The Maritime History Podcast is a chronological look at maritime history and its numerous facets. Beginning with ancient history, the podcast looks at trade, exploration, boat and ship-building, economics, and the relationship between the ocean and the development of society and culture throughout history. Learn more about the podcast at http://maritimehistorypodcast.com.
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Best Maritime podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Maritime podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
Updated August 2020
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Maritime Noon is a one-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers. Join host Bob Murphy weekdays from noon to 1 p.m.
The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who makes the world go around. This is where you meet the maritime professionals, strong characters with an interesting background.
The AMTI Podcast covers developments in the Asia-Pacific maritime domain, from land reclamation, to fisheries disputes.
A Free Audio Podcast For Gardening Enthusiasts
EXPERIENCE MARITIME MAINE celebrates the rich heritage, culture and dramatic natural beauty of Maine’s Coast. SALTS & WATER is a new 6-part podcast series by award-winning producer Rob Rosenthal for Experience Maritime Maine that takes you on a very unique journey on the Maine coasts of Eastport, Stonington, Searsport, Rockland, Bath, and Portland.
A podcast for Maritime outdoor enthusiasts
This is a collection of short stories of mystery and romance, set at sea, in the times of the great sea voyages.
A live weekly paintball podcast.
Radio Stingray is a monthly podcast brought to you by the Maritime Union of Australia Sydney Branch. It continues the legacy of generations of maritime workers communicating with each other using the latest platforms. The podcast is designed to be entertaining and informative with industrial rounds, reports by Officials and rank and filers, campaign updates, upcoming events, and special features. Bringing news and information from a working class perspective on matters important to workers i ...
In an ocean of entertainment, we chart our own course.
In episode 143 we meet Henrik Hvid Jensen, IT architect, Trustworks A/S, the expert in digitalised trade, who is one of the brains behind TradeLens, an interconnected ecosystem of supply chain partners — cargo owners, ocean and inland carriers, freight forwarders and logistics providers, ports and every entity involved in global trade with digital …
Halifax magician takes the stage on Penn and Teller's Las Vegas show. Feedback on decriminalizing drugs and NS premier resigning. Phone-in with our home reno panel.
Author Janet Maybee reflects on how the Beirut blast is reminiscent of the Halifax Explosion. Phone-in on decriminalizing drugs. NS Premier Stephen McNeil announces he's stepping down.
Reaction to the devastating explosion in Beirut, Lebanon. Phone-in on online schooling amid the pandemic.
7-year-old Dominic Bonaparte tells us about his new Talking About Cats podcast. Automotive expert Doug Bethune takes your calls on the phone-in.
First day of the mandatory mask rule in NS. Find out about a group of newcomers to Canada who are making masks. On the phone-in gardening expert Marjorie Willison.
This school year could look a lot different, thanks to the pandemic. On the phone-in we ask: what do you think of your province's back-to-school plans for the fall.
MP Sean Fraser and victim family member Nick Beaton react to decision to proceed with a public inquiry into April's mass killings in Nova Scotia. Phone-in on controversial team names.
HMCS Fredericton returns to Halifax to a reunion like no other. Feedback to political leaders' decision to go with an independent review into NS mass shooting. Phone-in on ticks.
N.S. victim of CERB identity fraud. Reaction to independent review into N.S. mass killings. Pandemic time capsule phone-in. Portable Finnish sauna in N.B.
Tada! It's been going on for 5 years! The Shipping Podcast was a forerunner when started July 31st, 2015 and since then 150 guests have been talking about what's at the top of their minds and things they are passionate about. Lena has gone back to listen to what some of the guests replied when asked: "How can the shipping industry become more visib…
Nova Scotia Senator Stan Kutcher reacts to decision to hold an independent review into N.S. mass shooting instead of a public inquiry. Phone-in with chef Craig Flinn.
After saying it wouldn't fly the Pride flag, the Municipality of Chester listens to calls for change and votes to raise the rainbow flag after all. Phone-in on non-profit fundraising amid the pandemic.
Cabot House resident speaks to us on day 12 of an ongoing power outage. Feedback on inconsistency of self-isolation check-in calls. Phone-in on COVID summer for kids.
Report highlighting vulnerabilities of nursing homes. Some self-isolating international travelers are not getting daily check-in calls. Phone-in on hidden gems to visit in the Maritimes.
Moncton, NB, barber Donato Di Donato retires after 65 years cutting hair. Sly foxes suspected of stealing shoes in Borden-Carleton, PEI. Wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft takes your calls.
COVID cats, Pronoun feedback, Everlasting appliances
How the discovery of a buoy from Tancook, NS ended up in Ballyshannon, Ireland and created a connection between two fishermen an ocean apart. Phone-in on why pronouns matter.
Bubbling with part of Quebec, Remote work pay
PEI COVID-19 cases, Pandemic waltz, Geological features of the Maritimes
Canadian student billed international tuition fee, Automotive consultant Doug Bethune.
In episode 141, Airaj Isaacs, a second-generation maritime professional speaks about the current situation during the pandemic but also about the culture in the maritime industry, how we need to stop working in silos and open up to more people. We need to discuss how to attract young people into the shipping industry but also how to retain talent. …
Cliffs of Fundy awarded UNESCO geopark status, Feedback on restaurants asking for contact information on customers because of Covid-19, Gardening expert Marjorie Willison takes calls
NB restaurants required to take names and numbers from customers under Covid-19 rules, Phone-in with Tracy Jones-Grant about how to discuss racism in the workplace
Reaction to NS Bridge Collapse, How to Spot Fake News.
Charges dropped against Halifax woman arrested while shopping in Walmart, Concern over what will happen to data collected from people travelling within Atlantic Bubble, Phone-in on whether we should remove or rename monuments honouring controversial figures.
NB bed and breakfast owners look for creative way to survive after pandemic cancellations, Paint expert Jim White takes questions.
Summer is here, the heat is on, and from this point of the growing season onward, having a good garden is all about maintaining the moisture levels in your soil. Thankfully, in this episode we have the perfect guest to help us improve our understanding of how water behaves in soil systems. Keith Reid is the author of the book: “Improving Your Soil”…
Atlantic bubble reaction, "Countless Journeys" podcast, Stories of immigration.
Yarmouth jail contest, Music aid.
O Canada virtual choir, Feeling grateful
Replica tauntaun for sale in PEI, Heat pumps.
Rally organizer calls on supermarket chains to restore pandemic pay raise for staff, Gardening expert Marjorie Willison takes calls
Episode 140 is released on Thursday, June 25th since that is the International Day of the Seafarer, the day when we celebrate the seafarers who serve us during the pandemic by keeping trade lanes open. Listen to Lesley M. Warrick, Executive Director at the Seafarer's House at Port Everglades and how they serve the seafarers visiting them, and what …
How dentists are coping with impact of Covid-19, Feedback on rethinking weeds, Phone-in on how pandemic shutdown is affecting Maritime museums
Big cuts at Saltwire latest blow to local journalism, Phone-in on whether we should rethink our attitude towards plants designated as weeds
NB find moose stuck in mud hole and mount a rescue, CB police chief recommends removal of Cornwallis Street sign, Phone-in on dealing bad bosses.
Membertou elder calls for removal of Cornwallis name from Sydney street, PEI sailor returns home from attempted round the world trip, Phone-in on the effectiveness of protest.
NS French high school drama club puts play online after premiere is cancelled due to pandemic, Feedback on reforming police forces, Phone-in on the revival of the drive-in movie theatre
Black man in Summerside PEI speaks out in support of town's police force, Phone-in on how to reform police forces
Death of PEI encourages a friend to launch petition calling for a new approach on dealing with drunk drivers, Feedback on removing John A. Macdonald statue in Charlottetown, Phone-in on researching family trees with Ancestry,ca family historian Lesley Anderson
Charlottetown city council considers calls to remove Sir John A. Macdonald statue, Phone-in on returning to restaurants after lifting of lock down, PEI tattoo artist offers to cover up hate tattoos.
Group representing theatres and festivals seeks views on how to restart live performances, Auto expert Doug Bethune takes calls.
In episode 139 you meet Giovanni Colotto, Managing Director, De Poli Tankers BV, a 32-year-old Italian who lives in the Netherlands nowadays. Giovanni wrote me an email asking to become a guest since he wanted to contribute with his knowledge and is ambitious to be part of the change the maritime industry needs. We discussed a lot about change, Nex…
NS municipality starts a 4-day work week for its employees, NS government department explains why it won't rehabilitate bear cubs, Marjorie Willison takes gardening questions
Orphaned bear cub in NS destroyed because province won't allow it to be reintroduced to wild, Feedback on car safety, Phone-in on the Right to Repair
Two NS churches bring together Black and white congregations to oppose racism, Feedback on pandemic impact on tourism, Phone-in on whether car speeds should be limited
NS woman killed by her own dog, Female firefighter who fought for breast cancer compensation dies, Phone-in on the impact of the pandemic on tourism in the Maritimes.
President of CMA on a survey showing that Canadians like virtual health care options introduced during the pandemic, Phone-in on the increased interest in a 4-day week as a way of boosting economic recovery.
The viewers have asked me to do an episode on ornamental plants once and a while – so in this episode I’m going to talk about roses with Bob Osborne. Bob is the author of “HARDY ROSES: THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE FOR HIGH LATITUDES AND ALTITUDES, and president at Corn Hill Nursery Ltd. in New Brunswick, Canada. His book is one of the most thorough treatmen…