Best Botany podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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EXPLORE HERBALISM Let's take a deep dive into all things herbal with some of the best teachers in the field of plant medicine, wild foods, botany and health accessibility. You'll hear class recordings from conferences, narrated plant monographs, books, and blog posts, interviews, event updates and so much more. Have an idea for an episode? Contact me!
 
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Drunk Botany
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A world of gardens and brews, botany and booze
 
St Columba @ Botany
 
Growing from a friendship forged at the Cullowhee Native Plant Conference many moons ago, this rock star trio has brought podcasting to a whole new level. I'm not saying that's a high level, just a new level.
 
Watkin Tench was an officer of the British Marines in the First Fleet to settle NSW. This is an interesting and entertaining account of his experiences during that time (Introduction by Tabithat)
 
Plants are everything. They are also incredibly interesting. From the smallest duckweed to the tallest redwood, the botanical world is full of wonder. Join my friends and I for a podcast celebrating everything botany.
 
A selection of nonsense poems, songs (not sung!), stories, and miscellaneous strangeness. The work includes the "Owl and the Pussycat" and a recipe for Amblongus Pie, which begins "Take 4 pounds (say 4½ pounds) of fresh ablongusses and put them in a small pipkin."Edward Lear was an English writer, poet, cat-lover, and illustrator (his watercolours are beautiful). This recording celebrates the 200th anniversary of Lear's birth. (Summary by Adrian Praetzellis)
 
An audio journey through the wonderful wild world of plants. Episodes cover modern and ancient ways wild plants have been used in human culture as food, medicine and utilitarian uses.
 
Learn about the botanical world one plant at a time. The Plant Report is a new educational resource about plants, herbal medicine, ethnobotany and the human/plant relationship. The Plant Report is a project of Sustainable World Radio.
 
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Clever Trees
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A series of five podcasts from around the world on trees that are smart, extraordinary or downright odd.
 
Nature Boy is a general science show hosted by four PhD graduate students studying plant biology at UC Riverside. Join Marvelous Michael, Mad Marschall, Jaunty Jess and Jon 'The J Bomb' the first Sunday of each month as research from varied fields is discussed, made digestible, and often criticized. An irreverent look at the often overly revered field of scientific research. Nature Boy is also broadcast as a radio show in China Town (Los Angeles) over the prestigious AM bandwidth. More infor ...
 
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Scientific Theory
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A podcast about science, looking at life, the universe, and everything else along the way.
 
Current research on plant disease
 
A podcast about science topics ranging from biology to botany to meteorology to physics and many more....
 
Marlene Simon, The Plant Lady, and her musings with people in the world of gardening, botany, horticulture, repurposing, treasure hunting (very loose marlene definition), cat-trapping, fitness and anything else she finds intriguing at the moment
 
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Everyday Herbals
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Everyday Herbals is your one stop shop for everything herbal! Whether you're a practicing herbalist, beginning herbalist or just fascinated by plants this show has something for you. Join me as I interview the most knowledgable and inspiring herbalists and natural doctors around to learn their secrets for health. Topics include herbal medicine, botany, phytochemistry, homeopathy, ethnobotany, and nutrition.
 
For those who don't want to follow the crowd
 
Science Spinning is a half hour weekly popular science show, broadcast from Dublin City, Ireland and presented by science writer, Seán Duke. Regular slots include: What's it all about?The Question is, and Inventive Minds. To suggest items for the show contact the Editor at: sciencespinning@dublincityfm.ie
 
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Twenty short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include botany, dreams, farming, history, literature, nature, and religion. (summary by Sue Anderson)
 
“Nature” is a short essay by Ralph Waldo Emerson published anonymously in 1836. It is in this essay that the foundation of transcendentalism is put forth, a belief system that espouses a non-traditional appreciation of nature. Recent advances in zoology, botany, and geology confirmed Emerson’s intuitions about the intricate relationships of nature at large. The publication of “Nature” is usually taken to be the watershed moment at which transcendentalism became a major cultural movement. Hen ...
 
The Symposium, held in the Brody Botanical Center at The Huntington, features lectures from a wide variety of fields, including the sciences, botany, photography, botanical art history, the digital world and tours of The Huntington's gardens, collections, and art galleries.
 
Plants are everything. They are also incredibly interesting. From the smallest duckweed to the tallest redwood, the botanical world is full of wonder. Join my friends and I for a podcast celebrating everything botany.
 
Eighteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include how to swim, Navajo silversmithing, the sun, begonias and ferns, Martin Luther, U.S. Presidents Eisenhower and Nixon, Captain Cook's exploration of Botany Bay, General James Wolfe, and Moravian missionaries in Labrador. (summary by Sue Anderson)
 
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a German writer and statesman. His body of work includes epic and lyric poetry written in a variety of metres and styles; prose and verse dramas; memoirs; an autobiography; literary and aesthetic criticism; treatises on botany, anatomy, and colour; and four novels. In addition, numerous literary and scientific fragments, more than 10,000 letters, and nearly 3,000 drawings by him are extant. - Summary by Wikipedia
 
We discuss all facets of Australian reptiles and reptile keeping!Your Hosts:Peter Birch ( Author: The Complete Children's Python, ECO Herpetological Publishing & Distribution, 2013.) Owner and operator at "Colourful Critters' since 2005. He runs his facility from his family home, nestled on 8 acres in the tranquil Ourimbah Valley on the Central Coast of NSW, Australia.The whole collection was recently re-located from the main house to its new purpose facility in early 2012. The move was daun ...
 
From Botany Downs in Auckland, New Zealand Pastor John McClean and members of the Eastview community bring us the word of God
 
First published in 1894, this wonderful travelogue by a famed naturalist and conservationist still remains a book that delights and informs its readers. The Mountains of California by John Muir recounts the author's exploration of the Yosemite Valley, Mount Whitney, the famed sequoia forests and King's Canyon among other places of immense natural beauty. Written in his characteristic zestful style, with a deep understanding and respect for nature, the book is a treasure trove of geography, g ...
 
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Take a deep breath: We can't get better unless we were bad. In this episode, Ty (the DM/host) and Lexie realize that playing D&D is easier when you, uh, know how to play D&D. Annie the botany-centric wizard (played by Lexie) leaves on a fetch quest to get some spell components, because, hey, not every adventure is an epic one. Other topics incl ...…
 
You're in for a treat! On today's episode we'll get to hear from Sobande Greer and Jaacalyn Davis as they discuss the upcoming event: Sacred Waters Retreat. There's a lot to this episode! So even if you're not able to make it to the event this time around, I'd still recommend giving it a listen. Enjoy! Visit Sacred Waters Retreat Online About: ...…
 
edibility: edibleGomphus clavatus, commonly known as pig's ears or the violet chanterelle, is an edible species of fungus in the genus Gomphus native... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gomphus_clavatus commonly known edible fungus Gomphus fruit body cap lilac spore hymenium gills Described Jacob Christian Schäffer chanterelle coniferous forests m ...…
 
Jennifer from Sea Willow Herbs reviews the book: Wild Foods Field Guide and Cookbook by Billy Joe Tatum. This book is "an illustrated guide to 70 wild plants and over 350 irresistible recipes for serving them up." Here's where you can connect with Jennifer! Etsy Instagram Facebook YouTube Thanks to Jennifer for sharing, and thanks to you for li ...…
 
Special guest Brain Lawn here to talk about botany.
 
Hey all you SHITheads out there, welcome back to another episode of the SHIT podcast. This is episode 113 of the SHIT podcast. This week we’re talking about bans from exploits, previews for patch 4.25 and all the latest news for FFXIV. It was great seeing so many familiar faces in Twitch chat along with […]…
 
Birth/Death: July 27, 1740 – August 5, 1807Quick Summary: Jeanne Barret was Born in Autun, France to day laborers who could barley scrape by. As a result of this upbringing she quickly learned the trade of being an herb woman. First of all she develops a love for botany and care taking. A pivotal point in her life was when she met Philibert Com ...…
 
Phillip Larrimore is a visual artist who explores that which is between painting and sculpture and realism and abstraction. His most recent work is creating multi-layered paintings on aluminum screens that he shapes into various forms. His paintings have been shown at many exhibits, including at The Gaston County Museum and CPCC Sensoria. Phill ...…
 
This week, the gals dig up some fascinating cases involving the "field" of forensic botany. Topics include a Welsh Snot Lady, a funky ladder, and the peculiar proclivities of pollen. This episode is paired with Winc's Field Theory Albariño, so head to www.trywinc.com/gals for $20 off your first order, grab your gardening gloves, pop some Clarit ...…
 
Join Ecology and Evolutionary Biology professor Pamela Diggle as she takes us through the plants that grace the Thanksgiving table. Start your week off right.
 
The wave is here! UCR's very own, residential Tarzan stops by to talk to us about his winding path to Riverside, his appreciation for Anthropology and recent foray into Botany, social inequity, technology as a gift and a curse, wanting to be a stand up comedian, frat life and much, much, more. Enjoy!…
 
As a History of Science PhD student in the School of History, Philosophy, and Religion, Andy Hahn studies how botanists and plant morphologists in the 20th century were influenced by Goethe, a famed German writer and naturalist during the 19th century. Although historians and philosophers have studied Goethe extensively, his influence on subseq ...…
 
Tales of plant murder, with special guest Debbie Blaine. Antonio Forte: https://www.antonioforte.org/
 
In today’s podcast we’re going to witness the melding of science and fine dining in the ingenious creations of “modernist” cuisine. Then we’re going to take a scientific look at principles of genetic modification of foods, and discuss the promises and potential dangers. Finally, we’re going to explore the implications of technologies such as cl ...…
 
Almost another Botany Bay where prison ships Take unwashed convicts and dump them on somebody else's Society. This one will bear watching
 
In our gripping conclusion to the tomato saga, we discuss what little we know of botany (spoiler alert: it’s not a lot), fish, and one of the most ridiculous Supreme Court decisions ever.
 
Jordan and Jesse forego their usual botany discussion to have a delightful chat with Danish comedian and host Anders Breinholdt about Jordan's excursion to an all-day punk rock event headlined by the Dropkick Murphys and Rancid, the Danish music festival that features a nail hammering competition and car smashing activities, and Nikolaj Coster- ...…
 
On this episode of Liberty Under Attack Radio, Jason and I begin by talking about the asshole warmonger, John McCain. Then, it’s story time with Jason…specifically, he tells about his journey to northern California working on a marijuana farm years back, high up in the mountains. He walks us through the area, the crazy hippies, the cultivation ...…
 
Mark 13:24-27; Jesus once again uses a Fig Tree as an illustration. This time he says that the same way we understand that summer is coming, when we see the signs of the time we should know that he is coming. Mostly we learn from this passage that Jesus is near to his people and he comforts us with his glorious presence and his glorious kingdom.…
 
Under The Floorboards Sessions, September 9th, 2017 - Paw Paw LIVE in StudioDominowe - Just Dance (Gqom Oh!) - #SavefabricRoll The Dice - The Derailed - Born To RuinBotany - Raw Light Overture - Dimming Awe, The Light Is RawBrotherhood Of Machines - III - Iii PillarsNo Borders Entrancer - No Borders Entrancer - No Borders EntrancerPaw Paw - Kno ...…
 
Nutrition And Our Environment In today’s podcast we will be looking into topics that deals with nutritional deficiencies and our environment. Some of the things that we cover are: In your opinion, what is happening with our food supply at the environmental level? How are these environmental factors affecting our health? From your holistic nutri ...…
 
Today on Ep 005: Opening Remarks Events - King Cannabis Expo, Spokane WA Strain of The Week OG x Chem Terpene Sauce Vocab- What does “OG” stand for? The Lee Family “Curse” Thanks to supporters, Like and Subscribe Intro Welcome to the latest installment of The Baked and Awake Show, where we get together, usually once a week- and chop it up about ...…
 
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