Best Magpies podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Every week, Caroline Barker is joined by Sam Parkin and Adrian Clarke to take you through all the news from the Championship, League One and League Two
Join native Geordies Luke Benson, Fergus Craig and friends podcasting about the World's greatest football club in the North East!
BirdNote strives to transport listeners out of the daily grind and into the natural world with outstanding audio programming and online content. The stories we tell are rich in sound, imagery, and information, connecting the ways and needs of birds to the lives of listeners. We inspire people to listen, look, and exclaim, “Oh, that’s what that is!”
Stone Ape Podcast
Exploring the future through understanding the past a series of conversations on a variety of topics.
The finest interview/discussion show on music and musicians that mean a whole hell of a lot to certain people. Why we do what we do?, Rocker ennui, amusing anecdotes, and incredible rock music that does not forget to rock.
Podcast for Gooners scattered all over the world. Chatting about AFC news, views and varying opinions about the club we love. Hosted by Mornay & Aidan Feel free to drop us Questions or what other Features we can add to Show. Twitter : @totallyarsenal1Email:
98five's Morning Show, weekdays 9am - noon.
Newcastle Fans TV
We are Newcastle Fans TV. Everything about Newcastle here with daily videos about the club, from news, U23's, transfers previews, reviews, highlights & fan cams from the Toon Army. Our team of 8 people are passionate about our beloved club, come share our journey.
The only weekly and unsanctioned Collingwood Football Club podcast. Real, unscripted and independent supporter opinion. Available every Tuesday morning on your favourite podcast app
Newcastle United news from The Chronicle newspaper in Newcastle. See also our Facebook page for NUFC (
Amazon Book Club
Welcome to the Amazon Book Club! We're taking a stab at every free e-book on Amazon Prime one week at a time until it kills us or we kill each other. Tune in for tales of whimsy, tragedy, and heartbreak with just one underlying theme: it costs us nothing to read.
You have questions and A Moment of Science has answers. Short science videos and audio science podcasts provide the scientific story behind some of life\'s most perplexing mysteries. There\'s no need to be blinded by science. Explore it, have fun with it, but most of all learn from it. A Moment of Science is a production of WFIU Public Media from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
Karl and Katherine
Karl Bianco and Katherine Powell are two radio hosts who co-host Friday Drive every Friday between 4 - 6PM on 88.3 Southern FM. Plenty of laughter and quality banter is expected with two twenty something year-olds each and every week. Regular segments include the Word of the Day, How Far is Too Far, Kapow and Blankety Bayside - Bayside and greater bayside's favourite quiz show, Plus, we check in with friends of the show: Barry and Marge.
Get up with Cass & Bodge in the morning!
Jack the Giant-Killer, Tom Thumb, Goldilocks and The Three Bears, Henny Penny, Dick Whittington, The Three Little Pigs, Red Riding Hood and a host of immortal characters are found in this delightful collection of English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs. The book made its first appearance in 1890 and has remained a firm favorite with both young and old ever since. Fairy tales have traditionally emanated from France and Germany. The famous compilations by La Fontaine and the Brothers Grimm have o ...
Steve Sonius
Podcast by Steve Sonius
Studio Streamers
Studio Streamers is a variety podcast brought to you by Studio ARTES. Giving a voice to adults with disabilities on the north-side of Sydney!
This is a book of myths told by the Indians of North America to their children. They could be compared to present day Fairy Tales. (Summary by Kenneth Coon)
6 Points
Rob and Shaan (and ocassionally Declan) bring you all the action from every week of the AFL (Australian Football League) with a focussed, but light hearted approach to the worlds best sport. Regular segments include news, predictions and more. Follow us on the interwebs!Facebook: @6pointspodcast*DISCLAIMER*Murdoch University is the provider of resources and transmission facilities for the 6 Points Podcast. We would like to thank them for their continued su ...
Weekly brings you a guide to what’s worth seeing & doing in Oxfordshire. Oxcast tells you the best ways to spend your time in & around Oxford, UK. Gigs, theatre, films, festivals, food & reviews - if it’s in Oxford, it’s on Oxcast. Presented by a team from the best guide to living in or visiting Oxford.
podcasts for all things; ACT Brumbies, Canberra Raiders, GWS Giants.
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There are a dozen species of hanging-parrots — also known as bat parrots — in the tropical forests of southern Asia and Indonesia. Clad in bright greens, blues, and reds, they sleep —and sometimes bathe — upside down. No other birds sleep like this.By (Tune In to
A recent study indicates that reading fiction helps improve the brain's capacity for creativity.
Western Tanagers dart from tree to tree, on the lookout for delicious bugs. They’ll find them by scanning the tree bark — or maybe snatching them from mid-air during flight — a tactic called hawking.By (Tune In to
Sean McCormick and Chris Waugh discuss Newcastle's crunch match with Cardiff as the Magpies look to put their home woes behind them. Is this the biggest game of their season? Plus, what's the latest on transfers?
The Goblin, 2015 TG387, is a dwarf planet at the edge of our solar system.
We've all heard that the early bird gets the worm. But research shows that birds dining early and heavily may lower their life expectancy. Socially dominant birds stay lean (and agile at avoiding predators) during the day, and then stoke up later, before a cold night.By (Tune In to
- New resolutions for the year - Gillette campaign - Trending with Dean McCarthy - Cass' bird's experience - Red Weed on the MNC - Hit Review - Hit Fm's 5 in 10 - Seb Costllo gives an update on the Australian Open - Anita from BOM gives the heatwave outlook for the MNC
The discovery of a strange virus living in a hot, acidic lake may hold the answer to the evolution of DNA as today's most common genetic molecule.
Birds can be sleek, aerodynamic, and powerful — all in one package. Automakers picked up on this early: a cool bird name will sell cars. So far, more than twenty models of cars have been named for birds — some real, some mythical — and they go way back.By (Tune In to
Lee Ryder and Chris Waugh make sense of a thrilling game at Ewood Park that saw Newcastle progress to the FA Cup fourth round. Is that the boost they needed ahead of the weekend's crunch match against Cardiff? Or will a gruelling 120 minutes take their toll?
Spies at Derby, O'Neill at Forest, and Jones at Stoke. Just some of the things that have happened in an eventful week in the Football League. Caroline Barker, Adrian Clarke, Sam Parkin, and Joe Crilly are all here to inform you on what you should know from the last 7 days. Here's what to expect: RUNNING ORDER: PART 1a: Spygate and spy puns (01m ...…
Spies at Derby, O'Neill at Forest, and Jones at Stoke. Just some of the things that have happened in an eventful week in the Football League. Caroline Barker, Adrian Clarke, Sam Parkin, and Joe Crilly are all here to inform you on what you should know from the last 7 days. Here's what to expect: RUNNING ORDER: PART 1a: Spygate and spy puns (01m ...…
Modern human beings, Homo sapiens, and our closest relatives are called hominins.
For today’s bird walk, we’re going to need binoculars, sunscreen, hiking boots, annnnnd a time machine. Let’s set our course for the late Cretaceous Era, 65 million years ago. Stay alert!By (Tune In to
Paul Doolan is joined by Dave Watson and a very special guest. We discuss Rio Ferdinand and Richard Keys, we look back on our match against Chelsea, we look forward to Blackburn, and lots more. Newcastle Natter is backed for the season by Ladbrokes.Check out the latest offers and odds at ...…
Hello and welcome to the Everything Black and White. This week's episode sees Mark Douglas join Andrew Musgrove to discuss all things Newcastle United including Why Mark is confident Newcastle will spend this January The latest on Miguel Almiron How Sean Longstaff impressed against Chelsea Rio Ferdinand and Richard Key's silly comments What wen ...…
I've heard a lot about how antioxidants can help prevent disease. Does that mean that I should eat as much antioxidant rich foods as possible?
Have you ever seen a bird foraging in the rain and wondered why it isn't soaked to the bone? While every bird wears one feather coat, different kinds of feathers – and even different parts of the same feather – can perform various functions.By (Tune In to
This week we're reading "The Inverted Pyramid" by A.C. Fuller. We're back! Happy 2019, let's kick it off with another BANGER. We made some resolutions and it turns out "make the podcast better" wasn't one of them. New year, same us, get used to it.
A birder may have a target bird so elusive that the bird becomes a kind of "jinx bird." But there was a real bird by that name! The bird once called the "jynx" is known today as the Eurasian Wryneck. When a wryneck is threatened, it twists its head like a snake and hisses.By (Tune In to
Chris Waugh and Lee Ryder reflect on a positive performance at Stamford Bridge, although Newcastle's narrow defeat to Chelsea means the Magpies end the weekend in the bottom three. As owner Mike Ashley looked on, we ask whether the club are close to taking their first steps in the transfer window and assess the chances of a takeover being agree ...…
We discuss our away match at Blackpool in the FA Cup, we then do a short preview of our trip to the London Stadium to face, West Ham. Arsenal finances, in the limelight as well in the media and we touch on that matter. There is a possibility of a midweek podcast where we discuss the plans of our podcast which you, the listener, is helping us gr ...…
National Audubon's Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is birdy at any time of year. But in winter, this mixture of cypress swamp and pineland comes alive with migratory songbirds. On a warm, sunny morning, birds are active all around, from the tops of the tall cypresses to the shrubs along the boardwalk.By (Tune In to
In 2018, a team of American and Italian scientists published an important new discovery about the function of the lymphatic vessels around the brain.
The treeswifts of India, Southeast Asia, New Guinea, and beyond make their nests out of bits of plants and feathers and hold it all together with some very sticky saliva. A treeswift’s whole nest is but a tiny cup — just large enough to hold a single egg — stuck to a bare upright branch.By (Tune In to
Welcome to our weekend preview for Newcastle United's trip to Stamford Bridge. Chris Waugh and Andrew Musgrove preview the trip and look at how Rafa Benitez can upset the odds!
It's winter, and apples litter the ground. A few still hang, frozen and thawed again and again. Suddenly a flock of hundreds of birds rises from the ground beneath the trees, swarming in tight formation, wing-tip to wing-tip.By (Tune In to
Andrew Musgrove is joined by Chris Waugh from the Stadium of Light to look back on a disappointing night for Newcastle's Under 21s.
Stoke sack Rowett, Sheridan resigns from Carlisle, and Coughlan signs on at Rovers. It's all change in the EFL and Matt Davies-Adams, Adrian Clarke, Sam Parkin, and Joe Crilly are in to discuss it all. Expect lots of FA Cup chat, thoughts on what's going on at Bolton, and a shocking revelation from Adrian which proves you should never trust Wik ...…
An arctic plant of the late Pleistocene age, over 31,000 years old, is growing again after a long frozen sleep.
Happy New Year and welcome to the first Newcastle Natter of 2019!Paul Doolan is, as usual, joined by Dave Watson.We look back on our games over the festive season, discuss the madness that is Mike Ashley, and hope for less depressing times!Newcastle Natter is backed for the season by Ladbrokes.Check out the latest offers and odds at bet.newcast ...…
Sean McCormick and Chris Waugh discuss the woeful Blackburn game, latest on the takeover, transfers frustrations and tomorrow's Checkatrade Trophy derby
Chris Waugh, Lee Ryder and Mark Douglas get together after the Blackburn match to discuss another disappointing home result. Plus, what's the latest on Peter Kenyon's takeover of Newcastle?
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