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Best Middle Aged podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Middle Aged podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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For many episodes to come, we'll be exploring the rich history of Poland. From it's humble beginnings, we'll follow the people of Poland as they form their own unique cultural identity, rise into a great European power, cross paths with the Mongol Horde, save Europe from an Ottoman invasion, and do their best to keep their independence firm from one generation to the next.
 
This Hall primarily serves as a book-club-style podcast about medieval literature and lore, whether it is Norse, Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, or Arthurian. It is hosted by Fjorn (aka Steven T. Dunn), an aspiring author of high fantasy with a Master’s degree in History who also owns a small business offering hand-crafted, Norse-inspired tea blends. Each episode explores a work of medieval literature or lore in order to casually discuss the parts that are confusing, insightful, or downright epic. Give ...
 
The Aging Youthful Podcast is where we don’t let ANYONE else’s definition of age stop us from getting out there and doing what we love DESPITE the number of birthdays we’ve had. The host, Mary Black, is a lifestyle coach, blogger, novice Strongman competitor, an eternal optimist and a retired sled dog racer. Having over FIVE decades of birthdays and spending 22 years standing on the back of a dog sled for over 100,000 miles taught her some incredible life lessons to share with you so you can ...
 
Welcome to AfroBrit. This show is about story telling with lessons. Being AfroBrit, the two cultures result in growth and hilarity and being middle aged ramblings will happen. The show will discuss depression, infertility, living with chronic illness and relationships . These are my stories. If you would like to co-host message me.
 
“THE study of history, like the study of a landscape, should begin with the most conspicuous features. Not until these have been fixed in memory will the lesser features fall into their appropriate places and assume their right proportions. The famous men of ancient and modern times are the mountain peaks of history. It is logical then that the study of history should begin with the biographies of these men. Not only is it logical; it is also pedagogical. Experience has proven that in order ...
 
The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago is a leading research center for the ancient Middle East. The museum houses some 350,000 artifacts — around 5,000 of which are on display — excavated mainly by OI archaeologists. Founded in 1919, at a time when the Middle East was called the Orient, the OI has pioneered innovative excavations and comprehensive dictionary projects that chronicle ancient civilizations. The Oriental Institute Museum aims to understand, reveal, and protect anci ...
 
Balls Radio is like talk radio, but for thinking people. Now a short regular occurrence, Phil Dobbie offers his opinions on what's happening, in the UK and overseas: politics, social policy, economics, science, religion. Yes, it's another, slightly overweight middle-aged white man telling the world how it should be. But there's nothing alt-right about Balls Radio. And we try and have fun along the way.
 
So we're still going 30-odd episodes in - feel free to start at the start or dip in and out. We love you either way. If you like anything you hear, or indeed have questions you can just leave a review by clicking here (https://itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/dadcast-misadventures-in-parenting/id1437650268?mt=2).Parenting is tough. It's also hilarious, annoying, brilliant craic, dangerous and soul destroying in small, and sometimes big measures. This podcast is for all the Dads and Mums who know ...
 
The Lawfare Podcast features discussions with experts, policymakers, and opinion leaders at the nexus of national security, law, and policy. On issues from foreign policy, homeland security, intelligence, and cybersecurity to governance and law, we have doubled down on seriousness at a time when others are running away from it. Visit us at www.lawfareblog.com.
 
With a passion for GIS, location intelligence, maps, cartography, indeed anything with a whiff of spatial, Chris and Mark decided to seek fame and fortune by starting the world’s best geospatial podcast.*A podcast that may include anything and everything about the geospatial world. From news articles about the GIS industry that take our fancy, interviews with GIS practitioners, random acts of geospatial madness and of course the legendary game Export to Shapefile.So if you like maps and loca ...
 
Everything is Fine is a series for women on life over 40. Hosted by former Lucky magazine founding editor Kim France and documentary filmmaker Tally Abecassis, each episode digs deep into the identity shift that comes with navigating this alternately weird and liberating stage of life. A chat-show with themed episodes and interview guests from the media and entertainment worlds, we tackle our fears, our health, our careers, self-care, and how to negotiate being called “middle-aged” when you ...
 
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This week on Lawfare’s Arbiters of Truth series on disinformation, Evelyn Douek and Quinta Jurecic spoke with Brendan Nyhan, a professor of political science at Dartmouth University. We talk a lot about the crisis of falsehoods circulating online, but Nyhan’s work focuses on empirical research on what the effects of disinformation and misinformatio…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we spoke with Gary Rendsburg who is a professor of biblical studies, Hebrew language and ancient Judaism at Rutgers University. He holds the Blanche and Irving Laurie Chair in Jewish History. Professor Rendsburg is an expert on the historical development of the Hebrew language and ancient Hebrew dialects, which was t…
 
Advice corner - some people thought it would be a good idea to ask these chumps advice, what could go wrong? Adrian's policy on swearing has come back to bite him - fkn hll! We're also answering some queries from listeners who surely must at the point of no return if they're asking the dads for help.…
 
Spurred on by demographic shifts, Brexit and the success of the Sinn Fein party in this month’s election, the once-unthinkable idea of Irish reunification is gaining ground. The IMF is in Lebanon to discuss restructuring the country’s crippling debts; we examine the roots of the economic crisis. And visiting a frigid festival where even the instrum…
 
This week we talk with Kevin Palmer of fame about a pretty big endeavor him and his crew are putting on in Portland. They are looking to grow the game of hockey. That makes them our pals. Cascadia is lucky to have them. Speaking of pals...CarBomb and BizNasty. Ferda! Music Courtesy of So we are still pretty new on iTunes, I know, you do 50+ eppys a…
 
Jessica Stern, who served on the National Security Council during the Clinton administration, has a remarkable skill: she interviews really bad people, and she writes about them in really interesting ways. She spent quite a bit of time interviewing Bosnian-Serb war criminal Radovan Karadzic, who is serving a life sentence at the Yugoslav war crimes…
 
Loss: How should we understand the 'road not taken'? Laurie Taylor talks to Susie Scott, Professor of Sociology at the University of Sussex, about her study of lost experience - that vast terrain of things we have not done, that did not happen or that we have not become. Also, Tim Strangleman, Professor of Sociology at the University of Kent, revea…
 
The Marija Gimbutas Memorial LectureAnatolians on the Move: From Kurgans to KaneshPetra GoedegebuureAssociate Professor of HittitologyLast year Sir Colin Renfrew opened the Marija Gimbutas lecture series acknowledging that she was essentially right when she said that the Proto-Indo-Europeans came from north of the Black Sea and then dispersed east …
 
Strict controls meant to contain the spread of the coronavirus are affecting many of the country’s villages. Our correspondent visits migrant workers who are trapped and draining their savings. We look into why Boeing’s space-and-defence division, which used to prop up the commercial-aircraft side, is itself losing altitude. And why American politi…
 
This week the Maier's take a break from a rough week of building to get into the Valentine's spirit. Topics include: Corona virus, pot light conclusion, tile completion, feeling your age, Valograms to another dimension, Wayfair reprise, more wallpaper, resting heart rate, RomCom bracket, S.O.W., chick rock and theatrical music. Reach Us: @kmaemaier…
 
It was a busy Sunday evening for the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! John and Jerry took in a showing of Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey before heading to the studio to record the show. So we are chockful of opinions and suggestions on the latest entry to the DC Cinematic Universe. We discuss the launch of Bad Idea, a new publishing venture that will put …
 
Try as he might, Pat can't escape Mike's jones for jazz mixed with politics, so he submits and the boys do a trawl through just a few of the examples of art-music and rhetoric spilling forth from improvising musicians less than thrilled, let us posit, by the political bent of the last few years. Do the bastards pontificate more than the music they'…
 
In what ways did American foreign policy fail to capitalize on victory in the Cold War? Andrew Bacevich, professor emeritus at Boston University and co-founder and president of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, tackles that question and more in "The Age of Illusions: How America Squandered Its Cold War Victory." Jack Goldsmith sat do…
 
Evidence is building about the impact of air pollution on health, but the relationship between the cocktail of chemicals, gases and particles in the air we breathe and the direct effect on an individual's health is a tricky one to prove. Dr Farrah Jarral cycles to Kings College London to hear about a new study by researcher in respiratory toxicolog…
 
Recently, we were guests on Card Talk, a podcast completely focused on Lord of the Rings: The Card Game. We had a blast, and we think this is a podcast you should definitely be following, so we figured we'd share it on our feed to help spread the word! Enjoy listening, and if you'd like to watch too, you can do that here.…
 
The Trump administration’s stance on anti-personnel landmines worries many—but also speaks to a future in which the rules of war are uncertain. Britain’s universities are coming to grips with how much the slave trade built them. And why the ads on televised sport aren’t always what they seem. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of …
 
Episode Ninety Six Show Notes KEY: CW = Chris Wolak and EF = Emily Fine – Currently Reading –The End of Your Life Book Club – Will Schwalbe (CW) From Scratch: A Memoir of Love, Sicily, and Finding Home – Tembi Locke (EF) The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires: A Novel – Grady Hendrix (CW) release date April 7, 2020 A Good Marriage: A No…
 
"Middle Age Schmiddle Age, way to get it girls" Little did Mary know the stir posting those 9 simple words would create! With JLo and Shakira both being over the age of 40 and JLo 50 (holy moley Batgirl), Mary is sharing her thoughts on why she has the right to her opinion and why the others who reacted (and commented) so strongly on her post, have…
 
Ancient wisdom in the modern world can save us from the dangers of climate change, argues Wade Davis. The Canadian anthropologist has spent a lifetime looking into what Indigenous peoples of the world can teach us. Now, 10 years after his 2009 Massey lectures called 'The Wayfinders,' he looks back on what has changed on our planet — for better and …
 
Sudan’s transitional government has pledged to hand over the country’s brutal former leader to the ICC—could justice for the court’s most-wanted man at last give it credibility? Even with a world-beating renewables push, Norway’s wealth depends on oil; how can it navigate the shifting economics of energy? And the bid to make Los Angeles just a bit …
 
Destroying the BBC, an unworkable migration strategy, crazy bridge talk – could the Boris bounce be over soon? Phil Dobbie suggests that going hard on the national broadcaster could come back to bite him and the idea of a £23,000 minimum income for EU migrants surely means the benefit of Brexit is that Brits get to do all the low paid jobs themselv…
 
Deepfakes. Political bias. Contested facts. How can historians possibly nail the truth in our polarized times? A panel of top historians — all of them Cundill History Prize finalists and winners — explain why the challenge is formidable, yet nothing new. Guests: Jill Lepore, Julia Lovell, Maya Jasanoff, Mary Fulbrook, and Faith Wallis.…
 
LET'S TALK SOCCER (16 February, 2020) - EPISODE 199IN THIS PODCAST: Although Gameweek 26 (AKA: The LOOOOOONGEST gameweek in history), still isn't over just yet, we've got you covered for GW27 - from fixtures to players to watch to captain options. Plus, we talk a bit of strategy for Blank Gameweek 28.It's all about the green arrows! Enjoy the podca…
 
Noah and Bill go all-in on size-zero crop tops and high-waisted jeans as the newest devotees of Brandy Melville clothing.@noahandbillshow -- @williamscurry -- @noahtarnow00:00 -- Introduction, and What is Brandy Melville?14:26 -- Why is Brandy Melville so popular?19:21 -- Would you have liked Brandy Melville if you were a kid?23:43 -- Is Brandy Mel…
 
Bölüm 450 Yalçın Çakmak Sunucu Can Gümüş Podcast'i indir Feed | iTunes | Spotify | SoundCloud II. Abdülhamid Dönemi yönetim anlayışı, Osmanlı Devleti’nin 16. yüzyıldan itibaren izlediği Alevi/Kızılbaş siyasetini nasıl dönüştürdü? II. Abdülhamid dönemi Alevi/Kızılbaş siyasetinin temel araçları nelerdi? Bu bölümde, Munzur Üniversitesi Tarih Bölümü’nd…
 
On this week's episode we take a deep-dive into the Wrath of the Everchosen, a brand new sourcebook for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, that continues the story following the events of the Soul Wars. Our Top 3 this week has ourselves, and the community, picking out our favourite Warhammer events. Another bumper week of news, which includes new Necromunda …
 
In 2013, Patrick Radden Keefe, a staff writer for the New Yorker, came across the obituary of a woman named Dolours Price, a former member of the Irish Republican Army (IRA). Keefe's interest in Price led to sprawling research about an appalling crime that took place over the course of the three-decade Troubles in Northern Ireland: The disappearanc…
 
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