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Best Sailor podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Sailor podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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‘On the Wind,’ is THE podcast about offshore sailing, where professional sailor Andy Schell interviews sailors from around the world to discover what inspires them in an effort to inspire you! Andy has interviewed everyone from legends like Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, to tech gurus like Nigel Calder, boat builders like Magnus Rassy (of Hallberg Rassy), inspirational family sailors like Totem, YouTube stars SV Delos & Andy's personal favorite, Arctic sailor and octogenarian Bob Shepton. Thanks f ...
 
In each episode, Victoria L. Johnson (@missoldskool) interviews incredible fans of the popular 90s anime and manga including bestselling authors, indie comic book and manga creators, influencers, musicians, and more. Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, and YouTube. Subscribe to the Sailor Moon Fan Club newsletter on sailormoonfanclub.com or follow the podcast @mooniesclub on Twitter and @moonies_club on Instagram for updates.
 
A reading of Lord Jim, by Joseph Conrad, presented by Maine Maritime Academy's Nutting Memorial Library. Join us each week for an installment of the story, one of tragedy, adventure, and redemption that begins with a life-changing decision made by a young sailor in a moment of crisis.
 
This is podcast, hosted by Mako-chan of Anime Jam Session. She brings together DJ Ranma S of Anime Jam Session with cosplayers Seiya and Yaten Kou of Kinmoku Revolution, and Alkrea of Alkrea Cosplay... Longtime fans of Sailor Moon to talk about the new anime series, Sailor Moon Crystal. They will discuss the episode, comparisons, changes, what to expect, and much much more!
 
Across the Mooniverse is a goofy idea thought up by two nerdy friends who love Sailor Moon. One is a seasoned veteran in the ways of Love and Justice. The other is a fresh-faced newbie choosing to dip their toes in the water after getting full-force DUNKED into the sparkly world of Magical Girls. Mike has questions. Maddie has answers. Neither has a filter. and Both have too much time on their hands. Join us every other Moonday for bishoujo, banter, and bonding! Tsuki ni kawatte oshiokyo!
 
Learning to grow-up on the fly a long way from home: With a passion for the navy, young and naive 16 year old Barney joins his first ship direct from training and is thrown headlong into a man's man world, foolishly bye-passing adolescence in his hunger to be one of the boys. Funny: rude: crude: innocent: loving: full of pathos for those growing up and also the ones who have grown up...
 
This podcast from the Feminist Action Collective takes on modern issues impacting women, including sexual harassment, inequality in everyday circumstances, ideas for how to address everyday sexism, and one hundred kabillion occurrences of the word “patriarchy.” Note that the podcast, while certainly informative, has a mouth like a sailor. A girl sailor.
 
Written by French author Alexandre Dumas, The Count of Monte Cristo follows the life of Edmond Dantes as he embarks on a journey of revenge after being wrongly imprisoned and set up by none other than his so-called friends. Set during the years after the fall of Napoleon’s empire, the story unwinds in several locations including Paris, Marseilles, Rome, Monte Cristo and Constantinople. A handsome young sailor and soon to be ship captain Edmond Dantes seems to have it all in life, as he retur ...
 
For five glorious years, Bilgemunky Radio was a weekly two-hour broadside of pirate music. Be it rap, metal, alternative, or crusty old sea shanties, if it buckles your swash, it gets played! Bilgemunky Radio should be considered PG-13, as songs (and the host) include any number of references to rum, pillaging, or plundering.
 
Hear women tell our own stories, in our own words, and share the truths we've learned and lived through. Hosted by Kelly McCreary, in Season 3 you’ll hear from Phoebe Robinson, Jameela Jamil, Suleika Jaouad, Danya Ruttenberg, Sailor J, Cristela Alonzo, and more. This season is all about Journeys: adventures that illuminate the world and ourselves, unexpected encounters that change our lives when we least expect it, escapes that bring peace and fresh starts, souvenirs we’ve collected along th ...
 
Adaptation of the story of Robinson Crusoe for grammar school children. Tells how the shipwrecked sailor makes a new life for himself on the island, providing shelter, food, and clothing for himself from the few tools he rescued from the ship and what he is able to find on the island. He lives on the island over twenty years before he is finally rescued and during that time must re-invent almost everything necessary for daily sustenance. (Summary from The Baldwin Project.)
 
Bunyip Bluegum the koala sets out on his travels taking only a walking stick. At about lunchtime, feeling more than slightly peckish, he meets Bill Barnacle the sailor and Sam Sawnoff the penguin who are eating a pudding. The pudding is a magic one which, no matter how much you eat it, always reforms into a whole pudding again. He is called Albert, has thin arms and legs and is a bad-tempered, ill-mannered so-and-so into the bargain. His only pleasure is being eaten. The book is divided into ...
 
In this recording, one person reads the entire play, all parts, including the stage directions. Even without the support of Arthur Sullivan’s music and the interpretation of actors, the consummate silliness of Gilbert’s libretto entertains. H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The Lass That Loved a Sailor is a comic opera in two acts, with music by Arthur Sullivan and a libretto by W. S. Gilbert. It opened at the Opera Comique inLondon, England, on 25 May 1878 and ran for 571 performances, which was the sec ...
 
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A self-deprecating quip about our taste in anime? Hardly! We are seekers of quality in all things, much like Super Shiro's fine job upcycling the debris in a polluted pond into a civic cultural site. Mu rocks the house all the way down in Listeners, Minare takes in the sights with her ex in Wave, Listen To Me and the crew of Wacky TV Nanana show us…
 
For Adventures Weekly on 3 July 2020 we are excited to have friend of the show Andrew “Dog” Palfrey checking in with us direct from Cowes, UK to kick of “Season 2”! We chatted about a huge range of topics, from Cadets to TP52’s, RC44’s, Mumm 30’s, the America’s Cup and his three Olympic campaigns! […]…
 
The Saharan dust plumes can make the sky red, but they aren't the source of the old saying "Red skies at night, sailor's delight. Red skies in the morning, sailor take warning." That comes from clouds! Also, we talk about which came first: "yikes" or "yoiks." Read the transcripts: Red Skies. Yoiks. Use the hashtag #WhereIListen to show me where you…
 
In this episode of the Sailor Moon Fan Club podcast, the voice of Usagi in Sailor Moon Crystal and the Sailor Moon VIZ Media redub, Stephanie Sheh, talks about some of her favorite roles, the challenges of directing the upcoming film, Ride Your Wave, remotely, and entering the world of Sailor Moon through working on it!Follow Stephanie ShehTwitter:…
 
#GameOfTwoHalves Ep 88: Setting Lion City Sailors Football Academy apart from others 12:10 mins Synopsis: #GameofTwoHalves is The Straits Times' weekly sports podcast that is out every Tuesday. Money FM's Rachel Kelly calls up ST sports correspondent Sazali Abdul Aziz, as well as a special guest, Tan Li Yu, who is the general manager of the newly-l…
 
Pandemic policies seem to have overlooked the key workers who keep the global trade system afloat: merchant seamen. More than a quarter of a million are at sea unwillingly. Misinformation was a plague even before covid-19. Now it’s a matter of life and death—and of political persuasion. And why pedigree puppies are so pricey in Britain. For full ac…
 
St. Thomas Aquinas is one of the greatest minds in the history of the world. He wrote about authority and leadership in many different ways and in many places. Today, I’d like to begin a series studying his thoughts on leadership and the impact that that can make directly on our modern-day leaders. Join me on this exciting adventure as we begin a t…
 
In today’s world it can be very confusing to figure out exactly what it is we’re supposed to do as leaders. Many people will have many opinions. Leaders bringing concord, leaders charging from the front, leaders supporting all with compassion. St. Thomas Aquinas actually has a very clear vision for leaders. He calls it unity. But what exactly does …
 
Unparalleled surveillance, forced labour, even allegations of ethnic cleansing: atrocities in Xinjiang province carry on. Why are governments and businesses so loth to protest? The field of economics is, at last, facing up to its long-standing race problem. And how covid-19 is scrambling Scandinavians’ stereotypes about one another. For full access…
 
Unparalleled surveillance, forced labour, even allegations of ethnic cleansing: atrocities in Xinjiang province carry on. Why are governments and businesses so loth to protest? The field of economics is, at last, facing up to its long-standing race problem. And how covid-19 is scrambling Scandinavians’ stereotypes about one another. For full access…
 
This week’s episodes:Woodpecker Detective’s Office 10 Over Many Mountains and RiversFruits Basket S2 11 All MineTower of God 12 Underwater Hunt (Part Two),Wacky TV Nanana 10 President! A Hard Cash NegotiationListeners 12 Hello, Goodbye / Listeners 13 Tomorrow Never KnowsWave Listen To Me 12 I Want to Convey It to You The post Let’s Go #158 – Let’s …
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, Joe Biden: Retro or radical? (9:34), the world is not experiencing a second wave of covid-19—it never got over the first (15:25), and a phoney referendum shows that Putin’s legitimacy is fading. Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to …
 
This week’s episodes:Woodpecker Detective’s Office 9 – Events FulfilledFruits Basket S2 10 – Who Are YouTower of God 11 – Underwater Hunt (Part One),Wacky TV Nanana 9 – Streaming! Shipboard Side Hustle HabitsListeners 11 – I Am The RessurectionWave Listen To Me 11 – I Don’t Fear Anaerobic Creatures The post Let’s Go #157 – Let’s Reincarnate As Scan…
 
This week’s episodes:Super Shiro 34 ‘A Hero’s Holiday’Woodpecker Detective’s Office 8 ‘Young Man’Fruits Basket S2 9 ‘My Precious…’Tower of God 10 ‘Beyond The Sadness’Wacky TV Nanana 8 ‘Captured! Terror Aboard the Pirate Ship’Listeners 10 ‘Cross Road Blues’Wave Listen To Me 10 ‘I Have To Do This’ The post Let’s Go #156 – Let’s Ignore Medical Advice …
 
President Trump is celebrating July 4th with four revered forerunners at Mount Rushmore. Anti-racist protests have brought down dozens of smaller monuments in the past month. The president says the left wants to “vandalise our history.” But Americans have never felt less proud of their national identity, according to Gallup. What is the political i…
 
This Nephrite situation is escalating, and we fiercely debate Usagi’s friendship-based choices. Couldn’t we just send Rei in to take care of this in three seconds? Meanwhile, this week’s question sends Jet Wolf spiraling into despair! In the name of the moon, we’ll talk at you! Enjoy what we do? Tip us at Ko-Fi!…
 
Recent Supreme Court rulings might seem like a leftward shift. But Chief Justice John Roberts is leaving loopholes for future conservative challenges. China’s video-sharing social network TikTok was wildly popular in India, until the government pulled the plug this week. And why high-end Bordeaux wines are so (relatively) cheap. For full access to …
 
Recent Supreme Court rulings might seem like a leftward shift. But Chief Justice John Roberts is leaving loopholes for future conservative challenges. China’s video-sharing social network TikTok was wildly popular in India, until the government pulled the plug this week. And why high-end Bordeaux wines are so (relatively) cheap. For full access to …
 
The Economist Asks: David Malpass The president of the World Bank talks to host Anne McElvoy and Henry Curr, our economics editor, about how to stop covid-19 undoing decades of progress on global poverty. A veteran of the Trump and Reagan administrations, David Malpass argues that the private sector needs to step up. And what role should China play…
 
A once-fringe position on annexing the West Bank is now a real prospect. But both international support and opposition are lukewarm; not even Israelis think it a priority. For years, war-crimes allegations hung over Kosovo’s president. Now a court has weighed in—undercutting long-running territorial talks with Serbia. And why flashy homes in Sierra…
 
A once-fringe position on annexing the West Bank is now a real prospect. But both international support and opposition are lukewarm; not even Israelis think it a priority. For years, war-crimes allegations hung over Kosovo’s president. Now a court has weighed in—undercutting long-running territorial talks with Serbia. And why flashy homes in Sierra…
 
A sweeping new national-security law deeply undermines Beijing’s “one country, two systems” approach in the territory; under it, arrests have already been made. What next for Hong Kong’s activists and its businesses? Malawi’s overturned election is a ray of hope that democracy can survive both incumbents’ strongman tactics and covid-19. And the var…
 
A sweeping new national-security law deeply undermines Beijing’s “one country, two systems” approach in the territory; under it, arrests have already been made. What next for Hong Kong’s activists and its businesses? Malawi’s overturned election is a ray of hope that democracy can survive both incumbents’ strongman tactics and covid-19. And the var…
 
25 years ago, the Power Rangers jumped from our TVs to the big screen with their first feature film. With new Zords, new uniforms and a new enemy, the Rangers securely placed themselves in mid-90s nostalgia. Join us as we take a look at this childhood favorite, from how it may or may not fit into the larger Ranger cannon, and behind-the-scenes info…
 
Companies including Unilever, Coca-Cola and Verizon are pulling their ads from Facebook because of its content-moderation policies. Does this spell trouble for the social-media giant? Also, why investors’ love of commercial property is being tested. And, e-sports v traditional sports. Rachana Shanbhogue hosts. Please subscribe to The Economist for …
 
Six months on from the first reports of the coronavirus, this special episode examines the catastrophic and even existential risks to civilisation. Work is already under way to head off future pandemics, but how to prepare—and who can take on preparing—for the gravest threats with the longest odds? For full access to print, digital and audio editio…
 
Six months on from the first reports of the coronavirus, this special episode examines the catastrophic and even existential risks to civilisation. Work is already under way to head off future pandemics, but how to prepare—and who can take on preparing—for the gravest threats with the longest odds? For full access to print, digital and audio editio…
 
#GameOfTwoHalves Ep 90: What Liverpool's first league title in 30 years means to fans 13:40 mins Synopsis: #GameofTwoHalves is The Straits Times' weekly sports podcast that is out every Tuesday. Money FM's Rachel Kelly calls up digital editor of The New Paper Jonathan Roberts, ST assistant sports editor Rohit Brijnath and sports reporter Nicole Chi…
 
Welcome to Nutting Memorial Library's presentation of Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim. In this seventh installment, you'll hear Chapters 14 through 16. Follow along in the text at Project Gutenberg, or read the original publication in Blackwood's Magazine from the Internet Archive (volume 167, beginning at page 511). Gutenberg text: http://www.gutenberg.o…
 
Dylan Magaster is the founder of FLORB Productions, or "floating orb", which , in a nutshell, films interviews with folks into the "alternative house" - think 'tiny house' - movement. Dylan was himself a #vanlifer, until he recently made the jump to a Morgan 38 sailboat and began learning the ways of the sea. Dylan & I spoke last week about his Chr…
 
We all know that leaders have authority and that that authority has an impact on those that they lead. But the question is, “How does that leader make that authority felt with strength while at the same time effectively build up the people that are under him with gentleness?” In his work, De Regno, written to the King of Cyprus, St. Thomas Aquinas …
 
What is the future of public transport in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic? Also, the United Nations’ Assistant Secretary-General on how countries should prepare for future disasters. And could a “carbon surveillance” system help save the planet? Tom Standage hosts Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editi…
 
An entirely predictable pattern is playing out: the states quickest to exit lockdowns are being hit hardest. Can the country get the virus reliably under control? The pandemic has led to staggering amounts of excess plastic waste, now washing up on shores near you. And the growing risks to South Korea’s tradition of bullfighting. For full access to…
 
An entirely predictable pattern is playing out: the states quickest to exit lockdowns are being hit hardest. Can the country get the virus reliably under control? The pandemic has led to staggering amounts of excess plastic waste, now washing up on shores near you. And the growing risks to South Korea’s tradition of bullfighting. For full access to…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, the next catastrophe and how to survive it; (9:40) the risks of annexation for Israel; (21:50) and the Wirecard scandal. Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economist.com/podcastoffer See acas…
 
Welcome back to Silver Millennials! In this episode we go over in our Sailor Moon Round-table Recap covering the Fan Club, the Eternal Movie & Kaguya Myu postponements, Countdown to Usagi's Birthday, Redraw Challenge, Small World Tokyo, reminisce about past events, and catch up on new merchandise! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easi…
 
Impartiality in political journalism is under scrutiny as never before. President Trump took a trademark pop at the “fakers” when he resumed his campaign rallies in Tulsa. Meanwhile the White House has begun decapitating state-funded global news agencies like Voice of America. Can fair-minded reporting survive hyper-partisan politics? John Prideaux…
 
The founders of the United Nations expected it would move with the times. It hasn’t. Can reforms keep all those nations united? The global focus on policing following George Floyd’s death has sparked a reckoning for television shows that distort Americans’ views of cops. And with this weekend’s Glastonbury festival long since postponed, we ask how …
 
The founders of the United Nations expected it would move with the times. It hasn’t. Can reforms keep all those nations united? The global focus on policing following George Floyd’s death has sparked a reckoning for television shows that distort Americans’ views of cops. And with this weekend’s Glastonbury festival long since postponed, we ask how …
 
OOOHHHHH YEAHHHH the guys are back this week and get right into chit chat (1:30)!!! They then get into good housekeeping and first we get the Major Review (3:36), the Patreon Giveaways (15:12) and the regular giveaways (29:09) among other tidbits. The guys then continue the King of the Rings the next two match ups (46:45). We then get weekly purcha…
 
This week: We play Chapter 2 of DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, saving at the "Luna" at the end of the chapter. Next Week: We play Chapter 3! If you'd like to play along, there's a port of this game for Vita, PS4, Steam, and as of very recently, Mobile! ------------------------------------------------- Discord Twitter Ko-fi Merch Youtube Sailor E…
 
Fiction editor Joshua Essoe gives his best tips for writing fight scenes (hint: it's not about the fighting). And he describes how he got his first editing gig, which has led to a solid career as a freelance fiction editor. Get Joshua's book, Essoe's Guides to Writing: Action Sequences. Read the transcript. Use the hashtag #WhereIListen to show me …
 
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