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  • Down to earth, relatable chats about looking after ourselves and the planet.

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  • Welcome to Farm Source Focus, created as a way to share knowledge and advice on the season ahead. Where vets, agronomists, vendor reps, our team of TSRs and sustainable dairy advisors but most importantly fellow farmers share their insights in an easily digestible way.

  • From number theory to topology, join Axioms on a journey through the world of mathematics.

  • Join Dr Joseph Mikhael for Medscape InDiscussion: Multiple Myeloma, a podcast series where thought leaders and clinical experts share their diverse insights and practical ideas for optimizing patient care. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/964336). The topics and discussions are planned, produced, and reviewed independently of advertisers. This podcast is intended only for US healthcare professionals.

  • Talia Randall meets the radical ramblers and activist gardeners who are opening up nature to everyone.

  • Out of sight, out of mind. For most of humanity’s existence, this has been the extent of our perception of groundwater. But in the 21st century, the pressures of growing populations and increasingly industrialized societies has pushed the importance and fragility of all water resources to the very front of the critical concerns of this new age. By the late 20th century, many countries had taken significant steps to improve and maintain the quality of their lakes and rivers, and most people are reasonably familiar with the hydrological cycle and the cultural and economic benefits derived from keeping their surface waters clean. Yet to many, groundwater, much like the deep oceans, remains relatively unknown.
    This series will share the hidden secrets of groundwater with the listener, from the earliest myths and conjectures about the mysterious waters that lie beneath our feet, through the scientific breakthroughs in comprehension of groundwater, and out to the frontlines with the scientists, specialists and citizens who are working towards understanding and solving the daunting challenge of sustaining our groundwater resources for future generations.

  • A podcast from the Australian Museum that takes you behind the scenes of expeditions, exhibitions and the lab to show you the world of Australiaโ€™s first museum. Discover how our scientists are using the collectionโ€™s 21.9 million objects and specimens to safeguard the extraordinarily rich biodiversity of our planet. 

    Find out more by going to australian.museum/explore

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  • A twig snapping in the distance, an unnatural chill slowly climbing up your back, a cruel hungry stare of someone or something just out of view. The Tricksters of Bedlam dive into the stories, legends, and folklore of some of the most well-known and elusive monsters that have plagued us since the dawn of time.

  • “What’s the guts??”. Deep within the interior of ruminant animals is a fascinating digestion system that enables animals to digest fibrous feeds that we as humans can’t. Focusing on how ruminants work, The Rumen Room Podcasts cover a broad range of topics that bring together the nutrition, health, reproductive performance and well-being of ruminant animals.
    Presented in a practical, down to earth manner by New Zealand veterinarian and nutritionist Dr Charlotte Westwood, The Rumen Room Podcasts are a must for anyone with an interest in ruminant animals. Based largely on topics contained in the Facebook group ”The Rumen Room”, these podcasts also include new content not published previously on Facebook.
    Proudly supported by PGG Wrightson Seeds New Zealand, the Rumen Room Podcasts are well worth a subscribe so you can be the first to tune in to the latest episodes. Thanks for joining us.

  • A monthly look at the Integrated management strategies that golf course managers can put in place in the upcoming weeks.

  • Dr Sam Bailey is a medically trained doctor who makes health podcasts on questions from her viewers.
    She researches and covers common medical conditions, but will also tackle controversial health issues.
    Dr Bailey is co-author of the book ”Virus Mania.”

  • Your regular deep dive into recent reports on climate and energy with Frankie Muskovic, Luke Menzel and Tennant Reed. Because there is too much.

  • The podcast edition of the publication by the same name, dedicated to protecting all pollinators, large and small!


  • BallanceEx Future Farming will take a deep dive into the challenges and opportunities Kiwi farmers are experiencing today and into the future.

    Joined by world leading experts from diverse backgrounds, we aim to offer thought provoking and inspiring conversations that will arm you with practical ideas you can consider integrating into your farming practices. We hope these talks will reassure you that your current approach is setting you up for success, or inspire you to move forward with an idea you already have in the hopper.

    It’s all part of Ballance’s commitment to helping you farm productively and sustainably, and to empower Kiwis to keep pace as global leaders in farming.

  • How is fat identity and fat stigma related to social inequality? Fat Theory Book Book Club is hosted by scholar and activist, Amanda Levitt. We record on IG Live the second Friday of every month. Join us on December 10th, with Marilyn Wann as we discuss her book Fat! So? Because You Don't Have to Apologize for Your Size and Revolting Bodies? The Struggle to Redefine Fat Identity by Kathleen LeBesco. Follow Amanda Levitt to listen live and get book updates - Instagram @whimsicalfemme. Twitter / TikTok @fatbodypolitics

  • Refreshing Nature Sounds & Stories from the Wilderness. Join along to explore nature and listen to wildlife and conservation stories with an interlude of nature sounds recorded in Aotearoa New Zealand's wild places. Tune into Nature with me Karthic, a Wildlife Filmmaker telling simple fun stories about nature & the wild. Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/tuneintonature Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/tuneintonatureshow/ Producer/Host : http://instagram.com/karthic.ss

  • Join celebrity farmer, ecologist and conservationist, Jimmy Doherty, on his farm as he talks to eco-experts and well-known faces about trying to live a greener life.

    From bug burgers and sustainable football clubs, to viagra honey and foraging fungi, Jimmyโ€™s new weekly podcast will cover all things ecology. A new episode will drop every Thursday.

    Guests include Jamie Oliver, Eshita Kabra-Davies, Jake Humphrey, Sir Tim Smit, BOSH!, Dale Vince, & Bez from the Happy Mondays - so join Jimmy on his farm.

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  • Experts from the MacDiarmid Institute take an idea from fiction and see how it stands up to scientific scrutiny.

  • A podcast about the history of anaesthesia, the gases we use to put people to sleep, and how the safety of patients became central to a modern speciality.

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