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Best Field podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Field podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Podcast A Vet is a podcast for Veterinarians, students, nurses, veterinary professionals and animal lovers with an emphasis on community. The podcast shares the stories, struggles, successes and insights of leaders across the veterinary industry. As modern vets, we face numerous challenges on a daily basis, from dealing with patients and clients, to running profitable practices, to dealing with internal struggles like compassion fatigue. We believe that the best way through these struggles i ...
 
The Field Radio Podcast is dedicated to exploring the amateur radio hobby through the lens of getting you and your gear outdoors. Your host, John W7DBO, will explore what gear works best, how to deploy in the field, and most importantly how to have fun! The podcast will also explore what you can do with your gear once deployed. Including emergency communications, contesting, event support, and of course Field Day. Hope you join us on this adventure as we take Ham Radio outdoors! 73
 
Hosted by two commercial row-crop farmers, Field Work is a podcast that provides space for frank, realistic discussions about the benefits and challenges of sustainable agriculture. Hosts Zach Johnson and Mitchell Hora explore the successes and challenges farmers experience as they adopt new practices, without greenwashing over the difficulties.
 
Welcome to the Film & TV podcast series, hosted by Ben Field. Gain exclusive insight into the world of Film and Television through the personal journeys of industry influencers from Hollywood and beyond.Ben spearheads the Film & TV team at Hillsong, spanning 30+ global cities, including Sydney, London, New York, and Los Angeles - and runs Hillsong Channel, a 24/7 TV network reaching over 165 million homes worldwide. Through these conversations, our hope is that you'll learn and be inspired a ...
 
http://binauraldiaries.co.uk The Binaural Diaries is my collection of field recordings, or ‘sound photographs’. Much of this work is created using a technique called 'binaural recording'. This is a method of recording sound that uses two microphones, arranged with the intent to create a 3-D stereo sound sensation for the listener of actually being in the environment that was captured. Listen using headphones to enjoy this effect. My current field recording setup comprises of a pair of Sound ...
 
If you've heard and loved that delightful nursery rhyme/lullaby, Wynken Blynken and Nod you'd certainly enjoy browsing through its creator Eugene Field's Love Songs of Childhood. The volume contains some forty or more poems for children, which are ideal for read aloud sessions with young folks. Parents will certainly enjoy reading them too. Most of these poems have been set to music and are ideal for family sing-alongs too. Eugene Field was a gifted humorist as well as being a talented child ...
 
stopGOstop, explores the idea that sound recordings can act as sediment– as an accumulation of recorded cultural material– distributed via rss feed, and listened to on headphones. Each episode is a new sonic layer, field recordings, plunderphonics, electroacoustic, all composed together in one episode, or presented individually as striations. Produced by John Wanzel
 
The results of the 2016 election came as a shock to many Americans on both sides of the political spectrum. The events that followed have only deepened the sense of two Americas that don’t understand each other. The result, as 2020 gets underway and Democrats choose their nominee, is an electorate anxious that it no longer knows what makes for a winning candidate — an electorate asking itself which candidate *other* people might be willing to vote for, not necessarily which candidate they th ...
 
When it comes to Security and Law Enforcement Procedures, there’s no such thing as too much information. It doesn’t always come fast, but it’s ALWAYS FREE! Join veteran Police Officer Tommy Mottl and learn more about vital building blocks when it comes to security and law enforcement.
 
Field, Lab, Earth is the podcast all about past and present advances in the fields of agronomic, crop, soil, and environmental sciences. A joint production of the Tri-Societies, the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, it features interviews with authors published in our journals, books, and magazines.Opinions and conclusions expressed by authors are their own and are not considered as those of the American Society of Agronomy, C ...
 
Dana Goldberg helps bring some sanity to the insane, some normalcy to the abnormal, and some laughter during this political apocalypse. From politics to sports, entertainment to legislation, Out In Left Field hits on everything affecting the LGBTQ community and our allies. With special guests each week, you never know what’s going to happen or who’s going to stop by. You don’t have to be LGBTQ to enjoy the podcast, you just have to not be dead inside.
 
As a mom your first responsibility is to your family and you should take that calling seriously, but there is so much more out there. God has given you a unique set of gifts and talents to be used to lead others to Christ. That little place where your passions and God’s purpose collide-- that’s your mission field. And as you raise your children to love and serve the Lord, God will use your entire family, together, to further His kingdom. I’m a mom of 7 who is trying to figure all this stuff ...
 
ABOUT ME I am a Dutch illustrator and animator. I always strive for a simple image, with a clear message, without noise. I'm also an avid field recordist. ABOUT THIS PAGE This SoundCloud page contains my field recordings. An old hobby that grew big over the last years and gives me great pleasure. A lot of these recordings end up being used in my music and live performances one way or another. Follow the Einzelganger-link below to go to my musical project. BINAURAL Some of the recordings are ...
 
field recordings from the asia-pacific region. a long-term on-line project for the documentation of urban, rural, & natural environments. tracing change, subtle & dramatic. presenting soundscape podcasts, short films, image galleries & essays for encountered sounds, cultures, people, places & moments. an evolving network of creative exchange, regularly updated for public viewing. facilitated by sean art o’brien. inviting contributions.
 
The sweetest songs the world has ever heard are the lullabies that have been crooned above its cradles. The music of Beethoven and Mozart, of Mendelssohn and Schumann may perish, but so long as mothers sing their babies to sleep the melody of cradle lullabies will remain. Of all English and American writers the one who sang most often and most exquisitely these cradle songs was Eugene Field, the children's poet. His verses not only have charm as poetry, but a distinct song quality and a naiv ...
 
FR NYC is working to archive the many sounds of New York City, large and small. It is far too easy to be caught up by the speed of New York and forget about all there is to appreciate surrounding us at any given moment. This project's goal is to remind us to step aside on occasion and center ourselves. Even the busiest of cities can seem incredibly calm from a distance. Contact: fieldrecordingsnyc@gmail.com
 
What if you could hear from leaders in school systems all around the country? People who are finding innovative ways to solve problems and make strategic decisions as they work to hire, develop, retain and support teachers and staff? From superintendents to principals, from human resources to curriculum and instruction to special education, we’re talking with people who have something to say in K-12 – and we’re sharing those conversations here.
 
Inspired by the award-winning speculative fiction author Octavia E. Butler (1947–2006), leading experts in the field will explore the expansive ways Butler’s writing, research, and life foster deeper understanding of the past, present, and possible futures. The conference was held at The Huntington June 23, 2017.
 
The Divorce Field Guide is an informational podcast for listeners who are considering, at the outset of, or in the midst of a divorce. We break the topic of divorce down into bite-sized pieces, with the goal of making your divorce process feel more manageable and clear as you go through it. Each episode covers a different topic related to divorce. You can find episode transcripts as well as a free guide to divorce on our website: thedivorcefieldguide.com.
 
The Research Field is Teagasc's monthly research podcast for everyone interested in agriculture, crops, the environment, food, forestry and rural development research in Ireland. Presented by Sean Duke, science journalist, with regular contributions from Catriona Boyle, science and communication outreach officer with Teagasc, the podcasts will get out and about and talk to researchers in their various fields. Acknowledgement: Signature tune 'Inspirational Outlook' by https://scottholmesmusic.com
 
Here you can find selected talks given at Dharma Field Zen Center, founded by Steve Hagen (author of Buddhism Plain & Simple) on the basics of meditation and Zen teachings of awareness and wisdom. Dharma Field talks focus on mindfulness—being awake, aware, alert, and in touch with what is actually happening. In a practical and down-to-Earth manner, they unpack the Buddha's teaching on seeing directly into the nature of experience. Feel free to subscribe to our channel. A selection of free ta ...
 
The novel, set in 1861, describes adventures of British expedition led by Captain John Hatteras to the North Pole. Hatteras is convinced that the sea around the pole is not frozen and his obsession is to reach the place no matter what. Mutiny by the crew results in destruction of their ship but Hatteras, with a few men, continues on the expedition. ( Wikipedia)
 
Having the highest regard for the mandate placed before them to restructure the cultural landscape, The Demagogues of The Cargo Culte break bread with the deepest thinkers, hardest hitting critics and simply the most bad ass players of our times and ask them to provide the soundtrack to your lives. Punk,Hardcore,Hard Psych,Space Rock,Krautrock and Outsider recordings, all is laid on the table for the consumption of you our gentle patrons. "Nothing is true, everything is permitted."
 
Welcome to Ag Law in the Field! This is the inaugural episode of a new podcast designed to discuss all things agricultural law. Tiffany Lashmet, Extension Ag Law Specialist with Texas A&M Agrilife Extension, will serve as your host and has a variety of great guests lined up. From law students to seasoned attorneys, to lawyers with experience in international firms, to folks who hung out their own shingle in Small Town America...we plan to visit with them all and discuss their thoughts, exper ...
 
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“I had driven past this field, close to my home in Kent, many times. Last year it was filled with rapeseed. This year it was wheat. In late April I began to walk across the field each day, following the crop’s progression from tight, slim, silver-green to soft burnished gold. On hot afternoons I would sit in it with a beer and a book, listen to its…
 
Polly Platt is not a household name, and that is the problem we tackle in this episode. Photo by © Steve Banks / mptvimages.com She was a lynchpin in the making of an astonishing list of some of the best American films for more than two decades. So how come so few people know about her? When her name is remembered, it is as a production designer. B…
 
Samuel Gold of Sam's Film Room joins the show to discuss his latest video up on Field Gulls breaking down the game tape on Jamal Adams. The trade for the safety gives Seattle an immediate upgrade and adds elite talent to the secondary. But should Seahawks fans just assume that as a strong safety, he's going to play the strong safety role in a simil…
 
I'm really excited to have John McFarland, an oil and gas attorney who practices representing land and mineral owners and authors the popular Oil and Gas Lawyer Blog, on the show. John is here to focus specifically on oil and gas royalties and the various legal issues that come up in that area. Contact John McFarland Website Blog Links to Topics Me…
 
In Episode 6 of Finding Drum Corps, Keith explores the drum corps activity as it exists outside of the United States and how ensembles around the world are inspired by DCI and its corps. Special guests include: Chair of Marching & Performing Arts UK Alan Thompson, Inbhear Mór Performance Ensemble director Oisiin Molloy, Brazilian band director Lean…
 
Last summer I was helping teach a geology field camp near Dillon. On our way back to the Birch Creek Outdoor Education Center each day, after long hours in the August sun spent identifying and mapping incredible exposures of rock, we would drive past a few crumbling cabins beneath an unweathered cliff face footed by large piles of scree. This was o…
 
In this week’s podcast Ken gives a pollination report and details the difference between the April planted corn pollination window in comparison to the May planted corn. He advises growers when taking stand counts which ones they should only give half credit to get more realistic yield estimates. Ken also urges growers to make sure they aren’t lett…
 
The UN General Assembly has declared 2020 as the International Year of Plant Health in order to raise global awareness about how protecting plant health is vital to ending hunger, protecting the environment and boost our economies. Helen Grogan is a Horticulture Research Officer with Teagasc. Here she outlines the various threats to plant health in…
 
Rising from the forest floor in a ghostly array of pale, slender stalks, Ghost Pipe (Monotropa uniflora), AKA Indian Pipe, is a forest floor denizen both beautiful and extraordinary. Many people mistake it for a fungus because It lacks chlorophyll. For many years, botanists argued over how it gathered nutrients. It's range stretches almost continen…
 
In which Oliver sits down with Chloe and guests panelists Roy and Sam to explore their experiences finding community and friends outside of Mormonism. If only it were as simple as it was when we were 5. Key takeaway: Heathens need friends too.For the show notes for this episode, visit www.wardlesspodcast.com/episodes/035Support us on Patreon! www.p…
 
Cosmic Background Radiation, Lenard Bernstein, Angela Davis, IBM Control Programs, Malcom X, DIY synth construction, 1968, James Baldwin and a remix of suite IV Jupiter, from The Planets, Op.32, by Gustav Holst. The seven suites of Holst’s The Planets were first played together in September of 1918, during a worldwide pandemic. You know what you wa…
 
“A preliminary investigation of wild pig (Sus scrofa ) impacts in water quality” with Dr. John Brooks. Wild pigs are an invasive species that impact at least thirty-five states in the United States with a population of approximately six million and growing. With few natural predators and a high reproduction rate, they are a highly mobile species th…
 
This episode marks the Season Two finale with Professor Pius Akumbu, an Associate Professor of Linguistics at the University of Bamenda, Cameroon, and an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at the University of Hamburg. His research focuses on the documentation and description of Grassfields Bantu languages of Cameroon, including his mother tongue, Baban…
 
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