Best Antarctic podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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A wonderful coming together of two writers who wrote their books more than half a century apart. Neither of them had ever visited the remote islands they were writing about yet they provided inspiration for a couple of exciting adventure tales. In 1838, Edgar Allan Poe published The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket. It was the only complete novel published by the American author. It was the story of a young boy who stows away on board a whaling ship and it goes on to relate the ev ...
 
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Curiously Polar
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The Arctic and the Antarctic are privileged locations for observers interested in understanding how our world is shaped by the forces of nature and the workings of history. These areas have inspired countless humans to undertake epic expeditions of discovery and have witnessed both great triumphs and miserable defeats. As a planetary litmus paper it is at the poles we can detect the effects of natural oscillations and human activities on the global ecosystems.
 
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Station Blue
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Desperate to find meaning in his life, troubled Matthew Leads takes a job as the caretaker of an Antarctic Research Facility. An atmospheric isolation horror following his struggles with mental illness, a broken heart and the suffocating presence of Station Blue.
 
"The Long Run"Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton, if he were alive, would appreciate biotech. Today’s scientific entrepreneurs must be ready for the “hazardous journey, bitter cold, long months of complete darkness, constant danger, safe return doubtful, honor and recognition in case of success.” Today, the men and women who strive to apply science for the betterment of human health have a historic opportunity. They need stamina, and resilience, to achieve something meaningful. Biotech’s r ...
 
This is a master feed of the latest 100 episodes from all podcasts created by Chris Marquardt. Find individual shows at https://chrismarquardt.com
 
The expedition was given the grand title of The Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. Due to be launched in 1914, two ships were to be employed. The first, the lead vessel, fittingly named the Endurance was to transport the team to the Weddell Sea from where the great explorer Ernest Shackleton and five others would cross the icy wastes of Antarctica on foot. The second ship, the Aurora was to approach the continent from the other side and put down supplies at various points to help the explo ...
 
"The best way to know if you truly have an open mind is to be able to question a belief system that has been ingrained in you for your entire life." This is the Flat Earth Conspiracy podcast. -Lori Frary
 
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BBC Earth Podcast
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Intimate stories and surprising truths about nature, science and the human experience in a podcast the size of the planet. Each week the BBC Earth podcast brings you a collection of immersive stories about our world and the astonishing creatures, landscapes and elements in it. Close your eyes and open your ears as you travel from the impenetrable forests of Uganda to research bases in the Antarctic; the edges of the Thar Desert to the Shores of Lake Tahoe. You’ll get up close and personal wi ...
 
The bi-monthly Echoes Blue podcast features 30 minute mixes of the latest ambient music from artists and friends of the Echoes Blue Music label. Including Salt Of The Sound, Narrow Skies, Antarctic Wastelands and more.
 
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Costing the Earth
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Fresh ideas from the sharpest minds working toward a cleaner, greener planet
 
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Science Friday
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Brain fun for curious people.
 
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BBC Inside Science
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Dr Adam Rutherford and guests illuminate the mysteries and challenge the controversies behind the science that's changing our world.
 
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earthrise
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Al Jazeera's award-winning series explores solutions to today’s environmental challenges.
 
Dr Karl’s a curious optimist – a great combination for a science lover. Join him and his guests for weird facts, amazing conversation and remember, it’s never too late for a happy childhood.
 
Exploring stories of science discovery. Tumble is a science podcast created to be enjoyed by the entire family. Hosted & produced by Lindsay Patterson (science journalist) & Marshall Escamilla (teacher). Visit www.tumblepodcast.com for more information and educational content.
 
The kickass science and technology radio show that delivers an irreverent look at the week in science and technology.
 
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Grand Cru
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Coming from the world of film score, moKA uses all the musical elements to make the listener not only hear but also see the music. During the last years, he used a lot of music production tools to perfect his musical style during his live mixes on 4 decks as well as original productions. 2018 is promising to be the breakthrough year for moKA; with Mazinger EP march release by German label Antarctic Records, a second EP in April and multiple international collaborations which will culminate w ...
 
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The Cosmic Shed
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Science Fact, Science Fiction and Everything Inbetween
 
Posted on Tuesdays, Norm and Will discuss topics of interest with Adam--nothing is off-limits! Still Untitled covers everything from hot-button issues within the maker community to experiences from Adam's life to questions from the audience. Enjoy!
 
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The Science Hour
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Science news and highlights of the week
 
Some of the world's greatest scientists, doctors and medical researchers share their discoveries 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 TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
‘On the Wind,’ is THE podcast about offshore sailing, where professional sailor & journalist Andy Schell interviews sailors from around the world to discover what inspires them in an effort to inspire you! Andy has interviewed everyone from legends like Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, to tech gurus like Nigel Calder, boat builders like Magnus Rassy (of Hallberg Rassy), inspirational family sailors like Totem, YouTube stars SV Delos & Andy's personal favorite, Arctic sailor and octogenarian Bob Shep ...
 
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Science in Action
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The BBC brings you all the week's science news.
 
Edgar Allan Poe's telling of Arthur Pym's narrative is shown to be true as events come together that bring out clues that help Captain Len Guy trace the fate of his brother's ship the Jane; the very ship that Arthur Pym was on board at the time of his disappearance. Through the efforts of Mr. Joerling, the crew of the Halbrane is enticed to make the trip to Antarctica to search for any survivors of the Jane. Summary from Wikipedia.
 
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Mysteriousnesses
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Unraveling the mysteriousnesses of our world.
 
Dr Karl’s a curious optimist – a great combination for a science lover. Join him and his guests for weird facts, amazing conversation and remember, it’s never too late for a happy childhood.
 
A Podcast For and About the Travel Trade
 
Podcasts about the 'coolest' science on the planet - all about ice in the Arctic, Antarctic, Mountains, and elsewhere around the globe brought to you by the Climate and Cryosphere Project and the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists. For more info visit www.climate-cryosphere.org/activities/outreach/frostbytes You can also find us in iTunes... subscribe today!
 
Australian History: Brilliant stories from Australia's past.
 
The newest, coolest tech stories and gaming news with Ray McNeal
 
Ecologists go from their own backyards to the edges of the Earth in pursuit of knowledge.Dealing with discomfort, sometimes dangerous animals, and unpredictable situations, they are rewarded with adventure and fascinating insights into workings of the planet's life.In this podcast we share, for the first time, the experiences of the faculty and students of the UF/IFAS Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.
 
Current content form the Science News Magazine
 
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See Jurassic Right
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A podcast about Jurassic Park, and you. Hosted by @stevenraymorris. New episodes last Tuesday of the month. Call (323) 688-6969 to share your Jurassic stories!
 
The kickass science and technology radio show that delivers an irreverent look at the week in science and technology.
 
Sunday Evenings with James O'Loghlin explores the small and large moments in our lives. It also hears from people who do extraordinary things, such as sailing solo around the world, and pulling sleds across the Antarctic. Writers, musicians, adventurers - you never know who you might stumble across on a Sunday evening.
 
Captain Nemo, The Nautilus, and the mysterious depths of the ocean. Unforgettable. Come join an adventure that will roam among coral and pearls, sharks and giant squid, with wonders of biology and engineering that will thrust us from the Antarctic to Atlantis. Whether voyaging a yarn of the glorious unknown, a tale of the darkness that grips the heart of men, or a reinterpretation of Homer’s Odyssey, we’ll all enjoy the fantastic trip. Seasickness optional. (Summary by Marlo Dianne)A German ...
 
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Lagrange Point
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A fun take on the latest science news with enough data to sink your teeth into. Lagrange Point goes beyond the glossy summary and gets in depth with the research from across the world.
 
From mountain tops to ocean bottoms, Earth orbit to the surface of Mars. Join us on an exploration of aerospace, wilderness, and hyperbaric medicine through monthly interview, videos, and science snippits. Welcome aboard...
 
The Worst Journey in the World is a memoir of the 1910–1913 British Antarctic Expedition led by Robert Falcon Scott. It was written and published in 1922 by a survivor of the expedition, Apsley Cherry-Garrard, and has earned wide praise for its frank treatment of the difficulties of the expedition, the causes of its disastrous outcome, and the meaning (if any) of human suffering under extreme conditions. (Summary by Wikipedia) Volume 1 HERE
 
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PolarTREC Podcasts
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PolarTREC is an educational research experience in which K-12 teachers participate in arctic research, working closely with scientists, as a pathway to improving science education. PolarTREC podcasts feature the teachers and researchers and describe their science activities and adventures in various parts of the Arctic and Antarctic regions.
 
Having, on his first voyage, discovered Australia, Cook still had to contend with those who maintained that the Terra Australians Incognita (the unknown Southern Continent) was a reality. To finally settle the issue, the British Admiralty sent Cook out again into the vast Southern Ocean with two sailing ships totalling only about 800 tons. Listen as Cook, equipped with one of the first chronometers, pushes his small vessel not merely into the Roaring Forties or the Furious Fifties but become ...
 
Once a week WORLD ORGANIC NEWS produces a short podcast covering the most interesting posts from the past seven days. World Organic News is brought to you by Jon Moore (mrjonmoore). Jon is an organic advocate, author, gardener and the editor/producer of the WORLD ORGANIC NEWS blog & podcast.
 
ARTnews is the most trusted source for art journalism. Here are the stories editors read to start each day. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can’t read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
The Worst Journey in the World is a memoir of the 1910–1913 British Antarctic Expedition led by Robert Falcon Scott. It was written and published in 1922 by a survivor of the expedition, Apsley Cherry-Garrard, and has earned wide praise for its frank treatment of the difficulties of the expedition, the causes of its disastrous outcome, and the meaning (if any) of human suffering under extreme conditions. (Summary by Wikipedia) Volume 2 HERE
 
Some podcast are created to inspire, others are meant to instill knowledge, not this podcast. The Misguided Idiot podcast was born from the worthless ideas, debauchery and misguided adventures of Wes Griffin's true life. MIP is a true inside look at at one idiots day-to-day life.
 
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LINKS email: redocean112@gmail.com PODCASTING CHECKLISTS CLICK HERE Transcript HERE Facebook Page: World Organic News Facebook page. WORLD ORGANIC NEWS No Dig Gardening Book: Click here Permaculture Plus http://permacultureplus.com.au/ Topical Talks Canberra will be first Australian city to run on 100 per cent renewable energy from October By J ...…
 
Interview on Antarctic Ice with Dr. Christina Hulbe, Moon Science, Good Whale Genes, Toothy Human History, Sticky Scandinavians, The STD Advantage, Learning Rewards, Artificial Number Sense, Plastic Proof, Faster Walker, Catapult Spiders, And Much More... The post 15 May, 2019 – Episode 721 – Understanding Antarctic Ice appeared first on This W ...…
 
-Your Weekly Tech Update (EP. 99)-National Geographic is bringing an Antarctic adventure to Oculus QuestJPA is now accepting pre-orders for its jet-powered flying motorcycleAnd Happening in this weeks What The…???Social media influencer plotted to take internet domain at gunpoint. It didn't end wellhttps://youtu.be/plCvn0hS_yY -Part 1 https://y ...…
 
One Antarctic ice shelf gets half its annual snowfall in just 10 days Extreme storms may skew what ice cores can tell us about past and future climates By Carolyn Gramling 7:00am, March 29, 2019 SNOWY SCENE Â Brief, intense storms originating in the Southern Ocean can dump heavy snow on some parts of Antarctica, such as the Antarctic Peninsula ...…
 
Tongue to tail, our bodies need this more than ever. The science is absolute - hearts, brains, bodies, guts - this works. It's affordable, tasty and we all need more of it. Bananas, popocorn and high cocoa dark cholocate ? Professor Claire and Dr Karl both have upped their fiber intake. http://healthyeatingquiz.com.au/…
 
Tongue to tail, our bodies need this more than ever. The science is absolute - hearts, brains, bodies, guts - this works. It's affordable, tasty and we all need more of it. Bananas, popocorn and high cocoa dark cholocate ? Professor Claire and Dr Karl both have upped their fiber intake. http://healthyeatingquiz.com.au/…
 
For the hobby beekeeper, there’s much to consider when homing your first domestic honey bee colonies—what kind of hive to get, where to put them, where to get your bees, and how to help them survive the winter. But when left to their own devices, what do the bees themselves prefer? From smaller nests to higher openings, wild honey bees seem to ...…
 
What would it take to power a subsea factory of the future? Plus, other stories from this week in science news. Then, as the last coal-fired power plant plans to shut down at the end of the year, the Navajo Tribe is embracing renewables. Next, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, distrust of the government and healthcare workers are hampering e ...…
 
Civil War Cures, Historical Color, Fire Good, Bonobo Moms, Lazy Tiger Sharks, CFC Source!, Cranky Corvids, Praying For Rain, Pogo Bot, Plastic Promise, Coffee Guts, Old Bedbugs, And Much More... The post 22 May, 2019 – Episode 722 – What Can We Learn from History? appeared first on This Week in Science - The Kickass Science Podcast.…
 
Civil War Cures, Historical Color, Fire Good, Bonobo Moms, Lazy Tiger Sharks, CFC Source!, Cranky Corvids, Praying For Rain, Pogo Bot, Plastic Promise, Coffee Guts, Old Bedbugs, And Much More... The post 22 May, 2019 – Episode 722 – What Can We Learn from History? appeared first on This Week in Science - The Kickass Science Podcast.…
 
Civil War Cures, Historical Color, Fire Good, Bonobo Moms, Lazy Tiger Sharks, CFC Source!, Cranky Corvids, Praying For Rain, Pogo Bot, Plastic Promise, Coffee Guts, Old Bedbugs, And Much More... The post 22 May, 2019 – Episode 722 – What Can We Learn from History? appeared first on This Week in Science - The Kickass Science Podcast.…
 
New CFC emissionsResearchers say that they have pinpointed the major sources of a mysterious recent rise in a dangerous, ozone-destroying chemical. CFC-11 was primarily used for home insulation but global production was due to be phased out in 2010. But scientists have seen a big slowdown in the rate of depletion over the past six years. This n ...…
 
A new undersea volcano has appeared off the coast of East Africa.The sea floor between Madagascar and Mozambique has become increasingly seismically active in the last year. As well as the appearance of this active volcano, local islands are now experiencing frequent earthquakes. The causes of Indonesia's Palu Bay tsunami last year are being ex ...…
 
Chris war in Norwegen (Lofotenfotos, Aurora, Stadium, Video: On a Ship) – Tetenal ist gerettet –
 
Nicht erschrecken, wir beginnen mit dem Urschrei zum 11. Klostergeister Workshop Der Trend geht…By Chris Marquardt.
 
Jay Bradner, president of Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research, on his journey from open biology advocate to pharma leadership.By Timmerman Report.
 
Sandra bedankt sich für unsere Lehrstunde für Nicht-Zölis (Folge 156), freut sich über neues Wissen …By Chris Marquardt.
 
We hear a lot about "colour science" nowadays, often in an attempt to differentiate between…By Chris Marquardt.
 
As India votes Navin Singh Khadka travels the sub-continent to find out if environmental issues are rising up the agenda.Amongst nations India is the third highest emitter of carbon dioxide. Its rapid pace of development is pushing emissions higher and worsening air quality. The BBC World Service Environment Correspondent visits the energy capi ...…
 
Special episode this week as we bring you Adam's "Sunday Sermon" from Bay Area Maker Faire. This year, Adam talks about the outward facing aspects of making, and how creating opportunities for others is an importact facet of of maker culture.
 
Scientists have uncovered the largest volcanic region on Earth – 138 volcanoes, 91 of which have not previously been identified, two kilometers below the surface of the vast ice sheet that covers West Antarctica. And the fastest-melting glacier in Antarctica, the Pine Islan Glacier, might not only accelerate its speed because of a warming planet.…
 
He is the undisputed King of the Arctic and at the same time the iconic symbol of climate change.…By Chris Marquardt.
 
He is the undisputed King of the Arctic and at the same time the iconic symbol of climate change. No other animal stands as much for the challenges of our time, as the polar bear, whose habitat disappears year by year in an increasingly warming world. The IUCN Polar Bear Specialist Group lists the polar bear as a vulnerable species, citing sea ...…
 
Scientists have uncovered the largest volcanic region on Earth – 138 volcanoes, 91 of which have n…By Chris Marquardt.
 
#265. Chris Stanmore-Major returns to the podcast for another super-inspiring chat about ocean sailing. Chris is hugely accomplished, having sailed over 300,000 miles offshore, mostly racing. In the last episode with Chris, # 227, we discussed his sailing history and philosophy; this time, we talk about his latest ambition to try and break the ...…
 
-Your Weekly Tech Update (EP. 100)-Hiking With RayJoin me as I hike Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia with a special guest. I'll show you some of my favorite transportation, robotic and medical tech stories from the past 100 episodes and we'll explore the koala park, the Nobbies, rock pools and you'll get to check out the fairy penguins and s ...…
 
-Your Weekly Tech Update (EP. 100)-Hiking With RayJoin me as I hike Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia with a special guest. I'll show you some of my favorite transportation, robotic and medical tech stories from the past 100 episodes and we'll explore the koala park, the Nobbies, rock pools and you'll get to check out the fairy penguins and s ...…
 
-Your Weekly Tech Update (EP. 100)-Hiking With RayJoin me as I hike Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia with a special guest. I'll show you some of my favorite transportation, robotic and medical tech stories from the past 100 episodes and we'll explore the koala park, the Nobbies, rock pools and you'll get to check out the fairy penguins and s ...…
 
What connects Hippos, Algae and keeping the rivers of Africa healthy? What causes Lions to square-off against Porcupines? What is keeping the Narwhal population healthy despite it's genetic diversity? We look at the strange interconnection between species and how small changes in one ecosystem can destabilise a whole species.Hippos help keep th ...…
 
As the adverse effects of the climate crisis intensify, many believe governments around the world are responding too slowly. It is now unlikely that the Paris Agreement target of keeping the global temperature rise below two degrees will be met unless there is immediate action taken to prevent further warming. In this episode of earthrise we vi ...…
 
Der Autoknips hat eine lange und bewegte Geschichte hinter sich. Bis 1980 wurde er 70 Jahre lang…By Chris Marquardt.
 
The World Wood web is a global map of two different types of underground fungi, microscopic organisms living in and around tree roots. The presence of these fungi is a key indicator of the health and variety of above ground life in the forests where they are found. They have key roles in our planets natural carbon cycle and are useful indicator ...…
 
Geology reveals deep history. For recent history , 1 to 2 million years, glaciology has answers. The bubbles buried in ice in Antarctica are like a time machine for our atmosphere. Earth's Ice Ages are out of kilter and we need to know why. Dr Karl and Dr Tas van Ommen talk about the next 4 Antarctic summers of drilling required to discover wha ...…
 
Geology reveals deep history. For recent history , 1 to 2 million years, glaciology has answers. The bubbles buried in ice in Antarctica are like a time machine for our atmosphere. Earth's Ice Ages are out of kilter and we need to know why. Dr Karl and Dr Tas van Ommen talk about the next 4 Antarctic summers of drilling required to discover wha ...…
 
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