Best Neolithic podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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The Ancient World
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CURRENT SERIES - THEA (tracing the disintegration of the Seleucid Empire)
 
Stone Pages presents a weekly podcast with the latest archaeology news, mainly related to prehistory, megalithic monuments and discoveries.
 
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The Ancient World
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CURRENT SERIES - THEA (tracing the disintegration of the Seleucid Empire)
 
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Scotland Outdoors
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Your free, weekly, pocket guide to the Scottish outdoors. A flavour of the countryside in 15 minutes! From BBC Radio Scotland
 
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The Insight
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Where did we come from? One of humanity's most basic questions, the answer is fascinating. Weaving together insights from the fields of genetics, archaeology, linguistics, and paleoanthropology, hosts Spencer Wells and Razib Khan take us on a grand tour of human history. Scientific storytelling at its best.
 
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The Insight
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Where did we come from? One of humanity's most basic questions, the answer is fascinating. Weaving together insights from the fields of genetics, archaeology, linguistics, and paleoanthropology, hosts Spencer Wells and Razib Khan take us on a grand tour of human history. Scientific storytelling at its best.
 
All the Latest Articles in English
 
Latest articles on 'History' -
 
The Naked Scientists flagship science show brings you a lighthearted look at the latest scientific breakthroughs, interviews with the world's top scientists, answers to your science questions and science experiments to try at home.
 
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IELTS Made Easier
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A weekly talk-through of IELTS topics to help you learn about the issues, vocabulary, tips and strategies you need to know for the test. Follow me on www.facebook.com/ieltsetc and get all the downloads, tests, advice and tips on my website www.ieltsetc.com. Join the Members Academy for step-by-step online courses and support to get you a Band 7+ in the #ielts test. www.members.ieltsetc.com/academy/
 
All the Latest Articles in English
 
A weekly podcast story of ancient advanced civilisations, clan wars and conspiracy in an alternative modern Scotland.
 
From the makers of the film 'Standing with Stones'.
 
Economics Detective Radio is a podcast about markets, ideas, institutions, and all things related to the field of economics. Episodes consist of long-form interviews, and are generally released on Fridays. Topics include economic theory, economic history, the history of thought, money, banking, finance, macroeconomics, public choice, Austrian economics, business cycles, health care, education, international trade, and anything else of interest to economists, students, and serious amateurs in ...
 
Sound is a physical form. Sound waves have physical dimensions and interact dramatically with architectural structures. The ear hears sound as vibrations brush against small hairs inside our heads. This tactile dimension to sound makes it inherently sculptural; it exists in space in a concrete way. A meandering line traces the parallel development of music and our built environment. Did our neolithic ancestors implement acoustic design 5500 years ago? Architects outline the physics of acoust ...
 
What really killed Sir Charles Baskerville? Is his nephew, Sir Henry, in danger from the legendary family curse, a gigantic black hound? Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are on the case in this classic mystery, set on lonely Dartmoor in Devonshire. Neolithic ruins, a perilous quagmire, eerie sounds in the night, and (of course) fog all add to the fun, with an escaped convict thrown in for good measure. (Summary by Laurie Anne Walden)
 
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H K W
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Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) creates a forum for the contemporary arts and critical debates. In the midst of profound global and planetary transformation processes, HKW re-explores artistic positions, scientific concepts, and spheres of political activity, asking: How do we grasp the present and its accelerated technological upheavals? What will tomorrow’s diversified societies look like? And what responsibilities will the arts and sciences assume in this process?HKW develops and stages ...
 
Join me as we journey through 2.6 million years or so of European history, from the earliest Paleolithic settlements to the complexities of the financial crisis that threatens to tear Europe apart in the 21st century.
 
A podcast about all things foodie
 
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Monoxylon is the Greek term for a vessel chiselled out from a single treetrunk. It’s also the name of a Czech-led experimental archaeologicalexpedition, which first set off in such a craft back in 1995. The aim thenand now is to validate in practice assumptions and hypotheses about humanmigration in the Neolithic age, some 8,000 years ago.…
 
This episode focuses on the grammar of Modals of Deduction in IELTS Listening. Find a full explanation with practice on my website. https://www.ieltsetc.com/2019/05/ielts-grammar-modals-deduction/
 
This week Razib talks to two researchers who have published a paper that reconstructs the relationships between a group of people who seem to have been killed in a conflict during the Neolithic in Poland. Show notes https://pxlme.me/Iy2T9T_T
 
Goats, pumpkins, a neolithic discovery and a pioneering mineralogistBy BBC Radio Scotland.
 
A new walking route in Fife, the Forth and Clyde canal reopens and heritage daffodilsBy BBC Radio Scotland.
 
With three books published just last year, Marek Toman is currently one ofthe most prolific Czech authors. He last spoke to Radio Prague almost threeyears ago after he published a novel narrated by a building – ČernínPalace, seat of the Czech Foreign Ministry. Since then, he has written twoother novels closely connected to historical Prague. Wh ...…
 
With three books published just last year, Marek Toman is currently one ofthe most prolific Czech authors. He last spoke to Radio Prague almost threeyears ago after he published a novel narrated by a building – ČernínPalace, seat of the Czech Foreign Ministry. Since then, he has written twoother novels closely connected to historical Prague. Wh ...…
 
Czechs have started voting in elections to the European Parliament with 841candidates from 40 parties running for the country’s 21 seats in theassembly. Although the Czech Republic is the only country where voting ispossible over the course of two days, voter turnout is traditionallyexpected to lag behind the EU average.…
 
Czechs have started voting in elections to the European Parliament with 841candidates from 40 parties running for the country’s 21 seats in theassembly. Although the Czech Republic is the only country where voting ispossible over the course of two days, voter turnout is traditionallyexpected to lag behind the EU average.…
 
You do not have to be a Game of Thrones fan to be in awe at the TV shows’detailed props, CGI and high production values. However, few know that theworkshop responsible for many of the ships visible in the series can befound in the landlocked Czech Republic.
 
You do not have to be a Game of Thrones fan to be in awe at the TV shows’detailed props, CGI and high production values. However, few know that theworkshop responsible for many of the ships visible in the series can befound in the landlocked Czech Republic.
 
An estimated 2.5 billion people around the world suffer from poor visionand over one billion people, mostly in the developing world, can’t affordglasses or don’t have access to them. Previous efforts to address theproblem failed because the proffered solutions were either too complex ortoo costly to scale globally. Now a Czech-US start-up, DOT ...…
 
Razib talks to Emilia Huerta-Sanchez about her finding that altitude adaptation in Tibetans is due to Denisovan admixture. https://pxlme.me/RECg03af
 
Razib talks to Emilia Huerta-Sanchez about her finding that altitude adaptation in Tibetans is due to Denisovan admixture. https://pxlme.me/RECg03af
 
Translator, literary scholar and historical sociologist Martin Tharp’scurrent research focuses on the working-class counterculture of post-1968Czechoslovakia. He finds that – dissident groups such as Charter 77 aside– the “underground” social movement comprised a diffuse andgeneralised sentiment of an “emotive-artistic resistance to statecultur ...…
 
Mark, Euan and Helen with a breakfast special looking at all your delicious suggestions.By BBC Radio Scotland.
 
This week we're putting on our swimsuits and diving deep into the choppy waters of the world of vaccines, how do they help us, and why are people becoming so hesitant to get them. Plus in the news, A new kind of Moon lander, the true cost of streaming videos, and how good are we at spotting postnatal depression in men!…
 
Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith with an extended Spring version of the podcast.By BBC Radio Scotland.
 
A plaque was recently unveiled in Prague honouring one of the modest heroeswho were instrumental in organising the evacuations of hundreds of Jewishwomen and children out of Czechoslovakia before the onset of World War II,where they would otherwise have been wiped out in German concentrationcamps. The name of the heroine is Doreen Warriner and ...…
 
This week Razib talks to two researchers who have published a paper that reconstructs the relationships between a group of people who seem to have been killed in a conflict during the Neolithic in Poland. Show notes https://pxlme.me/Iy2T9T_T
 
In this podcast Mark and Euan look at a few of the current stories in Scottish farming.By BBC Radio Scotland.
 
This week - the mysterious stuff that's passing through you right now, and it literally holds the galaxy together... but we have no idea what it is. We talk to the scientists trying to find out. Plus in the news, the 100 year old technology that's helping us fight infections we can't currently treat. And evidence that wasps can size things up...…
 
Today's guest is Vlad Tarko of Dickinson College. We discuss the life and work of Elinor Ostrom, the 2009 winner of the Nobel Prize in economics. Vlad is the author of Elinor Ostrom: An intellectual biography. We discuss Elinor Ostrom's work on polycentric governance, the management of common-pool resources, and policing. We also discuss the co ...…
 
We tend to thing of our ancient monuments as being special, unique places. But when you begin to count them, it slowly dawns on you that for our ancestors, they were commonplace. In Standing with Stones podcast number 14, Michael and Rupert discuss this aspect of our heritage - and ask whether appreciation of their ubiquity changes our apprecia ...…
 
Mark hears about the Jellicoe Express and Euan is on a recycled plastic boat.By BBC Radio Scotland.
 
How did the working poor live in Prague during the Austro-Hungarian Empire?In the days of the democratic First Czechoslovak Republic? Under Communism?And what about the homeless of today? Two separate yet complementaryexhibitions now at the City of Prague Museum take a novel approach topresenting the capital’s often forgotten, overlooked or unk ...…
 
Check out my website for all of the 28 tips with links https://www.ieltsetc.com/2019/05/28-ways-improve-ielts-vocab/. Get the full vocabulary course in the Members Academy www.ieltsetc.com
 
This week Razib talks to Dr. John Greally on what epigenetics really is, and why it is important. Show notes https://pxlme.me/ZoXCz98p
 
This week Razib talks to Dr. John Greally on what epigenetics really is, and why it is important. Show notes https://pxlme.me/ZoXCz98p
 
Euan McIlwraith looks back at the journey of beaver in Scotland gaining protected status.By BBC Radio Scotland.
 
Paris, Lviv and Prague, over a thousand miles apart yet connected by thefact that they all initiated successful uprisings against their Germanoccupiers during World War II. The Czech capital was the last of the threeto do so, but the action arguably preserved the city’s beauty and led toa battle the Czech nation, previously starved of an opport ...…
 
It's QA time We've got a panel of scientists ready and waiting to tackle the questions you've been sending in. Izzie Clarke was joined by plant ecologist Howard Giffiths, chemist and writer Kit Chapman, reproductive physiologist Bill Colledge, and physicist Ben McAllister.For more podcasts by The Naked Scientists, head to nakedscientists.com/po ...…
 
Celebrations marking the liberation of Plzeň by General Patton’s Army onMay 6th 1945 took place in the West Bohemian city at the weekend. Despitethe cold, thousands of people lined the streets of the city to greet thewar veterans who rode at the head of the Convoy of Liberty organized inremembrance of the event.…
 
A new species of trout, a boat trip on the Tay and some listeners from Nashville drop byBy BBC Radio Scotland.
 
Personal items belonging to the second Czechoslovak president Edvard Benešand his wife Hana, including the late president’s shaving kit and walkingstick, have become part of the collection of the Czech National Museum inPrague. The items were donated to the museum by Hana Benešová’srelatives, who live in the United States.…
 
A recent #ielts process (see diagram on my social media accounts or check the website where I found it (bigadan.com).
 
Razib talks to Rodrigo Martinez of Veritas Genetics about what the age of "social genomics" will mean to us. https://pxlme.me/uWk0IqrZ
 
Razib talks to Rodrigo Martinez of Veritas Genetics about what the age of "social genomics" will mean to us. https://pxlme.me/uWk0IqrZ
 
Mark and Euan set off on the NC500 route around the North of Scotland.By BBC Radio Scotland.
 
A plaque to the previously little-known Doreen Warriner has just beenunveiled in Prague. The Englishwoman saved the lives of hundreds of peopleby helping them escape to the UK just before WWII. Czech and Britishofficials – as well as people rescued by a number of courageous soulslike Warriner 80 years ago – were in attendance at Monday’s ceremony.…
 
This week; horse racing, equine flu, a hedgehog hospital and a trip to the local zoo - we're looking at how vets keep animals healthy and why that's good news for humans too. Plus, how a dose of caffeine perks up a solar panel, cell transplants to boost wound and tissue repair, and a gene breakthrough for obesity...…
 
A very difficult Passage 3 where a Degree in Zoology might help. Here is the text on the website https://www.ieltsetc.com/2019/04/ielts-reading-history-of-the-tortoise/
 
How to use YouTube clips to help you describe processes and cycles in #ielts Academic Writing Task 1.
 
Spencer and Razib discuss who the Denisovans were, where they lived, and what it means for us as humans. https://pxlme.me/UPzHwYX6
 
Spencer and Razib discuss who the Denisovans were, where they lived, and what it means for us as humans. https://pxlme.me/UPzHwYX6
 
Mark and Euan in conversation with nature writer, Jim Crumley.By BBC Radio Scotland.
 
Chris Smith and Adam Murphy head to Edinburgh Science Festival to bring you the best - and the bizarre - from the wonderful world of science. Joining them are Chris Johnson, Head of Computer Science at Glasgow University, Sophie Goggins, Curator of Biomedical Science at National Museums Scotland as well as astrophysicist Beth Biller and microbi ...…
 
Mark and Euan explore the river Ythan from source to sea including a canoe journey on itBy BBC Radio Scotland.
 
Academic Passage 3 Book 11 Test 1 - a really useful text for vocabulary. Also good practice for completing a table and matching researchers. 👩🏻‍🔬👨🏽‍🔬
 
Razib talks to evolutionary psychologist Steve Stewart-Williams about how the origins of our mind can inform how we interact with the world around us. Show notes: https://pxlme.me/cxm84D_0
 
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