Best antarctic podcasts we could find (Updated January 2018)
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An Antarctic Mystery or The Sphinx of the Ice Fields by Jules Verne
 
A wonderful coming together of two writers who wrote their books more than half a century apart. Neither of them had ever visited the remote islands they were writing about yet they provided inspiration for a couple of exciting adventure tales. In 1838, Edgar Allan Poe published The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket. It was the only complete novel published by the American author. It was the story of a young boy who stows away on board a whaling ship and it goes on to relate the ev ...
 
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Flat Earth Conspiracy
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"The best way to know if you truly have an open mind is to be able to question a belief system that has been ingrained in you your entire life." This is the Flat Earth Conspiracy podcast. -Lori Frary
 
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Antarctic Mystery, or The Sphinx of the Ice Fields, An by VERNE, Jules
 
Edgar Allan Poe's telling of Arthur Pym's narrative is shown to be true as events come together that bring out clues that help Captain Len Guy trace the fate of his brother's ship the Jane; the very ship that Arthur Pym was on board at the time of his disappearance. Through the efforts of Mr. Joerling, the crew of the Halbrane is enticed to make the trip to Antarctica to search for any survivors of the Jane. Summary from Wikipedia.
 
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Chris Marquardt - All Podcasts
 
This feed contains the latest 100 episodes from all podcasts created by Chris Marquardt. To subscribe to individual shows, go to https://chrismarquardt.com
 
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Curiously Polar
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The Arctic and the Antarctic are privileged locations for observers interested in understanding how our world is shaped by the forces of nature and the workings of history. These areas have inspired countless humans to undertake epic expeditions of discovery and have witnessed both great triumphs and miserable defeats. As a planetary litmus paper it is at the poles we can detect the effects of natural oscillations and human activities on the global ecosystems.
 
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Ice Coffee: the history of human activity in Antarctica
 
The history of human activity in Antarctica
 
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Polar Eyes
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Polar Eyes is a podcast where alumni, experts and educators of the Students On Ice Foundation share experiences and insights from across the polar regions. www.studentsonice.com
 
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FrostBytes: Soundbytes of Cool Research
 
Podcasts about the 'coolest' science on the planet - all about ice in the Arctic, Antarctic, Mountains, and elsewhere around the globe brought to you by the Climate and Cryosphere Project and the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists. For more info visit www.climate-cryosphere.org/activities/outreach/frostbytes You can also find us in iTunes... subscribe today!
 
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PolarTREC Podcasts
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PolarTREC is an educational research experience in which K-12 teachers participate in arctic research, working closely with scientists, as a pathway to improving science education. PolarTREC podcasts feature the teachers and researchers and describe their science activities and adventures in various parts of the Arctic and Antarctic regions.
 
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Alex Hibbert's Podcast
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Join Alex Hibbert, a major record-holding polar expedition leader in his podcast. He tackles subjects linked to the polar regions and the exploration world, and wider topics including atheism, society, science and other current affairs. Hibbert is a well-regarded international speaker, an author of three books, and has made contributions through both television and written columns. He graduated from Oxford University with a degree in Biological Sciences.
 
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The Thing
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Station Blue
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Vagabond Matthew Leads finds himself alone in a remote Antarctic research station. A Found Footage isolation horror.
 
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Now Playing: The Predator Movie Retrospective Series
 
"If it bleeds, we can review it." One of this summer's most anticipated science fiction/action films is Predators, produced by Robert Rodriguez, returning this storied series to it's jungle roots. In anticipation, Arnie, Brock, and Stuart are reviewing and commenting on all the previous Predator films, including the Aliens vs Predator crossovers! From a Central American Jungle to a "futuristic" Los Angeles to the Antarctic, we hunt down the Predator culminating in a weekend-of-release review ...
 
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Sundays with James O'Loghlin
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Sunday Evenings with James O'Loghlin explores the small and large moments in our lives. It also hears from people who do extraordinary things, such as sailing solo around the world, and pulling sleds across the Antarctic. Writers, musicians, adventurers - you never know who you might stumble across on a Sunday evening.
 
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South! The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917 by Ernest Shackleton
 
The expedition was given the grand title of The Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. Due to be launched in 1914, two ships were to be employed. The first, the lead vessel, fittingly named the Endurance was to transport the team to the Weddell Sea from where the great explorer Ernest Shackleton and five others would cross the icy wastes of Antarctica on foot. The second ship, the Aurora was to approach the continent from the other side and put down supplies at various points to help the explo ...
 
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Via Antarctica
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Via Antarctica is a video and audio podcast delivered from the Antarctic by Cindy Van Dover, associate professor of biology at the College of William and Mary. She and fellow scientists, assisted by student researchers, are crossing the Drake Passage to Anvers Island on a five-week research cruise led by Hugh Ducklow, professor of marine biology at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS). The team is traveling to the Antarctic Peninsula to explore the ecological systems of the region.
 
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Voyage Towards the South Pole and Round the World, A by COOK, James
 
Having, on his first voyage, discovered Australia, Cook still had to contend with those who maintained that the Terra Australians Incognita (the unknown Southern Continent) was a reality. To finally settle the issue, the British Admiralty sent Cook out again into the vast Southern Ocean with two sailing ships totalling only about 800 tons. Listen as Cook, equipped with one of the first chronometers, pushes his small vessel not merely into the Roaring Forties or the Furious Fifties but become ...
 
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YSDC: Beyond the Mountains of Madness
 
In 1931 the Miskatonic University expedition to the antarctic met with tragedy, and also scorn for tales of fantastical prehistoric creatures at the bottom of the world.Two years later the starkweather-Moore expedition plans a return to that land of ice and to the Mountains of Madness.How will they fare?Find out in YSDC's game of polar horror in, Beyond the Mountains of Madness...
 
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Worst Journey in the World, Vol 2, The by CHERRY-GARRARD, Apsley
 
The Worst Journey in the World is a memoir of the 1910–1913 British Antarctic Expedition led by Robert Falcon Scott. It was written and published in 1922 by a survivor of the expedition, Apsley Cherry-Garrard, and has earned wide praise for its frank treatment of the difficulties of the expedition, the causes of its disastrous outcome, and the meaning (if any) of human suffering under extreme conditions. (Summary by Wikipedia) Volume 1 HERE
 
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Worst Journey in the World, Vol 1, The by CHERRY-GARRARD, Apsley
 
The Worst Journey in the World is a memoir of the 1910–1913 British Antarctic Expedition led by Robert Falcon Scott. It was written and published in 1922 by a survivor of the expedition, Apsley Cherry-Garrard, and has earned wide praise for its frank treatment of the difficulties of the expedition, the causes of its disastrous outcome, and the meaning (if any) of human suffering under extreme conditions. (Summary by Wikipedia) Volume 2 HERE
 
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South! The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917 by SHACKLETON, Ernest
 
Shackleton's most famous expedition was planned to be an attempt to cross Antarctica from the Weddell Sea south of the Atlantic, to the Ross Sea south of the Pacific, by way of the Pole. It set out from London on 1 August 1914, and reached the Weddell Sea on January 10, 1915, where the pack ice closed in on the Endurance. The ship was broken by the ice on 27 October 1915. The 28 crew members managed to flee to Elephant Island, bringing three small boats with them. Shackleton and five other m ...
 
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Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by VERNE, Jules
 
Captain Nemo, The Nautilus, and the mysterious depths of the ocean. Unforgettable. Come join an adventure that will roam among coral and pearls, sharks and giant squid, with wonders of biology and engineering that will thrust us from the Antarctic to Atlantis. Whether voyaging a yarn of the glorious unknown, a tale of the darkness that grips the heart of men, or a reinterpretation of Homer’s Odyssey, we’ll all enjoy the fantastic trip. Seasickness optional. (Summary by Marlo Dianne) A German ...
 
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Best General Knowledge Podcasts - 7 Episodes Per Week
 
Published on 03 Jan 2018. Researchers have found Antarctic microbes that appear to get all the nutrients they need from thin air.
 
In This Week’s Show, episode 165, Aaron says some cleverly-worded shit about this week’s topics Now, grab a beer and help us test the god hypothesis — because, while Strenia hasn’t struck us down yet, we are trying her patience! Shea’s Life Lesson This week i learned that during an earthquake, coffins become huge underground maracas. Jenn’s Act ...…
 
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Ice Coffee: the history of human activity in Antarctica
 
Present day geologists offer their perspectives on the Antarctic Peninsula and I record lots of the bow pushing through loose pack because it's mesmerising.
 
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The C Word (MP3 Feed)
 
Ho ho ho! We pull some Christmas crackers, talk about Christmas objects in collections, make some predictions for the year ahead, and sing a special conservation carol. We also talk to Diana McCormack, the Antarctic Conservation Trust’s first Conservation Ambassador! 00:00:33 Christmas crackers! (plus terrible jokes) 00:06:23 Seasonal objects i ...…
 
In today’s episode, we decided to record in the wilds of Walt Disney World (so pardon our background noise) but we couldn’t think of a better place to record our 2017 highlight episode. This was a big year in Swept Together land, so we wanted to share some gratefulness for all the amazing things we’ve experienced this year. Here’s what we cover ...…
 
Would sustainability be easier if people’s needs didn’t need to be taken into consideration? The way laws and rules are made in the Arctic (where many people live) and the Antarctic (where no one does permanently) sheds light on the role that social sciences play in policymaking, explains IASS Fellow Craig Morris in the final episode of his Pot ...…
 
The Grand Duke of the Grand Duchy of Flandrensis takes two hours and thirty minutes out of his hectic governing and parenting schedule to pay a digital diplomatic visit to the third-world basement micronation of Expatria. His Highness and your host discuss at length the long laundry list of absurdities that go into founding and maintaining a mi ...…
 
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Fotobug - Elusive Image Photography
 
Jim is back so we have lots of photography news to share. For full details, be sure to watch the podcast! Sadly, the MillionEyez app is shutting down for lack of subscribers. Also, Nikon is shutting down its Japanese plant that makes point and shoot cameras citing competition from smartphones. An AI system has been developed at the Max Planck I ...…
 
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Friday Night Podcast
 
Greg Fitzgerald, pilot for Antarctica Flights, joins Luke Davis and Julian King to talk what the experience is like.
 
Roger Seiler grew up on the Alaska Peninsula, the son of a bush pilot. He learned to fly at age 17 and his teen summers were spent on wilderness adventures, guiding sport fishermen for king salmon, and as a commercial fisherman on Bristol Bay. He attended Deep Springs College and UCLA, where he was an Honors graduate in film. Roger has made 20+ ...…
 
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Two Cracked Pots
 
Parades, recipes, traditions, and all that comes with the holidays is covered this episode. Are you a Black Friday shopper? How many turkeys meet their fate and plate each year? Find out when you listen and end with the challenge to remain thankful in all circumstances (1 Corinthians 5:18).
 
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Two Cracked Pots
 
Food consumes more than we realize. It takes time to plan, make, and clean up dinner. It can be a source of stress on our finances and bodies. How do different households approach groceries? Christi and Beth chat about how they run their homes and how I Corinthians 6:19-20 challenges them to be more intentional.TwoCrackedPots@Gmail.comTwitter: ...…
 
FORGED IN CRISISThe Power of Courageous LeadershipIn Turbulent Timesby Harvard Business School historianNancy KoehnFor leaders in the 21st century, there is one pressing question: What set of skills is required to lead in crisis, and can history give us answers? Harvard Business School historian and professor Nancy Koehn has surveyed some of hi ...…
 
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Two Cracked Pots
 
Parenting never goes by the book. Laugh about the craziness, take comfort in God’s grace to cover your mistakes, and remember what’s truly at stake. The verse this week is 2 Corinthians 12:9.TwoCrackedPots@Gmail.comTwitter: @2crackedpots @bethmaccoFacebook: facebook.com/twocrackedpotsPatreon: patreon.com/twocrackedpotsHosts: Christi Frazer & Be ...…
 
This week, undead cells, the strain of PhDs, and the traces of Antarctic instability.
 
Kenny speaks with Lydia McLean from the Antarctic Office about the upcoming Climathon and then to Meg Christie about Frocks on Bikes and Biketober.
 
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Two Cracked Pots
 
Do you pray? Does prayer change God's mind? Why does the Bible tell us to pray? Christi and Beth share about their personal prayer lives and encourage each other and their listeners in God's Word. Final verse of focus is Ephesians 6:18.TwoCrackedPots@gmail.comTwitter: @2crackedpots @bethmaccoFacebook: facebook.com/twocrackedpotsPatreon: patreon ...…
 
A great listener question about kids and the mark of the beast, followed up by examining the plight of the Antarctic penguin and what all of that has to do with prophecy! Articles on Israel, America, One World Government, Anti-Semitism, Pestilence - Plagues - Disasters - Corruption are discussed.
 
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hoganj17 on Narro
 
Ice coreIce core sample taken from drill. Photo by Lonnie Thompson , Byrd Polar Research CenterAn ice core is a core sample that is typically remove... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_core core sample ice sheet glacier augers isotopes ancient temperatures carbon dioxide heat flow climate model ions Greenland wind-blown dust Radioactive nuclea ...…
 
Want to be one of the greatest leaders of all time, with a wealth of success, power and respect? Try doing nothing for a change, says Harvard historian Nancy Koehn. This counterintuitive advice applies to moments of crisis, when the stakes are high and emotions are tense, because that is the very time when you're apt to make errors in your deci ...…
 
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Two Cracked Pots
 
What are you watching these days? The average American spends 5 hours a day watching television. Christi & Beth chat about favorite shows, the emotional ties that can develop, and the challenge it is to discern what to place before our eyes. Listen, laugh, and pursue Light for our eyes and our families. Verse is from Psalm 101:3.TwoCrackedPots@ ...…
 
Putting on your big boots, escaping the office and exploring new environments ; these are just some of the reasons why researchers love fieldwork! At the 2017 CENTA conference, we asked PhD researchers to tell us why they love their fieldwork. Their fieldwork has taken them everywhere from limestone grasslands in beautiful Oxfordshire to the re ...…
 
Llewellyn’s Little Book of Dreams with Dr. Michael LennoxDr. Michael Lennox obtained his Masters and Doctorate in Psychology from The Chicago School. Astrology and Personality, his Doctoral Dissertation, is published by Lambert Academic Publishing out of Germany. Dr. Michael is a practicing psychologist and one of the most respected and sought ...…
 
Beth and Christi share what God's been stirring in their hearts when it comes to expanding Two Cracked Pots. These two have a heart to share the encouraging Word of God when life or our faith doesn't add up like we thought it would. Invite Two Cracked Pots to your church or next women's event for a time of honesty, fun, and a dose of real life ...…
 
My guest today is Matt Bamsey a Research Associate at the DLR, the German Space Agency. Matt is Canadian and was one of the 17 finalists in the Canadian Space Agency astronaut recruitment campaign. Before joining the DLR in 2013, Matt had been a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Florida and the University of Guelph where he r ...…
 
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Two Cracked Pots
 
Do you have a hard time pursuing silence? Sometimes sitting with yourself seems more exhausting, yet there are so many benefits from quiet/meditation. Those quiet moments may be hard to find, but it’s not impossible and it’s certainly not forbidden. Take God up on His invitation to lie down and rest. (Psalm 23:2)TwoCrackedPots@Gmail.comTwitter: ...…
 
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Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture Series
 
We are all connected–sometimes on the thinnest sheet of ice. Brooklyn-based artist Zaria Forman’s expressive Antarctic panoramas bring that delicate balance into focus and asks us to consider what’s at stake with climate change. Forman traveled to the most remote landscapes on earth to capture the beauty of the natural world alongside its haunt ...…
 
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Two Cracked Pots
 
What’s owning your thoughts? What are you processing the most and why?Does it please God? Consider what consumes your mind most days and be challenged to set your mind on Him. Bible verse is 2 Corinthians 10:3-5.TwoCrackedPots@Gmail.comTwitter: @2crackedpots @bethmaccoFacebook: facebook.com/twocrackedpotsPatreon: patreon.com/twocrackedpotsHosts ...…
 
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The WorkNotWork Show
 
Sean Loutitt seemingly seeks out opportunities to fly at high latitudes and low temperatures. Born and raised in the far north of Canada, the son of a bush pilot, it was almost inevitable that Sean would eventually follow in his father's footsteps. His informal training began at age one, perched on his mother's lap at the controls of one of his ...…
 
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Brad Pitt stops by this week with a profanity laced speech, people are protesting the sun and we talk No Man’s Sky updates and Slime Rancher. Also, Trevor tries to take the interns job and gets his own drink. Stories – FARTS & BALANCED Olympic Games – Fortune Dave Bautista is just a big fan – Syfy Justice League first cut deemed “unwatchable” - ...…
 
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Two Cracked Pots
 
We walk through an article written by a beautiful soul who challenges us to think about the mediocre alternative to the pace of life we easily pursue. Listeners will be invited to slow down and ask if quitting is all that bad of a thing. The Bible verse to focus on is Matthew 22:36-40.Original article by Kristahttp://www.alifeinprogress.ca/want ...…
 
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PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR
 
Danny wonders how to make money with his travel photography and Chris explains his personal story around that topic. Chris has been interviewed by Photo Live Magazine and takes a closer look at the great photos that the listeners submitted to this round of the Slack Photo Challenge. RECEIVE EMAIL FOR NEW EPISODES Links: Slack Challenge Review: ...…
 
Conquering the South Pole was probably the last great feat of the age of exploration. It is…
 
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