Best Whisky podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Bernie Griffen or Deputy Paul bring you a piece of American Country and Blues each week. Border Radio... it’s the tear in your beer, it’s the whisky grit, it’s Border Radio, broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Sunday evenings from 7pm.
 
Ideas is all about ideas \x96 programs that explore everything from culture and the arts to science and technology to social issues.
 
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Gastropod
Monthly+
 
Food with a Side of Science & History
 
Bringing real men's perspectives; unfiltered, unapologetic. Recorded live in the Living Podcariously studio in World Famous Cocoa Beach, FL. Hosted by Adam, Tach, Jay and Andrea Joy!
 
Investigating every aspect of the food we eat
 
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Whisky & Words
Monthly
 
Whisky & Words is an exploration of writers and what makes them tick. Hosted by author David Olsen, each episode showcases a different writer at varying stages in their careers, where the writer shares a piece of their work and engages in an in-depth discussion around it. The questions cover all aspects of their creative process; their background, motivations, inspirations and what they enjoy most about playing with words. With writing to entertain, questions to inform and personal stories t ...
 
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Drinks Adventures
Monthly+
 
Drinks Adventures is a new podcast for adventurous drinkers of beer, wine, spirits, cider… and everything in between.Hosted by drinks writer James Atkinson, Season One begins in Sepember 2018 and will feature brands including Sullivans Cove Whisky, Penfolds Wines, Sipsmith Gin, Bruny Island Cheese & Beer, Willie Smith’s Cider, De Ja Vu Sake and more.The impetus for the podcast is the many exciting trends we are currently witnessing across all categories of premium drinks.Winemakers, brewers ...
 
Mostly Money is a personal finance, business, and entrepreneurship podcast for average people.It's a light hearted look into all things money related (and sometimes beyond). From personal investing, starting a business, marketing, management and more, there are interviews, jokes, education, and no intimidation.It's mostly about money, but sometimes things get off topic. Like fast cars, fatty foods, movies, science, and more. Basically it'll cover whatever random thoughts are going through Pr ...
 
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Bury the Lede
Monthly+
 
Winnipeg Free Press writers Erin Lebar and Jen Zoratti chat about trending topics, life in Winnipeg and, really, whatever else they want to – their pod, their rules. They’re basically Statler and Waldorf, but cuter.
 
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Ale of a Time
Monthly+
 
An Australian podcast about beer and beer stuff.
 
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Dork Uncorked
Monthly+
 
The right bottle, for the right occasion, for the right price
 
Radio Mojo offers the best of eating, drinking and living in Hawaii. Host Jo McGarry brings a Scottish accent and a love of an ever changing culinary scene A show about food, wine and single malts, peppered with interviews with some of the best chefs, distillers, mixologists and winemakers in the world.
 
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AngryDadTalk
Daily+
 
Welcome to the AngryDadTalk podcast... there will be whisky, beers, cigars, laughs and tears on this journey
 
Pop culture, TV, movies and whatever else is on our minds, from the people who brought you the most popular and influential radio show in Georgetown University's history. Hilarity and hi-jinks ensue.
 
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Booze Cruise
Monthly
 
Your weekly chat with guests who rock the ( global ) hospitality industry in their own way, with their own habits and in their own niche of hospitality. Please subscribe if you like to hear me pick the brain of our industry's rockstars all over the world.
 
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Citizen Radio
Daily
 
Citizen Radio is hosted by Allison Kilkenny and is dedicated to covering the stories that the mainstream, corporate media ignores. It's like Democracy Now but with much more swearing. They have interviewed such distinct intellectuals, bands, and comics such as Noam Chomsky, Ralph Nader, Rachel Maddow, Melissa Harris-Perry, Tariq Ali, Howard Zinn, Matt Taibbi, Rise Against, System of a Down, Anti-Flag, Bad Religion, Jeremy Scahill, Robin Williams, Matt Besser, Janeane Garofalo, and more. “[Ci ...
 
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ImPerfect Pour
Monthly+
 
The Imperfect Pour is a web-show about the history, the science, the tradition and the stupid of alcohol. In the show we will record us sampling different alcoholic (and non-alcoholic) treats, reviewing them and screwing with them. Think of Mythbusters met Good Eats met Three Sheets. Each episode will have a theme (sometimes serious but mostly silly) and will evolve along the way.
 
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Chlapské reči
Rare
 
Podcast blogu pre mužov-Man About. Blog nájdete na www.manabout.eu. Vojdite do mužského sveta a užívajte si.
 
Talking with folks that are interested in the journey of u2 and their connections with that
 
Savoring Each Sip
 
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High Resolution
Weekly
 
Bringing clarity to how the best companies approach, communicate, and deploy design. We’ve hand-picked the design industry’s 25 greatest influencers and change-makers to bring you 1000min of deep-dive conversation. Hosted by Bobby Ghoshal and Jared Erondu.
 
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We spend this episode chatting with Slug Media founders Thomas Obungen and Grant "Chuggy Bear" Shindo. They chat about their food upbringing, favorite places to eat and talk about how Chuggy's Super Secret Supper Club took off. Good food and great conversation. Enjoy!
 
Jen and Erin unintentionally dive deep into a theme of money this week, discussing the U.S. university admission scandal, the section of the federal budget which was intended to help millennials buy houses and Jen's story on parental leave (and the things no one tells you about budgeting for it). Erin then gives a long-winded recap of the Bache ...…
 
Under the eyes of the law, animals that live in our homes or on a farm are 'property.' But there's a growing movement to grant some animals like chimpanzees, elephants and dolphins 'non-human persons' status. Harvard Law School doctoral candidate Jessica Eisen thinks the law could do even better than that. This episode is part of our ongoing se ...…
 
Pick of the Week: Laurent Miquel Vendanges Nocturnes Rose
 
Gay priests are often rolled into the blame game in the Catholic Church's sex abuse crisis. There's a Vatican prohibition on gay men entering seminaries, even as the stories swirl about how many high-level clerics are sexually active. Producer Sean Foley explores the psychological, historical, and pastoral paradoxes of clerical sexual identity ...…
 
The intelligentsia mocked her writings and lampooned her philosophy, which she called Objectivism. But Ayn Rand's books, especially her two major works, The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged, continue to sell millions of copies. There are Ayn Rand think tanks, academies, even dating sites. And her influence on politics and popular culture are str ...…
 
The intelligentsia mocked her writings and lampooned her philosophy, which she called Objectivism. But Ayn Rand's books, especially her two major works The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged, continue to sell millions of copies. There are Ayn Rand think tanks, academies, even dating sites. And her influence on politics and popular culture are stro ...…
 
One sound invented two centuries ago was said to drive all those who heard it insane, even to to the point of suicide. Contributor Chris Brookes in St. John's takes us into the astonishing history of the glass harp, from the parlour to the paranormal - and even to death metal - and shows how the sounds we create shape our understanding of the w ...…
 
Dan Saladino travels from Brixham to Tokyo in search of Bluefin tuna. In recent months there have been more sightings of the endangered fish in British waters but does that mean we can eat them?The Bluefin is the rarest, most valuable and at risk of the seven tuna species found around the world. Found in three main stocks around the world, in t ...…
 
A deep well of sadness falls upon Aotearoa after the massacre of 50 people on friday 15th March 2019. New Zealands sense of innocence is gone. Our heart goes out to the people of Christchurch...... Kia Kaha
 
Erin and Jen spend a few minutes today sharing memories of their colleague, Randy Turner, who passed away earlier in the week. They also talk about the city's budget for the arts and how they feel about the Juno Awards.
 
There have never been as many cities across the world as there are right now, nor with such high populations. Yet urban loneliness is a virtual pandemic, and one with huge social, medical and financial consequences. Why are cities the new capitals of isolation?
 
Lawyers and doctors have a code of ethics. Teachers have them. Even journalists have them. So why not the tech sector, the people who create and design our very modes of communication? Coders and designers make products that allow to us communicate with each other, across cities and nations and borders. As these giants grow at breakneck speed, ...…
 
Neil Stonechild was an Indigenous adolescent who was picked up by police in downtown Saskatoon in mid-winter, driven to the industrial suburbs late at night, and intentionally abandoned. He ultimately froze to death. Anishinaabe artist Rebecca Belmore produced a piece called "Freeze: Stonechild Memorial" in commemoration of of the event. It's a ...…
 
How much should humans try to "fix" nature? That question gets at the heart of our relationship with the entire natural world. Contributor Brad Badelt travels to isolated Isle Royale National Park in Lake Superior, where a controversial decision has been made to relocate wolves from the mainland to help sustain the island's dwindling pack. The ...…
 
Every three seconds, someone in the world develops Alzheimer’s disease. It’s a devastating disease: millions of people, as well as their caretakers, spend years dealing with disabling disorientation and memory loss. Today, it’s the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S. By 2050, an estimated 15 million people in America will have Alzheimer’s— ...…
 
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The world, the universe, is a mess of molecules and muck. Within the chaos, though, a cosmic harmony plays the secret song of nature, and the music of matter. You just have to be able to read the music. Contributor Ian Wilkinson unravels the universal chords as the world honours the 150th anniversary of Dmitri Mendeleev's creation of the Period ...…
 
We couldn't miss a year with Don Murphy of Murphy's Bar and Grill getting ready for St Patrick's Day. It happens this year on a Sunday and there's food, fun and festivities on the corner of Merchant and Nuuanu from 11 am until everyone's too tired to drink anymore. And while we're at Murphy's, a nice conversation with Dave Power of Southern Gla ...…
 
10 years ago, Randeep Singh and his colleagues had a moment of realisation. More than 200 people in their immediate local community were living without a home. They were hidden from normal life, living beneath bridges or in refuse collection rooms. Together, they decided they could do something to help them, and they begun a project cooking hot ...…
 
It's International Women's Day! Jen and Erin talk about a size discrimination spurred by an exclusionary sale from Old Navy, a supreme court battle over rap lyrics and R. Kelly's interview with Gale King. They also welcome Ben MacPhee-Sigurdson back to do a segment of Good or Gross with dill pickle vodka.…
 
Interviewed Sam Loveridge about his upcoming album release. Sam played a couple of songs on the show , we talked about his musical background with Mice On Stilts , the folk scene and the things that have influenced him. This wednesday 13th March they are playing at the Wine Cellar at 9pm.
 
After finally ousting the Shah, and just mere weeks after Ayatollah Khomeini took power, Iranian women marched to show their fury at the revolution, which now seemed to be turning against them. On the 40th anniversary of their protests, CBC Radio producer Donya Ziaee spoke to three Iranian women who were there - on the streets of Tehran, fighti ...…
 
As a follow up to the episode of The Agenda with Steve Paikin talking about the upside-down world of financial planning for low-income Canadians, I had John Stapleton on the podcast to discuss it in more detail. John has been a tireless advocate for getting the word out on this complex issue and was the person who first brought it to my attenti ...…
 
Dork Uncorked returns after an unplanned two week break. Why the break? The Dork, Rod Phillips, suffered a health scare that we talk about on the show. It caused a diet change, which leads us to a whole new world of wine pairings.
 
Public bathrooms are something we all need, yet they are a public amenity few of us talk about openly and that cities often get wrong. How should governments and businesses provide for this most basic bodily need and what does it mean for citizens when they have no place to go? IDEAS contributor Lezlie Lowe flushes out the answers on a road tri ...…
 
Episode 100 Show Notes - Special show 100! - We recap some of our favorite clips from over the past 99 episodes over some champagne! - Josh has still yet to see the Goonies - Tach takes a call about going to the nude beach to shoot a show - Tach gives us a recap on his paranormal investigation at the Space Ice Complex - 'Dirty Minds' this week ...…
 
When seeds first evolved, hundreds of millions of years ago, they not only revolutionized the plant world, but they also eventually sowed the path for human civilization. Today, it’s nearly impossible to eat a meal without consuming a plant embryo—or many. But how did seeds come to play such a critical role in human history? Why might one seed ...…
 
CBD Gummies, CBD croissants, CBD coffee, CBD pesto, CBD beer... CBD is everywhere.Presenter Charlotte Smith tells the story of how this oil from cannabis that doesn’t get you high is becoming the biggest buzzword in food and drink from its beginnings in the US with the legalisation of medical cannabis through to the proliferation of products on ...…
 
This episode, we are joined by Mitch from Range Brewing. The fairly new brewery in Brisbane is taking a modern approach to brewing: hazy, small batch, no core range. Find out why, and how they got it happening.
 
Jen and Erin talk about I Love to Read month and all the books they loved as kids, as well as the new security measures at the Millennium Library in Winnipeg. Then, drinks and books writer Ben MacPhee-Sigurdson joins them for a special segment of Budget Wine of the Month club in which they taste whisky instead. Jen does not enjoy this.…
 
Chef Hugo Ortega is a James Beard Award Winning Chef, and the chef-owner of four highly rated restaurants in Houston : Hugo's, Backstreet Cafe, Xochi and Caracol. In Hawaii, he has collaborated with Michael Mina on The Street, where his authentic Mexican food is adapted to feature local Hawaii ingredients in Mi Almita Cantina. He chatted with J ...…
 
Seven years ago, a large group of interdisciplinary scholars from all parts of Canada (and beyond) started to examine issues connected with 'work-related mobility'. How are new technologies changing the nature of employment? Some people now find it desirable - or even necessary - to work from home. Others are expected to spend more time travell ...…
 
In 1916, agricultural experts voted the pawpaw the American fruit most likely to succeed, ahead of blueberries and cranberries. But today, most people have never even heard of it, let alone tried it. What is the pawpaw, and how did we forget it? Listen in this episode for a tale that involves mastodons and head-lice, George Washington and Danie ...…
 
Is there a connection between the enslavement of African-Canadians and their overwhelming presence in the criminal justice system today? The United Nations has sounded the alarm on anti-black racism in Canada, stating it can be traced back to slavery and its legacy. In Part 2 of his series on slavery in colonial Canada, Kyle G. Brown explores t ...…
 
Dan Saladino looks at our long and tangled relationship with spaghetti. Both carbs and meat are under scrutiny and Mintel, which monitors consumer behaviour around the world, says we're eating less pasta. With that in mind Dan explore the past, present and future of a much loved British classic, Spaghetti Bolognese. Food historian Polly Russell ...…
 
Interviewed Sam Loveridge about his upcoming album release. Sam played a couple of songs on the show , we talked about his musical background with Mice On Stilts , the folk scene and the things that have influenced him. This wednesday 13th March they are playing at the Wine Cellar at 9pm.
 
Jen and Erin debrief on their weekend spent at Girls Rock Winnipeg's inaugural rock camp for adults where, in 48 hours, they learned a new instrument, formed a band, wrote a song, and played a live show. They also defend Winnipeg Jets' Patrik Laine, who is going through a slump right now and is getting heat from fans and critics (#LetLaineLive! ...…
 
Polarization in Poland. The success of Sweden's far right. In Turkey, "the supremacy of the people" reigns. And Brexit threatens Britain's economic and social order. Everywhere, populism is winning big. The question is why? Part 2 of a 2-part series.
 
The massacre of over 150 Lakota at Wounded Knee in 1890 is often taken to be the "end" of Native American history - a notion unintentionally reinforced by Dee Brown's groundbreaking 1970 book, "I Buried My Heart at Wounded Knee". This idea of history as tragedy is something that Ojibwe writer David Treuer tries to undo in "The Heartbeat of Woun ...…
 
Love, fear -- even office politics -- are what drive the world of espionage in Len Deighton's great novels. To celebrate his 90th birthday, Philip Coulter profiles one of the masters of the modern spy thriller.
 
Why is it common knowledge that we saved runaway slaves from the United States, but few know that Africans and Indigenous peoples were bought, sold and exploited, right here? In the first of a two part series, contributor Kyle G. Brown asks how slavery was allowed to continue for some 200 years, and be one of the least talked-about aspects of o ...…
 
You will have heard of palm oil... but do you really know why? Possibly the things that come to mind are orangutans, deforestation. Perhaps you know that most of it is grown in Malaysia and Indonesia? Maybe you were aware of the frozen food specialist Iceland's very public decision to avoid using it in it’s own brand products?In this programme ...…
 
When Anne Burrell was in town for a food and wine event, she stopped by to chat about her own cooking style, how she started, what she likes to eat and cook - and yes, those worst cooks in the US .
 
Moseyed into town with a bunch of fruity 1970's vinyl in the saddlebags that didn't go to badly ! The Ozark Mountain Daredevils for goodness sakes and Country Joe and The Fish from some 1971 acid trip looking Musical Western name of Zacharia. Brand new heavier stuff from Bohannons and my new favorite western groove psych mates, Palo Santo and D ...…
 
Erin watched all three hours and 45 minutes of the Grammy Awards and wants to talk about it. Jen and Erin also take a minute to discuss the recent allegations against singer-songwriter Ryan Adams. Also, inspired by V-Day, the ladies talk about their earliest "celeb" crushes and when it's appropriate to fart in front of your partner. Erin then q ...…
 
Pick of the Week: 2012 Cune Rioja Crianza
 
This week we have a double header with Three Greens Brewing out of Melbourne, and Ballistic Brewing from Brisbane. Two reasonably different breweries with different approaches and identities.
 
You might think that the heart symbol ? and romantic love have always been bedfellows. But you'd be wrong. At times, the symbol was just a decoration. At others, it meant spiritual, chaste love. At still others, romantic and carnal. Marilyn Yalom the author of "The Amorous Heart: An Unconventional History of Love". In it, she traces the astonis ...…
 
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