Best Buses podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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The Codcast
A weekly conversation about Massachusetts politics and policy.
The most authoritative and comprehensive coverage of local and world events to be found on morning radio happens from 6:00am to 9:00am every weekday on RNZ National.
The NSW Teachers Federation is the trade union for public school teachers in NSW.
Craig Lewis
I'm a BBC journalist covering a wide variety of news across Northamptonshire and beyond.It's as simple as that...
The Energy Gang
Looking to understand the fast-changing world of energy? This isn't your ordinary energy business show. Every week, we debate and discuss the latest trends in energy, cleantech, renewables, and the environment. Join us as we explore the forces transforming energy markets in America and around the world.
Cool Solutions
No polar bears, just inspiring stories about climate action from the bottom up. Meet American towns cutting climate pollution locally and making themselves better places to live. Our motto: Folks, DO try this at home. With true stories, and some help from scientists, and policy experts we explore the ways communities can act now for a sustainable future.
Chaos Update
Critical-thinking and manic curiosity shared with irreverent hyperbole and absurd metaphor; the show that helps folks embrace the future with courage and grace.
Radio New Zealand daily and weekly programmes
Brian Lehrer leads the conversation about what matters most now in local and national politics, our own communities and our lives.
Very British
A mostly weekly podcast about Britain.
Brian Lehrer leads the conversation about what matters most now in local and national politics, our own communities and our lives.
361 Podcast
The iTunes 5★ reviewed podcast that reviewers call it "A great British spin on the world of tech", "Informing and entertaining" and "the best tech podcast by far…"Sign-up for our new (trial) listener forum ( for news and (friendly) chat.
Reality TV Warriors
RTV Warriors covers the latest in Reality TV from around the world. Every week, a team of experts cover the world's reality TV in unique ways.
Arts & Ideas
The best of BBC Radio 3's flagship arts and ideas programme Free Thinking - featuring in-depth interviews and debates with artists, scientists and public figures.
Castro Community
Changing the hood and immigrant mindset
Solidly Mediocre
Solidly Mediocre is a podcast about college, mistakes, and becoming an adult. Hosted by Quinn Rose and a rotating cast of friends, Solidly Mediocre is the best place for a fun conversation about figuring out adulthood. Or, at least, for making yourself feel better by realizing how much worse at life we are than you.
Bad Credit Podcast
The world brought to you by two regular dudes with bad credit.
In our new season, each episode of To Live and Law in LA will feature lively conversations with guests about the innovations, industries, and laws impacting our city and shaping its future.
In a world where there are dozens of movie podcasts, three fearless friends came together to do something revolutionary: make another movie podcast. Lauren, Casey, and Jim discuss a diverse selection of movies from the newest Netflix trash to the ivory tower inhabitants of grand cinema. Join them on this journey in Another Damn Movie Podcast!
Podcast by Flash Forward Consulting
Sierra Club BC’s Podcast on Clean Energy Solutions
Future Europe
Future Europe showcases the innovations that will shape your future. From environmental clean-ups to vaccines, superlasers and smart city tech. The episodes feature a project from each of the 28 European Union countries focusing on health, education, mobility, agriculture, urban development or science. Future Europe presents the projects through the voices of the people involved in them, set against the backdrop of sounds recorded on site. There’s no narrator to tell you what to think. It’s ...
Curating solutions-based sustainability news from around the globe into audio episodes of 2 minutes or less. Free to non-commercial radio stations, webstreams, and LPFM's who notify us of intent to broadcast. Please eMail
Sound of Symfony
The unofficial Symfony podcast
A podcast series dedicated to watching, reviewing, and thoroughly dissecting a series of terrible films to come from the United Kingdom, to understand why the films we review have achieved notoriety for being among the worst ever made in the history of British cinema.
The San Francisco Chronicle Sports team covers the country’s most vibrant sports market, telling the story of the Bay Area’s teams and athletes, both on and off the field. We satisfy the hard-core sports fan, but extend our reach to the general reader with stories that examine the cultural zeitgeist surrounding sports. Our coverage surprises with unique takes on common refrains and provocative stories that influence or inspire the sporting world. A SpokenEdition transforms written content in ...
Because He Lives is the radio ministry of the Greater Pittsburgh Revival Center. We have dedicated our lives to serving others in the furtherance of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Our mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ to the poor; to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised (Luke 4:18). Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in ...
The Football Ramble emerged from London towards the end of 2007 as a genuinely refreshing football voice, and quickly established itself as one of the most influential and entertaining shows about the world's most popular sport. It is now the largest independent football brand in the UK and a must-listen for any discerning fan that enjoys the more entertaining side of the game. From sold out live shows to broadcasting from major tournaments, The Football Ramble has it covered. Join them ever ...
A series with a focus on Dáil Éireann, Seanad Éireann and committees of the Oireachtas. The series will also take a weekly look at Local Government activity in County and City Councils and the work of the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
Inbound Raleigh
Inbound Raleigh is a podcast about transportation in Raleigh, N.C. Our goal is to foster a discussion about transit and transportation in Raleigh. We cover a range of topics, including sidewalks, streets, cars, bicycling, greenways, parking, rail, buses, and more. Some of those conversations will be broad while others will dig deeper. Some will be lighthearted and there may be copious amounts of sarcasm and a few jokes. Many of our podcast episodes will feature interviews with transportation ...
Personal Injury Lawyer, Michael Ehline narrates the basics of bicycle law in LA. This podcast focuses on negligence against bicycle riders by larger vehicle operators like trucks, buses and SUV's. But it also covers passenger cars hitting and throwing bicyclists in crosswalks, and in bicycle lanes.
Curiosity Daily
Get smarter in just a few minutes every day. With a timely blend of cultural trends, life hacks, and developments in science and technology, you'll learn about your mind and body, outer space and the depths of the sea, how history shaped the world into what it is today, and more. From the largest galaxies to your smallest brain cells, hosts Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer from will help you understand the world better.
The Reinventing Transport show provides practical help and encouragement on urban mobility issues for an international audience. It is for anyone, in any country, pushing for local changes to urban transport and public space, especially if you want your city to be more socially just, sustainable, safe, productive, full of great places and much better at helping us all to flourish. Intro and outro music: "So Far So Close" by Jahzzar via ...
A series with a focus on Dáil Éireann, Seanad Éireann and committees of the Oireachtas. The series will also take a weekly look at Local Government activity in County and City Councils and the work of the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
Jo Koy welcomes friends and fellow comedians to share their hilarious insights on a wide variety of topics. Listen as they improvise, reenact, and laugh about the funny things in life. Regular guests include Vine superstar King Bach, comedian Anjelah Johnson, and The Black Eyed Peas. Subscribe now!
Providing leading insight into key transport issues both in the UK and internationally.
Your County
The latest goings on from North Yorkshire County Council
All-things fashion, food, music and fabulosity by two very big mouthed male divas.
Telly Dot Click
The TV preview podcast that knows you may have better things to do.
Real College Podcast is a 30-ish minute podcast focusing on artistic and cultural events and trends happening in the Twin Cities. Harnessing the creative capital of Minnesota’s next generation of innovators, historians, entrepreneurs and creative and told through first person storytelling and reporting and delivered instantly through any internet connection anywhere. Real College Podcast reflects the varied layers of Minnesota’s rich artistic and cultural history; providing a lifetime’s wort ...
Be the Change You Wish to See in the World
Tale talk
Tail talk is a podcast that plans to discuss everything dog from dog behavior, puppies selection, dog valuation as well as some very specific forms of training.
Beer Money Podcast
Podcast by three brothers talking about (and drinking) beer, and trying to come up with ways to make more money.
The 'on this day in history' podcast, with a new episode every single day. Featuring historical events that range from the Roman Empire to the World Wide Web, HistoryPod proves that there is always something to be remembered 'on this day'. Written and presented by Scott Allsop, creator of the award-winning
Education Stories
Stories and features about education in the Pacific Northwest. Including stories from Washington state and the United States.
Learn English. Learn real English. Learn Rock n’ Roll English!
This podcast tracks the audio archives for the “Heartland Labor Forum” radio show. The Heartland Labor Forum is Kansas City’s only program about the workplace. It’s radio that talks back to the boss! Whether you’re a union member or your workplace isn’t organized, Heartland Labor Forum (HLF) has stories for you, guaranteed to inspire, educate, or enrage you.
The Bay
Every good story starts local. So that’s where we start. The Bay is storytelling for daily news. KQED host Devin Katayama talks with reporters to help us make sense of what’s happening in the Bay Area. One story. One conversation. One idea.
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The winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, Roma is a hot favourite to do well at the upcoming Oscars. Directed by Alfonso Cuaron (Gravity, Children of Men).
Rose is an independent American film about a retired cop - Cybill Shepherd - on a road trip through New Mexico in a motorized wheelchair. Co-stars James Brolin and Pam Grier.
Mortal engines from Weta is based on a series of "Steampunk" fantasy novels, featuring giant cities on wheels. Produced by Sir Peter Jackson, directed by Christian Rivers.
Pacific Super Rugby hopes are dashed, the Fiji men's sevens team regain that winning feeling, Niue rugby league looks to launch a women's team and a new professional boxing body is born in Papua New Guinea.
On At The Movies, Simon Morris looks at the surreal Sorry To Bother You and the heroic Creed 2. And he talks to Rupert Everett, star, writer and director of a new film about Oscar Wilde, the acclaimed The Happy Prince.
Scientists from NIWA have just returned from the Ross Ice Shelf in what is believed to be the southern-most reporting ocean instrumentation on the planet, they now have a full year of ocean temperatures. Dr. Craig Stevens, Marine Scientist has been analysing the data and joins Bryan in the studio.
Select committees don't get as much time in the limelight as other parts of Parliament but they're an important point of contact between MPs and the public says the chair of the Finance and Expenditure Committee.
Recent rain hasn't halted water restriction discussions in Gore, which was hit hard last summer. Gore District Council held a hearing this morning to discuss changes to its water restriction regime in a bid to lessen the impact on residents.
A coronial inquest into Hans Dalton's death almost ground to a halt today after key witness, psychiatrist Ian Parkin from Samoa, failed to show up. Our court reporter Anneke Smith was there.
Family violence researcher Michael Roguski says social media videos portraying animal cruelty as entertainment show just how widely accepted violence is in New Zealand.
The first of the vigils being held around the country tonight for British backpacker Grace Millane has begun in Auckland at St Patricks Cathedral Square. Reporter Alex Perrottet joins Checkpoint live from the vigil.
An anti-1080 float that featured a coffin emblazoned with pictures of native New Zealand birds won a top entry award in the Taupō Christmas Parade.
The National Geohazards Monitoring Centre is a world first, as it monitors earthquakes, tsunami, landslides and volcanoes 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from one location.
Putting child health services, including mental health, inside a public library in Rotorua has helped normalise services, while the library has blossomed, Lakes District Health Board says.
A Greyhound Racing New Zealand report has revealed, for the first time, how many racing dogs were euthanised this season. 353 were killed after sustaining injuries on the racetrack, falling ill or being unsuitable for rehoming.
News from the business sector, including a market report.
None of the dead birds left on the steps of Parliament in protest of 1080 died from the poison. Forest and Bird CEO Kevin Hague says one bird was actually shot and the question is...who did it?
Vigils are being held throughout the country tonight in memory of Grace Millane and all women killed in New Zealand. Alex Perrottet joins Checkpoint live from the first vigil at St Patricks Cathedral Square in Auckland.
The family of Grace Millane is preparing to take her home to the UK in the next few days, after she was formally identified and her body released back to them by the police.
Air New Zealand passengers who have already changed or cancelled their travel plans because of the proposed three-day strike won't be covered by insurance.
Grace Millane's family have released a statement, thanking the people of NZ for their love and compassion. While Grace wasn't born here, they say New Zealanders have taken her into their hearts, "and in some small way she will forever be a kiwi".
Before year's end we're returning to stories we did that had loose ends. "Hi Jim" wrote Karen Summerhays. "I was interested in the conversation you had about KiwiBank turning digital and leaving communities. In Te Puke we are running a campaign to keep our Post Office, as we know it, because Kiwi Bank is leaving town."…
Hannah Rodgers wants more people to receive Christmas cards - especially people who, who whatever reason, wouldn't get too many Christmas cards otherwise. So she set up a campaign: Sending Love. She tells us about it.
Theresa May's dire straits got a little gloomier yesterday, as she was filmed struggling to unlock her car door as Angela Merkel waited to meet her. Is there an element of ... schadenfreude ... in how the E.U is dealing with Brexit?
What the panellists Hayden Donnell and Dellwyn Stuart.
Journalists who've been killed or imprisoned are collectively Time Magazine's Person of the Year - who's yours? The panellists weigh in. Plus, the most-streamed songs of the 20th century ...
From January 21st next year Auckland commuters using the Downtown car park, which is owned by Auckland Transport, will cost $40 a day - a price hike of $16.
Kiwibuild boss Steven Barclay hasn't been at work for six or seven weeks, and even the Prime Minister can't say why.
Parliament's passed the third reading of the Government's medicinal cannabis bill, but the National party says what's in the bill is effectively decriminalisation by stealth.
Letting fees are a relic of the past from today, but will those costs simply be passed on through rent increases? The Real Estate Institute's Bindi Norwell joins us to discuss.
Engineers and logistics staff at the national carrier have announced a three-day strike for the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of December. Is there a contingency plan? Aviation commentator Peter Clark is here with his two cents.
Two people are dead and 12 wounded, following a shooting in the French city of Strasbourg.
Figures show Pacific people who migrated to New Zealand as adults are more resilient to mental health issues than other Pasifika; PNG landowner group defends Porgera lawsuit; The Deputy Prime Minister of the Cook Islands, Mark Brown, says he wants local contractors to undertake repairs to Rarotonga's huge new water system, Te Mato Vai; A refuge ...…
Journalists who've been killed or imprisoned are collectively Time Magazine's Person of the Year - who's yours? The panellists weigh in. Plus, the most-streamed songs of the 20th century ... What the panellists Hayden Donnell and Dellwyn Stuart. Theresa May's dire straits got a little gloomier yesterday, as she was filmed struggling to unlock h ...…
Almost 30 years on, the fight against violence against women continues in the Pacific.
After dozens of charges of conspiracy, theft and money laundering laid against him were dropped this week, Papua New Guinea lawyer Paul Paraka says he will pursue charges against anti-fraud detectives and politicians who colluded to destroy him.
Two people are dead and 12 wounded, following a shooting in the French city of Strasbourg. Engineers and logistics staff at the national carrier have announced a three-day strike for the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of December. Is there a contingency plan? Aviation commentator Peter Clark is here with his two cents. Letting fees are a relic of the past ...…
Samoa's internet regulator says Pacific Island countries should put more pressure on companies like Facebook to crack down on fake news.
What do you reckon is the biggest enclosed building in the world?
Why are bottle tops made of different plastic to the body? And why does my email spam seem to pour in at a certain time of day ...
Deep in a forest in Southeast Alaska, on an island with the highest population of bears per square kilometer on earth, stands of yellow cedar trees that have survived millennia are dying.
It's a year and a half since Dr David Gaimster became Auckland Museum's director. Like his predecessor Roy Clare, he's British, and he arrived early in a major strategic transformation of the 155 year-old institution.
Marty Jones reviews new releases from musical icons Morrissey and Kate Bush.
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