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Best Pedestrian podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Pedestrian podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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It’s about people, places, arts, food, culture, putting positive energy in the world, how all of us have something to say or maybe we don’t, drugs, exercise (or exorcise, if you spell it wrong!), laziness, motivation, breathing! The connection we all share on the planet and quite possibly getting away from the pedestrian level of consciousness. Music by Jon Griffin.
 
“Brando was hands down my favorite interviewer.” - Roberta Freeman, vocalist Use Your Illusion “I always enjoy connecting to those who avoid the obvious pedestrian cliche rockisms and who will converse with intelligence...kudos. That makes for a worthwhile broadcast.“ - Alan Niven, former GNR manager ------- Appetite for Distortion is a Guns N' Roses-themed podcast hosted by a radio veteran. Any topic is up for discussion as long as it falls under the 6-Degrees of GNR (Kevin) Bacon... Past g ...
 
Welcome to the Active Travel Podcast! We are founded by the Active Travel Academy, which was set up in September 2019, at the University of Westminster, to bring together expertise to lead research, teaching and knowledge exchange, with a focus on walking and cycling, and other ‘micromobilities’ from e-scooters to electric hand cycles; and reduction in car use. Our expertise comes from across the University and beyond, from disciplines including transport and urban studies, architecture, soc ...
 
The Reinventing Transport show is for anyone, in any country, pushing for local changes to urban mobility, especially if you want your city to be more socially just, sustainable, safe, productive, full of great places and much better at helping us all to flourish. Intro and outro music: "So Far So Close" by Jahzzar via http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar/Tumbling_Dishes_Like_Old-Mans_Wishes/So_Far_So_Close
 
Meet Magnus, who isn't hiding. He's just gone somewhere where nobody happens to know where he is. Paul, who has pledged to keep his brother sober for Christmas but would quite like a drink himself. Raj, who's carefully planned suicides keep getting scuppered by weekend rail works. And there's Emma, who believes in good customer service from home renovators and sperm donors alike. These are the Pedestrians who we stop, cross and give way to every day.
 
Balls Up is a podcast made by footy fans, for footy fans. If it's in-depth expert analysis you're looking for, you won't get it here. Hosted by Pedestrian.TV's Head of Editorial / GWS Giants fan Josie Rozenberg-Clarke and Music & Culture Editor / Essendon diehard Courtney Fry, Balls Up is their take on the round that was, the round that's coming up and thoughts on the big news coming out of the AFL each week. The hosts will be joined in each episode by a footy-related guest for a bit of bant ...
 
DLC is your weekly audio tour of the latest in video games and tabletop entertainment. Hosts Jeff Cannata and Christian Spicer are joined every week by the best damn gaming experts on the planet as well as YOUR phone calls! Disagree, Like, or Comment by Direct Live Call-in or in the Designated Lobby Chat! It is the gaming show Decided by Listener Contribution. DLC, the Digital Lifestyle Companion for gamers who Don't Like Cynicism. Hosted by Christian Spicer & Jeff Cannata.
 
Don, Burt, Danny, and Mary are now in a strange new place with strange new people. Will Mary be able to get Jessica back? Will Burt and Don find out where they are? Will Danny finally get a clue? Find out in the action and comedy packed second season of PEDS, a GTA Machinima!
 
It began when a pedestrian got hit by a cab in New York City. No doubt it was the only motor mishap in the history of creation that reached out among the stars—for far out in space a signal was registered: Something has gone wrong....And something had gone wrong, for the doctors discovered their accident patient had two hearts. It was the beginning of the discovery that the Earth had been invaded by 10 such creatures from Outer Space.Every effort was made to learn their purpose. An orbital f ...
 
Attorney Hastings reveals his secrets to simplify personal injury law in Connecticut. Richard devotes his practice to helping those who have suffered injuries. The cases he work on consist of a variety of injuries. These include motor vehicle accidents, dog bites, hit and runs, and pedestrian accidents.
 
The Data Skeptic Podcast features interviews and discussion of topics related to data science, statistics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and the like, all from the perspective of applying critical thinking and the scientific method to evaluate the veracity of claims and efficacy of approaches.
 
3 Books is a completely insane and totally epic 15-year-long quest to uncover the 1000 most formative books in the world. Each chapter is hosted live and in-person at the guest's preferred location by Neil Pasricha, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Awesome, The Happiness Equation, Two-Minute Mornings, etc. Each chapter of 3 Books uncovers and discusses the three most formative books from one of the world's most inspiring people. Sample guests include: Judy Blume, David Sedari ...
 
The show aims to share the passions and interest of living in the City of Peachtree Corners, through lively interviews with elected officials, local authors and community personalities who lives and stories we’d like to share you. Included in that will be community issues and interests – like politics, city development plans, dining, entertainment, local sports and recreation and local achievements.
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 11 recordings of Departerd Days by Oliver Wendell Holmes. This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 8, 2011.Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. was an American physician, professor, lecturer, and author. Regarded by his peers as one of the best writers of the 19th century, he is considered a member of the Fireside Poets. His most famous prose works are the "Breakfast-Table" series, which began with The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table (1858). He is recognized as an impor ...
 
Behind-the-Scene @ NTSB will share the stories of our staff and highlight the exceptional work that is being done to advance transportation. Each episode will feature an interview with NTSB staff. We’ll delve into their transportation career history, discuss interesting investigations or reports that they have worked on, and share how their expertise improves safety. New episodes will be available every other Thursday.
 
Gramm Barrier Systems Ltd. are the UK’s leading, Link-Up Railway & Highways Agency Sector Scheme Approved, specialist contractors in the supply & erection of all types of Barriers including Noise, Wind, Flood & Vehicular Safety Barriers, & include Bridge Parapets, Pedestrian Guardrail, Security Fencing, incl. Steel palisade, Weldmesh, Chainlink fencing, General Fencing and Gates.
 
On Parsing Science researchers share the unpublished stories behind their recent research and share the background that led to their scientific discoveries. In the show we explore what doesn’t makes it into scientific journals — taking listeners behind the scenes of world’s most compelling science.
 
Noted for being the most extensive piece of early Latin prose, it abounds in archaic imperatives and shows an almost total lack of subordinate clauses. Its subject matter is the pedestrian business of managing a Roman farm in the second century BC. The simplicity, however, may be only partially genuine. For Cato had a strong political and social agenda, based on the rejection of foreign, i.e., Greek, influences and the fostering of traditional Roman values, for which the persona of the plain ...
 
Ryan Schleicher, Evan Rytlewski, and Matt Wild take to the WMSE airwaves (nearly) every Wednesday at noon to discuss all things Milwaukee. Milwaukee music, Milwaukee art, Milwaukee events, and D.I.Y. lawn care tips are frequently discussed—and rarely agreed upon.
 
SGV Connect is Streetsblog Los Angeles' podcast that explores the people, places, projects and events that make up the changing face of transportation in the San Gabriel Valley. SGV Connect is hosted by Damien Newton and Kris Fortin. This feed also hosts SGV Connect's predecessor podcast, #DamienTalks.
 
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The guys return with another fun guest from the PNW, this week 710 ESPN Seattle's Danny O'Neil joins Stu & Adam to discuss the current state of everything and how the Seahawks may deal with it, covering the team during the Super Bowl win and much much more.We have a spin in the bin and Adam invites Danny to join a select group.Enjoy!…
 
3 Books is a completely insane and totally epic 15-year-long quest to uncover the 1000 most formative books in the world. Each chapter is hosted live and in-person at the guest's preferred location by Neil Pasricha, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Awesome, The Happiness Equation, Two-Minute Mornings, etc. Each chapter of 3 Books un…
 
Having spoken this morning to Auckland's Heart Of the City CEO about restaurant month kicking off, I'm hopeful it does indeed draw people into Auckland, because we're hearing reports Auckland's CBD resembles a ghost town these days. During level 4 lockdown, foot traffic in Queen St was down 90 per cent on usual, but despite other places being up an…
 
Congress grills Big Tech, much ado about nothing; Social Media misinformation mayhem & demon seed; Facebook trying to poach TikTok stars; Spotify back to pre-pandemic levels, still losing money; Universal makes deal with AMC for shortened theatrical release windows; Genderify is a joke; Rite Aid facial recognition; Google advanced search operators;…
 
There's a report out from CityHealth that looks at streets policies in cities -- what's on the books, how are policies and laws enforced, and how are cities keeping everyone who uses the streets safe. CityHealth President Dr. Shelley Hearne joins KYW In Depth to talk about how Philadelphia scored and to take a look at how the coronavirus pandemic i…
 
Food insecurity is a big problem in the US during normal times. Several months into the coronavirus pandemic, it's reached a level that is pretty hard to fathom. Tens of millions of people have lost their jobs, the future is unsure, and all of this has made the work of hunger relief organizations like Philabundance even more critical than usual. We…
 
The Queen has publicly wished Meghan Markle a happy birthday by sharing a touching picture taken during their first joint engagement. The Duchess of Sussex is celebrating her 39th birthday in Los Angeles. The official Royal Family Instagram account posted a message alongside a photograph of the Queen, 94, and Meghan Markle taken in 2018 at their fi…
 
A wake up call. That's how the Auditor-General's report into the management of the Provincial Growth Fund is being described. It recommends MBIE evaluates its effectiveness - to make sure what's planned and what's achieved, match up. Maxim Institute senior researcher Julian Wood told Kate Hawkesby regional policy is not bad policy, but it needs to …
 
Polls pointing to a Labour landslide is the only reason I can think of that the government has given up any kind of campaigning. Campaigning on any issues I mean. Why bother? They seem to have accepted that the one true redeeming feature for them these days amidst a swirling whirlpool of debt and unemployment, is to just keep saying the word, “Covi…
 
Flu season is going to sneak up on us before we know it, and we're still dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. Will addressing both the flu and COVID-19 at the same time pose a challenge for healthcare workers? What should people be concerned about, and which concerns are overblown? Dr. Evelyn Balogun, Medical Director for Inspira Urgent Care and …
 
How do our brains respond when people behave in unpredictable ways? In episode 80, Jordan Theriault from Northeastern University discusses his research into a set of brain regions which, when activated by a variety of social tasks, can provide insights into how we judge the moral objectivity or subjectivity of others' unexpected claims.…
 
Gymnastics in New Zealand is a sport under pressure. More past and present gymnasts have now come forward, after allegations of abuse at one of the country's most prestigious gymnastics programmes. The claims follow a similar arc - young girls who loved the sport, but then had their dreams and their enjoyment crushed by coaches pressuring them, yel…
 
This week on THE NEIGHBORHOOD LISTEN, a woman sends an SOS about a chicken in the road, Joan and Doug play The Newlywed Game and the tale of Linda's wallet. Plus, "Dinner Has A Price" host Bat Mabb (Craig Cackowski) joins Joan and Burnt to talk more about his Vincent Price dinner party!By The Neighborhood Listen
 
Concerns around the Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill, which has its second reading in the House today. The legislation will end 90 day no-cause evictions, meaning landlords must offer more robust reasons for getting rid of tenants. Auckland Property Investors Association president Andrew Bruce told Kate Hawkesby it will be hard to find anything…
 
The Government's being urged to take the handbrake off at the border. Auckland Airport's announced its international terminal is being split into two zones in anticipation of a Cook Islands bubble. Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown airports are all ready to go, pending government approval. Aviation commentator Irene King told Kate Hawkesby sh…
 
Most states are going backwards in their plans to open up their economies as Victoria's severe coronavirus outbreak spooks authorities. On Monday, both South Australia and Tasmania announced changes as Victoria's case numbers continue to remain high. It comes after NSW, Western Australia, Queensland and Victoria wound back the relaxing of their res…
 
COMMENT: I was pleased to see some sense finally reported on the comparison between harm caused by alcohol versus that by cannabis. A Professor of Psychiatric Epidemiology and Youth Mental Health, from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dr Mary Cannon pointed out the argument - that alcohol is legal and more harmful to people than cannabis, …
 
The US - China relationship is critical for many different reasons, and it's a relationship that's been tested significantly recently between consulate closings and the continuation of a trade war during the coronavirus pandemic. We wanted to take a deeper look at the relationship between the two countries, so we asked Dr. Miguel Glatzer, Associate…
 
Episode 38 On recent podcasts I have talked to a woman on the spectrum who is open and willing to talk about autism and help others learn about it, a therapist that works with veterans to help them with PTSD, a guy who bicycled across the US twice, a coach who has traveled all fifty states and more than 50 counties, and more all booked through this…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has brought college athletics to a standstill, and in the process it's created some odd situations, like what Meredith Schamun is dealing with right now at the University of Pennsylvania. Schamun was hired as the new head women's volleyball coach for the Quakers right as the pandemic was taking hold in the US. Since getting…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome God-tier streamer Trikslyr back to the show this week to discuss 343 reacting to the Halo Infinite reveal backlash as well as that game going free to play for multiplayer, Netflix announcing more video game IP shows and movies, and new data that suggests not having E3 hasn't been bad for the industry. The Playlist: Dark S…
 
It's a ride in a time machine, the set menu on offer at chef Kyle Street's Auckland restaurant Culprit next month. Auckland Restaurant Month is back from August 1 for its 10th year in the city centre, and more than 175 eateries and restaurants - 40 per cent offering $15 options - are finding ways to fill tills and lift spirits after Covid-19 wallop…
 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson put some of the country's next steps out of lockdown on hold Friday with just a few hours' notice, saying the number of new coronavirus cases was on the rise for the first time since May. The government's top medical adviser warned that it was impossible to fully reopen society without the virus running out of c…
 
People have spent a lot more time at home during the coronavirus pandemic. That's a good thing when we're talking about controlling the spread of the virus -- but we didn't just stop going to the gym, or going out to dinner. A lot of people were too nervous to go to the doctor's office as well. Studies are showing that the number of screenings for …
 
The US GDP plunged by 32.9% in the 2nd quarter. That's a massive number, and a good indication of the damage coronavirus has done to the economy. David Fiorenza, Associate Professor of Practice at the Villanova School of Business joins KYW In Depth to talk about what the GDP plunge means, why unemployment is ticking up again, and how coronavirus co…
 
The history of Philadelphia is filled with causes and effects that have slowly and surely built the city into the Philadelphia we know and love today. And as we live through the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, it's maybe even more interesting that so much of the innovation in Philadelphia's history was brought about by public health crises, both dire…
 
The Government has confirmed it is investing $500 million into the upgrade and renewal of state homes across the country. The multi-million dollar expansion of the Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities Retrofit Programme will see around 1500 older state homes in 30 towns and cities upgraded and renewed over the next two and a half years. Associate Hou…
 
The AA is backing a bill which would let Police conduct random roadside drug tests. The new law would allow oral fluid tests for the most prevalent drugs used by drivers - including cannabis, P, cocaine and MDMA. Those caught would be fined, suspended from driving for 12 hours, gain demerit points - and could face harsher penalties. Road safety spo…
 
COMMENT: It was good to see a comparison last night in terms of political polls. There was a good serve from 1 News in their intro when they said "from rogue to reality" - basically confirming the Newshub-Reid Research poll was indeed rogue. According to the 1 News Colmar Brunton poll, Labour is not on 60, it's at 53. National is not on 25, in fact…
 
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