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Audio drama based at the South Pole’s Amundsen-Scott Station. When a murder takes place during the 7-months of isolation & winter darkness, a US Marshal is sent the following season to investigate. What he finds is more than a murder, and too impossible to believe. Episodes released 2nd and 4th Wednesdays each month.
 
Learn how you can become your own Travel Agent with insight provided by travel authors, tour guides, adventurers, and digital nomads as we, hosts’ Bob DiMenna and Elliot Shibley, interview travel enthusiasts from around the world in order to gain knowledge on all aspects of travel. From hacking the airline point system to planning hiking adventures across Antarctica, you will hear from the people who have scoured the planet in search of the interesting, insightful, bold, and practical. This ...
 
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Antarctica; The Frozen Continent. Here scientists, technicians, support staff and mountaineers work together to further human knowledge, investigating every aspect of this vast, icy world. Iceworld podcast gets up close and personal with top scientists about their latest projects.
 
Video podcasts about Antarctica Weddell seals, and the work of the ecologists based at Montana State University who study these magnificent animals. This is one of the longest running population studies ever of a long-lived mammal, and involves the southernmost mammal on our planet. More information on this Weddell seal research work available at WeddellSealScience.com.
 
"Through ageless eons, the Dreamer sleeps In lost R'lyeh, where Shoggoths creep Where every moment they serve in dread Of what dreams convulse the sleeping head. . ." Research scientists in Antarctica find no evidence of global warming. Instead, they discover a truth truly terrifying. Frozen secrets. An ancient evil. A new religion. A clash of skeptics and believers.
 
Season 1 is a virtual journey to Antarctica. For Season 2, Samantha Hodder joins the all-women’s leadership expedition to Antarctica, as Podcaster in Residence. The trip plan was to get all the way to the Rothera Research Station, part of the British Antarctic Survey, a place that’s so remote, it’s almost an illusion. But they had problem...they almost got stuck in the ice. To solve this problem, the women aboard this ship were asked to take a blind vote to determine what to do. They took ch ...
 
Barrett's Project Discovery & Project Interaction teachers, & ELL, Reading, & Classroom Teachers were awarded a $10,000 Toyota TAPESTRY Science grant. The 2006-07 grant supported student participation in lessons that incorporate the Jason Project, NASA Explorer School experiences, Virginia Science and culminated with the creation of video podcasts by fourth graders. Recently science podcasts created by 2nd grade students have been added to this blog.
 
On November 28, 1979, an Air New Zealand jet took off from Auckland Airport on a sightseeing trip to Antarctica. There were 257 people on board. Hours later everyone was dead. Somehow, the plane had flown directly into the Erebus volcano. This was a disaster that shattered a country’s psyche. In the decades since, grief gave way to blame, anger and recrimination. Who was responsible for so many deaths? Was there a cover-up? How could a plane just fly into a mountain? To mark the 40th anniver ...
 
What’s it like living without fear? Do you remember what it’s like being 14? What’s it like living in enclosed quarters in Antarctica? We went there to find out. Welcome to HuffPost Humans -- a weekly podcast about everyday people in extraordinary situations, brought to you by the staff at The Huffington Post Australia.
 
The definitive podcast about sailing. Professional sailors Andy Schell, August Sandberg & Emma Garschagen interview sailors from around the world to discover what motivates, scares & inspires them. For over seven years and through 300+ episodes, we've interviewed everyone from legends like Sir Robin Knox-Johnston to our heroes like John Kretschmer & Pam Wall, boat builders, yacht designers, YouTube stars and many more. HOLD FAST!
 
Short video portraits of some of the women scientists, artists, teachers, technicians and support personnel working in Antarctica. For more information about this project and the work of the women featured in these short video portraits please visit our website, WomenInAntarctica.com.
 
See with your ears. The Lapse’s award-winning audio wonderment thrusts listeners headlong into true stories as they transpire. Whether trapped in a touring carnival, running a marathon across Antarctica, or accidentally joining a cult, experience stories as diverse as they are fascinating. Beautifully edited and rich in sound, this is The Lapse.
 
Journalist and broadcaster Alok Jha talks to leading explorers, scientists, conservationists and artists about Antarctica’s fascinating past, present and future, to discover why the icy continent matters to us all. Created by the UK Antarctic Heritage Trust to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the first sighting of Antarctica. UKAHT champions public understanding of, and engagement with Antarctica through the history of human endeavour in the region. UKAHT looks after British historic sites ...
 
Andrew Kirkpatrick is a British mountaineer, award-winning author and film-maker, TV and movie safety advisor, and monologist. He is best known as a big wall climber, having scaled Yosemite's El Capitan 30+ times, including five solo ascents, and two one day ascents, as well as climbing in Patagonia, Alaska, Africa and Antarctica. He has also crossed Greenland by ski and sailed down Willy Wonka's chocolate river with Johnny Depp. The Psycho Vertical podcasts cover everything from climbing mo ...
 
Desperate to find meaning in his life, troubled Matthew Leads takes a job as the caretaker of an Antarctic Research Facility. An atmospheric isolation horror following his struggles with mental illness, a broken heart and the suffocating presence of Station Blue.
 
A weekly podcast about the history, science, lore and surprises that make everyday things secretly incredibly fascinating. Hosted by comedy writer, emoji creator, and ‘Jeopardy!‘ champion Alex Schmidt. Join Alex & his comedian guests for a joyful deep dive into seeing the world a whole new way! (For research sources, bonus episodes, and how you can support the podcast, visit sifpod.fun.)
 
If you believe that everything you know was learned--you must also contend that other things had to happen first! Those things, people, events and wonders, all consititute a Back Story. Whomever YOU are, wherever you have been, or what you have done, we all have a Backstory... Hosted by Veteran Broadcaster, Robert Banfield, i.e, 'Cowboy Boy,' the show will reveal the Backstory behind events, and the lives of the famous and not-so-famous, but always fascinating guests.
 
Flash Forward is a show about possible (and not so possible) future scenarios. What would the warranty on a sex robot look like? How would diplomacy work if we couldn’t lie? Could there ever be a fecal transplant black market? (Complicated, it wouldn’t, and yes, respectively, in case you’re curious.) Hosted and produced by award winning science journalist Rose Eveleth, each episode combines audio drama and journalism to go deep on potential tomorrows, and uncovers what those futures might re ...
 
Data Science Mixer features top experts in lively and informative conversations that will change the way you do data science. We'll explore important topics in machine learning and AI with the innovators shaping the field, diving deep but keeping it light with happy hour beverages and snacks.
 
Three long time friends comically discuss difficult topics such as conspiracies, the occult, paranormal, serial killers, and more. They will take a deep dive into the most horrific crimes ever committed, shocking government cover-ups, unexplained phenomenon, and the downright weird, all while drinking beers and trying to one up each other with laughs and absurdity. You will be offended. You will laugh. You will be shocked. You will be entertained. Special thanks and music credit to : Karl Ca ...
 
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iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks On this day in 1959, twelve nations signed the Antarctic Treaty, which prohibited military activity on the continent and ensured it would be used only for scientific research and exploration. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com https://www.listennotes.com/e/e9b5bd6b70b1437da30562274ed…
 
Welcome back to the Beer Canspiracy Show. In part two, of this two part episode, the boys continue to discuss the conspiracy theory surrounding Antarctica. They stumble across why Indiana Jones is afraid of snakes. They also discuss the Herman dilemma, and the Naruto run. All this, and more, on the Beer Canspiracy Show. This show may be considered …
 
Researchers studying finger snapping find it’s 20 times faster than the blink of an eye; Pregnant male seahorses grow a placenta to nurture their young; Why an ancient crater in Labrador is the perfect place for astronauts to train for a moon mission; An agile robot that can skateboard, slackline and even fly; This physicist knew years ago that inf…
 
All the latest on the mysterious frozen landscape of Antarctica. Tales of aliens, spacecraft and a civilization of giants abound. Tune in to heaer expert/author Brad Olsen tell us all the latest news. Brad Olsen is author of ten books, including three in his Esoteric Series: "Modern Esoteric" "Future Esoteric." and the newly-released “Beyond Esoter…
 
Renee takes us along on a journey through her leap of faith against fear, and her exploits to rally, and win, on every continent in her Valkyrie Racing Porsche 356. The guys also talk about her Charity Valkyrie Gives which has set its sight on the pinnacle of human evil, Child Trafficking. Her charity donates 100% of proceeds to fight it. Please do…
 
Call in to receive your FREE reading with Michelle! 563-999-3539 Michelle is a Certified Medium, Angel Intuitive, Spiritual Coach, Energy Healer and 3 time Near Death Experience (NDE) survivor. She receives messages from loved ones who have crossed over, as well as Angels and Life Guides. Michelle lives in Phoenix, Arizona, with her husband, 3 teen…
 
Paris has so much to see and do, it can be overwhelming if you try to do it all. In this interview, Cynthia Morris talks about how to visit Paris like an artist and how walking and wandering is a great way to see the city in a more relaxed way. We discuss how to manage museum and art gallery overload, how to pay attention to your curiosity and tap …
 
On this day in 1959, twelve nations signed the Antarctic Treaty, which prohibited military activity on the continent and ensured it would be used only for scientific research and exploration. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks
 
Jessica Oswald & Sydnee Spruiell Eldridge In this week's episode, Syd covers the history of the 14th most-used drug in the world, nitrous oxide. With a long history as both an incredible medical breakthrough and as a party drug abused by every frat boy since the 1800's, N2O has a story that will have you thanking a chemist the next time you visit t…
 
EPISODE 26 – Wed 1st December 2021– We celebrate Antarctica Day today and the Antarctic Treaty, catch up with all of the team before we go and we have the ReQuest interview with Jeffrey Bozanic from Scout Crew 774, Orange County Council California and also his son John-Aaron. Jeffrey is a California Scout Leader who is taking a large team of Scouts…
 
Ciara Lynch and Fiona Shelton Welcome back to the Stories in Two Podcast; A podcast around stories that intrigue, inspire and interest us. In this weeks episode as always we give a rundown of the books we are currently reading, we also touch on cults, would we be susceptible, the Going Clear Scientology documentary and their presence around the wor…
 
The Official Physicist of the Mandy Connell Show is back! Hakeem Olyuseyi is on to talk about his memoir A Quantum Life: My Unlikely Journey from The Street to the Stars about how he came from a tough background where he moved to a new city every year to a PhD in Physics after graduating from Stanford. They talk about reading, what motivated him to…
 
Ria Cheruvu,AI Ethics Lead Architect for Intel’s Internet of Things engineering group, is passionate about making sure IoT and AI systems are created ethically and used fairly. She shares her tips for how to stay in touch with trends in this space, and how data scientists can research and engage with groundbreaking technologies and techniques. Join…
 
Chris Sneeze It’s all about the heat, cutting that promo, baby doll or heel, giving the crowd what they want as they go for the suplex off the top turnbuckle. Today we’re talking about Why We Like Pro Wrestling.Why We Like this is a podcast about the celebration of things we like. Chris and his cast of rotating co-hosts sit and chat about things th…
 
iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks On this day in 1775, physician and amateur chemist James Jay invented a new kind of invisible ink, which was later put to use in the American War of Independence. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com https://www.listennotes.com/e/3110cf6e918d453bbf7702d63119eba1/…
 
Morning Cup of Murder This Episode is sponsored by Better HelpGet 10% off your first month with betterhelp.com/morningcupNovember 29th: Burke and Hare’s First Victim(1827)Today’s story is the stuff of true crime legends. On November 29th 1827 two men, quite by chance, started a life of crime that would, in a matter of months, turn into a full blown…
 
Episode transcript: https://www.patreon.com/posts/59266970 If you like Lost Terminal and would like bonus episodes, extra podcasts and other perks, please support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/lostterminalpod Have you heard our new podcast? Listen at http://ModemPrometheus.com or wherever you get your podcasts! Check out the store for post…
 
NOTE: this episode contains explicit language throughout. That language is the topic, so we use it to talk about it. Alex Schmidt is joined by comedian/podcaster Rivers Langley ('The Goods From The Woods' podcast) and comedian Martin Urbano (Jimmy Kimmel Live, New York Comedy Fest) for a look at why cursing is secretly incredibly fascinating. Visit…
 
TTB 166: Holistic History in Travel Ja’Vonne and Gene were well aware that there was an unmet need among African Americans who not only wanted to see the world, they wanted to do it in style. More than have a great time, they want to learn about and experience other cultures first hand. In response, Ja’Vonne and her husband Gene, whose combined exp…
 
For this final episode of the Futility Closet podcast we have eight new lateral thinking puzzles — play along with us as we try to untangle some perplexing situations using yes-or-no questions. Intro: Sears used to sell houses by mail. Many of Lewis Carroll's characters were suggested by fireplace tiles in his Oxford study. The sources for this wee…
 
Lindsay If you've been anywhere in the online gaming community, chances are pretty good that you have experienced a few (or more than a few) instances of online toxicity. This could look like gamers grinding efficiently and telling you you're too slow or someone just trying to see how far they can push the conversational envelope before they get th…
 
iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks On this day in 1895, the first American auto race took place in Chicago, Illinois, with six racers competing in custom, handcrafted cars. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com https://www.listennotes.com/e/95c4a7942891496786e61e4afe0d2d9b/…
 
Ivani Mancini, Carolina Vince e Gustavo Passi O ‘ruído branco’ é a união de vários sons, formando um estímulo sonoro que ajuda o cérebro do bebê a se “concentrar” no sono. Ele vem sendo muito usado por pais que querem ajudar a criança a ter uma noite de sono melhor e mais duradoura. Mas será que ele realmente ajuda os bebês a dormirem melhor?Neste …
 
Eva Rohlfer & Anna Fiesinger Der erste Adventssonntag ist da, und in diesem Jahr stecken wir Kerzen an anstatt Türchen zu öffnen. Anna spricht über den Zigarrenhai, die Paper dazu findet ihr hier und hier. Eva erzählt etwas über den Pistolenkrebs[spektrum.de; howstuffworks.com ] und empfiehlt sich mal ein Video dazu anzuschauen, zum Beispiel hier: …
 
marisa d Now viewed mostly as a pseudoscience, phrenology was popular during much of the Victorian Era. I discuss how phrenology evolved from its late 18th-century origins, and explore some ways in which phrenology was used during the Victorian Age.*****Email: thevictorianvarietyshow@gmail.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/victorianvarie1Buy Me a Cof…
 
Duke DEMAN This episode brings together alumni from New York to Los Angeles, working in journalism, creative writing, and media industries, moderated by The Chronicle's Sarah Derris ’21 and Eva Hong ’21. Panel Ken Bensinger ’97, BuzzFeed News, Investigative Reporter; Author Maureen Farrell ’01, The New York Times, Business Reporter Danielle Genet ’…
 
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