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Best Geography podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Geography podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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80 Days is a podcast dedicated to exploring little-known countries, territories settlements and cities around the world. We're part history podcast, part geography podcast and part ramble. Each episode, we'll land in a new locale and spend some time discussing the history, geography, culture, sport, religion, industry, pastimes and music of our new location. More details on www.80dayspodcast.com, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @80dayspodcast | Support us on www.patreon.com/80dayspodcast
 
A show that brings you informal discussions about the cool things in the world of Earth observation. Shownotes for all episodes can be found via https://geoger.co.uk/podcast/, http://www.acgeospatial.co.uk/podcasts/ or scenefromabove.org. Alastair and Andrew are independent Earth data scientists who love to talk about new applications and technology. We also offer a variety of spatially enabled services as part of our day jobs! We can be found on Twitter or via our company websites: www.geog ...
 
With a passion for GIS, location intelligence, maps, cartography, indeed anything with a whiff of spatial, Chris and Mark decided to seek fame and fortune by starting the world’s best geospatial podcast.* A podcast that may include anything and everything about the geospatial world. From news articles about the GIS industry that take our fancy, interviews with GIS practitioners, random acts of geospatial madness and of course the legendary game Export to Shapefile. So if you like maps and lo ...
 
If you like existing, then you’ll love Alphabetizing Your Life. Join hosts Scott Bednar and Joshua Hillman, two friends with infinite knowledge and minimal wisdom, as they explore, discuss and discover little-known facts about topics starting with each episode’s letter-of-the-day – while downing a bottle of wine… each. This semi-thought-provoking, semi-informative, wholly-inappropriate series will have you learning all things you never knew you needed to know — from A to Z.
 
Geography and Plays is a 1922 collection of Gertrude Stein's "word portraits," or stream-of-consciousness writings. These stream-of-consciousness experiments, rhythmical essays or "portraits", were designed to evoke "the excitingness of pure being" and can be seen as literature's answer to Cubism, plasticity, and collage. Although the book has been described as "a marvellous and painstaking achievement in setting down approximately 80,000 words which mean nothing at all," it is considered to ...
 
Play along with the guests (all pub trivia staff or hosts) to figure out the answer to the questions. Each episode is a quick 20-30 minutes and features multiple interesting facts from random categories that vary each week, so you'll never know what you're going to learn about! We may write the questions... but We Don't Know Either.
 
A history podcast that aims to cover the birth of the European state system by examining the Early Modern Period of European history. Along the way, the podcast will delve into the geography, economy, politics, ideas, and culture of the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period to give the listener a view into the lives of the people who lived the events.
 
Jo Firestone and Manolo Moreno play original game shows sent in by listeners with their comedian friends and listener call-ins. Listen as Jo and Manolo struggle through these outrageous games submitted by people all over the world, from New Jersey to Pakistan.
 
The World As We Know It is a history and geography podcast where two hosts take you on an audio tour of each of world's 197 sovereign states. Each episode focuses on a single country: their history, culture, politics, and more. We end each discussion with how much we've learned and how our familiarity with the country has changed. Current events and weekly topics round out each week.
 
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Jeremy Black, the prolific professor of history at Exeter University, has published a stunningly attractive volume entitled, Mapping Shakespeare: An Exploration of Shakespeare’s World through Maps (Bloomsbury, 2018). This lavishly illustrated volume compiles maps of the world, of Europe, of England, of English counties, and of English villages, to …
 
News: 15th anniversary for Google Map API UK wants to unlock the power of location China launches last BeiDou satellite Five years for Sentinel 2-A Depth API now available for Google's ARCore Apple’s Nearby Interactions Oculus Go discontinued Say goodbye to the Segway PT too Topic: URISA issues statement concerning Code of Ethics in Florida GIS cas…
 
S03E22 There are universes to be found inside of all sound. Links: Listening as Activism: The “Sonic Meditations” of Pauline Oliveros: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/listening-as-activism-the-sonic-meditations-of-pauline-oliveros --- Permanently moved is a personal podcast 301 seconds in length, written and recorded in one hour by @…
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about LGBTQIA+ and the importance of the plus because I’m part of the plus. I’m pansexual, so, L is for lesbian, G is for gay, B is bisexual, T is for trans, Q is for queer, I is for intersex, A is for asexual, and you can be one or multiple of those things, and plus is for other things such as pansexual and, for me…
 
What is special about spatiotemporal? What makes spatiotemporal in GIS hard? Which tools can we use? This week I welcome Anita Graser back to the show to talk about spatiotemporal data and what it means for geospatial practitioners. Anita has been on the show before, go back to episode 60 where we discuss geospatially python https://mapscaping.com/…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the sports media industry in awful ways. There have been numerous layoffs, furloughs throughout the television, radio, and print media industries. In a stunning turn of events, Penske Media launched a new sports business website, Sportico.In this episode, Sportico CEO Dick Glover explains how the timeline allowed …
 
This is the second of our two-part interview with Sayaka Kozawa, a Finnair flight attendant from Japan. Join us as we continue to chronicle the lives and jobs of flight attendants to understand how integral they are to making sure you have a pleasant flight. If you haven't listened to the first part of my interview with Sayaka about Japan, make sur…
 
Over the last couple of decades, a number of books written both by the academics and journalists have appeared on many dysfunctions of the Pakistani state, a few of them even predicting why and how and when it is going to collapse. Against this grain, Ayesha Siddiqi’s new book, In the Wake of Disaster Islamists, the State and a Social Contract in P…
 
An absolute stack of news and a discussion about the Awesome EO Code project. In the news we mention RSPSoc 2020, STAC and the Geospatial Commission. Amongst other things.Shownotes for this episode can be found via http://scenefromabove.org, https://geoger.co.uk/podcast/ or at http://www.acgeospatial.co.uk/podcasts/.If you have questions, comments …
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about what it means to be tolerant and moderate, and what it means to be tolerant and moderate as an expatriate living in a host country. And what it means to be tolerant and moderate in the United States. Because I find that being tolerant and moderate in the United States – something I never was; I’ve always been …
 
This is another episode focused on the amazing sport called Formula E. 'And We Go Green' is a feature-length sports documentary directed by Fisher Stevens and Malcolm Venville, and produced by environmentalist and Oscar-winning actor, Leonardo DiCaprio. Stevens and Venville join the podcast. They discuss the idea behind the documentary, and how the…
 
Welcome to the Land of the Rising Sun! We're headed to one of the largest countries in East Asia, which has one of the most interesting and richest cultures in the world. Our guest Sayaka is a flight attendant from Japan, and she talks all about her home country! This episode is the first part of my two-part interview, wherein the second part is ab…
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about what it means to be an immigrant and moving (coughs) sorry. And moving to Japan. And I also want to say I’m in the middle of going through dental… reconstructive surgery on my mouth, and I’m in a lupus flare. So, if my voice sounds a little bit weird – because it sounds weird to me – it’s because my sinuses ar…
 
Jupyter Notebooks are incredibly powerful tools for interactively developing and presenting GIS data projects. This episode with Julia Wagemann walks you thought the Jupyter project and what Jupyter notebooks are and the advantages of using them. Join the email list and I will send you the show notes from this episodes https://mapscaping.com/podcas…
 
This is part 2 of a long conversation with the great radio engineer for the New York Mets, New York Giants, New York Knicks, New York Rangers, St. John's Basketball, Westwood One, and more. Chris Majkowski is waiting like many in 2020 for sports to return.This conversation ranged from the lack of personalities in baseball and what has changed int t…
 
In this episode Jana Byars speaks with Elizabeth Horodowich, Professor of History at New Mexico State University, about her new book, The Venetian Discovery of America: Geographic Imagination and Print Culture in the Age of Encounters. We explore her primary argument, that Venetians used their knowledge, and their ability to employ that knowledge, …
 
Spatial Conversations Shownotes – Episode 25 15 June 2020 Sue & Jesse speak with Brendan Collins and Pablo Fuentes of MakePath about their open source xarray-spatial raster analysis tools, their use of open source for geospatial, and an example application where they modeled pharmacy deserts. Click to directly download MP3 http://traffic.libsyn.com…
 
בפרק 'הדרך לעזה' משוחחים פרופ' יוברט לו יון ופרופ' טלי חתוקה, מתכננים עירוניים ואדריכלים על החידה שהיא עזה. האם אנחנו יכולים לדמין את עזה? לשרטט את עזה? כיצד הפכה לנעלם בתודעה הישראלית ובתכנון הישראלי? הרשימות להלן הן שיחה בהמשכים, שמבקשת לעודד המשגה חדשה ביחס לעזה, כאמצעי ראשוני לחשיבה אחרת, ותודעה חדשה על השכנים שלנו מעבר לגדר, קרובים, רחוקים.…
 
S03E23 Pleading, demanding, hopefulness and rejection. These are the emotional responses that the mechanics of twitter arises in me. Links: Tales Of The Next Internet: https://thejaymo.net/2019/12/09/talk-tales-of-the-next-internet-sonard/ Episode 2004 - Make No Distinction: https://permanentlymoved.libsyn.com/301-2004-make-no-distinction --- Perma…
 
(Content note: Violence, murder, sexual assault) K: Lately, I’ve been thinking about letting people in and dropping down my wall, and being really vulnerable. I want to say the process started about a year ago. When did I come out as hard of hearing? C: I think it’s been about a year. K: Okay. Part of this is something that’s really hard for me. Th…
 
Aerial collection of data from smart meters. In this episode, we discuss why this is better than mesh networks, and other ground collection options and also look at the limitations of drones in terms of data collection platforms. Join the email list for the opportunity to get on a one-to-one call with this week's guest! https://mapscaping.com/podca…
 
Chris Majkowski is the longtime onsite radio engineer for the New York Mets, New York Giants, New York Knicks, New York Rangers, St. John's Basketball, and countless other sporting events. In normal times, "Maj" could work an average of 300 nights a year.Maj hasn't missed a Mets game since 1993, a streak of over 4,000 games. With that much experien…
 
Alex and Geoff are two Americans who live in Germany and have their own podcast, Americans in Germany Drinking Whiskey. Their podcast is all about expat life, which is why I thought it'd be a great idea to have them on the podcast. Tune in to listen to their experiences! NOTE: At the time of recording, it was 10 am local time for me, so I, unfortun…
 
News: China introduces Terry-Cotta SpaceX Dragon successfully launches manned mission and docks with ISS China launches multiple satellites, including Gaofen-9 remote sensing satellite Largest and oldest Mayan monument discovered Topic: Kevin Ring of Cesium talks about the development of CesiumJS and the recent release of Cesium OSM Buildings Cool …
 
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