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Marine Mammal Science is a podcast covering some of the latest scientific research on marine mammals – whales and dolphins, polar bears, seals and sea lions, manatees and dugongs, and sea otters. The podcast is produced by Speak Up For Blue Media on behalf of the Society for Marine Mammalogy and the journal Marine Mammal Science. The host is Dr. Chris Parsons.
 
What if the government actually did cover something up in Roswell? What if yetis exist and are just really shy? What if super-intelligent lizards are wearing human skin suits, influencing international affairs and recording podcasts? Conspiracy theories are cool because they appeal to our evolved logical human brains and our stupid mammal idiot brains. So join comedian and skeptic Katelyn Hempstead as her brilliant friends try to convince her of these and many other conspiracy theories.
 
Do you wonder what stimulates your happy brain chemicals- dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin, endorphin? Answer your questions with these lively conversations between Loretta Breuning and real readers of her book, Habits of a Happy Brain: Retrain your brain to boost your serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin and endorphin levels. Still have more questions? Read the book and be a guest on the show yourself! Contact Dr. Breuning and learn more about her work at the Inner Mammal Institute at: InnerMammalIns ...
 
Video podcasts about Antarctica Weddell seals, and the work of the ecologists based at Montana State University who study these magnificent animals. This is one of the longest running population studies ever of a long-lived mammal, and involves the southernmost mammal on our planet. More information on this Weddell seal research work available at WeddellSealScience.com.
 
Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
Jonathan responds to your texts and tweets, is joined in studio for all the latest science stories for Newsround and speaks to one of our two guests featured on the show. Listen and subscribe to Futureproof with Johnathan McCrea on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
 
Basic Folk is a podcast with honest conversations between musicians and Cindy Howes, a well-versed public radio host and music curator, and guest host Lizzie No, a talented singer/songwriter. Basic Folk approaches interviews with warmth, humor and insightful questions. This podcast fosters the folk community and showcases a genre that is often misunderstood. Basic Folk features complex conversations about the human experience witnessed from an artistic angle. Our definition of “folk” is extr ...
 
A well off English bachelor receives a legacy from his uncle. This includes the uncle's very large library and a box containing something that used to belong to his uncle. The box has air holes in it. It is not a rat or other small mammal for his collection, but it is something still alive; something very malevolent and something very evil. - Summary by Phil chenevert
 
Coastline is a call-in variety news hour. Every week, we’ll look into issues that matter in the Cape Fear Region. Host Rachel Lewis Hilburn will interview expert guests and invite you to join the conversation. Tell us what topics you would like discussed on CoastLine. Email thoughts and suggestions to coastline@whqr.org.
 
Welcome to Radio Free Rescue, a weekly call-in radio show featuring interviews and discussions about animal rights, protection and defense. We currently broadcast from Dallas, Texas, every Monday evening at 8:00 pm U.S. Central Time. Most of our shows are live, although on occasion we'll have a pre-recorded show to accommodate our guests' schedules. Feel free to download previous shows' podcasts from our page so that you can listen anytime!
 
This Ocean Life Podcast. 130+ episodes. Weekly podcast series capturing the stories and perspectives of people around the world who have based their lives on the ocean. Fishing, free diving, art, music, surfing, paddling, spearfishing, conservation, sailing, anything in the ocean... Hosted by Josh Pederson, from Santa Cruz, California, USA.
 
A Walk on the Wild Side is a podcast designed to educate veterinary professionals and other animal lovers on all things wildlife, zoo, and exotics. Tune in as host Kyle Kansman, veterinary student at Michigan State University, interviews veterinary professionals and other experts in the zoo, exotic, and wildlife field. Also enjoy listening to the podcast's special segment "The Couch Conversations", where Kyle is joined by best friend and classmate, Maddie Chilcote, as they dissect the topics ...
 
Peter Rabbit goes to school, with Mother Nature as his teacher. In this zoology book for children, Thornton W. Burgess describes the mammals of North America in the form of an entertaining story, including plenty of detail but omitting long scientific names. There is an emphasis on conservation. (Summary by Laurie Anne Walden)
 
Do you think horses were God's mistake? Do you think we should get rid of all of our bones? Or do you think that crabs are just spiders in armor. Well, welcome to the people who understand you! In a world of terrorism, transphobia and Trump we're straying far away from the political and diving headfirst into the stupid. Each week I'll be joined by a guest comedian as they try and convince me of what they believe that no one else seems to. Sit back, relax and enjoy the silly.
 
Intimate stories and surprising truths about nature, science and the human experience in a podcast the size of the planet. Each week the BBC Earth podcast brings you a collection of immersive stories about our world and the astonishing creatures, landscapes and elements in it. Close your eyes and open your ears as you travel from the impenetrable forests of Uganda to research bases in the Antarctic; the edges of the Thar Desert to the Shores of Lake Tahoe. You’ll get up close and personal wi ...
 
How to Raise a Maverick is a daily parenting podcast that supports and inspires the movement to parent kids that know how to work, have grit, show empathy. Emily Gaudreau interviews the top independent thinkers, entrepreneurial parents, and family experts. How to Raise a Maverick is for anyone with kids in their life that wants to see them grow into happy, resilient people that work their butts off and do the right thing. This Podcast was created for YOU, if you’re co-parenting, a single par ...
 
NOTE: The MP3 files used by this podcast appear to be missing. They may have been removed permanently from their source location. Last Chance to See is a 1989 BBC radio documentary series and its accompanying book, written and presented by Douglas Adams and Mark Carwardine. In the series, Adams and Carwardine travel to various locations in the hope of encountering species on the brink of extinction. Carwardine was reported to have said: "We put a big map of the world on a wall, Douglas stuck ...
 
GulfCast: The “Dispatches from the Gulf” Podcast ********************************* On April 20, 2010 the Deepwater Horizon disaster changed the lives of millions living near the Gulf of Mexico – as well as the scientists who responded to the crisis. These are some of their stories... intimate portraits of research – innovation – discovery. ********************************* ********************************* “Dispatches from the Gulf” is a multimedia initiative that investigates the environmen ...
 
The weekly panel discussion show where everyone is drunk and nobody knows what they're talking about, providing a less sober perspective on any and all topics, from politics to pop culture. Hosted by RJ White, featuring Shek Baker, Andrew Lin, Stephen Levinson, Olivia Todd and occasional guest panelists.
 
Midnight Lightning with Laura Veirs is a podcast about the lives of working musicians who are also parents. Laura and her guests explore the challenges and rewards of juggling a family life with a career in music. The show features musicians from diverse backgrounds, genres and parenting experiences. Laura hopes her podcast will build community among musician parents and give hope to musicians who are considering becoming parents. The first season features interviews with 14 mothers. Episode ...
 
Armed with Science: Research and Applications for the Modern Military is a weekly webcast that discusses the importance of science and technology to military operations and the Department of Defense. We interview scientists, administrators, and operators to inform our listeners about cutting-edge scientific research and development sponsored by various defense offices. Tweet questions to @ArmedwScience and get SCIENCED!
 
Hosted by celebrity interviewer and activist, Jennifer Peterson, And Justice For Animals podcast is a fun, truthful and often provocative conversation with world-renowned animal welfare experts which gives listeners tangible takeaways on what can be done each day to make the world a better place. If you love animals, fun conversation and care about the planet, this is the podcast for you!
 
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The gang discusses two examples where extinction may have been very important in directing the evolution of mammals through time. The first paper looks at the impact of other mammals groups on the morphology of earlier therians, and the second paper looks at how extinction could explain some of the patterns observed in the Great American Interchang…
 
The sheer scale and diversity of life on this planet is absolutely staggering.From the smallest micro-organisms to the largest animals, life always seems to find a way to adapt in order to give it the best chance of surviving.And the way we, or other creatures, come into this world is just one example of this.While most of the animal kingdom lays e…
 
Denison Witmer's music is gentle and kind, he's a skilled woodworker, an avid birdwatcher and until 2020 hadn't made a record for 7 years. Growing up in Lancaster, Denison was lucky enough to get some guitar lessons from Don Peris of The Innocence Mission, a well loved indie-folk band. This led to one of many lasting relationships in music as Don w…
 
Hari Kondabolu does make people laugh. But he also makes people think. He’s caught the attention of NPR and done interviews on Morning Edition and All Things Considered. He’s a panelist on Wait Wait... Don’t Tell Me!, and in 2014, The New York Times described him as “one of the most exciting political comics in stand-up today.”…
 
Wasps!? Don’t even THINK of skipping this one, my beautiful chickens. You’re about to change your outlook on the most maligned winged sky babies, and we are delighted that author, bug dude, and spheksologist Eric Eaton is about to change your mind and fill your heart with respect and appreciation. Hunker down for fig critters, bejeweled zombie quee…
 
On this week's Futureproof with Jonathan McCrea he looks at Self Assembling Structures with Skylar Tibbits the Co-Director and Founder of the Self-Assembly Lab housed at MIT's International Design Centre.Also on the show, Jonathan is joined by Dr Shane Bergin of UCD and Dr Susan Kelleher of DCU, to look at the science news stories of the week.Liste…
 
We come across all kinds of people in our day-to-day lives.Most, in our experience, are pretty good people - but some can be tricky, evasive, blunt, secretive, rude or even downright awful.So where do all of these personalities actually come from? And what if we want to change? Is that even possible?Dr Christian Jarrett, cognitive neuroscientist, D…
 
Sunny War goes through her new album Simple Syrup track by track on the pod! Talking to Sunny is an absolute trip: she has lived through incredible trauma and addiction, but approaches life with a sharp sense of humor. This is all coming through on the new record, which was recorded in her usual spot in Venice Beach with producer Harlan Steinberger…
 
Employers are having such a hard time finding warm bodies to show up for work they’re more eager than ever to make jobs appealing and train workers for positions they might not have previously even considered them for.By Rachel Lewis Hilburn
 
Lifted restrictions! Discarded masks! Vaxxing & relaxing! Parties. Variant confusion. FOMO while also dreading events. Worry about strangers. Grief for a cancelled year. WHAT’S HAPPENING HERE? We’ve got you covered. As infection rates go down and restrictions lift in the U.S., you may feel: relieved, overjoyed, nude without a mask, guilty about sur…
 
Constructional Aggression Treatment, also known as CAT, first debuted in the animal training community in 2007 when Kellie Snider made the procedure the focus of her thesis. Since then it has been fine tuned, practiced, applied and successfully replicated countless of times with a wide variety of species. Kellie and I discuss what inspired her stud…
 
On this week's Futureproof with Jonathan McCrea he looks at the science and history of hypothermia with Philip Jaekl - Cognitive Neuroscientist, science writer and author of ‘Out Cold: A Chilling Descent Into the Macabre, Controversial, Lifesaving History of Hypothermia’ Also on the show Jonathan is joined by Dr Lara Dungan and Dr Shane Bergin of U…
 
In this week’s episode master student Anna Costanza comes on the show to talk to Dr. Ashley Scarlett about her study on the bycatch of humpback whales in Peru, and how art is an incredible way to tell stakeholders’ stories. Bio: As an Illinoian born and bred, her younger self would pretend Lake Michigan was an ocean. After earning a B.S. in Environ…
 
It's 1934, the middle of the Great Depression in America. The federal government sends hundreds of jobless World War I veterans to the Florida Keys for a work program. On its face, it's a great idea – pay these men to build a highway between Miami and Key West as part of a New Deal construction project. The men have jobs live in a mild climate and …
 
Bowerbirds have been off the radar musically since 2012's The Clearing. Lots has changed for the B-Birds, which now centers solely around Phil Moore since his bandmate and former partner Beth Tacular has left to concentrate on her own artwork. 2021 sees a new Bowerbirds album, becalmyounglovers, and a new version of Phil himself. He writes to his f…
 
Human-sucking mud holes. Beautiful birdsongs. Early mornings. Eyeball gnats. Stunning vistas. The long-awaited episode with ornithologist Corina Newsome is finally here and we talk all about the day-to-day-realities of being a Wildlife Ecologist. She dishes about working in zoos, getting her masters, housing for grad students, nest checking, birdin…
 
The gang discusses two papers about unique adaptations in the fossil record, the first is a paper about pterosaurs that have opposable thumbs and the second paper talks about burrowing synapsids. Meanwhile, Discord is silencing James, Amanda fact checks, and Curt messes everything up…. like EVERYTHING. Up-Goer Five (Amanda Edition): Today our frien…
 
On this week's Futureproof with Jonathan McCrea he asks 'What The Hell Are Vitamins Anyway? ' with Catherine Price - Science writer and author of How to Break Up With Your Phone & Vitamania. Also on the show Jonathan is joined by Shane Bergin - Physicist & Assistant Prof in science education at UCD and Dr. Ruth Freeman from the Science Foundation I…
 
Out planet is in a delicate balance that is in danger of tipping over.A new documentary, narrated by David Attenborough called 'Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet' looks at the work of climate scientist Johan Rockström, who is trying to understand the various earth-systems that keep us in the 'goldilocks' zone - from C02, to fresh water…
 
In this week’s episode, Allison Payne will be talking to Dr. Ashley Scarlett about her Masters' thesis project on entanglement scars on humpback whales. More on Allison Payne: Allison Payne is a Master's student at San Francisco State University's Estuary and Ocean Science Center and part of the Cetacean Field Research Team at the Marine Mammal Cen…
 
Growing up, Oliver Wood thought he'd try the bass guitar, but after 6 months, he handed it to his younger brother Chris. That's right, *the* Chris Wood, virtuosic bassist of acclaimed Medeski Martin and Wood. Even at a young age, the brothers' styles were pretty clear. While Chris was getting intense about the bass, Oliver was meandering on the gui…
 
A bill moving through the North Carolina state legislature doesn’t name “Critical Race Theory”, but House Bill 324 states, in part, that public schools shall not promote the concept that an individual, solely by virtue of his or her race or sex, is inherently racist, sexist, or oppressive, whether consciously or unconsciously or that a person bears…
 
Dongs. Schlongs. Peters. Intromittent organs. Gamete cannons. Biologist, gonad researcher, and Phallologist Dr. Emily Willingham joins to chat about peckers big and small, plain and fancy, barbed, coiled, colossal, pickled, and efficient. Also on the agenda: how the pressures of masculinity affect self-image, what actually contributes to a partner’…
 
On this very special bonus episode, we're talking to the man who wrote 2,000+ songs about poop. You may remember Zac's "Songs about Illinois Cities and Towns" bit from a previous episode... which turned into us listening to poop songs written with our names... which turned into an incredible conversation behind those songs and so much more. Matt Fa…
 
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