Best Ambulance podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast that reviews discusses horror movies of all eras and all qualities. Hopefully the name "Werewolf Ambulance" is enough to give you the impression that this is not exactly an academic discussion.
Produced by the Professional Ambulance Association of Wisconsin (PAAW), this podcast is your source for EMS news, leadership & staff development topics, and coverage of the Midwest EMS Expo.
Inside Health
Dr Mark Porter demystifies health issues, separating fact from fiction and bringing clarity to conflicting health advice, with the help of regular contributor GP Margaret McCartney
The story of technological progress is one of drama and intrigue, sudden insight and plain hard work. Let’s explore technology’s spectacular failures and many magnificent success stories.
Science and comedy collide as physicist Dr. Kevin Peter Hickerson is joined by comedians Jimmy O Yang, Mitch Burrow, Owen Benjamin, Griff Pippin and Matthew Broussard, discuss the absurdities of the universe with intriguing and inspiring guests from the best of the academic and entertainment world.
Scotland Outdoors
Your free, weekly, pocket guide to the Scottish outdoors. A flavour of the countryside in 15 minutes! From BBC Radio Scotland
Join Dr. Sydnee McElroy and her husband Justin for a tour of all the dumb, bad, gross, weird and wrong ways we've tried to fix people.
Every day the Grenfell Tower Inquiry sits, Eddie Mair analyses and explains the evidence heard.
Bad Asians
The podcast that starts off talking Asian things and slowly devolves into self indulgent thought exercises. David and Imran are comedians in SF and NYC who provide colorful commentary on current events, culture, and conversation pieces.
Women's History Podcast
Essential listening, community issues and news
A weekly podcast starring Clincy, the writer/artist/comedian and creator of the popular EMS themed comic strip, “EMScapades”! Covering topics from EMS to just about anything else, this podcast is also interactive! Listeners and readers can submit questions and comments through our social media pages, and even have their voices featured on-air using recordings from a call in hotline! Join the conversation!
Drinking Drunk
Lifelong alcoholics Sarah Martin and Elison Cruz indulge in a variety of drinks while ruminating on film, music, and the intricacies of modern life and pop culture. Drink responsibly!
Deep in Japan
Bringing you rich, insightful interviews from both locals and foreigners in Japan, this podcast seeks to get under the surface and explore Japan in depth.
3 Gigs
Hosted by Dominic Davi, bassist for the punk band Tsunami Bomb, 3 Gigs is a podcast that focuses on the three shows that have had a profound effect on a performers life and career, the very first performance, their best performance, and their worst performance. These shows define their career and no matter how far along in their career, every performer has a story to tell.
Life of Gary
Hi there! Welcome to my podcast I'm a guy that's living life and building a businesses. If you like my voice stick around :) and join me on my journey!Est. 2017
Playing the hottest new artists that you will not hear anywhere and having a great time talking to artists you will love for the rest of your lives...also having fans call in and ask some of the most ridiculous things you will ever get asked...
ON Point with Alex Pierson is an in-depth, no-nonsense look at the stories making headlines. Alex has 20 years in the field, and behind an anchor desk.and is known and respected for her tough reporting style and accountability. Join the daily conversation with ON Point with Alex Pierson and never miss an important story again.
Gifted Punksters
A weekly podcast in which two grown men discuss comic books, indie rock, and other things you likely got your ass kicked for liking in high school. Hosted by Kevin Cardinale and Patrick Bartlett.
Background Briefing is daring narrative journalism: Australian investigations with impact. Our award-winning reporters forensically uncover the hidden stories at the heart of the country’s biggest issues.
Lake Effect
Lake Effect is Milwaukee Public Radio's the daily interview/magazine program, featuring conversations, commentary and more. Guests - from authors to academics, musicians to politicians - take on subjects that link Wisconsin with the world and the world with Wisconsin.
From the Austin-Travis County EMS System Office of the Medical Director, this blog will cover topics of prehospital care, emergency medicine, tactical medicine, rescue, community paramedicine, disaster response, and public health. Expect to hear medical pearls, the latest research, reviews of anything as it relates to EMS.
Are you Down To Fight Fire? Then listen in to a group of rural Volunteer Firefighters as we discuss how our department works together to Innovate, Adapt and Overcome the challenges we face both on and off the Fire ground. #DTFFpodcast #DownToFightFire #Firefighting #Volunteer #Firefighter #FireFamily #Firefighters #EMS #Rescue #Fire #Emergency #FireDepartment #FirstResponders #Firedept #FireDepartment #FireHouse #FireRescue #ThinRedLine #FireService #BrotherHood #SisterHood #FireFighterLife ...
Money Talks
Dedicated to helping our audience navigate the bumpy economic road ahead. With in-depth reports and analysis, Money Talks makes the news your business.
RNZ: Checkpoint
Checkpoint is RNZ’s weekday drive-time news programme.Our multi-media show broadcasts on 101FM, and you can also watch it live on our website, Freeview Channel 50 and Face TV on Sky Channel 083 every weeknight from 5pm, where we tackle the stories of the day. Hosted by Lisa Owen.Send news tips and feedback to
95bFM: The Wire
95bFM's daily News and Current Affairs hour. Reuben McLaren, Leonard Powell, Lillian Hanly, Lachlan Balfour and Kelly Enright bring you the issues from Tāmaki Makaurau and elsewhere, in independent-thinking bFM style.
Start the Music!
What does a sound engineer do? How does a record label form? Kat interviews people from all over the music industry from band to journalist asking them their story and about their connection with music. New episodes biweekly on Thursdays.
FPL 360
Welcome to the home of FPL 360, the FPL podcast where we hope you have as much fun listening to it as we do recording it.
KALW's guide to the 2018 midterm elections for Bay Area voters. We'll be releasing 2-minute summaries of the measures and propositions on the upcoming ballot.
The UK Firefly and Serenity Podcast
The Cody Builds a Business Podcast is your front row seat (with backstage passes) to watching Cody Burch build a business from scratch (no followers, no subscribers, no shine, no list...). Will he succeed or will he fail? Stay tuned to find out for yourself....Hey my name is Cody Burch and in February 2017 I left my corporate job of 11 years and set sail to start my own marketing agency. In the Summer of 2017 I had the idea to create an online product to serve more people. Trouble is, I only ...
"Health Science (For the Rest of Us!)" is a podcast where we take a super practical look at the body, its shenanigans, and the world of fascinating ways we try to keep it healthy. hosts terel and siri explore everything from duckbilled N95 masks to fart migration to better understand and celebrate the universe inside plain language!to write to us, send a message to info@healthscienceforeveryone.comvisit us at more shenanigans on our twitte ...
This is the Official Soundcloud page of the U.S. Army Medical Department Museum. The mission of the AMEDD Center of History & Heritage (ACHH) is to educate, inspire, and promote esprit de corps in AMEDD Soldiers, DA civilians, and the public, by telling the story of Army Medicine. This mission is supported by the collection and preservation of documents in an accessible archive and by exhibiting and interpreting artifacts. ACHH provides historical context to aid senior leaders' decision-maki ...
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.
Essex Ham promotes the hobby of amateur radio in Essex. Our team is often out and about in England looking at the various different aspects of the ham radio hobby, and we release occasional video and audio recordings featuring some of the things that we have discovered in our travels. The audio and video that we release are not podcasts in the traditional sense, but this feed is here for those looking to get our latest content automatically. Follow our media feed to get latest updates from t ...
Join us live as we interview interesting people around the world who want to share their story. Anything can and will be asked. So sit back and go live with KRXM
Legal advice, lessons on life, and other marginal insights by practicing criminal defense lawyers. The attorneys Off The Record are Steve Palmer, Jeff Linn, and Bill Fornia.
Law Talk
This is Law Talk, where Bill Sherwood, Yosef Kuperman, and John Koch discuss all things law related. Become a supporter of this podcast:
Welcome to "Will You Accept This Podcast?" Two Bachelor enthused sisters (Leslie Salas and Lara Ziobro), one fabulous podcast summarizing the best and the worst from each week's episode. Here for the drama.
The Russian Pod- Stories from Russia is a podcast about Russian history, culture, and traditions from someone who lived in Russia, someone who visited, and someone who has never been. Join us as we discuss Russian food, fairy tales, current events, Russian holidays, movies filmed in Russia and the Soviet Union, and more. Follow us on Twitter @TheRussianPod
Big Brown Boys
Three Big Brown Boys get together to discuss life, our loves, and most importantly, food.
Bringing you closer to the most interesting people in the world of malaria.Each week, you'll be able to listen to an exclusive interview with someone making an impact. From researchers to entrepreneurs, we believe that everyone's voice should be heard.This is Five Minutes, a podcast by Fight Malaria.
The mission of the National Library of Ireland (NLI) is to collect, preserve, promote and make accessible the documentary and intellectual record of the life of Ireland and to contribute to the provision of access to the larger universe of recorded knowledge. It is open, free of charge, to all those who wish to consult the collections. The Office of the Chief Herald in Kildare Street and the National Photographic Archive in Temple Bar are both part of the National Library. Further informatio ...
The Stafford Show
Irreverent, but never irrelevant, Stafford is an information junkie with an extensive frame of reference and years of experience.
BEST PT Podcast
The Board Exam Study Time for PT Podcast - The BEST PT Podcast! This podcast is intended to provide an auditory method of studying the for the NPTE-PT that is currently lacking in availability in the study market.
Patient Safety
Nard and Ray share stories on LGBT issues, bear events, personalities, pop-culture and many more.
FPT Podcast
The Official FPT Podcast, featuring your hosts Jon, Brian & Lucas, will be your one-stop place to listen in on the latest news within the FPT community. You’ll get to hear it all, in full-quality audio; our opinions of the latest tech news, insider info within the FPT community, and just random bits of our own daily lives, because you know, we have those too. We’ll provide you with references and show notes for everything that we cover so you read and learn more. Occasional guest appearances ...
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It's the final week before hometowns and tensions are running high as they return to Colton's hometown, Denver. It's tears from a number of the ladies not chosen for the final pre-hometown one-on-ones. Tayshia is pointing fingers, echoing the warning of Katie and Sydney regarding some in the ladies in the house "not being ready". It's Tayshia / ...…
Mark and Helen meet Myrtle Simpson who in her 80s was awarded the Polar Medal.
Wednesday on Lake Effect : We look at what the variety of new political parties in Wisconsin could mean for local elections next year. Later, the role Children's College Savings Accounts could play in helping MPS students. We preview the upcoming Academy Awards with our film contributor Dave Luhrssen, and we catch up with Milwaukee native, writ ...…
Computers, A.I. and automation are in the process of making a lot of jobs obsolete. 2020 Presidential candidate Andrew Yang is running on a platform of Universal Basic Income (UBI) or Freedom Dividend. UBI would provide every person in the United States a monthly cash payment, kind of like the U.S. paying everyone a dividend for the success of ...…
Andddd.... just like that they were gone. All these juicy new listeners I garnered in the first 6 weeks of the year I scared away after only a few episodes! My first thought was, "Dang it". My second thought was, "I wonder why this happened" Followed by, "I'll win them back or find new ones" :) Listen to how it all happened and what I'm going t ...…
Episode: 1640 Learning electricity and learning about technological revolutions. Today, we become electrified.By Dr. John Lienhard.
The first houses from the troubled Bella Vista subdivision in Tauranga are being removed over the next few days in what will be the final chapter in a long-running saga.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is being urged to step in and solve a long-running standoff between the Transport Agency and 20 Auckland homeowners who say roadworks have damaged their houses.
Kiwibuild is teaming up with house builder Mike Greer Homes to construct more than 100 houses in North West Auckland and Canterbury. But at the same time as the Housing Minister Phil Twyford was unveiling the plan, National was accusing Housing New Zealand of cutting first home buyers out of the market.…
Wellington iwi erupted in haka and song on Wellington's waterfront today as they welcomed thousands to the capital for Te Matatini - the biggest kapa haka competition in the country. The four-day festival will begin tomorrow, where 46 teams from 13 regions across New Zealand and in Australia will take to the stage.…
As profits earned by charity-owned businesses continue to skyrocket, critics say a centuries old law which allows them to dodge income tax needs to go. As Nita Blake-Persen reports, you might be surprised how many products in your pantry are made by companies which don't have to pay tax.
Winston Peters is standing by his attack on former Prime Minister Dame Jenny Shipley after an article appeared in China's People's Daily under her byline in support of the country's reforms. But Dame Jenny says she didn't write the piece.
GCSB head Andrew Hampton has denied coming under political or diplomatic pressure to reject Spark's proposal to partner with Chinese telecom firm Huawei to rollout 5G here. Political Editor Jane Patterson reports.
The latest electricity recommendations say struggling households should get more help and prompt-payment discounts should be dropped. An independent panel says its focus has been on fair and affordable pricing, and says government should not introduce pricing caps and other radical changes.
News from the business sector, including a market report.
Susan Burdett's best friend has told a court she confided in her about a secret relationship with a man named 'Mike' before she was killed. Malcolm Rewa is on trial for the murder of Ms Burdett, who was found clubbed to death in her South Auckland home 27 years ago.
More than 5000 early childhood carers are set to lose their government subsidies if they don't get qualified. The new rule has divided the sector with some companies saying it will force educators underground or out of business, and others saying upskilling is a good idea.
Auckland Transport chairman Lester Levy says Lime must prove its e-scooters are safe by Friday or get all of them off the roads. He told Lisa Owen he's also considering an investigation into the role of paid lobbyists getting Lime into Auckland.
Alex is joined by Rubina Ahmed-Haq, Global News Radio Personal Finance Expert, to discuss Payless ShoeSource Canada Inc, who says it will soon file for creditor protection in Canada and close all 2,500 of its North American stores this spring. According to the company's chief restructuring officer Stephen Marotta, the closures are happening bec ...…
Alex is joined by Lorne Honickman, Global News Radio Legal Expert, for this edition of Case and Point. Topics include - Justin Trudeau's right-hand-man resigns, Jody Wilson-Raybould turns heads on Parliament Hill after appearing at a cabinet meeting, a Montreal judge has thrown out the charges against a SNC executive, the man accused in the Eat ...…
Alex is joined by Glenn Carritt, Innisfail, Alberta Councillor and convoy organizer, to talk about the hundreds of semi-trailers, pickup trucks, cars and buses that rolled into Ottawa on Tuesday, to protest the federal government’s policies on the oil industry. The main portion of the United We Roll Convoy set out from Red Deer, Alta., last Thu ...…
On this edition of Counterpoint, Alex is joined by: Mike Van Soelen - Principal at Navigator, communications strategist and commentator & Stephen Ledrew - Toronto-based lawyer and broadcaster Topics include: In a political double-whammy, Jody Wilson-Raybould makes an appearance at a cabinet meeting in Ottawa, despite resigning from said cabinet ...…
Alex is joined by Alise Mills, Strategic Counsel & Crisis Communications, Media Commentator, to discuss the ever-developing story that is SNC Lavalin. While new information continues to come to light, a recent IPSOS poll, provided exclusively to Global News, shows the Trudeau government is losing political support, thus making a re-election bid ...…
Tonight's Top Talkers are: Scott Thompson - Global News Radio Hamilton (12pm-3pm) & Craig Needles - Global News Radio London (9am-Noon) Topics include: Jody Wilson-Raybould confirms she is still a member of the Liberal caucus after appearing at a recent cabinet meeting in Ottawa, charges against a high-ranking SNC executive involved in the on-g ...…
It seems that things are going from bad to worse for Justin Trudeau. In the days since news broke of alleged interference in criminal proceedings involving Montreal based engineering firm, SNC Lavalin, the Prime Minister has witnessed the resignation of former Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Jody Wilson-Raybould. Now, his Principal Se ...…
Dr Mark Porter investigates the digitisation of the NHS: are online, asynchronous GP consultations the future? He visits a GP surgery in Tower Hamlets to find out how patients are getting in touch online, in their own time. Does it help improve access for patients and manage workload for busy GPs? Manu Vatish, an obstetrician from the Universit ...…
In this podcast I share my experience with working at a desk job and my thoughts on doing the work despite your feelings.
The French government's so-called 'Great National Debate' designed to diffuse the Yellow Vest movement has passed its halfway point. As President Emmanuel Macron tours the country, it's become increasingly clear the resentment and economic anxiety that have fueled months of protests are deeply rooted. Paolo Montecillo gave us an update on the m ...…
Beijing has announced a plan to develop one of its most important regions over the coming decades. It's called the Greater Bay Area, and its ambitious goal is to rival some of the world's most important economic regions. Joel Flynn brings us the story. #Technology #Advance #Economy
The first 'World Restaurant Awards' have been held in Paris, crowning the best kitchens on the planet. Unlike other honours, they mostly recognise more affordable restaurants and are less stuffy, featuring categories such as 'Instagram Account of the Year', 'Ethical Thinking' and even best 'Tattoo-Free Chef'. And taking out the top award for th ...…
Global sales of collectibles are on the rise, boosted by fans, young and old. And there's money to be made. Original Star Wars figures have been known to sell for $25,000, while 1959 Barbie dolls have sold for nearly as much. These days, action figures, dolls and play-sets are among the biggest sellers - as children build their collections, and ...…
The pioneering German fashion designer, Karl Lagerfeld, has died aged 85. As tributes pour-in from around the world, we take a look-back at his long and illustrious career at fashion houses like Chanel and Fendi. To unpack the creative director’s influence on the fashion business we are joined by Luca Solca, managing director at investment mana ...…
Honda is saying 'sayonara' to its operations in the UK. After 71 years, the Japanese auto giant says it'll be shutting down its flagship car plant in the southwest town of Swindon in 2021. The Honda CEO has denied the decision was driven by uncertainty over Brexit, but it's a fresh blow to the auto industry that's already been spooked by thousa ...…
We have a two part special with Sam Ireland from FOAMfrat. He is a critical care paramedic in Wisconsin and a brilliant mind including with ventilation. Sam agreed to come on to talk both about impending and acute ventilatory failure. Stay tuned next week for the second part of his talk.
Join us on today with our guest Drue De Milo. Drue de Milo is a dreamy pop angel. Like the Venus de Milo before her, she and every sound she makes are full of beauty, desire and love. With an ethereal yet relatable vibe, Drue weaves poetic verses and catchy hooks over cinematic pop beats, like she's singing the soundtrack to the best night of y ...…
Today on Lake Effect: How the remarkable work of Ear Hustle podcast producers Nigel Poor and Earlonne Woods has changed since Woods was released from prison. Plus, Poor talks about some historic photos from within San Quentin currently on display at the Milwaukee Art Museum. She says our TV and movie view of prisons is anything but true to life ...…
On Dear Science today we talk about the end of the Opportunity Rover on Mars, push ups and heart disease, and the best order to drink wine and beer together as well as a profile of the element Americium from the Periodic Table. Fletcher Tabuteau is with us this week and Lillian Hanly spoke with him about the Digital Services Tax and the possibl ...…
Episode: 2865 Computer Divide: The Future of Microprocessors. Today, two roads.By Dr. Andy Boyd.
Two Kunekune pigs are in the market for a new home after they were found wandering along a New Plymouth street a month ago.
The cost of earthquake strengthening the Wellington Town Hall has ballooned by more than $20 million. Next week councillors will be asked to approve more funding for the project.
If you are not using #EtCO2 during airway management and monitoring, then you are wrong. Fix yourself. Dr. Pickett tells you why. #EMS #Prehospital #Paramedic #maybeifIsqueezethisbagashardandfastasIcanthepatientwillgetbetter #morewavylines #butIjustlearnedEKGs #Isawthetubegothroughthecords #sodideveryonewhoevermisplacedanETtube https://atcomd.f ...…
Tasman mayor Richard Kempthorne says landowners returning to their fire-damaged properties want to know who is going to pay to repair them, but the $320,000 in the mayoral relief fund won't be enough.
The Opposition has already started to launch pre-emptive attacks about a potential capital gains tax, two days before the Tax Working Group reveals its final recommendations.
The Salvation Army is launching its own ethical truck shop in a bid to stamp out some of the harm that's being done by mobile traders in some of the country's most deprived neighbourhoods.
Authorities are investigating the death of possibly hundreds of native eels, dumped on a river bank in Hawke's Bay. During the Hawke's Bay Regional Council's routine flood control work, diggers cleared tonnes of mud from agricultural drains - but appeared to have scooped up the eels in the process.
Nelson-Tasman is struggling with its driest weather in decades, with Golden Bay now in a one-in-20-year drought. The district's already ailing farmers and growers are in some areas operating on about 30 percent of their normal water allowances for irrigating crops.
It may soon cost an extra $200 to cremate an oversize person in Hawke's Bay, if the council approves the move. But charging more to cremate "oversized" caskets is inevitable throughout the country, a funeral industry body says.
News from the business sector, including a market report.
A miniature horse has died after being stabbed more than 40 times in what SPCA describes as a frenzy attack. SPCA chief executive Andrea Midgen says it's one of the worst cases of animal cruelty she has heard of.
Merivale Retirement Village residents have been told there aren't enough beds for all of them in a new home that's being built, and some are going to have to move out. The reason? It seems not as many of them as expected have died.
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