A farmer, a neighbourhood resident and a nature lover each has his own way of relating to animals. What is the difference, for example, in the language they use? Artist Esther Polak follows farmers, residents and nature lovers, recording the interaction between people and animals. Radio Oostvaart will be broadcasting a new vodcast (short film for computer or iPod) every day. Watch along with us at: www.radiooostvaart.nl.
This podcast explores the many facets of the 9-11 attacks which contradict the governments official story, the massive cover-up which is currently underway, the failure of the mainstream media in America to ask real questions, and the aftermath of 9-11 including the un-Constitutional wars and the taking of liberty here at home. This broadcast examines the big picture of what is taking place in America today and how September 11th fits into the scheme of things. Forget "conspiracy theory"! The governments own story about what happened is itself a "conspiracy theory"! We want 9-11 Truth.
By Michael Wolsey
Each week, podcast host Ashley Ahearn will take you “behind-the-news.” You’ll hear conversations with fellow EarthFix journalists and interviews with experts talking about the latest environmental news. The podcast will also feature audio stories from the EarthFix team. Topics include energy, wildlife, water, land, pollution, sustainability, science and more.
This is the first of many podcast to come from green business Leader, TerraCycle. This podcast will keep you up to date with the latest in environmental news, exclusive interviews, great giveaways, and the latest developments for TerraCycle. In this first episode we interviewed Albe Zakes Global VP of Media for TerraCycle. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter.com/TerraCycle, and Like us on Facebook.com/TerraCycle.
Brock Dittus & Brandon Rhodes of Portland, Oregon deliver a weekly review of bicycle lifestyles and simple living strategies in the hopes of describing the various ways that people in Portland and around the world are both investigating and finding answers to the question: how do I simplify the idea of the "good life?" With wit, insight, and good attitudes, Brock & Brandon engage interesting people in conversation and do their best to bring simplicity into focus.
Cast On began on Monday, 31 October, 2005, founded on nothing more than the desire to talk about knitting to people who get it. All the other stuff, about how memories, thoughts, hopes and dreams are knit into the fabric we create, and so become part of the fabric of our lives; about how life and knitting intertwine, and how sometimes you simply cannot tell where one part leaves off the other begins; about how the only thing wrong with the world today is that there is not enough knitting in it, all that came later, over time. Since 2005 the podcast has evolved to focus on finding inspiration in the ordinary, using it to kick start the process of making stuff, and finding ways to carve out the creative time and space that allows you to work your a*s off on the projects that matter most to you. Like knitting a sweater. Or saving the world.
By Brenda Dayne