Places And Travel Podcasts
<p>We are still grappling with many of the same injustices Black people have experienced for centuries in this country. Join Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite, sisters and co-authors of young adult novels DEAR HAITI, LOVE ALAINE and ONE OF THE GOOD ONES, as they delve into one of the United States’ recently rediscovered cultural artifacts, THE NEGRO MOTORIST GREEN BOOK. They’re taking you along on a three-part listening trip to learn even more about The Negro Motorist Green Book and its illustrious place in American history. Let’s go!</p>
By Maika and Maritza Moulite
A Podcast for Intellectually Curious People! Learn something new every single day. Everything Everywhere Daily tells the stories of interesting people, places, and things from around the world and throughout history. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, history, science, geography, and culture.
By Gary Arndt
<p><strong>Hey you…</strong> Join author, runner, broadcaster, and traveler Tony Fletcher on this show about positively engaging with the world outside our door.</p><br><p>Whether it’s to hike a local trail or climb a distant mountain, move to a new country or travel somewhere unusual, run a first 5k or tackle an ultra-marathon, <strong><em>One Step Beyond</em></strong> documents people who take a step outside their comfort zone to enrich their life. Over the course of 30+ episodes, our shows have featured guests from Kenya, Nepal, Tanzania and Colombia, as well as the USA and UK, talking about a wide range of topics.</p><br><p>Those guests have included: a rock star and a former professional athlete who have set up important initiatives, everyday young people who have reinvented their lives, a double amputee war veteran who has nonetheless taken on incredible physical challenges, a Zen Buddhist teacher who authored a book on running, one American who moved to Bogota who set up an art colony, and another who gave up dreams of becoming a professional ventriloquist to instead find a new life as an award-winning wildlife photographer. </p><br><p>We have talked to the pioneering founder of Africa's first running shoe company, to a family that traveled round the world together for over two years, and to a teacher who founded a travel company to support students of color, along with several of his students. We have also talked to amateur adventurers of all ages who have set themselves fierce goals - like walking the length of India, or running the Sparta course in Greece unaided - and achieved them. The show includes several episodes recorded on location, beginning with a 4-part documentary about climbing Kilimanjaro, but also including in-the-field tips on hiking without navigational tools and running on trails; how to master an ultra-marathon; and how to give up your possessions and start a new life. Shows generally stay under an hour, include additional commentary and information, and do not shy away from current affairs.</p><br><p><strong>Tony Fletcher</strong> is the British-born author of ten books, including best-selling biographies of Keith Moon, Wilson Pickett, R.E.M. and The Smiths<em>.</em> In 2016, he backpacked around the world with his wife and then 11-year old younger son. In 2019 he hosted and wrote “It's A Pixies Podcast." A keen runner, with dozens of road and trail marathons to his name, he lives in Kingston, New York.</p><br><p>Questions or comments or to <a href="http://eepurl.com/FQqXL" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Subscribe </a>to the One Step Beyond newsletter: OneStepBeyond@ijamming.net</p><br><p>Support this show <a target="_blank" rel="payment" href="http://supporter.acast.com/onestepbeyond">http://supporter.acast.com/onestepbeyond</a>.</p><br><hr><p style="color:grey;font-size:0.75em;"> See <a style="color:grey;" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" href="https://acast.com/privacy">acast.com/privacy</a> for privacy and opt-out information.</p>
By Tony Fletcher
We are a married, comedy duo hailing from the City of Saints who moved to the City of Angels. We established two flourishing comedy businesses in SLC and after gaining enough experience we decided to move somewhere we can actually make money doing comedy (hopefully). Our podcast serves as an informational and entertaining resource for people who are planning to move to LA and, like us, have no idea what they're doing. We will provide weekly updates about our lives living here along with reviews of restaurants and things to do and improvised scenes based on something that happened that week. We make mistakes so you don't have to! WEBSITE-https://www.movingtolapodcast.com/ for pictures and more recommendations. YOUTUBE CHANNEL-https://tinyurl.com/sprogec for more comedy.
By Andrew and Jessica Sproge
This Travel podcast is brought to you by Tripraja.com that is majorly renowned for providing a good number of tour packages in India. Our short episodes would act as the most perfect travel guide for you while you’re headed to India. It has got everything that you would have always wanted to listen to while journeying. Each episode would be ready with the brand-new information about India
By Travel Adventures
Get ready to celebrate God’s call to GO! Here comes your weekly dose of courage for the missionary in all of us. Buckle up! You’re going to hear amazing stories of radical transformation by actual mission trip participants from around the world. Every episode includes an inspiring word from God crafted just for you! We take you right inside 20+ years of real life mission trip devotional moments in India. If that is not enough, every week we will be sharing practical tools to empower & equip you as God uses missions to change your life.
By Global Hope India
The Unreserved Wine Talk podcast features candid conversations with the most fascinating people in the wine world. Your host, award-winning journalist Natalie MacLean, dives into how it feels to compete in the nerve-wracking World's Best Sommelier Competition, the shadowy underground of wine forgery, the zany tactics of a winemaker who hosted a funeral for cork, and more. Nestled in these colourful stories are practical tips on how to choose wine from a restaurant list, pair it with food and spot great values in the liquor store. Every second episode, Natalie goes solo with an unfiltered, personal reflection on wine. She'll share with you how it feels to be a woman in what is still a largely male-dominated field, her gut reaction to the latest health study that says no amount of alcohol consumption is safe and her journey in writing her next book. She'll reveal these vulnerable, sometimes embarrassing, stories with tipsy wit and wisdom that she's soaked up from 20 years of writing about wine. This podcast is for wine lovers from novices to well-cellared aficionados.
By Natalie MacLean