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Listen in for updates on the Middle and East Tennessee chapters of the National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA). We interview your fellow ditch-digging contractor members, the associate members who help make our work possible, and special guests from around the industry. We also provide board meeting follow ups, special event highlights, and anything else that will help you "keep digging Tennessee!"
 
A podcast for all ancient history fans! The Ancients is dedicated to discussing our distant past. Featuring interviews with historians and archaeologists, each episode covers a specific theme from antiquity. From Neolithic Britain to the Fall of Rome. Hosted by Tristan Hughes.
 
The construction industry is constantly evolving, and so is heavy equipment technology. The Building Tomorrow podcast takes an in-depth look at all aspects of heavy machinery, from a variety of industries including agriculture, mining, governmental, paving, power systems and general construction. Learn about the latest trends from Toromont Cat experts and stay on top of issues that affect your business.
 
The news of the week in audio, for many years compiled and written by the late Michelle Hilling of Archaeologica, is now the product of our dedicated volunteer team. Read by Laura Pettigrew, the Audio News is compiled from Archaeologica’s daily news updates. The musical interludes are original compositions by Anthony Pettigrew. The Audio News from Archaeologica is compiled from Archaeologica.org's daily news updates.
 
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Excavating Atlanta

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Excavating Atlanta

National Center for Civil and Human Rights

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Excavating Atlanta is a podcast series which explores the history and residual effects of structural inequality in the City of Atlanta. This series looks more deeply at the city's segregated history as well as some of the policies that shaped the city's development in the last century, to become one of the most inequitable cities in the United States. Excavating Atlanta operates on the premise that we must contextualize history to understand today’s obstacles to progress.Weekly episodes will ...
 
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Meat and Three

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Meat and Three

Heritage Radio Network

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This zesty, weekly update on food stories and commentary is modeled after the Southern meat-and-three-sides concept: a deep dive and three shorts. Keep up with the latest food trends, the political economy and societal impact of food. Plus, enjoy storytelling about the personal relationships we all have with what we eat and drink. Discover your next favorite food podcast via our rotating contributors, and join us as we explore what the fork is going on in the world right now. Meat and Three ...
 
Pandemics, violent eruptions, city sackings, egomaniac emperors. Sound familiar? History always repeats itself. Archaeologist host Darius Arya Digs goes back 2000 years to uncover elements of Ancient Rome & its expansive Empire. On location from the back streets of Rome to the bazaar of Cairo, from the Agora of Athens to the Medina of Tunis, and from the Vatican Museums to the Roman emperor Diocletian’s palace of Split. Episodes drop each Monday!
 
The BinderCast is the only podcast exclusively devoted to women and gender non-conforming writers across genres and writing fields. In each episode, co-hosts Lux Alptraum and Leigh Stein tackle the essential questions of making it as a writer: when should you write for free? How do you balance your art with your day job? Who will give you permission to tell your story? The BinderCast is a production of Out of the Binders, a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to increasing the diversity of voices in t ...
 
From the champagne room to the board room, meet the stripper turned CEO. Experience the uncensored story of being a self-made Professional Goddess. Featured in Forbes, this sex shop owner, viral tiktokker, and author, talks about the ups and downs of running multiple hustles. Join the pussy empowerment movement and earn your PHD in CEHoetry with the Slutrepreneur Podcast.
 
This podcast is designed to engage our listeners with provocative thought and dialogue surrounding the topics of equity in education and more specifically culturally responsive teaching. The intention is to not simply tickle your ears with engaging information, but to challenge you to align your talk with your walk, move your passion and purpose into action, and to constantly engage in self-reflective activity that will not only propel you forward in your personal and professional life, but ...
 
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Situated roughly one mile south of Hadrian’s Wall is one of the great jewels of Roman and early medieval archaeology: Vindolanda. Over the past 50 years, annual excavations at this site have revealed incredible amounts of new information. Information that has not only shone more light on the site’s history, but also on the minutiae of everyday life…
 
Language Warning. The people have spoken, so we've done the impossible and brought Garret Wilson back on the Dirt Talk podcast. He's known for being an expert operator and expert buster of chops. In this episode, he didn't hold back! This week, Garret sat down with Aaron and Alex to discuss working for himself, being true to yourself, and the power…
 
Today we’re going back to the beginning – no Romans, Celts, Egyptians or Macedonians in sight. We’re going much further back, covering billions of years of prehistory as we look at the emergence of life on Earth. From the rise of the earliest microscopic membranes to the arrival of the dinosaurs. To talk through this massive topic, Tristan was join…
 
The annual Current Archaeology magazine conference, Current Archaeology Live! 2022, is fast approaching. Taking place online over the weekend of 25-27 February, an exciting line-up of expert speakers will cover the latest news on the most important discoveries and leading research projects in the archaeology of the British Isles. In addition to the…
 
Neil Sundresh has grown Glacier West Construction dramatically in recent years. How has his approach to quality control, delegation and the "fat steaks and bourbon" strategy helped him do it? Listen to my conversation with Neil to learn that...and a lot more. What you'll learn about in this construction podcast episode with Neil Sundresh, owner of …
 
During World War I, General John J. Pershing considered Douglas MacArthur his finest battlefield commander and George Marshall his finest staff officer. Pershing preferred Marshall to MacArthur but acknowledged that they were very different men. To Pershing, Marshall had a military mind, while MacArthur had a warrior mind. The military mind exists,…
 
Green Heritage Relict Plants and Medieval Women Dig into the Story of Relict Plants and Women & Gender in Medieval Ireland in Amplify Archaeology Podcast Episode 27 with Dr Karen Dempsey Green Heritage Relict Plants and Medieval Women Dig into the Story of Relict Plants and Women & Gender in Medieval Ireland in Amplify Archaeology Podcast Episode 2…
 
Author : Alter S. Reiss Narrator : John Michnya Host : Hamilton Perez Audio Producers : Peter Adrian Behravesh and Peter Wood Discuss on Forums Originally published in Strange Horizons Rated R This episode is a part of our Tales from the Vaults series, in which a member of PodCastle’s staff chooses a backlist episode […] The post PodCastle 709: TAL…
 
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include: Researchers take a fresh look at Maya salt factory in Belize (details) Petroglyphs discovered at Canada’s Wanuskewin Heritage Park (details) Discovery of ruined fortress unveiled as a Hannukah gift in Israel (details) New study focuses on cultural and economic disruptions from the Justinianic Plague (deta…
 
This week on the Monday edition of Dirt Talk, hosts Aaron Witt and Alex Horton talk about the upcoming BuildWitt company meeting in Nashville and equipment training. They then chat about safely knocking over trees (note: they're not experts in this) and why it's important to represent your company/team/group all the time. To connect with other peop…
 
Author : E. Lily Yu Narrator : Wilson Fowlie Host : Ziv Wities Audio Producers : Peter Adrian Behravesh and Peter Wood Discuss on Forums Originally published in Apex Magazine Rated PG This episode is a part of our Tales from the Vaults series, in which a member of PodCastle’s staff chooses a backlist episode […] The post PodCastle 708: TALES FROM T…
 
There's often been comments and questions about the BuildWitt Internal Podcast, but since it's just for our team, it's always seemed a little strange and unnecessary to share it with the greater audience. But... after recording this one, Aaron and Alex looked at each other and immediately said, "we should put this episode on Dirt Talk, too". So wit…
 
It is one of the most remote ancient sites in the world. Situated on the isolated Micronesian island of Kosrae are the ruins of an ancient religious centre called Menka, also known as the Village of the Breadfruit Goddess. From temples to monumental statues to 'the painted cave,' Menka was an incredibly important site for Kosrae's ancient communiti…
 
The Icelandic language has remained so stable over the centuries, speakers can read manuscripts from 900 years ago without too much trouble. And when they need a new word for more recent concepts, there are committees to coin one, so that the modern Icelandic lexicon includes such things as the internet, helicopters and mansplaining. Defending the …
 
Humans and jungles are often seen as a poor combination. It is easy to write off the environment as challenging at best and a ‘green hell’ at worst. But could it be that tropical forests have repeatedly helped rather than hindered humanity’s progress? On this episode of the PastCast, Patrick Roberts discusses his article in the latest issue of Curr…
 
Author : Alex Dally MacFarlane Narrator : Eleiece Krawiec Host : Tierney Bailey Audio Producers : Peter Adrian Behravesh and Peter Wood Discuss on Forums Originally published in Strange Horizons Content warning: violence. Rated R This episode is a part of our Tales from the Vaults series, in which a member of PodCastle’s staff chooses […] The post …
 
The iconic Thanksgiving setting looks something like this: cranberry, Turkey and sides shared at a large table with family. But Thanksgiving celebrations are more varied than we may think. Whether it’s at the checkout counter, in a to-go box, or outside the U.S. entirely –– Thanksgiving food may look a little different this year. Further Reading: V…
 
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include: New study demonstrates humans accelerated the extinction of wooly mammoths (details) LiDAR reveals the sophisticated agriculture of three Classic period Maya kingdoms (details) Evidence of ancient mercury poisoning discovered from analysis of Iberian bones (details) Study finds volcanic eruptions contribu…
 
This week on the Monday edition of Dirt Talk, Aaron and Alex chat about bird dogs and swearing, before discussing how dirt contractors can initially get their name out there and how companies can breed a culture where everyone is more invested in the mission, work, and the care of the equipment. To connect with other people who listen to this show,…
 
Alexander the Great and Caracalla. One often considered among the most successful military commanders of all time, the other, one of the worst emperors of Ancient Rome. So is it possible that the latter modelled himself and his army on the former. In this second episode with Dr Alex Imrie, we return to the story of Caracalla to explore the evidence…
 
Dan MacArthur is the COO of Berg Construction, an excavation/site work contractor based in Morgantown, PA. They have five specialized divisions, and Dan has had his hand in all of them over the years: commercial, waste management, residential/special projects, paving/concrete, and golf courses. Dan was kind enough to hop on a call with the DT guys …
 
Minoan Crete has kept people captivated for millennia, appearing in countless modern cultural practices till this very day. But who are the Minoans? In this episode, Tristan travels down to Oxford to talk to Professor Nico Momigliano, a leading expert in the history and legacy of the Minoans. Join us as we explore the lives, civilisation, and influ…
 
What you'll hear about in this construction podcast episode with Monish Khadye: - The business case for happiness - What are "dinner date" clients and why you want them - His rule for emails that don't allow him to be a jerk - Being happy to ask foolish questions. - When your goals aren't really YOUR goals - Keys to working with your spouse in a tr…
 
Marking the bicentennial of Peru's independence, a fascinating new exhibition at the British Museum, subtitled ‘a journey in time’, explores the history, beliefs, and culture of six different societies who lived in the region from around 2500 BC to the arrival of the Europeans in the 1500s. The exhibition is the focus of a special feature in the la…
 
Environment, cultural traditions, gentrification - all of these forces shape what we eat and are deeply rooted in where we are. Regional foods are more than just their flavors and ingredients. They are a culmination of local culture and generations of experience. But how are historic foodways being altered by factors like warming oceans and rapidly…
 
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include: Canada’s oldest English coin discovered in Newfoundland (details) New research suggests deep connections among Transeurasian languages and peoples (details) New room discovered at Pompeii may have been the housing for slave family (details) Ornate wooden bird once belonged to English queen Anne Boleyn (de…
 
Author : Krystal Claxton Narrator : Graeme Dunlop Host : Sofía Barker Audio Producers : Peter Wood and Peter Adrian Behravesh Discuss on Forums Originally published in Unidentified Funny Objects 3 Rated PG This episode is a part of our Tales from the Vaults series, in which a member of PodCastle’s staff chooses a backlist […] The post PodCastle 706…
 
On this Monday edition of Dirt Talk, Aaron and Alex talk about professional wrestling before discussing questions about project managers, helping people who are a pain in your a$$ to succeed, and why leadership is a skill to be learned and re-learned. They also felt a huge blast from a job-site next door that was kind of crazy. To connect with othe…
 
From Gladiator to Rome Total War to I, Claudius, today the Cohortēs praetōriae are one of the most distinctive military units of Imperial Rome. It was their job to protect the Roman Emperor and his household, a task for which they hold a somewhat ‘chequered’ record (especially when we focus in on the Praetorian Prefects). But what do we know about …
 
Author : Kenneth Schneyer Narrator : Peter Wood Host : Emmalia Harrington Audio Producers : Peter Adrian Behravesh and Peter Wood Discuss on Forums Originally published in Clockwork Phoenix 4, edited by Mike Allen. Contains references to murder and child abuse. Rated R This episode is a part of our Tales from the Vaults series, […] The post PodCast…
 
Bryan Peters has spent his entire career around heavy equipment, so when he decided to start his company AdvanceTrac Equipment, he knew that even though he wanted to get into helping companies optimize their heavy iron fleets, he knew he'd want to do things differently. Though he admitted that he has "audacious goals" for where he wants to go, he's…
 
For decades the discovery of Ai Khanum, ‘the City of Lady Moon’, in Eastern Afghanistan has fascinated archaeologists and historians alike: from its ‘Greek’ theatre and gymnasium to the literary fragments preserved in the palatial complex to the everyday houses of the site. But there is also much more to this Greco-Bactrian metropolis, which reache…
 
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