Norway – New podcasts

  • Every week we have conversations with the most successful people in our network. We learn their stories and the lessons learned before diving in and getting the real "meat." Every single show has actionable takeaways that listeners can implement in their own life or business. We focus on topics around traffic, brand awareness, wealth growth, podcasting, marketing automation, mindset, lifestyle, and business systematization but have been known to go pretty "off script" from time to time to discuss a wide variety of topics to help people improve their lives. We describe our show as "A Life Improvement Podcasting Masquerading As A Business Podcast."

  • Jim og Pernille snakker om film, TV-serier og alt annet som ikke har noe med saken å gjøre. Mørkredd er en forlengelse av Skrekkpodden.

  • En lavbudsjetts-podcast som tar opp problemstillinger som du mest sannsynlig aldri trenger å ta hensyn til i løpet av livet ditt, men som vi fortsatt skal ta på alvor. Det vil også være forskjellige nyskapende spalter underveis i episodene.

  • Music from around the world, around the block and many decades

  • Ikkje berre spelar dei den tyngste, hardeste, og mest brutale musikken på norsk radio men du får farlig med pisspreik på kjøpet og! Gammal metal ruster aldri og Piggtråd sørger for at du ikkje gløymer det!

  • Welcome to Revolver Magazine’s “World’s Loudest Podcast.” Tune in every other week to hear the latest news, music and interviews with special guests from the world of hard rock and heavy metal.

  • Medier24s podkast om medier, journalistikk, PR/kommunikasjon, sosiale medier, samfunn og teknologi.

  • Nord-Norges største og beste forum for den nordnorske debatt - på nett. Delta med dine meninger om samfunn, næringsliv, politikk og kultur i nord.

  • Douze nouvelles dans lesquelles Guy de Maupassant pose un regard ironique, voire pessimiste, sur la société française de la fin du XIXe siècle. (Par Didier)

  • EVERY age, every race, has its leaders and heroes. There were over sixty distinct tribes of Indians on this continent, each of which boasted its notable men. The names and deeds of some of these men will live in American history, yet in the true sense they are unknown, because misunderstood. I should like to present some of the greatest chiefs of modern times in the light of the native character and ideals, believing that the American people will gladly do them tardy justice. (Summary from the text)

  • PA Books features authors of books about Pennsylvania-related topics. These hour-long conversations allow authors to discuss both their subject matter and inspiration behind the books.

  • Henrik Ibsen's The Master Builder, first published in 1892, is about architect Halvard Solness, who despite personal tragedy (including the death of his two sons) has risen to the top of his profession. He has succeeded partly through ruthless competition and exploitation and partly through a seeming ability to force his will on others. His unhappy wife Aline mourns for their lost life, and resents his interest in various young women, including his bookkeeper Kaia Fosli. Solness disregards the ambitions of other architects, including Knut Brovik and his son Ragnar, and seeks solace in the advice of family physician and friend Dr. Herdal. With the entrance of Hilda Wangel, a young woman whom he met as a child ten years ago, his life acquires a new focal point, one that will mean the end of him. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett)Cast:

    Halvard Solness: Bruce Pirie
    Aline Solness: Arielle Lipshaw
    Dr. Herdal: Andy Minter
    Knut Brovik: Lars Rolander
    Ragnar Brovik: mb
    Kaia Fosli: Availle
    Hilda Wangel: Elizabeth Klett
    Narrator: Guero

    Audio edited by: Elizabeth Klett

  • We're reading the Harry Potter novels and podcasting about them! Join us as we walk down the halls of memory and of Hogwarts, Hoggy Warty Hogwarts!

    We are Alice Sullivan (@alicemsullivan), Micah Sparkman, and Jeff Lake (@jeff_lake).

  • A collection of Good Omens fanfiction, performed by Starcatcher Betty Support this podcast:

  • News from Nowhere (1890) is a classic work combining utopian socialism and soft science fiction written by the artist, designer and socialist pioneer William Morris. In the book, the narrator, William Guest, falls asleep after returning from a meeting of the Socialist League and awakes to find himself in a future society based on common ownership and democratic control of the means of production. In this society there is no private property, no big cities, no authority, no monetary system, no divorce, no courts, no prisons, and no class systems. This agrarian society functions simply because the people find pleasure in nature, and therefore they find pleasure in their work. In the novel, Morris tackles one of the most common criticisms of socialism; the supposed lack of incentive to work in a communistic society. Morris' response is that all work should be creative and pleasurable. (Summary by Wikipedia)

  • Boss Wummin' is a podcast about Women, Comedy and Business. It's hosted by Karen and Katy Koren, the mother daughter powerhouse team behind the Edinburgh Fringe venue, Gilded Balloon.

    Listen as Katy asks her mum important business advice to help her take the reins in running a company in the world of comedy.

  • The Engineering IRL podcast is here to help improve problem solving skills for all people by breaking down engineering design concepts and applying them to real life.

    Engineers are the professional problem solvers and they solve both simple and complex problems.

    Use this engineering podcast to learn passively and gain some insights to problem solving ideas and techniques you can use in real life.

    Better Problem Solving. Better designs. Better Engineers.

  • Conversations with people, mostly those who are not so visible in the media, but who executes important work for the Arts.