Best agrarian podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Scott Terry's "North Country Farmer" Show
 
The voice of the Covenantal Agrarian Resistance.Join host Scott M Terry as he and his guests talk about farming, homesteading, survival, preparedness, agrarianism, organic agriculture, gardening, reformed theology and more.
 
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Studio Rustica
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Farmer and writer Justin Russell hosts conversations with Australian food growers, land whisperers and enthusiasts of the good life. Get inspired to live in harmony with the soil and the seasons!
 
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The Artisan Situation Podcast
 
We believe that every person has a connection to food. Each podcast will feature a deep dive interview with food producers, as we try to learn what inspires and influences them on a personal level. For many, producing flavorful, wholesome, and sustainable food is a vocation or a calling. Food has a voice.
 
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Living The Simple Good Life
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An audio podcast devoted to content for encouraging, informing, supporting and connecting people transitioning to a simpler, self-reliant, homesteading, rural agrarian sustainable lifestyle.
 
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The Michael Bunker Radio Show
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Radio Show of national bestselling author, historian, theologian, and Christian Agrarian Separatist Michael Bunker, bestselling Author of Surviving Off Off-Grid. Topics include Off Off-Grid Living, Theology, Apologetics, Agrarianism, Separatism, Christian Living, Gardening, and much more.
 
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Michael Bunker Podcast
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This is the new podcast of Christian Agrarian writer, historian, and preacher Michael Bunker.
 
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News From Nowhere by MORRIS, William
 
News from Nowhere (1890) is a classic work combining utopian socialism and soft science fiction written by the artist, designer and socialist pioneer William Morris. In the book, the narrator, William Guest, falls asleep after returning from a meeting of the Socialist League and awakes to find himself in a future society based on common ownership and democratic control of the means of production. In this society there is no private property, no big cities, no authority, no monetary system, n ...
 
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One of the great and most frustrating paradoxes in America has to do with farmers and farming. How did a country that sprang out of the soil -- from a seed that was planted by Locke watered and fertilized by Jefferson, Madison and Hamilton -- as an agrarian society get so far away from the farm. Urban dwellers don't understand rural life. That' ...…
 
This is Episode 34 of the State of the Theory Podcast.Politics. Power. Popular Culture. And other stuff, probably.In this series, we’re like super nerdy philosophical DJs: mashing up Serious Academic Questions with the most topical news and trends in pop culture. Each week, we’ll tackle a new topic and collide it with ‘critical theory’ (we’re p ...…
 
A new study's revealed the people of Japan regard Kiwis as unsophisticated, unworldy and rugged.It's found Japanese people are less excited by relations with New Zealanders than with Chinese and Americans.Japan New Zealand business council spokeswoman, Annette Azuma told Mike Hosking many Japanese people still see New Zealand as isolated and ag ...…
 
Tore C. Olsson‘s Agrarian Crossings: Reformers and the Remaking of the US and Mexican Countryside (Princeton University Press, 2017) tells a remarkable and under-appreciated story. It’s about how, in the 1930s and 40s, a group of reformers in the…
 
Tore C. Olsson‘s Agrarian Crossings: Reformers and the Remaking of the US and Mexican Countryside (Princeton University Press, 2017) tells a remarkable and under-appreciated story. It’s about how, in the 1930s and 40s, a group of reformers in the…
 
In this episode: Mike Benjamin, VP of Threat Intel and Research at Level 3, is our feature guest this week. News from: Amazon, the City of Denver, Webroot, LogRhythm, CenturyLink, CableLabs, ProtectWise, Red Canary, Swimlane, SecureWorld, and a lot more! Full show notes here: https://www.colorado-security.com/news/2017/10/21/38-1023-mike-benjam ...…
 
The Harvest Is Plentiful The leaves are turning and the nights are downright chilly. For the agrarian people of biblical times, that meant a season of intense work for everyone: the harvest must be brought in!A reminder for online students who live stream Sunday mornings: ask your question at the end of class! Either click on the “Send Us a Que ...…
 
Listen Here: iTunes | Overcast Albert Wenger is a partner at Union Square Ventures. Before joining USV, Albert was the president of del.icio.us through the company’s sale to Yahoo and an angel investor in Etsy and Tumblr. He previously founded or co-founded several companies, including a management consulting firm and an early hosted data analy ...…
 
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Shipwrecked
 
HEY Nerds! #Shipwrecked is finally back (and hopefully better than ever). In this relaunch episode Ali & B discuss what they've been up to for the past few months, talk about which fall shows they're most excited for, & chat all things ROMIONE from Harry Potter (maybe the ultimate fandom?!) ENJOY Shippers! Please rate, review, and subscribe! Yo ...…
 
The CSIS Southeast Asia Program and the U.S.-Philippines Strategic Initiative are pleased to present the CSIS-Pertamina Banyan Tree Leadership Forum with Alan Peter Cayetano, Secretary of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of the Philippines. He will discuss U.S.-Philippine relations, Philippine foreign policy under President Rodrigo Duterte, the ...…
 
Professor Blight begins this lecture with an attempt to answer the question "why did the South secede in 1861?" Blight offers five possible answers to this question: preservation of slavery, "the fear thesis," southern nationalism, the "agrarian thesis," and the "honor thesis." After laying out the roots of secession, Blight focuses on the hist ...…
 
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Starstyle®-Be the Star You Are!®
 
America was an agrarian society until the early 1900’s. Today we are a technology-focused country. As of the last census, only one percent of Americans are farmers. With the global population expected to exceed nine billion by 2050, farmers will have to grow sixty percent more food to feed the masses. Farmers are the foundation of our civilizat ...…
 
Atlanta is a thriving city with history, culture, commerce and throngs of people, and living here can be a blast. Sometimes, though, we just want to get away from it all. On today’s All About Real Estate segment of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio, John Tatum of Cloudland Station describes its simpler time to co-hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schni ...…
 
BSR Magazine Show Green Corn Rebellion Centennial Part 1 (BSR Episode #203) August 4, 2017 Learn more about the Green Corn Rebellion at: GreenCorn.org The following is a working script/outline, but it may have some differences from the final version that was used on the air… Welcome to the BSR Oklahoma Magazine show, with James Branum. This is ...…
 
Nikiko Masumoto is a fourth-generation farmer from California’s Central Valley. In 2011, she returned to her parents' organic peach farm to farm full time, after receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree from UC Berkeley and a Masters degree from University of Texas in Performance as Public Practice. She is an award-winning writer and a self-proclaim ...…
 
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Sermon Podcast - St. Augustine's Oak Cliff
 
The second in the Kingdom of God sermon series based on the parables in Matthew 13, Fr. Jordan explores what kind of place Jesus must be describing through agrarian examples and how to understand them in our modern sensibilities.
 
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Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church
 
When he was a young man, Tony Campolo hated Sunday evening church. He could handle Sunday mornings – they were generally well put-together. Prime-time. The sermons had a structure you could follow – three points and a poem – and you could count on them to wrap it up in a timely manner. The evening services had a more slapped-together feeling. S ...…
 
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Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church
 
When he was a young man, Tony Campolo hated Sunday evening church. He could handle Sunday mornings – they were generally well put-together. Prime-time. The sermons had a structure you could follow – three points and a poem – and you could count on them to wrap it up in a timely manner. The evening services had a more slapped-together feeling. S ...…
 
In this episode: Feature interview with Genevieve Southwick - aka Bana Sidhe (pronounced Banshee) - Denver's wrangler of security conferences. Also news from Palo Alto Networks, Secure64, Swimlane and Automox. Full show notes: https://www.colorado-security.com/news/2017/7/15/24-717-show-notesGirl Scouts - selling cookies, camping and... hacking ...…
 
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Scott Terry's "North Country Farmer" Show
 
This is the first installment of the new Wendsday edition of the show. Scott talks about the last week's adventures on the farm, a potato growing experiment, and answers email questions. Practical Homesteading and Agrarianism--- Now Twice a Week!
 
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The Mexico Podcast: History & Present
 
Join the Mexican Spanish Master Course at https://www.digitalnomad.mx/ Revolution 1.4 The previous episode ended with Pancho Villa breaking out of prison. This episode has another prison break. This is the third or fourth or fifth high-profile prison break we’ve seen in this series. That’s got to be some kind of podcasting record. Krauze writes ...…
 
Laura Dunn is the documentary filmmaker behind the film The Unforeseen, which took home the Independent Spirit Truer Than Fiction Award and was executive produced by Robert Redford and Terrence Malick. Laura’s latest film, Look & See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry in which she teams up Redford and Malick again, is the focus of this conversation. ...…
 
In this episode: Brad Feld is the feature interview this week. Brad is managing partner for Foundry Group, and co-founder of Techstars. News from Amazon, ID Watchdog, Sphero, Optiv, Ping Identity, and Swimlane. https://www.colorado-security.com/news/2017/6/24/21-626-show-notesAlex will never be lonely againThe summer is in full swing, though th ...…
 
We are witnessing the birth of a new food activism that is both oppositional and collaborative. Dr. Julie Guthman teaches and writes to encourage budding agrarians and the rest of us to pick a battle, take stances, be political work on policy or simply just work on something that looks to be really wrong. Her students at the University of Calif ...…
 
This week the full Third Rail crew is back to talk about the rule of Twitter mobs, the left’s immigration death spiral and what we can learn from the Old South for the (archeo) future.@spectre3rdrail@nearfutureevent@rex_caerulus(((Peter Beinart))) in the Atlantic – https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2017/07/the-democrats-immigration-m ...…
 
“I have not seen a liar Chief Minister like him [Shivraj Singh Chouhan] in my entire lifetime,” Shiv Kumar Sharma said. The farmer leader has reason to be upset and angry at the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister: The Chouhan government, he said, has made hundreds of announcements in the past but never implemented it. Sharma is the 66-year-old who h ...…
 
“I have not seen a liar Chief Minister like him [Shivraj Singh Chouhan] in my entire lifetime,” Shiv Kumar Sharma said. The farmer leader has reason to be upset and angry at the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister: The Chouhan government, he said, has made hundreds of announcements in the past but never implemented it.Sharma is the 66-year-old who ha ...…
 
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Colorado = Security Podcast
 
In this episode: Alex interviews infosec lawyer Dave Navetta. News from Amazon, ViaWest, Notion, Ping Identity, ProtectWise, Webroot, LogRhythm, and Optiv. Full show notes here: https://www.colorado-security.com/news/2017/6/16/20-619-show-notesPing is a leader (but we knew that already, right?)Need that Amazon order this afternoon? Well I have ...…
 
Amit Shah, Bharatiya Janata Party's president, called Gandhi a 'chatur baniya' and that kicked up quite a storm in the media. Did Shah's remark get unnecessary media attention or was it important to discuss the implications of it considering the position he holds? T R Vivek, journalist and author, joins the Hafta gang to discuss this, along wit ...…
 
This week Mint editor R. Sukumar discusses the agrarian crisis, telecom bailouts and the drama at Infosys.
 
This week Mint editor R. Sukumar discusses the agrarian crisis, telecom bailouts and the drama at Infosys.
 
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