Best Aircraft podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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The Fighter Pilot Podcast explores the fascinating world of air combat: the aircraft, the weapons systems, and most importantly--the people. Each episode features a guest who helps explain the topic at hand such as how ejection seats work or what it's like to fly on and off nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. Strap in and hang on for this incredible show! If you love the roar of a high-speed flyby or are enamored by the poise and confidence of the brave men and women who pilot these aircraft, ...
Weekly update of general aviation news from the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association
sUAS News
Promoting and showcasing Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Drones). We are all about platforms, subsystems and technology applications.sUASNews the global unmanned aviation news source.
Doing business with drones
Aviation Podcast - A unique view of aviaiton from both sides of the mic. Now with more ATC!Welcome! My name is Brandon Gonzales, I’m an Air Traffic Tower Controller at a busy General Aviation airport, but I also have a 25 year background in aviation as a Pilot, Flight Instructor, Aircraft Salesman, Ramper for a 2 major Airlines, FBO Line Serviceman, Plane Crash Survivor, and now Aviation Podcaster. My goal is to serve the aviation community at large, and to help you in your aviation endeavor ...
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Learning to fly
I'm a general aviation enthusiast who longed to learn to fly. My passion started long before I can remember. Most of my free time was spent, dreaming about flying, reading about flying, watching videos about flying, building wooden planes, drawing aircraft, flying in various flight simulators, joining other pilot communities in order to learn even more, etc....This year, I'm taking the leap. That's right! I'm going to learn to fly and earn my private pilot license. This podcast is to documen ...
Hearts Unleashed
Hearts Unleashed is a personal and professional development podcast committed to empowering YOU to operate with full freedom, power, and self-expression in every area of life. Life Coach, Speaker, and Author, Abigail Gazda shares hers and other’s journeys and insights to shine a light on the path you are walking towards your fullest life. Having made her own “hot mess” of transformation, Abigail will invite you to get your hands dirty listening to this podcast! After leaving her full time co ...
The WW2 Podcast
A history podcast looking at all aspects of WWII, military history, social history, the battles, the campaigns, tanks, gun and other equipment, the politics and those who ran the war. I look at it all. With WW2 slipping from living memory I aim to look at different historical aspects of the Second World War. In each episode of the WWII Podcast I interview an expert on a subject. No topics are out of bounds (as yet), and I cover the military history side of the war as well as looking the home ...
Dive deep into the passenger experience with In Conversation from Runway Girl Network, talking airlines, airports, seats, cabins, inflight connectivity and more! RGN's deputy editor John Walton (@thatjohn) talks to a different fascinating aviation expert every episode about their #PaxEx specialty.For all the latest news on the passenger experience, visit and follow @RunwayGirl on Twitter.
Tom Swift is an inventor, and these are his adventures. The locale is the little town of Shopton in upstate New York, near Lake Carlopa. While some of Tom's inventions are not well-founded in a scientific sense, others elaborated developments in the news and in popular magazines aimed at young science and invention enthusiasts. Presenting themselves as a forecast of future possibilities, they now and then hit close to the mark. Some predicted inventions that came true include "photo telephon ...
The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer: The command center for breaking news, politics and extraordinary reports from around the world. The Situation Room airs weekdays 5p-7p eastern on CNN. In this podcast you will get the 6p-7p hour Monday through Friday.
Every Little Thing
ARRRRR pirate peg legs really a thing? Who invented the Cha Cha Slide? How old is Winnie the Pooh? ELT is here to answer your burning questions. If you have a question that needs answering, call the ELT Help Line at 833-RING-ELT or send an audio message to Every Little Thing is produced Gimlet Media and hosted by Flora Lichtman.
Talking Flight
Alaska Airlines Captain Mike Swanigan interviews the interesting people he has met during his flying career.
Plane Tales
Aviation Podcasts
On The Bench
A scale model podcast about all things to do with building scale models.
Plane Tales
Aviation Podcasts
Aerial America
Above the Everyday
We cover our family’s journey from suburbia to the American Redoubt, the politics of why we are moving, homesteading and more self-reliant living. I believe one way to rediscover the Libertarian Christian roots of this republic is to look at moving to “deep red” states, or areas that are very conservative, such as the American Redoubt.
Aerial America
Above the Everyday
DRI Infrastructure
Delft University of Technology on iTunes
In conversation with those that experienced the Cold War and those who are fascinated.
Current content form the Science News Magazine
Former naval officer and Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran turned anecdote archeologist. An excavator of hidden gems who infuses them with a healthy dose of pop culture. Navigating the globe offers unique perspectives, an appreciation for life's ironies, and random descents into absurdity. USNA class of 2006 graduate with a B.S. in History. Masters in Systems Analysis (Applied Math) from the Naval Postgraduate School.
We are a FOAMED project devoted to providing TOTAL care everywhere. This is done by sharing the Tools Of the Trade and Academic Learning in Emergency Medicine (TOTAL EM). We believe in education for emergency medicine professionals and the public.
The weekly audio podcast that explores and expands your passion for aviation.
Learn French with free daily podcasts, brought to you by French teachers from Paris. DailyFrenchPod is an amazing effective and new way to learn French, combining daily podcast, a daily learning guide including review exercices, PDF transcript, keywords, audio and PDF vocabulary sheets, grammar tutorials, and a large community of students and experts to practice with.
The best in emergency management news, technologies and practices for experts in the field.
True Mysteries of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest are stories of strange and unexplained people, places, and events obscured by the mists of time. All stories are true and researched. Names and locations may be altered to protect the privacy of individuals and private property.
Founded in 1973, The Heritage Foundation is a research and educational institution—a think tank—whose mission is to formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional American values, and a strong national defense.
Conversations with Aerospace Pioneers
Pilot Episodes
Welcome to Pilot Episodes, the podcast all about flying. Every episode Godders Parky and Dunc share their experiences about flying above the clouds. The boys between them have over 16,000 hours of fast jet experience with the RAF, Dutch Air Force and US Air Force. Talk about their experiences flying Harriers, Tornadoes, F-16s, Hawks, Red Arrows, Spitfires and in fact anything you can think of. If they haven’t flown it they know somebody who has.
Features and interviews on Brooklands Radio
The weekly audio podcast that explores and expands your passion for aviation.
Welcome to The Bird Craft where Joshua explores being a healthy aviation professional and the many rewards, risk, and sacrifices rooted deep in our culture. Become a supporter of this podcast:
Time in Flight
NASA X Vodcasts
NASA X is a new NASA television show and video podcast that follows innovative new technologies and the NASA scientists, researchers and engineers who are putting them to work for us.
The official podcast of Australian Aviation magazine, and its sister publications, Australian Defence Business Review and AviatorMag.
STAGE is a program of the North Shore Disability Resource Centre
Military technology and defense industry trends, from the articles of National Defense Magazine.
Cato Video
Cato Video presents a variety of speakers, interviews, and events at the Cato Institute. The wealth of Cato's multimedia content is carefully selected and edited to portray the most pivotal issues in a concise and engaging way, inviting viewers to rethink their assumptions about liberty and the proper role of government.
Highlights Chicago area services, products, and businesses on WBBM Newsradio in Chicago
NBAA Flight Plan is a regular podcast featuring business aviation news and information for people on the go. Each issue provides an overview of important developments affecting NBAA Members, and the Association’s work to advocate for their interests. Listen to NBAA Flight Plan to hear the latest operational, regulatory and legislative news, and what it means for companies of all sizes, all across the U.S., that rely on business aviation to succeed. Subscribe to the NBAA Flight Plan podcast v ...
Podcast by Nonstop Dan
The Madison Police Department is recognized nationally and internationally as one of the leaders in community-based policing where officers are all recognized as leaders and encouraged to be problem-solving guardians. Leading the MPD is Chief Mike Koval, a former Bucky Badger and FBI agent who likes to post signs around MPD districts. They read: “POLICE LIKE A CHAMPION TODAY!” Koval, who joined the MPD in 1983, was – for decades - the MPD recruiting sergeant. In that role, he sought out a ve ...
Gyroplane Flying
Flying gyroplanes is fun and exciting with a perfect bird's-eye view. We discuss everything gyros about this amazing rotorcraft, to include: kit building and maintenance, flight instruction, safety, regulations and much more.
Welcome to Manage This, the podcast by project managers for project managers. Every first and third Tuesday of the month we have a conversation about what matters to you as a professional project manager. Andy Crowe and Bill Yates, both well respected thought leaders in the project management industry, cover subjects such as project management certification and doing the job of project management, as well as get inside the brains of some of the leaders in the industry and also hear your stor ...
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Today mysteries from around the world takes the listener to Italy and deep into the mystery of Pope Joan.
On September 8th, 1974, famous daredevil Evel Knievel climbed into a steam-powered rocket and attempted to blast across Idaho's Snake River Canyon.
On September 8th, 1974, famous daredevil Evel Knievel climbed into a steam-powered rocket and attempted to blast across Idaho's Snake River Canyon.By Smithsonian Channel.
Tabasco sauce got its start after the Civil War, when Edmund McIlhenny of Avery Island, Louisiana, began fermenting his red pepper plants in order to make a spicy sauce.By Smithsonian Channel.
Tabasco sauce got its start after the Civil War, when Edmund McIlhenny of Avery Island, Louisiana, began fermenting his red pepper plants in order to make a spicy sauce.
Graham Laycock talks to John Axtell from Guildford Astronomical Society about the Total Lunar Eclipse that happened in the early hours of this morning.By (Brooklands FM).
Americans are sleeping less than they were 13 years ago Technology use and stress could be contributing to the short-sleep trend By Rodrigo Pérez Ortega 12:00pm, December 21, 2018 POOR SLUMBER Light-emitting devices and high stress levels could be contributing to sleep deficits among Americans, especially minorities.…
Big data reveals hints of how, when and where mental disorders start New genetic complexities emerge for schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and autism By Laura Sanders 2:49pm, December 13, 2018 ON THE BRAIN Lab-grown brain organoids (one shown) mimic the real thing, analyses suggest.
Two daring spacecraft aim to bring asteroid dust back to Earth The pristine space material may help explain life's beginnings By Lisa Grossman 2:42pm, January 15, 2019 TREASURE HUNTERS Two spacecraft, Hayabusa2 (left) and OSIRIS-REx (right), began exploring two ancient asteroids in 2018.
Babies born in opioid withdrawal have unusually small heads A new study suggests the drugs may impair brain growth By Aimee Cunningham 3:25pm, December 12, 2018 LESS GROWTH Infants born in withdrawal from opioids had heads that were nearly a centimeter smaller, on average, than babies born to mothers who didn't use the drugs while pregnant.…
150 years on, the periodic table has more stories than it has elements Its organization holds stories of discovery and strange reactions By Elizabeth Quill 11:29am, January 8, 2019 INTRINSIC ORDER Every element on this venerated table has its own story.
Hybrid rice engineered with CRISPR can clone its seeds The research raises hopes of making bigger crop yields more affordable By Susan Milius 3:52pm, December 12, 2018 CLONING MILESTONE The gene-editing tool CRISPR can be used to make hybrid rice plants that can clone their seeds, Imtiyaz Khanday (left), Venkatesan Sundaresan (right) and collea ...…
NASA's OSIRIS-REx finds signs of water on the asteroid Bennu The craft will spend 2019 scoping out the best spot to grab a handful of space rock dust By Lisa Grossman 6:13pm, December 10, 2018 ROUGH TERRAIN The boulder-strewn asteroid Bennu, shown here in a mosaic of images taken by the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft on December 2, is full of water-rich ...…
The periodic table remains essential after 150 years By Nancy Shute 7:15am, January 8, 2019 Magazine issue: Vol. 195, No. 1, January 19, 2019, p. 2 Email Print Twitter Facebook Reddit Google+ Sponsor Message
New research may upend what we know about how tornadoes form As the climate changes, twister behavior on the ground is changing too By Carolyn Gramling 2:06pm, December 14, 2018 BIRTH OF A TWISTER Radar data combined with visual observations of this tornado that struck El Reno, Okla., on May 31, 2013, are offering new clues into how such twiste ...…
How the periodic table went from a sketch to an enduring masterpiece 150 years ago, Mendeleev perceived the relationships of the chemical elements By Tom Siegfried 11:29am, January 8, 2019 REVOLUTIONARY Russian chemist Dmitrii Mendeleev (shown around 1880) was the first to publish a periodic table, which put the known elements into a logical or ...…
The list of extreme weather caused by human-driven climate change grows From droughts to deluges, scientists link 16 events in 2017 to global warming By Carolyn Gramling 10:41am, December 11, 2018 DRY LAND Human-caused climate change was responsible for extremely warm ocean temperatures off the Horn of Africa from March through June 2017.…
Biologists are one step closer to creating snake venom in the lab Researchers have grown organoids that mimic the venom glands of snakes By Tina Hesman Saey 2:08pm, December 11, 2018 NO FANGS NEEDED Antidotes to snakebites require milking snakes for their venom, but new work with stem cells may allow researchers to make venom in the lab instead.…
The Parker Solar Probe takes its first up-close look at the sun The spacecraft broke speed and distance records on its initial solar flyby By Lisa Grossman 5:49pm, December 12, 2018 FIRST LOOK One of the first images NASA's Parker Solar Probe took during its close encounter with the sun shows a streamer of plasma in the outer solar atmosphere, ...…
Tumor 'organoids' may speed cancer treatment A new method can quickly test hundreds of drugs on mini tumors grown from patients' own cells By Esther Landhuis 12:00pm, December 17, 2018 TUMOR IN A DISH By growing patients' cancer cells into mini tumors (many of the round dots seen at the edge of this image) in the lab, researchers are developing ...…
A controversial sighting of dark matter is looking even shakier The COSINE-100 experiment finds no evidence of the evasive subatomic particles By Emily Conover 1:00pm, December 5, 2018 DAMA DRAMA The COSINE-100 dark matter detector (pictured) found no signs of the mysterious subatomic particles interacting in sodium iodide crystals, casting dou ...…
Dads, not just moms, can pass along mitochondrial DNA In rare cases, kids can inherit the energy-producing organelles from fathers, a study finds By Tina Hesman Saey 6:00am, December 3, 2018 PATERNAL POWERHOUSE Energy-generating organelles called mitochondria (blue in this false color transmission electron microscope image of a liver cell) are ...…
Getting goose bumps could boost hair growth The same nerves, muscles and hormones work together to stimulate hair follicles By Tina Hesman Saey 6:00am, December 11, 2018 HAIR RAISING The hormone and nervous reactions that make the pupils of your eyes dilate, your heart race and your skin break out in goose bumps may also make hair grow.…
Nearly 200 Great Barrier Reef coral species also live in the deep sea The unexpected coral bounty means deep reefs have a richer biodiversity than thought By Cassie Martin 7:05pm, December 11, 2018 DEEP DIVE Researchers have found a plethora of shallow water coral species in the deep ocean off Australia's northeastern coast.…
This scientist watches meat rot to decipher the Neandertal diet Nitrogen-15 levels in putrefying meat could explain high levels of the isotope in hominid fossils By Laurel Hamers 6:00am, January 2, 2019 HIGH STEAKS Kimberly Foecke is measuring the biochemical changes of rotting meat, hoping to get a better understanding of Neandertal diets in t ...…
50 years ago, scientists studied orcas in the wild for the first time Excerpt from the January 18, 1969 issue of Science News By Mike Denison 8:00am, January 10, 2019 IN BLACK AND WHITE Killer whales captured off the coast of British Columbia in 1968 offered scientists the first chance to study the animals in their natural habitat.…
Readers ask about electrons' roundness, a science board game and more Your letters and comments on the November 10, 2018, and November 24, 2018 issues of Science News By Science News Staff 7:00am, January 8, 2019 Magazine issue: Vol. 195, No. 1, January 19, 2019, p. 30 Email Print Twitter Facebook Reddit Google+ Sponsor Message Beer today, gone ...…
How some sap-sucking insects fling their pee Sharpshooters can hurl their liquid waste at an acceleration up to 20 times Earth's gravity By Emily Conover 6:00am, December 4, 2018 BOMBS AWAY Glassy-winged sharpshooters (one shown) chug plant sap and excrete liquid waste.
Magnets make a new soft metamaterial stiffen up in a flash The material could be used to make adaptive robots and body armor By Maria Temming 2:00pm, December 7, 2018 MAGNETICALLY MALLEABLE A new magnetically tunable metamaterial contains many "unit cells" (like these pictured above) composed of plastic tubes filled with tiny bits of iron and oil.…
Scientists' collection of gravitational waves just got a lot bigger Scientists added 4 new sets of spacetime ripples to their inventory By Emily Conover 1:19pm, December 4, 2018 COUNT ' EM Physicists have now spotted gravitational waves from 10 black hole collisions (two black holes illustrated) and one neutron star merger.…
Little Foot' skeleton analysis reignites debate over the hominid's species Researchers disagree over resurrecting a defunct species name By Bruce Bower 6:00am, December 12, 2018 FOSSIL PUZZLE Paleoanthropologist Ron Clarke excavates the skull of a hominid skeleton known as Little Foot.
A 5,000-year-old mass grave harbors the oldest plague bacteria ever found An ancient woman's teeth might help reveal how the deadly disease got its start By Bruce Bower 11:00am, December 6, 2018 PLAGUED BONES Bacterial DNA recovered from a Scandinavian woman buried in this mass grave around 5,000 years ago could yield clues to the origins of th ...…
Why do some auctioneers talk so fast? And what are they actually saying? ELT gets the low-down on auction talk from a professional auctioneer. Plus, pro-tips for developing your auctioneer chant. Guest: Junior Staggs, professional auctioneer. Thanks to caller Katie.
Le scientifique américain James Watson, prix Nobel, s'est vu retirer ses titres après...
VertiGO the fully electric motorcycle
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The realisation of a Zero emission Silent Aircraft
Graham Laycock's special guest the well-known Surrey based DJ David ‘Kid’ Jensen talking about his life in radio and joining Roger McCormick co-hosting The Blues Hour on Brooklands Radio on Fridays at 11.0pm and Thursdays at 7.0pm. Plus David is joined by Nigel Scott who also has Parkinsons to talk about the illness.…
It’s a busy 2019 already for European aviation, with airlines disappearing, drones appearing and Brexit looming. Aviation journalist Gesche Wüpper is in conversation with RGN deputy editor John Walton to analyse the very latest news and consider the consequences. What are the implications of Virgin Atlantic’s purchase of Flybe? Will it work whe ...…
White House: Trump to meet with Kim Jong Un in February, democrats vow to dig into buzzfeed obstruction allegations, say if true, claims would amount to impeachable offense, White House: Trump to meet with Kim Jong Un in February; second summit announced after talks with North Korean envoy, Trump, Pelosi shutdown battle escalates as speaker acc ...…
In this episode we welcome back Torsten Belger a former East German Officer. Torsten was part of the 40th Anniversary Parade of the GDR which unknown to him at the time would be its last. He tells of the training for the parade and his meeting with Yasser Arafat, the Head of the Palestinian Liberation Organisation. Torsten also shares how he he ...…
Today's episode takes the listener back 45 years to a giant Ghost ship sited on Lake superior thought to be the Edmond Fitzgerald.
Graham Laycock introduces Diana Roberts from the Guildford Tourist Information Centre with the essential guide things to see and do in Surrey over the coming weeks.By (Brooklands FM).
Graham Laycock talks to Rachelle Barnett from the Woking & Sam Beare Hospices about today's winning numbers and the winner of the £1,000 first prize plus the latest fund raising plans. More details at (Brooklands FM).
Democrats slam Trump for canceling Pelosi's trip, call his actions "petty" and "like a fifth grader"; White House preps strategy to deal with Mueller report as Giuliani concedes Trump campaign may have colluded; Cohen says he paid thousands to rig online polls for Trump; Tells CNN: "What I did was at the direction" of Trump; Self-proclaimed sex ...…
Un homme a reçu une amende à Taiwan pour avoir envoyé un chat qu'il ne voulait plus ...
Des médicaments pas chers et largement utilisés pour le diabète et le coeur peuvent ...
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