Best apiarist podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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Organically Managed Beekeeping Podcast
 
The Organically Managed Beekeeping Podcast focuses on natural beekeeping, the way nature intended. We talk about how to keep your bees alive without harsh chemical treatments by specifically sharing methods that people have used to do just that! Guests on the show are authors, scientists and other very knowledgeable people with much information to share about keeping honeybees in a natural, sustainable way. Tips, tricks, inventions and natural treatment methods are shared as well as relevant ...
 
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VSM: Piano Lessons and Piano Insights
 
Virtual Sheet Music's Piano Lessons Videos give you piano lessons and piano insights from our piano expert Robert Estrin. If you are a pianist, piano teacher, a piano student or simply a piano enthusiast, these videos are for you.
 
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Oman is full of surprises tucked away in dusty corners of this vast land. Honey bees are just one example. However, it should be no surprise that apiarists cultivate liquid gold from the honey bee. The Qur'an speaks highly, and encourages this ancient craft: And your Lord revealed to the bee saying: Make hives in the mountains and in the trees ...…
 
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Slaughterhouse Princess
 
In honor of Troy's newfound status as an amateur apiarist, we watched the first movie that we could think of involving bees, but not starring Nicolas Cage.
 
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kiwimana Buzz Beekeeping Show - A Beekeeping Podcast/Show
 
Hi, Thanks for downloading our podcast!!! Here is the latest podcast from the Team at kiwimana. This week we are talking about Proposed Manuka Rules and a new mite threat to look out for ( as if we haven't got enough to lookout for !! ). This is Episode One Hundred and Seven of our beekeeping podcast. This week we discuss these stories:- New pr ...…
 
Mr. Keith Tignor has worked closely with the beekeeping industry for over twenty-five years. He is coordinator of the regulatory and assistance programs for beekeeping in the Commonwealth of Virginia. This presentation will include his recent research on the beekeeping industry that demonstrates how bees are a symptom of the environment in whic ...…
 
This week, I talk with Dr. Dennis vanEngelsdorp, assistant professor of entomology at the University of Maryland in the United States, and project director for the Bee Informed Partnership. A former acting Chief Apiarist in Pennsylvania, Dr. vanEngelsdorp is widely known for his influential work with bees on a phenomenon called Colony Collapse ...…
 
Every year, over 20 million people get on a cruise ship and set sail for a seafaring vacation. Most of those cruises take their vacationers to warm, sunny climates. But thanks to climate change, a new hoard of ships might start sailing North rather than South. This episode of Flash Forward explores a future where the Arctic becomes a tourist de ...…
 
Every year, over 20 million people get on a cruise ship and set sail for a seafaring vacation. Most of those cruises take their vacationers to warm, sunny climates. But thanks to climate change, a new hoard of ships might start sailing North rather than South. This episode of Flash Forward explores a future where the Arctic becomes a tourist de ...…
 
Every year, over 20 million people get on a cruise ship and set sail for a seafaring vacation. Most of those cruises take their vacationers to warm, sunny climates. But thanks to climate change, a new hoard of ships might start sailing North rather than South. This episode of Flash Forward explores a future where the Arctic becomes a tourist de ...…
 
Hermann Paulenz is a passionate urban gardener and apiarist. Herman shares at The Weekly Service how beekeeping has helped him harvest more than delicious honey. Hermann's hobby has taken him on an unexpected journey of character development and led to the cultivation of patience and gentleness. A fun and hugely interactive service where we exp ...…
 
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The Adelaide Show
 
Pokemon GO has dominated the collective imagination for three months now, rekindling memories of youth for children of the 90s and reawakening the spirit of playtime for other generations. Some have argued Pokemon GO fascination borders on obsession with a suggestion that obsession is something new. Here at the Game Obsession Expo in Mannum, we ...…
 
Melvyn Bragg celebrates the achievements of Manchester, the original northern powerhouse. Its emblem is the bee, a symbol of work, cooperation and industry. It was from here that huge scientific, social and commercial changes would sweep the globe. Melvyn visits Quarry Bank Mill in Styal outside Manchester which is one of the best preserved tex ...…
 
Melvyn Bragg celebrates the achievements of Manchester, the original northern powerhouse. Its emblem is the bee, a symbol of work, cooperation and industry. It was from here that huge scientific, social and commercial changes would sweep the globe. Melvyn visits Quarry Bank Mill in Styal outside Manchester which is one of the best preserved tex ...…
 
Melvyn Bragg celebrates the achievements of Manchester, the original northern powerhouse. Its emblem is the bee, a symbol of work, cooperation and industry. It was from here that huge scientific, social and commercial changes would sweep the globe. Melvyn visits Quarry Bank Mill in Styal outside Manchester which is one of the best preserved tex ...…
 
Knowing the matriarch, the queen bee is the sexual organ of the hive - it is she who lays the foundation for the whole colony - but there are many challenges in a rapidly changing world of the varroa mite and colony collapse. That commercial operations use insecticides to control the varroa disease are likely to cause problems because queens do ...…
 
What is killing our honey bees? Can we save them? Cambridge Forum examines the plight of honey bees with the help of Noah Wilson-Rich from Best Bees and apiarist David Hackenberg of Buffy Bees from Lewisburg, PA. If you care about the future of food and want to learn more about how to ensure the survival of our precious honey bees, please plan ...…
 
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Her Outdoor Inspired Life
 
This week we speak to Tiffane Bates a Apiarist (aka Beekeeper) who shares how she got into and fell in love with Beekeeping and how she Thrives out in the remote wilderness.
 
This week we’re joined by apiarist & honey expert Chris Kirouac of Bee Project – a local apiary producing a variety of delicious honey’s. To accompany the honey tasting, we lined up a 2015 and a 2014 Muskoka Winter Beard Double Chocolate Cranberry Stout. Show Notes 00:00 – Introduction 00:50 – Muskoka Winter Beard 03:30 – Getting into honey 06: ...…
 
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Megaboom!!
 
Apiarist larceny in the land of the Kiwis, Pharma Bro gets arrested, and Noah is all alone.
 
The latest observations beamed back from the New Horizons mission to Pluto show possible volcanic-type structures made from ice. The mountains have what appear to be caldera-like depressions in the top. Unlike volcanoes on Earth, that erupt molten rock, the suspected volcanoes on Pluto, would likely erupt an icy slush of substances such as wate ...…
 
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Ag Talk with the Ag Doc
 
In this episode, Dr. Livesay discusses an article that was recently published in the Agronomy Journal. The rest of the episode focuses on honeybees! Special guests include Andy Joseph, state apiarist for the state of Iowa, as well as Dave Irvin, president of the east central Iowa beekeepers, and finally, Dynamite Grower, Tom Finnegan. Dr. Lives ...…
 
Kole, Ben, Dennis, and David talk about the Humble Nintendo Bundle, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and we ask you about your depression game. The Brief: Resident Evil 0 is getting a remaster. Humble Nindie Bundle. 2K reveals trailer for Advent. Nintendo hires Bowser. Multiplayer: What's your depression game? The Grind: Dennis: Race the Sun. Ben: Far ...…
 
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The Ruminant: Audio Candy for Farmers, Gardeners and Food Lovers
 
This episode: friend Chris Marquardt talks about the commercial beekeeping program he took that led to a happy career as a full-time apiarist. We also discuss big versus small beekeeping, colony collapse disorder, and what Chris loves, and hates, about his job. You will also learn what kind of bees produce milk, if you don't already know.…
 
Join Reno, Nina, and producer Mike with guest podcaster Jennavev van Huuksloot as they discuss how stem cells have changed reproduction, what could happen if you want a new head, and why babies in Iceland may be hardier than babies anywhere. Oh, and what contributed to the Black Plague in the Middle Ages? Gerbils. http://www.iflscience.com/heal ...…
 
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The Beekeeper's Corner Beekeeping Podcast
 
Episode Topics: Roundtable discussion on winter management and other topics with NJ State Apiarist Tim SchulerBy Kevin Inglin.
 
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The Beekeeper's Corner Beekeeping Podcast
 
Episode Topics: One on One with New Jersey State Apiarist Tim SchulerBy Kevin Inglin.
 
Kris and Kole talk about making memories, aeronautics, and witchcraft. Suggested Talking Points: Making Memories. A River Runs Through the Saddest Alcohol Event. Skeletons are a legitimate threat. Gamify Spotify. "They". Astronaut condom sizes. Rocketcats. What do you believe? A letter about an apiarist. He's hooked on slug juice. Stop hiring w ...…
 
This week on Eat Your Words, Cathy interviews New York apiarist Meg Paska. Meg was instrumental in the legalization of beekeeping in New York City. Tune in to hear about Meg’s beekeeping experience, and about her new book, The Rooftop Beekeeper: A Scrappy Guide to Keeping Urban Honeybees. This program has been sponsored by Whole Foods Market. T ...…
 
This week on Eat Your Words, Cathy interviews New York apiarist Meg Paska. Meg was instrumental in the legalization of beekeeping in New York City. Tune in to hear about Meg’s beekeeping experience, and about her new book, The Rooftop Beekeeper: A Scrappy Guide to Keeping Urban Honeybees. This program has been sponsored by Whole Foods Market. T ...…
 
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The Greening of Gavin | Sustainable Living in the Suburbs
 
This week’s guest is Michael O’Connell. You met Mick in episode 46 and 47, and this time he shares with us the ins and outs of bee keeping in the suburbs. Mick has a few hives in his backyard which he looks after, and collects honey from. During the interview we cover swarming, how they breed, what they eat, how they access water, and much, muc ...…
 
Andy Joseph, State Apiarist, discusses the USDA report on threats to the health of America's all-important honey bees. Also, Bradshaw and Ed discuss politics, and Liz George joins Ed to announce her new business venture: Live! By Liz.By Ed Fallon.
 
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The Titanium Physicists Podcast
 
The Titanium Physicists explain the Solar Neutrino Problem To Artist and Apiarist Amy Pollien.
 
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The Titanium Physicists Podcast
 
The Titanium Physicists explain the Solar Neutrino Problem To Artist and Apiarist Amy Pollien.
 
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Sustainability Show
 
Linton Briggs – Bees and food securityLinton Briggs is a Queen Bee breeder from Glenrowan. His job is akin to that of a cattle, sheep or horse stud operator, except for bees. Australian native bees do not produce commercial quantities of honey so all Australia's honey bees originate in Europe. Because European honey bees evolved with food cro ...…
 
Lars is back! Basement antibiotics notwithstanding, Lars is back in action! Who said Norwegians had inferior immune systems? (The Swedes.)For all of our loyal apiarist (beekeeper) listeners, do we have show for you. (There are bees in this show, also parenthesis apparently). We also discuss the German idea of wares and fun.Sadly, there are some ...…
 
www.cjly.net/deconstructingdinner/102209.htm Sustainable Agriculture at Fleming College (Deconstructing Dinner in our Schools IV) Deconstructing Dinner is excited to share with our listeners an amazing new agriculture program for new farmers being offered at Fleming College in Lindsay, Ontario. The proposed curriculum touches on many of the are ...…
 
Dennis van Engelsdorp, Penn State UniversityWho would have thought that honey bees are worth $15 billion a year to U.S. agricultural crops? Dennis van Engelsdorp, Pennsylvanias acting state apiarist and researcher for Penn State University, will share the latest buzz on the importance of bee pollination to fruits, nuts, vegetables, and flowerin ...…
 
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