Best ubc podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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CiTR -- UBC Arts On Air
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Listen to the top writers, philosophers, researchers, singers and actors in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Creative and Performing Arts at UBC. Provocative interviews, expert commentary and the latest updates from the Faculty of Arts make for an informative and entertaining segment.
 
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UBC Insiders On Air
Weekly
 
News and interviews about the University of British Columbia.
 
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UBC Worship Services
Weekly+
 
 
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UBC Waco Podcast
Monthly+
 
This is the official podcast of UBC Waco, TX. For more information checkout www.ubcwaco.org.
 
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Jobs In Science Podcast - GrasPods
Monthly
 
The Jobs in Science Podcast explores the lives of modern scientists and the opportunities that exist for those exploring STEM careers. It's also about the daily lives of the scientists, their life philosophies and their advice to future generations.
 
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Sermons - University Baptist Church
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University Baptist Church
 
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Uijongbu Baptist Church
Monthly+
 
Listen to sermons from UBC in Korea.
 
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University Chapel Sermons - Vancouver BC
 
This is a free weekly podcast of the sermon preached at University Chapel in Vancouver, British Columbia. University Chapel is an evangelical church located in the heart of the University of British Columbia campus that ministers to local residents, esl students, UBC students, and visitors both short and long-term. Enjoy the sermon and we look forward to seeing you one day at University Chapel
 
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Anthropology and Society: Presentations by Charles Menzies
 
Anthropology and Society is a series of public presentations given by Charles Menzies, an associate professor of anthropology at UBC. The talks range from issues of First Nations Studies, natural resource management, North America, to Europe and much, much more.
 
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Christ Journey Church - Messages (video)
 
Weekend Messages from Christ Journey Church in Miami, FL. We are transformational community living out the Gospel of Jesus Christ together: Changing Lives, Changing Families, Changing the World. To find out more about us visit http://www.christjourney.org
 
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Spirit Plant Medicine Conference
 
“What the Plant Kingdom is Telling Us”
 
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The Church At Arkansas
Monthly+
 
Weekly services from The Church at Arkansas1905 E Mission BlvdFayetteville, AR
 
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Dollar Project Vancouver
Daily+
 
The Dollar Project is a club and member of the Alma Mater Society of the University of British Columbia. The project aims to show the power of individual actions to catalyze change in society. This podcast is a voice for us to talk about issues in society, issues around campus and for us to unwind and chat about things that may interest us, be it music, movies or books on the side. We are not hard working academics all the time, we have social lives as well!
 
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Showcase – LFS 400: Audio Storytelling
 
More than just a podcasting course. Adopting a journalistic framework to communicate powerful stories and present academic content in new ways through the use of audio technology.
 
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In the Distance
Weekly
 
The Unofficial UBC MFA Creative Writing Opt-Res Literary Podcast!
 
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CiTR -- The Social Focus
Rare
 
An interview-based show about how students, past and present, have come up with creative ways to overcome social challenges in the community. Each episode will invite individuals to share their stories of success and failure, along with actionable advice on how to start an innovative initiative that serves the community. Hear from UBC students, alumni and others involved in the community!
 
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That's One Way To Look At It
 
Three UBC students provide their insights on everything regarding University. Whether you are coming into university or a current undergraduate, there will be conversation and debate topics that you can relate to and learn from.
 
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CiTR -- All Ears
Monthly+
 
Looking for advice? Hosts Brandon and Mormei think they can help you with that. All Ears is an advice radio program where the hosts read real questions from the UBC community and answer them live. Other content includes interviewing students, consulting experts, and giving campus life advice. Submit your question at http://alleears.tumblr.com/ask
 
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CiTR -- TweetsandTunes
Monthly+
 
Tweets and Tunes talking with Capitol 6 during their live performance at the UBC SUB.
 
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Frequencies
Daily+
 
A podcast from the Library at UBC Okanagan featuring faculty and researchers critically discussing their work.
 
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Anthropology and Society: Presentations by Charles Menzies
 
Anthropology and Society is a series of public presentations given by Charles Menzies, an associate professor of anthropology at UBC. The talks range from issues of First Nations Studies, natural resource management, North America, to Europe and much, much more.
 
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PRT Weekly
Rare
 
A policy podcast with graduate students from the Public Policy and Global Affairs Program at UBC's School of Public Policy and Global Affairs.
 
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Meiji at 150
Weekly
 
In the Meiji at 150 Podcast, host Tristan Grunow interviews specialists of Japanese history, literature, art, and culture located on campus or who come to UBC for public events. Follow us to hear about the recent research of prominent scholars of Japan along with their pedagogical approaches to one of Japan’s most transformative periods.
 
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CiTR -- Thunderbird Eye
Rare
 
Your weekly roundup of UBC Thunderbird sports action from both on and off campus with your hosts Eric Thompson, Jake McGrail, and Jacob Aere
 
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CiTR -- Student Special
Monthly+
 
Textbook (FKA The Student Special Hour) is an eclectic foray into the wonderful world of UBC campus life. Each week features a plethora of student initiatives, upcoming events, and current affairs, brought to you through interviews with clubs, faculty, societies and associations. Listen to this and more brought together in a nice tidy bow by CiTRs very own Student Programming Coordinator. Come on a while ride with us as we sit down each week and bring you news and tunes for campus living.Pho ...
 
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On That Note
Daily+
 
How does music work? What can music tell us about ourselves and the world? On That Note is a monthly deep-dive into the music that you love — and music you’ve never heard of. Join host Graham MacDonald and musicians and scholars from the UBC School of Music as they investigate everything from Beyoncé to Bach to Balinese Gamelan.
 
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CiTR -- Alphabet Soup
Monthly
 
Alphabet Soup is a talk show which focuses on the writing of MFA Creative Writing students at UBC. Topics include events happening in the program and the Vancouver art scene while promoting the writers and the genre which they are working in.
 
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Off the Cuff - Heatwave Radio UBCO
 
Heatwave Radio's premiere entertainment podcast! Every week, Alex and Jeff get together to talk about the latest movie, tv, and video game news. Tune in to hear UBC Okanagan's (self-appointed) pop-culture authorities discuss everything from Batman to Pokemon to Michael Bolton!
 
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Off the Cuff - Heatwave Radio UBCO
 
Heatwave Radio's premiere entertainment podcast! Every week, Alex and Jeff get together to talk about the latest movie, tv, and video game news. Tune in to hear UBC Okanagan's (self-appointed) pop-culture authorities discuss everything from Batman to Pokemon to Michael Bolton!
 
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In this episode, Dr. Yi reads the Meiji Period from the perspective of literary studies and discusses the impacts of the Meiji Restoration on writers in Japan, especially Korean and Korean-Japanese writers composing literature in Japanese. We discuss issues of language and identity in the prewar Japanese empire, definition of the “modern" Japan ...…
 
What do geography and real estate have in common? Find out by listening to this week's episode, featuring UBC Geography professor and longtime student of Vancouver real estate, David Ley. David has done extensive research on gentrification and its effects on real estate in Vancouver and he makes some pointed observations and surprising predicti ...…
 
First time correspondent Ileana Soza comes in to talk about Craft Circle Market and the Texas Troubadours' outing at the Chan. We also review UBC Theatre's Wives and Daughters, ramble a little on Streets of Fire, conduct an interview with the Musical Theatre Troupe's Anne Arandia regarding the upcoming production of Sebastian Ochoa Mendoza's Be ...…
 
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B.C. Almanac from CBC Radio British Columbia
 
CBC municipal affairs reporter Justin McElroy and UBC Sauder School of Business associate professor Tom Davidoff on Vancouver's new short-term rental regulations. Doug Saunders, author of Maximum Canada: Why 35 Million Canadians Are Not Enough.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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The Early Edition from CBC Radio British Columbia (Highlights)
 
Another segment from 'Major Misconduct: Why We Let Kids Fight On Ice'. We speak to a UBC neuroscientist to find out why the young developing brain takes so much longer to recover from traumatic brain injuries than the developed adult brain.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
TGSP 106: We welcome MJ Milloy, a Research Scientist with the BC Centre on Substance Use (BCCSU) and Assistant Professor at UBC, about his draw dropping studies showing that cannabis could help people suffering from addiction. MJ is working on a study with very promising results. Take a listen!
 
Find your dream home at Musee! This modern concrete building is ideally located in the heart of the vibrant shopping and entertainment district of South Granville, just steps away from boutiques, theatres, restaurants, Granville Island and UBC bus routes. This open concept two bedroom + two bathroom...…
 
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UBC Waco Podcast
 
Josh Carney//Deuteronomy 32//October 29, 2017
 
What is a ballad? You know one when you hear it, right? And yet ballads are weirdly difficult to pin down: Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" is a ballad, but so is Mötley Crüe's "Home Sweet Home." This slipperiness might go some way to explaining why they've maintained their hold on us for the past sixty years. From Elvis’s "Blue Moon" ...…
 
 
 
Elida Ibrahim, a fellow sociology graduate from UBC, is talking with us today. She was born in Malaysia and has lived around the world. On this episode, she shares her stories of living in Vienna, Vancouver and Kuala Lumpur. We also talk about our families politics and her experiences living in Malaysia and how the intersections of race, class, ...…
 
J19: The Journal of Nineteenth Century Americanists was launched in 2013. Published twice annually, the official publication of the C19 organization is dedicated to innovative research on, and analysis of, the long nineteenth century. In this episode members of the C19 Podcast team bring you an exclusive interview with the new co-editors of the ...…
 
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PGIMF Worship Services
 
Dr. J. Evan Kreider (Professor Emeritus of Music, UBC) spoke on the visible manifestation of the Christian life as seen in the life and death of Perpetua, Felicitas, and their companions at Carthage in Africa, circa 203 AD. Evan introduced us to an account of their martyrdom by Dr. Alan Kreider (Evan’s cousin, the late Professor Emeritus of Chu ...…
 
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UBC Waco Podcast
 
Josh Carney//Matthew 18:21-35//September 17, 2017
 
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UBC Worship Services
 
 
On Visible Minorities, we're talking Alex Chow. Alex is an ambitious second year student who plans to major in sociology and one day become an academic. He is currently working as a research assistant at UBC on different projects like the arts first year experience. As an international student, Alex talked about his observed differences between ...…
 
Today, is the first episode! I have one of my friends, Veronica Cho, talking with us. Veronica is a kickass woman who took a bit of an unconventional road to where she is now. We talked about how she left universit after her first year, got a job in South Korea, lived in South Africa and finally found her way back to UBC with a different major. ...…
 
The Battle of Vimy Ridge was fought in April 1917 during the First World War. Four divisions of the Canadian Expeditionary Force attacked the German stronghold of Hill 145 on the morning of 9 April, and three days later, had successfully pushed the German army off of the ridge. Since those cold and wet April days one hundred years ago, Vimy has ...…
 
A veteran therapist, Tim Readman is the Executive Director of the Stroke Recovery Association of British Columbia and Professor at the UBC School of Rehabilitation Sciences in the Faculty of Medicine. He was also recently appointed as Senior Manager for Stroke Recovery with March of Dimes Canada.Tim graduated from the University of Northumbria, ...…
 
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UBC Waco Podcast
 
Josh Carney//Matthew 18:15-20//September 10, 2017
 
Karen Hodges, Conservation Biologist and Professor in the Department of Biology at UBC Okanagan, discusses how scientists can adapt their language to better address the impact of their research to a variety of audiences.
 
Greg ​Garrard, Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies Professor in the Department of English at UBC Okanagan, explores cultural reactions to science through literature and the ramifications of politicizing science.
 
Segun Oyedele, Anatomy Instructor and Course Director with UBC's Southern Medical Program, discusses shifting pedagogies and the challenges of accessible science in the classroom and practice.
 
Richard Federley, Research Support Specialist with the Office of Research Services at UBC Okanagan, engages in mapping concepts, novel applications of ideas, and the need to critically evaluate the world around us and the theories that describe it.
 
Zach Walsh, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at UBC Okanagan, addresses an increased interest in medicinal psychoactive drug usage, how this engages our drug literacy, and shifts notions of medicinal and recreational uses of drugs.
 
Ben Tippett, Sessional Instructor in Physics and Mathematics at UBC Okanagan explores bridging science and fiction and making science accessible for an adult audience to enhance society's science literacy.
 
Today, UBC welcomes Louis Kang who, along with his wife Anna, serves as pastor for a new UBC ministry Partner, The House LA in Los Angeles.
 
Today, UBC welcomes Louis Kang who, along with his wife Anna, serves as pastor for a new UBC ministry Partner, The House LA in Los Angeles.
 
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UBC Waco Podcast
 
Toph Whisnant//September 3, 2017
 
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UBC Waco Podcast
 
Josh Carney//Matthew 16:13-20//August 27, 2017
 
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CoolConversations's podcast
 
As CTV's Los Angeles Bureau Chief, Tom Walters has reported from the Oscars red carpet, from the front lines of California's worst wild fires, and from ground zero of the H1N1 outbreak in Mexico. He has covered the recent devastating earthquakes in Haiti and Japan, several hurricanes, and the Gulf Coast oil spill. His career at CTV has been a v ...…
 
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UBC Waco Podcast
 
Josh Carney//Matthew 15:21-28//August 20, 2017
 
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UBC Waco Podcast
 
Josh Carney//Matthew 14:22-33//August 13, 2017
 
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