Best thelinguist podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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The Way of The Linguist: A Language Learning Odyssey
 
The audiobook, The Linguist: A personal guide to language learning, describes LingQ founder Steve Kaufmann's journey in learning to speak 9 languages and explains how you too, can become a linguist!
 
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Staff Meeting at TheLinguist, December 2004
 
Steve, Mark, Jill and Sean discuss ways to increase membership at The Linguist.com precursor to LingQ.
 
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English LingQ
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Join Steve Kaufmann, founder of LingQ, and Mark, Jill and others on the EnglishLingQ podcast. Sign up for a free account at LingQ.com and study the full transcript using LingQ's revolutionary learning tools.
 
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Swedish LingQ
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Join Steve Kaufmann, founder of LingQ, and his Swedish guests on the SwedishLingQ podcast. Sign up for a free account at LingQ.com and study the full transcript using LingQ's revolutionary learning tools.
 
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Spanish LingQ
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Join Steve and guests on the SpanishLingQ podcast. Sign up for a free account at LingQ.com and study the full transcript using LingQ's revolutionary learning tools.
 
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Russian LingQ
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Join Steve Kaufmann, founder of LingQ, Anna Ivanova and guests on the RussianLingQ podcast. Sign up for a free account at LingQ.com and study the full transcript using LingQ's revolutionary learning tools.
 
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A word in your ear
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Emeritus Professor Roly Sussex walks you through the linguistic mindfield, explaining the weird and wonderful aspects of English and many other languages.
 
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Portuguese LingQ
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Join Steve Kaufmann, founder of LingQ, Mairo, Susana and others on the PortugueseLingQ podcast. Sign up for a free account at LingQ.com and study the full transcript using LingQ's revolutionary learning tools.
 
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Language & Society
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Any analysis of language as a dynamic and evolving system must confront a self-evident truth: languages are spoken with intention by living, breathing human beings. The linguistic choices of individuals and groups point to the diverse ways that we understand our world and the complex meanings that we exchange with one another. This course is a collection of seminars given at the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language by both Centre members and visiting scholars. Please note: d ...
 
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Slab City Slam podcast
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The Arizona Spoken Word Fest and Slab City Slam returns to Arcosanti each and every Memorial Day Weekend. As the most anticipated spoken word event in the state, Slab City offers an opportunity to take the linguistic pulse of Arizona’s literary communities and see all the variety the state’s scenes offer. This year, the Fest seeks to push the performative envelope even farther, offering a third day of experimental performance on top of the traditional main event.
 
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For our 1st biweekly episode of August, we spoke to Sabrina Clarke! Sabrina is a film and linguistics student at Carnegie Mellon University. Join us as we learn about her experience at Cannes Film Festival, the importance of color in film, the linguistics of the "n-word" and how the film industry is changing.Find Sabrina on all social media @sa ...…
 
This podcast is about sharing ideas, insights, research and experiences around emotion in the workplace. Here we explore the breadth and depth of emotions so listeners can use what we discuss to help enrich lives or help protect from or reduce harm. We focus on the roles #emotion #credibility and #deception play in the workplace. For this episo ...…
 
Miles & Crawford are back this week with a hilarious edition about the Linguistics of language! Where does our language come from and how do we communicate today? Why can't we seem to pronounce anything correctly? What is so profane about profanity?! Highly caffeinated and full of ideas we tackle this complex topic with our usual method of mean ...…
 
Stephen Metcalf, June Thomas, and Christina Cauterucci discuss the new horror film It Comes at Night, the TNT Niecy Nash vehicle Claws, and Beth Ditto's new album Fake Sugar. In Slate Plus, the panel examines the linguistic and social phenomena of the "snowflake".
 
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Lingthusiasm - A podcast that's enthusiastic about linguistics
 
How do we get from knowing words to making brand-new sentences out of them? In episode 9 of Lingthusiasm, your hosts Gretchen McCulloch and Lauren Gawne talk about how words form groups with other words: constituency. Once you start looking for it, constituency is everywhere: in ambiguous sentences like “time flies like an arrow; fruit flies li ...…
 
This interview was broadcast as part of our AirSource One radio day on 8th June 2017. Andy and Katharine chat with Kasia about sourcing for culture fit and the linguistics of selection.
 
ABOUT SIDDHARTHA BOSEI was born in Calcutta and spent the first five years of my life there. This city, which was once the second city of the British Empire, was where English literature was fi rst introduced as a discipline of study, to civilise the natives. I spent the next eight years in Bombay, and returned to thecity of my birth for anothe ...…
 
Little scientific research exists on the role of empathy in effective interactions between patients and health care providers, but most people probably think they can spot empathy when they hear it. A new study from University of Florida researchers and their colleagues looks at the language of empathy and suggests that it involves a word you m ...…
 
Temporary People (Restless Books) In the United Arab Emirates, foreign nationals constitute over 80 percent of the population. Brought in to construct and serve the towering monuments to wealth that punctuate the skylines of Abu Dhabi and Dubai, this labor force is not given the option of citizenship. Some ride their luck to good fortune. Other ...…
 
Noam Chomsky for 50 years has been America’s Socrates, our public pest with questions that sting … not the city-square of Athens but a vast global village in pain and now, it seems, in danger. The world in trouble today still beats a path to Noam Chomsky’s door, if only because he’s been forthright for so long about a whirlwind coming. Not that ...…
 
A person’s last words often take on an eerie significance, giving tantalizing clues about the ultimate fate of the human soul. Until recently, however, no one had systematically studied end-of-life communication by using examples from ordinary people. Linguist Lisa Smartt changed all that with the Final Words Project, which she established in c ...…
 
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Small Business with Steve Strauss powered by Microsoft
 
Steve is joined by the Linguistic Project Manager at Microsoft, Nicole Michel! Nicole is a wonderful source of valuable information on how to communicate effectively. There are lessons for everyone, on how communicating efficiently can increase the bottom line for your business.
 
Dr. Veronica Anderson, Host, Functional Medicine Specialist and Medical Intuitive interviews Susanna Janssen on the benefits of bilingualism for your brain, career and health. Can learning a language help improve the quality of your life? Foreign language educator Susanna Janssen is an expert teacher and passionate advocate for language acquisi ...…
 
Ben checks the Hymndex, Brian eats Forever Jam, and they get involved in a Parade Raid. Check it out!By happycastfeedback@gmail.com (Happycast Productions).
 
Many of us who pursue artistic or creative passions look to those who have succeeded in a particular field. Writers inspire the linguistically-inclined, musicians often look to top artists and bands for a model of creative success. But what about the possibility of drawing inspiration across artistic disciplines? This week we speak with Jibri M ...…
 
This week on philosophy Connor and Dan finally get back to something Connor actually gives a shit about: robutts. Specifically, whether we should be afraid of them or impressed by them. To answer these questions, your hosts consult the One Pump Chumpsky himself, Noam Chomsky. The linguistics expert from MIT has some pretty damning things to say ...…
 
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Queer Linguistics
 
Today we discuss the implications of Grammatical Gender for nonbinary and gender-neutral expression (and vice-versa). We'll look a little bit at lexical access, a little bit about proposals for language reform, and try to link the theory behind grammatical gender with the practical realm of language use. Plus, some updates from the Linguistic S ...…
 
The science of boredom is actually quite stimulating, as Carl makes clear in an utterly meta segment of the Boredom Bin. And they're old, they're fast, they're huge, they're magical ... they're mushrooms. From "hat" tossing to cleaning up nuclear waste, Alison explores the fantastic capabilities of fungi. The brain is a mysterious thing, and th ...…
 
[Note: This was previously posted on my Algocracy project blog; I'm cross-posting it here now. The audio quality isn't perfect but the content is very interesting. It is a talk by Pip Thornton, the (former) Research Assistant on the project]. My post as research assistant on the Algocracy & Transhumanism project at NUIG has come to an end. I ha ...…
 
Dr. Daniel Machiela on the linguistic makeup Aramaic at Qumran and the Bible. http://www.ancientjewreview.com/articles/2017/3/22/the-aramaic-language-of-the-dead-sea-scrolls-why-it-matters-and-what-lies-ahead Trinity Western University Dead Sea Scrolls Institute Twitter.com/twudssi Facebook.com/twudssi…
 
In this podcast, you will listen to the cooperative principle as introduced by the Linguist Paul Grice.
 
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The Sensibly Speaking Podcast
 
Destructive cults, the media, politicians and governments use loaded language to influence thought and behavior. In this episode I discuss what this is all about, how it’s done and give specific examples from my experience with Scientology. Show notes: Group language or loaded language is one of the primary but far from the only cult control me ...…
 
Destructive cults, the media, politicians and governments use loaded language to influence thought and behavior. In this episode I discuss what this is all about, how it’s done and give specific examples from my experience with Scientology. Show notes: Group language or loaded language is one of the primary but far from the only cult control me ...…
 
Paul Bass Photo On this episode host Lucy Gellman talks to Language Chef Robert t M. Aiudi about the linguistic origins of Easter, and traditions that have since blossomed around the globe.
 
On this episode host Lucy Gellman talks to Language Chef Robert M. Aiudi about the linguistic origins of Easter, and traditions that have since blossomed around the globe.
 
In this episode of the Becoming the Alpha Muslim podcast I welcome Nour Goda, founder and editor-in-chief of the Between Arabs Project, which is a website and podcast that brings together Arabs of all faiths and Muslims of all ethnicities to discuss social issues that plague our communities. What I like about Nour's work and that of her colleag ...…
 
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Animalogy \ Revealing the Animals in Our Everyday Words & Phrases
 
Roughly 10,000 new words entered the English language during the Norman occupation and assimilation, particularly those having to do with the world of the ruling class. The effects of the linguistic class division are most apparent in the culinary realm, where words used by the aristocracy have French origins and words used by the commoners hav ...…
 
“It’s not just about languages… people tend to focus on the linguistic aspect too much, and not on all the other skills that are necessary to become an interpreter… the analytical mind, we have to be aware of all kinds of different things… And you have to be curious enough to be interested in everything. http://media.blubrry.com/womenindiplomac ...…
 
On this week's podcast, Ars Technica's Jonathan Gitlin talks with Ars Business Editor Cyrus Farivar, who is a huge fan of the show. Last year, Cyrus held a live talk with Nick Farmer, the linguist who invented the Belter language for the TV show and became intrigued. Cyrus talks about how his interest grew out of being a fan of shows like BSG, ...…
 
On this week's podcast, Ars Technica's Jonathan Gitlin talks with Ars Business Editor Cyrus Farivar, who is a huge fan of the show. Last year, Cyrus held a live talk with Nick Farmer, the linguist who invented the Belter language for the TV show and became intrigued. Cyrus talks about how his interest grew out of being a fan of shows like BSG, ...…
 
Bible Poverty So, if I asked you the question: What is the one thing (or a few things) that Christians in “struggling” areas of the world need? You might say “stronger pastors or leaders,” or “better theology,” or even “more churches.” All of these are true, but something I personally overlooked is the simple need for Bibles. Bible poverty is a ...…
 
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The Digital Life
 
Jon: Welcome to Episode 199 of The Digital Life, a show about our insights into the future of design and technology. I’m your host, Jon Follett and with me is founder and co-host Dirk Knemeyer. Dirk: Greetings, listeners. Jon: Our special guest on the podcast this week is Tomer Perry, research associate at the Center [...]…
 
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But That's Just My Opinion
 
On this weeks But That's Just My Opinion, Daniel Morales joins Matt and David to discuss the linguistics aspects of Arrival (2016). Daniel dives deep into the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis and how that shapes the reality of the film and how the theory is actually viewed in the linguistics community. They also discuss how language varies from different ...…
 
In this podcast Andrew shares insight on the linguistic foundation of many languages: Latin. Learn how Latin can aid you in excelling in grammar and provide you with a deeper understanding of the English language. Go To Part 1 Referenced Materials: The War Against Grammar by David Mulroy The Lost Tools of Learning essay by Dorothy Sayers Prima ...…
 
In this podcast Andrew shares insight on the linguistic foundation of many languages: Latin. Learn how Latin can aid you in excelling in grammar and provide you with a deeper understanding of the English language. Go To Part 2 Referenced Materials: But, but, but ... What about Grammar? Podcast Series: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 Article Audio Talk ...…
 
The ENL team continues last month's conversation with Priscilla Wong and focuses on the linguistic challenges that face Mandarin and Cantonese speakers as they learn English. Priscilla shares her experiences as an English language learner from China and even offers a helpful tip sheet for educators who serve Chinese students. This month's conve ...…
 
In the third, and (for now) the last episode in our little mini-series about how Brexit is being taken up in academia, we brought on Robert Lawson, who is a lecturer and course director at Birmingham City University’s School of English and responsible for the linguistics arm of the Centre for Brexit Studies.We cover a whole big range of ground ...…
 
Spanish Jewry viewed itself as the nobility of the Jewish people, whose roots were in the legendary past. This episode traces history of the community from the fall of Rome until the rise of the Muslim Kingdom of Al Andalus and the linguistic origins of the Golden Age of Spain.
 
Welcome back to season 2, episode 4 of Another Empty Conversation.Today we are continuing our discussion on Learning Lament: Faith and Sadness of Biblical proportions. On this episode, we are calling on the Grammar Nerds and looking at some of the linguistics of the book of Lamentations.Don’t worry, we won’t be diagraming sentences or parsing v ...…
 
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All Things Therapy
 
Amadaes is a frequent guest speaking about Astrology, Clairvoyant Artistry, and Medical Intuition. Today we speak about the linguistics and syntax of curse words. Find her at: iamamadaes.com
 
You won't believe what it takes to make a good linguistic article! Listicles, or list articles, can be interesting, amusing, and even informative. What goes into the creation of a good linguistic listicle? How can they change someone's mind about language? And what's in the future for science communication? Linguist and writer Arika Okrent talk ...…
 
When conservatives speak, they hear a different message than what liberals hear. When liberals speak, they hear a different message than what conservatives hear. Did Donald Trump call Mexicans murderers and rapists OR did he highlight a border security issue? Understanding this linguistics gap is crucial to 1) influencing the other side, and 2) ...…
 
In this episode of Living the Dream Jon (@jonpiccini) and Dave (@withsobersenses) have a very quick chat about Cory Bernardi quitting the Liberal party. We discuss how this is more evidence of the breakdown of politics/the rise of antipolitics; the attempts by the RBA to keep capital accumulation going through monetary policy whilst everything ...…
 
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