Best Nb podcasts we could find (Updated June 2019)
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Shift (NB)
Shift is an energetic two and a half hours that connects people in the province with the events of the day and with each other.
902 BrewCast
The East Coast Beer podcast, exploring the stories behind your favorite craft breweries and craft beer destinations in Atlantic Canada.
NB Waves
Podcast by Luke Huch
Welcome to the podcast that tries to talk about NBA shit, but mostly just talks shit. Each week, Jay, Nicky, and Tad discuss the most polarizing topics the NBA has to offer and spend far too much time on non-NBA nonsense.
You might have heard the term non-binary. This is how it feels. Join Caitlin Benedict & Amrou Al-Kadhi as they ask the big questions about gender & identity.
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A nonbinary magical runner with a passion for marathons who ends up crossing inter-dimensional portals when their terrible sense of direction leads them on unplanned detours. Literally.It’s such a nuisance when that happens during a race! But no worries: if they complete running those 42,195 km, they’ll come home.Of course, things are never quite as easy.
New Beginnings UMC is a growing community of faith located in Boiling Springs, South Carolina. United by a shared faith in Jesus Christ and Spirit led, New Beginnings UMC is the perfect place for imperfect people! Thank you from the NB family for checking out our podcast and we would love for you to visit our website -
Audio from Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton NB Canada
Host of Reloaded mainly covering sport with the bits from Radio Sport and the latest sport news from around the world. Premier League wrap show features every Tuesday with Miles Blumson, but I also like to explore other areas in life like politics, culture and why people think the way they do. Listen live on iHeart Radio Mon-Fri 8pm-10pm. You can also follow me on Twitter: @Eli_Mwaijumba and NB: also known as "The Zambian Prince".
The preaching ministry of Rev. Michael Fredericks of Perth-Andover Baptist Church, years 2010-2018.
Join as we discuss all of the most interesting and relevant fantasy sports news. We give you expert in-depth expert analysis for MLB, NFL and NBA leagues.
Welcome to my podcast! Where I’ll post a variety of sounds from discussions, to songs, to poems ... you name it ✨🌻 Join me! NB. Pictures used for my covers are pictures I’ve taken.
Buffy The Business Slayer is an inclusive creative community founded by Claire Cummings and Samantha Moss. We follow the ultimate fictional girl boss for inspo and guidance on our own creative journeys, while being real about the facades of our industries. All sorts of incredible gals share their authentic, unfiltered journeys in business, creativity, health, and balancing (or not balancing) it all. Come for the love, good vibes and advice, stay for the Buffy quotes!***NB: We have no affilia ...
Jimmy Song is a Bitcoin Core Contributor and former VP of Engineering for Armory. He caught the Bitcoin bug back in 2011 and started contributing to Bitcoin open source projects since 2013. He has been a contributor to CoinDesk and has a popular Bitcoin blog. He’s been teaching blockchain to engineers for over 3 years. Jimmy graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics.Seminar: ...
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.
A rich selection of documentaries aimed at relentlessly curious minds, introduced by Rhianna Dhillon.
Roy Green Show
Roy Green’s resume is outstanding. He is a three time consecutive winner of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters national Gold Ribbon award, Canada’s most prestigious broadcast award.Listeners need not read his resume to know that Roy is a passionate advocate for the average Canadian, with an unshakable desire for justice and a deep and abiding love for his country. No wonder Roy’s show has been cited by Canada’s parliamentary newspaper as required listening for federal politicians.You c ...
Information Morning Fredericton is your window on the community every weekday morning, from 5:55 to 8:37 on CBC Radio One, the news and stories of our lives in your city and around the province; keeping you informed and engaged.
The Springs Community Church is a local body of Christ-followers serving as a local expression of Christian Church striving to abide daily to God's calling for our lives and to serve our local New Braunfels, Texas community.
Audio podcasts for Craig Forcese's uOttawa law school course in Public International Law. NB: Many of these podcasts have video versions, and should be viewed in that form first. Details at
Leads, promotes, supports, and delivers Coach education
Get the secrets for leveraging a consistent income for your business by learning and using key elements and strategies created by already successful entrepreneurs. Here is where we share in an effort to support others on a similar journey. You can follow coaches who tell you 'what' you need to do or you can listen in here where we tell you 'how' to get the job done. This is how you become successful too. Join your host Dr. Shirlene Reeves, the author of Selling Through Your Heart. She is a l ...
NB Sessions
House Music Mixed & Compiled By Nono Belune #NBSessions
Speak NB Heard
Speak NB Heard is back for Season 2! It's a fresh start from last year-expect episodes on topics ranging from hotly debated school issues to the latest in entertainment and sports, all in a bite-sized format!
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Wellspring Church, based in Watford UK, is a multi-congregational church family seeking to transform communities with the love of God. Listen to our weekly podcast from our Central Watford and North Bushey congregations and be inspired, helped, encouraged and challenged! Listen and live!
Podcast by Acadia Broadcasting Limited
Onyalum Wars
Two galaxies collide, four gods conspire, thousands of Onyalum fight, billions die.
The world's #1 podcast about city council meetings. Entertaining interviews about city council meetings across the globe by Michael Karlik every Sunday. City council meeting reviews,
LifeHouse Podcasts
Podcast by LifeHouse Church
A weekly challenge podcast hosted by Eddie Tseng and Daryl Li. PlayerFM: Rss: iTunes: YouTube:
Soroush Hasanpour
Ibẹru Ọlọhun
Koko idanil?k? yii da lori aw?n nkan m?ta w?nyii: (i) ?la ti nb? fun ib?ru ?l?hun, (ii) Pataki ib?ru ?l?hun, (iii) Anfaani ti o wa nibi bib?ru ?l?hun.
Freia Melkesjokolade
Vi nøyer oss ikke med å gi Freia Melkesjokolade en ny og frisk vri i form av nyheten Melkesjokolade Bærfrisk. I samarbeid med et knippe norske forfattere har vi også laget nye og friske versjoner av gamle norske folkeeventyr. NB: Optimal lytteropplevelse oppnås enklest ved inntak av Freia Melkesjokolade Bærfrisk.
Streaming a selective playlist of Lounge, Chill Out, Smooth Hip Hop, Nu-Jazz, Bossa Nova, Trip Hop, Deep Electronica, D'nB, Dub, Ambient Waves and Downtempo Grooves. Tune in @
Messages preached at Evangel Assembly (Fredericton, NB.) a part of the PAOC fellowship of churches.
Tap Lens
We've been chatting about beer, a lot, and if the rumours are to believed, so have you. Thats why we though you might like to have a wee break from the talking and have a listen, have a listen to some conversations we've had with members of the UK's brewing community. Sometimes we'll be hanging out with brewers, sometimes directors, sometimes we'll be talking to owners of bars or bottle shops, sometimes to writers and sometimes even to our mates, anyone with interest and opinion about beer i ...
Explore how today’s international legal headlines will affect your global business on Nota Bene, a weekly podcast for the C-Suite by the Sheppard Mullin law firm. Join host, international competition partner Michael P.A. Cohen, as he and his expert guests explore how the law and trends intersect while providing insights and strategies for succeeding as a global business in this new world economic order. Tune in each week for conversations covering topics ranging from blockchain technology an ...
Welcome to the “Q & A: The HEPAC Podcast”. Get ready to hear the back stories on some of the rad wellness initiatives happening around New Brunswick, reasons why you shouldn’t depend on celebs for diet advice, and why getting your kids moving. Tune in for up to date information from experts from around the province in both of our official languages while you’re out for a walk or commuting to work. Stay connected while you’re staying active with your hosts Andrew Holloway and Gillian Salmon.
Kings Church
Listen to the latest teachings from Kings Church in Quispamsis, NB.
Moncton Wesleyan
Weekly Sunday sermons presented by Pastors and special guests of Moncton Wesleyan Church, Moncton, NB, Canada
“These hills…in late afternoon, they turn a hundred different shades of gold. When I was a little girl, papa would take me riding here. We used to race toward the sun, trying to catch it before it set.” “And did you?” “Next time, my pepita. Next time.” *** D.C. Wood (the author of Podiobook “Nameless” and novel The Saviour: Book 1), continues the unfinished saga of the cult television series Queen of Swords, with this unofficial podcast novel that spans across multiple story arcs, and featur ...
Questionable Content
Finally I'm back with more unscripted ramblings for your listening pleasure. Questionable Content is recorded in a 2005 Saab 9-3 during a 7-8 minute commute. New episodes daily... on weekdays... if I'm working... and haven't left my headset at home. That's like ten new episodes each week! On a good week. Ok, so more like several new episodes each week. Usually more than two though, but I'm not making any promises. NB: This Podcast is in no way affiliated with the webcomic Questionable Conten ...
Aleebu Iwa Igberaga
Ibanis?r? yi da lori alaye nipa aleebu ti o wa nibi iwa igberaga ati aw?n oore ti o nb? nibi it?riba.
A Podcast all about Basketball
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Six Canadian Premiers sent a letter to Justin Trudeau warning the PM that the C-69 and C-48 legislation are threats to Canada's economic health, as well as national unity. Trudeau scoffs. As summer pre-campaign looms, Liberals continue to trail the Conservatives everywhere in Canada except Quebec. This is according to an IPSOS poll for Global N ...…
Woman falls victim to apartment scam in PEI, Update on NB cannabis growing rules, Feedback on poverty comments, Phone-in with psychiatrist Dr Elie Isenberg-Grzeda on positive thinking while dealing with cancer
Alain Clavette got to see a common galinule that's been hanging around Sackvilel and he was more than excited!
On this week's show: Renovations are nearly complete on a former Saint John synagogue, and Fredericton's former police chief reflects on last summer's fatal shooting.By Acadia Broadcasting Limited.
In an era of trade wars, espionage, and executive orders, how can companies who wish to dive into government procurement or are already involved in procurement abide by Federal laws and data security regulations and increase the likelihood of proper procurement? Joining me to explore the current government contracting legal landscape is Townsen ...…
As Christians, we are called to "go and make disciples." In this powerful message, Pastor Sean Golliday shares what discipleship means and how you can disciple others and fulfill the calling God has on all of our lives!To hear other messages just like this, subscribe to our podcast and visit our website at…
2019 - 06 - 09 Sun NB Amy Brockbank- One Mission Series by LifeHouse ChurchBy LifeHouse Church.
Barbara Simpson--Saint John, NB reporter--assuages fears that people will be wandering around Saint John with bows and arrows killing indiscriminately after the council allowed for a deer cull. Plus, an explanation of why councillors are sensitive to outsiders coming in to use Saint John's ice rinks. City Council Chronicles provides reviews of ...…
The Saskatchewan Minister of Energy and Resources just joined her counterparts from Ontario and Alberta to challenge Bill C-69. Guest: Bronwyn Eyre. Saskatchewan Minister of Energy and Resources.By Global News / Curiouscast.
Kate Stewart--Takoma Park, MD mayor--recalls the saga of Takoma Junction, a small development that generated oversized outrage. We listen back to the arguments, the recall attempt, the cries for racial justice, and the inequity of abandoning the project when it had so many supporters. City Council Chronicles provides reviews of city council mee ...…
All good in Canada with a big parade for the Raptors in Toronto. In the U.S., sports talk radio stations are complaining that the Raptors got lucky while the Warriors had injuries, even arguing that the Raptors didn’t deserve the Championship. Also; Raptors president Masai Ujiri is facing charges after allegedly engaging in a shoving incident w ...…
After Hours with RotoBaller Radio is brought to you by and RotoBaller radio. It is hosted by FSTA member and co-host of RotoBaller Gameday Sundays at 10am on Sirius/XM Fantasy Sports Radio, Anthony Aniano. Follow Anthony @AAnianoFantasy.Today's episode looks at the latest fantasy baseball news and notes and looks at 5 hitters who ...…
The St. Louis Blues hoisted the Stanley Cup this week. A first for the team and a huge win for Fredericton native and Blues goaltender Jake Allen. Kurt Allen is Jake's dad and he speaks with Vanessa Vander Valk about what the game and the days following have been like for him and his family.
Raptors' success has more people inquiring about basketball programs for their children, Feedback on plastic use & positive thinking, Phone-in on ageing with "Bolder" author Carl Honore
Basketball is getting a boost in New Brunswick thanks to the success of the Toronto Raptors. Tyler Slipp, director of Basketball New Brunswick, says the team's championship win is generating interest in his programs like never before.
UNB biologist Stephen Heard says your not imaging things. The rainy wet spring has created the perfect conditions for a bumper crop of mosquitoes.
New Brunswick's Minister of Environment and Local government Jeff Carr talks about the government's proposed carbon pricing plan to replace the one imposed by Ottawa.
2019 - 06 - 14 Fri Coffs Youth Pete Douglas by LifeHouse ChurchBy LifeHouse Church.
2019 - 06 - 13 Thurs Coffs - Bill Penny by LifeHouse ChurchBy LifeHouse Church.
Music journalist John Doran travels across the country in search of an underground movement of musicians, blossoming in the margins of Britain.Artists of all stripes have been driven out of the city centres by soaring rent prices and hit hard by the dwindling revenues of the digital economy. But untethered from the prospect of making any money ...…
Nicky's out this week as he sweats it out in LA, but have no fear, Jay and Tad are back to discuss the trials and tribulations of downloading porn in the early 2000's and less importantly, they breakdown game 5 of the NBA Finals, KD's injury and what it means for his future, we predict the winner of game 6 and discuss Tony Parkers hall of fame ...…
Rebeka Fraser- Chiasson with La Ferme Terre Partager's cooperative talks about the hot sauce they make with all farm fresh vegetables. This is the second year they've made "Curious Hugo" hot sauce.
Jessica Wiley has first hand experience with the damage caused by the emerald ash borer. She's the manager of forestry for the City of Mississauga, where the beetle has devastated the ash tree population. She's helping Fredericton prepare for its arrival.
NB nurse describes violent attack on her in her hospital office, Acadia issues advice on how to prevent crows from attacking, Phone-in on the effectiveness of plastic recycling
​Two students from the University of New Brunswick - Lauren Tilley and Bailey Chitty - were rescued during a police raid in​ Ghana.​ ​Retired Canadian ambassador​ Gar Pardy says the two young women are "extremely fortunate."
Premier Higgs has reopened the shale gas development conversation -- CEO of the Maritimes Energy Association, Ray Ritcey, says it's a step in the right direction, but may be too little for industry players.
Fredericton's Danielle DuPlessis is playing in a game against the World Champs, the Netherlands, in Toronto. She's hoping to make the cut for the Parapan American Games in Lima this August.
If you're looking for live music options Emma Chevarie has everything you need to know about upcoming shows in the capital city.
Former assistant commissioner of the New Brunswick RCMP, Roger Brown, is being sworn in as Fredericton's new police chief. He says "I still have a lot to offer".
Auditor General Kim MacPherson has some questions about Saint John's special funding agreement with the province, and the mystery of the 11 thousand extra medicare cards.
The university unveiled a new virtual exhibit this week. It's a website with interviews and information from the university archives about Acadian students, faculty, and staff members. Renée Belliveau spent almost a year sourcing material for the project.
Many items are held together entirely by duct tape. Likely it was supposed to be a quick fix, but held so well, why bother with something more permanent? Michael Edwards of Science East in Fredericton decided to take a closer look at this rather amazing product.
Saint John band Little You, Little Me have a new single out. It's called Traveled, and its the first single from their upcoming album Hard to Say Not Knowing. Guitar player Gavin Downes said different musical influences continue to inspire the band, which has played together for eight years.
RotoBaller Radio presents The King and Pocket Aces, hosted by Fantasy Sports legend "The King" Scott Engel and FSTA member and co-host of RotoBaller Radio,"Pocket Aces" Anthony Aniano. Each and every week Scott and Anthony will tackle all the latest topics in the world of fantasy football.Today we discuss the draft value of Bears running backs ...…
NB cannabis growers face rule changes on where they can grow, Feedback on banning single-use plastics, Phone-in with the author of "Wealth Made Easy"
Ever since the weather started warming up, clouds of midges started appearing on the Acadian Peninsula. And the mosquitoes are also out in droves. So why are all the insects out at once? Gaetan Moreau says the weather is to blame. He is an associate professor with the Department of Biology at the Université de Moncton.…
New research by the University of New Brunswick suggests the Consumer Price Index is not that accurate at measuring affordability. The study focused on the percentage of income spent on food. Researcher Herb Emery said it found that since the 2008 recession, certain groups spent less on food to make up for other expenses.…
Rob Brown from Hanwell, and Pat Troy of Fredericton couldn't stay away from what could have been a historic NBA game for Canada. They describe the excitement both inside the arena and outside at Jurassic Park.
The "duty to consult" is considered untouchable in relations between government and First Nations. But what exactly does it mean? Nicole O'Byrne is an associate professor of law at UNB who teaches aboriginal-state relations. She says "the consultation level is very very high" because we don't have land cession treaties in New Brunswick. There n ...…
Hate seems to be everywhere - whether it’s white supremacists marching on the streets of America, jihadists slaughtering Christians in Sri Lanka or the massacre of Muslims in New Zealand. In this five part series, BBC journalist Allan Little unpicks the mechanics of hatred and reveals how this dangerous emotion has been whipped up and dissemina ...…
We sat down with Jean-Benoit at the winery to talk pét-nat, natural wines, and the intersections of wine and beer. Benjamin Bridge Pét-Nat blog post by Lucas Van Damme commercial Our sponsor is Bishop's Cellar! They're so awesome! Find out what's in store, on tap, and shop online! Sign up for the Behind the Taps Newsletter! ​ Make sure to subsc ...…
The impact of federal government's proposed ban on single-use plastics, Feedback on littering, Phone-in with political scientists David Moscrop on whether voting for independents would change politics
Three years after undergoing treatment for breast cancer, Kathy Kaufield completed the Hampton's Ladies Triathlon. She ran and biked with good friend Cynthia Dekluyver, who herself received treatment for breast cancer this year. Kaufield hopes the feat will inspire others.
What's green, tall and has big teeth? The T. rex outside Robin Hanson's art gallery in French Lake does. The sculptor made the 27-foot long dinosaur in response to a commission order from his grand kids.
Photo archivist Josh Green has been doing some digging around a pencil sketch of a Wolastoqiyik family at home in the Fredericton area. The sketch is nearly 200 years old but for a long time no one knew the artist that made it.
Dr. Brian Goldman talks about a new survey that shows nearly one in five Americans have had an interaction with a doctor they believe was acting unethically, unprofessionally, or was providing what they believed to be substandard care. He wonders how Canadians might respond to a similar survey.
Chief George Ginnish is one of the province's senior Mik'maq leaders. He says the Premier has no excuse for not understanding what duty to consult means.
Julia Woodhall-Melnik is an associate professor in the department of social sciences at the University of New Brunswick Saint John. She has studied the emotional effects of the 2018 flood.
Mental health is top of mind for paediatricians across Canada. Dr. Sarah Gander says there has been an increase in mental health referrals.
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