Radios and podcasts : Tag Natural science

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  • Logo of the podcast Waterlands

    Waterlands

    Immerse yourself in the sounds of the riverbank, crashing tides, wild marshes filled with birds and the underwater sounds of the humble pond as we bring to life our incredible wetlands - and reveal their power to shape our future for the better. Join nature expert and film maker Roxy Furman as she explores the wonders of our watery worlds and how wetlands have fed, inspired and transported us from countryside to city, source to sea. Dive beneath the surface of our wetlands through personal stories and conversations with experts to reveal an underwater jungle, the restorative powers of water, tonnes of carbon hidden underground, the things you never knew were lurking in your freshwater and why we need to think like beavers to solve our flood problem. Our wetlands bring us together across species and continents. They’re the source of life as we know it. Yet wetlands only cover about 6% of our planet [...]

  • Logo of the podcast Farming Today

    Farming Today

    The latest news about food, farming and the countryside

  • Logo of the podcast Scotland Outdoors

    Scotland Outdoors

    A topical guide to life in the Scottish outdoors.

  • Logo of the podcast Go Wild

    Go Wild

    Nature documentaries to inspire your next outdoors adventure introduced by Harriet Noble.

  • Logo of the podcast BBC Inside Science

    BBC Inside Science

    A weekly programme that illuminates the mysteries and challenges the controversies behind the science that's changing our world.

  • Logo of the podcast Bwletin Amaeth

    Bwletin Amaeth

    Y newyddion ffermio diweddaraf ar BBC Radio Cymru. The latest farming news.

  • Logo of the podcast Look at Me

    Look at Me

    Hosted by Benjamin Law and Chris McCormack, each episode of Look at Me showcases a unique Australian animal

  • Logo of the podcast Country Focus

    Country Focus

    Programme serving everyone living in the countryside and tackling the issues affecting them. With rural, farming and environmental news

  • Logo of the podcast Planet Puffin

    Planet Puffin

    A regular podcast from PM on Radio 4 on all things puffin. Both the silly and the serious; the scientific and the cultural.

  • Logo of the podcast Nature's Voice

    Nature's Voice

    Love nature? You'll love Nature's Voice. Each month we'll bring you features, interviews and news of birds and wildlife, from back gardens to the Sumatran rainforest. If you can't get enough, try dipping into our back catalogue. We'll take you soaring with birds of prey, look back over 30 years of Big Garden Birdwatch, offer wildlife gardening advice and hear from celebrity wildlife lovers like Bill Oddie and Kate Humble. To make sure you get each new edition as soon as it’s published, why not become a subscriber? It's free and simple!

  • Logo of the podcast Growing Wild

    Growing Wild

    Growing Wild has been espousing the virtues of nature since waaay back in 2016, when it started as a radio show. Presenter and producer Charlotte Petts is a big nature lover and seeks people out to help understand different environmental issues, to tell of their work, adventures and, moreover, to share their mutual love of the outdoors.  There are (to name but a few) wild swimmers, mountaineers, allotmenteers, soil scientists, swift watchers, writers, painters, therapists, garden designers and even hedge enthusiasts. Nature connection a go-go. Winner of New talent award 2017, Best Radio/Podcast Production 2018 and shortlisted for Beth Chatto's environmental award 2019. Not much happened in 2020. Support at: http://www.ko-fi.com/growingwild Follow on: @growingwildfm on Instagram and twitter. Email: growingwildreverb@gmail.com

  • Logo of the podcast Eons: Mysteries of Deep Time

    Eons: Mysteries of Deep Time

    Dig into the past and explore the greatest mysteries of natural history with the team behind the hit YouTube series PBS Eons. From the dawn of the dinosaurs to downtown Los Angeles, we’re covering what we know — and what we still don’t know — about the history of life on Earth.

  • Logo of the podcast The Confessionals

    The Confessionals

    The Confessionals is where witnesses of the unexplained share their stories and encounters with the world. Through long-form conversations, we pull out as much detail about one's experience as possible. Join us as we delve into the unknown side of life, from bigfoot to UFOs to paranormal activity to even conspiracies.

  • Logo of the podcast The Energy Transition Show with Chris Nelder

    The Energy Transition Show with Chris Nelder

    Longtime energy expert Chris Nelder interviews some of the smartest and most knowledgeable people in energy, exploring global infrastructure and markets during the ongoing transition away from fossil fuels and toward renewables. Designed to stimulate discussion about the difficult questions rather than reinforce preconceived answers, the Energy Transition Show covers oil, gas, coal, solar, wind, emerging renewables, nuclear, grid power, transportation systems, macroeconomics, and more, including the latest news and research, policy developments, and market events.

  • Logo of the podcast Zoo de fósiles - Cienciaes.com

    Zoo de fósiles - Cienciaes.com

    La mayor parte de los seres vivos que han poblado la Tierra han desaparecido para siempre. Quincenalmente, Germán Fernández Sánchez les ofrece en Zoo de Fósiles la posibilidad de conocer la vida de algunas de las más extraordinarias criaturas que vivieron en el pasado y que han llegado hasta nosotros a través de sus fósiles.

  • Logo of the podcast Bêtes de science

    Bêtes de science

    Bêtes de Science, un podcast family-friendly créé par Futura . À chaque épisode, partez à la découverte d'un nouvel animal et de ses comportements les plus étonnants. Rencontrez des oiseaux architectes, des poissons dessinateurs, des insectes cartographes et bien d'autres créatures dans Bêtes de Science ! Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

  • Logo of the podcast Brèves de Nature Sauvage

    Brèves de Nature Sauvage

    Savez-vous que près de 2800 espèces sauvages, animales et végétales se cachent dans Paris ? Tous les 15 jours, le podcast Brèves de nature sauvage vous raconte, au creux de l’oreille, les secrets de cette biodiversité… Oiseaux, insectes, poissons, amphibiens ou mammifères, chaque épisode vous révèle, en 5 minutes, la vie d’un animal sauvage parisien. Vous apprendrez comment ces différentes espèces vivent, se nourrissent, se reproduisent, si elles sont nombreuses ou plutôt rare en ville, et comment nous pouvons aider la nature à prospérer dans la capitale. Dés le 23 mars 2022, découvrez la saison 3 du podcast. Retrouvez les saisons précédentes sur paris.fr (https://www.paris.fr/pages/podcast-breves-de-nature-sauvage-saison-2-17094), Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIJ0HJ_tOOeRgw_cFGWBHNcfOMQkuw8qY), et sur toutes les plateformes de podcast (https://smartlink.ausha.co/breves-de-nature-sauvage-a-paris) !

  • Logo of the podcast Les plantes se racontent avec Pierre Coulot

    Les plantes se racontent avec Pierre Coulot

    Pierre Coulot, passionné de botanique et directeur du comité de sauvegarde de l'herbier de l'université de Montpellier, vous raconte l'histoire des plantes de l'Hérault, avec Pascale Orsini.

  • Logo of the podcast Océanos de Ciencia - Cienciaes.com

    Océanos de Ciencia - Cienciaes.com

    Los mares y océanos han motivado desde siempre a los científicos. La necesidad de orientarse en un entorno cambiante nos ha hecho mirar al cielo y conocer los astros y sus movimientos, hemos creado instrumentos de navegación en los que se dan la mano arte, ciencia y tecnología, y han tenido lugar grandes expediciones científicas que han cambiado la visión del mundo y de nosotros mismos. De todo ello nos habla Manuel Díez Minguito.

  • Logo of the podcast Ologies with Alie Ward

    Ologies with Alie Ward

    Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.