Best Memory podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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the memory palace
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the memory palace
 
Kwik Brain is a fun, fast-paced show designed to help busy people learn and achieve anything in a fraction of the time! Your coach, Jim Kwik (his real name), is the brain & memory trainer to elite mental performers, including many of the world’s leading CEO’s and celebrities. In this easy to digest bite-sized podcast, you will discover Kwik’s favorite shortcuts to read faster, remember more, and ‘supercharge’ your greatest wealth-building asset: your brain. Whether you’re a student, senior, ...
 
Through Accelerated Spanish, Master of Memory presents the fastest way to learn Spanish using timeless accelerated learning principles. Building from a solid foundation, this show will teach you not just to memorize vocabulary at unbelievable rates, but also to speak Spanish idiomatically. If you're looking for the best way to learn Spanish online for free, you've come to the right place.
 
Kwik Brain is a fun, fast-paced show designed to help busy people learn and achieve anything in a fraction of the time! Your coach, Jim Kwik (his real name), is the brain & memory trainer to elite mental performers, including many of the world’s leading CEO’s and celebrities. In this easy to digest bite-sized podcast, you will discover Kwik’s favorite shortcuts to read faster, remember more, and ‘supercharge’ your greatest wealth-building asset: your brain. Whether you’re a student, senior, ...
 
Your ultimate guide to nursing mnemonics. Over 100 mnemonics for nurses explained for you by the lovely Kati Kleber RN CCRN
 
Learn, Memorize And Recall Anything Using Memory Techniques, Mnemonics And A Memory Palace Fast
 
Exploring easy, no-nonsense accelerated learning.
 
Learn, Memorize And Recall Anything Using Memory Techniques, Mnemonics And A Memory Palace Fast
 
A Doctor Who review podcast featuring Kyle (The Nerdist, Doctor Who: The Writer's Room) and Steven (Radio Free Skaro, Lazy Doctor Who) and their immediate reactions to randomly selected Doctor Who stories.
 
The Upper Memory Block podcast is all about DOS and pre-Windows XP gaming. Every two weeks we talk in-depth about a game, game series, company and/or technology from this era. Enjoy!
 
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Memory Motel
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Created and hosted by Moth storyteller Terence Mickey, Memory Motel finds the drama in what we want to remember or forget.
 
An in-depth series of chapters devoted to the use of our memory system; as the title suggests, how to develop our memory system, how to train it to improve it, and how to make the best use of it in our everyday lives, and to improve our positions in life. This is not intended to be a series of chapters to impress friends and colleagues, nor to play 'tricks' on others, rather it is for the betterment of individuals in whatever walk of life in which they may be involved by training and using t ...
 
Great radio, as per Peel, doesn't mean giving people what they want, so much as exposing them to stuff they might hate.
 
self-knowledge, self-education, self-mastery
 
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Sense Memory
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If our memory is the thing that shapes and defines us, that informs who we are at our very core, then God help us all...for memory, is a wicked and deceitful wretch. Thrust into a search for his own sister's killer, Benjamin Cady flees Colorado and the only world he understands to scour the streets of Los Angeles, plagued by headaches and memories of murder. He quickly discovers that L.A. is not unknown to him, and as his memories of his sister's death become clearer, so does the possibility ...
 
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Memory Gone Wild
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Memory Gone Wild is an entertaining fun Podcast audio quiz program using a live radio style format that sharpens your listening skills and helps build your retention and recall capabilities. This is accomplished by the shows host Kenneth Campbell playing audio snippets from Best Selling Audiobooks and challenges you the listener, in a fun and entertaining way to respond to questions from what you just heard. This fun and challenging Brain/Mind exercise is useful for all ages and geared towar ...
 
‘What is the unconscious? Where is it? How does it affect our conscious experiences? The Unconscious Memory Network is a new forum where humanists and neuroscientists can discuss and exchange their research findings on diverse aspects of the unconscious, in particular unconscious memory.
 
A weekly podcast devoted to equipping the church to memorize Scripture. Follows the Fighter Verses Memory Verse Program
 
Coinciding with the house’s first Artisanal Men’s show, Maison Margiela launches a new first of a kind fashion podcast series: “The Memory of ... With John Galliano.” The podcast tells a story usually only heard by select fashion insiders. It takes you on a journey to Creative Director Galliano’s Paris atelier where he personally reveals the thinking behind his first Artisanal Men’s Show. He speaks to new definitions of masculinity and femininity, his introduction of bias cut to menswear and ...
 
‘What is the unconscious? Where is it? How does it affect our conscious experiences? The Unconscious Memory Network is a new forum where humanists and neuroscientists can discuss and exchange their research findings on diverse aspects of the unconscious, in particular unconscious memory.
 
Heirlooms enrich your family's stories and can unlock pieces of your past. In the My Family Heirloom Podcast we'll explore the history behind our guests' favorite family keepsakes -- and how to preserve them for future generations!
 
Cities and Memory is a global field recording & sound art work that presents both the present reality of a place, but also its imagined, alternative counterpart – remixing the world, one sound at at time.Every faithful field recording document is accompanied by a reworking, a processing or an interpretation that imagines that place and time as somewhere else, somewhere new. The listener can choose to explore locations through their actual sounds, or explore interpretations of what those plac ...
 
Loving Jesus and memorizing God's word!
 
Memory in Top 40 Music rekindles old memories as we revisit the top of the charts through the eyes of history. In each episode, we select one week during the rock era for our walk down Memory Lane as we look at the songs, the artists and what else was happening at that time.
 
Everyone has a story. Hear how people passionate about memory keeping record those stories through scrapbooking, blogging, journals and more. We dig into the motivations for memory-keeping, the rewards of it, as well as those little details like where, where, and how memory keepers present and preverve their life stories.
 
Looking for a replacement to Sherlock Holmes after the author had killed him off in 1894, Doyle wrote this murder mystery in the dying years of the 19th century. Set in Napoleon's era, it involves a Frenchman returning to his native land to join the Emperor's ranks. (Summary by Cathy Barratt)
 
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America's Memory
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America's Memory is a podcast dedicated to telling the stories of the fallen US Military from the war in Afghanistan. Ron White is a veteran of the war in Afghanistan and memorized the fallen in the order of their death (2,300+). He travels the wall writing this wall out from memory and hearing the moving stories of the fallen. This podcast tells those stories.
 
This Podcast is designed to assist you and your family in memorizing passages of Scripture. Psalms 119:11 tells us to Hide God's Word in our hearts, however obeying this command can be difficult with today's hectic lifestyles. By following along with this weekly podcast you can successfully memorize passages of Scripture by listening as I break down the verse for the week and discuss the meaning. Then and you and I can repeat the verse together as we hide God's word in our heart.
 
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Out of Memory
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Memory is a funny thing. Do all of our memories deserve to be in there? We go back and judge our own memories of our childhoods and chose whether they stay or are they Out of Our Memory!
 
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If Memory Serves
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Two brothers journey down the nostalgic backroads of their childhood as they look back at growing up in the Bay Area during the 80s and 90s.
 
Listen to stories of Kansans -- some famous, some infamous and some just average folks -- that are contained in documents preserved by the Kansas Historical Society Library and Archives. The letters, diaries, and other documents featured in the biweekly "A Kansas Memory" podcasts provide fascinating glimpses into the past by sharing the words of the people who lived through these events. The documents used in our first series of podcasts are part of Territorial Kansas Online, a virtual repos ...
 
Inspiration, tips and tricks for documenting your Disney memories.
 
A NOSTALGIC LOOK BACK AT THE POPULAR CULTURE OF YESTERYEAR WITH BROADCASTER/HISTORIAN CHUCK SCHADEN, A 1993 RADIO HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE.
 
Weekly highlights from oral history interviews of Mozillans as part of the Center for History and New Media's Mozilla Digital Memory Bank.
 
A show that explores the items we make for one another and how they impact our relationships.
 
For a project on memory retrieval, specifically context dependent memory, students at Duxbury High School walked around the campus looking for spots that would bring back old memories. Working either by themselves or in pairs, they then looked back on those memories, and also what specifically triggered them as they apply to this class.
 
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Memory Tracks
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Music can mean a lot to a person. A song, an album, an artist or a performance can strike up a wide range of emotion, sometimes with clear intentions, and other times in a uniquely personal way. Memory Tracks is a collection of conversations where a guest shares three songs that never fail to strike up particular feelings, often tied back to a memory forever associated with the music itself. The association could be a call back to a time of great loss, a moment of true love or a specific awa ...
 
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Florida Memory
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These podcasts highlight audio recordings from the Florida Folklife Collection. Selections include interviews, field recordings and performances at the Florida Folk Festival dating back to 1954.
 
In this course, we examine major issues in how Americans commemorate the Holocaust. Topics include the creation of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the reception of Anne Frank, Passover ritual, and other forms of media and ritual
 
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Memory Lapse
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Tyson, Gingie and Tim, a Judge, former longtime player and new player respectively, discuss the pros and cons of specific cards or decks and their effects on various formats of the trading card game Magic: the Gathering.
 
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Extended Memory
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Every month, Brendon Chung and Sanjay Madhav have an in-depth interview with a game developer.
 
Welcome to the Memory Consolidation and Reconsolidation podcast, where amazing things happen.
 
Nick and Sam have found themselves placed smack dab in the middle of Memory Alpha, the Federation's planet-sized library. Armed with their wits, a Star Trek encyclopedia, and their sense of humor, they must work through the stacks, one Star Trek novel at a time...
 
 
Turner Masters, teenage sex offender, is dead and all of Riverwater is grieving. But no one is grieving more than Turner’s merciless mother, who plans to replace the local hospital with a Turner-centric shrine while inciting Turner’s fanatical friends to solve his murder. Hilarious and unrelenting, Turner Masters Memory Hospital is a vicious scripted podcast from Catherine Cohen and Steven Markow.
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 10 recordings of To The Immortal Memory of the Halibut, On Which I Dined This Day, Monday, April 26, 1784 by William Cowper. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for May 29, 2011.William Cowper is attributed with various familiar quotations, one is..GOD moves in a mysterious way,His wonders to perform;He plants his footsteps in the sea,And rides upon the storm.Olney Hymns (1779)--'Light Shining out of Darkness'
 
September 25, 1926 - February 6, 2001
 
This is the site where episodes of "History's Revisitings" may be accessed. "History's Revisitings" appear once per month or more often, whenever a notable news event raises the question, "Have we seen anything like this before in history?" This podcast series offers one historian's perspective on the news of the day in historical terms. Here at Metamemory we also look at the state of the art globally, which, in practical terms given the location of the chief specialists in the field, means ...
 
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World Premier of Rachel Taylor Brown and some of the finest lesser known artists around.
 
This episode begins with a correction, then dives headfirst into marriage, churches, and other things Captain Kirk is a pro at. Also, Spock is from Vulcan, but NOT THAT Vulcan, THE OTHER Vulcan. Got it? Okay. Are you sure?
 
Jacob Leicht always liked that he was born on the Fourth of July. Who else gets a parade on their birthday? Some may not like sharing their special day with another holiday, but he embraced it. On a day when America celebrates its independence and freedoms, it seemed like destiny that Leicht’s life would be dedicated in service to America. That ...…
 
Series 3, Episode 14 of Doctor Who: The Memory Cheats! And the episode we will be reviewing today is... Visit our website at http://www.thememorycheats.com Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thememorycheats Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheMemoryCheats Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thememorycheatspodcast…
 
The travelling pianist known as Il Pianista FuoriPosto reimagined by Cities and Memory. Snippets of his piano are looped and effected, slowly buried beneath reverb, delay and tape effects, while a small portion of his playing is extended to 300 times its normal length to create a micro-drone underneath the piece. Later, multiple piano phrases c ...…
 
Il Pianista FuoriPosto is a travelling pianist, who takes his grand piano all over the Veneto region in Italy, popping up in surprising places to perform for the public. He doesn't advertise where or when he'll appear, so it's a stroke of fortune to come across him and hear his wonderful music, as we did on this August evening in the Prato dell ...…
 
Looking to teach yourself a foreign language and need the best language learning books? Let me introduce you to my friend Olly Richards. Well, they’re aren’t necessarily. Unless they’re built by someone who deeply understands the needs of language learners. Enter Olly: He’s the man behind the new Teach Yourself Short Stories For Beginners serie ...…
 
How do you have a shredded mind? You can look at somebody’s body and see that person’s physiques, in terms of abs and biceps. But with the brain, you can’t see how fit it is off the bat. So how do you obtain it and how do you know when you have it? To answer this question, we have a very special guest, Dr. Stephanie Estima, who is an expert in ...…
 
How do you have a shredded mind? You can look at somebody’s body and see that person’s physiques, in terms of abs and biceps. But with the brain, you can’t see how fit it is off the bat. So how do you obtain it and how do you know when you have it? To answer this question, we have a very special guest, Dr. Stephanie Estima, who is an expert in ...…
 
Reimagined by Cities and Memory. The street singer's voice has a meditative, praise-like quality that immediately put me in mind of church singing. From here, I've constructed a stage for her in sound, placing her at the centre of a fabricated church service. The door creaks open, and the organist enters before playing a brief, droning introduc ...…
 
A singer on the steps of the 1812 Museum sings traditional folk songs on a warm night in Moscow, Russia. A competing saxophone busker outside Ploshchad Revolyutsii station can be heard in the background. Recorded by Cities and Memory.
 
A grand entry with aquatic themes before the eggs return to dominate
 
Episode Details Arletta Charter Air date: September 13, 2018 Guests: Arletta Charter Runtime: 38 minutes, 5 seconds Summary: In the first episode of Season 2, Jen is joined by Arletta Charter, a Hungarian national living on Martha’s Vineyard by way of Serbia, who takes some of the most stunning pictures you’ve ever seen. Arletta tells Jen all a ...…
 
”Corpsman!” The Marine fires at the enemy and then places a hand on his fallen comrade. “Corpsman!” he yells one more time. He looks down. “Hold on, buddy.” A similarly dressed man runs up and drops down next to both of them. “I’ve got this,” he says. The Marine who had called out returns to firing. The corpsman begins a blood sweep and then re ...…
 
Series 3, Episode 13 of Doctor Who: The Memory Cheats! And the episode we will be reviewing today is... Visit our website at http://www.thememorycheats.com Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thememorycheats Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheMemoryCheats Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thememorycheatspodcast…
 
A lot of people search the Internet for Mind Map software. And that’s great… provided they’re getting it from Tony Buzan. Most especially when you’ve read his book, Mind Map Mastery. Why read this book? First of all: No one else alive has thought so thoroughly through this incredible technique for externalizing the brain and interacting with it ...…
 
A lot of people search the Internet for Mind Map software. And that’s great… provided they’re getting it from Tony Buzan. Most especially when you’ve read his book, Mind Map Mastery. Why read this book? First of all: No one else alive has thought so thoroughly through this incredible technique for externalizing the brain and interacting with it ...…
 
The Memory Palace is a proud member of Radiotopia. Music The music on this one comes from High Aura'd, a project from my old friend, John Kolodij. The main drone piece is All the Spirits that Dance. The beginning and end were composed specifically for this episode. Notes I read a lot of articles from a lot of sources on this one, but the linchp ...…
 
I remember getting up early in the morning before school just so I could catch a glimpse of my favorite Star Trek character, R. Daiken. He was truly an inspiration. And I know that somewhere, out in that deep, endless void we call space, he's smiling down on us. Thanks, R. Daiken. Thanks.Also we read the sexiest fan fiction yet.…
 
“To err is human.” How do you deal with mistakes? This is such an important question that you’ll want to take notes on this, and I recommend you listening to it more than once. We all make mistakes. It’s easy to forget that when we’re in the midst of a mess-up. But it’s impossible to avoid miscalculations, mishaps, both big and small. And have ...…
 
“To err is human.” How do you deal with mistakes? This is such an important question that you’ll want to take notes on this, and I recommend you listening to it more than once. We all make mistakes. It’s easy to forget that when we’re in the midst of a mess-up. But it’s impossible to avoid miscalculations, mishaps, both big and small. And have ...…
 
The Lovely Eggs have a new album - enough said.
 
On September 5, 2018, an anonymous "senior official in the Trump administration" published an Op-Ed in the New York Times, raising a seeming unprecedented cry of alarm. He (or she) claimed to be trying to keep an unhinged president from going off the rails by working against the president when he threatened peace and democracy. What are the his ...…
 
Dust trailed behind a civilian truck carrying thirteen Afghan citizens in March of 2010. It was likely a normal day for them going about their business. Their normal, however, meant navigating a war-torn landscape where forces from a host of countries battle the Taliban. Herat Province, Afghanistan, was far from normal. Boom! The bus hit an IED ...…
 
Series 3, Episode 12 of Doctor Who: The Memory Cheats! And the episode we will be reviewing today is... Visit our website at http://www.thememorycheats.com Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thememorycheats Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DoctorWhoTheMemoryCheats Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thememorych ...…
 
Imagine receiving thousands of emails from people asking you, “Can you really improve memory like Sherlock Holmes?” What would you tell them? Would you say… “Oh yes, of course. Just use the best memorization technique all the hip kids are using these days.” Or would you say… “Sorry. Too busy. I must go to my Mind Palace!” Well, as the man with ...…
 
Imagine receiving thousands of emails from people asking you, “Can you really improve memory like Sherlock Holmes?” What would you tell them? Would you say… “Oh yes, of course. Just use the best memorization technique all the hip kids are using these days.” Or would you say… “Sorry. Too busy. I must go to my Mind Palace!” Well, as the man with ...…
 
Ploshchad Revolyutsii station reimagined by Cities and Memory. Taking an extreme approach to EQing samples from the original recording, we've stripped the very top out to simulate the sounds of rain, and we've EQed right down to the lowest frequencies to represent the sounds of thunder. A light bit of reverb and tape effects to smear the edges ...…
 
Station ambience on the platform at one of the most famous stations on the Moscow metro, Ploshchad Revolyutsii (Revolution Square) as trains arrive and leave. Recorded by Cities and Memory.
 
Music from the exciting edges of each categorization
 
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