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Best Bat Society podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Bat Society podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Very Bad Wizards is a podcast featuring a philosopher (Tamler Sommers) and a psychologist (David Pizarro), who share a love for ethics, pop culture, and cognitive science, and who have a marked inability to distinguish sacred from profane. Each podcast includes discussions of moral philosophy, recent work on moral psychology and neuroscience, and the overlap between the two.
 
These are the stories of impossible encounters with impossible creatures in the wildest corners of North America. A wolf man with bat wings thirty feet across. An enormous eel in America’s most popular lake. A frog half the size of a man. Something terrible that howls in the Ozark nights. We’ll travel the country, sit around campfires and talk about that thing that ran across the trail in the middle of the night, just beyond the beam of your flashlight. Come closer to the fire. Let’s hear th ...
 
A podcast that makes the climate crisis the top issue of the 2020 presidential election. This podcast is hosted by Years Of Living Dangerously award-winning documentary producer David Gelber and ClimateNexus Founding Director Jeff Nesbit. Climate 2020 was co-created by The Planet Project, Inc., and BOOM, a division of John Marshall Media. It is produced in association with The Years Project, a 501(c)3 climate change communications nonprofit based in New York City.
 
Join us as the Connecting Threads team explores all things quilting. Each season the Connecting Threads host will embark on an adventure of fabrics, threads, and everything quilting. From behind the scenes stories to our favorite tips and tricks, listen in as we chat about our passion for sewing. More information available at our website: ConnectingThreads.com.
 
War Stories is a narrative show that takes the broad arcs of warfare and shares the stories behind crucial points their development. In each season, the show revolves around a single topic and traces a path from before its invention to the modern-day with a focus on the people who made it happen.
 
Podcast of the Batman! The Bat Force is a group of tight-knit friends from across the globe that came together through the passion of Batman. Bat Force Radio is the most thorough, well-rounded and consistent Batman podcast to date! This show delivers everything imaginable from the world of the Dark Knight and DC in general! [ Rated Mature | Explicit Content ] - Subscribe and rate in iTunes!
 
Join us as Penn Jillette, Michael Goudeau, Matt Donnelly, and YOU discuss the news of the week. We'll examine religious news, talk about monkeys, and anything else that seems funny or makes us mad. We'll also take your suggestions for things you feel like talking about. We run a live video stream from Show Creators Studios for people with the time and inclination to watch people sitting and talking. The live show starts Sundays at noon Vegas time, at www.twitch.tv/reddirich, & is usually ava ...
 
Have you ever wondered what your therapist is really thinking? Are you curious about how your own therapist might talk about the work you do? Are you curious as to whether therapy would work for you? Well listening to this podcast will give you some answers to those questions. This podcast asked therapist to talk about themselves, their work, and why they’ve decided to become therapist in the first place. It’s a behind-the-scenes look at the person who is not usually in the hot seat and tell ...
 
Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
Steve Roe talks to the experts as well as local heroes to bring you the stories from the bat conservation movement. Designed for both Bat Conservation Trust members and the wider bat conservation community, Series 1 will have episodes released every second Wednesday from autumn 2019 all the way through to the spring of 2020. Bats are magical but misunderstood mammals. At the Bat Conservation Trust we have a vision of a world rich in wildlife where bats and people thrive together.
 
Home to the unofficial podcast about FOX’s Gotham and the world of Batman. Hosted By Phil, Tyler, and Kelly. Episode recaps, news, analysis and predications are all discussed on this weekly show. Please rate us and subscribe to help more fans find our show. Learn more, contact us, and check out our other podcasts at www.southgatemediagroup.com.
 
Yellow Packaging is a current events and comedy podcast by Colton and Jesselyne! We’re two Asians, repping the 604, from the perspective of a growing minority. Our podcast is about nothing, about something, about everything. We talk about issues going on in our lives, our city, whats happening in the world and how that relates back to our place in a Western society. So sit back, listen up and gain a new view on what its like to live in Vancouver. Enjoy!
 
Write or Die is a podcast that aims to share the real stories about what it takes to become an author – the gritty, infuriating, pull your hair out because it’s been years – stories of writers who didn’t give up despite it all, and are now living out their dream. It’s hosted by authors Claribel Ortega & Kat Cho and releases every Monday.
 
"The best True Crime radio program on the air." - Erin Moriarty CBS 48Hrs "True Crime Uncensored is amazing, amusing and completely unexpected! This is the 'Car Talk' of True Crime podcasts, and the show all other true crime shows listen to!" -- Travis Webb. Created by Burl Barer, produced by Magic Matt Alan, Archived by Douglas Shearer. Fact Checker: Mark Boyer Hosted by Burl Barer and Frank C. Girardot, Jr. The Internet's FIRST true crime podcast now in our second decade of live broadcasts ...
 
Changed My Mind is The Depolarization Project’s podcast, hosted by Alex Chesterfield, Laura Osborne and Ali Goldsworthy. We ask guests to tell us a substantive issue they have changed their mind on, why and what they have learned from it. We work with global media outlet Open Democracy to bring this podcast to you.
 
Welcome to Legendary Africa, a South African podcast where we take you on a sometimes spooky, sometimes trippy, and always hilarious adventure through the world of African myth and legend. Sisters Theshira and Rashalia regale you with tales from all over the continent, both ancient and modern. Enjoy and remember to stay safe, stay sexy....and stay legendary. Legendary available wherever you listen to podcasts. ***Follow us*** Instagram: legendarypod Twitter: @Legendarypod1
 
This is F1 And Done. We will be doing our best to provide an American barstool style of biting, fanboy commentary on Formula 1. We’ll be recording podcasts after every Grand Prix. Our goal is to share a few laughs, offer opinions, and enjoy the unique sport of Formula 1 racing.
 
I'm a confused Jew and I ask a ton of questions. My podcast is dedicated to asking questions, looking for answers, and generally trying to make sense of the world around me, all from my unusual Jewish perspective. I'm a Reform Jew who's been married to an Orthodox Jew for over 17 years, so I come by my confusion honestly!
 
Welcome to Office Hours, a show from Fanbyte where your favorite editors (and occasionally their guests) talk about everything under the sun. Pop in those earbuds and get ready to take a journey into our costal salons. West Coast Office Hours is hosted by John Warren and Nicholas Grayson and recorded in front of a captive audience in Los Angeles, CA. East Coast Office Hours is hosted by Danielle Riendeau and merritt k and recorded in front of a live, studio audience in Brooklyn, New York Cit ...
 
Geek Watch One is a podcast covering all things geeks! Hosts Kylan and Ken, along with web goddess Miss Dawn and queen of distractions Vicky, cover everything from Star Wars to Doctor Who, Marvel and DC to gaming and wrestling, big cons to local events. With a new issue every week, there’s always something geek to cover!
 
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(MINNEAPOLIS) — Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota survived a stiff Democratic primary challenge Tuesday from a well-funded opponent who tried to make an issue of her national celebrity, the latest in a string of victories by a new generation of emboldened progressive lawmakers. Omar, seeking her second term in November, easily defeated Antone Melton-Mea…
 
In selecting Kamala Harris as his running mate, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden did more than make history by putting the first Black woman and first Asian-American on a major national ticket. He all but anointed an heir, positioning Harris as the future standard bearer of a party in transition. Biden announced the selection in a text mes…
 
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread across the U.S., recent polls indicate dissatisfaction about the federal response to the pandemic: One Aug. 4 NPR/Ipsos poll found that two-thirds of Americans believe the U.S. pandemic response is worse than that of other countries. Inherent in that response is what can often seem like a lack of coor…
 
Angelina Lee of Exploring Plan Be discusses what's become known as "the new normal". Episode 763: A New Normal by Angelina Lee of Exploring Plan Be on Intentional Living & Important Relationships Angelina Lee hails from a small island in the Caribbean. She is a wife, mother of three and an Attorney-at-Law by profession. Join her as she seeks to del…
 
Mike, Joe, and Cretched from OBDM (our big dumb mouth) join us for a swap cast. We chat about demon sperm, UFO’s, pentagon disclosure, and some politics… These guys have a great long-running clip/call-in style podcast. We also chat about drones, abductions, sex with aliens, the deep state, Nephilim, and Wes Clark 7. https://ourbigdumbmouth.com/ See…
 
As the coronavirus pandemic deepened and students across the U.S. were forced to learn from home without WiFi or reliable devices, Girls Who Code CEO Reshma Saujani saw an opportunity: to teach more girls how to code. “More so than ever before, every girl has to learn how to code,” said Saujani during a Time100 Talks on Tuesday. Girls Who Code, a n…
 
Lebanon was on edge even before last week’s horrific explosions in Beirut’s port. The country recently returned to lockdown following a spike in coronavirus cases. Lebanon had registered just under 5,700 cases and 70 deaths as of this writing, but has been trending in the wrong direction since early July; it registered eight deaths in a single 24-h…
 
On Monday evening, President Donald Trump stood at the front of the White House’s briefing room and uttered yet another proposal that lacked both specifics and any probability of becoming a reality. “So, we’re looking very seriously at a capital-gains tax cut and also at an income-tax cut for middle-income families,” Trump said, echoing a promise t…
 
David and Tamler welcome special guest Chris Matheson - co-writer of the "Bill and Ted" movies and author of "The Story of God" and "The Buddha’s Story" - to talk about religion, immortality, comedy, Freud, and why the secret ingredient to good satire is love. Plus David and Tamler do a conceptual analysis of stoner movies and discuss their favorit…
 
Spears! Sharp rocks! Ancient blades, bows and arrows and ...atlatls? What’s an atlatl? Experimental archeologist and decades-long ancient tool enthusiast Angelo Robledo is as passionate as an ologist can get. You likely have never heard of an atlatl, but by the end of the episode you’ll be carving one out of old lumber. Also covered: early axes, In…
 
(MOSCOW) — Russia on Tuesday became the first country to officially register a coronavirus vaccine and declare it ready for use, despite international skepticism. President Vladimir Putin said that one of his daughters has already been inoculated. Putin emphasized that the vaccine underwent the necessary tests and has proven efficient, offering a l…
 
The world is confused and frightened. COVID-19 infections are on the rise across the U.S. and around the world, even in countries that once thought they had contained the virus. The outlook for the next year is at best uncertain; countries are rushing to produce and distribute vaccines at breakneck speeds, some opting to bypass critical phase trial…
 
There are a lot of ways to try to capture grim milestone the world crossed Monday night when it recorded its 20 millionth case of COVID-19. It's two Swedens, four Irelands, 10 Slovenias. It's greater than the entire population of the state of New York. The outbreak that began in Wuhan, China in December 2019 has now spread to 188 countries and regi…
 
As decision-makers weigh whether to reopen U.S. schools this fall, they face a daunting reality: COVID-19 appears to have surged among American kids this summer. On July 16, there were approximately 242,000 confirmed cases in children; by July 30, that number rose by over 97,000, an approximately 40% increase, according to a new report. That transl…
 
This post is in partnership with History Today. The article below was originally published at History Today. Spinning yarn from cotton or flax is careful, necessary work that has become invisible in modern life. But at the dawn of the American Revolution, it was revolutionary. Women across the colonies organized spinning bees to protest British reg…
 
Colin Wright of Exile Lifestyle shares different methods of communication. Episode 762: Communication Methods by Colin Wright of Exile Lifestyle on How To Communicate Effectively Colin Wright is a professional author and international speaker who co-founded a publishing company and travels full-time, moving to a new country every four months or so-…
 
Gonna be honest folks, the energy in this one is a little weird. John, Niki and Ren are a little more aimless than usual, a little more easily distracted, a little more blatant in their contempt for the United States Military Industrial Complex. But you know what? Sometimes that's just how it is on Monday, and if WCOH is known for anything, it's au…
 
Hong Kong police arrested media tycoon Jimmy Lai and raided the offices of his flagship newspaper, the most high-profile case yet against democracy activists in the city under a national security law that has fueled U.S.-China tensions. Lai was shown handcuffed as he was taken away by officers from his home on Monday morning, according to a live fe…
 
A Georgia family is accusing police officers of shooting at five children between the ages of 9 and 16 during a traffic stop on Saturday morning, according to a local news report. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is looking into the incident, which took place in Waycross, Ga., at around 8 a.m. According to the bureau, the incident unfolded after…
 
More than 5 million people in the U.S.—about 1.5% of the country's total population—have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Aug. 9, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Over 162,000 people have died. The U.S. now accounts for roughly 25% of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide. Its overall case count is millions higher that of the next…
 
In 1974, humorist Erma Bombeck published a syndicated newspaper column that looms over the lives of American mothers whether they've read it or not. In "When God Created Mothers," Bombeck describes God making a mother with the help of an angel. "She has to be completely washable, but not plastic. Have 180 movable parts ... all replaceable," God tel…
 
A shallow 5.1 magnitude earthquake struck Sunday morning about 2.5 miles southeast of Sparta, N.C., close to the state's border with Virginia, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). The earthquake's effects were reportedly experienced throughout parts of North Carolina as well as in neighboring states in the Southeast. Residents of Raleigh…
 
Episode Description: Claribel and Kat talk about the rising discussions of diversity in publishing (both in the talent and behind-the-scenes) and how these aren’t new talks but they’re finally being taken more seriously and how it’s felt being constantly dismissed as POC in the industry. Then they talk to the wonderful Shveta Thakrar about her […]…
 
This episode is all about love and the paths we take in it. Using intel from relationship expert Darlene Lancer, we'll fill our mental wealth bank with the tools to spot an addictive relationship and what to look forward to in a healthy romance. More importantly, we'll discuss life after shitty relationships and how to recover from the sick pattern…
 
Rose Lounsbury teaches us how to stop being mean to ourselves. Episode 761: How to Stop Being Mean to Yourself by Rose Lounsbury on Self-Compassion & Being Kind To Yourself Rose Lounsbury is a keynote speaker, Amazon bestselling author, simplicity coach, and still-sane mom of triplets. (Yes, you heard that right!) She helps overwhelmed people creat…
 
Since 1947, August has been an inauspicious month—a month of disempowerment and suppression—for the people of Kashmir. The most recent setback came a year ago, on Aug. 5, 2019—the day the Indian government revoked Kashmir’s special status by abrogating Article 370 and 35A, diluting whatever limited autonomy still existed on paper. (India’s military…
 
It has been 75 years since the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki on Aug. 6 and 9, 1945. And yet, in Japan, the United States and elsewhere—even as the story of the bombings has been revisited and retold countless times—so little is known about Nagasaki. “Hiroshima” has become shorthand for the historical experience of bot…
 
(BEIRUT) — Police fired tear gas and clashed with demonstrators in Lebanon's capital on Saturday at the start of a planned protest over this week's massive explosion that devastated large parts of Beirut and killed more than 150 people. Thousands of people poured into Beirut’s main square, where they set up symbolic nooses to hang politicians whose…
 
Some movies can get away with just being a scenery sandwich, a few fat slabs of gorgeous vistas with a sliver of plot slipped in between. Made in Italy is that kind of movie. Liam Neeson plays Robert, a crabby, once-acclaimed painter who has been unable to produce since the death of his wife in an accident, years ago.…
 
Our president wants you to believe I am a terrorist, a professional agitator stalking the Pacific Northwest. Four days before federal agents shoot me in Portland, Ore., I riffle through the garage, shooing spiders from my son's snowboarding helmet. Will it buckle beneath a steel baton? I press my daughter's swim goggles to my face, testing the fit.…
 
When 12-year-old Keedron Bryant shared an Instagram video in late May, he wasn't expecting viral fame and a record deal to come his way. Bryant, who has been singing since he was just 5 or 6 years old in children's choir, had regularly posted a cappella singing videos to his social media. But this time, the song — an original composition called "I …
 
Here's one for 2020 bingo: Libertarian presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen announced she'd have to skip a rally on Saturday because she'd been bitten by a bat. "I will not be able to attend the campaign rally tomorrow morning," she tweeted Friday. "I will be getting a rabies vaccine as a precaution after having been bitten by a bat near the start o…
 
A police officer in Logan, Utah, was fired after a state investigation concluded he "mishandled" explicit photographs that were used to extort University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey, the Logan Police Department announced Friday. In October 2018, 21-year-old McCluskey told the University of Utah Police Department that her ex-boyfriend Melvin Ro…
 
On a Monday afternoon in early October about 100 years ago, a special meeting of the Baltimore school board was held to decide whether schools should close. Some 30,000 children—more than 60% of the city’s students—had reported absent that day, along with 219 teachers. It’s unknown how many students stayed home because they were already sick or bec…
 
Danielle and merritt are back for the chillest of chill Friday afternoon hangouts, with that trademark Wow It Sure Is Friday Huh?™ energy you've come to know and love. Topics of discussion include Gamecube classic Eternal Darkness, the Nintendo Giga Leak, and the WNBA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
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