Best Hunger podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Welcome to Rebellion Radio, the Hunger Games Podcast! Join hosts Hurley, Alex, Elena, and April as they immerse themselves in the book trilogy that has captivated thousands, if not billions. The show's entertaining segments cover everything, including discussion about the movies, in-depth book analysis, and of course, knee-slapping humor (if you’re into knee-slapping). Well, what are you waiting for? If you’re brave enough to fight The Capitol, tune in, and join the Rebellion. And please lea ...
 
Unpacking Our Bags
 
The #1 weekly Hunger Games podcast, hosted by Adam Spunberg and Savanna New, along with the top fan sites on the web. Listen LIVE every Monday at 10pm ET. www.HGFiresideChat.com
 
A podcast discussing all things Hunger Games including news, fanfiction, music, the movie, chapter analysis as well as fun games. Join us for our discussion ranging from hilarious to serious.
 
TARGET: Zero Hunger is a monthly podcast on the stories, issues and policies at the root of global food security. With the latest research and the help of farmers, development experts and decision-makers around the world, each episode sheds a light on different parts of our food systems.
 
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Hacking Hunger
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Hidden, human stories about food on the front lines of hunger.
 
Hunger (Norwegian: Sult) is a novel by the Norwegian author Knut Hamsun and was published in its final form in 1890. The novel has been hailed as the literary opening of the 20th century and an outstanding example of modern, psychology-driven literature. It hails the irrationality of the human mind in an intriguing and sometimes humorous novel. Written after Hamsun's return from an ill-fated tour of America, Hunger is loosely based on the author's own impoverished life before his breakthroug ...
 
The Show on Fire is a weekly show with hosts Sam Cushion and Alex Boyd. Broadcasted live every Wednesday at 8pm Central on PanemRadio.com. Each week we will discuss whats new in the world of filk (music inspired by works of fiction). We will cover everything from Wizard Rock to Trock (Doctor Who) and of course Rockingjay.
 
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Chasing Hunger
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One in three people knows someone suffering with an eating disorder. Chasing Hunger unravels the struggles of these issues offering real tools you can use to help reclaim your life from eating disorders. What can I eat? Will I gain weight? What about anxiety? I can’t sleep. I’m having panic attacks and I’m bloated all the time. What about junk sugar and junk foods? I feel ashamed, I feel guilty. These and many more behavior patterns are linked to eating disorders, along with beliefs and valu ...
 
YouTube. It spends millions of dollars every year paying YouTubers. But what would happen if it put its money to another use: ending world hunger?
 
Join Al Smith as he helps us to grow in the knowledge and love of the Catholic Faith. His show will be Faithful, Factual and Filling.
 
Join Al Smith as he helps us to grow in the knowledge and love of the Catholic Faith. His show will be Faithful, Factual and Filling.
 
My name is Jason York. I graduated from the International House of Prayer University (IHOP-U) in 2010 with a 4 year Apostolic Preaching Degree. My passion is to give my life to intercession for the third great awakening in America. I love preaching on topics that involve the knowledge of God, intercession, revival, hope, and perseverance. I also write and record christian rap! My wife JuliAnn and I have been a part of a 24/7 live prayer and worship community in Kansas City Missouri called th ...
 
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Australian Hunger
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A podcast for heavy music interviews from the howling winds of the south of the world.
 
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This week I talk to James Kershaw of Bear The Mammoth about the many iterrations of the band he has been in and role improvised jamming has in their music. 3:20 Bear The Mammoth The songs played during this episode were: 24:55 Decembering54:05 Sank I also discussed briefly mentioned Nergal's comments about the importance of Slayer. Recommendati ...…
 
Years of conflict have pushed Yemen to the edge of famine. There are 8 million people in the country suffering from severe hunger, and intensifying violence could bring this number to 12 million. WFP’s Yemen Country Director, Stephen Anderson, talks about his experience on the ground in Yemen. He shares the stories of Yemenis struggling to feed ...…
 
This week I talk to David, Rohan and Max of Ploughshare about recording an album without the pressures of a studio and their themes of waste and expurgation. • 10:20 Ploughshare The songs played during this episode were: • 37:05 The Urinary Chalice Held Aloft• 1:14:55 Salvific Putridity Bestowed I also discussed the article in Loudwire about th ...…
 
World Food Day - There is enough food to feed the entire population. Yet there are 821 million people in the world who are hungry. Achieving Zero Hunger means meeting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) to ensure food security for everyone across the globe. So how can we achieve Zero Hunger by 2030? For this year's World Food ...…
 
The discourse around migration is often framed negatively while the positive aspects are overlooked. A new report by the Food and Agriculture Organization, FAO, shows that migration can in fact be highly beneficial to rural development and the agriculture sector. Andrea Cattaneo is the lead author of the State of Food and Agriculture report and ...…
 
This week I talk to Bianca and Callum of Tasmanian atmospheric black metal band Moon Dweller about their debut album, Meridian, and it's interesting development. 8:00 Moon Dweller The songs played during this episode were: 31:40 Ex Nihilo56:55 Empyrean Flux I also discussed the article in No Clean Singing about the death of genres. Recommendati ...…
 
This week I interview Canadian eclectic metal girl April Hutchins about her new trilogy of Anna Pest EP's and the final release from her band Mellevon. 6:05 Anna Pest37:25 Mellevon The songs played during this episode were: 13:45 RotWomb (from A Fortress of Flesh)28:50 Making the Same Fucking Mistake for the Sixth Time on a Thursday Night (from ...…
 
This week I interview Perth doomgaze band Skullcave about their new album, FEAR, the themes of mental health that permeate the release and the album launch show. 7:05 Skullcave The songs played during this episode were both from their album FEAR 27:15 Next Earth54:45 Forgiving I also talk a little bit about my background and how that will shape ...…
 
In this inaugural episode of Australian Hunger, I have some very special interviews recorded live at Negfest last week. 4:27 Convulsing, where we discuss his latest album Greivous and his very first live show41:07 Omahara, where we talk about the unique way they approach their music and their new material1:01:10 Lachlan Dale, owner of the label ...…
 
With so many hungry and malnourished people across the globe, there’s a growing need to transform our food systems to become more nutritious, more equitable and more sustainable. But how do we do this? FAO asks Dr Lawrence Haddad, World Food Prize Laureate (2018) and Executive Director of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), where ...…
 
A podcast for heavy music interviews from the howling winds of the south of the world.
 
One in nine people worldwide, or 821 million people, are hungry - according to a joint report by United Nations agencies FAO, IFAD, UNICEF, WFP and WHO. The annual report shows that hunger has been on the rise for the past three years, returning to levels from almost a decade ago. The reversal in progress sends a clear warning that more must be ...…
 
Africa has the youngest population in the world, with 60 percent of the population under the age of 25. Many young Africans are unemployed and are increasingly migrating away from rural areas in search of employment. Tens of millions of new jobs each year will have to be created in rural Africa just to include the new entrants into the labor ma ...…
 
South Sudan is facing unprecedented levels of food insecurity. The civil conflict has left four million people displaced. Despite a peace agreement being signed, fighting continues to disrupt lives and access to food. Some six million people in South Sudan are severely food insecure. Phillip Fong is an Emergency and Rehabilitation Officer at th ...…
 
There are 185 million indigenous women worldwide. They are fisherwomen, pastoralists, hunter-gatherers and defenders of their lands and natural resources. Despite their economic and social contribution, indigenous women are often excluded from decision-making processes. Their work is often undervalued and unpaid, and their rights are not always ...…
 
Drought, flooding, and conflict in countries already affected by crisis threaten to put millions of people at risk of acute hunger, according the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). The UN agency says it has received less than 30 percent of the funding needed to avert further deterioration of food security in some of the most neglected cri ...…
 
3.3 million Syrians have fled across the border into Turkey as a result of the Syrian crisis. For the past year, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization(FAO) has been working with government and partners to develop agricultural training programs for Syrian refugees. In this edition of TZH, we hear from Ahmed Ekzayez, an agronomist ...…
 
For around 60 years, antibiotics and other antimicrobial drugs have been used to treat and prevent diseases in livestock, aquaculture and crop production, and to make food production generally more efficient. But their overuse and misuse is causing antimicrobial resistance. So how widespread is the problem? And what can be done to stop it? Juan ...…
 
09 July 2018 --- Globally, we’re eating more fish than ever before and that’s set to increase as we head towards a population of 10 billion people by 2050. Fishing is big business and overfishing is threatening our fish supplies. But does this mean we’re approaching a fish limit? Manuel Barange, director of the Fisheries and Aquaculture at the ...…
 
6 July 2018 --- Forests are essential to life on earth: they supply us with the clean air we breathe and regulate our climate. But they also offer so much more. Eva Muller, director of Forestry Policy and Resources at FAO, talks about the state of the world's forests, their hidden value and why we need to protect them. Interview: Charlotta Loma ...…
 
27 June 2018--- Fall Armyworm is spreading quickly across sub-Saharan Africa, devastating crops and farmer’s livelihoods. Experts fear the pest could eventually spread to the Middle East and Europe. But a new mobile phone app ‘Nuru’, which uses machine learning and artificial intelligence, offers some hope in tackling the pest problem. Allan Hr ...…
 
In her final episode as host, M.J. Altman turns the mic over to three women in Guatemala, Chad and Jordan who share their own stories in their own languages as part of a unique project from the U.N. World Food Programme known as Storytellers.
 
There are 68.5 million refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced people worldwide, 80 percent of whom rely on woodfuel for cooking and heating. In areas hosting displaced populations, often with scant resources of their own, this reliance on woodfuel is the main driver of forest degradation and deforestation in displacement settings. So ...…
 
The Sahel of Africa has always been an unforgiving landscape, but now families in the region are facing two growing threats at the same time: Climate change and conflict. Boko Haram’s campaign of terror has displaced thousands of people as farmers and pastoralists clash over access to shrinking land. M.J. takes you to Niger, a country in the Sa ...…
 
This episode will be mostly about your favourite rugby team how they are preparing for the big World Cup in San Fransisco.
 
YouTube, one of the most valuable companies. Could it spend its money differently, and end world hunger? Also, just a correction: in the video, I say chicken breast is $4, but I meant to say $5.
 
Diko Amariah has been on both sides of humanitarian aid, first as a child refugee and now as an aid worker in South Sudan, where five years of conflict have pushed millions of people—especially women and girls—to the brink of famine. M.J. talks to Diko about delivering emergency supplies in one of the world's most dangerous conflict zones and h ...…
 
Escalating violence in Eastern Ghouta has dominated recent news coverage of the conflict in Syria as humanitarians struggle to reach families trapped without food. Jakob Kern has witnessed the turmoil firsthand as head of the U.N. World Food Programme’s operation in Damascus for the last two years. As the conflict enters its 8th year, hear what ...…
 
When violence in Myanmar sparked a mass exodus last August, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya fled for the border. Today, the Kutupalong camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh has become the world’s largest refugee camp, hosting more than 1 million people. M.J. talks to one aid worker who’s been on the ground since the beginning of the crisis—and hear ...…
 
When a historic drought struck Mozambique last year, the nation’s farmers found themselves plunged into hunger. So how did the U.N. World Food Programme help pull the country back from the brink? On the last of a two-part series, M.J. shares five voices in Mozambique—a farmer, an aid worker, a teacher, a student and a father—who found themselve ...…
 
A year ago, Mozambique was on the brink of disaster. Successive droughts meant the country’s farmers had almost nothing to harvest—or feed their families. In the first in a two-part series, M.J. takes you to the country’s urban streets and rural farms, introducing you to five Mozambicans who recount how their lives intertwined with a historic h ...…
 
Good nutrition helped Natalie Coughlin earn the most Olympic medals of any female swimmer in U.S. history. But a recent trip to Uganda with World Food Program USA — where she met farmers, elementary students and refugees from South Sudan — transformed her perspective on nutrition and food. M.J. talks to Natalie about her journey of discovery an ...…
 
In this episode we take you to Colombia. We’ll explore how farming and land rights are tied into the country’s quest for sustainable peace after 52 years of civil strife. You’ll hear from the people of Morroa, a community in the district of Sucre. This district is one of five areas in Northern Colombia that have been part of a rural development ...…
 
Republicans and Democrats don’t agree on much these days, but hunger has always been different. For decades, Congress and the White House have worked together to feed families around the world. M.J. talks to former Senator Tom Daschle about why this American legacy must endure — even as war, climate change and four looming famines threaten mill ...…
 
In many parts of sub-Saharan Africa, farmers can expect to lose nearly half of their harvest before it even leaves the farm. M.J. talks to the World Food Programme’s Brett Rierson about why — and how “tupperware for crops” could change the way the world’s small-scale farmers do business.
 
In this episode we are visiting the community of Engarasero, near the border or Kenya and Tanzania. For centuries, semi-nomadic Maasai tribes of East Africa have migrated and herded their cattle through the majestic lands of southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. On the northern Tanzanian side, which we will focus on in this podcast, are million ...…
 
As conflict rages in neighboring South Sudan, Uganda’s leaders -- many of them former refugees themselves -- are welcoming thousands of people seeking refuge from the violence with food and opportunity. M.J. talks to WFP USA’s Erin Cochran about her recent trip to Uganda and how aid workers responded when an entire village in South Sudan fled f ...…
 
Around the world, 3 billion people lack access to clean fuels and technologies for cooking. In Africa, charcoal production has doubled in the past two decades and demand is likely to keep growing as more people move to urban centres. It is cleaner and easier to use than firewood, and is often cheaper and more readily available than gas or elect ...…
 
In this episode, we asked FAO expert Christiane Monsieur to document her trip to a handful of villages in Niger. These villages organize Dimitra Clubs. In communities all throughout Niger, there’s been a quiet revolution going on through these clubs. Its protagonists are tens of thousands-strong. They organize in local groups of women, men and ...…
 
The Capitol stole our airwaves on March 23 when this show was supposed to happen, so let's come back with more fire and more bread than ever before! Monday, March 27
 
Famine paints an unspeakable picture: Families desperate for food, children dying of hunger, an urgent need for life-saving aid. The recent declaration of famine in South Sudan reveals the tragic consequences of war—and how the gradual collapse of a country can drive people into starvation. M.J. talks to Rose Ogola, a World Vision staffer in So ...…
 
They key is you must be the one to take back your life from these limiting behaviours. Until you say yes, it controls you, and gives you all the excuses to keep on doing what you are doing. And yes, it can kill you. It certainly diminishes the quality of your life's experiences. For me feeding the self, is about “feeling” the self and knowing w ...…
 
We've covered the problems, we've talked about the issues, we've dealt with the foods, we've looked at motivation and how easy it is to self-sabotage your efforts. Today, we look at the long term recovery strategy and how we can implement it. Starting Right Here, Right Now. This is not about anyone else but you. It's a choice, a choice you make ...…
 
How do you keep on keeping on, when you get overwhelmed? Feel anxious, upset, or someone says something to you, and it just sets off all those old triggers? Tune into this weeks show and we'll be talking about how to stay the path, how to shop for yourself, planning meals, sleep and getting the body functions back on track too. It's all critica ...…
 
Dedicating to the families that have lost loved ones to an eating disorder from around the world, our hearts are with you. Eating Disorders continue to hold the highest mortality rates of any of the psychological disorders - in fact 20% higher than all others. Today family members are here sharing their grief, their loss and how they are coping ...…
 
Lovebirds Poonam Kaushal and Nishkaam Mehta are getting hitched this Valentine’s Day. Instead of throwing a big wedding, they teamed up with friends, family and perfect strangers to create an unconventional wedding gift using the world’s first hunger-fighting smartphone app. As they prepare to tie the knot in four days, M.J. talks to Poonam and ...…
 
This week is International Eating Disorders Awareness Week, and programs and organizations are reaching out into the communities to help increase awareness of Eating Disorders. EDAC, NEDIC are just two of many. Gurze Books.com offers all kinds of helpful books and tools - all of these groups encourage healthy resources to help you. Tosca Reno h ...…
 
Peter Tongue is adept in the work of deeper spirituality and the evolution of the soul's work. A deeply compassionate and caring individual, his interviewing skills brought to light many who have embraced their path of examining the deeper aspects of the soul's journey. His recent work with the Gene Keys examines f our Soul's work, embracing th ...…
 
Season 1 of Hacking Hunger was an experiment that uncovered moments of joy, heartache and the unexpected. M.J. takes a look back at a few of her favorite interviews from Season 1 and shares what’s in store for Season 2 -- and what you can do to help her find hidden, human stories about food on the front lines of hunger.…
 
In this episode, we explore the relationship between peace and food security. For today’s story, we gave FAO communications officer Karina Coates a recorder to tape her visits to two FAO projects in retaken areas of Iraq. We asked her to help us better understand the impacts conflict in the region has had on agriculture and how FAO is helping f ...…
 
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