Best Birdsong podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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A totes casual podcast in which Sam Antonioli and Joseph Birdsong talk about entertainment, tech, weird news, music, and life.
 
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Tweet of the Week
Weekly
 
Weekly podcast in which five stories of birds and birdsong are told by the people inspired by them.
 
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Sound Escapes
Monthly
 
Join BirdNote’s Ashley Ahearn and sound ecologist Gordon Hempton for an immersive audio journey through some of the most wild, beautiful and sound-rich places in the world. Along the way, Gordon gives us a crash course in the art of truly listening. It’s something he says is a dying art, constantly under threat in our noisy, modern lives.
 
In season three of the National Trust podcast we'll be exploring some of the greatest gardens, walks and world-class collections around the country. We’ll be delving into the stories and characters that make each place so special. We’ll tread sandy paths and the polished wooden floors of country homes, delight in birdsong and sublime views, and enjoy exceptionally good cream teas. Do join us on the journey and immerse yourself in the wonders of the National Trust.
 
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Front Row
Weekly+
 
Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music
 
Professor Birdsong received his J.D. from the Harvard Law School and his B.A. from Howard University. He teaches law in Orlando, Florida. After graduation from law school he worked several years with a large law firm. He then entered into a varied and distinguished career in government service. First serving as a diplomat with the State Department with various postings in Nigeria, Germany and the Bahamas. Professor Birdsong later served as a federal prosecutor. After leaving government servi ...
 
A lovingly crafted podcast that reveals the stories behind the world's most recognizable and interesting sounds.
 
The Science Show gives Australians unique insights into the latest scientific research and debate, from the physics of cricket to prime ministerial biorhythms.
 
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BirdNote
Daily
 
Escape the daily grind and immerse yourself in the natural world. Rich in imagery, sound, and information, BirdNote inspires you to notice the world around you. Join us for daily two-minute stories about birds, the environment, and more.
 
Explore the British countryside and delve into the big rural issues with the team at BBC Countryfile Magazine. Follow us on walks into beautiful places and meet fascinating people. Please subscribe! To find out more about the British countryside, visit www.countryfile.com Subscribe to the print version of BBC Countryfile Magazine at https://www.buysubscriptions.com/print/bbc-countryfile-magazine-subscription
 
A weekly podcast sharing stories of the amazing people and projects that make up the fisheries science profession.
 
What should future schools look like? How do brains learn? Some of the world's greatest educators, researchers, and community leaders share their stories 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.
 
Every week there are new marvels to look for in the outdoors, and Discover Nature highlights these attractions. The Missouri Department of Conservation’s Candice Davis brings us the stories of river otters, luna moths, red buds, and other actors as they take center stage in nature’s theater.
 
Singer / Songwriter / Storyteller
 
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The Critter Shed
Monthly+
 
Collie Ennis is a science research associate with Trinity College Dublin who owns a shed full of creepy crawlies and reptiles. Colette Kinsella is an audio producer who loves to talk about animals. If you like learning about the weird and wonderful side of nature - about things like spider sex, venom-packing frogs, or mind-controlling parasites, and more - then this is the podcast for you! Oh, and it's in a shed. With Collie Ennis and Colette Kinsella and guests. Produced by Red Hare Media.
 
Tales From the Cask is an award-winning weekly podcast about the world of craft beer hosted by Chip Mims & Jenn Balik from Raleigh, NC's Mims Distributing. In each episode we share beer news, drink great brews, and have fun talking with both people in the business and those who just love incredible beers.
 
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Countrystride
Monthly
 
A celebration of the landscapes, culture, heritage and people of Cumbria and the Lake District.
 
How can a caretaker effectively serve others from an empty vessel? She can’t! She can only be whole by learning to tend to her body, mind, emotions, and spirit every day. She deserves to be at her best to have a happy, healthy, and productive life. Join Nadine to discover ways to navigate the stresses of a modern woman’s life, increasing awareness of warning signs of ill health, and tips for finding time for daily self-care.
 
Tales From the Cask is an award-winning weekly podcast about the world of craft beer hosted by Chip Mims & Jenn Balik from Raleigh, NC's Mims Distributing. In each episode we share beer news, drink great brews, and have fun talking with people in the business or who just love great beers.
 
Nature Notes explores the natural world of the Llano Estacado and the Chihuahuan Desert. We look at the plants, animals, and ecology of this unique region, as well as places to experience it and people working to conserve it. This free 4 1/2-minute weekly environmental feature is produced by Marfa Public Radio in Marfa, Texas, in conjunction with the Sibley Nature Center in Midland, Texas. Through interviews with scientists and field recordings, Nature Notes reveals the secrets of desert lif ...
 
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Camthropod
Rare
 
Podcast by Cambridge Anthropology
 
Lucid dreaming exercises and meditations. Commentaries and mindfulness practices for increasing the chances of having a lucid dream and improve sleep quality.
 
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KC Bobcast
Monthly
 
Welcome to the KC Bobcast hosted by 610 Sports Radio's Bob Fescoe. Thispodcast will feature interviews with the people who make Kansas City thegreat place that it is. From coaches, to players, to decision makers in town,Fescoe will take you behind the scenes with some of KC's biggestnames. CLICK HERE [1] for KC Bobcast videos.[1] https://610sports.radio.com/node/8811
 
After 10 years in fashion buying, I'm now a fashion brand consultant working 1:1 with new & innovative clothing brands. My focus with The Fashion Feed is to open up the conversation & highlight the many roles within the fashion industry & also educate emerging brands with industry information they can't find online.
 
Join Kyle Porter and Jon Birdsong as they discuss sales trends from Atlanta Tech Village.
 
Professional website for the musician Kyle D. Johnson, DMA
 
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Dr. Wellman
Weekly+
 
Welcome to the Dr. Wellman podcast. Dedicated to understanding ourselves.
 
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Kettle Of Fish
Monthly+
 
Nothing Smells Fishy Here...What is so controversial about Wendi Starling's nipples? What does Dee think of Lee Camp's hair? What will Vermin Supreme do if elected President? These burning questions and many others will be answered here on Kettle Of Fish.Remember Kids: There are plenty of fish in the sea, but we are the only fish who; chat with awesome comedians, pick the brain of brilliant actors, and mix it up with musicians, magicians, and models.
 
Podcast by Piedmont Community Church
 
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Ambient Music
Daily+
 
Ambient Music for meditation, sleep, relaxation, mindfulness, visualisation and lucid dreams.
 
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WREN Radio
Rare
 
WrenRadio makes bird songs memorable with each short episode focusing on bird songs by habitat.
 
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REAL TALK REAL LYFE
Weekly+
 
From the hustle to the grind to the shine... We cover it all in everyday life. Relationships, family, work or school. We keeping it real.Special guests from artists, models, execs, entrepreneurs to just everyday people. I'll ask the questions that matter the most!! I'll give tips on how to save money to giving insight on love matters. You never know both might mix in with each other.So listen in and enjoy. You never know what the topic will be, but better believe it’s gonna be real. REAL TAL ...
 
This ten part radio documentary series sees Emmy Award-winning wildlife cameraman and television presenter Colin Stafford-Johnson turn his talents to radio.
 
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JAYSANCHEZAD
Weekly+
 
The mindless or mindful mutterings of a man with ADHD and an appetite for speaking before thinking. You'll understand that most of this is nonsensical and not intended to hurt harm or harass anyone. It's made to make 'people like us' smile... or just feel that little bit BETTER.
 
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This is Home
Rare
 
A podcast about families brought together through unlikely circumstances, and the remarkable relationships they forge. We explore the stories of people who have created families through foster care, adoption, or even a network of close friends. Our mission is to expand the understanding of what family means to be more inclusive and reflective of the kind of families we see and experience every day – in all of their beautiful and messy forms. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts, and che ...
 
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Science@SEAS
Rare
 
Get ready to breakdown the most egregious perpetrator of jargon warfare in all of science: the title of an academic paper. Each episode, we will sit down with a researcher from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and talk about a recent paper, with the one and only goal of understanding the title.
 
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100 Women in Golf
Daily+
 
100 Women in Golf is a show that reveals the habits and inner battles between big name women who have influenced the game of golf and those who have benefitted from the game in their business. Our mission is to give praise to and learn from the women who have shaped the game and the business world for all of the rising stars to come. We know that everyone is unique and they have defined their own path to success. I’ve become obsessed with understanding how golf plays a role in the success of ...
 
Minster FM takes a regular look behind the scenes at the York Theatre Royal, including interviews and features on the latest productions and shows.
 
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Hopeful World
Monthly
 
Hello and welcome to Hopeful World; the social project podcast. I’m Charlie Wright, founder of Hopeful Traders, the clothing brand that collaborates with the homeless community. In this series we will be shining a light on individuals and organizations taking the issues that affect our society into their own hands. At Hopeful Traders we aim to do more than just give. We want to build and connect communities where individuals are provided with opportunities to support themselves as well as th ...
 
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Finding a quiet place, sit and listen to the nature's music, in the form of birdsong.By Nadine Kelly.
 
May 24 - May 30 Discover nature this week as bird song at daybreak is at its peak. The end of May is the perfect time to learn bird calls and song. The distinction between songs and calls is based upon inflection, length, and context. Songs are longer and more complex and are associated with courtship and mating, while calls tend to serve such ...…
 
Booty calls, bed-hopping and badger housekeeping tips! Join Collie and Colette as badger expert Dr. Aoibheann Gaughran reveals the saucy sex lives of a group of wild badgers in Co. Wicklow, Ireland. Aoibheann has been studying a family of badgers in Co. Wicklow for a number of years, and in this episode we visit an enchanted glade (seriously, i ...…
 
Christina Pfeiffer, Sylvia Sudat and Tina Harrington, vocals, Pat Klobas, Bass, Dr. Stephen Main, piano.By gloashburn521@gmail.com (Piedmont Community Church).
 
Roam the woods and downs of ancient Wiltshire in search of the Wansdyke – the Hadrian's Wall of southern England dug in Arthurian times to defend the south west from Saxon attackers. Plus enjoy glorious birdsong and butterflies as spring truly emerges on this glorious escape into beautiful British countryside. For everything you need to know ab ...…
 
It's a curious thing to say about creatures that are in fact dinosaurs, and have endured for tens of millions of years, but birds are having a moment. Birding has a growing number of young practitioners. In city and town, it's an accessible way to connect to nature. Birders often keep a list of the birds they've seen. But there are less formal ...…
 
...In which we wander with Ann Lingard along the mosses, marshes and mudflats of the Solway coast. Enveloped in birdsong, we take in big skies, skeleton trees and wildlife-rich marshes before discussing the rise – and dramatic fall – of one of Cumbria's lost railways, the dying craft of salmon 'haaf netting' and how Ann's love for the sea was w ...…
 
We are continuing our celebration of NC Beers this week with our friend Ryan McLoughlin from Charlotte’s Birdsong Brewing! Ryan tells us how he moved from the education field into the world of beers, plus he relates the story of Birdsong! And since it’s his first time on the show, he’s got a powerhouse lineup of awesome brews for us: Rewind Lag ...…
 
The Looming Tower – the new BBC Two series tells the story of the rising threat of Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda in the late 1990s and how rivalry between the FBI and CIA may have inadvertently set the path for 9/11. Sophie Raworth joins Kirsty to review.Let Nature Sing. Front Row today features a musical first: a single by a band of 25 performe ...…
 
Stephen Poliakoff talks about his new BBC Two drama Summer of Rockets. The story of Russian immigrant and inventor Samuel Petrukhin's attempts to induct his family into English high society against the backdrop of the Cold War, stars Toby Stephens, Keeley Hawes and Timothy Spall and is Poliakoff's most autobiographical work yet.The first time S ...…
 
To make their beautiful songs and calls, birds have different sound-making anatomy than people. Humans have a larynx at the top of our windpipe. Birds use a different organ, called the syrinx.By Tune In to Nature.org.
 
Meet Sally Urwin who met a farmer on a dating website and ended up leaving her dead-end marketing job in the city to run his farm in the wilds of Northumberland. She's written a book about her experiences and reveals the big challenges she's faced – especially as she describes herself as "Britain's shortest farmer". For everything you need to k ...…
 
Rocketman is the new Elton John film musical that charts the singer’s life from his upbringing in Pinner, meeting his long-time collaborator Bernie Taupin, making it big and then struggling with addictions. We speak to the director Dexter Fletcher - who also worked on Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody - about making the film which stars Taron Eger ...…
 
At The Table With Friends by Matthew Clark | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/OTW_S1-E20-At-the-table-with-friends.mp3 “In each of my friends there is something that only some other friend can fully bring out,” Lewis says in The Four Loves. He’s talking about how, now that their friend Charl ...…
 
Jeffrey Wolfe is Director of Community Programs and Financial Operations, and a board-certified music therapist at Institute for Therapy through the Arts. He is the Program Administrator for Musical Bridges to Memory ™ a research program that focuses on testing live music-based intervention to improve the quality of life in individuals with dem ...…
 
Game of Thrones is a global phenomenon that has redefined the fantasy genre. Viewers from around the world gather every week to anxiously watch what will happen next. The actors, writers, directors, and visual artists have all received well-earned recognition for their role in the show. But some heroes’ work goes largely unnoticed. Paula Fairfi ...…
 
Game of Thrones is a global phenomenon that has redefined the fantasy genre. Viewers from around the world gather every week to anxiously watch what will happen next. The actors, writers, directors, and visual artists have all received well-earned recognition for their role in the show. But some heroes’ work goes largely unnoticed. Paula Fairfi ...…
 
Game of Thrones is a global phenomenon that has redefined the fantasy genre. Viewers from around the world gather every week to anxiously watch what will happen next. The actors, writers, directors, and visual artists have all received well-earned recognition for their role in the show. But some heroes’ work goes largely unnoticed. Paula Fairfi ...…
 
Who's in the neighborhood today? It's amazing how many birds you can see – and hear – when you go for a walk. There's a towhee... and a Steller's Jay ... now, a junco ... There's the "tin trumpet" sound of this Red-breasted Nuthatch.By Tune In to Nature.org.
 
When male and female Ruddy Ducks meet on their breeding grounds, the male gets right to strutting his stuff. The male raises his tail and his head, until his feathers look like horns. He inflates his neck and, faster and faster, strikes his chest with his bill.By Tune In to Nature.org.
 
In this episode I chat with Nate Wiese, the current hatchery manager at the US Fish and Wildlife Service's Mora National Fish Hatchery. He works closely with Gila Trout which we cover in this episode after discussing a little of Nate's background studying hedonic price analysis of commercial fish farms and his background with the USFWS. Enjoy! ...…
 
Nuthatches rank high on the list of favorite backyard birds. Compact and stub-tailed, they climb down tree trunks and along the underside of branches with comical ease. One at a time, they flit in for suet and sunflower seeds.By Tune In to Nature.org.
 
Sulawesi hit by rare supershear earthquake in Sep 2018Nuclear and renewables or nuclear or renewables?Challenges for Alzheimer’s researchHow Australia’s first regional university offers morePouched rats sniff for land mines and medical samplesBy ABC Radio National.
 
News from the Cannes Film Festival, including the premieres of Elton John biopic Rocketman and Ken Loach's Sorry We Missed You. With film critic Jason Solomons. David Chipperfield pays tribute to fellow architect I.M Pei, famous for his iconic designs such as the Louvre pyramid, who has died aged 102. Scottish crime writer Denise Mina on Convic ...…
 
This week we talk about ride sharing experiences, moving drama, Mr. Ratburn’s wedding, Mother’s Day weekend, YouTube drama, and our Drag Race update!Support us on Patreon to keep the podcast going and to gain access to exclusive content at: http://www.patreon.com/theshowsamandjoeFavorite things:Taeyeon - VOICE https://youtu.be/35sE0gp72SUDeep T ...…
 
We told you last week how many taste treats were piling up in the beer cooler, and we are aiming to increase those depletions this week! So we belly up to the bar for another killer lineup! We start with ciders: Blake’s Traffic Jam Strawberry, Blackberry, and Raspberry Cider, 1911 Established Black Cherry Cider (thanks Dennis!). Then it’s beer ...…
 
We told you last week how many taste treats were piling up in the beer cooler, and we are aiming to increase those depletions this week! So we belly up to the bar for another killer lineup! We start with ciders: Blake’s Traffic Jam Strawberry, Blackberry, and Raspberry Cider, 1911 Established Black Cherry Cider (thanks Dennis!). Then it’s beer ...…
 
This Golden-cheeked Warbler nests only in a Central Texas woodland. Its small breeding range is ever more fragmented by residential development, and its numbers are in serious decline.By Tune In to Nature.org.
 
The actor Stephen Graham originally made his mark as the racist skinhead Combo in Shane Meadows’s 2006 film This Is England. The actor and director have teamed up again for a new 4-part Channel 4 drama The Virtues, in which he plays a troubled alcoholic trying to get over the trauma of his childhood. The actor discusses making the show, as well ...…
 
We’re at the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, just 50 miles northwest of Nashville, Tennessee. It’s this massive inland peninsula, bordered by sections of the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers.By Tune In to Nature.org.
 
West Texans can sample and learn about sotoles, at Marfa's third annual Agave Festival, June 1-9. Distilled agave spirits have long been a mainstay of Mexico and the borderlands. But they've gone global. Tequila exports from Mexico have doubled since 2000. Mezcal production has risen even more dramatically. And now, the spirit of another desert ...…
 
Television dramatist Sally Wainwright has written award-winning crime series such as Happy Valley, heart-warming love stories such as Last Tango in Halifax. The last time she turned her attention to the 19th century, it was to portray the Brontës in To Walk Invisible. Now she’s returned to the Victorian age, this time looking at the life of les ...…
 
Many birds are difficult to see, such as the Sora. Its plumage blends perfectly with the dense marsh grass where it lives. So how can we get a good look at this denizen of the undergrowth? One way is to play a bird-call app on a mobile device. But using an app requires sensitivity.By Tune In to Nature.org.
 
Mark Billingham, Val McDermid and Doug Johnstone are well-known for their detective stories, which they write alone. But they come together as members of the band Fun Lovin' Crime Writers. They perform live and talk to Stig Abell about their day jobs, the joys of collaborating as a popular beat combo and the connections between these. They stay ...…
 
Here is a quick tip to form a new habit.By Nadine Kelly.
 
Female birds need to eat calcium to have enough of the mineral to lay their eggs. But it can be hard to find enough of it to eat in nature. We can help our backyard birds by offering them some extra calcium in bird feeders and by recycling our used egg shells.By Tune In to Nature.org.
 
Following on episode 1's walk on the mysterious Wansdyke in Wiltshire, we talk to military historian Jim Storr, author of King Arthur's Wars, to discuss his intriguing theory as to why England is criss-crossed with ancient linear earthworks. Plus, we discover the real location of the mythical Camelot.…
 
Connecting Flights by Matthew Clark | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/OTW_S1-E19_Connecting_Flights.mp3 From a few thousand feet in the air I saw an arc of lightning skitter across the dark sky and curl back around on itself like a white hot heavenly tendril. Looking out the airplane window ...…
 
Keanu Reeves returns to cinemas in John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, reprising his role as the super-assassin. He takes pride in performing most of the action scenes and discusses working with the director Chad Stahelski, himself a former stuntman. Paul Gambaccini remembers the singer-turned-movie-star Doris Day whose death at the age of 97 wa ...…
 
Dr. Sikirat Yusuf, medical and wellness consultant and owner of Serenity Chiropractic in Homewood, IL joins us on the podcast to talk about the practice of chiropractic medicine and why she loves it and her patients! Because of her commitment to a life of learning, she is currently pursuing graduate training in nursing…
 
Donald Kroodsma, avian communication expert, offers great research on the songs of the Bewick's Wren. At this time of year, a very young male Bewick's Wren is beginning to learn how to sing.By Tune In to Nature.org.
 
Dr. William McNabb, Piedmont Community ChurchBy gloashburn521@gmail.com (Piedmont Community Church).
 
Dr. Stephen MainBy gloashburn521@gmail.com (Piedmont Community Church).
 
Piedmont Church Choir, Dr. Stephen MainBy gloashburn521@gmail.com (Piedmont Community Church).
 
Scott Willis talks about the Refugee Task ForceBy gloashburn521@gmail.com (Piedmont Community Church).
 
Piedmont Community Church, Piedmont, CaliforniaBy gloashburn521@gmail.com (Piedmont Community Church).
 
May 17 - May 23 Discover nature and put up a nesting box on your property for the eastern bluebird to use this week as it begins its second nesting season of the year. Missouri is a great state for bird watching. Of the approximately 900 bird species in North America, more than 400 have been recorded in Missouri and more than 150 species regula ...…
 
According to NASA, there are about 63,000 square miles of lawn in the US — nearly enough to cover the state of Wisconsin. That’s bad news, because most birds (other than this European Starling) prefer shrubs that provide food and cover.By Tune In to Nature.org.
 
This week I again go back to an old friend in Iowa and interview Ryan Hupfeld. He is a large river research biologist for the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. Prior to his current position he studied Paddlefish in Missouri and on the Missouri River in Iowa. While working on the Missouri River he was also able to work on Pallid Sturgeon. Si ...…
 
The Ruby-crowned Kinglet is one of the smallest songbirds on the continent, weighing in at just a little more than half a chickadee. Mostly green and hard to spot, it hovers in mid-air as it catches tiny insects.By Tune In to Nature.org.
 
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