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The Arctic and the Antarctic are privileged locations for observers interested in understanding how our world is shaped by the forces of nature and the workings of history. These areas have inspired countless humans to undertake epic expeditions of discovery and have witnessed both great triumphs and miserable defeats. As a planetary litmus paper it is at the poles we can detect the effects of natural oscillations and human activities on the global ecosystems.
 
Welcome! Rájehis Sápmi, or Borderless Sapmi, evokes the image of a migratory people who have never been contained by imperialist borders. These people include Sámi descendants, Sámi Americans, Sámi Canadians and other Sámi people in the diaspora. Podcast host Katherine Greenland (Sámi American) and her guests explore Sámi culture and history, giving voice to issues that are important to Sámi communities across the globe. Join us in learning, sharing, and exploring what it means to be Sámi an ...
 
Listen to researchers talk about the history, society and culture of the Nordic region (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and the autonomous territories, Greenland, the Faroe Islands and Åland). Mainly interviews and panel discussions, but also synopses of particular historical events and topics within the humanities and social sciences written by researchers and read out in one of the Nordic languages as well as English.
 
THE TARDIS CREW is a podcast dedicated to the BBC science-fiction series Doctor Who, from the classic years beginning in 1963 through to the modern day... Join your host Baz Greenland, and his companion (and son) Ben, plus a selection of special guests, to discuss all aspects of the Whoniverse through time, and space. Allons-y! A proud part of the We Made This network.
 
Join us as we go there and back again with ONE RULES THEM ALL, a podcast all about J. R. R. Tolkien's THE LORD OF THE RINGS. Your esteemed council members Luke Winch & Baz Greenland leave the Shire for a tour across Middle Earth discussing the films, the franchise, and Amazon's huge upcoming prequel series, THE RINGS OF POWER... A proud part of the We Made This podcast network: www.wemadethisnetwork.com
 
As far as I know Tunes From Turtle Island is the only European radio show to exclusivity promote the indigenous musicians, bands and sound artists of North America. It is broadcast in Europe by 5 stations in 3 countries every week. Austria, Italy, and the UK. I play all genres of music from hip hop, rock, jazz and blues through to traditional, country, folk and more. From the first period of recorded sound, right up to the present day. I often include news articles on environmental destructi ...
 
Boxmedia talks is a podcast discussing everything boxing brought to you by Boxmedia tv. Our resident panel of guests 'Boxing Ed', Adrian 'hashtag' Greenland, Terry 'Dirt Dirtdog' Chapendama and Jr 'The roads' discuss the latest news and fight analysis of featured boxing fights and relevant topics - keep your guard up...
 
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!
 
In this saga, the events that led to Eirik the Red’s banishment to Greenland are chronicled, as well as Leif Eirikson’s discovery of Vinland the Good (a place where wheat and grapes grew naturally), after his longboat was blown off-course. By geographical details, this place is surmised to be present-day Newfoundland, and is likely the first European discovery of the American mainland, some five centuries before Christopher Columbus’s journey.
 
Active Travel Adventures curates multi-day world wide adventure travel for reasonably fit folks who love to hike, bike, paddle or otherwise stay active for a more immersive experience when they vacation and explore our planet and its people. ATA's mission is to inspire and empower you to lead a bigger life through adventure travel. Travel the Active Travel Adventures way!
 
The Saga of Erik the Red is one of the two important thirteenth-century accounts of the Norse explorations of Greenland and North America, along with The Saga of the Greenlanders. Containing fantastic anecdotes about ghostly visitations, wise women-seers, and one-legged native Unipeds, the saga is just as fascinating for what is clearly authentic history. It vividly relates the conflict between Christianity and the old Norse religion; the significant place of extraordinary women in Icelandic ...
 
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 ...
 
Discussion, debate, even a little dispute – expect it all on The Book Club Review. Every month hosts Kate and Laura bring you a new episode. That could be Book Club where we chat about the book read most recently by one of our book clubs. It could be Bookshelf, an episode dedicated to the books we’re reading outside of book club – the ones we get to pick and choose. Or it could be an interview with a book club, bookshop or book lover. Whatever the topic, every episode features lively and fra ...
 
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Casual Inference

Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray

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Keep it casual with the Casual Inference podcast. Your hosts Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray talk all things epidemiology, statistics, data science, causal inference, and public health. Sponsored by the American Journal of Epidemiology.
 
They pick 'em, then talk about 'em! Join Matt Latham as he sits down with a guest to chat about an album they want to talk about. Be it an all-time favourite or an album that the guest just can't stop listening to: guaranteed positive talk about the music people love. A proud part of the We Made This podcast network.
 
Off the coast of Greenland, a man finds a floating thermos bottle. Wedged tightly inside is a sheaf of papers covered with minute handwriting. As he begins to read, a fantastic tale begins to unwind. The writer, on his way to a WWI battlefield was shipwrecked and his entire regiment except for a woman and his faithful dog are killed. The three are rescued by a passing British tug, but fall prey to the schemes of a German spy aboard. They are then captured by the crew of a German U-boat. Afte ...
 
Excited for the next adventure? Where to Go, produced by the team behind the award-winning DK Eyewitness travel guides, is here to help. Each fortnight, hosts James and Lucy talk to local experts about the destination they have chosen to call their home, exploring their personal connection to the place, what makes it so special and the best things to see and do. And from time to time, they’ll be talking to some very special guests about their favourite places to go, alongside some quickfire ...
 
In 1857, Lady Jane Franklin, the wife of Sir John Franklin, who went missing with his entire crew during his 1845 expedition to discover the Northwest Passage, commissioned Captain Francis McClintock to investigate what had happened to the expedition, and purchased for him the small steam yacht known as the 'Fox'. This is McClintock's own account of the two year voyage of the 'Fox'. Following an initially unsuccessful attempt to cross the Davis Strait, the 'Fox' was forced to spend the first ...
 
We are all Jewish educators, whether professionally, or personally in our own homes. Whether you chose to be an educator by profession or not, we are all Jewish educators. Day in and day out, in our own homes, we are educating our children on what it means to be a Jew, what it means to be a good person. The goal of the podcast is to provide listeners with practical advice and guidance from masters in the chinuch world, who have tremendous amount of experience in educating children and teens ...
 
The Balls of Steel Show brings up the journey of those entrepreneurs who are still in the process of touching the peak of Everest. The ones who have done something and are still unknown. The ones who have enough balls to have set their foot on the paddle of following the path they wish to ride and not what the world directs them to. Let's jump in and have an insight into their minds and see how they're doing their dhandha.
 
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Work with Joe: https://www.foxdreamer.com/ Cosmic Adults important links: https://linktr.ee/thecosmicadults In this week's episode: Your energy field = what is mine? What belongs to others? Being the light in the midst of darkness. Making difficult choices. Clearing energy from houses and places. Popping energetic bubbles when the energetic vibrati…
 
Listen Now to Future News Now 8.9.2022 This could be the summer of eVTOL (electric Vertical Takeoff Landing) aircraft, the long held vision for practical flying cars and cheap and easy air flight.We have our eye on several companies in that race, one of them being the “Switchblade,” in Oregon, a hybrid machine that both flies and drives on the grou…
 
A Greenland shark was found in the Caribbean Sea, surprising the science world and it begs the overall question: Have they always been there? But more research is needed to answer a number of questions. It also reminds us all that we know nothing of the deep sea and maybe we should hold off on opening up deep-sea mining since we don't really know t…
 
On July 16, 2022, Quark Expeditions—the world’s leading provider of polar adventures—successfully debuted their new Greenland Adventure: Explore by Sea, Land, and Air itinerary. Quark Expeditions’ status as the industry pioneer in polar adventure accompanied by a helicopter has been cemented by the 9-day excursion on the technologically superior Ul…
 
Sitting in most homes is a deck of playing cards. Cards and card games have become almost ubiquitous They are played by children and in retirement homes. They are played at family picnics, and there are also televised games played with millions of dollars on the line. You can play games with friends, or you can even play them by yourself. Despite h…
 
Take a trip back to the early 00's with the fictional band Josie and the Pussycats from the same movie with Matt and guest Sara Feigin from the Name 3 Songs podcast! Matt and Sara chat about how the film was one of the biggest foundations of Sara-The-Adult. Whilst also talking about the legends that are Dujour.... Host: Matt Latham Guest: Sara Feig…
 
Happy Monday! Bone is back from vacation, Deshaun Watson apologizes, Guardians are playing well, the Bengals get some good news, bad injury news for the Browns, Bone killed a spider, Man’s still worried about the Buckeyes, Baker has a new fan, Bone’s dog is really excited, Sankey wants to expand the hoops tourney & we do Yikes!…
 
In 1958 the United States government created the National Aeronautics and Space Administration or NASA. NASA has achieved some of the most incredible accomplishments in human history and also has suffered some incredible failures. Yet this agency wasn’t created out of nothing. It has a past that goes back far earlier than most people realize. Learn…
 
Cetaceans (whales, dolphins, and porpoises) are beautiful creatures and they display a number of different behaviours that we often like to watch. The behaviours are usually friendly ones such as bow riding or breaching the water giving us a spectacular show. But cetaceans are wild animals and being in the wild means every species needs to survive …
 
As soon as automobiles were created, people began racing them. As with many sports, early were often unorganized and disjointed. After world war II, however, an effort was made to provide an organized championship series for the world’s best drivers. Over the last 70 years, it has grown into the world’s foremost racing circuit and become a business…
 
Over the last several centuries, there has been a concerted effort to raise literacy rates around the world. For the most part, although there is still work to be done, we’ve done a pretty good job. The vast majority of people around the world know how to read and write. While literacy has improved, despite our world becoming ever more dependent on…
 
Happy Friday! It’s our final day without Bone and we have two guest hosts for our shortened show, 10TV’s Adam King joins us in the first hour and our friend Lori Schmidt from the Dispatch joins us in the second hour, we recap the Reds Field of Dreams game, give you the latest news on Deshaun Watson, Man’s upset about all of the OSU positivity, Lori…
 
With an atomic number of three, Lithium is the third lightest element and the lightest solid at room temperature and pressure. For almost two centuries after its discovery, Lithium didn’t have much in the way of practical uses. However, in the last few decades, its status changed, and it went from one of the least useful elements to one of the most…
 
Indigenous made Rock, Pop, Lounge Music, Blues, New Folk, hiphop, Rez Metal and more. Brought to you by Tunes From Turtle Island and Pantheon Podcasts. Brought to you by Turtle Island Radio and Pantheon Podcasts. Please, during this difficult time when artists can not play to live audiences, if you like the music you hear, go out and buy some of it…
 
Canada just passed a law to ban 6 types of single-use plastics across the nation over the next 3 years in an unprecedented move to curb plastic waste, but some people think that Canada can do more, including Oceana. I am going to talk about how Oceana Canada thinks Canada can reduce plastic even more and I want to ask the question, is it too much? …
 
Happy Thursday! It’s our last day this week with Jen, the Reds are playing in the Field of Dreams game tonight, Guardians are in first place, Favre chats with Bubba the love sponge, Man isn’t excited about the Hot Air Balloon Festival, Jen of Education on Papa Roach, Ryan Day’s whip updates us on practice & we do Would You Rather.…
 
Around the year 36 BC, the King of Judea, Herod the Great, built a fortress in the Judean desert overlooking the Dead Sea. Almost 100 years later, that fortress became the scene for what was one of the most dramatic moments in the history of the Jewish people. It was the final act in a rebellion against the Roman Empire, the ramifications of which …
 
Hello ModernJeepers welcome to Episode 178 of The ModernJeeper Show… the show about Jeeps, Jeeping and Jeepers. Corey & Jessy join Matson from somewhere outside Indianapolis on their way to Topless for Tata's as part of CITTour 2022. We talk about Tata's, getting shot at, getting Physical in the 80's, bringing happiness, driving a Monster Truck at …
 
It was a Wildcard Wednesday today. Roger Goodell continues to push for a season-long suspension for Deshaun Watson. Dan Campbell is great for TV. The Steelers might be a bit delusional. The Big Ten media rights deal is getting close to being announced. Amazon is paying $100 million for a Black Friday NFL game. We got to know Jen Winters. On Campus.…
 
This podcast is about how large organisations, like companies and trade unions, can learn from social movements such as Pride. While some of it may be lip service, the hope is that some elements stick, resulting in more diverse and inclusive workplaces across the Nordics and beyond. Jannick Friis Christensen from Copenhagen Business School is inter…
 
On October 26, 1881, one of the most defining moments in the history of the American west took place. That shootout between nine men defined the popular perception of what the old west was about, even though it was actually a very atypical event. Since then, the gunfight has become legendary, having been the subject of songs, books, and movies. Lea…
 
Happy Tuesday! Man & Jen are co-hosting today and we chat about Bone’s tok & gram, Paul Brown stadium gets a name change, Big Ten is close to announcing their media rights deals, Serena retires from tennis, we chat about wax figures, Man’s doctor suggests changing careers, we do Rapid Fire, we have fun with Finebaum, Bon Jovi’s helping out Notre Da…
 
Tens of thousands of years ago, early paleolithic humans painted on cave walls things that were important to them and with which their entire lives revolved. One of the most prominent images which have been preserved on countless cave walls is an animal that looks like an enormous bull. That animal has gone extinct, but while it was alive, it playe…
 
Happy Monday! We have Jen Winters filling in for the Bone this week, Buckeyes are ranked second in the preseason coaches poll, the Browns have another distraction, Man says old people are lazy, the Holtmann had a big weekend, Ryan Day did as well, we do Yikes!, Burrow could be out a couple more weeks & we chat MLB with Jayson’s Beef.…
 
The First World War wasn’t just fought on the fields of France and Belgium. There were lesser battles fought on the homefronts of the nations which were fighting. In the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth countries, this battle was fought on the streets of cities and towns between men who didn’t wear a uniform and women who tried to shame them i…
 
The International Seabed Authority, which is responsible for overseeing the development of deep-sea mining in international waters AND protecting the ocean met to negotiate a set of regulations to determine if deep-sea mining can proceed. But scientists and environmentalists involved in the process are worried about transparency and revealing that …
 
Beginning one-way flights from STS start at $29. Avelo Airlines has announced new nonstop service from Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport in the North Bay Area to Palm Springs, California (STS). Starting on November 11, Avelo will operate this route twice weekly on Fridays and Mondays. Only Avelo will provide seasonal nonstop service to Palm S…
 
Johannes Vermeer was one of the greatest painters of the Dutch Golden Age. Unlike many of his contemporary painters, however, he didn’t leave a large body of work behind. The paintings he did create have left experts in both art and technology wondering if he didn’t have a secret that helped him with his craft. A technical secret, not an artistic o…
 
Step back in time with us as Kate visits Charleston home of Vanessa Bell and important gathering place for the members of the Bloomsbury Group, that collection of writers and artists including Virginia Woolf that coalesced around Gordon Square in London. Undaunted by the ghosts of her relatives Nino Strachey, author of a new book, Young Bloomsbury,…
 
In this week's episode: Prophecy - what it is and some examples. How to live with it? Ian's love affair with Dune - book and movie highly recommended by the Cosmic Adults. Knowing the future - important or not? Are people who see the future "special"? Denying visions or prophecy at the same time it's happening - what's behind this? Wanting to prove…
 
The Great Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman was once asked to convey in a single sentence the most important scientific knowledge that humans possessed. His answer was short and simple: “Everything is made of atoms.” Believe it or not, this was believed to be the case over 2000 years ago in ancient Greece and India. However, it wasn’t u…
 
Fields of bright yellow sunflowers will start to cover the North Dakota countryside as the summer light starts to set earlier each day. Awe-inspiring fields of golden flowers bloom all throughout the state in August, and North Dakota Tourism invites tourists to explore them. North Dakota Tourism has released the state’s 2022 Sunflower Blooms Guide,…
 
Happy Friday! There are reports that Watson turned down a settlement from the NFL, Cleveland’s hosting a massage therapy convention, NFL gamblers are betting against Brady, Ocho tells us how great he is, Honus is still a big deal, we have a Choco Taco update, the Buckeyes will be favored in every game, Man reads TV ratings from the 90’s & we do Too…
 
Indigenous made Folk, Rock, Jazz, Hip-Hop Dubstep, Pop, Powwow and more. Brought to you by Turtle Island Radio and Pantheon Podcasts. Please, during this difficult time when artists can not play to live audiences, if you like the music you hear, go out and buy some of it. :) Tracks on this week's show are: Blackbird - Red Light Tamara Podemski - Le…
 
Located in Northern France is one of the most well-known wine-producing regions on Earth. In fact, it is so well known that it has legally protected the name of its signature product around the world. It is the preferred drink for both royalty and rappers as well as at nightclubs and brunches, yet its discovery was believed to be an accident. An ac…
 
Nikhil Madan, Co-Founder, The Office Pass, shares his entrepreneurial journey of kickstarting one of India’s fastest-growing co-working and managed office spaces. Beginning from Makaan.com, Aditya, Nikhil, Sachin, and later Saket found opportunities in the co-working space, but in the Indian context. Nikhil and his Co-Founder at The Office Pass bel…
 
When I speak to people about their careers in Marine Science and Conservation, I can sense how badly they want a job and build their careers. It's hard to describe how I can notice it, but if you have it then go after it. But there are many of you who lack the motivation to fight for a position to get what you want. You have to show that you have a…
 
Happy Thursday! Today’s the first day of practice for OSU football, the Crew suffered a brutal loss, OSU is trolling the Common Man, we have more info about the Deshaun Watson suspension, Man’s angry at an NFL coach, Bone of Education on Mt Rainier, we have NFL football starting tonight, the Queen has a new favorite soccer player & we do Would You …
 
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