Best Libraries podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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The Bodleian Libraries at the University of Oxford is the largest university library system in the United Kingdom. It includes the principal University library - the Bodleian Library - which has been a legal deposit library for 400 years; as well as 28 other libraries across Oxford including major research libraries and faculty, department and institute libraries. Together, the Libraries hold more than 12 million printed items, over 80,000 e-journals and outstanding special collections inclu ...
News and Events from the University of Minnesota Libraries
The City of Marion Libraries podcast is a show about bringing you the latest ideas, authors and events happening in our community and beyond. And books. We love to talk about books.
Join the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary's librarians as we discuss resources, books, SWBTS history and much more with faculty and students.
More than just a place to keep books, libraries are places that change lives by offering access to information, technology, community spaces, and real live people to help you navigate. We talk to the people who use libraries, work in libraries, and know stuff about libraries. We look at trends and history and the good things that libraries do to make their communities better.
New Ways To Dream®
We are a book group podcast, looking at a new genre each week. We enjoy a beverage that matches the theme of the episode, we talk about some books we like with our Guest Hosts, and we share resources for finding more books. We work in a library system, and many of our guests work in libraries - so we have a lot of fun books to share! Grab a beverage, and let's start talking about books!
The Authority File is a weekly program featuring in-depth conversations about contemporary trends, best practices, and case studies important to the academic community. Hosted by Bill Mickey, the Editorial Director at Choice, the show spotlights authors, publishers, librarians, researchers and other higher education luminaries.
Speaker Series from the University of Minnesota Friends of the Libraries
Audio recordings from the Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Libraries. These include teen book discussions, library performances, oral histories from local immigrants and the history of the library from some of its founders.
Check It Out!
A podcast from Sno-Isle Libraries for lifelong learners with inquiring minds. Check It Out! introduces the amazing people who work at, use and collaborate with the library district – and all of the services it offers to residents of Washington State’s Snohomish and Island counties.
Check It Out!
A podcast from Sno-Isle Libraries for lifelong learners with inquiring minds. Check It Out! introduces the amazing people who work at, use and collaborate with the library district – and all of the services it offers to residents of Washington State’s Snohomish and Island counties.
Library Matters
Library Matters is a podcast by Montgomery County Public Libraries exploring the world of books, libraries, technology, and learning.
Metric is a #libux podcast about design and user experience - not-specifically but often about libraries and the higher-ed web. Guests join award-winning hosts Michael and Amanda to talk shop. We're super chatty, highly expert :).
GLAM Research
Profiling the latest in galleries, libraries, archives and museums research.
Interlibrary celebrates the good work being done by libraries all around the world. Each episode focuses on a different country with several interviews that feature personal stories of libraries making a big difference in people's lives.
Circulating Ideas
the librarian interview podcast
A pop culture podcast hosted by a nerdy librarian featuring news on films, television, books, true crime, and libraries.
Short Cuts
Short documentaries and adventures in sound presented by Josie Long
KFOR Art Link
Picture the arts in Lincoln, NE
The Library Leadership Podcast features real library leaders discussing the most important issues in libraries today. We hope it becomes a resource for everyone navigating the fast-paced world of information service provision. Adriane Herrick Juarez is the Executive Director of the Park City Library in Utah. She believes library leadership is an ever-evolving practice that is enhanced through thought-provoking conversations and the sharing of ideas.
Join husband Travis McElroy and wife Teresa McElroy every Friday and they'll improve your etiquette week by week! Perplexed by thank you notes? Baffled by black tie? Dismayed by dinner parties? Worry no more, Shmanners has your answers! Tune in every Friday on!
Root Simple
low tech home tech
An audio documentary series about books, reading, and language.
Beyond the Book
A series of recordings from the Copyright Clearance Center.
Interviews and stories about efforts of the MIT Libraries to help faculty and students retain their rights & increase the impact of research.
Down To Earth
Every fortnight Associate Professor Kurt Iveson of the University of Sydney joins FBi Mornings host, Eddy Diamond, to discuss urban environmental issues and the different ways we can make our cities fairer and more sustainable places. Mornings was hosted by Alex Pye until July 2018.
Conversations & ruminations on the shifts taking place in K-12 librarianship & libraries.
Host of the Patrick Lalley Show on KSOO in Sioux Falls, S.D. Weekdays from 3 to 5. Stream live on or through the Radio Pup app. @plalleyshow on Twitter. Email at
Library Talks
Feed your brain every Sunday with the best live conversations from The New York Public Library. An eclectic mix of voices and perspectives, Library Talks features your favorite writers and the ones you’ll love next. Hosted by NYPL live event programmer, Aidan Flax-Clark.
Hosting Religious Dialogue between Antiquity and Modernity
The InfoQ Podcast
Monthly+ is a trusted source of information for over 1,500,000 software developers worldwide. Over the last 10 years we have covered all the hottest topics from the industry, in early stages, to make sure that we fulfill our mission to drive innovation in professional software development. On top of news, articles, presentations and minibooks we’ve recently started this podcast series dedicated to software engineers. We’ve interviewed some of the top CTOs, engineers and technology directors ...
Short interviews with the people and organizations that make the Maryland STEM Festival such a success
Shelf Talk
All things library with two absolutely and completely qualified librarians, Melissa and Hannah.
40 plus year originally from Brooklyn New York and Still trying to figure out how to live in this world. Playing catch-up, you learn about the trials and tribulations of me as I see the world. Pop culture, world issues and even personal ones, no holds barred podcast. Become a supporter of this podcast:
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Awakin Call
Awakin Calls are weekly conversations that share insights and inspiration from various corners of the ServiceSpace ecosystem.
Book, Line, & Sinker
Podcast by Marble Falls Public Library
Podcast by Library OnConference
Mahuki is a business accelerator at the intersection of culture, business and innovation. What we refer to as culture-tech. We develop world-leading digital businesses for the Culture and Heritage sector, particularly Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums.
I have a lot of questions that need good answers. This is where I ask them.
Writer embedded with insurgent do-gooders in Baltimore | in-progress: @GoucherCNFMFA| supporter: @hackbmore @impacthubbalt | book reader & critic | tw: @andrewhazlett | web:
What the Edtech?!
Listen to the latest news, thought and guidance from Jisc - the UK's expert on digital technologies for education and research.
A podcast dedicated to discussing juvenile and young adult literature, both past and present, and youth library services.
Encyclopedia Brunch
Tim Dobbs and Kathryn Cogert like Big Ideas, Extreme Specifics, and Wild Connections.
The first podcast by C++ developers for C++ developers!
Discussions with artists, scientists, writers
CBC Radio's On The Go has now been on the air for 30 years, bringing Newfoundlanders and Labradorians stories from every nook, cranny and cove in the province.
Progressive politics and economics. Will covers political issues from around the world and Arliss does the same for financial news and monetary policy with special emphasis on modern monetary theory. Each week they are joined by a special guest for the interview. Both Will and Arliss are fond of carrots.
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Student, Josue Klauser talks with Dr. Craig Kubic and Jill Botticelli about his ministry and time at Southwestern
The group's Christmas Concert will be Thursday, December 13, featuring a Renaissance theme.
Michelle Dina Director of Education, discusses the Unmanned Safety Institute (USI) and their programs to train drone pilots remotely. USI works with educational institutions (currently two in Maryland) and commercial companies.Follow the Festival on Twitter @mdstemfest, Instagram @mdstem, Facebook @marylandstemfestival and on our website ...…
KFOR and Black Hills Energy are glad to provide a re-broadcast of the lighting of the 2018 State Christmas Tree. It took place Sunday, December 9, 2018, 2:00 P.M. at the State Capitol.
Be careful of the “hill”you wish to die on Become a supporter of this podcast:
The Association of Publishers in India considers books to be essential to India’s future – as resources for educational ambitions and as outlets for creative expression
Wayétu Moore's debut novel explores African diasporic identity through historical fiction and magical realism. In a conversation with Buzzfeed writer, Isaac Fitzgerald, Moore talks about the stories behind her new book "She Would Be King": the history of her native Liberia and the childhood stories her family used to tell her. Moore says, "I gr ...…
Phil Cass is a host, facilitator/trainer and consultant, a mentor and part-time college level instructor, a constant advocate for community, and a life-long student. For the past two decades, Dr. Cass has put into practice methods of leadership throughout his community of Columbus, Ohio that move beyond the hierarchical, "top-down" method of le ...…
The Lux Center For The Arts holds a First Friday Open House tonight (December 7) featuring a new exhibit, a holiday gift market, and its own top-to-bottom facelift.
To truly apologize is to change your behavior Become a supporter of this podcast:
This week on the New World Next Week: China’s baby gene-editing scientist goes missing; scientists call for national DNA registry to increase privacy; and company helps apartment owner find naughty dogs via DNA.
“Baker & Taylor is the primary supplier to public libraries in the U.S.—but the business here is B&T’s retail arm.”
Rob and Jason are joined by Denis Bakhvalov from Intel to discuss C++ performance analysis and optimization techniques. Denis is C++ developer with almost 10 years of experience. Denis started his journey as a developer of desktop applications, then moved to embedded and now he works at Intel, doing C++ compiler development. He enjoys writing t ...…
Kasha Patel , NASA Digital storyteller discusses her new role at NASA and as comedian with a science specialty. She talks about her path starting as a biology major to NASA and comedy. Follow the Festival on Twitter @mdstemfest, Instagram @mdstem, Facebook @marylandstemfestival and on our website You can e-mail you ...…
First Friday brings a good opportunity to see the newly renovated Lux Center For The Arts in University Place.
Music Librarian Jessica Abbazio recommends "American Music" by Annie Leibovitz as a book to give as a gift on this installment of Read This Book from the University of Minnesota Libraries. The post Thumbs up to ‘American Music’ appeared first on continuum | University of Minnesota Libraries.
Hello Internet! This week is all about SIDEWALKS! Enjoy and be sure to tell all your friends!
Derrick Broze of The Conscious Resistance joins us once again. This time we talk about the latest developments in the Jeffrey Epstein case, as well as Broze’s investigation into the decades-old story of The Finders and their links to child trafficking.
Book Bites are quick, five minute looks at a book from readers. Try a new book this week! Today’s book is from Connie: I Am Still Alive, by Kate Alice Marshall. Want to be a full book group member? Join us on Patreon! For as little as $1 a month, you can support the podcast as well as helping to keep Official Office Dog, Lady Grey, in treats. W ...…
In this episode, we profile the most famous American writer you probably never heard of--Edna Ferber. This episode is sponsored by: Penguin Random House Audio Penguin Random House Audio's Holiday Guide Books mentioned in this episode: So Big by Edna Ferber Ferber and Her Circle by Julie Gilbert Mood Indigo by Ed Ifkovic Other links: Annotated o ...…
Donna Hammer and Oluchi. Ofoha discuss the many outreach programs run by the University of Maryland Department of Physics. The programs incudes Physics is Phun and Summer Camps. Follow the Festival on Twitter @mdstemfest, Instagram @mdstem, Facebook @marylandstemfestival and on our website You can e-mail your thoug ...…
A single set of laws is about to replace the patchwork of regulations that govern ambulance services. We speak with the Health Minister and a private ambulance operator.
There are 11 Federally-recognized tribal nations in Wisconsin, many of which have a library located within the borders of their reservation. Kymberley Pelky, a library staff member at the Oneida Community Library, creates all-ages programing and helps to write federal grants. She talks about some of the programs the library hosts for people bot ...…
Extra performances have been added because of higher than expected attendance so far.
Peter Wharton from Happy Robotz discuss the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) and their outreach efforts. He talks about their Media Forward events including the Montgomery College event that was part of the Festival. Follow the Festival on Twitter @mdstemfest, Instagram @mdstem, Facebook @marylandstemfestival and on ou ...…
Alpha Media Station KIBZ (104-1 The Blaze) is holding its special KAMPOUT FOR KIDS this coming weekend. Details here.
Navigating the technological nightmare of the afterlife, the feeling of weightlessness during a late night drive and finding yourself adrift at sea - Josie Long presents short documentaries and mini works of fiction about finding yourself untethered to the world around you.Please Hold (Extract)Originally made for the podcast 'Imaginary Advice'. ...…
Summary: Musician and Twinbrook Branch Manager Eric Carzon talks with host David Payne about the Library of Things Music, the new instrument lending program at Twinbrook Library, as well as MCPL's many other music related resources and programs. Recording Date: November 7, 2018 Guest: Eric Carzon, Branch Manager at Twinbrook Library Host: David ...…
Steve chats with Danielle Borasky, Vice President of NoveList, about her path to librarianship, the differences between working at a vendor vs. working in a library, the importance of books and reading, and some powerful features in NoveList. As Vice President of NoveList, Danielle Borasky leads a team working to help readers find their next fa ...…
It's here! #NLReads is an exciting event pitching four locally-authored books against each other, defended by an all-star cast of local literati! And what's more, all four books are publicly accessible online for the duration of the competition! Learn all about it -- and other upcoming library events and activities -- in the latest Beyond Books ...…
In this episode of Beyond Books, originally aired November 5, 2018, hosts Leigha and Hans re-cap the record-breaking library book sale fundraiser, and review some of the exciting upcoming programs and events at the St. John's Public Libraries!
The British government soon recognized that control of the economy was not enough; the war at home meant control of information itself. At the outbreak of war, they set up the War Propaganda Bureau at Wellington House. The bureau’s initial purpose was to persuade America to enter the war, but that mandate soon expanded to shape and mold public ...…
Book Bites are quick, five minute looks at a book from readers. Try a new book this week! Today’s book is from Beth:Lethal White, by Robert Galbraith. Want to be a full book group member? Join us on Patreon! For as little as $1 a month, you can support the podcast as well as helping to keep Official Office Dog, Lady Grey, in treats. We also hav ...…
Saying your nice means nothing. Actions will always speak louder Become a supporter of this podcast:
Natalie, Lane, Children’s Librarian, discusses STEM activities in the Kent County Library System. She talks about their successful STEMWorks Event which include many local organizations such as 4-H and the Judy Center. Follow the Festival on Twitter @mdstemfest, Instagram @mdstem, Facebook @marylandstemfestival and on our website www.marylandst ...…
Richard Grove of joins The Corbett Report to discuss his research into the Rothschild dynasty and how it intersects with the story of WWI.
Kurt and Eddy chat with Aisheeya Huq and Vivienne Paduch - a couple of the organisers of School Strike 4 Climate Action.
In his seventh collection of essays, The Patch, master non-fiction writer John McPhee shares a montage of stories and reflections that range from a visit to the Hershey chocolate factory to encounters with Oscar Hammerstein, Joan Baez, and Mount Denali. Calling on his signature devotion to structure, McPhee has winnowed this body of work to pre ...…
Hello internet! This week we discuss Amy Vanderbilt! Enjoy and be sure to tell a friend!
In the first two parts of this series we have seen how the WWI conspiracy came to be. But more important by far is the question of why it happened. For what purpose was such carnage released upon the world? What did the First World War mean? Discover the hard truth about the First World War this week on The Corbett Report as we conclude The WWI ...…
“Ignorance just means you don’t know that there is a way out of your suffering.” At once a lawyer, life coach, yoga teacher, and mother, Denise Bonnaig has been force of transformation in the lives of many. As a founding member of the boutique law firm Bonnaig & Associates, Bonnaig has been working to give voice to the voiceless in the contexts ...…
On today’s podcast, Wes Reisz talks with Jason Maude of Starling Bank. Starling Bank is a relatively new startup in the United Kingdom working in the banking sector. The two discuss the architecture, technology choices, and design processes used at Starling. In addition, Maude goes into some of the realities of building in the cloud, working wi ...…
The Lincoln Irish Dancers have scheduled their annual Community Festival for the night of Sunday, March 10, 2019, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Havelock. A go-fund-me account has been set up to help with up-front expenses of the event.
Maggie Gillis speaks with Greg Hussey about his efforts to help put new roofs on homes in Puerto Rico.
How would you describe your relationship with the person to whom you report? If yours is top-down, you may be at risk for feeling powerless, disengaged, and ultimately ineffective. We all have someone we report to. On today’s show you will get insights into their behaviors, needs, and expectations - and gain concrete actions to positively influ ...…
This week on the New World Next Week: the Pentagon fails its audit of the missing trillions; 9/11 truth to get a grand jury; and emergency alerts hit Canada.
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