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Best Sea podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Sea podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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An early science fiction novel written by the second most translated author, French writer Jules Verne, the classic tale depicts an incredible sea expedition on board a state-of-the-art submarine. First published in 1870 and a part of the Voyages Extraordinaires series, the novel is regarded as one of the most thrilling adventure stories and one of Verne’s greatest pieces of work. Immersed in themes of exploration, avant-garde technology, and man’s insatiable desire for knowledge and scienti ...
 
Hear true stories of marine research! In each episode of "Two Sea Fans," Mote Marine Laboratory scientists and their partners have fun and educational conversations with hosts Joe Nickelson and Hayley Rutger, who love communicating marine science to help listeners become more ocean-literate. New episodes are available every two weeks.
 
During the height of the cold war when Ronald Regan called the Soviet Union the evil empire, Bill Nowicki was in the Navy. He was a nuclear-trained electrician's mate aboard the Los Angeles class fast attack submarine, the USS Minneapolis / St. Paul (SSN 708) with 100 highly trained shipmates. These are the memories of those difficult (and sometimes hilarious) times told by the men who depended on one another for their lives.
 
A maritime classic acclaimed for its exciting adventure, The Sea Wolf offers a thrilling tale of life at sea, while exploring the many difficulties that may erupt on board a ship captained by a brutally hedonistic and controlling individual. Additionally, the psychological adventure novel covers several themes including mutiny, existentialism, individualism, brutality, and the intrinsic will to survive. The novel sets into motion when its protagonist, the soft and cultivated scholar Humphrey ...
 
Most of us have passed through a period of life during which we have ardently longed to be, if not actually a rover, a buccaneer, or a pirate, at least and really a sailor! To run away to sea has been the misdirected ambition of many a youngster, and some lads there are who have realized their desire to their sorrow. The boy who has not cherished in his heart and exhibited in his actions at sometime or other during his youthful days, a love of ships and salt water, is fit for—well, he is fit ...
 
Avast ye mateys! Welcome aboard the Land Ho! Podcast. Join Brian and Michael as they discuss the open-world pirate game from Rare and tell you all you need to know to become a pirate legend. We will be celebrating the game's accomplishments while taking a closer look to give critical feedback to the developers. Join our community and let's make the game a decade of fun! Anchors away!
 
The Sea Dogs is a Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition real play podcast telling the on-going story of a sailing crew set on the old high seas. It’s a fantasy tale of one crew’s struggle with pirates, monsters, and unfortunate limitations on rum. As their relationships deepens, so does the challenges surrounding them in a world of whimsy and adventure.
 
The Lost At Sea Podcast explores a broad range of topics including faith, mental health, creativity, and current events. The conversations we have with one another and with our listeners are designed to create a space that welcomes questions. So, whether you've been following us since our humble beginnings or have just now discovered us, welcome. We're glad you're here, and we thank you for your support. Lost At Sea Links Facebook: www.facebook.com/lostatseapc Patreon: www.patreon.com/lostat ...
 
Herbert Barclay is desperately in love with Grace Bellassys, but a number of factors stand in the way of their happiness, the biggest of which is the person of Lady Amelia Roscoe, Grace's guardian. Lady Amelia has several objections to the union, one of which is the fact that Herbert is not a Papist, and to separate the two young people, she has sent Grace to school in France. The two decide to elope, but this is just the start of the adventure... - Summary by Carolin
 
Welcome to Sea Change, a show about societal change in the digital age and how to make a bigger, faster and more inclusive impact in the world we live in. Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts! Do it today so you don't miss a single episode. Write to us at podcast@inthefieldindia.org
 
Book I of the "Story of the World" series. Focuses on the civilizations surrounding the Mediterranean Sea from the time of Abraham to the birth of Christ. Brief histories of the Ancient Israelites, Phoenicians, Egyptians, Scythians, Persians, Greeks, and Romans are given, concluding with the conquest of the entire Mediterranean by Rome. Important myths and legends that preceded recorded history are also related. Ages 9-18 (Summary from the Baldwin Project)
 
This Scholarcast series hosts eight lectures by major scholars on literary and cultural transactions across the Irish Sea, and which focus on the Irish Sea as an 'inner waterway' of the British and Irish Isles. Copyright UCD 2012. All rights reserved. Scholarcast theme music by: Padhraic Egan, Michael Hussey and Sharon Hussey. Series produced by PJ Matthews. Technical support from UCD IT Services, Media Services.
 
This podcast is about my dad, and me, and our relationship. It's also about death, old age, care, love, history, change, mental health, science, medicine, art, dementia and friendship. It brings together memoir, clips from over 10 years of recordings of my father, sound design, and interviews with experts. It takes you on a journey down to a sunless sea. This podcast includes content funded by the British Podcast Awards Fund and the Wellcome Trust.
 
Originally published 1870, this recording is from the English translation by Frederick P. Walter, published 1991, containing the unabridged text from the original French and offered up into the public domain. It is considered to be the very first science fiction novel ever written, the first novel about the undersea world, and is a classic science fiction novel by French writer Jules Verne published in 1870. It tells the story of Captain Nemo and his submarine Nautilus, as seen from the pers ...
 
Night at Sea is an ambient electronica podcast aiming to shift the mind towards the land of Nod. Collaborating with local Pittsburgh musicians, Spices Peculiar presents a weekly improvised instrumental sleep aid. Produced by Dante Villagomez New episode uploaded every Tuesday @ 10:30 P.M. Explore the full array of music, videos, and art at https://www.spicespeculiar.com/ Instagram: @spicespeculiar Now on Patreon for those who wish to further support the podcast https://www.patreon.com/spices ...
 
This, volume 22 of the Chronicles of Canada series, describes the exploration of the Canadian Pacific coast, British Columbia, and Alaska. It includes accounts of Bering, Cook, Vancouver, Mackenzie, Fraser, and Thompson. - Summary by TriciaG
 
The Sea Lady is a novel written by H. G. Wells. It was serialized from July to December 1901 in Pearson's Magazine before being published by D. Appleton and Co. in 1902. The story involves a mermaid who comes ashore in Edwardian England. Based on past knowledge gleaned from literature cast into the sea, and with the help of newly made human friends, she attempts to become part of well mannered society. (Summary by Wikipedia)
 
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By Jared Samuelson Our second collaboration with our ocean governance topic week partners from Stable Seas. Dr. Ifesinachi Yarwood-Okafor and Maisie Pigeon join the program to discuss their comprehensive report on the Gulf of Guinea, to include governance, maritime affluence, the Yaounde Architecture, and more! Download Sea Control 193 – Stable Sea…
 
Nine years ago on Sea Change Radio, we spoke to the self-proclaimed founding father of vertical farming, Dickson Despommier, about the concept of moving crops onwards and upwards (literally). In an interesting twist, the global COVID pandemic has resulted in a lot of abandoned office buildings. To proponents of vertical farming, these spaces may re…
 
Nine years ago on Sea Change Radio, we spoke to the self-proclaimed founding father of vertical farming, Dickson Despommier, about the concept of moving crops onwards and upwards (literally). In an interesting twist, the global COVID pandemic has resulted in a lot of abandoned office buildings. To proponents of vertical farming, these spaces may re…
 
GC13 and David discuss The Ground is Lava from Craig of the Creek. No, these creek games aren’t getting any safer. Well this is a rarity, isn’t it? An episode that zooms out to show that the kids’ fantasy play is just that: fantasy play. Hopefully they don’t make a habit of it. J.P. gave The Ground is Lava a thumbs up, but we’re really hoping to se…
 
Ahoy there pirates, this week I dive into the patch notes and my initial thoughts on the Ashen Winds update. There's a lot to go over so if you want to take a look at the notes as well feel free to head to https://www.seaofthieves.com/release-notes for the latest notes. Also, make sure you keep an eye out for the Rare LTD 35th Anniversary Figurehea…
 
In a trade the Seattle Seahawks could not have timed any better for our podcast, Jamal Adams is now heading to the Pacific Northwest. Why was the timing so important? We can now celebrate a milestone of the show with some good news rather than talking about our rival that is the defending NFC Champion. Instead, we talk about the risks associated wi…
 
General content note for the series: death, dementia, old age, mental health issues Additional content note: sex, assisted dying, war This episode is the last episode of the first (and possibly last) season of this show, and it's about legacy. I’ve been planning this show for years. The earliest recording I’ve used was recorded by my dad on cassett…
 
By Alex Clarke Wowzer, it is not just another historically informed maritime current events podcast from the Bilge Pumps crew, it is a bumper double feature with the one, the only, Commodore Michael Clapp, RN (Ret.), commander of the 1982 Falklands War Amphibious Task Group, joining your regular Bilge Pumps crew for a discussion on … Continue readi…
 
By Jared Samuelson Gina Fiore (@marsecgina) and Greg Poling (@gregpoling) join the program to explore the complexities of Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing, its impact, how different countries are approaching the enforcement challenge, and its impact on coastal communities. Download Sea Control 192 – IUU Fishing and Fishing Policy i…
 
An albatross is a perfect sentinel for watching the oceans. It’s big, it flies fast, and it can stay at sea for months, so it covers a large area. And it can sniff out fish from miles away. The combination could make the birds good deputies for tracking down illegal fishing operations. Such operations catch billions of dollars’ worth of fish. They …
 
By Alex Clarke Howdy, it is another historically informed maritime current events podcast! Or The Bilge Pumps as we three naval geeks of yore call it. As an explanation, well pretty much imagine three naval historians having a chat while carrying out a medieval re-enactment, but without the cool swords or place armor, plus it’s … Continue reading B…
 
This episode I wanted to bring in some expertise to take a deeper look at Halo. We've had a lot of information come out since the showcase and I wanted to address it from two different perspectives. Hoss is a great dude and I really love the content he puts out. If you're an Xbox fan and love Halo he's someone you'll want to watch when Infinite com…
 
What is the American dollar based on? It was based on the gold standard until 1971 when it transitioned to a floating monetary system. This week’s guest on Sea Change Radio believes US currency now rests unofficially on the price of oil. What will a successful Green New Deal will look like if the underlying currency upon which the US economy rests …
 
What is the American dollar based on? It was based on the gold standard until 1971 when it transitioned to a floating monetary system. This week’s guest on Sea Change Radio believes US currency now rests unofficially on the price of oil. What will a successful Green New Deal will look like if the underlying currency upon which the US economy rests …
 
Episode 132Dante Villagomez: Pocket Piano and PercussionJason Greenlaw: Guitar (The AJ Special by John Page Classic)Jason Greenlaw is a member of Pittsburgh's The Clock Reads and band leader of the Jason Greenlaw Group. Check out the new album "Gnomon" below!www.theclockreads.band/Night at Sea is an ambient electronica podcast aiming to shift the m…
 
There's not a whole ton to talk about this week, unfortunately. With us being on the edge of an update and having being delayed a week I took the extra time and recorded another Shoreleave episode for this week. I'm hoping to have it out in a couple of days after I finish editing it. Look for the Halo Spartan cosmetics from the Sea of Thieves Partn…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan and Katie Burkhart join the podcast to discuss a wide range of Arctic issues, including Russian and Chinese activity in the Arctic, the Arctic Council, Russia’s 2035 policy document, the Northern Sea Route, and increased NATO activity in the Arctic. Download Sea Control 191 – The Arctic with Dr. … Continue …
 
Links 1. "What’s at Stake With Rising Competition in the Arctic?" by Brian Sittlow, Council on Foreign Relations, May 1, 2020 2. "The United States Must Defend Open Seas in the Arctic," by Jerry Hendrix, The National Review, May 13, 2020 3. "Why NATO Needs a Standing Maritime Group in the Arctic," by Colin Barnard, CIMSEC, May 15, 2020 4. "The U.S.…
 
The Seahawks pulled off a trade on Saturday for an immensely talented safety. Jamal Adams was an All-Pro in 2019 and second team All-Pro the year before. Seattle is getting a player who immediately gives them another player on the defensive side of the ball that opposing teams will need to account for. But it also came at a big cost. While Pete Car…
 
By Jared Samuelson **SPOILER ALERT** Ships (not boats)! Surface Warfare Officers! Metaphorical SWO jackets! The Texas National Security Review’s Executive Editor and retired Navy Surface Warfare Officer Doyle Hodges joins the program to discuss the new film Greyhound from the perspective of a retired destroyer captain. “Meet her!” Download Sea Cont…
 
Please help out the show by nominating the Sea Hawkers Podcast for the 15th Annual People's Choice Podcast Awards. You can visit podcastawards.com to register and make the nomination in the Sports category. There's less than a week left. We missed the cut last year and would really like to make it this year. Before we get to the Arizona Cardinals o…
 
The Xbox showcase happened this week and while it's not strictly Sea of Thieves related I wanted to sit down and give some commentary on how I felt about it and who better to bring on to chat about gaming than Chris Johnston from the Player One Podcast. CJ: https://twitter.com/superpac Pirate Twitter CJ: https://twitter.com/CeejOfThieves Host of ht…
 
By Alex Clarke Hello, this time it’s slightly more somber than normal, but is certainly very much another historically informed maritime current events podcast! Or Bilge Pumps as we three naval geeks of yore call it. So what is episode seven all about? Well the #Bilgepumps team are being both ultra-topical and ultra-historical, as in … Continue rea…
 
This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with the CEOs of two startups that are trying in very different ways to help the planet. First, we hear from Ethan Steinberg of Propagate Ventures to learn more about how his company helps promote agroforestry efforts across the country. Then, we travel to Rotterdam and talk with Michaël Van der Jagt about hi…
 
This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with the CEOs of two startups that are trying in very different ways to help the planet. First, we hear from Ethan Steinberg of Propagate Ventures to learn more about how his company helps promote agroforestry efforts across the country. Then, we travel to Rotterdam and talk with Michaël Van der Jagt about hi…
 
GC13 and David discuss Summer Camp Island’s mystery episode: Pepper’s Blanket Is Missing. Sailors get shore leave, so obviously thieves get sailor leave. Who put that rule into the new camp guide? Oscar was probably there—he’s everywhere. If Lucy were there in boss mode, we’d probably have a very different policy. Do you need nice attention? Make s…
 
Ahoy there pirates! I hope you're having a good week. This week I dive into some of the news regarding the coming update Ashen Winds. There's some harassment issues going on in the Twitch community for Sea of Thieves and I take some time to dive into an expansion for the Sea of Thieves RPG game. Your feedback and reviews as well as my musings about…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. T.J. Linzy joins the show to discuss his paper, “The Amphibious Imperative of the French & Indian War.” Our discussion includes the reallocation of resources after early French success, what made the British realize amphibious operations would be necessary, the development of British amphibious tactics off the coast of Halifa…
 
By Alex Clarke Hoots and hoorays, it’s yet another historically informed maritime current events podcast inbound! Or The Bilge Pumps as we three naval geeks call it. As an explanation, well pretty much imagine three naval historians having a chat while kayaking, but without the kayaks or the sinking, plus it’s done by Skype…So what … Continue readi…
 
By Alex Clarke It’s another historically informed maritime current events podcast! It’s The Bilge Pumps as we affectionately call it, where we like to imagine it’s what three naval geeks who have found a particularly nice steakhouse would sound like if recorded. So what is episode five about? Well The Bilge Pumps team is talking … Continue reading …
 
Episode 130Dante Villagomez: Pocket Piano and PercussionJohn O'Brien: GuitarJohn O'Brien is a member of Pittsburgh's Jazz Rock quartet 'The Clock Reads'. Check out their new album "Gnomon" below!www.theclockreads.band/Night at Sea is an ambient electronica podcast aiming to shift the mind towards the land of Nod. Collaborating with local Pittsburgh…
 
As you’re spending more time at home, and hanging out in the back yard or porch more than usual, are you noticing an urge to plant things? Apparently you’re not alone as there are multiple reports of a COVID-inspired surge in home gardening. Millions of Americans are rolling up their sleeves and digging into the earth. This week on Sea Change Radio…
 
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