Podcasts de Geography

Atlas Of Beer: The Crossroads Of Beer and Travel

How can being honest kick start a new life of travel? My guests today are co-authors of the new National Geographic...

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FIFTY: Nebraska "Omaha Claim Club"

Gertrude Wiley was fed up with the Omaha Claim Club. She understood its benefits and origins, but in 1860 it looked...

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Ohio: The View from Above

Blanche Noyes was the first woman to get her pilot’s license in Ohio. She placed fourth in the world famous Women’s...

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FIFTY: Connecticut "My Daughter Can"

In 1777, two years after Paul Revere made his historic evening ride to Concord, Massachusetts, 16-year-old Sybil...

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"Iowa - the Farmer's Holiday" - from the FIFTY Series

Milo Reno and his wife Christine watched a fancy new car from the bank pass by their farmhouse and they both knew...

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How tech is changing animal conservation – tech podcast

Leigh Alexander finds out how animal tracking tech is changing understanding of our own species too. And how do you...

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A Little Bit Racey: Cirque Du So-Live!

Twisty French weirdos, Cirque Du Soleil, are wowing audiences all over the world in a recent sell-out tour! It’s...

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The Geography of Territory: rethinking space through Arctic materialities

In this seminar, Professor Phil Steinberg presents alternative ways of thinking about territory.

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S1E2: Nonsense

In this episode, Ilyas and Shy discuss nonsense, and their affinity towards an unintelligible use of language; whilst...

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Once a home: art, displacement and temporalities of haunting

This seminar discusses how city spaces are re-imagined through art activism in London.

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Environmentalists’ temporalities: Urgency, transitions and the future

This talk explores how environmentalists conceive of time. There is an urgency to many environmental campaigns that...

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An Amazing Accessible Museum

Liz Frankland speaks to Jill Barkley all about an amazing experience that she had at a museum, that she found very...

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Delius and the Sound of Place

Book at Lunchtime: Delius and the Sound of Place Few composers have responded as powerfully to place as Frederick...

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London tour guide february 2020 María Fernández Núñez
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London tour guide february 2020

If you are interested in travelling to London, you will enjoy listening to these podcasts about this fantastic city....

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#58 England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland - History, Culture & Relationships

Let's explore the history and culture of the different regions of The British Isles. Episode transcript -...

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Meet Your Guide – Tom the barrister

Tom Hooper is our barrister guide. More important than that, he’s our jolliest guide. Extremely bright, fun,...

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Episode 2 Coastal Landforms

Landforms that created along the coastline including, bays, wave cut notches and wave cut platforms, stacks and...

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A Little Bit Racey: Election

With less than 365 days to go until the good people in parliament play musical chairs for keepsies, it all starts...

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A Little Bit Racey: Burgers

The world has changed greatly, but none of these enhancements to modern life can compare with the advent of the...

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A Little Bit Racey: World Cup

The excitement for the ‘World Cup’ is hotting up, as England boss Roy Hodgson, prepares to announce his final squad...

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