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Micah Hanks, Dakota Waddell and Jeff Smith

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Sasquatch Tracks takes a scientific look at whether there are large animal species that remain undiscovered. With special emphasis on the Sasquatch in North America, the show looks at claims of apelike “relict hominoids” and other animals purported to exist in various parts of the world.
 
No Bull (formerly Running Vegan Radio) is hosted by Anna-- a half-Japanese half-American vegan living in London, and Joseph-- a half-French, half-French, non-vegan living in London. They talk about living abroad and navigating life as a cross-cultural, cross-diet couple.
 
Welcome to Herpin' Time Radio, A talk show dedicated to reptiles and amphibians both in captivity and in the wild with a strong focus on conservation and education. Listeners are encouraged to call in to the broadcast at 213-943-3644 Hosts are Justin Guyer (Retired Legend) & Wildman Hartzel. And dont miss Lizard Hour with Host Josh Lizard Guy Ortiz and Wildman JD Hartzel show is live Tuesday 9-10 pm eastern standard time.
 
The goal of Rewilding Earth podcast is to highlight the work of the people involved in saving nature’s building blocks, whether they be intact wilderness or key corridors and buffers surrounding wilderness, as well as people invested in protecting and reintroducing extirpated species to these areas. You’ll hear from conservation biologists, activists, naturalists, organizers, artists, and authors as we interview key players in the fight to Rewild Planet Earth.
 
This podcast's for anyone wanting to explore the big issues, stretching your thinking in relatable ways. Well known personalities, Stuart ‘The Wildman’ Mabbutt and photographer William Mankelow, two men in their 40s, who aren't experts, but have opinions, authentic views and no scripts. Join them on meandering conversations about nature, philosophy, climate, the human condition, and sustainability. Sometimes joined by guests, or discussing listener questions between themselves. Always full o ...
 
The animals need a voice! Through this podcast you can learn how to become a voice for the animals, with an array of seasoned animal rights campaigners and longterm advocates revealing the many forms your activism can take. Whether you are just starting out or furthering your advocacy, the “Activist” series will provide you with new insights and methods to be an effective and efficient voice for the animals.
 
A New York Minute In History is a podcast about the history of New York and the unique tales of New Yorkers. It is hosted by State Historian Devin Lander, Saratoga County Historian Lauren Roberts and Don Wildman. Jesse King and Jim Levulis of WAMC produce the podcast. A New York Minute In History is a production of the New York State Museum, WAMC Northeast Public Radio and Archivist Media. Support for the project comes from The William G. Pomeroy Foundation, the National Endowment for the Hu ...
 
The MN.B.R.T. Is The Minnesota Bigfoot Research Team, A Group Of People & Friends That Go Out In To The Fields & Wilderness To Bring Proof To The World & Others In Hope To Help Protect These Wonderful & Mysterious Creatures That God Has Made, We Have Been Doing Research Starting In 2000 & We Will Be Doing It As Long As We Can, Thank You For Viewing Us Here & Don't For Get To Check Out Our Myspace Page, Thx. Elusive1
 
Deborah Hatswell is a phenomenonist, a writer, podcaster, Investigator and the founding member of the Being Believed Research and Investigations group and has taken or researched over 3000 personal witness reports from all across the globe. Deborah is based in Lancashire and has formed a team of volunteer investigators researching the many witness reports that are reported each week to BBR. Deborah is a witness herself to an impossible creature that she saw in 1982. “It took 30 years for me ...
 
The Every Voice Now Podcast showcases the inspiring stories of authors of color and the making of their books. Each episode unpacks the journey of these writers and the challenges they had to overcome along the way to become a published author. In an industry still dominated by whiteness, these stories reveal the extra hurdles that voices of color encounter in their professional and personal lives and provide encouragement for all those who seek to follow in their footsteps. A production of ...
 
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Jules Williams & Alison Pothier

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NEVER BEFORE HAS IT BEEN MORE IMPORTANT TO STOP AND ASK OURSELVES, “WHAT DO I TRULY BELIEVE”?Broadcasting out of Malibu, CA, this podcast series explores the significance and impact of our beliefs on our lives and our world. Meaning “B and believe in U”, the I BULIEVE series invites listeners and featured guests to consider what we truly believe and how those beliefs shape our worlds. Join hosts, Jules Williams & Alison Pothier - each an intuitive coach, filmmaker and storyteller - as they s ...
 
WELCOME TO THE PERSPECTIVE OF ONE MAN AND HIS WILDERNESS PODCAST! THIS PODCAST IS MEANT FOR CHURCH LEADERS, WHETHER ON STAFF OR VOLUNTEER, WHO ARE WILLING TO VENTURE INTO THE UNKNOWN FOR THE SAKE OF SHARING JESUS WITH THE NEXT GENERATION. WE WILL TALK ABOUT LESSONS WE HAVE LEARNED DURING WILDERNESS EXPERIENCES, TRIALS AND TROUBLES ENCOUNTERED AND WAYS THAT YOU CAN GET OUT AND START CREATING YOUR OWN ADVENTURES WITH THOSE YOU LEAD! WE WANT THIS TO BE AN EDUCATIONAL, EXCITING AND EQUIPPING EXP ...
 
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One of the best known Wild campers here in the UK is a chap from the Northeast with a youtube channel called Fell Wanderer, we have been in touch for a number of years now. Fell wanderer is based in the Northeast of England and although he has camped in hundreds of our wild places, one he knows like the back of his hand is Harwood Forest. It has be…
 
Terry M. Wildman (Ojibwe and Yaqui) is the lead translator, general editor, and project manager of the brilliant First Nations Version of the New Testament. He serves as the director of spiritual growth and leadership development for Native InterVarsity. He is also the founder of Rain Ministries and has previously served as a pastor and worship lea…
 
he First Nations Version of the New Testament release date was Aug 2021. I speak with the lead translator- Terry Wildman of the Ojibwe & Yaqui tribes. He is also the director of spiritual growth and leadership developer for Native Intervarsity & founder of Rain Ministries.On this podcast we discuss1- What inspired the start of a new translation for…
 
About Rick Steiner is a conservation biologist in Anchorage, Alaska, and founder of Oasis Earth. He has been involved in the global conservation movement for over 40 years. From 1980-2010 he was a marine conservation professor with the University of Alaska, stationed in the Arctic, Prince William Sound, and Anchorage, specializing in marine conserv…
 
"Humans contribute 3% to co2 emissions and 97% is produced by nature. Are we being sold the great green agenda? Is it all a big con?" Join Stuart and William on another roaming and insightful discussion. They're not experts, they will however explore this question, in a relatable way for you the listener. Today they embark on discussing a question …
 
Joseph found a job! And is filling his time with some very exciting financial endeavors. We talk about how meat-eaters who look down on beastiality may be hypocrites, how Danone is converting one of their dairy factories into an oat milk plant, and why veganism is declining in parts of Europe. #AskJoanna: If YOU have any questions about being in a …
 
Richard Fergola, of Fergolicious BBQ, has a knack for sharing the art & science of barbecue. His expert knowledge is backed by numerous awards within the KCBS competition circuit as well as appearances on television shows like Destination America’s "BBQ Pitmasters" and Food Network’s "Chopped Grillmasters." In addition to cooking award-winning barb…
 
Most of the Tent theology and bible teaching will touch on matters of war, violence and peace in some way. Most of the guest on the programme are also committed to non-violence as a way of life and thought. The following episodes are particularly relevant to these issues. War Romans 13 Violence Objections to Non Violence Go Buy Two Swords Shane Cla…
 
Hey Co-Mainiacs, just a reminder that Chad's other podcast, "Death in the West," returns for a second season in January. This week, DITW dropped a special teaser episode for the upcoming season that commemorates the 50th anniversary of the legendary DB Cooper hijacking in the Pacific Northwest. Give it a listen! If you like it, you can subscribe he…
 
"Is mass tree planting really the holy grail we perceive it to be?" Join hosts Stuart and William, in their usual far reaching discussion style podcast, as they mull over a question from Bushra, in India. Their aim, generally, is to divide all the issues into bite sized chunks, and along the way, challenge and contest their own and your mindsets, h…
 
"Love in action is listening to understand, not to react." Long time listeners to Tent will know Sean McCoy as a friend, inspiration and occasional co-host of the show. His daughters can be heard beginning and ending every episode. Sean hails from Texas, has served time in the armed services and the oil and gas industry, has been a proud patriot an…
 
My friends & I are starting a Missions Sending organization in honor of the Life & Legacy of Caleb Bell!It is called Caleb Would Go!Christopher Lorenz and Parker Thurman join me on the podcast were we discuss- What is Caleb Would Go?- More about Mimi (his wife) & 3 young sons- What is the 180 Skate House ministry?- What is the upcoming surf contest…
 
Support the show: Patreon l Glow l Episode Transcript Netflix has a show called Midnight Mass...it needs to be discussed. Guest Bio: JR. Forasteros is on an eternal quest to smoke the perfect brisket. He pastors Catalyst Church in Dallas, TX. He is the author of Empathy for the Devil, available from InterVarsity Press. He co-hosts the Fascinating P…
 
"Our failure to comprehend the ecology that inhabits the darkness, limits humanities true understanding of the living world around us. There’s lots of unseen life out there. Can you share your thoughts around this?" Once again, join Stuart and William on another wandering and insightful discussion. Often serious, often silly, in fact this episode i…
 
The whole experience really scared me, and to be quite honest, I wouldn’t dare go down there at night by myself at all. Just thinking of it makes me a bit “on edge” and my body reacts to the fear of that night, even after all these years.By Bigfoot/Dogman/Unexplained.
 
Joseph is in the middle of job hunting, and he's got insider tips! How to introduce yourself, hardest questions he's gotten, preparing for STAR style questions, and more. #AskJoanna: If YOU have any questions about being in a mixed-race, culture, or diet relationship, or about living abroad, please leave me a DM on Instagram. You can also email me …
 
To bounce back from major back surgery and become an accomplished climber would be a massive achievement for anyone. But to turn it into an Olympic career? That’s legendary. Americans and the world were treated to history’s first-ever Olympic climbing competition this year. And among the sport’s first athletes was Kyra Condie — one of just four cli…
 
Let's talk turkey! Just in time for Thanksgiving, how to prepare your turkey for the holiday table. In the last 20 years Ray Lampe, a.k.a. "DR. BBQ", has become a legend in the BBQ community, dominating the BBQ competition circuit by winning dozens of competitions all across the country. He is one of the country's leading authorities on BBQ, grilli…
 
This week I had the privilege of sharing conversation with John Philip Newell. John is an internationally acclaimed spiritual teacher and speaker who helped show me the beautiful tradition of Celtic Christianity. The Celtic wisdom tradition can enable us to rediscover the natural rhythms of life and deepen our spiritual connection with God, each ot…
 
On this edition of Sasquatch Tracks, the team is joined by veteran Sasquatch researcher Todd Neiss, a retired Staff Sergeant from the Oregon Army National Guard and a veteran of the Iraq War. In 1993, Neiss's life was forever changed after he had a firsthand encounter with Sasquatch during a military training exercise, of which he later found that …
 
On this episode of the podcast, we talk with singer-songwriter, author-beekeeper Andrew Peterson, about his new book The God of the Garden: Thoughts on Creation, Culture, and the Kingdom. Together we discuss: – How the Covid-lockdown forced AP to put down roots after being on the road for the last 25 years, and the sort of creativity that being roo…
 
New Testament scholar Scot McKnight and his daughter Laura Barringer join the Tent to discuss their book A Church Called Tov. Though it initially focuses on toxic church environments, abusive church leaders, and the people who enable them, the book is primarily a call for our communities to be transformed into families devoted to goodness as we see…
 
"The government in the UK, has declared a climate emergency, yet has still to formally address the nation. Wouldn’t you have thought this would happen as standard in some form or other, if it were a genuine declaration?" An unscripted real exploration, with genuine opinions, as hosts Stuart and William examine a listener question from Victor in Nor…
 
Max Holloway showed out, but perhaps needed to dip deeper into the ol' bag of tricks than we anticipated to defeat Yair Rodriguez in ANOTHER FOTY candidate UFC main event. And did it surprise anyone that while all this happened, Conor McGregor was EXTREMELY ONLINE? No, it did not. Over in Bellator, meanwhile, Cris Cyborg housed a 40-to-1 underdog a…
 
For week two of Intended For Good, we reflect on the ways that God takes all of Joseph's life's circumstances and uses them for His glory to help paint a portrait of Jesus. During the trials and temptations that Joseph faced, he wasn't able to change his situations, but he was able to shift the moment's focus and outcome to reflect back towards Chr…
 
Jamie Winship is the co-founder of @identityexchange.He developed a unique process called the Identity Method. This process of identity transformation is key to resolving inner conflict and acquiring new levels of learning and creativity. His unconventional efforts to bring societal and racial reconciliation led him to Indonesia, Jordon, Iraq, Pale…
 
If you had asked Chloe Sun as a girl in Hong Kong what she expected her life would be like when she grew up, she probably would not have imagined that she would end up in the US for college, become a Christian, and then serve as the catalyst for her whole family embracing the gospel. She also could not have imagined that she would fall in love with…
 
Support the show: Patreon l Glow l Episode Transcript Brandon joins the show to discuss his latest book. I don't say this lightly, it's good (the book) ...and this episode isn't bad either. Small spoilers ahead. Guest Bio: Brandon is the author of What Can’t Be Hidden (2021) and bestselling Beauty in the Wreckage: Finding Peace in the Age of Outrag…
 
"We hardly ever see any reports in UK of African disasters. Is this a cover up, a left over attitude from colonial days, or are these far off events just not relevant? European disasters don’t always get news time either, so is this void on African news nothing to really worry about?" With authentic views, unscripted, unrehearsed, unplanned opinion…
 
I noticed an old gnarled tree standing alone on the right side of the road where the beautiful view was and although the tree had been there as long as I could remember I stopped to look it over. About 8 feet up the trunk were fresh rips into the bark but they were so deep they went into the wood below the bark. Each one looked around 15cm long and…
 
Ignacio Jiménez (1969, Spain) has extensive international experience in conservation. He has coordinated research and management projects with manatees in Costa Rica and Nicaragua and with golden-crowned sifakas in Madagascar, worked on wetlands and protected areas in El Salvador, and coordinated and published a national assessment of the Spanish e…
 
Today we're doing a classic compare and contrast episode! How different (or alike) are the work cultures in the UK and Japan? We talk work hours, messiness, dress codes, and stigmas. #AskJoanna: If YOU have any questions about being in a mixed-race, culture, or diet relationship, or about living abroad, please leave me a DM on Instagram. You can al…
 
A monster year for Brad Leighninger. Winning pork at Memphis in May, winning the Jack Daniels Invitational, and now back to back KCBS Team of the Year Championships (which he has won 3 out of the last 4 years). All of that while running 4 restaurants. As was mentioned in the program, he may very well be the Tom Brady of BBQ. His team, Gettin' Baste…
 
Dr Mike Joy is a New Zealand freshwater ecologist and science communicator, whose knowledge and wealth of information as to the impact of animal agriculture knows no bounds. He is a brilliant ally for the movement and works tirelessly to raise awareness of the damage being done to our waterways and ecological systems, as well as the devastating eff…
 
This conversation features Rev. Dr. Paul Hinlicky who recently published a commentary on the book of Joshua in the Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible series. Dr. Hinlicky is an internationally regarded interpreter of Martin Luther and of Reformation theology more broadly. Paul's many writings can be found here. Hosting with me this week is …
 
Dr. Chris Green thinks more deeply and more wonderfully on race, justice and pentecostalism than anyone you know. He is a prolific author and professor of Public Theology at Southeastern University. Rev. Kenneth Tanner is a priest, theologian, wise guide and kind colleague to many friends of Tent (including amongst others Brad Jersak and Brian Zahn…
 
"Climate protestors are too often dismissed as people who should go back to work, or comments are made that the benefits system is paying too well, allowing people to protest. Protesters are either privileged white middle class, or stinking, soap dodging, drop outs. Why don’t people engage with the person in front of them, and see why they’ve reall…
 
Somehow Justin Gaethje vs. Michael Chandler exceeded even our loft expectations. That was just bananas, and now they better damn well let Gaethje fight the winner of Chucky Olives vs. Dusty P. Plus, we are sure Rose Namajunas vs. Zhang Weili should've been scored 3-2. Just ... you know ... we're not sure for who. And finally, after besting Colby Co…
 
Kathy Mangum @heycrazykat (co-host of Married & Having Fun Podcast & my Wife) and I @troy__mangum take listeners' questions n Marriage.We cover1- How to align sexual expectation in marriage2-Does a woman really want her husband to pursue her, delight in her & fight for her/them?3- How to plan/shape adventure together- how important is thatAnd other…
 
Support the show: Patreon l Glow l Episode Transcript Danté and I discuss some of the stories from his book and a path to move forward. Guest Bio: Danté Stewart is a speaker and a writer whose work in the areas of race, religion, and politics has been featured on CNN and in The Washing Post, Christianity Today, Sojourners, The Witness: A Black Chri…
 
"Protesters are protesting for system change, but the system, whatever it is, doesn't want to change. The system is taking away the right and ability to protest bit by bit here in the UK. Protest can often be the last option for people, take that away, and what have we left? This is designed to make people arrestable, so they can be removed, but is…
 
Instagram giveth, and Instagram taketh away — Brianna Madia has lived the full ‘influencer’ lifecycle. And she’s decided to tell the whole story the old-fashioned way: a book. What happens when internet fame turns sour? Brianna Madia hit the Instagram scene in 2012. She quickly attracted throngs of followers with wildly popular posts of her charism…
 
Megan Day (one of our favorite guests) has been featured on The Today Show, Food Network’s Chopped Grill Masters (winner), the Amazon Prime documentary Smoke & Ribbons, the front page of the New York Times, Fox & Friends, and the Cooking Channel – just to name a few. Since its founding in 2008, Burnt Finger BBQ has racked up countless awards on the…
 
On this edition of Sasquatch Tracks, the team is joined by Gareth Patterson, a researcher who has spent the last several decades chronicling the elusive Knysna elephants in South Africa. However, during the course of his work, Patterson managed to discover evidence of something even more incredible than the world's most elusive clan of elephants. A…
 
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