Best Swine podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Popcultured Swine
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Welcome to the Popcultured Swine podcast, where you can hear me and my lisp do a weekly roundup of celebrity gossip! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/popculturedswine/support
 
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Uncultured Swine
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Three Uncultured Swine get together and discuss critically acclaimed movies. One of us kind of knows what they are talking about. Us other two definitely do not. Come along on a journey with us where we attempt to find out why movies win awards, how we think we can make them better, and copious amounts of Star Wars References.
 
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Witness History
Daily
 
History as told by the people who were there.
 
This is a podcast series based up on the Truffle Media Update email. Subscribe at http://www.trufflemedia.com/agmedia/signup
 
The Instance: Weekly radio for fans and lovers of World of Warcraft and all things Blizzard. We don't take sides, we don't whine, we just give you the facts, news and tips that you want and need for your favorite online addictions. Come meet us at the stone for another Instance!
 
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Darkest Night
Monthly
 
Darkest Night is a binaural audio drama that places you, the listener, at the center of a recovered memory that sounds as though it’s happening around you in real time. Each chapter delves into the last memories of the recently deceased, slowly revealing a horrifying master plan. Who is weaving this master conspiracy, and what is their ultimate goal? Subscribe now to find out, and wear headphones for the best, most terrifying results. Darkest Night is narrated by Lee Pace (The Hobbit Films, ...
 
What new bourbon are we pumped about? Which hiking trail are we exploring? Why is the next supercar so cool? The Manual is a website dedicated to helping men live a more engaged life. Each week, our Editors and guests get together for a round-table discussion on what’s new, exciting, and unique in the men’s lifestyle world. So pop open your favorite brew, step into your man cave and start streaming.
 
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New York — Despite low consumer confidence and wild swings on Wall Street, retail giant Nordstrom opened a new concept store under a new name – Treasure and Bond – in Soho last week that will donate all profits to charity. The 11,000-square-foot store on West Broadway that opened last Friday will donate profits to New York Public Library Programs for Children and Young Adults and The Achievement Gap Project. The idea came from Vogue editor Anna Wintour, according to executive vice president ...
 
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Between The Rows
Weekly
 
Between The Rows is a weekly podcast featuring the Glacier FarmMedia editorial team bringing you the ‘story behind the stories’ in ag news and markets.Drawing from our more than 20 print and online brands, our reporting staff will discuss the top stories and latest developments in agriculture today.The 25-30 minute weekly program is built around a team of rotating journalist-hosts that include: Laura Rance, Glacier FarmMedia Editorial Director Gord Gilmour, Manitoba Co-operator Editor Ed Whi ...
 
Agricultural News for farmers covering crop, planting forecast, agricultural weather, agricultural policies, politics, agricultural science, and everything related to farming news.
 
Urner Barry is dedicated to being a timely, accurate and unbiased business publisher specializing in the reporting of market news and quotations for ALL segments of the food industry, while relentlessly pursuing innovation for the benefit of our clients.
 
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Pig Talk is all about raising, breeding and selling swine. There's stuff for newbies and stuff for old hands too.
 
The Muppet Show After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of ABC's The Muppet Show.Show Summary: Jim Henson's lovable Muppets return to the small screen in this mockumentary-style series that follows their personal and professional lives.
 
What change do you want to make most in your life right now? Join us on this amazing journey and spiritual adventure! The “Inner Power Hour” hosted by "The Inner Power Doctor," Antonia M, PhD, helps you to harness your inner power and experience positive, radical growth. Learn to stop struggling and start flowing. Tune in, be enlightened, and make major breakthroughs in your personal, professional and spiritual life.Follow Dr. M on Twitter @DrAntoniaM. Dr. M is the author of The Inner Power ...
 
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Manitoba Co-operator editor Gord Gilmour discusses the concerns local landowners have as the provincial government considers off-loading drainage licensing to municipalities, Adam Reid of Buhler Industries talks about why the company decided to join forces with Kubota to help “fill a hole” in its product line, and Mike Jubinville of Glacier Mar ...…
 
Single Malt Scotch is tremendously popular right now and for good, delicious, reasons. On today's episode we're joined by Holly Seidewand and Drew Record of Bacardi to discuss all things Scotch. From what it requires to actually be considered Scotch, to some of the interesting ways they became involved, you'll probably be wanting a Single Malt ...…
 
A British doctor published an article in the leading medical journal The Lancet in 1998 that led to a global panic over the triple vaccine protecting children against measles, mumps and rubella.Dr Andrew Wakefield linked the MMR vaccine with autism. He advocated the use of single vaccines instead while the link was explored.Meanwhile many paren ...…
 
The post Deploying Broadband Internet Access in Indiana and Planter Calibration this Spring on the HAT Thursday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
Welcome back to Sundays episode which is now on Wednesdays! Cohost Megan joins me and we discuss all the chaos going down in Tinseltown Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/popculturedswine/support This podcast is sponsored by Flipboard and Anchor
 
Electricity workers in Mexico City accidentally uncovered a massive stone sculpture in 1978. It turned out to be the Aztec Goddess of the Moon, Coyolxauhqui. The sculpture was found in an area where the Aztecs, 500 years earlier, had built the capital of their empire: the city of Tenochtitlán. The discovery changed the face of the Mexican capit ...…
 
The post Logistics Problems Mount as Nebraska Floods Expand and How You Can Help on the HAT Wednesday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
On March 26th 1989, Soviet citizens were given their first chance to vote for non-communists in parliamentary elections. Democrats led by Boris Yeltsin won seats across the country. Dina Newman spoke to Sergei Stankevich who was one of the successful candidates.This programme was first broadcast in 2014.(Photo: Boris Yeltsin on the campaign tra ...…
 
The post Hoosier Homestead and National Ag Day Celebrations at Statehouse on the HAT Tuesday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
The story of how one of the wealthiest men in the Netherlands was exposed as a Nazi war criminal. In the 1970s, Pieter Menten was a respected art dealer, but it was revealed that during the Second World War, he had led mass killings in eastern Poland. We hear from Dutch journalist, Hans Knoop, whose investigation into Menten caused a national s ...…
 
The post An Update on China Negotiations and a Late and Difficult Planting Season Ahead on the HAT Monday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
Sunday episodes will now be on Wednesdays with Megan until May while we wait for the new season of The Bachelorette! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/popculturedswine/support
 
Primatologist Frans de Waal has spent his lifetime studying the lives of animals, especially our closest cousins, the chimpanzees. de Waal has observed their shifting alliances and the structure of their political ranks. He has seen bitter conflicts break out, only to be mended by peaceful, respected mediators. And he has witnessed chimpanzees ...…
 
What if 2019 is the best Blizzcon of all time? A breakdown of what we have seen in patch 8.1.5 including war campaign story, redone battlegrounds, and a little talk about PortalGate 2019. Hati is back for hunters btw. The WoW classic release plan is out there now. All the news around blizzard and more!…
 
It’s finally the finale, we made it y’all! Roll tide! Colton is in love with Cassie and Cassie is....along for the ride. We also find out who the new Bachelorette is. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/popculturedswine/support This podcast is sponsored by Flipboard and Anchor
 
Envy: it's an unflattering, miserable emotion. And it's universal. All of us, at some time or another, will experience that feeling of wanting what someone else has, and resenting them for having it. Of course, like all human emotions, envy has a purpose. It's a tool for social comparison, one that can alert us to imbalances in the social hiera ...…
 
Truffle Media Update 0028 Show Notes: Pork on the Menu! This panel talks about how pork is thought of on menus and what chefs are doing to engage consumers around food with pork. Panel: Ernie Meier, McDonald's; Dominic Iannarelli, Splash/Jethros; Jonathan Cook, Iowa Event Center Executive Sous Chef. Moderated by Dallas Hockman, National Pork Pr ...…
 
In the 1950s, US engineers were sent to Afghanistan to build a huge dam.The aim was to irrigate the deserts of Helmand.The town of Lashkar Gah was built to house the workers.Photo: Lashkar Gah from the air, 1957.
 
The post Skepticism That E15 Rule Will be in Place by June 1 and Crop Insurance Confusion on the HAT Friday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
This week we cover the import volumes of shrimp into the U.S., trends in consumer purchasing, demand levels, and more.
 
With St. Patrick's Day almost upon us, we figured it was a great time to talk about Irish Whiskey. Today's guest is Tim Herlihy, who is a former egg farmer, turned US Ambassador for Tullamore D.E.W. Tim recounts his own incredible journey to becoming a whiskey expert and along the way discusses the fascinating history of Irish Whiskey. You'll c ...…
 
Allan Dawson of the Manitoba Co-operator reports on conversations at the Canadian Crops Convention about China’s decision to block Richardson International’s canola shipments (includes audio recordings of Chrystia Freeland, Canada’s minister of foreign affairs, and David Dzisiak past chair of the Canola Council of Canada), a quick take with Mar ...…
 
In March 1969, the cult American author, Kurt Vonnegut, published his famous anti-war novel, Slaughterhouse-Five. The novel is a mixture of science fiction and Vonnegut's experiences as a prisoner-of-war during the fire-bombing of the German city of Dresden at the end of World War Two. Simon Watts introduces the memories of Kurt Vonnegut, as re ...…
 
The post Nitrogen Application May be a Problem and It’s National Ag Day on the HAT Thursday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
Chinese scientists used ancient traditional medicine to find a cure for malaria in the 1970s. Artemisinin was discovered by exploring a herbal remedy from the 4th century, a small team of scientists managed to harness the medicinal properties from the Artemisa Annua plant. It can cure most forms of malaria with very few side effects and has sav ...…
 
The post National Ag Week Events Happening Across Indiana and US and Sony Electronics Getting into Agriculture on the HAT Wednesday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
How's this for adventure tourism? A close encounter with a 10-foot long lizard with razor-sharp teeth and a venomous bite from a mouth swimming in noxious bacteria. It can be yours in Komodo National Park in Indonesia's East Nusa Tenggara province, about an hour's flight east of Bali. It's one of the areas the central government has targeted in ...…
 
Truffle Media Update 0027 Show Notes: Caroline Roper Warwick, a science communication specialist at the University of Florida Mid-Florida Research and Education Center, Apopka, FL, shares her expertise in developing impactful and concise science communication. Caroline presents a case study focused on the idea that "just publishing and presenti ...…
 
The fascination with True Crime tales seems to have reached a new audience and height with the advent of story-telling podcasts. We interview Matthew Shaer, host of Over My Dead Body now available from Wondery. Matthew is a veteran reporter for such outlets as the New York Times. He discusses the particular case that his podcast is about, what ...…
 
As communism was crumbling in the early 1990s a spoof made for Soviet TV, persuaded some Russians that Vladimir Lenin's personality had been seriously affected by hallucinogenic mushrooms. The mushrooms in question were the deadly poisonous fly agaric fungi which the programme alleged Lenin had eaten whilst in exile in Siberia. Dina Newman has ...…
 
The post Projections Call for Another Breakeven Year for Pork Producers and a New Fungicide from BASF on the HAT Tuesday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
In 1942, during the Second World War, the British colony of Singapore fell to Japanese forces. Its capture marked the start of Japan's three-and-a-half year occupation of the island state, during which many ethnic Chinese living in Singapore were rounded up and killed. Louise Hidalgo has been listening to the memories of some of those who lived ...…
 
The post USDA’s Increased Farm Income Projection Explained and Are Trait Stacks Worth it? on the HAT Monday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
Bet you’d seen the last of me!! But I’m back with a new Sunday episode filled with Taylor Swift, Kardashian, and Jonas Brother gossip Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/popculturedswine/support This podcast is sponsored by Flipboard
 
This week we are introduced to Urner Barry's newest Red Meat Market Researchers, Jocelyn Garcia Rojas, Chloe Krimmel, and Holly Graga. We talk the Mexican Beef Market, Texas A&M Beef 101, and More. Listen for a good laugh.
 
The post ARC and PLC Decision Could Impact Your Crop Insurance Decision on the HAT Friday Morning Edition appeared first on Hoosier Ag Today.
 
Yvonne Conolly was appointed head of Ringcross Primary school in North London in 1969. She had moved to the UK from Jamaica just a few years earlier and quickly worked her way up the teaching profession. She faced racist threats when she first took up the post but refused to allow them to define her relationship with the children she taught.Pho ...…
 
Dr. Egan Brockhoff, veterinarian with Prairie Swine Health Services, sheds light on the African swine fever virus and its threat to the Canadian hog industry, Jennifer Blair with the Alberta Farmer Express reports on Alberta brewers using blockchain technology to tell – and sell – the story of beer, and Bruce Burnett with MarketsFarm offers an ...…
 
The title of this show may seem to be at odds with itself, but we assure, it's not. With the current fascination of Marie Kondo-style cleaning, we take a look at another trend called Swedish Death Cleaning. It turns out, it doesn't involve death really, but could definitely make your life better. Also Chase lets us know what some of the great t ...…
 
Melina Mercouri, famous actress turned politician, visited Britain in 1983 as Greek Minister of Culture and made the first official request for the return of the Parthenon marbles.The marbles were removed in 1801 by Lord Elgin, who was the British Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire at the time. Lord Elgin, who was based in Istanbul sent his agent ...…
 
I wish I could say the fence jump was the craziest thing to happen this episode but it isn’t. Buckle up for one of the most dramatic episodes in Bachelor history Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/popculturedswine/support This podcast is sponsored by Flipboard
 
In March 1998 Zoilamérica Narváez publicly accused her step-father, Nicaragua's revolutionary leader, Daniel Ortega of having sexually abused her since she was a child. The 31-year-old Narváez said that the abuse had continued for almost twenty years. Ortega, who was re-elected as Nicaragua's president for a third consecutive term in 2016, has ...…
 
The first Barbie doll was sold in 1959. Ruth Handler, one of the founders of the Mattel toy company who created Barbie, describes how it took years to convince her male colleagues that it would sell.Picture: Ruth and Elliot Handler, creators of Barbie. Courtesy of Mattel Inc.
 
Sayeeda Warsi made history when she was appointed to the Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government's Cabinet in May 2010, and was also made Conservative party co-chair. The daughter of working-class Pakistani immigrants, she walked up Downing Street for her first Cabinet meeting dressed in a traditional South Asian salwar-kameez; i ...…
 
Truffle Media Update 0017 Show Notes: From the 2018 Ag Media Summit in Scottsdale, Arizona, the panel session "Manage your Career" offers thoughts on dealing with changes, understanding your goals, and developing a career plan. From the 2018 Ag Media Summit Agenda, Phoenix, AZ, USA - "Whether you're just starting out or you're a more seasoned p ...…
 
No one wants my Azerite gear. We have a date with Trolls and Pirates! The art stream was really well done. Classic also got some news! A look around blizz and more!
 
Truffle Media Update 0026 Show Notes: There is science behind meat! In this episode on meat quality, Collette Kaster of Kaster Solutions and PIC Meat Scientists Dr. Neal Matthews and Brandon Fields offer viewpoints on management and technology. Subscribe to the Truffle Media Update podcast series on iTunes: https://agtoday.us/tmn-update-podcast…
 
On March 1st 1989 Icelanders were allowed to buy full-strength beer for the first time in decades. Beer had been outlawed in the country since 1915. Roger Protz has been looking into the history of prohibition in Iceland. Photo: A bartender pouring beer. Credit: Getty Creative Stock/iStock.
 
Cachaça has been being distilled for over 500 years in Brazil, but is still just now becoming widely known in the United States. On today's episode we are joined by Avua owner Pete Nevenglosky, as he walks us through the fascinating history of this spirit. He'll also provide a guide for beginners when it comes to drinking Cachaça and some insig ...…
 
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