Best Piracy podcasts we could find (Updated June 2019)
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A podcast about the Golden Age of Piracy in the Caribbean, the real men and women that threatened the trade and stability of the Old World empires, the forces that led them to piracy and the myths and stories they inspired.Famous names like Captain Henry Morgan, Henry Avery, Charles Vane, Mary Reed, Anne Bonny, Black Bart Roberts, Ned Low, and Edward 'Blackbeard' Teach will rub elbows with Queens, Kings, Popes, rebellious monks, Caribbean Natives, African Slaves and notorious governors like ...
 
Protect Yourself in the Information Age
 
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Vondran Legal Hour
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Welcome to Vondran Legal Hour. This is Attorney Steve's intellectual property & piracy law channel. Make sure to "FOLLOW" us by clicking on the button. We handle software audits, photo infringement, torrent file sharing defense, TV signal piracy and general copyright and trademark cases.
 
Buccaneers and Pirates of our Coasts is a non-fiction, rolicking story of the origins of piracy and of the famous pirates of the coasts of the United States. The stories don’t cast pirates in the glowing light of modern day renditions – in Stockton’s stories, pirates are bad guys! – but the dramatic style makes them good fun to read, anyway! (Summary by Sibella Denton)
 
A podcast about the Golden Age of Piracy in the Caribbean, the real men and women that threatened the trade and stability of the Old World empires, the forces that led them to piracy and the myths and stories they inspired.Famous names like Captain Henry Morgan, Henry Avery, Charles Vane, Mary Reed, Anne Bonny, Black Bart Roberts, Ned Low, and Edward 'Blackbeard' Teach will rub elbows with Queens, Kings, Popes, rebellious monks, Caribbean Natives, African Slaves and notorious governors like ...
 
Discussing and analyzing Pirates of the Caribbean films, Disney theme park rides, and expanded universe using pirate facts, humor, film critique and Golden Age of Piracy history
 
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Scoundrel's Inn
Weekly
 
Scoundrel's Inn is your home for new music inspired by the Golden Age of piracy. The show airs LIVE every Wednesday night at 9pm central.
 
In its mission to deliver unique, most secure and highly versatile technologies to software publishers and intelligent device manufacturers, Wibu-Systems has developed CodeMeter, a comprehensive and award-winning suite of hardware- and software-based entitlement solutions for the protection of software rights and technical know-how against piracy, reverse engineering, tampering, sabotage, and espionage.
 
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Global Witness
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Derek Broes', former life, he served as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Business Development at Paramount Pictures, A Viacom Company. At Paramount Broes has been responsible for establishing digital strategy, marketing and helping to drive the companies most public partnerships such as the Apple Itunes, Amazon, and Walmart partnerships. Prior to joining Paramount in 2006 Derek lead the global wireless strategy and business development team for Windows Media® at Microsoft Corp., pushing en ...
 
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The Debriefer
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The Debriefer is a real-life legal drama focusing on issues in the news and - particularly - on issues that affect writers. Covering topics such as copyright, libel and censorship, but also piracy, contracts and plagiarism. The Debriefer covers them all, and then some. Presented by award-winning lawyer Donna Ballman and leading literary agent Peter Cox.
 
My name is Ben and I'm doing ablogabout Pirates Constructible Strategy Game! Many of the blog posts will be in written format, but sometimes I'll be doing audio versions as well! Audio versions come from the video blogs, which can be foundhere.Thank you for listening. Please let me know what kind of content or topics you'd like to hear about. a7xfanben@gmail.com
 
The Irish History Podcast brings you on a journey through Ireland's fascinating past. This podcast is not just dates but an enthralling account of Ireland's history, looking at daily life through the ages. The show is currently focused on the Great Irish Famine of the 1840s (see below), while the archive contains the stories of Ireland's ancient High Kings, Viking raiders and the Norman Invasion of the Middle Ages. The story of the Great Famine has proved the most popular to date,Between 184 ...
 
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Setlist
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SETLIST is the music business podcast from CMU, sponsored by 7digital.CMU helps people navigate and understand the music business through media, training, consultancy and education.
 
Podcast by Librarians: Nathan, Lindsey, Amanda, Molly, Kim, & Nate
 
Each episode explores how today’s technology is transforming tomorrow — from our biology, habits, relationships, spaces to our place in the universe.
 
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The After On Podcast
Monthly+
 
A collection of unhurried conversations with world-class thinkers, founders, and scientists.
 
Exploring History, Archaeology, Science, and Culture.
 
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Retronauts
Weekly+
 
The original classic gaming podcasts continues its endless quest to explore the history of video games, one game at a time. Join hosts Jeremy Parish and Bob Mackey each week as they team up with a host of expert guests to chronicle the creations that have paved the way for today's hits. From forgotten black-and-white arcade machines to modern-day remakes, Retronauts spans more than four decades of vintage gaming greatness!
 
An adventure novel with an unexpected hero, Captain Blood follows the unintended journey of chivalrous and well-educated gentleman Peter Blood, who without much choice was plunged into the world of piracy forcing him to leave his tranquil lifestyle behind. Sabatini first introduced his protagonist in a series of eight short stories published in magazine installments, until later weaving them together in 1922 as a novel. Set in the late 17th century, the novel begins with the image of Peter B ...
 
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Black Star Passes
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Follow along with Arcot, Morey, and Wade as they discover a revolutionary form of propulsion, visit our neighboring planets, and go up against aliens from a rogue solar system that passes close to our own. These three stories (Piracy Preferred, Solarite, and The Black Star Passes) were originally published as a serial in Amazing Stories magazine. Read by Scott D. Farquhar of Prometheus Radio Theatre
 
Podcasts from the Faculty of Classics.
 
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Behind the Record
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This is a podcast where I talk about various aspects of popular music and the music industry in the United States. I consider studio technology, recording labels, streaming services, piracy, and more.
 
A beginner friendly Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition actual play podcast, featuring a series of micro campaigns and a rotating cast of characters.
 
A podcast with Al Jackson & Frank Caliendo
 
A history of the pirating activities along and around the "Barbary coast" between the 15th and 19th centuries, from the time of the pirate, Ujra Barbarossa, to the French control of Algeria in 1830. Although piracy had plagued all the world's waterways from the first time man decided to trade by boat or ship, authors Lane-Poole and Kelley tell mainly of the origins and "Golden Age" of the Moor pirates who rampaged the Mediterranean Sea from ports of call along the north coast of Africa. - Su ...
 
A dark tale of adventure, piracy, murder, and revenge set on a rugged Cornish island in the mid-1700s. Told with the literary excellence to be expected from the author of The Four Feathers, the tale begins with a dangerous youth who sat in the stocks, and a girl named Helen, and a gang of men watching a granite house at the edge of the sea. NOTE: Contains some language that would be considered offensive to the modern ear. (Christine Dufour)
 
A General History of the Robberies and Murders of the most notorious Pyrates is a 1724 book containing biographies of contemporary pirates. It's author uses the name Captain Charles Johnson, generally considered a pseudonym.The real identity of the author was thought by some scholars to be Daniel Defoe, although this has since been disputed. The publisher Nathaniel Mist or somebody working for him are other suggested authors.In the first volume, "Johnson" sticks fairly close to the available ...
 
Aderra Founder and CEO Ed Donnelly discusses the current state of file sharing.
 
The Life, Adventures & Piracies of the Famous Captain Singleton is a "bipartite adventure story whose first half covers a traversal of Africa, and whose second half taps into the contemporary fascination with piracy. It has been commended for its depiction of the homosexual relationship between the eponymous hero and his religious mentor, the Quaker, William Walters." (Summary by Wikipedia).
 
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Funk Radio
Rare
 
Join your hosts Kyle and Peter for this quirky podcast that tackles a variety of musical topics.
 
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SDFF Presents...
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Join the gang as they chat about random things, and serve up a slice of comedy improv, straight to your listening holes!
 
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Ready, Set, Fail!
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In 1932, Australia declared war on a bird. In 1958, Ford Motors manufactured a car that nobody asked for. In 2003, Bravo produced a "Gay Bachelor" series using straight men. And in 2018, they all ended up on a podcast that two guys made in their tiny Los Angeles apartment. And they all failed happily ever after.Ready, Set, Fail! is a new comedy podcast from Beau Rawlins and Will Lentz about the wildest endeavors and their unfortunate, yet inevitable failure. From a simple kids game turned pu ...
 
Visual novel podcast for community vets and newcomers alike. We keep you informed, engaged, and entertained about visual novels.
 
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The Bix Show
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David Bixenspan talks to friends and other guests from the worlds of pro wrestling and sometimes MMA.
 
Three Science Fiction stories by the great Gerald Vance: Monsoons of Death is a very nice blend of horror story and a study of true bravery on the planet Mars. A newly commissioned lieutenant finds out a lot about both! In Larson's Luck, Vance takes us on a light hearted jaun into hot shot space ship pilots, piracy and the good part of breaking the rules. The last story, Vital Ingredient, takes the listener far into the future when the sport of boxing still has two musceled opponents battlin ...
 
Hosted by various WFMU personalities, Radio Free Culture is a weekly program that explores digital culture, net neutrality, piracy, the broadcast spectrum, digital rights, and archives and libraries in the internet age. We'll be interviewing some of the nation's key figures at the intersection of music, multimedia, and digital technology. This program is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
 
Learn all about the audiobook, ebook and e-reader industry!
 
Buccaneers is non-fiction, a highly readable history of how piracy began and spread throughout the region in response to the plundering of Spanish colonialism. It is written with great flair for the dramatic by the author of The Lady or the Tiger?If you care to read along while listening, the online text features a facsimile version of Buccaneers & Pirates that includes an antique map of the Caribbean which is a nice reference for readers and listeners for islands’ names, ports, hideaways, a ...
 
Words, wisdom, and explicit nerdery from some Funny and Handsome Guys.
 
In 1822, Aaron Smith, a young English seaman, was taken captive by Cuban pirates when his ship was boarded en route from Jamaica to England. Forced to work as a navigator and as a member of pirate boarding parties, he witnessed unspeakable acts of murder and torture. Befriended by a young Cuban woman, he managed to escape with his life, but was arrested as a pirate in Havana and sent back to England in chains. There, he found himself on trial for his life at the Old Bailey courthouse—with th ...
 
Weekly Tech Update covers the latest and hottest tech news from around the web. This weekly podcast is the official podcast of BCCHardware.com.
 
"Inside Independent Publishing (with IBPA)" wants to make you a smarter publisher by giving you access to powerful ideas, strategies, and tools for success. Our interview guests are independent publishers, author publishers, and hybrid publishers, as well as distributors, printers, typographers, reviewers, booksellers, marketers, visionaries, and opinion leaders from all sectors of the book publishing industry.We are sponsored and supported by the Independent Book Publishers Association, the ...
 
Tortuga Nights is the longest running Pirates of the Caribbean Fancast hosted by friends and partners in piracy Ben Dunn, Brad Rohloff and Ian Ramsay. Join these salty dogs as they discuss the franchise from stern to bow: All the currently available films, the highly anticipated upcoming installment (PotC 5: DMTNT), and maybe even venture into some uncharted waters (Kingdom Hearts 2, anyone?). So, grab some rum, pick some apples and prepare to set sails for an extremely serious critical anal ...
 
Why $0.00 Is the Future of Business. In the digital marketplace, the most effective price is no price at all, argues Anderson (The Long Tail). He illustrates how savvy businesses are raking it in with indirect routes from product to revenue with such models as cross-subsidies (giving away a DVR to sell cable service) and freemiums (offering Flickr for free while selling the superior FlickrPro to serious users). New media models have allowed successes like Obama's campaign billboards on Xbox ...
 
In this podcast Sean Cottrell, CEO and founder of LawInSport, interviews leading sports lawyers, business executives, academics and athletes about the latest issues and legal developments in the world of sport. LawInSport is the world's leading sports law website, described as the "go to resource" for sports lawyers.
 
Heresy and High Piracy in the 41st Millenium a Dark Heresy / Rogue Trader Adventure.
 
Plague, piracy and payments to members of Parliament! The town of Bristol, England in the Sixteenth Century was a fascinating place, and John Latimer's book is a comprehensive guide to this period, describing royal visits from both Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, as well as detailing contemporary pastimes such as wrestling competitions, bear-baiting and traveling players. He explains the sanitary arrangements, dreadful postal service and the difficulty of moving from the status of town to "City" ...
 
Hosted by various WFMU personalities, Radio Free Culture is a weekly program that explores digital culture, net neutrality, piracy, the broadcast spectrum, digital rights, and archives and libraries in the internet age. We'll be interviewing some of the nation's key figures at the intersection of music, multimedia, and digital technology. This program is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
 
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Poolside Podcast
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Welcome to the Poolside Podcast, where we discuss music, movies, tv shows, and any other fun topic that comes up in conversation. Grab a drink, and sit back and relax, Poolside.
 
The Sprites and Dice crew gather in their corner of the internet to discuss what they love best: video games and tabletop.
 
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We recorded this discussion waaaaaay back when we could still have Kim around to talk about books with. She's doing committee work that means she can't really talk to us about any YA books this year. We miss her, so we figured you might too.This discussion gets off to a less than professional start because we were intending to talk about a diff ...…
 
New developments in privacy law in Europe, and fair use, piracy, and widespread infringement by high-tech players remain big challenges for publishers. Publishing attorney Jonathan Kirsch analyzes a changing landscape. Topics include: How the European Union’s GDPR privacy laws are tightening up data collection and possibly placing even US-based ...…
 
This week’s episode of Setlist is the last in our series of episodes marking CMU’s 20th birthday, in which we have been looking back at the 20 biggest stories CMU has covered over the last two decades. This time we look at what was once the biggest piracy site on the internet, and how it has survived where so many others have sunk. Setlist is s ...…
 
On this episode, we are joined by Professor Charles Ewen for a discussion about the archaeology of piracy, and a look at one of history's most notorious figures: the legendary pirate Blackbeard. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 26: Blackbeard and the Archaeology of Piracy appeared first on Seven Ages.…
 
What cost is privacy? Can we even still hold onto the notion that we have any privacy in the digital world? Al & Frank discuss their fears of lack of privacy, whether it can be held onto and what might be happening to it as they try and be serious about the wide scope of what is privacy and who controls it.…
 
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last seven days, including the FTC's all-day session on the American ticketing market and the new proposals in US Congress that followed, allegations about how many Universal masters were actually lost in a big fire a decade ago, and DJ Khaled's beef with ...…
 
Good evening internets! Join Andy, Steve and Rich as they question whether humanity is heading towards a utopia. A taster of this weeks subjects: Moon mysteries, space debris, Meth addicted squirrels and religious zealots.By SDFF.
 
We're returning to the sea, and our overall narrative. This is the tale of William Dampier, Charles Swan, and The crew of Cygnet as they leave the Americas behind and sail west into the largest body of water in the world.By Matt Albers.
 
We're returning to the sea, and our overall narrative. This is the tale of William Dampier, Charles Swan, and The crew of Cygnet as they leave the Americas behind and sail west into the largest body of water in the world.By Matt Albers.
 
We celebrate our 4th anniversary with quite the show.By Scoundrel's Inn.
 
Frank's wife Michele joins the guys to talk about her toe picture obsession, PTSD by proxy, the Netflix documentary series 'Abducted In Plain Sight' and more.By Al Jackson & Frank Caliendo.
 
This morning, TED posted a talk I just gave at their annual conference (on 11 days notice!). Kevin Rose interviewed me about my talk for his podcast. I’m posting his interview here as well.
 
The stories we tell about technology are mostly positive, they connect our world and make the impossible possible. But when it comes to the technologies used by disabled people, these stories are often lazy and reinforce damaging stereotypes. In this episode, Ashley Shew (Virginia Tech) explores what these stereotypes are and how technology isn ...…
 
The second part of our journey into roguelike history sees experts Jason Wilson and John Harris join Bob Mackey and Jeremy Parish to explore the protoplasmic origins of the genre's console renditions through the near-perfection of Shiren the Wanderer.
 
In August 1849 Queen Victoria arrived in a famine ravaged Ireland. Contrary to what we might expect there were no protests and in many places the Queen received a rapturous welcome. However this only tells part of the story. This podcast takes you on a journey deep into one of Dublin's most notorious slums - St Michan's. There we follow the liv ...…
 
Al & Frank talk about Elementary School "graduations", meeting sports heroes and discuss what the meaning and value is of ownership.By Al Jackson & Frank Caliendo.
 
Now that Disney's live-action Aladdin movie is out, we finally have a great excuse to jump back in time 25 years to examine the animated version of that property—one that was oddly important to the 16-bit console wars. Virgin Interactive's Genesis game mostly overshadowed Capcom's SNES interpretation thanks to some still-impressive technical tr ...…
 
“I will make no concession. My father made concessions, and he was beheaded.” Those words were spoken by King James II of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. They proved to be the harbinger of three revolutions that would shape British society until this very day.By Matt Albers.
 
“I will make no concession. My father made concessions, and he was beheaded.” Those words were spoken by King James II of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. They proved to be the harbinger of three revolutions that would shape British society until this very day.By Matt Albers.
 
A show of traditional, public domain, sea shanties, sailing and drinking songs.By Scoundrel's Inn.
 
In this new episode, Derek and the guys discuss different types of fans, from anti-fans to toxic fans.By Poolside Podcast.
 
Resident Evil 4 has quietly been one of the most influential games of the past 20 years, and now that a shiny new port is available on the Nintendo Switch, there's never been a better time to dig into the game that redefined the third-person shooter genre. Capcom took an incredible risk by throwing out nearly everything that defined the series ...…
 
Shenanigans are always afoot on the internet, and music is no exception! Some songs have enjoyed unexpected fame from bizarre trolls and jokes.Find more episodes at www.getyourfunk.comBy Overmental Podcasts.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Frank R. Stockton.
 
Welcome to the inaugral episode of Stephen Pyes Incredible Conversations! This week we discuss television and technology - including full spoilers for HBO's Chernobyl and Game of Thrones.By SDFF.
 
David Lampitt is the Managing Director Group Operations at Sportradar AG. In this interview David talks about his broad ranging career in sport, his role at Sportradar, the growth of the business and... In this podcast Sean Cottrell, CEO and founder of LawInSport, interviews leading sports lawyers, business executives, academics and athletes ab ...…
 
Thanks for helping me reach 200 subscribers! Podcast with Mike Selinker!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C22CqXk1gzw Not doing customs as much because ES done, AoS can’t be a priority considering everything else and lack of opportunities to use the massive amount of customs out there. https://pirateswithben.com/epic-seas-my-custom-fantasy-set- ...…
 
A melodic night to start of the month. Deep cuts if you willBy Scoundrel's Inn.
 
Who was Charles II, King of England, Ireland, & Scotland? His reign defined the era of the English Buccaneers, and his flaws were largely responsible for the growing division in British society.By Matt Albers.
 
Who was Charles II, King of England, Ireland, & Scotland? His reign defined the era of the English Buccaneers, and his flaws were largely responsible for the growing division in British society.By Matt Albers.
 
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