered by FeedBurner Find out more about the host of this podcast at douglaslain.com var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true}; new TWTR.Widget({ version: 2, type: 'profile', rpp: 1, interval: 6000, width: 100, height: 150, theme: { shell: { background: '#9c5619', color: '#ffffff' }, tweets: { background: '#524739', color: '#ffffff', links: '#bf9ba2' } }, features: { scrollbar: false, loop: false, live: false, hashtags: true, timestamp: true, avatars: false, behavior: 'all' } }).render().setUser('DougLain').start(); var hs_portalid=93087; var hs_salog_version = "2.00"; var hs_ppa = "dietsoappodomatic.app9.hubspot.com"; document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + document.location.protocol + "//" + hs_ppa + "/salog.js.aspx' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));

By Douglas Lain

CoHearence show

CoHearenceJoin Now to Follow

Andrew Mark and Amanda Di Battista, PhD students at York University\'s Faculty of Environmental Studies (FES), take listeners on a journey through current research interests at FES. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store.

By Amanda Di Battista and Andrew Mark

Survival Stories with Jacqui show

Survival Stories with JacquiJoin Now to Follow

The show is a resource in which Survivors of emotional and physical abuse tell their stories to help other victims find their way forwards. It was created to give victims a voice and raise awareness of the extent of the possible damage that may come with abuse. Ultimately it shows everyone that even though the road may be long, it is a worthwhile journey to find the light.

By Jacqui Gold

Interviews with California's Winemakers, Wine Experts, and Notable Chefs show

Interviews with California's Winemakers, Wine Experts, and Notable ChefsJoin Now to Follow

Weekly news andinterviews relating to wine and food in California

By Taste of Wine TV and The Wine Smarties

Verdant Reports: 5 Minute Podcasts show

Verdant Reports: 5 Minute PodcastsJoin Now to Follow

Verdant Reports are short, interesting, audio for people around the world who think that animals exist for their purposes rather than for ours. They are five minutes long, with a range of voices, facts checked, and context given. Quality over quantity. Vegan internet radio without waffle.

By Verdant Reports

The Maltercation – ALEHEADS show

The Maltercation – ALEHEADSJoin Now to Follow

The Maltercation on aleheads.com is a podcast solely dedicated to the world of beer… oh, and other stuff. Like sports. And movies. And cookies. We choose fun topics and yammer incessantly about the world\'s finest craft beers. Bottoms up!

By Slouch Sixpack

Olmeca Altos Short Films. show

Olmeca Altos Short Films.Join Now to Follow

Join bartenders Henry Besant and Dre Masso as they travel across Mexico and back to London to discover and explore theorigins of Tequila. In five short films they visit Los Altos in Mexico to discover the production of Tequila, take a look at the modern uses of the Agave plant and the tezontle stone, before returning to London to observe how the category has affected the vibrant bar scene.

By Olmeca Altos