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The Maritime History Podcast is a chronological look at maritime history and its numerous facets. Beginning with ancient history, the podcast looks at trade, exploration, boat and ship-building, economics, and the relationship between the ocean and the development of society and culture throughout history. Learn more about the podcast at http://maritimehistorypodcast.com.
 
On the go and on demand, The Maritime Podcast, brought to you by Seatrade Maritime, delivers news and updates on shipping's most pertinent topics and conversations. With a focus on the leading trends in the industry. Hosted by a team of highly experienced correspondents across Asia, the Middle East, Europe and America, The Maritime Podcast has a focus on operational, regulatory and technology related topics, including interviews with key executives – all free to listen to.
 
The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who make the world go around. Listen to the maritime professionals sharing their passion for shipping and how they see the future.
 
Radio Stingray is a monthly podcast brought to you by the Maritime Union of Australia Sydney Branch. It continues the legacy of generations of maritime workers communicating with each other using the latest platforms. The podcast is designed to be entertaining and informative with industrial rounds, reports by Officials and rank and filers, campaign updates, upcoming events, and special features. Bringing news and information from a working class perspective on matters important to workers i ...
 
EXPERIENCE MARITIME MAINE celebrates the rich heritage, culture and dramatic natural beauty of Maine’s Coast. SALTS & WATER is a new 6-part podcast series by award-winning producer Rob Rosenthal for Experience Maritime Maine that takes you on a very unique journey on the Maine coasts of Eastport, Stonington, Searsport, Rockland, Bath, and Portland.
 
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The Boats of the "Glen Carrig" by William Hope Hodgson is a horror/survival novel where survivors of a shipwreck, clinging to the remaining lifeboats, contend with the weird and terrifying elements of a strange land. Part 2 contains chapter 5 through 8. Part 1 can be found here. Chapter 5 - The Great Storm Chapter 6 - The Weed-Choked Sea Chapter 7 …
 
Join Capt. Mohamed Al Yahyaei, Chief Harbour Master, AD Ports Group as he talks to Emma Howell, Seatrade Maritime Director of Digital about his journey from maritime academy to his current role at AD Ports Group. This Masterclass podcast explores how Capt. Mohamed, as an Emirati, took a different path than expected to join the maritime sector and h…
 
65 year-old Andrea Saulnier went hiking in the White Rock Recreational Area in Hillsborough, NB, and got disoriented. Her cellphone was dying and it was getting dark. Dan McIntosh came and helped. We hear from firefighters on PEI who warn about nuisance fires this Halloween. And on the phone-in: Bob Bancroft takes your wildlife questions…
 
On this edition - Exploiting Irish fihsermen. The problem is the EU's Common Fisheries Policy. Presented by Tom MacSweeney - https://twitter.com/tommacsweeneySound Supervision by Justin Maher - https://twitter.com/jusmaher Discover comprehensive maritime coverage at https://tommacsweeneymarine.ie Tom MacSweeney's Maritime Ireland is broadcast on 18…
 
Making maritime your port of call by describing an industry that is global, green and going digital. THE PLACE TO BE. Ley Hoon Quah, Chief Executive, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, MPA, sounds very enthusiastic when describing the maritime industry. She has seen the potential for our industry to become one of the most wanted workplaces b…
 
Bent Erik Bjørkli is vice President and Head of the Kognifai Partner Program, Digital Ocean, at Kongsberg Digital. He believes in a more efficient, collaborative and transparent maritime industry, using digitization as a tool to make it happen. He sees it as his job is to offer the best combined solutions through external partnerships with the earl…
 
This week we are joined by Ty McFly, the guy behind Cape Breton County Paintball to talk about his field, what his plans are for the future and how he wants to positively impact paintball in the region. As always we want to hear from you so please reach out via Social Media @MaritimePaintballPodcast or by email maritimepaintballpodcast@outlook.com…
 
It’s the beginning of Fall and it’s time to start thinking about next year’s garden – and that means soil preparation! Thankfully we have author, teacher, master gardener, man of science and myth-buster Robert Pavlis – fresh off writing his new book: “Soil Science for Gardeners” – to help us improve our understanding of how we can work with nature …
 
We talk with Michael Easter, a software developer on PEI, who created a graph that sorts PEI's MLAs by their zodiac sign. Mike Folsom of Houlton, Maine, tells us about all the mail that Canadians have had sent to his business but weren't able to pick up since COVID hit. And on the phone-in: Memorable Halloween costumes.…
 
Halloween is again upon us! This year we have a nautical horror novel to keep us company. The Boats of the "Glen Carrig" by William Hope Hodgson is a horror/survival novel where survivors of a shipwreck, clinging to the remaining lifeboats, contend with the weird and terrifying elements of a strange land. Part 1 contains the first 4 chapters and wi…
 
We talk with Karen Theriault from Feed NS about the impact of rising food and fuel prices on foodbanks in the region, especially as we head into winter. A grade 8 class in Summerside, PEI, rescues a small owl from a murder of crows. And on the phone-in: How is burnout affecting you?
 
Neil Lovitt with Turner Drake and Partners explains some possible unintended consequences of extending the deadline for rent control in NS as part of the new provincial housing strategy. We hear about 21 year-old Cameron Gordon on PEI who has Down Syndrome and got a standing ovation at a recent dance event while having the time of his life. And on …
 
A special event episode of The Maritime Podcast– The decarbonisation debate at CMA Shipping 2021 – provides a snapshot of viewpoints from leading executive attending the event last week on the challenges shipping faces in its voyage to decarbonise operations. The CMA Shipping 2021 exhibition and conference held in mid-October was one of the first l…
 
High school students on PEI voice their opposition to sexism and Green Party MLA, Lynne Lund, talks about the seriousness of this problem overall and why it needs to be addressed. We hear your feedback on your most memorable teachers. And on the phone-in: Author, Alice Burdick, talks about her new cookbook and we hear about your favourite comfort f…
 
Diane Harpell, who's a pharmacist in Dartmouth and chair of the Pharmacy Association of Nova Scotia, comments on the big demand for flu shots this season. She says her phone has been ringing off the hook. And on the phone-in: Coastal erosion. Our guest is Rosmarie Lohnes
 
We speak with Moncton councillor Shawn Crossman about the controversy over a proposal to replace the old police station on Main Street with a new 57 million dollar station for the RCMP. We hear your feedback on EVs. And on the phone-in: Memorable teachers
 
Erin MacKinnon in Portapique, NS, tells us about a new playground that was officially opened just steps away from her home. It's intended to help the community heal after last year's mass murder. We hear from the mom of Luke Allen on PEI who comments on the drug, Trikafta, being funded on the Island. And on the phone-in: Electric vehicles…
 
Jeremie Saunders who's now 33 and has Cystic Fibrosis talks about being elated that the drug Trikafta has been funded in NS and also NB. He says it'll likely extend his life. We hear your feedback on changes in the workforce. And on the phone-in: Jim White on painting & staining
 
Fisherman Jimmy Atkinson and Ronnie Newel who runs Island Tax & Accounting provide an update on the money the federal government is clawing back after paying lobster fishermen Covid relief money. We hear about job vacancies in the NS health care sector. And on the phone-in: David Campbell of Jupia talks about the changing workforce.…
 
Alicia Weeks who runs a boutique in St Stephen, NB, speaks about the importance of the US land border opening up soon to Canadians who are double vaxxed. Norbert Carpenter, the director of the public school branch on PEI, speaks about lessons learned following the outbreak of COVID at the beginning of the school year at West Royalty Elementary Scho…
 
Sarah Warford who's renovating her Hydrostone property in the North End of Halifax finds old letters and photos, including a "mystery woman" from about a century ago. She's looking for help to identify her. We hear about fisheries research vessels off PEI. And on the phone-in: Appliance repair with Aaron Publicover.…
 
On this edition - There are about 30 million shipping containers and 6,000 container ships around the world, but what about their safety and security? We hear about the offshore island communities, that they’ve had enough Government reports about their future and it’s time action was taken, we capture a special moment for an RNLI lifeboat Coxswain …
 
This week we had to change directions due to a schedule issue and thought we would talk about Paintball Facebook Groups. We want to discuss why there are so many, who creates them and why. Obviously this is an opinion piece and we want to hear from you and what you think. Please reach out on Social Media @MaritimePaintballPodcast or by email mariti…
 
In this latest episode In Conversation of the Maritime Podcast Claudia Ohlmeier, President of WISTA Germany, talks to Marcus Hand, Seatrade Maritime News Editor, ahead of the WISTA International AGM and Conference in Hamburg. The conversation takes a preview of some of the topics to be discussed at the conference with a particular focus on the envi…
 
According to Patrick Verhoeven and the IAPH, Smart, Autonomous, and Integrated is the signum of a future port. Listen to Patrick talking about what areas the trade association for ports around the world has identified as focus areas moving forward. Bunkering - alternative fuels, which and how much? Onshore power - cold ironing ports Incentives - ho…
 
Frank Ansems of North Alton, NS, grows a huge gourd that so far this season, is the biggest in North America. We hear about improvements at the Mark Arendz Provincial Ski Park on PEI. On the phone-in: Wine. And at the end of the show, we hear an update on the turkey industry.
 
Melissa Boland in Middle Sackville, NS, tells us about her cancelled plans to travel to Saint John for Thanksgiving because of the new Covid rules in NB. We hear an update on the coroner's inquest into the death of Rodney Levi in Miramichi, NB. And on the phone-in: How safe do you feel on a bike in your community?…
 
Donna Linton, co-ordinator at the food bank in St Stephen, NB, explains how many families her organization will be able to supply with venison once the "nuisance deer" meat program begins in her area. We hear your feedback on cycling safety. And on the phone-in: Tiny homes
 
The latest In Conversation podcast from The Maritime Podcast features and exclusive conversation with Abu Dhabi Ports Group on World Maritime Day. World Maritime Day is celebrated annually and provides an opportunity to focus attention on the importance of shipping and other maritime activities. This year’s theme is - Seafarers: At the Core of Ship…
 
David Hickey, a 26 year-old city councillor in Saint John, NB, tells us about how a weekend getaway to PEI alerted him to the fact that he's positive for Covid-19, despite being double vaxxed. And Infectious Diseases specialist, Dr. Lisa Barrett explains how these cases happen. And on the phone-in: Thanksgiving supper tips from Chef Craig Flinn.…
 
Lil MacPherson, founder and co-owner of the Wooden Monkey restaurant in Halifax, NS, tells us about an incident where people were rude to her staff over masks and vaccines. Jean-Marc Picard, the executive director of the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association, objects to new COVID tests at the PEI border. And on the phone-in: Doug Bethune.…
 
In this episode of the Maritime in Minutes series we’ll be taking the listener on a look back through some of the most important stories in shipping and maritime over the month of September. Stories featured in this episode: - Shipping’s decarbonisation becoming a bigger challenge - Container lines rack-up ‘amazing’ $28.6bn profit in Q2 - Euroseas …
 
The CBC's Rachel Cave describes the frustration of Rhoda Levi, sister of Rodney Levi, after the latest proceedings at a coroner's inquest in Miramichi, NB, into Rodney's death. He was killed by police in 2020. We hear about two brothers on PEI who are home-schooled handymen. And on the phone-in: Marjorie Willison…
 
This week we planned to talk about the Canadian Magfed Competition, aka the CMC, but the event has unfortunately been postponed. So instead we decided to talk a little bit about the CMC but then take a journey talking about all the cool things happening in the world of paintball and tackle the age old question...is paintball dying? (spoiler alert, …
 
This week were joined by the First Strike guy himself, Ben Larson, to talk about the recent price increases on First Strike products (and everything else in the world), the huge back log of First Strike Round orders and of course answer your questions from the live chat. As always we want to hear from you so please reach out on Social Media @Mariti…
 
This week were joined by the fellas from Team Canada U19 who are fresh off the planes where they gave it their all in France at the NXL Europe event. The boys managed to get 4th place at the tournament but they took 1st place in our hearts. **A note about this episode, we apologize for the poor audio quality of this episode as having this many gues…
 
Sven-Eric Brooks is a business manager and IoT evangelist. He has studied at the University of Warsaw and holds an executive MBA in shipping and logistics from Copenhagen Business School. He has over 20 years of experience in the maritime industry with expertise in integrated bridge systems, smart and connected vessels and chip operations. He was b…
 
Chief Annie Bernard-Daisley and Elder Alma Brooks speak about the importance of building resiliency centres for Indigenous women in every province and territory. And on the phone-in: We hear your thoughts on what can be done about rowdy student parties
 
We talk with Pierre Comeau who says his community group has an extension in the effort to save Eglise Sainte-Marie -- North America's largest wooden church. Chief Darlene Bernard of Lennox Island First Nation on PEI discusses National Truth and Reconciliation Day. And on the phone-in: Rural renaissance.…
 
Chris Majka who lives in the south end of Halifax describes the chaos over the weekend when a massive street party erupted in his neighbourhood. We hear concerns about service interruptions at Hôtel-Dieu Saint-Joseph hospital in Saint Quentin, NB. And on the phone-in: Silvia Jay shares tips on dog behaviours.…
 
On this edition - Women dockers. Has the walrus really gone home? And a new €25m ship honours Ireland's legendary explorer. You can stay up to date with Tom MacSweeney's Maritime Ireland by subscribing to the show on Apple Podcasts here:https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/tom-macsweeneys-maritime-ireland/id1451636162 or on Spotify here:https://sp…
 
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