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Best Pedestrian Podcast Network podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Pedestrian Podcast Network podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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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 ...
 
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.
 
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This week I didn't want to say much because at this time people don't need to listen to me talk right now. But I did want to share some of the voices and speeches given by black mayors. CityLab put together a piece with quotes and I took the audio so you could hear their voices. We also shared a few articles Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Op-Ed - Los Angeles …
 
In this, the second online lecture we are making widely available, Ben Green introduces and delivers a short lecture on Primitive Roots, part of the Number Theory Lecture course for Second Year Undergraduates. We are making these lectures available (there are many more on this YouTube Channel via the Playlist) to give an insight in to the student e…
 
Oxford has gone online for lockdown. So how do our student lectures look? Let Marc Lackenby show you as he looks at paths between vertices in a graph with a view to finding the shortest route between any two vertices. Works for your Satnav for example. We are making these lectures available (there are many more on this YouTube Channel via the Playl…
 
This week we’re joined by Germaine Halegoua, an Associate Professor of film and media studies at the University of Kansas to talk about her book The Digital City: Media and the Social Production of Place. She talks about how people use digital media to relate to cities whether that’s images on Instagram or through Google Maps. We also talk about ho…
 
This week we're joined by Chrissy Mancini Nichols to talk about some of the solutions cities are discussing to help businesses out during the Coronavirus. Odds and Ends AirBnB slump could return housing to cities - Guardian Nashville to raise property taxes - Bloomberg Santa Monica a harbinger of things to come? - LA Times Theme of the Week - Coron…
 
This week on Talking Headways we’re joined by CAHSR Northern California Regional Director Boris Lipkin. He talks with us about the California High Speed Rail project and the recently released draft environmental work. Boris also gives us his thoughts on megaregions, megaproject management lessons, and the agency’s ability to use future funds availa…
 
This week on the podcast Tracy McMillan of Nelson Nygaard and Chrissy Mancini Nichols of Walker Consultants join the show to talk about density and the coronavirus. Though we end up talking more about institutions because density, while a big current topic, isn't in our minds why the virus is spreading. Odds and Ends 100,000 retail stores could be …
 
This week on Mondays Chrissy Mancini Nichols joins the show to talk in more detail about the pandemic and slow streets. We take a bit of a deeper dive on the subject and think about how physical distancing might be a good metric for thinking about streets and for people and commerce. Main Theme - Streets for People Oakland slow streets - Curbed SF …
 
This week we’re joined by Warren Logan, Policy Director of Mobility and Inter Agency Relations for the City of Oakland. Warren talks with us about Oakland’s Coronavirus response including how they came up with initiatives to respond to the crisis and some of the specific implementations such as the Slow Streets Initiative. We dive deep into public …
 
This week on the podcast we chat with University of Iowa Law Professor Greg Shill. We were invited to talk at Manny’s in the Mission in San Francisco by the Urban Environmentalists group, an affiliate club of YIMBY Action. Greg chats with us mostly about his recent research and writing on the normalization of motordom and how we can’t really opt ou…
 
Models. They are dominating our Lockdown lives. But what is a mathematical model? We hear a lot about the end result, but how is it put together? What are the assumptions? And how accurate can they be? In our first online only lecture Robin Thompson, Research Fellow in Mathematical Epidemiology in Oxford, will explain. Robin is working on the ongoi…
 
This week we chat about racial disparities in Coronavirus deaths, the coming housing crunch, and have some fun naming the Western States Pact. News Viral modeling of traffic - Inverse COVID-19 racial disparities - AP Newswire Coronavirus housing - Curbed Odds and Ends Don't flush the wipes - Smart Cities Dive Puppies and Butterflies Teddybear in th…
 
Oxford Mathematician Peter Howell starts the second part of the 2nd year Differential Equations course which focuses on boundary problems. This lecture follows on from the lecture series last term - the first lecture of that series can be seen here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mGAh2GlD6I&t=708sWe are making these lectures available to give an …
 
This week we’re joined by Gail Nehls and Leslie Patterson of Envida, a nonprofit transportation and home care organization. We chat about how transportation can help those with behavioral health concerns such as opioid addictions and schizophrenia, how innovation can change people's health outcomes, and the systems people need in rural areas to thr…
 
Tracy joins the show again to chat about pandemic economics, e-bikes in New York, and infrastructure spending. News Infrastructure bill - The Hill E-bikes now legal in NY - Fast Company Pandemic working paper - MIT News Odds and Ends Fuel economy rollback - LA Times Ann Arbor's carbon neutral plans - M Live Who is sheltering in place - New York Tim…
 
This week on the podcast we're joined by Chris Nelder of the Rocky Mountain Institute and the Energy Transition Show podcast. Chris chats with us about what cities and utilities need to think about as they electrify transportation and how rules and regulations might make it harder than it needs to be. We also chat about how municipal utilities like…
 
So much noise, so many opinions. Perhaps time for Occam's Razor to start its scientific shaving? In this latest Oxford Mathematics Public Lecture Alan Champneys argues that Mathematics is at its best when it challenges assumptions. For example the wobbling of the Millennium Bridge in London in 2000.Caused by crowds synchronising? Alan begs to diffe…
 
This week on the show Tracy McMillan joins to talk about the recovery bill, HEB logistics, and why pigeons win the urban bird game. News Transport Stimulus - Eno Center HEB logistics - Texas Monthly Internet speeds - Tech Crunch Odds and Ends Pigeons take over - Inverse Italy on lockdown - The Conversation HSR patient transfer - NPR Story of the We…
 
Announcing Journal Club I am pleased to announce Data Skeptic is launching a new spin-off show called "Journal Club" with similar themes but a very different format to the Data Skeptic everyone is used to. In Journal Club, we will have a regular panel and occasional guest panelists to discuss interesting news items and one featured journal article …
 
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