Best Buildings podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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People had been living in the lap of nature with least impact on the earth. In the past billions of people lived and left the earth, without many impacts. In the last 50 years, the ecological footprint is increasing as people are using exotic and non-sustainable materials in the construction of living spaces. In this podcast, all the aspects of traditional green buildings are presented.
 
In an increasingly digital and urbanized world, how can we implement building technology best practices today, tomorrow, and into the future? Find out by subscribing to This Is Buildings, where we define what makes buildings "smart", as well as how to unlock their fullest potential in optimizing energy efficiency and creating best-in-class occupant experiences.
 
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Buildings On Air
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Buildings on Air is a show that demystifies architecture through wild speculation, good conversation, a healthy dose of lefty political perspective, and lots of skepticism about the 'power of design.' Each show features guests from the many different facets of the architecture world in Chicago and beyond. Buildings on Air is from WLPN Lumpen Radio and hosted by Keefer Dunn. New episodes broadcast LIVE on WLPN first Saturdays of the month from 2-4pm. Visit www.buildingsonair.live and www.lump ...
 
A podcast about architecture, buildings and cities, from the distant past to the present day. Plus detours into technology, film, fiction, comics, drawings, and the dimly imagined future. With Luke Jones and George Gingell.
 
The Infrastructure Show consists of monthly podcasts in which some of the nation’s top infrastructure experts discuss with host Professor Joseph Schofer of Northwestern University the condition of our infrastructure today, and what can be done about it. While many subjects are addressed, including repairs, upgrades and new construction, there is an emphasis on the topics of preventive and predictive maintenance, as well as “structural health monitoring” – a special focus of the Northwestern ...
 
America’s Commercial Real Estate Show™ is the nations leading video and podcast show on commercial real estate related topics. Host Michal Bull, economists, analysts, and market leaders share valuable intel, forecasts and success strategies. If you invest, advise, develop, own, or rent commercial property, land or apartments, subscribe now because this show is for you.
 
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Multifamily Mondays
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Multifamily investing can be a complicated topic Join Roddrick Jones, the CEO and Co Founder of R Jones Capital as he simplifies multifamily investing so that anyone can understand itIf you want to earn better returns on your money, learn about apartment investing, or get to know the CEO and Co Founder of R Jones Capital, this podcast is for you.
 
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#urbanizeTHIS
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Ara Mamourian (Owner of SpringRealty.ca) and Matthew Slutsky (Founder BuzzBuzzHome.com) take you on a auditory journey through various urban Toronto issues and bring some super interesting guests along for the ride.
 
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TEDTalks Art
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Some of the world's greatest artists, designers, photographers and architects showcase their work 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.
 
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East Bay Yesterday
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East Bay history podcast that gathers, shares & celebrate stories from Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond and other towns throughout Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
 
CBC Radio's Dr. Brian Goldman takes listeners through the swinging doors of hospitals and doctors' offices, behind the curtain where the gurney lies.
 
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Church Awake
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Church Awake Podcast is the voice of Charlotte Awake in North Carolina. Pastors David Ingrassia and Justin Roper talk about how they make disciples in creative ways among their children, friends, and communities.
 
Dharma talks on Zen meditation and practice by Taigen Dan Leighton and other members of Ancient Dragon Zen Gate.
 
Simple news casts for learners of English. Read the news article at https://breakingnewsenglish.com/ . You can also try some vocabulary exercises.
 
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North Star Podcast
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A deep dive into the stories, habits, ideas, strategies and methods that drive fulfilled people and create enormous success for them. The guests are diverse, but they share profound similarities. They’re guided by purpose, live with intense joy, learn passionately, and see the world with a unique lens. Each episode lets us soak in their hard-earned wisdom and apply it to our lives. Guests include Seth Godin and Tyler Cowen.
 
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The City
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The City tells true stories of how power works in urban America. Season 1 begins in Chicago, 1990. Winter is turning into spring, and in Chicago, that means construction season. After years of disinvestment, highways are rebuilt, old buildings demolished, new skyscrapers erected. All that rubble has to go somewhere, and its destination isn’t a landfill—it’s a pair of vacant lots in a black, working-class neighborhood called North Lawndale. The man behind this operation is a white guy sportin ...
 
Ready-to-use current affairs lessons. Free. 100% copiable. As the news breaks, teach it.
 
News, discussion, features and ideas until midday.
 
Blueprint for Living is a weekly rummage through the essential cultural ingredients—design, architecture, food, travel, fashion—for a good life.
 
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The Sniffer
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New Directions in Trends and Tech with Nora Young and Cathi Bond
 
A welcome from our church family. We meet together each week on Sunday morning at 10.30am, with tea & coffee afterwards. Our church buildings are on Merrivale, in Southgate, London N14 4TE
 
Simple news casts for learners of English. Read the news article at https://breakingnewsenglish.com/ . You can also try some vocabulary exercises.
 
America was forged. From nothing came everything we believe in. But the America our grandparents once knew is not the America we now know. Pete Roberts explores how our ancestors used their minds, hands and daylight to build this great nation. Have you forgotten your history? Have you forgotten that you and me, men and women are the ones who drive true change. Have you forgotten that our independence was won through the sacrifice of our ancestors. That what we have is the sum of their works. ...
 
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KPCC News
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The latest news stories from 89.3 KPCC, Southern California Public Radio.
 
The big ideas of cities, urbanism, technology, and the brain by Justin Hollander, urban planning professor at Tufts University.
 
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Burn the Haystack
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A conversation where we save the best, and burn the rest of our culture and faith practices.
 
From the beginning of creation God said it was "not good that a man should be alone." The writer of Proverbs reiterates that a man who "isolates himself is not wise." When the local church is neglected man returns to that former state of "not good" and the consequences could not be more serious. Extra (outside) Ecclesium (the church) Nulla (there is no) Salus (salvation) is the historic doctrine of the church passed from the Chief Apostle Paul through Cyprian (258 AD) Luther (1490 AD) Calvin ...
 
A bi-monthly podcast discussing all things related to being Canadian and Asian and joining God in His mission to renew and restore all things in this world through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
 
The Maritime History Podcast is a chronological look at maritime history and its numerous facets. Beginning with ancient history, the podcast looks at trade, exploration, boat and ship-building, economics, and the relationship between the ocean and the development of society and culture throughout history. Learn more about the podcast at http://maritimehistorypodcast.com.
 
Biblical truth for any girl in any season.
 
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Real Hypothetical
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Step 1: Eli asks Taylor a real question. Step 2: Taylor asks Eli a bizarre hypothetical. Step 3: Everything snowballs from there. Let's get weird.
 
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ABC RN
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Blueprint for Living is a weekly rummage through the essential cultural ingredients—design, architecture, food, travel, fashion—for a good life.
 
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Environment
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Stories about the environment focused on the Pacific Northwest, with many from KNKX's Environment reporter, Bellamy Pailthorp.
 
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Argus
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A podcast by Architecture students of TU Delft, every month exploring new interesting buildings, people and ideas in the world of architecture and design
 
Join me as I travel the world of Architecture visiting incredible cities, and stunning buildings. In this podcast I explore the power of architecture and its ability to transform, converse and celebrate the human experience.
 
Real Estate . Business . Asset Protection
 
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Rad Aesthetics
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Share and discuss just the raddest aesthetics: colors and color schemes, designs, items, fashions, radwear, ideas, photos, people, animals, buildings, sizes, typography, character and characters, moods, light and lighting, awesomes, fantastics, greats, wonderfuls and all other radicals.
 
Zengineering Podcast is for everyone who loves Science & Technology and also cares deeply about the beauty of Life's Big Questions. We (Adam & Brian) are obsessed with the spot where modern Science, Technology & Engineering meet Philosophy, Art & Spirituality. We have found this to be the place where the most interesting questions are both formulated and discussed. It's the place where mental models are born, and that's what we're really chasing. Are you? Become a supporter of this podcast:h ...
 
News, discussion, features and ideas until midday.
 
Ambrose Bierce (1842 – 1914?), satirist, critic, poet, short story writer and journalist. His fiction showed a clean economical style often sprinkled with subtle cynical comments on human behaviour. Nothing is known of his death, as he went missing while an observer with Pancho Villa’s army in 1913/14. (Summaries by Peter Yearsley)The Ways of Ghosts: Stories of encounters with the ghosts of the dead and dying. The spirits of the dead reach out to the living, to pass on a message or to pursue ...
 
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Front Row
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Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music
 
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Looped In
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Ep99: — WORTH ANOTHER LISTEN: Houston real estate history 101 — Looped In has been on a mini break gearing up for a new year and new episodes, so enjoy this rerun from November 2016 on the history of Houston neighborhoods. (Incidentally, we recorded this episode right after real estate developer Donald Trump was elected president.) Stay tuned for a fresh episode of Looped In (our 100th!) next week.
 
To inspire new real estate investors who are struggling to make the transition from 9-5 to Financial Freedom. The show brings on investors to share their experiences, with the intent to make others think differently and help them close more deals
 
NPR's daily top stories that you can't miss. Exceptional, moving, offbeat, or just plain funny. Subscribe to the Story of the Day podcast.
 
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Engineering Matters
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Investigating the engineering solutions behind the world’s biggest challenges
 
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Rachelle Downton hoped her son Xavier, 4, would take a few steps with a walker for Christmas. That likely won't happen, and doctors say his recovery from AFM, a frightening and mysterious ailment may take much longer.
 
In this episode Mike Torres brings on a group while driving around in Homewood, IL. Great discussion on the remainder of vertical ventilation and then they shift gears into overhaul. Be sure to rate us on iTunes an leave a comment.
 
This question was sent by Tamara and she writes: “Dear Vidas and Ausra: Thank you so much for your instructional emails, conversations about certain issues related to repertoire and organ playing, and support. They have been so extremely helpful in my own work. I've been following/completing each email as best I am able to get the time. I work ...…
 
In this episode the group discusses vertical ventilation on peaked and flat roofs, including commercial versus residential. Tim and Jeff have guests on this episode with great information and experience on ventilation. Tai Rondeau and Beau Espinosa join us with some valuable information and tips on conducting vertical ventilation.…
 
Scott is back on the show for a special segment today. We’re going to be talking about a deal he has going on. He found an RV park in the middle of nowhere, bought it, and is now telling us his business plan for the park. If you ever buy an odd property, you know you have to get creative sometimes, let’s learn from Scott’s experience and apply ...…
 
A major climate conference is wrapping up in Poland. Officials are working to create a rulebook for future reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
 
Schistosomiasis, which is caused by parasitic flatworms, affects nearly 210 million people worldwide, primarily in Africa, Asia, and South America, and is responsible for about 200,000 deaths each year, according to the World Health Organization. A research team from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and several international organizations ...…
 
It's at no out-of-pocket cost to homeowners, but many don't know the service is being offered. And the deadline to participate is fast approaching.
 
Developers just got the green light to build a city with nearly 20,000 homes on the L.A.-Kern County line. Some residents are less than thrilled.
 
Toys R Us stores have closed down, and LA's independent toy store say business is better this year, but they're still no match against their biggest competitor.
 
Culture is not the same as civilization. There are thousands of cultures but only one civilization. Banks & bathrooms in Beijing, Bombay, and Bangkok grew to resemble such institutions in Boston, Birmingham, and Berlin; not the other way around. Along with millions of others who voted with their feet, you and I also prefer civilization to any o ...…
 
Regional headlines from the KBIA newsroom, including: Farm Bill Brings Certainty Catholic Store Murder Suspect Identified in Another Assault McCaskill Jabs Senate in Farewell Speech Elephant Death Third This Month at Grant's FarmBy wjf98f@mail.missouri.edu (bill_finn).
 
JT Thomas is a senior at the University of Missouri and is studying biology and business. We met at an event called “The Art of the Scar” that was hosted by the Missouri Kidney Program in September. JT was diagnosed with kidney failure at the age of 20, and he spoke about the role that community played in his health and transplantation journey. ...…
 
Mark Kirchhoff is the homeless youth program coordinator for Rainbow House in Columbia, and Kelsey Louder is the former shelter director. They spoke about some of the hardest parts of their jobs working with young people experiencing homelessness. Missouri Health Talks gathers Missourians’ stories of access to healthcare in their own words. You ...…
 
As a major climate conference nears its end in Poland, negotiators are still haggling over the rules nations must follow in order to meet their commitments to reduce greenhouse gases.
 
The Orange County shrine and statue marks a milestone for the largest Vietnamese community outside of the homeland, including 100,000 Vietnamese Catholics.
 
Hundreds of thousands of additional signatures are now required for a proposition to make the California ballot — making it harder and more expensive to place a measure directly before voters.
 
School districts across the state have varying practices on when and whether school officials should seize and search a student's phone. Now, there's an effort underway to make a statewide policy.By pskahill@wnpr.org (Patrick Skahill).
 
Rita Ora on her six year journey to release her second album Phoenix, following a legal dispute with her record label. The musician, who has also acted in the Fifty Shades film trilogy and been a judge on television talent shows The Voice and The X-Factor, talks to John Wilson about finally being able to release music, song writing and her Alba ...…
 
For those living in the United States with a single-entry visa, it’s difficult, or even impossible, to leave the country to visit family and then re-enter. In recent years, the Trump administration’s travel ban has made it harder, barring individuals from certain countries from entering the U.S. For some families, it can be years between visits.…
 
Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton: An American Musical is, simply, a phenomenon. The Broadway production was nominated for a record 16 Tony Awards, and it won 11. The Original Broadway Cast Recording is certified five-times Platinum and won the Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album, and The Hamilton Mixtape debuted at number one on the Billboard 200.…
 
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Claudia Puig, Peter Rainer and Charles Solomon review this weekend’s new movie releases.
 
On Sunday, Democratic assemblyman Joaquin Arambula was arrested on a misdemeanor child abuse charge for spanking his 7-year-old daughter in order to discipline her.
 
The Weekly Standard, a conservative media outlet that has been critical of President Trump, announced Friday that it will terminate after 23 years.
 
Advocates for the Vietnamese American community say they fear the Trump administration may be negotiating with Vietnam to take back thousands of refugees who came to the U.S. decades ago.
 
A look into the battle between Maryland and D.C. to host Washington's football team. And we speak to the newly elected Montgomery County Council President, Nancy Navarro.
 
If you want to add some fragrant, holiday flowers to your home, grow paperwhite narcissus. Paperwhites are small, flowered daffodils and feature fragrant flowers. The beauty of paperwhites is they're easy to force into bloom indoors this time of year. Simply pot them up and they'll be in bloom three to four weeks later.…
 
Regional headlines from the KBIA Newsroom, including: McCaskill Jabs Senate in Farewell Speech: 'Something Is Broken' Columbia Man Sentenced to 15 Years for Sex Trafficking a Minor Ellis Library Reviewing Security Practices after Student Removed for not Showing ID Vehicle Registration Could Be a Funding Solution in Wake of Fuel Tax Rejection…
 
Joe and Theo are back to discuss the apartment syndication lessons they learned over the past week. Theo provides an update on two Tampa apartment deals he is analyzing, which includes a tip for how to find new team members when looking into a new deal. Joe provides strategies on how to fund the earnest deposit for an apartment deal in a hot ma ...…
 
We talk about overwhelming schedules and project. Also we talk about the start of my development projects for next year. Instagram: MikeMendoza216
 
Bicycles helped inspire modern cars, paved roads...even airplanes! But did you know they were also an inspiration for the women's movement? This hour we take a look back in time at the origins of the bicycle, including innovation that happened right here in Connecticut. We find out the history of how this vehicle spurred social change and helpe ...…
 
This question was sent by Jay and Pauline. They are responding to my blog post from yesterday about playing with pointed high-heel shoes. I talked about when one lady, beginner organist, came and tried to play with high heels and pointed toes. And at the end of it I asked what our listeners think, should she keep trying to adjust to the difficu ...…
 
The Housing Podcast team is joined by Sue Ramsden and Rob Gershon to talk about how the controversial Universal Credit policy developed - and where it goes next
 
A not-unfunny bonus conversation about our single, The Sounds of Christmas, now available to buy here: https://awal.lnk.to/podcastchristmas
 
Extreme weather and coastal erosion in Mauritania's capital Nouakchott are threatening the city's population. But a youth project to plant trees is helping to protect the city while providing residents with shade.
 
Faye Cuevas used to work for he US military, but now she's using her expertise to save elephants from poachers in Kenya. She's developed a surveillance network that also protects the rangers tasked with defending them.
 
Cities occupy only two percent of the world's landmass, but their carbon footprint is huge: they account for more than 70 percent of global CO2 emissions. How can we improve the air in cities?
 
Today’s topic is all about cutting out the fat and getting down to business. What is returning value to your business and which roles need to be outsourced. As always we thank you so much for your support. We appreciate you for listening. If you like what you hear it would mean a lot if you can give us a 5 star rating and review on iTunes. Chec ...…
 
Among the attendees to this year's climate conference were several major corporations, which are increasingly committed to reducing the emissions of their own operations.
 
The Chicago Way Thanksgiving (12/13/18): John Kass reports from first Chicago Mayoral forum at the Copernicus Center and gets reaction from candidates Paul Vallas, Susana Mendoza, Garry McCarthy, Willie Wilson, and Tony Preckwinkle about Mayor Emanuel’s last acts as mayor. Plus, Kasso reads letters and explains why all that glitters & glows isn ...…
 
The head of the civilian commission that oversees the L.A. County Sheriff's Department says in 2019 the panel will focus on use of force, discipline, deputy behavior in the jails and investigations into reports that some deputies are still participating in secret cliques identified by tattoos.
 
The the practice of outdoor defecation is a major cause of diarrheal diseases that kill about 2,200 children a day - more than die from HIV/AIDS, malaria or tuberculosis combined As of 2015, an estimated 900 million people relieved themselves outside, according to the UN. More than half of them – around a half billion people – were in India. In ...…
 
Multistreaming with https://restream.io/Live Show #81 | Flipping Houses Flippinar: House Flipping With No Cash or Credit 12-13-18 Learn to Flip Real Estate Without Using Your Cash or CreditBy 4923425@gmail.com (The Flip Man).
 
Newark Liberty International Airport or LaGuardia Airport? Which do you prefer? (Or is the answer -- none of the above. Give me JFK!) Fasten your seat belts. It's going to be a bumpy history! In this episode, we present the origin stories of New York City's airports and airfields. The skies over New York have been graced with aircraft for almos ...…
 
McCaskill jabs Senate in farewell speech: 'Something is broken' Lime Scooters to pause operations during winter MU's Coalition of Graduate Workers hold grade-in in protest Negro League bobbleheads part of fundraising campaignBy mrwzq8@mail.missouri.edu (mac_whaley).
 
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Jonathan Pershing, former Special Envoy for Climate Change under President Obama, about how the U.S. can advance climate negotiations under President Trump.
 
This episode I clear the air about the information on this podcast. And also recap a development deal I’m working on. https://anchor.fm
 
Not Going Out is the UK’s longest-running sitcom on TV and will this year bring a live edition to our screens for Christmas. The show’s star and creator Lee Mack talks about its surprising longevity, the changing face of British comedy, and his childhood dream of being a jockey.From real life to the big screen and now the casino stage, Channing ...…
 
In 1968, Science published the now-famous paper “The Tragedy of the Commons” by ecologist Garrett Hardin. In it, Hardin questioned society’s ability to manage shared resources, concluding that individuals will act in their self-interest and ultimately spoil the resource. Host Meagan Cantwell revisits this classic paper with two experts: Tine De ...…
 
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