Best Ambulance podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Werewolf Ambulance
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.
CBC Radio New Brunswick's Information Morning Fredericton is your daily survival guide. We bring you the top stories from the city, the province \x96 and around the world. We run the stories that matter to you.
Information Morning from CBC Moncton is your essential source of news, weather, traffic and stories from your community. Join Jonna weekday mornings.
Sirenicide is a serialized horror drama based in the wicked world woven in and around Morston, Texas. The criminal factions and dark government agencies are just the start of the malevolence that roams the streets of this macabre city. The tales in Sirenicide tap into the fear and lore that envelope what most would consider to be fiction. The production plays host to a plethora of popular personalities from other nightmarish podcasts. The main cast of creepy, courageous, and curious characte ...
Explore what it was like to be a child during different times in history! Listen to the diary entries of Edward Hampton and discover what life was like between 1914 and 1918. What subjects were taught at school, what could people do for entertainment and how did children help with the war effort?Then, Dan and Bex have found a book that transports them back to Victorian Britain! They're exploring all the grim and nasty jobs that children just like you had to do in the past, from picking up po ...
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
Mark Bridge
Copywriter, journalist, photographer and podcaster. You'll find me at, and
The Prospect Group is a leading global firm specializing in media, research, and consulting. We meet, and discuss the most relevant economic issues with, hundreds of the world’s leading business executives, political elites, and other influential personalities from a cross-section of industries and countries. Watch video interviews from and/or about the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Scotland Outdoors
Your free, weekly, pocket guide to the Scottish outdoors. A flavour of the countryside in 15 minutes! From BBC Radio Scotland
Disaster Podcast
For Emergency Responders at All Levels
Preparing for the Unexpected is about how people, organizations and communities plan, prepare, test, communicate and respond to sudden unplanned events such as natural and manmade disasters and crises. The show is for everyone who wants an understanding of how plans are created for individuals, organizations and communities and for anyone who wants to know what they can do in their own lives to help protect themselves from unexpected events. There is a myth that disasters happen to others bu ...
Bringing you stories of wonder and adventure, from world travel tales to digital nomad life to backpacker fun, Travel Stories Podcast seeks to inspire.
This is the Mediccast, a podcast for EMT’s, Paramedics, and other emergency medical professionals. The podcast covers news and commentary, tips and tricks.
Readings, sermons and other selections recorded during the Sunday morning Worship Services at The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair, New Jersey.
Online Radio and TV for EMT's, Paramedics and EMS Providers
Neil is one of Australia’s most experienced journalists with success in newspapers, radio and television.Listen to the best bits of his show & exclusive interviews here - and don't forget to tune in live between 8.30am and midday. (
Aerospace Radio
Cedric Phillips discusses Magic the Gathering (MTG), World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), the National Basketball Association (NBA), and whatever else comes across the news ticker with friends and personalities.
Perry Mason
Perry Mason is a fictional defense attorney who originally appeared in detective fiction by Erle Stanley Gardner. This long running radio drama had several actors who played the famous lawyer starting with Bartlett Robinson and then followed by Santos Ortega, Donald Briggs, and finally John Larkin who played the famous attorney after 1947. The radio portrayal of Perry Mason is a far more involved lawyer then the one who became famous on TV, the radio version would rather swap gunshots with e ...
Speaking Russian
Learn the basics of Russian, simple words and phrases, in this weekly podcast with Elvira from Find me on Twitter (@SpeakingRussian), Facebook and Pinterest.e-mail:
Learn the Russian language in an easy way, step by step, with weekly episodes. This is a brief version of the Speaking Russian podcast. You can find and listen to a full version of Speaking Russian podcast on iTunes and on
A podcast devoted to telling the world about Vietnam Veteran news, issues, interviews and commentary.
Eric Roberts is the Man is the woefully misguided podcast dedicates to the world's most prolific cult actor: Eric Robert! Hosted by Doug Tilley and Liam O'Donnell, the show discusses and dissects everything Eric Roberts - or maybe not. It's hard to explain. Each episode features two Eric Roberts projects as a jumping off point to discuss anything and everything with our guest.
The UK Firefly and Serenity Podcast
A chronological podcast of oral arguments with improved files and meta data. Hosted by Free Law Project through the initiative. Not an official podcast.
Local Anaesthetic: The Most Trusted Name In Local News Local Anaesthetic is a podcast exploring strange and funny local stories from across the UK (and occasionally the world...) including listener submitted contributions. Listeners can submit stories via Facebook (, Twitter (@lapocast) or e-mail: ( We
The weekly podcast dedicated to reviewing the films that are legendary, even in HELL!Horror, Sci-fi, Exploitation, Grindhouse, Indie Films and Documentaries.
Features and interviews on Brooklands Radio
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The final day of hearings for Phase 1. The Tenant Management Organisation, which ran Grenfell Tower, acknowledged that the external cladding created an unprecedented fire. Companies which supplied products used during the refurbishment also submitted written statements.Producer Kate LambleResearcher Olivia BeazleyContact us via email: grenfellp ...…
The Higgs government has delivered a no-frills capital budget and unexpected cuts. Finance Minister Ernie Steeves says spending cuts were a "hard sell" to the caucus.
A growing number of people are asking whether the Francophonie Games are a good use of taxpayers money. Economist Richard Saillant takes a look at the numbers and says "from an economic standpoint, this is not justifiable".
Lawyers for survivors called for the stay-put advice to be changed to get out. Counsel for the tenant in flat 16 where the fire started said the inquiry should conclude the fire was accidental. He urged the inquiry not to use firefighters as sacrificial lambs. Producer Kate LambleResearcher Olivia BeazleyContact us via email: grenfellpodcast@bb ...…
Fredericton's new temporary homeless shelter is creating some NIMBY reaction. Dr. Sara Davidson says sharing information about the shelter with neighbours has been helpful.
City council approved property tax increases and reduction of community grants, and 2020 isn't looking any better. Chair of the finance committee Greg Ericson explains why you'll be paying more in 2019.
Longtime volunteer and activist Flora Dell will be inducted into the Order of Moncton tonight along with former New Brunswick premier Bernard Lord and long time educator and volunteer, Norvall McConnell at a formal induction ceremony at City Hall. A public reception will take place at 8 pm at City Hall.…
The London Fire Brigade acknowledges it was overwhelmed on the night of the fire. Lawyers for the bereaved, survivors and residents criticise the fire brigade’s response and argue the tower didn’t meet building regulations. Producer Kate LambleResearcher Olivia BeazleyContact us via email:…
Fredericton musician David Myles will be taking part in the Charlotte Street Arts Centre dedication of its auditorium to his father.
Dave Rogers, executive director of the Greater Moncton SPCA encourages families to talk to make sure a pet what everyone wants, before heading to the SPCA.
December 10, 1958 marks the 60th anniversary of Yvon Durelle's light heavyweight boxing match against defending world champion, Archie Moore. Robert Richard is the archivist at the centre for Acadian studies at Université de Moncton. Yvon Durelle - The Fight of December 10, 1958: Before, during and after opens today at 5 pm at the Acadian Museu ...…
The CBC's Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon has been covering Richard Oland's homicide and his son Dennis Oland's trial in Saint John.
We ask Deputy Premier Robert Gauvin how will the province handle the major increase in the estimated cost of hosting the francophonie games.
After a few weeks of the horror equivalent of junk food (except like, not even good junk food like Doritos, bad junk food like pizza with hot dogs in the crust), we decided to detox with a beautiful horror classic: the 1976 Brian DePalma/Stephen King film "Carrie." Special topics for your consideration include: god's little punishments, concern ...…
Welcome to our descent into madness. Stick with it, we get the episode started eventually! We just have to say “snow” 10 billion times first. We’re so sorry. But are we? Not really. Join us as we talk about different traditions and some hysterical blizzard-centric history! AND the countess returns to review a Christmas classic. Don’t forget! Ou ...…
Mark and Euan with this week's Scotland Outdoors podcast
If the answer is for Liberal Victoria is to elect the failed EX MP Robert Clark @RobertClarkMP as its President then you would have to ask: “what is the question?”. The Age @TheAge journalist, Benjamin Pries @BPreiss will discuss this issue. He writes about Victorian State politics & discusses with us today the potential new president of the Li ...…
The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission @VEOHRC is celebrating Human Rights Week from Monday 10 to Sunday 16 December 2018. Catherine Dixon is the studio to discuss Religious Freedoms, Victorian Schools, & Human Rights Week. The post Catherine Dixon, Executive Director of Victorian Opportunity and Equal Rights appeared first ...…
David Marr, author and commentator, is on to discuss his new book, My Country, a collection of essays and reflections. “In the end, this country does get things right but it takes so damn long!” says David Marr. We are in a truly terrible trough in Australian politics, but we have been there before. After Menzies retired there was a raft of pri ...…
Tim Jobling, paramedic, is founder of The Breakthrough Ride which runs 1000 KM through three states. He has PTSD & still undergoes treatment. The ride now includes @AmbulanceVic and all other emergency services and raises awareness of mental health among Paramedics The post The Breakthrough Ride appeared first on Saturday Magazine.…
Catholics embrace the queers! Jac Tomlins, Project Coordinator, Gender and Sexuality, VincentCare @VincentCareVic the First Catholic organisation to (hopefully!) achieve Rainbow Tick accreditation. The post VincentCare on track for Rainbow Tick Accreditation appeared first on Saturday Magazine.
Sally Capp @SallyCapp_, Melbourne’s Lord Mayor @LordMayorMelb, is in the studio to discuss so much news around the holidays in the City of Melbourne. African Festival in Fed Square, the proposed Bourke Street redevelopment which enfolds the current JOY building, Seniors, Christmas giving and King & Godfree launch today. The post Melbourne Lord ...…
Eric Larocque is CEO of the organizing committee for the Moncton-Dieppe Francophonie Games. Yvon Lapierre is the Mayor of Dieppe.
CBC Reporter Kate Letterick talks with Ben Dool who gave up his jersey Wednesday night so Ben Mowat, the Grade 12 manager of the team, could play in the opening game of the Hoop Classic.
Andrew Wilson, chair of the Sackville Schools 2020 committee says they are not giving up yet.
The province's medical community says it's less than impressed with New Brunswick's sudden reversal on healthy food rules for students. Dr. Serge Melanson, president of the NB Medical Society, says we need to 'refocus our efforts' on recognizing the consequences of making poor food choices.
Sean and Chuck discuss the festive fuckery and more to preview the upcoming game week
Bloyce Thompson is a third generation dairy farmer who raises Holsteins.He owns and operates Eastside Farm in Frenchfort, PEI.
The CBC's Myfanwy Davies looks into a program that tells the story of New Brunswick women who were killed by domestic violence.
Eamonn McGuinty is one of the authors of a new report explaining which food prices will be going up and why. Climate change, weather patterns and availability of alternatives will all contribute to price changes.
David Coon is the leader of the New Brunswick Green Party. He says the PC government's plan to adopt the Liberal government's plan would take the province in the right direction.
32 life-sized silhouettes share tragic stories of domestic violence in hopes of preventing more deaths.
New Brunswick's school nutrition policy has been revised to allow flexibility in what food is served at schools, fundraisers and special events. Minister of Education Dominic Cardy explains what that means for your children.
Layto - Pop/Singer Songwriter from Boston,MA...New single "The Low Boy" out now..Check out his previous released single "Little Poor Me"...Tour dates & more soon to be released...Check out his music & more @ Devour The Day - Rock band from Memphis,TN...New album "Signals" ft "Faithless" out now...Playing Count Vam ...…
Jean-Claude Basque is the provincial coordinator for the Common Front for Social Justice.
Acadian singer Laurie LeBlanc had to stock up in Quebec for his favorite holiday treat.
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