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Best Aeroplane podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Aeroplane podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The White Light mixes are, ultimately, about two things: music and space. Music first and foremost, as this series is a showcase of great songs, not tracks – songs and mixes you want to listen over and over again, songs that have depth and staying power, and most importantly songs that mean something to each other.Secondly, White Light is about space – giving the music room to breathe – not a post-a.d.d. mix of everything trendy that can fit onto a mixtape, but one that’s paced to give each ...
 
This is the WWI memoirs of Medal of Honor winner, Capt Eddie Rickenbacker. He fought in and eventually became commander of the 94th "Hat-in-the-Ring" Squadron, which ended the war with the highest number of air victories of any American squadron. The circus mentioned in the title refers to the German squadron commanded by the famous Red Baron, Manfred von Richthofen. (Introduction by Brett W. Downey)
 
Broriginals is a comedy podcast hosted by two brothers Texas and Travis De Vries who use their 80,000+ years of cultural heritage to give advice to listeners on how to be a better Aboriginal and maybe a better Human Being. Regular episodes of the podcast feature bad answers to questions from audience members, questions from the Deadly Questions portal and other strange oddities from the internet. Texas and Travis De Vries accept no responsibility for any injury to person if you take the advi ...
 
Welcome to Lifehackers! This is the show that will have you lifehacking your way through existence like the life guru you truly are. Every week, Kerr Drummond and Sara Damergi take your through their best lifehacks; from the weird, to the wonderful, to the downright genius. And, they're joined by some very special guests along the way. Tune in for your weekly dose of laughter, topical chat and of course hints and tips to make your life that little bit easier. ------- A Create Productions Podcast
 
The Brothers Orville and Wilbur Wright made the first controlled, powered and sustained heavier-than-air flight, on 17th December 1903. They were not the first to build and fly aircraft, but they invented the controls that were necessary for a pilot to steer the aircraft, which made fixed wing powered flight possible. The Early History of the Airplane consists of three short essays about the beginnings of human flight. The second essay retells the first flight: This flight lasted only 12 sec ...
 
Tremendously clever grown-ups Andy Stanton (bearded author of the Mr Gum books) and Carrie Quinlan (unbearded actress, comedian and and all-round weirdo) answer questions set to them by flocks of shamefully ignorant children. ‘Who invented cheese?’; ‘What are trees for?’; ‘What’s the meaning of life?’; ‘Why don’t dogs poo in the toilet?’ No inquiry is too difficult or too smelly for the Nincompoops. So listen in as Andy and Carrie generously share their ‘wisdumb’ and ‘nollidge’ with you in a ...
 
I'm Daniel Jones. My father, Greg Jones and I have always been able to connect over music, but our musical tastes don't often coincide. So we're forcing each other to listen to albums together and recording the resulting discussion for your listening pleasure. Theme music: Buddy - https//www.bensound.com.
 
Flora Sandes was the only British woman officially to serve as a soldier in World War I. Initially a St. John Ambulance volunteer, she traveled to Serbia, where, in the confusion of war, she was formally enrolled in the Serbian army. While the Serbian Army was regrouping in Corfu, Ms. Sandes returned to England to recuperate and publish these memoirs.(Summary from Wikipedia)
 
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What better way to follow up Spirited Away than a 75 minute sequel to a lesser known movie made for a theme park that never happened? That’s where we find ourselves today as Ghibli breaks out the Baron for another adventure and we enjoy the brief misadventures of a girl and some cats. Please send all your questions and comments about this game or a…
 
Subscribe, like, & comment. Links to more info in the timestamps below. thefrequentmiler.com/subscribe 2:43 Reader Feedback....or rather storytime with Greg. https://frequentmiler.boardingarea.com/ventana-big-sur-hyatt-bottom-line-review-awesome/ 13:10 What crazy thing has Citi done this week? https://frequentmiler.boardingarea.com/5x-restaurants-w…
 
The US Supreme Court ruled on Thursday about half of Oklahoma belongs to Native Americans, in a landmark case that also quashed a child rape conviction. The justices decided 5-4 that an eastern chunk of the state, including its second-biggest city, Tulsa, should be recognised as part of a reservation. We hear from representatives of the Muscogee Cr…
 
The US Supreme Court has ruled that President Trump's financial records can be examined by prosecutors in New York. In a related case, the court ruled that this information did not have to be shared with Congress. Law professor and host of the "Passing Judgement" podcast Jessica Levinson explains the significance of these rulings. Also in the progr…
 
As President Trump pushes for US schools to re-open in August, Tawnell Hobbs, education reporter for The Wall Street Journal, explains how teachers and parents are reacting. Meanwhile, Jason Furman, former chief economist to President Obama, weighs in on the different stimulus strategies countries have taken to get their economy going again.Also in…
 
The World Health Organisation has acknowledged evidence of the airborne spread of coronavirus, after a group of scientists signed a letter urging it to update its guidance on the disease’s transmission. One of the signatories, Joseph Allen, an Assistant Professor at the Harvard School of Public Health, explains his concerns.Also in the programme, D…
 
Several countries have criticised China for imposing a new security law on Hong Kong, which they say threatens the territory's long-standing. Some of the world's largest social media and internet businesses - including Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Google and Telegram - have all said they are "pausing" co-operation with requests for user information…
 
Backyard conversations with Kane's kid.....he even get's in a May Gibbs reference (can you pick it)? This is a short episode. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ REMEMBER: If you have any suggestions for topics please send through to team@daddyeatslast.com and we will be sure to include them. Is the modern man a hunter or a gentle…
 
Guest: WWII veteran Cpl John Laurence Ernest Hamlet (known as Laurie), NZ416754, RNZAF Instrument Repairer Host: Dave Homewood Recorded: 30th of November 2019 Released: 5th of July 2020 Duration: hour minutes seconds In this episode Dave Homewood chats with Laurie Hamlet, who was born and grew up in Auckland. Before the war he was apprenticed to an…
 
Counter culture icon and Editor of Dangerous Minds (www.dangerousminds.net), Richard Metzger, dove into the psychedelic deep end of the pool to discuss a record that STILL gets him high: Jefferson Airplane’s darker, heavier follow-up to Surrealistic Pillow, “After Bathing at Baxter’s”. Coffee was consumed, minds were expanded, and by the end the Su…
 
Subscribe and give us a like if you enjoy this episode. Timestamps and links below. 00:30 Reader Feedback: Were we too hard on IHG? 9:30 What crazy thing did Citi do this week? Our post about the minimum spend extension: https://frequentmiler.boardingarea.com/citis-turn-use-prestige-credit-at-supermarkets-restaurants-more-time-to-meet-spend/ Report…
 
We found the secret sauce of the internet to drum up just the right amount of attention that this whole thing will blow up! It’s doing blackface audio drama. This week’s adult themes include: Flavourtown Gamilaroi, Salty Plumundrum, How to Make an Aboriginal, Funnel Scheme & Blackface Clickbait. This episode was sponsored by: BloodlinesTm t If you …
 
The American football team has agreed to review its name under pressure from sponsors. The name has long been seen by many as offensive, so why the change now? We speak to Mary Emily O'Hara from Adweek.Many landlords in the US temporarily suspended rent payments because of the coronavirus. But some tenants are now having to pay again, and in protes…
 
The US economy created jobs at a record pace in June as firms took on more staff after the coronavirus downturn. Payrolls surged 4.8 million, the most since the Labor Department began keeping records in 1939, helped by the reopening of factories and restaurants. But a recent spike in Covid-19 cases has raised fears for continued growth.China's deci…
 
On Canada Day, we take stock of the country's efforts to eradicate coronavirus with CBC's reporter Laura Lynch.Earlier this month, twenty Indian soldiers were killed in a clash with Chinese forces in the disputed Himalayan region of Ladakh, prompting the Indian government to ban 59 Chinese apps. But China is India’s second largest trading partner a…
 
Ok, Thuggalos, we need your help. This Saturday we're doing a virtual flight from Melbourne to Shanghai in real time. 9 hours of flying and we're taking suggestions of what we should do while we're in the "air".We'll be streaming on our Twitch (twitch.tv/thethuggalos) and we'll release a podcast of it as well.Let us know if you want to call in or h…
 
China has passed a controversial security law giving it new security powers over Hong Kong. The law makes secession, subversion of the central government, terrorism or collusion with foreign forces punishable by up to life in prison. We hear from businesses, journalists as well as an adviser to the Chinese government and several of the country's bi…
 
Music plays a big part in our lives and it should in fact research has proven that when you listen to music you like, your brain releases dopamine (which makes you feel good). On this weeks episode we discuss: - what music we listen to - how much music we listen to - whether the music we have listened to has changed - what gigs we have been to over…
 
This week’s guest, guitarist Russell Mofsky, is a bit of a musical enigma. Co-founder of beloved South Florida punk band Quit and leader/creator of Surf/Lounge/Noir combo Gold Dust Lounge, Russel is a music-school geek who thinks like a poet. It’s only fitting they he chose to discuss the dark, foreboding debut release by Canadian post-rock collect…
 
Like, subscribe, & comment! Links in timestamps below. 00:38 Reader Feedback: Facebook comments & changes to our group 8:31 Pandemic Vacation: How does Greg feel about it in hindsight? https://frequentmiler.boardingarea.com/pandemic-vacation-is-it-safe/ 21:57 IHG Points: Are they now worth more? Did Greg's methodology make sense? Is basing RRVs jus…
 
Facebook has come under growing pressure to improve the moderation of users' posts. Coca-Cola and Unilever, maker of Marmite and Dove soap, have joined more than 90 other companies which have removed their adverts from the site. Arisha Hatch is from Color of Change, which campaigns for racial justice in the US. We ask her about Facebook's changed p…
 
Texas delays re-opening its businesses after coronavirus cases spike – we speak with the Texas Chamber of Commerce. The makers of the weedkiller Roundup have reached a settlement over claims that one of its ingredients, glyphosate, causes cancer – we speak to one farmer who explains why he is disappointed, and the victorious lawyer who represented …
 
Fears of a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic have caused financial markets to fall, amid warnings from the the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that the global economic crisis will be even worse than previously forecast - we speak with the IMF's chief economist, Gita Gopinath. India's healthcare system is still struggling under the burden of…
 
A leading authority in the US's fight against coronavirus warns of a second wave - we'll look at how the US is dealing with its spike in new Covid 19 cases already being seen in Texas. We're in Mexico looking at how it too is facing up to the rising tide of coronavirus = and we'll be following the latest news on the earthquake in the coastal state …
 
COVID-19 restrictions are back in Victoria (where Kane lives) but on the back of the interview with Creesh on his anxiety and stress Kane and the family had already got away for a week away from screens. So this week Kane ponders: 1. How driving somewhere is different for kids to when he was a kid. 2. That everyone has a platform/microphone these d…
 
Show fan and “That Facebook Group Got Me High” creator Mark Guerita (his podcast nom de plume) sat in the hot seat this week to discuss one of his favorite records by one of his favorite artists: “Teenager of the Year” by another fan of the pseudonym – and Pixies mastermind - Frank Black.If you’ve never heard this clever, tuneful, wildly eclectic r…
 
Like & subscribe! Links in the timestamps below. 3:28 Reader Feedback 5:25 What crazy thing did Citi do this week? 9:44 Why Greg wrote the Juneteenth / Black Lives Matter post and why he did it now. https://frequentmiler.boardingarea.com/hopeful-juneteenth/ 15:15 Marriott's big move: Free elite night credit https://frequentmiler.boardingarea.com/ma…
 
As Americans mark June the 19th and remember the end of slavery, the Black Lives Matter movement is forcing US businesses to get on message - fast. We have a special report from Oklahoma as President Trump's imminent rally stirs up ghosts of the past.Also in the programme - Australia's Prime Minister says government and institutions are being targe…
 
Thanks for downloading the Plane Safety Podcast with Pilot Pip & Capt Al. This is a solo a diary pod with me (Pip), no Al I'm afraid due to technical issues.We'll be catching up with where I've been, what's happening in the quiet skies, ILS vs IGS, CPDLC & more. Links mentioned in the episode : Flyer Magazine 13 Minutes to the Moon Podcast https://…
 
The US Supreme Court overturns the Trump administration's bid to deport hundreds of thousands of immigrants who were brought to the US illegally as children. As the Chinese leadership prepares to table its first draft of a new security law for Hong Kong, we assess its future as a secure financial hub. And the African fruit-pickers in southern Spain…
 
Mars says its Uncle Ben brand needs 'evolution', as Black Lives Matter protests continue and brands pull mascots based on racial stereotypes, including PepsiCo's Aunt Jemima. We speak with Barrington Reeves, organiser of Black Lives Matter protests in Glasgow and owner of branding agency Too Gallus about the continuing battle big brands will have w…
 
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order introducing police reforms. It offers federal grants to improve police practices and comes amid anger over the killing of African Americans by police officers. Mr Trump said the police played an essential role in society, which must be protected and he said he would not support attempts to defund…
 
Spirit desire... Sonic Youth's 5th album was released on October 18th 1988 and changed the trajectory of rock. Blending the avant garde, dissonant noise rock and punk it was a game changer in alternative rock. We revisit this high watermark for the band and are joined by the man who recorded the album at Greene St studios in New York City, Nick San…
 
The US Supreme Court ruled that a landmark civil rights law protects gay and transgender workers from workplace discrimination, handing the movement for LGBT equality a stunning victory. We hear from the last surviving plaintiff Gerald Bostock and his lawyer Thomas Mew.Also in the programme, six former employees of the e-commerce company eBay - inc…
 
This week we have a special guest interview. Matty's good friend Creesh. The reason we have Creesh on is that last year he went through quite a rough patch in his life and he has very generously offered to tell us his story of what happened and when he knew he wasn't OK. We discuss: 1. When he noticed that he wasn't feeling OK.2. How he got help an…
 
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