Escape the daily grind and immerse yourself in the natural world. Rich in imagery, sound, and information, BirdNote inspires you to notice the world around you. Join us for daily two-minute stories about birds, the environment, and more.
Radio personality and voiceover pro Donna Reed chats with friends in her cozy recording studio. Drinks are always on ice; music, media and more are the conversation starters. Theme song: Mark Sparrow, Song Bird Studios | Booth announcer: Joe Szymanski @joethevoiceguy
Bird Watching in Magical Kenya
Every weekday for over three decades, Morning Edition has taken listeners around the country and the world with two hours of multi-faceted stories and commentaries that inform, challenge and occasionally amuse.
Recordings of bird songs in New York City only 10 -20 seconds long. It's the perfect amount of time for any busy New Yorker to reconnect with the jungle part of the concrete jungle.
This podcast is authentic and listening to it will encourage you to deepen your own authenticity.
Broadway stars, historical women, and family-friendly showstoppers. Musical theatre writing team Bird & Mirabella present a musical podcast focused on key, decision-making moments in the lives of history's greatest women. Through interactive storytelling and Broadway-style song, WWSDN keeps children searching for an answer, while ultimately learning a lesson in perseverance.
Need a break in your day? Whether you're in your car or your kitchen, or still in bed, Manu Minute brings you the rich sounds from Hawai'i's native forests and shorelines. Each week, we feature a different Hawai'i bird and its unique song, and talk about its environment and conservation. Trying to identify a bird? Call us on The Conversation's talkback line at 808-792-8217 with your name, where you're from and your email so we can reach you if we have questions. Manu Minute is a collaboratio ...
Leading science journalists provide a daily minute commentary on some of the most interesting developments in the world of science. For a full-length, weekly podcast you can subscribe to Science Talk: The Podcast of Scientific American . To view all of our archived podcasts please go to www.scientificamerican.com/podcast
"For the Birds" began airing on KUMD in Duluth, MN, in May, 1986, and is the longest continually-running radio program about birds in the U.S. Hundreds more episodes are available for free at http://www.lauraerickson.com/radio/.
Groundbreaking Peabody Award-winning conversation about the big questions of meaning — spiritual inquiry, science, social healing, and the arts. Each week a new discovery about the immensity of our lives. Hosted by Krista Tippett. New conversations every Thursday, with occasional extras.
Each week, host Mary DeFranco shares information and stories about the companions in our lives - our pets.
Science news and technology updates from Scientific American
Hi Friends! I am a professional nature recordist who travels to wild areas throughout North America and sometimes beyond. My current focus is to gather immersive binaural 3D soundscapes that effortlessly transport listeners (using headphones) into nature and have a positive and healing effect on the mind, body and spirit.
The people, places and stories that make Northern Ireland unique, presented by Anne Marie McAleese.
uncovering the world's loveliest music.
The tracks in this podcast are mostly 5 minute demos. You can find the full length tracks and albums of this podcast at http://www.feeltherelaxation.com Listen to the soothing sounds of birds, ocean waves and wind chimes during a thunderstorm. Use our sounds to relax, de-stress, treat post-traumatic stress disorder or soothe your baby. Use them as a sleeping aid, to reduce anxiety or as an accompaniment for meditation or yoga. Whatever you do, we want you to Feel the Relaxation! Nature Sound ...
Every week there are new marvels to look for in the outdoors, and Discover Nature highlights these attractions. The Missouri Department of Conservation’s Candice Davis brings us the stories of river otters, luna moths, red buds, and other actors as they take center stage in nature’s theater.
For a better and more electronic life
It's time for bed and there's nothing more soothing than some Bedtime Stories. Snuggle up with your little ones and tune-in to the magical world of story telling as a variety of talented children's authors read their wonderful, mystical tales. Bedtime Stories created by Karen Kelly Author & Podcaster https://www.facebook.com/karenlindakelly Sponsored by Team Author UK https://www.facebook.com/TeamAuthorUK https://www.facebook.com/karenlindakelly
This feed was created by mixing existing feeds from various sources.
Piece together the mystery of the disappearance of Robin Jaeger, a man with four metal limbs, in this sci-fi horror audio drama. Shelly Croft organises recordings taken from the computer of Dr Sophie Bennett, one of the lead scientists on the synthetic limbs project, and uncovers more than just scientific breakthroughs. Clockwork Bird deals with mature themes and may not be suitable for all audiences. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Shane Insco and Austin Jones are two buds who love to make you laugh by discussing life's most delicate subjects. Such as: Larry Bird, Ezekiel 23:20, Wrestling, Scooby-doo, 90s CCM and so much more. They are two Nice Boys for your Nice Butts. Checkout our amazing theme song from our friends DogCops here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/outrageous/1436670114?i=1436670116
"The Twelve Songs of Christmas" tries to sort out the place of Christmas music in our culture by talking to the people who make it.
The Two Cities is a podcast dedicated to Theology, Culture, and Discipleship. Originally beginning as a blog back in 2011 (thetwocities.com), we have extended our eclectic array of theological integration to the world of podcasting. Co-hosts and contributors include: Amber Bowen, Dr. Josh Carroll, Dr. John Anthony Dunne, Grace Emmett, Jennifer Guo, Brandon Hurlbert, Grace Sangalang Ng, Dr. Chris Porter, Rev. Daniel Parham, Kris Song, and Dr. Logan Williams.
Brought to you by The Boy Hotspur AKA Harry "Made up Name" Hotspur and The Token Bird.
In a unique weekly podcast, Edith Bowman sits down with a variety of film directors, actors, producers and composers to talk about the music that inspired them and how they use music in their films, from their current release to key moments in their career. The music chosen by our guests is woven into the interview and used alongside clips from their films. https://twitter.com/soundtrackinguk https://www.facebook.com/Soundtrackingwithedithbowman/ https://play.spotify.com/user/soundtrackingwi ...
Storynory is the first and most loved story podcast. We've been around since 2005 and kids have grown up with us. We are both educational and entertaining. We offer a mixture of original stories and myths from around the world. All our stories are brilliantly read by professional actors. So listen in - and enjoy our audio!
idol board is a plodcast from Fourth Strike where our host, Aoife, interviews members of the band/musical collective the garages about their music, the creation process, and possible inspirations. Join us every Wednesday for a conversation with a musician and another fantastic song!
A podcast where three adult men remember when they were fun. Chatter about gaming news, stories from their teen years, and rekindling friendships. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gravy-wheels/support
Being in lockdown has unleashed our love for nature. Goats taking ownership of our streets, deer sleeping on town commons, birds and their song reclaiming our soundscape - a full wildlife drama happening every day in our gardens, streets and countryside for us all to watch. Get Birding is a podcast to help everyone, anywhere, discover more about the birds on our doorsteps. Hosted by 18 year old ornithologist and conservationist Dr Mya-Rose Craig, this entertaining, cross-generational series ...
A podcast about English translations of Chinese literature, hosted by Angus Stewart. All eras, all genres, all ideologies. Shanghai villas, Beijing alleys. Frozen Manchuria, Sichuan furnaces. Sanmao's Sahara, Liu Cixin's apocalypse. That's where this podcast lives!
More than 154 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults. But where the public’s view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers and astrophysicists, host Lizzie Peabody sneaks listeners through the Smithsonian’s side door, telling stories that can’t be heard anywhere else. Check out si.edu/sidedoor and follow @SidedoorPod for more info.
Two will pitch, one will judge, and ONLY ONE SURVIVES. We pledge to make this podcast only until we determine which thing in the world is the best thing.
The Story Seeds Podcast celebrates creativity and imagination! On each episode, we capture the magic that sparks when kids 6-12 and best-selling authors meet up in person to collaborate and grow original stories inspired by children's story seeds! Listeners get to sit in on their brainstorming conversation, then follow the author as they chronicle their creative and writing process. Each episode ends with a story time read aloud by the author! Our "new and noteworthy" show is hosted by Betsy ...
Celebrating the greatest songs in modern music history.
In February 2018, the Matthew Félix On Air video podcast began as an Internet radio program in downtown San Francisco. The Matthew Félix: Words and Images podcast features segments from the radio show, in which Matthew converses with writers, photographers, filmmakers and more. Guests include New York Times best-selling novelist Jasmin Darznik (Song of a Captive Bird), one of the world’s most successful photographers, Bob Holmes (Geo, Wine Spectator, Life, Time), and Outside founding editor ...
Welcome to Lone Duck’s Gun Dog Chronicles. We’re here to talk all things related to bird hunting, gun dogs and trade stories between friends, pro trainers and hunting buddies.
Community Stories explore Milwaukee's fascinating people and places. Audio stories air weekdays and published on the web, along with text, video or photos.
Veer Queer is an all inclusive LGBTQ+ podcast based out of Houston, TX about local and national issues affecting our community, hosted by Endesha Haynes and Julien Gomez and moderated by Mai Ha.
Hear live shows from Spiritualized, Andrew Bird, Wilco, Bon Iver, Alabama Shakes, Beirut and many more. Recorded by NPR Music at venues and festivals across the country.
The Johnjay & Rich Show is a non-stop blend of pop culture, music news and events, and relationship advice, in addition to appearances by a wide range of music artists, newsmakers and celebrities. The show is a special brand of "reality radio," where you're able to interact with the crew from morning to night via every form of social media - Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook, email and text messaging. There is never a dull moment for this show with dating segments such as "Second Date U ...
“Your twenties are going to be extremely easy!” said no one, ever. Join future psychologist, Brian; air force veteran/pussy(cat) aficionado, Emily; and potato enthusiast, Kylee every Friday as they take a deep dive into topics that the adults conveniently forgot to talk to us about during early adulthood. Episode topics will range from mental health, racism, finances, love & sex, all the way to what to do with yourself after high school. If you find yourself just floating, and unsure of how ...
The Song of the Cardinal is about a big male Cardinal who lives in a tree near a farmer and his wife. The Cardinal immediately starts to sing to find himself a mate. Meanwhile the farmer and his wife enjoy watching this boisterous bird and seeing what he does. He does find a mate and through his singing the farmer and his wife's marriage is rejuvenated. It's a happy little parallel love story that will sweep you off your feet! (Summary by peppersnoodles93)
This program, dedicated to nine-year-old Aleda, is celebrates what Laura calls Song Sparrow Day.
NPR's Noel King talks to freelance reporter Kimon de Greef about New York City's songbird competitions, and why some people go as far as to try to smuggle finches into the U.S.By KUOW Staff
Discover nature this week with Missouri bird songs. No one knows if birds really sing for joy, but we do know birds have other good reasons for singing. Bird song is a form of advertisement, sending two messages to other birds of the same species. One message is a form of courtship. The singing male tells females he is available. The other message …
Aged care is the big winner from billions of dollars in budget spending, but workers and providers wonder if the promises can be met;
We got'cha! TODAY ON THE SHOW: Johnjay and Kyle disagree on a TV show! Johnjay's new (weird) morning routine! 2nd DATE UPDATE! We want to know how you caught your significant other cheating! PLUS, ONE OF US IS LYING and soMUCHmore!!By iHeartRadio
Skylar met Anastasia at his nephews birthday party. They went out and he thought it was a fine date. Conversation went well, he revealed he has a two-year-old, she said she'd like to meet him. THAT SAID, she's also told him that she's not interested in going out again... but she's still texting. So, he's confused and we're going to help him sort it…
It is like when your cell phone keeps you awake in bed—except mosquitoes do not doom scroll when they stay up, they feast on your blood.By Emily Schwing
It is like when your cell phone keeps you awake in bed—except mosquitoes do not doom scroll when they stay up, they feast on your blood. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Scientific American
India's first woman lawyer practiced, against the odds, in the 1920s. Novelist Sujata Massey used that woman as inspiration for her fictional character, Perveen Mistry, amateur sleuth in a country bursting with change. Sujata Massey speaks to Kate Evans about her own writing and the bookshelf that shaped her. Reading recommendations abound.…
Information from China's census indicates the country's population has increased at the slowest rate since its one-child policy. At the same time, the proportion of senior citizens has expanded.By Emily Feng
How can the U.S. encourage more vaccinations? NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine ahead of his meeting with President Biden about state strategies to increase COVID-19 vaccinations.By KUOW Staff
The Food and Drug Administration has extended authorization for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to include adolescents age 12-15. Those young people have missed months of school and time with friends.By Rachel Martin
Planes don't fly anymore at the old Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans. But over the weekend, skateboarders showed up, and were still able to catch some air.By KUOW Staff
Castle Bran is more commonly known as Dracula's castle. The 14th century fortress was supposedly the source of inspiration for Bram Stoker's 1897 novel Dracula.By KUOW Staff
The Federal Government has just handed down what is most likely its last budget before the next election.It's a pretty odd one, because the budget is in much better shape than even the Government was expecting just a few months ago.But instead of pocketing all the cash for budget repair, the Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is spreading it around on every…
Maryland intellectual and free Black man Benjamin Banneker was one of the first to document cicadas' 17-year life cycle in the late 1700s. His work was rarely credited.By KUOW Staff
NBC says it will not broadcast the 2022 Golden Globe awards show — following an explosive investigative report from the LA Times alleging unethical actions from the group that bestows the awards.By Mandalit del Barco
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Washington Post financial columnist Michelle Singletary about President Biden's plan to reaffirm jobless benefits to ensure that Americans aren't turning down work.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Jonah Goldberg, conservative columnist and editor-in-chief of The Dispatch, about the Republican Party's push to oust Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney from her leadership position.By KUOW Staff
In the mid-1990s, a golden age of fossil discovery began in the Liaoning region of northeast China. The fossils date from 120 to 160 million years ago, when feathered dinosaurs and early birds were flourishing and differentiating. The signature fossil was the world’s first-known feathered dinosaur
It's Federal budget night.. PM brings you special coverage looking at key areas demanding government money and policy. What will the supposed 'big spending' plan hold for aged care, mental health, housing affordability, unemployment, and skills? And a Melbourne man from India has COVID, even after he spent 14 days in hotel quarantine.…
Angie Yen, who usually speaks with an Australian accent, got her tonsils out and ten days later she woke up with an Irish accent.It's a condition called Foreign Accent Syndrome and Dr Karl explains it can happen after a huge variety of medical episodes.Plus - The federal budget is expected to be all about "recovery" with a big focus on jobs - but w…
Employment will be a big part of tonight's federal budget - we look at the jobs of the future and the skills you'll need to get them.
Dennis Van Someren works as a transport volunteer with young people going to visit a parent in the prison system. Dennis does the work because he's been in their shoes (R)
As the federal government prepares to spend big in tonight's budget to help more Aussies get the skills to find work, business group are desperate for staff now;
That would be SUPER, man! (See what I did there?) TODAY ON THE SHOW: Mother's Day reviews! TV TALK! BREAKING BAD NEWS! You guys were ALL over the JJR DRUNK DIAL LINE this weekend! Grant has ADD TRVIA! Plus, so much more!!By iHeartRadio
Steven has some bad news for his Mom. He has been holding this in too long and it cannot wait any longer... So, he's enlisted our help to break it to her. Nice timing, Steve-O. The day after Mother's Day??? Come on, man.By iHeartRadio
As rich countries return to normal, COVID-19 is still spreading in developing countries worldwide.In places including India and Brazil, thousands are dying each day while vaccination programs stall.So can the world manufacture doses faster?Today on The Signal, there's a mounting case for the world to scrap patent protections for COVID-19 vaccines t…
Should all pets live indoors, or are there some domestic pets that are happier living outdoors? What's better for them? What's the difference between a domestic pet and wild animal? We'll find out in this episode.By Mary DeFranco
Some bird songs leave us in admiration of their beauty, some with a sense of wonder at their complexity—and others are downright comical. As a maker of silly sounds, the male Willow Ptarmigan beats the Three Stooges hands down. But these sounds are no laughing matter. Where it nests in the shrubbyBy BirdNote
The Advanced Placement U.S. government and politics exam included a question about the singer encouraging voters to register on Instagram. CNN reports the surprise put a smile on some students' faces.By KUOW Staff
The attack in Kabul comes as the U.S. and NATO are removing remaining troops from Afghanistan. President Biden says he is aiming to complete the drawdown by Sept. 11, marking the end of a 20-year war.By Diaa Hadid
The FDA might give its approval for kids age 12 to 15 to get a vaccine, but that doesn't mean their parents will. Pediatricians say they're working to help overcome hesitancy and logistical barriers.By Allison Aubrey
When a Virginia Red Lobster received its delivery, staff noticed an orange and black spotted lobster. The calico critter turned out to be an extraordinarily rare find. A one in 30 million chance.By KUOW Staff
An example is the Ohio man who was particularly miffed about his police photo circulating online. He snapped a selfie and sent it to police. Saying, "Here is a better photo — that one is terrible."By KUOW Staff
Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit failed a post race drug test. Trainer Bob Baffert, who has had horses fail five tests in just over a year, has been suspended. He denies wrongdoing.By KUOW Staff
Coastal wetlands can absorb and store carbon even faster than forests do. Research raises questions about whether that may be changing as the climate warms.By KUOW Staff
Days of clashes in Jerusalem have left hundreds wounded and drawn international concern over an attempt by Israel to carry out pending evictions.By Rachel Martin
It's been one week since a section of Mexico City's massive metro system crashed, killing 26 people. Officials say a foreign company has been hired to investigate the fatal collapse.By Steve Inskeep
Billions of dollars for aged care in tomorrow's budget, but does it go anywhere near meeting the need outlined in a Royal Commission? There's billions too for infrastructure, with more big spending still to be announced, we'll look at the state of Australia's economy after the worst of the pandemic; And as vaccine bookings open for New South Wales …
There was a lot of hype around the cryptocurrency Dogecoin in the lead-up to Elon Musk's SNL appearance.Unfortunately for those who invested, the price plummeted after the show, and a lot of people lost money. So is there still hope for this meme-based cryptocurrency?There's some good news in this year's federal budget for people who make and play …
Modelling COVID vaccination targets to achieve pandemic prevention and control in Australia; the developmental outcomes of preterm babies is becoming clear; a study on who has followed over 4000 of these kids to the age of 5; and treatment in hospital of a common respiratory condition of babies.
http://www.beautifulsongoftheweek.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Mothers-Love.mp3 The natural world is filled with dedicated mothers. Mama bears are famously protective of their young. Queen bees give birth about 2000 times each day. Elephant babies are not weaned off their mother’s milk until as late as ten years old. But perhaps no animal can boa…
How are warblers different from other songbirds?
It's going to be a big-spending budget with a focus on jobs and aged care but will it drive the growth the Government needs to fire up the economy?
Kel Richards with the story of the gentleman thief James Hardy Vaux, who wrote Australia's first dictionary of convict slang