Tom MacSweeney presents Maritime Ireland - covering Ireland’s maritime culture, history, tradition and development. All so important to this island nation where the connection with the sea is as old as time itself. A fundamental part of Ireland, socially and economically.
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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.
A podcast about the black experience in the east coast of Canada. Plus other cool stuff.
Maritime Noon is a one-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers. Join host Bob Murphy weekdays from noon to 1 p.m.
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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.
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The AMTI Podcast covers developments in the Asia-Pacific maritime domain, from land reclamation, to fisheries disputes.
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.
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.
Are there risks involved when systems are becoming complex? Have you taken a new approach to evaluate the new risks appearing when moving into the digital world? Meet Fenna van de Merwe has led the writing of the White Paper from DNV called Closing the gap in an era of transformation. It intends to guide maritime stakeholders to control and mitigat…
The CBC's David Burke reports on a rise in heart attacks in NS since the pandemic began because people are fearful they'll catch Covid at the hospital and on the phone-in: Automotive repair with Doug Bethune
The episode covers the closure of the Suez Canal following the grounding of the Ever Given and the impact on shipping, how the Covid-19 pandemic has spurred take up of the e-bill of lading, increased methanol and ammonia as alternative fuels, and the continued growth of the Greek controlled fleet.저자 Informa Markets
In this episode of the Maritime Gardening Podcast, Stefan Sobkowiak joins us to discuss permaculture, and how he uses it in his orchard. Farmer, permaculturalist, teacher, biologist, designer, author and speaker; Stefan Sobkowiak has presented more than 500 seminars and workshops to a whole range of public audiences. In addition to teaching at McGi…
On this edition - Sean Cullen, Head of the Marine and Coastal Unit at the Geological Survey of Ireland and INFOMAR Programme Manager discusses the work of the Research Vessel, RV Keary. And Niamh Stephenson, Media Manager for the RNLI, tells us about saying goodbye to long serving staff and volunteers during the time of Covid. You can stay up to da…
In this episode, we talk to Daisy Badu COO of Paba cosmetics about being a black own family business and the makeup industry The post Black progress in the shade industry (With Daisy Badu) appeared first on Black In The Maritimes.저자 ECG Media
Michael Hatt, the pharmacist at the Medicine Shoppe in Port Hawkesbury, tells us about a decommissioned ambulance that he's using as a Covid-19 vaccination spot, we hear your feedback on the term, "come from away" and on the phone-in: Overcoming sleep problems.
We explore how various people have been affected by the expression "come from away", including artist Christine Nielsen, Zabrina Whitman from Glooscap First Nation, Jeremy Webb from Neptune Theatre and Michelle Ryder who's originally from AB.
CBC meteorologist, Tina Simpkin, brings us up to date information on heavy rain this Easter weekend, we talk with Dr Victor Day with the NS Association of Psychologists about free counselling for people one year after the mass murders in NS and on the phone-in: gardening tips from Marjorie Willison
On this episode we talk to Kyle Gervacy about his life and Canadian fashion The post Creativity among the fashionista (The story of Kyle Gervacy) appeared first on Black In The Maritimes.저자 ECG Media
In this latest In Conversation episode of The Maritime Podcast, Marcus Hand talks with Erik Hånell and takes a deep dive into the thinking behind Stena Bulk’s InfinityMax concept design, and how all, or parts of the design, which combines wet and dry bulk, could be adopted in the coming years. Discussions also focus on future fuel choices including…
Tony Weeks, CEO of the York Care Centre in Fredericton, NB, talks about the number of workers who have been vaccinated, we hear your feedback on dogs now being allowed on patios in NS and on the phone-in: Income tax questions
NS will now allow dog owners to bring their dogs to bar, restaurant and cafe patios, we hear about this year's ice walk on Lennox Island, PEI and on the phone-in: pest control tips
We hear the details of ice jams on the St John River in Perth-Andover, NB and we also speak with River Watch, the owner of a lost gold ring on PEI comes forward, Chef Craig Flinn has Easter cooking & baking ideas and a class in NB makes a Da Vinci ladder.
During the pandemic, we have seen a crew change crises. Seafarers have not been able to travel between the ships that constitute their workplace and their country of residence due to travel restrictions. High-level meetings have been taking place, aiming to get seafarers designated as "key-workers", which would lead to exemption from specific COVID…
We talk with Acting Mayor Eric Marquis in Edmundson, NB, about Zone 4 going back into the Red Zone and a four-day "circuit breaker" due to Covid cases, your feedback on how to be happy and on the phone-in, sommelier, Lesley Quinn explains the joys of wine
-Jennifer Stewart with Parks Canada tells us about an additional 164 hectares that will be added to PEI National Park in Greenwich, we hear your feedback on great teachers and Black-run businesses and on the phone-in, we talk with Michelle Hebert on how to feel happy
On this episode, We talk about Kanye West being a billionaire, Conservative climate change and shooting in Atlanta. The post Kanye’s billions on conservative climate change appeared first on Black In The Maritimes.저자 ECG Media
Robert Mercer, who went to the Halifax School for the Blind, tells us about his book "Mrs Beaton's Question" and the inspirational teacher who helped him, and on the phone-in, we take your calls about all the teachers who had the most impact on your lives
We talk with Dr. Scott Halperin about the call for volunteers to take part in Covid-19 vaccine trials, we hear how the plan to turn a motel in Fredericton, NB, into an affordable housing project hits a snag and on the phone-in: The best ways to encourage Black-run businesses.
Dr. James Bentley in Halifax leads research into a urine test for HPV, officials in PEI must deal with a large hooded seal that blocked a highway and on the phone-in: Jim White takes your questions on painting & staining
CBC meteorologist, Tina Simpkin, provides the details of todays storm on the last day of winter, we hear an update on a mysterious disease in NB and on the phone-in: purchasing a used or new car advice from George Iny with the Automobile Protection Association.
In this latest episode of the Maritime Podcast Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand sat down with Punit Oza, a well-known senior executive in Singapore and beyond to talk about an issue for which he has a real passion – mentorship. Punit Oza’s career has spanned dry cargo shipping and chartering, digitalisation and arbitration. Currently the E…
We talk with three tourism operators in the region to hear how they're feeling now that it appears the Maritime bubble will happen again next month, we hear your feedback on small town living and keeping rural communities alive, and on the phone-in, we talk with Constable Mandy Edwards with the NS RCMP about online luring and how to avoid it…
In this episode, we talk about the British royal family, Grammy awards, and how homes are appraised differently if you’re black in Canada. The post A black home appraisal at the Grammys appeared first on Black In The Maritimes.저자 ECG Media
We talk with Dr Penny Corkum with "Better Nights, Better Days" about new research that's just starting into how the pandemic is affecting the sleep of children, your feedback on organ donation and on the phone-in: Tristan Cleveland on rural community vibrancy
Brenda MacKenzie in Halifax has a friend who's willing to donate a kidney but her not having a family doctor stands in the way of her being an organ donor, Nate Darling of Bedford talks about making NBA history and on the phone-in: question on installing solar panels.
On this edition - We hear about the amazing change at Rosslare Europort, and what happened at the first meeting of the new Seafood Task Force. 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 Spo…
Infectious Diseases specialist, Dr Lisa Barrett talks about the best ways to combat Covid-19 at this juncture in the pandemic, we hear your feedback on Bank Swallows and on the phone-in: As the Academy Award nominations are announced, we hear about the movies that you've enjoyed over the last year and how you saw them.…
Welcome to the 158th episode of the Shipping Podcast, where you meet Captain Thomas Lindegaard Madsen of VENTA MAERSK, Maersk Line, one of the more visible role models in the maritime industry. Thomas has been sailing for almost thirty years and has experience with many different vessels. Currently, his vessel is trading in the Baltic Sea area and …
Ornithology professor, Alain Clavette, comments on bank swallows being declared endangered in NB, on the phone-in: arts & crafts projects to keep kids entertained, and the executive director of L'nuey on PEI is named one of the 25 most powerful women in business in Atlantic Canada.
The region's three Public Officers of Health, Dr Heather Morrison in PEI, Dr Jennifer Russell in NB and Dr Robert Strang in NS take your questions on Covid-19
On this episode we talk to Diani Blanco that is running for city council for the city of Moncton. We also talk about black businesses in Canada and Jay-z selling Tidal. The post She could make history (With Diani Blanco) appeared first on Black In The Maritimes.저자 ECG Media
A Nova Scotia born artist is selling his work around the world without the help of art galleries or auction houses. People are buying James White's work using an emerging form of digital investment called Non-Fungible Tokens or NFTs. On the phone-in: How do you feel about the way the Trudeau government has responded to concern around firearms?…
Andrea Kiehlbauch who grew up with Constable Heidi.Stevenson tells us about a scholarship in her name for a band student at Dr. John Hugh Gillis Regional High School in Antigonish, an elder in Tobique First Nation in NB talks about getting her Covid vaccine and on the phone-in: Weddings during Covid.…
In this episode, Despina Theodosiou Theodosiou, President, WISTA International and joint CEO of Tototheo Maritime reflects on her career as we address one of the industry’s most topical issues – gender equality.저자 Informa Markets
In this episode, Jasmin Fitche Managing Partner of Fichte & Co takes us through her career journey to becoming one of the industry’s most prominent maritime lawyers.저자 Informa Markets
The CBC's Shaina Luck uses data from DFO to update us on lobster stocks, a woman in PEI makes seafood chowder to raise money for seniors who lost items in the fire at Le Chez Nous in January and on the phone-in: Veterinarian Dr. Jeff Goodall answers your pet-care questions.
Straw bale gardens are all the rage these days. People seem to love this seemingly easy way to grow vegetables in bales of straw – but is it all it’s cracked up to be? Thankfully we we author, teacher, master gardener, man of science and myth-buster Robert Pavlis to help us separate fact from fantasy. Robert recently did an experiment where he set …
Chief Gerald Toney from Annapolis Valley First Nation comments on the moderate livelihood fishery, we hear details of the approval of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine approval, a lack of ice in PEI affects mussel harvesting, and on the phone-in: Candy nostalgia
Do you want to be a better paintball player? What if I told you that what you're eating was effecting how you played on the field? My guest is Morgan King, a nutritionist with undergraduate degree in nutrition and dietetics with a minor in kinesiology. On this episode she breaks down what we should be putting into our bodies off the field to get th…
In this episode of The Maritime Podcast David Thomson, Solutions Strategy Manager - Marine, AVEVA answers the audience questions that were asked during AVEVA's webinar, From Digital Shipyard to Digital Ship. Topics include the regulation around digitalization, data collection and operational practices.…
We hear from Gordon Beaton, VP of the MFU in NS, who talks about the moderate livelihood Indigenous fishery, the mayor of Miramichi, Adam Lordon, tells us about Covid-19 testing in the city and on the phone-in: Wildlife sightings with Bob Bancroft
On this episode we talk about the Black history month, New Brunswick salary raise and Jay-z sells ace of spades. The post Hey New Brunswick here is a Nickel appeared first on Black In The Maritimes.저자 ECG Media
We talk with infectious disease specialist, Dr Lisa Barrett about delaying the 2nd dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, we hear your feedback on Airsoft guns, on the phone-in we hear your suggestions for good Stay-cations and the US Coast Guard comments on a rescue at sea of the crew of the Atlantic Destiny…
In this episode of Maritime In Minutes, Seatrade Maritime News, Editor, Marcus Hand takes a look back at the top and trending stories that appeared on Seatrade Maritime News in February. In this episode he covers investments in alternatives and the rise of LNG as marine fuel, as well developments related to methanol and wind-power. The episode also…
The CBC's David Burke tells us about two rival biker gangs in Halifax: Hells Angels and the Outlaws, we hear about a controversy on PEI about Airsoft guns and on the phone-in, we talk about Crohns Disease and Colitis