Best Funeral Industry podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Dr. Karen Wyatt, hospice physician and author of "What Really Matters," interviews experts on all aspects of the end-of-life, including: caring for the dying, funeral and burial practices, planning for the end-of-life, conscious dying, grief and loss, caregiver support, afterlife, death and the arts, and community initiatives to improve end-of-life care. Access more interviews at www.eoluniversity.com
 
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Funeral nation TV
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A cutting edge, no BS, power packed weekly web show hosted by social media maven, Ryan Thogmartin, and The Funeral Commander, Jeff Harbeson. Each week Ryan and The Commander will cover: Funeral industry news, Q&As, funeral director spotlight, WTF! segment, and commentary on the industry in a entertaining non-funeralesque form.Want to watch the video version of FNtv, submit a question or become an advertiser? Please visit, Funeralnation.tv
 
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Death, et seq.
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Death, et seq. literally means "Death and what follows." This podcast addresses all aspects of death care in the United States -- options for funerals and disposition, the ways in which "traditions" are being disrupted, and where death care is headed. A broad range of experts within the funeral industry and various reform communities are invited to share their views. Listeners are invited to actively participate by submitting questions and topics of interest.
 
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Death Goes Digital
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Death has gone digital! With the rise of online memorials, posthumous messaging services and buying a funeral online, the Internet is transforming end of life planning and funerals. In this podcast we talk about the latest trends, new products and ideas that are impacting this marketplace. My name is Peter Billingham and through speaking at conferences, writing books and consulting I help the funeral industry and the end of life planning marketplace change and adapt to an online world. Perha ...
 
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Money Box
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The latest news from the world of personal finance plus advice for those trying to make the most of their money.
 
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Death Goes Digital
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Death has gone digital! With the rise of online memorials, posthumous messaging services and buying a funeral online, the Internet is transforming end of life planning and funerals. In this podcast we talk about the latest trends, new products and ideas that are impacting this marketplace. My name is Peter Billingham and through speaking at conferences, writing books and consulting I help the funeral industry and the end of life planning marketplace change and adapt to an online world. Perha ...
 
Reliable Sources examines how journalists do their jobs and how the media affect the stories they cover in this weekly CNN program. Full video episodes available in the iTunes store.
 
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The Unwritable Rant
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Join author and occasional misanthrope Juliette Miranda for bourbon-soaked personal stories and celebrity interviews. From misadventures working in the music industry, dating disasters and an incautious life with "her guy," Juliette knocks back 30 minutes of relatable, revealing, and comically real stories. She occasionally invites top comedians, actors, and musicians to join her and share their own stories about life and more. Every episode is paired with a short bourbon review, because all ...
 
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AM
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AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program. With key political interviews and stories about the Australian way of life, AM sets the agenda for the nation’s daily news and current affairs coverage.
 
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Cemetery Tales
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Most people have a variety of feelings when it comes to cemeteries. Each Friday, join Jarod Terrell, a former Cemetery Sexton, as he shares stories of his time working in the cemetery industry. If you always had a fascination with gravesites, cemeteries, headstones, and horror/scary stories or films this podcast is for you. Welcome to Cemetery Tales Podcast. Enjoy!
 
A fresh and funny look at the box office returns each week and what they mean for the movie industry at large.
 
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ABC Podcasts
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Career Conversations is a series presented by Teen'Scape at Los Angeles Public Library's Central Library. Teens and adults are able to listen to guests discuss their chosen career and the path it took to get there. These relaxed conversations are a great insight into your dream career!
 
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Experts are calling on the Government to do more to protect consumers from aggressive hawkers of funeral insurance. ASIC now has more power to take civil and legal action against companies in the financial sector, but advocates say it's not enough.
 
The UK's tallest mountain has a fierce reputation. Three climbers died earlier this month due to an avalanche on the mountain's flanks.
 
You can buy a zombie Jesus t-shirt on Amazon — but was Jesus undead? Join guest host Justine Toh and the God Forbid panel as they explore what Easter means for our bodies, our economics and even the end of the world.
 
Criminals fraudulently stole £1.2 billion last year from our bank accounts according to the industry body UK Finance.But that’s just the tip of the iceberg - the true scale of financial fraud is hard to put a figure on. As many as four out of five people who have been stung don't report it.Fraud is an epidemic that’s seemingly out of control. I ...…
 
From the first rays of the sun to the dance of firelight, we take a look back on some of the words we’ve learnt about light.
 
Hypnobirthing is a practice that prepares mothers and their partners for the process of giving birth as naturally as possible. The many mothers that use this or similar practices say it helps them to give birth in a positive and empowered way.
 
New telescope to probe the formation and evolution of the universeBuilding teams for missions to Mars
 
Yelled at, sworn at, even punched: new research finds that's all in a day's work for some Australian teachers; women in rugby league furious after Jack de Belin's lawyer claimed that the code failed him over violence education; and Sri Lanka revives the death penalty.
 
Yelled at, sworn at, even punched: new research finds that's all in a day's work for some Australian teachers; women in rugby league furious after Jack de Belin's lawyer claimed that the code failed him over violence education; and Sri Lanka revives the death penalty.
 
Yelled at, sworn at, even punched: new research finds that's all in a day's work for some Australian teachers; women in rugby league furious after Jack de Belin's lawyer claimed that the code failed him over violence education; and Sri Lanka revives the death penalty.
 
The fallout continues from the release of the redacted Mueller report into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election. Congressional Democrats have subpoenaed the Justice Department to access the full report, as they escalate their investigation into Donald Trump.
 
The fallout continues from the release of the redacted Mueller report into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election. Congressional Democrats have subpoenaed the Justice Department to access the full report, as they escalate their investigation into Donald Trump.
 
The fallout continues from the release of the redacted Mueller report into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election. Congressional Democrats have subpoenaed the Justice Department to access the full report, as they escalate their investigation into Donald Trump.
 
Rugby League player Jack de Belin's case against the NRL governing bodies has drawn to a controversial close, with a lawyer claiming the NRL had failed the player on education about sexual violence. The comments have provoked an outcry from women involved with the sport.
 
Rugby League player Jack de Belin's case against the NRL governing bodies has drawn to a controversial close, with a lawyer claiming the NRL had failed the player on education about sexual violence. The comments have provoked an outcry from women involved with the sport.
 
Rugby League player Jack de Belin's case against the NRL governing bodies has drawn to a controversial close, with a lawyer claiming the NRL had failed the player on education about sexual violence. The comments have provoked an outcry from women involved with the sport.
 
A new report has found bullying and harassment of teachers in Australian schools is a significant problem. Most teachers who were surveyed reported being yelled and sworn at and 10 per cent also said they were hit or punched by a student.
 
A new report has found bullying and harassment of teachers in Australian schools is a significant problem. Most teachers who were surveyed reported being yelled and sworn at and 10 per cent also said they were hit or punched by a student.
 
A new report has found bullying and harassment of teachers in Australian schools is a significant problem. Most teachers who were surveyed reported being yelled and sworn at and 10 per cent also said they were hit or punched by a student.
 
Stories abound of long delays and difficulties in accessing support under the NDIS. But even after its work is completed, problems can remain and fixing them means once again navigating a complex bureaucracy, with many key organizations denying responsibility.
 
Stories abound of long delays and difficulties in accessing support under the NDIS. But even after its work is completed, problems can remain and fixing them means once again navigating a complex bureaucracy, with many key organizations denying responsibility.
 
Stories abound of long delays and difficulties in accessing support under the NDIS. But even after its work is completed, problems can remain and fixing them means once again navigating a complex bureaucracy, with many key organizations denying responsibility.
 
Experts are calling on the Government to do more to protect consumers from aggressive hawkers of funeral insurance. ASIC now has more power to take civil and legal action against companies in the financial sector, but advocates say it's not enough.
 
Experts are calling on the Government to do more to protect consumers from aggressive hawkers of funeral insurance. ASIC now has more power to take civil and legal action against companies in the financial sector, but advocates say it's not enough.
 
WA's move on safe access zones around abortion clinics to prevent protesters from harassing patients has shone a spotlight on SA's abortion laws, which now lag behind the rest of the nation on the issue.
 
WA's move on safe access zones around abortion clinics to prevent protesters from harassing patients has shone a spotlight on SA's abortion laws, which now lag behind the rest of the nation on the issue.
 
WA's move on safe access zones around abortion clinics to prevent protesters from harassing patients has shone a spotlight on SA's abortion laws, which now lag behind the rest of the nation on the issue.
 
Over 40 years after the death penalty was last enacted in Sri Lanka, the country is once again on the hunt for a hangman. President Maithripala Sirisena is expected to start signing death warrants for convicted drug traffickers "within days."
 
Over 40 years after the death penalty was last enacted in Sri Lanka, the country is once again on the hunt for a hangman. President Maithripala Sirisena is expected to start signing death warrants for convicted drug traffickers "within days."
 
Over 40 years after the death penalty was last enacted in Sri Lanka, the country is once again on the hunt for a hangman. President Maithripala Sirisena is expected to start signing death warrants for convicted drug traffickers "within days."
 
The works of 10 acclaimed Australian desert painters are about to go on display in the New York gallery of one of the world's most influential art dealers. Almost all come from the personal collection of comedian and actor Steve Martin, who speaks with AM.
 
The works of 10 acclaimed Australian desert painters are about to go on display in the New York gallery of one of the world's most influential art dealers. Almost all come from the personal collection of comedian and actor Steve Martin, who speaks with AM.
 
The works of 10 acclaimed Australian desert painters are about to go on display in the New York gallery of one of the world's most influential art dealers. Almost all come from the personal collection of comedian and actor Steve Martin, who speaks with AM.
 
Will Disney's proposed streaming service 'Disney +' knock off other players like Netflix? Disney's back catalogue of content from Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and Pixar certainly makes it an intimidating competitor.So will Disney+ knock off some of the less content rich players?Also this week, inside 15 months of fresh hell at Facebook.…
 
Who the hell is Bill and what's up with his Mandolin? Plus, some lush electronica from an artist on The Kite String Tangle's record label. Dave Ruby Howe and Max Quinn walk you through the Top 5 songs of the week on triple j Unearthed. West Thebarton - Tops | imbi the girl - used to be {Ft. Superego}| IV League - Cola Tooth World | Angus Dawson ...…
 
This week, we find out what big celebration is on this weekend, we discover what scientists are doing to keep track of orangutans, we take a look at one way people are recycling plastic, and we meet a boy who's very passionate about music.
 
Consciousness and artificial intelligence in Ian McEwan's Machines Like Me, a life defined by books and reading with Caro Llewellyn, writing Irish police procedurals in Perth with Dervla McTiernan, and a longtime fan of Joanne Harris reviews her latest novel.
 
Acclaimed novelist Jennifer Egan dives into the chaos, romance, and hard graft of the old Navy Yards (R)
 
Brian Stelter goes inside the Pulitzer Prize process with award administrator Dana Canedy. Then he speaks with one of this year's winners, AP photojournalist Nariman El-Mofty, about her team's experience on the ground covering the war in Yemen. El-Mofty talks about the ethical choices she makes while photographing the victims of Yemen's famine. ...…
 
How much did Einstein’s first wife contribute to his work? Mileva's supporters and skeptics go head to head over the evidence in Part 2 of this Science Friction series.
 
The FN boys are back from a wild and wonderful (sorta) ICCFA Convention. Charlotte did deliver but the convention itself? You'll have to watch the episode to get Ryan and the Funeral Commander's take on the convention and all that was and wasn't. Urn? Yes, there were plenty of urns.Title sponsor: C&J Financial - http://www.cjf.com/Sponsors: Rin ...…
 
He carried her coffin, then admitted to killing her - now Karen Ristevski's husband could be out of jail in just six years; And Australian scientists are successfully restoring 70 kilometres of seaweed habitat off the New South Wales Coast by encouraging the particular weed there to have sex.
 
The Friday shakeup with Adelaide's The Advertiser columnist Caleb Bond and 15-year-old climate activist Jean Hinchliffe.
 
Myf and Zan are digesting another big week, and talking about the significance of Notre Dame. The fire in this iconic Parisian building caused a global reaction, but what of the other monuments that receive less attention? Is our value of culture firmly rooted in western traditions? We’ve watched Beyonce’s “Homecoming” film with you, and have p ...…
 
The mystery of Karen Ristevski's 2016 disappearance gripped Victorians for months, and few were surprised when her husband - the prime suspect - was eventually charged with killing her.
 
Frustration is growing among job seekers who say they don't receive any notification they've missed out on a job, but one company in Adelaide has tried something different.
 
Indigenous affairs isn't a topic that typically dominates elections, and today while visiting the Top End, the Opposition leader admitted as much. So why isn't our most disadvantaged group at the top of the political agenda?
 
Tensions between the US and North Korea are in danger of ratcheting up again, after the rogue state said it had tested a new type of 'tactical guided weapon' less than two months after a failed summit with US president Donald Trump.
 
It's the kind of news that plays well into the campaign trail - an impressive 48,300 jobs were created in March. But the Bureau of Statistics also revealed the unemployment rate is now actually heading back up.
 
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