Best leith podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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Three From Leith
Three of the best local, national and international podsafe tracks each week, selected by your host, Grant Mason, in the heart of historic Leith
Sunshine on Leith Podcast
Spectator Books
Literary interviews and discussions on the latest releases in the world of publishing, from poetry through to physics. Presented by Sam Leith.
Sermons – Wooddale Church
A weekly podcast of Wooddale Church's sermons. Wooddale Church is an interdenominational evangelical church based in Eden Prairie and Edina, Minnesota. You can find more audio and video on our website at
Monuments Podcast: Four Course History
An audio guide for the Leith area of Edinburgh. New histories of movement and change through food and personal narratives.
Active Inquiry Podcast
The home of the Active Inquiry Podcast
Spectator Books
The Spectator's books podcast. Presented by Sam Leith.
RTÉ - Podchraoladh I Measc na nDaoine
Muintir an Deiscirt a bhíonn le clos ar an gclár seo agus iad ag cur síos do Mhícheál Ó Sé ar a saol agus a saothar: a n-óige, cúrsaí oibre agus oideachais, taisteal, spórt, tógaint clainne, creideamh agus fealsúnacht i leith na beatha. Láithriú Léiriú Presenter producer: Mícheál Ó Sé.
Faith Matters
Faith Matters is the broadcast ministry of Leith Anderson and Wooddale Church.
Dexter Fletcher and Jane Horrocks: Meet the Filmmaker
Director Dexter Fletcher (Wild Bill) and Jane Horrocks (Little Voice, Trollied) discuss their new film. A jubilant and heartwarming film that follows two young couples as they face the future and search for their own place in the world. An uplifting film about live, love & family, Sunshine on Leith features the euphoric music of The Proclaimers. Moderated by Kevin Hughes at the Apple Store Regent Street in London.
Personal Recollections of Early Melbourne and Victoria by WESTGARTH, William
Son of John Westgarth, surveyor-general of customs for Scotland, was born at Edinburgh, in June 1815. He was educated at the high schools at Leith and Edinburgh, and at Dr Bruce's school at Newcastle-on-Tyne. He then entered the office of G. Young and Company of Leith, who were engaged in the Australian trade, and realizing the possibilities of the new land, decided to emigrate to Australia. He arrived in Melbourne, then a town of three or four thousand inhabitants, in December 1840. When th ...
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Jesus Radio Superstar Volume Two "The Proclaimers" Psalm 25:1-10 NRV Kevin Powell First Lutheran Church Calgary, AB YouTube video of "The Proclaimers" song: YouTube video of Sunshine on Leith movie version of "The Proclaimers" song:…
Kitchen Party Ceilidh
Our 217th episode, which aired on September 17, 2017, and featured historic Cape Breton music.Cape Breton Symphony – Captain Campbell/Sandy Is My Darling/My Brother’s Letter, FiddleSons of Skye – Cape Breton Soldiers, Both Sides of the WaterSlainte Mhath – Bruce and the Troopers, The Cape Breton ConnectionBill Lamey – The Highlanders’ Farewell ...…
There are 46 million people in slavery around the world today. As Gary Haugen notes in Today’s Conversation, that’s more people in slavery today than at any other time in history. Still he’s hopeful — and has strategies — to see an end to human trafficking and slavery. In this podcast, NAE President Leith Anderson and Gary Haugen, founder and C ...…
With Robert Webb, author of 'How Not To Be a Boy'. Presented by Sam Leith.
In The Mix: The Great British Bake Off Podcast
Greer is joined by Suzi to recap Cake Week in the Bake Off tent. There were gothic handbags, three quarter melons and good painted crust. We learn more than we bargained for about newest judge Prue Leith and say goodbye to the first baker to leave the tent, Peter. Thanks for listening! Join us every Wednesday for a new episode. In The Mix is a ...…
A crowd gathered and tears were shed as Big Ben bonged for the final time before being silenced for a four-year, £29 million renovation. Were the MP’s tears real? Will the renovation stick to schedule and budget? Why has this story generated so much coverage? Across the pond, the USA experienced its first total solar eclipse in 99 years. Millio ...…
Countries for Kids from Case of Adventure
Welcome to the second episode of the Countries For Kids PODCAST, Romania for Kids, with Karyn from CASE OF ADVENTURE. We are excited to travel through many lands with you! Please click read more… below if you did not come directly to the full post. Read or listen, watch the videos and download the Romania printable pack. Click the play button i ...…
In Today’s Conversation, Leith Anderson and Brad Hewitt talk about how to be a money-wise Christian. As the CEO of a major Christian financial services organization, Brad guides listeners through biblical principles and practical tips for making wise financial decisions. In this podcast, Leith and Brad discuss: How to think about money from a b ...…
Gardens! Plants! Growing things! Can we do it? Probably not! But we read books about it anyway. We talk about houseplants we’ve killed, the appeal of beautiful pictures of plants, and failing to grow things. Plus: Another chance to enter our contest! You can download the podcast directly, find it on Libsyn, or get it through iTunes, Stitcher, G ...…
Geoff and Sean Record from Leith's Ocean Terminal this weekDiscussions Include:Dunkirk ReviewSpider-ManSan DiegoDaredevilRetro Arcade GamesThere is awesomeness where you can hear Geoff attemt a serious discussion about one of the turning points in Human History and the bravery of men on a literal seaside hell on earth, while Sean shits himself ...…
Spectator Books
With Alex Clark and Damian Barr. Presented by Sam Leith.
Damien Leith is back with his one-man show The Parting Glass and will be touring Australia in October.
Today's Conversation
Poverty-focused international aid addresses a host of public health, disaster relief and food security issues, and promotes religious freedom and human rights. Though it is a very small portion of the U.S. budget, it is often on the chopping block. In this podcast, you’ll hear NAE President Leith Anderson and Rich Stearns, president of World Vi ...…
Brooklands Radio Your Health Matters
Jill Bennett’s talks to Be Kassapain who was born, raised and educated locally. In 1985 she joined the famous "Leith's School of Food and Wine" and was thrilled to be awarded the prestigious Moet and Chandon "Most employable student of the year" award. Always having worked with food Be decided to stay in that area after having her children and ...…
Sy has returned from France and joins Sean for episode 109 of the Sumo Survival Bushcraft Podcast. We have quite a mix of listener questions in this cast and the guys chat about some news from the community. Grant from Ryde asks the guys why UK bushcrafters on youtube focus some much on living in woodlands where elsewhere in the world woods sel ...…
With Jonathan Meades, author of The Plagiarist in the Kitchen. Presented by Sam Leith.
A poet and a fiction writer meet at Émile Nelligan's grave--figuratively, of course. Or is it literally? Kelly, whose recent poetry collection draws on Irish and French landscape and psychogeography, and Yiwei, whose latest novel was banned in his country of origin, talk about the writers that haunt them, and the writers they haunt. Also discus ...…
The Kitchen Café
The Bangalore Torpedo, a Devil's Rib, an Elephant's Trunk, a Bird's Eye and a bit of Scottish Purple Gusto, all varieties of chilli, love them or loathe them chillies are a fundamental part of any curry. In this month's Curry Club, Sumayya Usmani and Ghillie Basan explore how chillies travelled the world and became such an important ingredient ...…
With Hugo Rifkind, Ellie Mae O'Hagan, James Fergusson, Pragna Patel, Sam Leith, John McEntee, and Professor Richard Bateman. Presented by Isabel Hardman.
Joulene, Ryan, Zack, Dan, Steph, and Leith sat down to reflect on the LAWCHA 2017 conference, the Ten Guiding Principles, Black Lives Matter, indigenous rights, the ILWU's opposition to Japanese internment, and LAWCHA's invaluable contribution to the labor movement and study of working class history. The Labor and Working-Class History Associat ...…
Jons Untitled Podcast
My guest this week is Leith Hynds, singer of Vaultry. We discuss how Leith joined the band, as well as the story behind behind their newest album, Eulogy, and why it was so important to the band to make THIS album. What touring looks like for a Canadian band, and how hard it is to break out of the area to tour stateside. We get into a bit of a ...…
With Andrew O'Hagan, author of The Secret Life. Presented by Sam Leith.
With Rowan Hisayo Buchanan, Kit de Waal, and Francis Spufford. Presented by Sam Leith.
What messages do women today need to hear? How has technology expanded the opportunities for women leaders and ministries? In Today’s Conversation with NAE President Leith Anderson, Rebekah Lyons fields these questions on today’s women’s ministry and many more. In this podcast, you’ll hear Rebekah share: How her personal experience with a panic ...…
What messages do women today need to hear? How has technology expanded the opportunities for women leaders and ministries? In Today’s Conversation with NAE President Leith Anderson, Rebekah Lyons fields these questions on today’s women’s ministry and many more. In this podcast, you’ll hear Rebekah share: How her personal experience with a panic ...…
Should you tell your story as fiction or memoir? More importantly, which will get you into more trouble? Two writers talk about the fine line between autobiography and stuff you make up. Also discussed: Winter as hazing ritual; language- and code-switching; Leonard Cohen singalongs; the relationship between Middle East politics and parenthood. ...…
Tech TalkBack with Richard Pascoe
Richard discusses the Apple announcements with Leith Forrest and answers listeners calls
With Professor Michael Wood. Presented by Sam Leith.
Boogie, Arlene and Marty were lucky enough to get a look at the 'world's most luxurious ship ever built' when it docked in Leith. The grabbed a chat with some of the crew to see what it's like working on such a cruise-liner.#BoogieInTheMorning #Forth1 #Interview #RegentSevenSeas #SevenSeasExplorer
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