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  • Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews deep and quirky outsiders, such as a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining the mix are such celebrated thought leaders as feminist Helen Lewis, Lord Daniel Finkelstein and free speech advocate Andrew Doyle.

    The aim is to surprise you with a totally different story every time in this 2x Apple Noteworthy show. One week, we're in a Michigan prison with a man who accidentally killed his girlfriend in a botched suicide, the next we're in Australia with the Coffin Confessor, and then we're in the Andes with a plane-crash survivor who had to eat his friends. The only thing that links them all is their place On the Edge. 

    This is for fans of Louis Theroux, Joe Rogan and Adam Buxton. New episodes every Monday.

  • Weโ€™re living in a critical time, fast paced consumerism is delivering false satisfaction.

    What if there was a way to escape the endless stream of push notifications?

    What if there was a healthy form of instant gratification?

    What if it was as simple as reconnecting to nature?

    The Awaken to Nature Podcast is a series of Conversations and Meditations that remind us, we are not separate from nature, WE ARE NATURE and we feel our best when we are consciously connected to it.

    In Conversations, host Michael Holmwood sits down with a wide range of expert guests to uncover and discover their knowledge, passion and tools related to topics such as nature connection, mindfulness, spirituality, health and well-being.

    Meditations is a series of short solo episodes where Michael shares natural mindfulness Exercises and Experiences that you can use to help deepen your own experience and connection with nature.

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    Thanks for tuning in :)

  • Across the UK, local authorities are declaring a climate emergency, seeking to lead action at a local level to reduce carbon emissions, increase biodiversity, transition to net zero and ultimately improve the quality of life of their residents and the local environment.

    In this podcast series from UCL and the Local Government Association (LGA), researchers and policy professionals from councils across England share their reflections on working together on the Net Zero Innovation Programme - exploring opportunities and challenges faced in partnering with those from different worlds to help achieve net zero emissions commitments.

  • A podcast about the life sciences and science policy produced by EMBO.

  • In this podcast we will discuss many different areas of science and scientific research giving our thoughts and opinions as well as weighing out the ethics. Stay tuned to hear us give all the intel on studying a science based degree. Not everything that happens in the Lab stays in the Lab with SciTalk!

  • We share diverse perspectives on the oceans around us, raise awareness of ocean change, and foster a collective connection to the blue planet. This podcast has been a personal project for a small team of researchers, united through the EU4Ocean Coalition for Ocean Literacy and through their passion for ocean advocacy. We hope you enjoy listening!

  • Connecting leaders and sharing stories throughout the Life Sciences sector, to discuss how it has been impacted by the current climate to enable listeners to get a holistic overview of where the industry is going.

  • The PhD students at the London Institute of Medical Sciences bring science to your ears by interviewing leading scientists in biology and medicine.

  • Welcome to "All Things AMR", where we discuss matters wholly and partially related to the global phenomenon of Antimicrobial Resistance.

  • Interviews by and with people who grew up in and later left abusive cults. Starting with a focus on the Unification Church (also known as "the Moonies"), but also incorporating interviews with people who grew up in other totalist ideologies. What were their childhoods like? Why did they leave the cocoon of the cult? And what stories do they have to tell of the inner workings of the cult?

    This and more are examined in detail by your host Elgen Strait, a grown man who grew up in the Moonies and left it not once, but twice.

    In season we publish 2 Tuesdays in a row, then take a Tuesday off, then publish another 2 Tuesdays in a row.

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  • A Revision Podcast for A-Level Biology Students Hosted by Ria Corbett and Sarah Matthews. Ria Corbett is a science teacher with a biology specialism. Sarah, is her younger sister and learning A-Level biology. Ria will be teaching her topic by topic to provide you the listener with an audio revision resource.  We hope you can incorporate us into your revision as a part of your learning journey. Dip in and out, listen to the topics you need to work on or use us as your biology bible. Whatever you need us for, we are here!

  • Our Editors and the journal’s authors explore their research and its impact on people’s health, health care, and health policy in this regular podcast.

  • Jane Godsland, Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, and the journal’s authors explore their research and its impact on people’s health, health care, and health policy in this regular podcast.

  • From our podcasts, we want you to walk away with a better understanding of a new business idea or concept and be inspired by the people you meet and the stories you hear.

  • A brand new podcast brought to you by Beaver Trust as we start to welcome beavers back to our rivers and explore the state of nature in the UK. Hosted by Sophie Pavelle and Eva Bishop. Produced and edited by Emma Brisdion.

  • UK Research and Innovation brings you hope for the planet in the form of a nine-part podcast.Hosted by broadcast journalist Kim McAllister and featuring experts from across the UK, ‘Emissions: Impossible?’ showcases some of the most ground-breaking research and innovation in climate change. We look at fashion, food, transport, health, space, and more.From eating grasshoppers to turning rubbish into fashion, Kim asks “what can we each do to help get to net zero?”

  • A lighthearted and witty exploration of some of the big questions that come up when trying to 'walk the green line'/ live life green.

    Hosted by Juliet Davenport, climate scientist, renewable pioneer, businesswoman, environmental activist and founder of the UK’s first 100% renewable electricity supplier, this podcast invites a panel of comedians and experts to tackle some of the common (and quirky!) questions that pop to mind when trying to live a greener life. Must we forgo flights to fight the big fight? Is being vegan the only way to save the planet? Are bananas bad? This is a lighthearted and digestible exploration into answering the modern world's Great Green Questions.

  • Breaking down the fact vs. fiction of cannabis for everyday users, this podcast is hosted by two Ph.D. cannabis research scientists, Dr. Miyabe Shields and Dr. Riley Kirk. While this may sound as dry and crusty as a forgotten two-year-old stash, these scientists are both daily users who prioritize being relatable and engaging, with the main goal of giving consumers practical knowledge that can directly translate into their own practices. If you’re ready to dive deep into the interaction of humans and nature sit back and start a session of Smoke N’ Science!

  • A monthly podcast where two Nuffield Scholars - James Smith, a fifth-generation farmer, and Ben Taylor-Davies, a bioagriecologist, chat about all things regenerative farming, rewilding, biodiversity and more, occasionally joined by special guests from the field (no pun intended).

  • Psychology vs climate change: what we think, why we think it, and how it all adds up to a planet-sized emergency. Each episode host Dave Powell interviews experts in how our brains work - from PhDs in psychology to writers, activists and beyond. They'll talk about how their brains and our brains do (and don't) work, and how all of that might help make sense of the climate crisis - and possibly what to do about it.