Best rspb podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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RSPB Bird Notes
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A Magazine devoted to Birds and the Environment for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds for birds, for people, forever - Britain's largest environemental charity.
 
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Nature's Voice
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Love nature? You'll love Nature's Voice. Each month we'll bring you features, interviews and news of birds and wildlife, from back gardens to the Sumatran rainforest. If you can't get enough, try dipping into our back catalogue. We'll take you soaring
 
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Birdpod - Birdwatching Podcast
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Welcome to all you Birdwatchers, Birders, Twitchers, Scopers, Ornithologists, Bird Nerds and Nature Lovers out there - Here you can listen to my weekly podcasts where I discuss all things Bird-related, plus YOU have the chance to have your say too!
 
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Big Garden Birdwatch
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Count the birds in your garden on 27 or 28 January. It's easy, fun and only takes an hour. The RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch has been run every year since 1979. BBC star Kate Humble will be taking you through to the big day and on to results day in March.
 
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Пробуждение Наций • G12 SPB
 
Проповеди, молитвы, живой звук, пророческий звук, конференции, свидетельства и другие материалы церкви "Пробуждение Наций" в г. Санкт-Петербруг, Россия
 
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Dj Andrey Mutos (Spb)
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ABCs With RSP
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This Week in Amateur Radio
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Podcast for This Week in Amateur Radio, amateur radio's news magazine of the airwaves
 
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GB2RS
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This is the weekly RSGB GB2RS broadcast.
 
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PROHOROV
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Алексей Прохоров (aka Prohorov) - Sounndproduser - Radio "Record"
 
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The Religious Studies Project
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The Religious Studies Project (RSP) is an international collaborative enterprise launched in January 2012, hosted by Christopher R. Cotter (Lancaster University, UK) and David G.
 
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Red Patch Live!
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Phoenix Bastaldi's The Frontier
 
This is PB. Musician, DJ, and whatever...
 
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Match of the Year Podcast
Monthly+
 
We look at the evolution of professional wrestling through some of its greatest matches! Every episode, we take a Match of the Year award winner from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Pro Wrestling Illustrated, The Theszies (RSPW Readers Poll), Box-y-Lucha, or Tokyo Sport annual poll.
 
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Australian Spotlight
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'Australian Spotlight' shares some of the many remarkable stories of Australian entrepreneurs, innovators and artists in the U.S., and the journeys they've taken to get here.Music: 'RSPN', (c) Blank & Kytt, March 2012 (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Blank__Kytt/Heavy_Crazy_Serious/)(c) Australian Consulate-General Los Angeles, 2017
 
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Your Numbers Your Journey
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"I feel the earth needs a fresh awakening change. Using the magic of numbers, allow me to guide you along your journey." ~ Stanley Tsiamoulis Welcome to the "Your Numbers Your Journey" podcast, part of Zeneth Culture A podcast about tapping into the most unique and accurate numerology in the cosmos. An Awesome Culture of People Discovering How Numerology & Astrology. The Science of Light Will Guide You In Wealth, Health & Balance. Discover Your ESP Code (Essence, Soul & Purpose)To Finally Ac ...
 
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Baby Southside Uncut the underground rapcast
 
There is a new face approaching the underground rap scene Baby Southside aka Da Midwest Don of this fast growing urban culture with underground rap being as deverse a genere with many sub catagories from the Chicago underground indierap & hiphop underworld emerges another rapstar/super producer who's production style and rap flow has yet to be defined and has a definite mark in Digital Indepedent rap and hiphop publishing.Through his years of growing up on the wicked streets of Chicago music ...
 
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RSPB Yorkshire staff are reflecting on birds all this week for Tweet of the Day. First, volunteer Steve Vickers recalls childhood memories of the eider duck.Tweet of the Day has captivated the Radio 4 audience with its daily 90 seconds of birdsong. But what of the listener to this avian chorus? In this new series of Tweet of the Day, we bring t ...…
 
RSPB Old Moor Learning Officer John Clifton on the bee-eater for Tweet of the Day.Tweet of the Day has captivated the Radio 4 audience with its daily 90 seconds of birdsong. But what of the listener to this avian chorus? In this new series of Tweet of the Day, we bring to the airwaves the conversational voices of those who listen to and are ins ...…
 
RSPB Old Moor Learning Officer John Clifton on the bee-eater for Tweet of the Day.Tweet of the Day has captivated the Radio 4 audience with its daily 90 seconds of birdsong. But what of the listener to this avian chorus? In this new series of Tweet of the Day, we bring to the airwaves the conversational voices of those who listen to and are ins ...…
 
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Gardeners' Question Time
 
Eric Robson and his panel of experts visit Folkestone. Pippa Greenwood, Matt Biggs and Bob Flowerdew answer the horticultural questions from the audience.This week the panellists discuss lemon/lime varieties to grow in an orangery, the best homemade feeds for flowering plants, and ways to rid your greenhouse of ants.Also, Matt Biggs buzzes off ...…
 
GOB 89 – Nature Study This article first appeared in Birdwatching Magazine April 2017 The question I see asked on local birding forums, more than any other, is ‘how do I get the kids interested in birding?’ Some may take to birding like ducks to dabbling, but most will reach their boredom threshold after about fifteen fidgeting minutes in a hid ...…
 
GOB 68 – What will they think of next…. (This article first appeared in the September 2015 edition of ‘Birdwatching’ magazine) “I’m not sure, I didn’t look to see if there is anything about”… was my reply to Hawkeye as we drove towards one our favourite local reserves. Her assumption was that my wish to go birding had been prompted by a rarity ...…
 
GOB 64 – Listing to one side… (This article first appeared in the May 2015 edition of Birdwatching Magazine) Somewhere wreathed in mist and hidden by a time vortex is the schism that divided those who need to note their observations and those who are happy just to observe. Like loving or hating Manga, musicals and Marmite, you either love to li ...…
 
GOB 63 – Hands up who like fluffy kittens? (This article first appeared in the April 2015 edition of Birdwatching magazine) Hands up who likes furry pets, penguins and Puffins. OK. Now, hands up who likes starlings, snakes and spiders. A few generations back most people considered the wild world a resource created by their deity for mankind’s b ...…
 
GOB 53 – Do Bears Sit in the Woods? (This article first appeared in the July 2014 edition of ‘Birdwatching’) If, like me, you grew up in 1950s England you will probably have a love/hate relationship with the French. The French have been our allies for generations, yet many of our former enemies stand in higher esteem. Perhaps it is like sibling ...…
 
GOB 52 – Curious Beaks (This article first appeared in the June 2014 edition of ‘Birdwatching’) There must be many ageing birders who use their mind’s eye to travel back to their birding roots. They say that, once you are past thirty you think about death every day of your life. Birders, past fifty start to remember the ‘good old days’… and thi ...…
 
GOB 50 – The Truth About Cats & Dogs (This article first appeared in the April 2014 edition of ‘Birdwatching’) It is time we started to tell the truth about cats and dogs and how they impact on wildlife. For far too long we have been apologists for our pets… perhaps because we British are so besotted with them! Myths abound and are often given ...…
 
GOB 48 – Rose-coloured Binoculars (This article first appeared in the February 2014 edition of ‘Birdwatching’) I’m waiting for the perfect winter raptor day to dawn bright blue, crisp and frosty – a clear day when I can see far across flat fields. Hard winters bring too much snow between my goal and me. Mild ones, which have predominated for a ...…
 
GOB 44 – Squaring the Circle Country File Investigates… …my fat backside! I used to watch country file every week because, in the old days, sandwiched between sheepdog trials and hedge-laying there was a snippet or two about conservation or birdlife. Things changed a while back when it seemed to have turned into a programme about middle class c ...…
 
GOB 32 – Just when you thought it was safe… Just when you think things cannot get worse life turns around and bites you on the butt… I ranted last month about rich landowners stealing our wildlife out of their selfish desire to kill wild things for sport. The RSPB and others reported that the Hen Harrier is on the brink of complete extirpation ...…
 
GOB 31 – The Mammoths in the Room We Brits pride ourselves on being at the forefront of conservation with organisations like the RSPB not only preserving habitats and challenging government policy at home, but helping out overseas as well. We applaud the international stance of the British Trust for Ornithology as it monitors the arrival of cuc ...…
 
GOB 30 – Give me my raptor today… (Apologies to Van Morrison for the misquote above) I am well beyond grumpy – my irritation has leapt the barrier of vexed and left incandescent far behind… I can find no superlative to convey just how angry I am. Two different sources have fired my ire, both conveying the very nadir of the most selfish criminal ...…
 
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Nature's Voice
 
As part of Project Puffin the RSPB wants you to join the Puffarazzi and send in your photos of puffins carrying fish in their beaks. Puffins have recently been added to the red conservation list and your photographs will help research into how they are faring during this breeding season. RSPB Northern Ireland's Liam McFaul is warden of the dram ...…
 
Alasdair Grubb from the remote camera team on Springwatch describes to Tweet of the Day how a blue tit seemingly cried out for his help when he was volunteering for the RSPB.Tweet of the Day has captivated the Radio 4 audience with its daily 90 seconds of birdsong. But what of the listener to this avian chorus? In this new series of Tweet of th ...…
 
Alasdair Grubb from the remote camera team on Springwatch describes to Tweet of the Day how a blue tit seemingly cried out for his help when he was volunteering for the RSPB.Tweet of the Day has captivated the Radio 4 audience with its daily 90 seconds of birdsong. But what of the listener to this avian chorus? In this new series of Tweet of th ...…
 
How has the way people want to volunteer changed, and what does it mean for us? Hear from NCVO, the National Trust, RSPB and others.
 
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Nature's Voice
 
Oxford has just become England’s first Swift City – a two year project, with money from the Heritage Lottery Fund, to give a home to these remarkable summer migrants who spend nearly all their lives on the wing. Since 1995 the number of swifts returning to the UK has fallen by 47 per cent and the project aims to recruit Oxford locals and city v ...…
 
Join our Reddit AskScience discussion at https://www.reddit.com/r/askscience/comments/6d3a4b/discussion_minuteearths_newest_video_on_the/ Buy the map & T-shirts at our store: http://dftba.com/MinuteEarth Our diets are more global than we realize, because our common food crops and animals were domesticated far away in diverse locations. Thanks a ...…
 
Buy the map & T-shirts at our store: http://dftba.com/MinuteEarth Join our Reddit AskScience discussion at https://www.reddit.com/r/askscience/comments/6d3a4b/discussion_minuteearths_newest_video_on_the/Our diets are more global than we realize, because our common food crops and animals were domesticated far away in diverse locations. Thanks al ...…
 
Tony Whitehead works for the RSPB and runs regular dawn chorus walks. He is also a sound recordist, specialising in recording nature, particularly bird song. After a dawn chorus walk as part of Soundcamp 2017 on the Dartington Estate, we sat under a tree to talk bird song, imagination and the need for quiet.…
 
This episode is supported by the team behind Outdoor Learning Day in the UK.In this episode of the UKEd_Podcast we explore the opportunities for teaching and learning outside. We visit the RSPB's Ribble Estuary Discovery Centre where we speak to Claire Crictchley as she explains exploring the mud flats nearby along with meeting some unique mini ...…
 
The National Nightingale Festival brings together events throughout May to give you the chance to go and hear the song of this increasingly rare bird at special venues across the east and south of England. On this edition of Nature’s Voice Jane Markham meets acclaimed folk singer Sam Lee who, with guest artists, creates concerts around a campfi ...…
 
Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire is home to one of our most enduring legends, that of Robin Hood. David Lindo learns how the man in green tights who stole from the rich and gave to the poor is still important to the people who live within the Sherwood Forest area, and to the many visitors who come here. The truth about the man behind the lege ...…
 
Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire is home to one of our most enduring legends, that of Robin Hood. David Lindo learns how the man in green tights who stole from the rich and gave to the poor is still important to the people who live within the Sherwood Forest area, and to the many visitors who come here. The truth about the man behind the lege ...…
 
Reissue of J. A. Baker’s extraordinary classic of British nature writing, with an exclusive new afterword by Robert Macfarlane. Despite the association of peregrines with the wild, outer reaches of the British Isles, The Peregrine is set on the flat marshes of the Essex coast, where J A Baker spent a long winter looking and writing about the vi ...…
 
Despite the association of peregrines with the wild, outer reaches of the British Isles, The Peregrine is set on the flat marshes of the Essex coast, where J A Baker spent a long winter looking and writing about the visitors from the uplands – peregrines that spend the winter hunting the huge flocks of pigeons and waders that share the desolate ...…
 
John Lanchbery is the Principal Advisor on climate change at the RSPB and a lead member of the BirdLife International team on climate change. At the conference he shared his insight on the COP21 Paris Agreement and what progress has been made towards the agreed goals.
 
We often report on nature in trouble in the podcast – so many species and habitats in the UK and around the world are under threat. But from time to time it’s worth taking stock of where work to help threatened species is bearing fruit. On this edition of Nature’s Voice Jane Markham talks to Andy Evans, head of the RSPB’s Nature Recovery Unit, ...…
 
We are catching up with the last few months news today, covering topics from vegan-upsetting nursery rhymes to the serious topics of the Ivory trade and policy changes within the UK and South Africa. We also cover the Scottish governments wish to cover Scotland in trees as well as the conflict between the GWCT and the RSPB. Plastics in the ocea ...…
 
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Nature's Voice
 
Actors Charles Dance and Jason Isaacs are taking a lead in The Climate Coalition's Show the Love campaign this February. They've given their time to star in a short film made by Ridley Scott Associates featuring the poetry of Anthony Anaxagorou and the music of Elbow. The things we love could change forever due to climate change and that's the ...…
 
Yorkshire's lobster and crab fisheries are the largest in Europe and there's great demand.
 
Yorkshire's lobster and crab fisheries are the largest in Europe and there's great demand.
 
Paul Hayes sits in, and hears about this year's RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch.
 
Paul Hayes sits in, and hears about this year's RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch.
 
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