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Best Scepticism podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Scepticism podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
Updated May 2020
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The Best Science (BS) Medicine Podcast is a weekly presentation where practitioners can get evidence-based drug therapy content that is practical, entertaining and promotes healthy scepticism. In essence, we are the Medication Mythbusters. We present information that is useful and relevant to physicians, pharmacists, nurses, physician assistants and other health professionals, and that can easily be incorporated into day-to-day practice. The podcast is presented by Dr. James McCormack, Profe ...
A podcast about philosophy that's made in the Department of Philosophy at Queen's University Belfast. Joe Morrison asks colleagues, students and visiting academics a bunch of questions about the ideas that they're exploring.
Two Australian GPs take an irreverent look at medical research. For sceptical clinicians and their patients.
Spanking the bottom of ignorance since 2009
They're weird and sometimes frightening. They've been spotted in our forests, our oceans and even in our cities. Are they in your neighbourhood? Rarely seen or photographed, some dispute that they even exist at all... They're Megan and Paddy, and they want to talk to you about Cryptids.
A weekly podcast where Mike and Mike offer an Everyman's skeptical perspective on everything that needs it.
Psychologist Author Speaker
Consilience is a weekly podcast from Johannesburg, South Africa, dedicated to advancing reason, scepticism and a scientific world-view in Africa and beyond. Our website: http://consiliencecast.wordpress.com Email us: email@example.com Twitter: @consiliencecast
Discussion regarding secularism, humanism, and atheism.
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The SCEPTIC and The PSYCHIC
Gay? Lesbian? Skeptical? Check out "Reality Check!" "Reality Check" is a radio show hosted by Tony Pitman and broadcast on JOY 94.9 FM in Melbourne, Australia. Each episode, "Reality Check" brings you a round-up of LGBT world news and a movie review, plus a heavy dose of critical thinking and skeptical analysis of pseudoscience and the paranormal. Psychics, ghosts, UFOs, astrology, diets, alternative medicines and much more all come under the critical eye.
Have you ever considered what being conscious actually means? By choosing to live in a particular state are you consenting to be subject to all its laws? For some there’s an assumption that philosophy might not be relevant to modern life but Dr. Nigel Warburton, senior lecturer in Philosophy at The Open University argues that many of us today are faced with philosophical questions such as these as we live our lives in the twenty first century. In this collection we ask academics to discuss t ...
David Edmonds (Uehiro Centre, Oxford University) and Nigel Warburton (freelance philosopher/writer) interview top philosophers on a wide range of topics. Two books based on the series have been published by Oxford University Press. We are currently self-funding - donations very welcome via our website http://www.philosophybites.com
Presented by Rusty O’Nhiall and Sue Schenskie, The show airs on Digital Radio 4 and the SEPIA Radio Network every week and explores our mysterious and often, baffling world. From ghosts and hauntings to conspiracy and mythical beasts, Rusty O’Nhiall and Sue Schenskie take you into a world of wonder, a trip into the shadows and that which is often unseen, sometimes, unmentioned.Join Rusty and Sue as they share with you not only their own research, adventures and experiences but introduces fas ...
It's the Toad Show. The sexiest paranormal comedy show on the planet. From UFOs to fail Trolls, you never know where this show will go next. Toad is your host with co-hosts Dougie Slapp, Sexy Linda, and regulars Charn Parker, Monarca, Chewy & Mary, Joe The Sceptic, abductee Adam, The Drunken Christmas, Easter, Tooth Fairy guy, Gay Whore Johnson, John and Maximus. UFO stories, Psychic readings, Sex fights, shameless pwnage, stupid news, and fail vids. Season 1 is set to kick off, so strap in ...
Published five years before John Kendrick Bangs had the same idea with Alice in Blunderland, Saki, in his 1902 series of satirical articles, takes an Alice in Wonderland view of British politics, which Alice finds even stranger than events in Wonderland.In all honesty, owing to its extremely topical nature this political satire hasn't worn well, which explains why it has virtually sunk without trace. To appreciate it at all, it's really rather necessary to understand the topical references. ...
A British science podcast where two biologists discuss dinosaurs, astrobiology, neanderthals and more...
The Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding is a shortened and simplified version of Hume’s masterpiece A Treatise of Human Nature. It sought to reach a wider audience, and to dispel some of the virulent criticism addressed toward the former book. In it, Hume explains his theory of epistemology, and argues against other current theories, including those of John Locke, George Berkeley, and Nicolas Malebranche.
Fortnightly science podcast! Featuring science and scepticism news and discussions.
Jenny Salt is a Christian academic, lecturer at Sydney Missionary And Bible College, and sweet-heart with a microphone. Join her on a forty minute journey into someone’s amazing and often unexpected spiritual travels. Missionaries and media makers, scientists and sportspeople, new agers and new migrants – Salt is a chance to enter into the lives of people and discover heart-warming, sometimes challenging and always extraordinary gospel stories.
Faust is the protagonist of a classic German legend; a highly successful scholar, but also dissatisfied with his life, and so makes a deal with the devil, exchanging his soul for unlimited knowledge and worldly pleasures.Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Faust is a tragic play in two parts. It is Goethe's most famous work and considered by many to be one of the greatest works of German literature.This first part of Faust is not divided into acts, but is structured as a sequence of scenes in a var ...
The Naked Monk is for those exploring life and the human condition without faith or wishful thinking: http://www.thenakedmonk.com
Fascinating Conversations with People From the World of Financial Markets:-- In this series, we delve into the lives and stories of extraordinary guests whose experiences give us a fresh and powerful lens through which to understand the mental, emotional, psychological and behavioural challenges people face when encountering risk and uncertainty in financial markets.Market veterans Steven Goldstein and Mark Randall speak to people from a range of backgrounds, including experienced and vetera ...
Podcast by Tim Marshall
The African Tech Roundup podcast delivers independent Africa-focused technology, digital and innovation insight and analysis. The show is produced by broadcaster and entrepreneur, Andile Masuku (www.andilemasuku.com), and co-hosted by founder and writer of The Subtext (www.thesubtext.io), Osarumen Osamuyi.
A film discussion podcast with trivia, quizzes and chat about your favourite actors and actresses. Our toy bingo machine chooses the person, we discuss their filmography and try to convince film-sceptic Sophie to watch one of their best movies, to be reviewed the following episode. Join us - Tony, Jordan, Jon and Sophie for a chinwag about cinema.
Two West Africans stuck in London mumbling and moaning about life abroad and back home. If you want to hear relevant and irrelevant conversations about life from the perspective of these two weirdos then subscribe.
The Brain Exchange is an Australian made podcast starring the multi-talented and adored Ben and Michael. The podcast focusses on a broad range of topics under the general heading of "Scepticism, Nerd Culture and Humour". We discuss atheism/scepticism-related content, generally rip into religion, pseudoscience and other such nonsense. As self proclaimed nerds, internet and geek culture are also regular topics of discussion. However, most importantly, we never journey far from a few laughs and ...
From Altruism to Wittgenstein, philosophers, theories and key themes.
RN Drive takes you behind the day’s headlines, with an engaging mix of current affairs, analysis, arts and culture from across Australia and around the world.
All about books, book reviews, adaptations to movies, book hauls, author interviews and a lot more about books!
The Wit and Humor of America is a 10 volume series. In this, the eighth volume, 40 short stories and poems have been gathered from 35 authors. This volume is sure to delight listeners. (Summary by Linette Geisel)
The Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding is a shortened and simplified version of Hume's masterpiece A Treatise of Human Nature. It sought to reach a wider audience, and to dispel some of the virulent criticism addressed toward the former book. In it, Hume explains his theory of epistemology, and argues against other current theories, including those of John Locke, George Berkeley, and Nicolas Malebranche. (Summary by Kirsten Ferreri)
The Religion and Ethics Report, where religion and ethics meet news and current affairs in Australia and around the world.
Every week on The Yoga Life Podcast, yoga teacher Kevin Boyle chats to fellow yogis about teaching, practising and living the yoga life. Every aspect of yoga will be discussed. From the yoga industry, teaching techniques to life itself! If you’re a teacher, a student or simply curious to learn more about yoga, subscribe to receive your weekly episode. Happiness is free and so is this podcast.
A group of friends get together once a month thanks to the wonder of modern technology to discuss one topic. That topic can come in the form of either a question, a subject, a claim, or a statement. The thing is, only one of us knows what that topic is going to be. That person shall henceforth be known as the Dimbleby. (It's a long story.) The Dimbleby has two topics in their pocket. They tell us the first one and then the rest of us have the opportunity to veto it based on a majority vote. ...
Second Series on David Hume and his Philosophy. Focusing on his central principles in philosophy including Hume's theory on Ideas, Psychology, Logic, Relations, Induction and Causal Necessity
The podcast dedicated to answering your questions about the LP and giving you deeper insights into what it is and what it can do.
One of the earliest works by the American parodist, Guy Wetmore Carryl, these fables are adapted from Jean de La Fontaine’s original writings. The fables are written in verse, and are light-hearted re-tellings of fables from two centuries before, each ending with a moral and a pun. Among the more celebrated of the fables are The Persevering Tortoise and the Pretentious Hare, The Arrogant Frog and the Superior Bull, and The Sycophantic Fox and the Gullible Raven. (Summary written by Chriss)
H. G. Wells's proposal for social reform was the formation of a world state, a concept that would increasingly preoccupy him throughout the remainder of his life. One of his most ambitious early attempts at portraying a world state was A Modern Utopia (1905). A Modern Utopia was intended as a hybrid between fiction and 'philosophical discussion'. Like most utopists, he has indicated a series of modifications which in his opinion would increase the aggregate of human happiness. Basically, Wel ...
The prospect of the unions sitting down with business groups and the Coalition to reach an historic consensus on industrial relations hasn't overjoyed those in the Labor Party.
Scepticism is usually good as it encourages us to research and find facts and truths about the particular matter we are needlessly doubting. It is encouraged when studying the Word, for the intend to prove its validity. Unfortunately scepticism can also be a cover-up for unbelief, and this is what Jesus came across with the religious Leaders who we…
Sweden stands as a country in the middle of the table when it comes to the lives lost to coronavirus.
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Bitcoin, and the world of cryptocurrency, divides opinion. At one end of the scale you’ll find the cynics and sceptics, at the other end those who are fascinated by all things crypto, and in between is everyone else, by varying degrees. The needle is however moving on this scale: Many cynics are becoming less cynical and more curious, and some of t…
The president of Madagascar Andry Rajoelina claims to have a herbal medicine that can cure coronavirus aka COVID-19 but no one in the world including Africans believe him. The Wahaala Boys ask why don't Africans believe him and also why do we easily dismiss herbal medicines especially the educated Africans. Ghana has started attaching herbal centre…
Comedians who lost their live gigs because of Covid-19 are finding new ways to make audiences laugh and bring in some money.
In the middle of Reconciliation Week, a new report out today showing the impact of the lockdown on Indigenous people is a reminder that systemic inequality is a daily fact of life for many of our First Australians.
Trump takes on Twitter, Tesla tempts Fallout fans and Twitch trumps Youtube!
Not all Australians a raring to go out and socialise as COVID-19 restrictions ease - for many, isolation has been an opportunity to live life a little differently.
The 25 members of the Orquesta Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos from La Paz, Bolivia arrived to play a Berlin concert just as Germany shut down its borders due to COVID-19.
The political stoush between the Federal Government and the Western Australian State Government has continued today, following a coronavirus outbreak on a live export ship at Fremantle.
If the Federal Government's proposal for talks between unions and business delivers a second accord on job creation, it will earn the Prime Minister another mention in the history books.
AlphaMind podcast host Steven Goldstein worked for almost 25 years as a professional trader at Investment Banks in both Market-Making and Proprietary Trading roles. In his battle to succeed, Steven was always looking to improve and find the secrets to success. To help him on this journey, Steven developed his own set of guiding principles which wer…
Life in Manenberg, South Africa, is hard for the young, violence and crime plays a central role in day-to-day life. However, when Australian Pastor Andie Steele-Smith rolled into town and cooked up a traditional braai, everything changed.
The Prime Minister has outlined the Coalition's Job Maker plan, which involves simplifying the vocational education and training system and rewriting the $1.5 billion skills agreement with the states.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has warned the economic recovery from COVID-19 could take years and that the challenges faced by the country will be the toughest outside of wartime.
On the third anniversary of the Uluru Statement from the Heart, there's a new campaign to educate the wider public as part of efforts to get a referendum back on the table.
Experts have been warning about a 'second wave' of COVID-19 even before restrictions began to ease - with two Sydney schools closed due to infections, should we be worried?
We know that our post-pandemic world will feel a little different for a while yet, but as we start to reassess the 'new normal' should we also be taking lessons from lockdown into our new routines?
Scott Morrison has persuaded unions, employers and business groups to sit down and try to hammer out a second accord on wages and conditions in a post pandemic economy.
Six crew members of a livestock carrier docked in Fremantle have tested positive for coronavirus, according to the West Australian Premier.
Mark Normand, fresh off the success of his new special "Out To Lunch" (available now on YouTube), met me on the deserted streets of New York to play the 5 things we miss game. We probably got to like 2. Maaaaaaaybe 3. But who cares really? Mark is hilarious and this episode was funny as crap with broccoli. I should legitimately have this guy on onc…
After a messy history in our corner of the world, Rolling Stone Australia has returned like a phoenix rising from the ashes promising to be bigger and better than ever before.
The coronavirus crisis has affected women more than men when it comes to job losses in so called feminised industries like tourism, aviation and retail - but it may also be a chance to bring more attention to the fight for equal wages in those sectors.
The Hazelwood coal-fired power station's eight chimneys have been demolished, after standing for more than five decades.
Brazil has become the world's second major coronavirus hotspot, with infection numbers climbing past 360,000 and the death toll spiraling above 22,000.
How can you celebrate a milestone birthday when you aren't allowed to leave your home? Katie and her daughter pulled off a beautiful, kind act which brought a tear to her neighbours eye.
For teens frustrated by months of isolation from their peers, the three-stage plan to ease restrictions might sound like freedom - but just because we can do something, doesn't mean we should...
Climate Change and its impact on our fire season took centre stage today, as the Royal Commission into the Black Summer Bushfires began witness hearings.
The Federal Government has set aside another $20 million for mental health as the impact of the coronavirus in Australia moves from being a physical threat, to a deeper economic crisis and psychological risk.
The Wahaala Boys discusses and looks at intercultural relationship and marriages with a special focus on Ghanaians marrying Nigerians. They discuss the relationships and marriages that happened between Ghanaian celebrities and Nigerian celebrities from Nadia Buari and Jim Iyke, Yvonne Nelson and Iyanya of Kukere fame, Juliet Ibrahim and musician Ic…
The indie music stars talk setlists, line-up changes and growing up.
You’re bored at home, you’ve got a laptop and ideas, is it time to make a podcast from your bedroom?
Have you been paying attention to the news this week? Geraldine Hickey and Kat Feeney face off in this instalment of Let's Get Quizzical.
We have been told it's 'un-Australian' to hoard food, but where do we sit when it comes to dobbing someone in for breaches of lockdown restrictions?
The number of people on JobKeeper has been revised down by 3 million after Treasury and the Australian Tax Office (ATO) revealed businesses made "significant errors".
The Federal Government announced today in a statement that their estimates of workers that would take up the JobKeeper scheme were dramatically overestimated.
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I truly believe that what we do with the years we have is far more important than the amount of years we have. Maura Rath, of Yoga With Maura, has been teaching yoga full time for just 2 years but has already competed 500 hours + training, led 7 retreats and regularly sees 200-300 yogis join her daily Instagram Live classes. Simply put, Maura has a…
When Australia was decimated by the Great Depression, government investment in the country and people pulled it into a new era of prosperity.
There are concerns that China's targeting of Australian exports could be spreading to the resources sector, which is worth more than $79 billion annually.
Fossils of a 2.5 metre-tall kangaroo have been found near Mackay; and fish poo and gut goo help scientists eradiate a major pest on the Great Barrier Reef
Hundreds of tourists have been flying into Hawaii each day since the pandemic began, despite tough restrictions being placed on their movement.
Australian rock heroes Powderfinger will be back together this Saturday night to broadcast One Night Lonely, a live-streamed concert raising money and awareness for mental health charity Beyond Blue and music industry charity Support Act.
The humble tracky dacks have been having a moment during COVID-19 isolation and many in the fashion world are saying this swing to comfort over aesthetics could mean huge changes to the industry.
The New Zealand Prime Minister has casually floated the idea of a four-day working week as a solution to boost domestic tourism as New Zealand navigates its way out of the pandemic.
More than a million casual workers across Australia could soon be entitled to annual leave, sick leave and other entitlements usually reserved for permanent employees, following a Federal Court ruling.
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