Best farming podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Farming Programme
All the latest from the Agricultural World, with Sean Dunderdale.
Lancaster Farming newspaper editors talk to farmers and experts about industrial hemp.
Mairead Lavery from the Farmers Journal comes in to talk to us about what is happening on the farms around the country each week. From how to milk a
Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
Wise Traditions
Looking to improve your health? The Wise Traditions podcast embraces traditions from the past for optimal health today! The key is to nourish our bodies with nutrient-dense food, not processed, food-like products. Health coach Hilda Labrada Gore, known as Holistic Hilda, is the host and producer of the show. She conducts down-to-earth interviews with leading health and wellness experts (scientists, doctors, farmers, physical therapists, and more) to uncover practical tips that you can incorp ...
For people passionate about farming, gardening, food politics, food security, and the intersections among these topics. Jordan Marr, a certified organic farmer in British Columbia, interviews farmers, gardeners, academics, and journalists about stuff farmers and food system nerds care about. If where and how your food is produced matters to you, this podcast is produced for you!
Safe and Sound
A show about animal welfare and rights, produced by Sandra Kyle who hosts the show, together with regular presenters Lynley Tulloch, Paul Judge and Sarah Oliver.Using music, news updates, guests, panel debates and discussions, Sandra plans to cover animal welfare and rights and plant-based diet recipes and other issues related to our use of animals, including the environmental impacts of farming. Safe and Sound covers such topics as factory farming, dairy farming, animals and the law, duck s ...
In the Garden
Gardening is an art form all its own. I contend that gardening is not just miniature farming or farming-lite but rather something entirely different than farming with different objectives and methods. As a gardener my objective is twofold; one is to have a continuous harvest of fresh veggies during the growing season and two is to grow a crop to harvest for storage to keep us in veggies over the winter months. To accomplish this I use a simple method, a recipe of garden basics. The garden ba ...
Discussion of agricultural news and rural affairs from Ireland's leading farming and agri-business newspaper, the Irish Farmers' Journal. Every Thursday.
Meet the Farmers
Meet the Farmers highlights the realities of running a farm in the UK. The episodes each profile a different farm, looking at the enterprises and interviewing the people who work on them.It’s about highlighting the realities of farming life, the good times and the bad, as well as farmers’ hopes and fears for the future.
Turnip Greens Radio
A podcast about farming in capitalism and climate catastrophe. By Kevin Zak of Open Source Farm.
The organic and sustainable farming movement has its roots in sharing information about production techniques, marketing, and the rewards and challenges of the farming life. Join veteran farmer, consultant, and farm educator Chris Blanchard for down-to-earth conversations with experienced farmers - and the occasional non-farmer - about everything from soil fertility and record-keeping to getting your crops to market without making yourself crazy. Whether his guests are discussing employment ...
Learning From and Working With Nature- Podcasts about the natural world and solutions that benefit both people and planet. Interviews, news, and commentary about ecology, regenerative farming, permaculture, organic gardening, sustainability, green living, and ethnobotany. Visit us at
Commentary and interviews on different aspects of permaculture, horticulture, farming, homesteading, eco building, alternative energy and more
Sound Bites
Hosted by award-winning Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Melissa Joy Dobbins, the Guilt-Free RD® - "because food shouldn't make you feel bad!" Join Melissa’s conversations with experts including researchers, academics, authors, dietitians and more as they delve into the science, psychology and strategies behind good food and nutrition. Guests like Dr. David Katz, Ellie Krieger, SciBabe, and Gretchen Rubin address topics including healthy diets, dieting and weight management, diabetes, agri ...
Welcome to our weekly Homesteading podcast, where we discuss Homesteading & farming topics like: chickens, ducks, goats, bees, organic gardening, sustainability, self reliance & poultry. So pull up a chair, grab a piece of homemade pie, and join us on our Homesteading journey....Our Fun & Simple Farm Life on our little Homestead with Jason Smith, aka, The Dancing Farmer.
A weekly look at the news, the views and the people behind the Manx countryside and farming industry with Simon Clarke and Kirree Kermode.
From street food in Thailand to a bakery in a Syrian refugee camp to how one scientist uses state of the art pollen analysis to track the origins of honey (and also to solve cold murder cases), Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio goes anywhere and everywhere to ask questions and get answers about home cooking, food, culture, wine, farming, restaurants, literature, and the lives and cultures of the people who grow, produce, and create the food we eat.
Welcome to the Modern Homesteading Podcast, where we talk about all things homesteading. We discuss things like gardening, livestock, food preservation, self sufficiency, sustainability, urban farming, foraging, hunting, fishing and the know-how and skills that will help you in your homesteading journey and even sometimes we get to hear about what others are doing on their homesteads.
Get Sellers Calling You is a "marketing for real estate agents" podcast with an occasional Christian focus. Created by real estate lead generation expert Beatty Carmichael, this podcast provides prospecting marketing ideas for real estate agents and tips on getting and converting seller leads in your sphere of influence, geographic farming, and all types of marketing. Beatty works with some of the top real estate agents in the country helping them both generate seller leads and convert them ...
The Gardening Corner. Small Farming. We talk about good habits in Gardening, for example composting radio Podcast. Hydroponics grow. We also have a blog PeoplePowerfarm.comYour Host Antonio is a media Student. Marketing student. Hydroponics specialist.How to grow food with hydroponics. Instargram,Google hangout.Now YouTube- PeoplePowerFarm. #gardenPodcast #heathfood
Into the Weeds
This original podcast series is hosted by Anders Gurda, Manager of Agronomy Solutions at Pipeline Foods. It provides in-depth interviews with organic farmers and experts, and covers a wide variety of topics and stories related to organic row crop production. We know that you have plenty of windshield time in your profession, so wanted to give you something to listen to and think about as you plant, cultivate, harvest, and spend those hours on the road. In these episodes, we wander into the w ...
The Ground Shots Podcast is an audio project documenting conversations with folks who's work intersects with the land through craft, farming, herbalism, activism, art and more. We've been making this podcast on the road as a way to share the work of folks we meet along the way.
Welcome to Southern Agriculture Weekly, where Jay and Nick share insights about farming in the Southern United States.
The Green Source Gardens Farmcast is a new show broadcast to your podcast feed from the frontier of regenerative farming and legalized marijuanna. Whenever the seasons change, the Farmcast will find Green Source Gardens owners and founders Nick and Liz checking in with producer Ben Worcester to chat about life on their farm. Expect a new quarterly episode every solstice and equinox. In-between the seasons, on a semi-regular basis, Nick and Liz will talk with industry friends, review cultivar ...
Dr Adam Rutherford and guests illuminate the mysteries and challenge the controversies behind the science that's changing our world.
Short-format, original reports from the environment podcast Living Planet - released every Thursday by Deutsche Welle, Germany's international broadcaster. We bring you stories on eco problems and their solutions from around the world - visit for more.
Mother Earth News and Friends shares the stories of the leaders in sustainable and rural living. We’re passionate about helping people learn more about natural health, homesteading, and sustainability.
Here at ECashsociety TechTalks I discuss various types of technology, and how you can make money from tech! I have been in the world of online business for several years now, and host the website which is effectively a website you can use to make money. I also host the YouTube channel under the same name where we have these same discussions face to face, and take a look at some of the newest, and greatest tech! Be sure to tune into my podcast if your on the fly, and ...
Rough Around The Hedges is about growing vegetables. It's about a personal journey towards being more self sufficient. It's about illustrating how anyone can grow vegetables no matter where they are from and what their circumstances are; whether you live on an acre of land or have a tiny courtyard garden."No matter where you are you can grow something to eat. Shift your thinking and you'd be surprised at the places your food can be grown! Window sill, fire escape and rooftop gardens have the ...
The Bottom Line
Evan Davis hosts the business conversation show with people at the top giving insight into what matters
Journalism wrapped in a game-show package. Host Stephen J. Dubner (of “Freakonomics Radio”) and a celebrity co-host invite guests on stage in front of a live audience to tell us something we don’t know. The co-hosts — a mix of leaders in science, academia, sports, media, and comedy — grill the guests, and by the end we’ve all gotten a bit smarter. Each episode has a new topic, a new co-host, and new guests. There’s also a real-time human fact-checker to keep everyone honest. Think of the mos ...
Are We There Yet?
The Space Exploration Podcast
Investigating every aspect of the food we eat
What should future schools look like? How do brains learn? Some of the world's greatest educators, researchers, and community leaders share their stories and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
Good Food
Evan Kleiman's taste of life, culture and the human species.
An evidence-based discussion about genetic improvement
UN News
Global perspective, human stories
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EconTalk is an award-winning weekly talk show about economics in daily life. Featured guests include renowned economics professors, Nobel Prize winners, and exciting speakers on all kinds of topical matters related to economic thought. Host Russ Roberts, of the Library of Economics and Liberty and the Hoover Institution, draws you in with lively guests and creative repartee. Topics include health care, business cycles, economic growth, free trade, education, finance, politics, sports, book r ...
In the Balance
The biggest financial stories and why they matter to us all.
Join students in college classrooms to hear lectures on topics ranging from the American Revolution to 9-11.
Unreserved is the radio space for Indigenous community, culture, and conversation. Host Rosanna Deerchild takes you straight into Indigenous Canada, from Halifax to Haida Gwaii, from Shamattawa to Ottawa, introducing listeners to the storytellers, culture makers and community shakers from across the country.
Join Andie and Ben as they go on adventures, try out fun outdoor gear, and have guests over to chat about every single Apocalypse survival scenario they (and you the listener) can think of! They're not just preppers, they're comedians and tech nerds so it’s a lil’ silly. Hunker in their bunker and let's survive this thing together!
The Godless Spellchecker Podcast is an award winning weekly sceptical show in a conversational, interview format hosted by Stephen Knight. We hear from leading public figures as well as people without a public profile that have equally valuable experiences and ideas to share. The goal is to amplify good ideas and scrutinise bad ones. I think we've all learned something here today.
Interviews about Organic and Earth Friendly Gardening
[NÖRD:IGT] är en podcast om TV- och dataspel, comics, film och TV-serier. Vi spelar spel så ofta vi kan på alla möjliga olika plattformar, t.ex. PC, Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Wii, Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita och iPhone. Vi läser comics som andra läser dagspress med en förkärlek till Spider-Man, Batman och The Walking Dead. Vi ser filmer som tar med oss på resor till världar vi aldrig skulle få uppleva annars: Star Wars, James Bond, LOtR, Sherlock Holmes och Indiana Jones. Vi tittar på TV-serier som ...
Scotland Outdoors
Your free, weekly, pocket guide to the Scottish outdoors. A flavour of the countryside in 15 minutes! From BBC Radio Scotland
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CAR militia leader transferred to International Criminal Court UNICEF urges Sudan to protect children from violence UN Chief calls on “bold, innovative ideas” from global digital tech leaders
In this week's podcast, we hear from ploughing champion Eamonn Tracey, participants in social farming, British farmers battling the anti-farmer movement and TDs and MEPs on Brexit.
Dr.John Sharry joins Sean in studio to discuss parenting questions.
Mairead Lavery joins Sean in studio to discuss the latest farming news.
Mark and Euan chat to former Landward producer, Arthur Anderson.
The human brain is not wired for critical thinking and there are many barriers to changing our behavior. Dr. Jason Riis shares Nobel prize winning research to help us think more critically, and a 3-part strategy for understanding and improving behavior change efforts. Get the full shownotes and resources at…
“A global economic downturn and a lack of political leadership are a combination that could end very badly for the world’s economy”, a leading UN financial expert has warned. In an interview with Daniel Johnson of UN News, Richard Kozul-Wright, a globalization expert and Director with the Trade and Development agency UNCTAD, gives his assessmen ...…
Repeal of Guatemala ‘reconciliation law’ would lead to amnesty for rights violators: Bachelet Mediterranean migrant drownings should spur European States’ solidarity, urge UN agencies Human rights must be bedrock of “Globalization 4.0”, UN experts tell Davos leaders
In this episode of First Words, Bruce Starlight explains why there are only 29 speakers of Tsuut'ina left and teaches you a short, conversational way to greet someone.
While the global economy will continue to grow at a steady pace of around three percent in 2019 and 2020, that growth is expected to be uneven and may fail to reach where it is most needed. This is according to the 2019 World Economic Situation and Prospects Report, launched on Monday. Dawn Holland, Chief of the Global Economic Monitoring Branc ...…
UN official says trade report shows eradication of poverty “unlikely” Urgent need for disarmament in current climate UN agency dispels refugees disease-spreading myth
Economist Jennifer Doleac of Texas A&M University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about her research on crime, police, and the unexpected consequences of the criminal justice system. Topics discussed include legislation banning asking job applicants if they've been in prison, body cameras for police, the use of DNA databases, the use of N ...…
There is a push to roll out small cell towers in our neighborhoods and cities. The radiation from these small wireless antennas is not small at all. The installations--placed on streetlights, lampposts, trash cans, & mailboxes in our neighborhoods--emit microwave radiation at higher frequencies than our current technology and, thus, pose a grea ...…
Part 2 Paul and Shawn talk to Jacob Lund Fisker of Early Retirement Extreme fame. They go over the a chapter in detail with Jacob’s comments. Credit: Bill Crim Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast on this thread at Permies. This podcast was made possible thanks to: Suleiman, Ka ...…
Today on PVP, Craig and guest host Daniel Kirk, Sunrise Precision Team Lead, sit down with Matt Sweeney of Adapt-N to talk about this unique technology, where it came from and where it’s headed.
Maps have long been called a tool of colonization. They've carved out pieces of Indigenous land and replaced them with neat lines of provinces and territories. But Indigenous cartographers are drawing back their places and names, using mapmaking to tell us the true story of what we now call Canada.
Deep frying our food is a fast efficient way of cooking and it's not new.The ancient Greeks staged comedies involving frying pans. The Romans fried fish in copious amounts of oil. But these days deep frying often gets a bad press. British chip shops compete to create ever more outrageous deep fried dishes. Deep fried chocolate orange anyone? Am ...…
Sean explores whether there is post-Brexit money to made from so-called No-Till Farming.By (Ant Edwards).
University of Massachusetts Amherst professor Traci Parker talks about the lunch counter sit-ins that took place in the early 1960s as part of the civil rights movement.
Imagine if you approached your meals with the same consideration you give to the choices you make in an election. Well, when we choose what we eat, in important ways we are also voting for the type of food and farming system we want. Not only are we to wonder if the food will taste good, be safe and be affordable, but also whether we are choosi ...…
Researchers and communicators in biotechnology have experienced it for a long time– the people that oppose genetic engineering frequently know the least about it. This observation was studied formally by a group of cognitive and [...]
An out of sorts capercaillie, red squirrels in Aberdeen and waste busting in Morayshire
The UK parliament has rejected the Brexit deal struck between the government and the European Union. As the clock ticks to the deadline for the UK to leave the EU at the end of March, In the Balance hears how businesses are planning in times of deep uncertainty. Ed Butler asks business people in the EU and in the UK how they will manage to cont ...…
America’s Test Kitchen host Julia Collin Davison drops by to talk recipe testing and Cook’s Illustrated, which recently turned 25. We’re also looking at how the federal government shutdown affects what’s on our plates. Plus: Bill Addison weighs on Fiona while Bill Esparza gives us the 411 on his recent taco finds around the city.…
Call for probe into deadly violence against Zimbabwe protests Deadly attack on Nigerian town leaves tens of thousands of people without aid DRC Ebola outbreak can be handled effectively, despite challenges: WHO
Episode 149: Incredible Edible is an urban gardening project in Todmorden, England. Started in 2008, as a conversation between friends and envisioned as a revolution of kindness, Incredible Edible has transformed the market town of Todmorden into an edible oasis. In this interview, Incredible Edible's co-founder Mary Clear tells the story of ho ...…
What would it ACTUALLY take to replace your income with music? Is it possible to leverage your musical skill-set in such a way that you end up working less and making MORE? that’s what we discuss in this weeks episode of TechMuze. Using myself as a case study we crunch the numbers and explore exactly how I managed to gradually shift more and mo ...…
An attack by an armed group on the isolated town of Rann in north-east Nigeria has cut aid to tens of thousands of people and uprooted many more, UN humanitarians said on Friday. With the latest information, here’s Samantha Newport from the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), speaking to Daniel Johnson from UN News.…
We catch up with British food star Nigella Lawson about the philosophy of life and home cooking. Plus does coffee cause cancer?; Pakistan’s Martha Stewart; pisto; and quick yogurt sauce. (Originally published May 24, 2018.)
Paul and Shawn talk to Jacob Lund Fisker of Early Retirement Extreme fame. They go over the a chapter in detail with Jacob’s comments. Jacob and Paul talked about the value of the Wheaton Eco scale and how scales like that are useful. Credit: Bill Crim Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of t ...…
This week on Taking The Myth, Stephen Knight (@GSpellchecker) and Iram Ramzan of (@Iram_Ramzan) discuss the big topics. They cover: Owen Jones, the Christian missionary killed by a remote tribe, the Scandinavian tourists killed by ISIS in Morocco, the Manchester stabbing: Does ‘mental health issues’ negate ideological motivation? Raha ...…
Germany recently closed its last black coal mines, but continues to extract and burn lignite. Although the country has pledged to move away from coal-power, how long will it take? The government is planning a phaseout, but how will it affect people in the Rhineland region in the west of Germany, who live and work in one of the country’s key coa ...…
In Indonesia, the capital city Jakarta is sinking about 25 centimeters each year. That's not only due to rising sea levels but mainly because of water overexploitation. People who don't have access to public drinking water are taking water from underground aquifers. As a result, the ground is giving way and the country is sinking into the sea.…
Argentina’s energy strategy relies on a major expansion of shale gas and oil drilling and the government hopes that it can raise natural gas production from 130 million cubic meters a day to 260 million, supplying the country and providing gas to export. Will this compromise Argentina's commitment towards the environment?…
Around around 70 percent of the world’s surface is covered by water, yet under one percent is suitable for drinking, industry and hygiene. Irene Baños Ruiz reported reported on the environment impact of water desalination for DW online, and explains how the process is demanding on the environment.
Veckans panel består av Jonas, Malin och Niklas.I veckans avsnitt river Malin av sin NOTY 2018, hon har även spelat indiespelen Gris och Return of the Obra Dinn. Niklas har spenderat julen med att kolla på ett gäng av Netflix egenproducerade filmer: Anon, Apostle och Bird Box. Niklas har även sett den Shane blacks The Predator.Vi ger även våra ...…
With the publication of the UK Government’s Clear Air Strategy this week, Professor of atmospheric chemistry at the University of York, Alastair Lewis, discusses with Adam Rutherford about whether the guidelines go far enough. It’s a hugely complex issue that’s been complied with unprecedented scientific input. The most obvious conclusion is th ...…
Reports that Sudanese security agents have used live ammunition and tear gas against anti-Government protesters gathering at hospitals in the capital Khartoum are “deeply worrying”, the UN’s top human rights official, Michelle Bachelet, said on Thursday. Daniel Johnson from UN News spoke to Ravina Shamdasani from OHCHR .…
"The research community has to wake up - and speak up about their research so it doesn't get misinterpreted. Better that the scientist communicates about their own research than the many other unqualified people who will - if they don't." - Dr. Taylor Wallace Can you trust research that's funded by the food industry? Do consumers really want "t ...…
In this episode of Mother Earth News and Friends, we discuss the considerations you need to take when keeping chickens during the colder months including diet, shelter, and choosing cold weather breeds. Joining Charlotte for this conversation is Jeannette Beranger. Jeannette is the Senior Program Manager for The Livestock Conservancy. She uses ...…
Of the tens of thousands of uses of industrial hemp, one of the most practical is as a building material known as hempcrete, created by mixing the inner woody core of the hemp plant, known as the hurd, with lime.…
As the UN’s International Year of Indigenous Languages begins, ancient mother-tongues under threat of extinction across the world, need to be seen as a “symptom” of a much wider struggle. That’s the view of one leading linguistics professor in New York, Daniel Kaufman, founder of the non-profit Endangered Language Alliance. In this edition of t ...…
UN chief calls for deeper efforts to stop widening inequality Countries failing to protect the interests of all their people: UN Human Rights chief 890 people killed western DRC violence: UN Human Rights chief calls for justice
In this week's podcast, we meet the teenage inventor of a robotic strip grazer, attend a TB meeting, hear about new feedstuffs you can use to make biogas and wonder if we could produce more veal.
Sean joined by Mairead Lavery from The Irish Farmers Journal with this week's farming news.
Paul Wheaton and Shawn Klassen-Koop discuss working on the Better World Book that will be coming out as a Kickstarter after the first of the year. Paul has been posting drafts of some chapters of the book on various locations and forums in the site and this podcast covers replacing petroleum. Credit: Eric Tolbert Support the podcast ...…
Thousands of families in Yemen’s war-torn Hudaydah Governorate have received their first aid deliveries in more than six months, the World Food Programme (WFP) said on Tuesday. In an interview with Daniel Johnson from UN News, the agency’s Hervé Verhoosel explains who the aid will help and why ongoing access is urgently needed.…
International Criminal Court acquits Laurent Gbagbo of Côte d’Ivoire allegations Aid reaches war-hit Hudaydah communities for first time in months – WFP ‘Life and death’ conditions in Syria’s desert camp, warns WFP
In this episode of First Words, Cameron Adams explains how living with an acquired brain injury makes learning Swampy Cree even more challenging. He'll also teach you a bunch of words including kisâkihitin, which means I love you, and how to say hello and bugs.
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