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Best Khaos podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Khaos podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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An emotionally honest comedy podcast that uses audience-submitted questions to launch into deep, meaningful, silly conversations. @DownWithTalking If you're interested in sponsoring the show, or want to be in touch about guest appearances, you can reach us at upfordpodcast@gmail.com Up For Discussion Podcast PO Box 22585 Monkland PO Montreal, QC H4A 3T4 CANADA
 
Galaxy Express 555 is an experimental podcast created by producer Chris Farstad to release extended improvisational music while foregrounding field recordings made by sound artists from around the world. "Listen to everything all the time and remind yourself when you are not listening." -Pauline Oliveros
 
Radio Free Borderlands is a show about D&D spanning the entire run of the game. You will get the past, present, and future of the game, along with product reviews, retro reviews, gaming advice, talk on the culture of gamers, and whatever can be shoehorned into the overall narrative of D&D. No matter what edition you play, you will find topics on it.
 
Sarah Uncensored is a podcast of many topics... including media, politics (voluntaryism + anarchy), health & wellness, music, gardening, cannabis, community, evolving consciousness and whatever else sparks our interest! Episodes bring you current events and hot topics along with interviews from creative entrepreneurs, journalists and conscious minded folks. We hope to educate, inspire and connect with our listeners, and hopefully make you laugh along the way! Want to be on the show? Contact ...
 
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We've got a Double Guest episode this week! First up, Tom calls Lindz Amer from Queer Kid Stuff on YouTube and the Activist, You podcast, for a great chat about the importance of good educational content, especially during this pandemic! Also, some Animal Crossing talk, because, duh! Then, Tom calls up longtime friend of the show George Popi to hea…
 
Khao Sok National Park is one of the world's oldest tropical (rain)forests with amazing biodiversity of native flora and fauna. Hop on long tail boats, and explore the pristine waters of Cheow Larn Lake where lush karst scenery welcomes you. Camp on your own and soak in the lush surrounds of the park, which also offers night walks to spot nocturnal…
 
"Never ask someone to go somewhere that you're not willing to go with them."Lydia Toorenburgh is a Cree-Metis Masters student in Anthropology at the University of Victoria, with a focus on Indigenous Audiovisual Research Methods. Tom and Jeremiah called her up to learn about her studies, the aesthetic and ethical significance of this type of storyt…
 
Stewart Went is a co-owner of Simba Sea Trips in Phuket. Apart from offering boat tours, he's craft beer and boutique wine enthusiast. You might also bump into him on cycling trails in Southern Thailand. Listen to his journey from a banking career, and starting an online craft beer and wine business in Melbourne, to moving to Thailand and now opera…
 
This week, Tom and David have a nice one-on-one, checking in about their emotional and physical health, what makes a baby a Bad Baby, banter, vamping, and the most controversial Patreon question we've ever gotten: F*ck, Marry, Kill: PowerPoint, Word, Excel. This, of course, leads to a great analysis of the game FMK and also some troubling confessio…
 
Dang Khemachart is the owner of Thaweesuk Boutique Homestay at PhangNga town in Southern Thailand. Listen to his journey from working at star hotels in Bangkok to now offering hospitality and travel experiences in the Phang Nga region. Thaweesuk Boutique Homestay is a charming accommodation that occupies a renovated heritage property in PhangNga. S…
 
ADDENDUM: At the time of recording, we were reflecting on the CAQ's decision to reopen schools and daycares in mid-May, and I added some perspective that, while it's definitely a scary idea, there's a case to be made that it might be necessary/a helpful service for some parents/students. Since this recording, there have been further developments, m…
 
Bodhi Garrett is the Founder of multiple projects including North Andaman Tsunami Relief and Andaman Discoveries among others, and an eco-entrepreneur of several community-based tourism initiatives in the Khao Sok National Park region. Listen to his journey from growing up amid myriad cultures across the world, to helping with relief work during th…
 
This week, we debut our new theme music, Crack Apart by the Honey Thorns, and have a great chat with their drummer, longtime friend of the show Sam Haughton! This episode is all about finding community through hobbies & pastimes, the things all subcultures have in common, and how Dungeons & Dragons, live music, and parkour can all help foster stron…
 
Taunggyi is the 'cool' capital of Shan state in eastern Myanmar. Perched on a lush mountain ridge, it's home to Intha, Pa-O, and Shan ethnic tribes. Interact with its beautiful people, and natural scenery; the large city also has colorful markets and an assortment of Shan dishes to enjoy. The showstopper attraction here is the fire balloon festival…
 
Swe Yi Myat is the owner of Loikaw Lodge, and the founder of Ancient Geographic Travel & Tours, Myanmar. Listen to her journey from growing up in Yangon to co-creating a lakeside lodge and now putting together customised travel experiences across Myanmar. Loikaw Lodge is a family-run boutique hotel that sits on the edge of a tranquil lake in the he…
 
It's our 4/20 episode. And it's episode 269. Nice nice nice nice nice. This week, we explore the idea that people in big cities don't make time for each other. What makes someone a good neighbour? How do we define the geographical and interpersonal boundaries of a community? Does any of this even matter while we're all locked in our houses avoiding…
 
For the final instalment of our Munch Madness food series, we talk at length about our two finalists, garlic and pasta! We each share our favorite ways to eat each of our finalists, cast our votes for the winner, and catch up with Adrianne for the first time since her move back to Chicago!4:00 - Jeremiah talks about their dad's crazy lasagna!16:00 …
 
Emilie Röell is a social entrepreneur and the founder of Doh Eain. When not helping locals renovate their historical homes and shops, you might find her hiking and motorbiking in scenic destinations across the world. Know more about her on LinkedIn Listen to her journey from growing up in The Netherlands and studying cultural anthropology and philo…
 
André Schnegaaß is a motorbiking adventurer, and the founder of Life Seeing Tours. Between getting deeper into the culture of Southern Myanmar, you might meet him on motorbike adventures somewhere in the world. Listen to his journey from growing up in Germany and networking as an events manager, to pioneering diverse tours in Southern Myanmar. Life…
 
For the seventh instalment of our Munch Madness food series, Tom calls up Quincy Narine, a Montreal-based chef & YouTuber, to talk about Cooking In Quarantine, finding fun ways to use up pantry staples, and the importance of finding ways to cook with limited space and equipment.Also, Tom and David catch up about how the quarantine is effecting thei…
 
Myeik (pronounced Beik) is a quaint fishing town in Southern Myanmar. As a gateway to the Mergui Archipelago, Myeik offers a host of experiences both on land as well as out in the pristine waters of the Andaman Sea. In this episode, listen to the ambient sounds of long tail boats on their excursions around Seik Nge Jetty in Myeik. Things to do when…
 
Nathalie Johnston is the founder and curator of Myanm/art. She's also the member of a Yangon based art collective called Pyinsa Rasa. She has created other art projects such as 7000 Padauk, and Myanmar Art Resource Center & Archive (MARCA). Listen to her journey from growing up around Asian influences and studying art, to now offering a platform fo…
 
For the sixth instalment of our Munch Madness food series, Tom calls up Rachel James (@rairaiku on Instagram), a Montreal-based chef who's been working with the Joe Beef group at their wine bar, Vin Papillon, for a great chat about her journey as a chef, her love of fermentation, and the importance of a holistic approach in the kitchen. We also tal…
 
Marc Shortt is a chef and the founder of Sa Ba Street Food Tours. Apart from wandering about Yangon's streets and discovering lesser known dishes from the remote corners of the country, you might bump into him at food markets and adventure destinations somewhere in the world. Listen to his journey growing up in rural England being part of many fami…
 
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