Top Rated Geography Podcasts

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Isn't That Spatial is a podcast dedicated to casual geography and the spatial component of whatever. Topics cover urban planning, the geography of dive bars, urban oddities, and other good stuff.
Présentation de la collection Le Brésil vu par les géographes.
Over 320 people attended the UCL–China Research Festival, a showcase of the variety and volume of the university’s research collaborations with Chinese institutions held at UCL on 13 June 2008. Academics, students, businesspeople and members of the public were treated to a total of nearly 30 presentations and poster displays on architecture and urban planning; biomaterials; archaeology and traditional medicine; medicine; psychology and social science; mapping; the environment; and chemistry and space.
The inauguration of the UCL Urban Laboratory. The UCL Urban Laboratory, established in 2005, is a university wide initiative to bring together the best urban teaching and research at UCL. Their activities build on the full spectrum of work at UCL across the arts and sciences ranging from civil engineering to film studies, from urban history to the latest developments in architectural design.
Professeurs, économistes, géographes, urbanistes, échangent sur les enjeux de la ville du futur.
The inauguration of the UCL Urban Laboratory. The UCL Urban Laboratory, established in 2005, is a university wide initiative to bring together the best urban teaching and research at UCL. Their activities build on the full spectrum of work at UCL across the arts and sciences ranging from civil engineering to film studies, from urban history to the latest developments in architectural design.
UCL geographers, working with a London community action charity, have provided residents’ groups with technology and expertise to enable noise-mapping activities across the capital.
Présentation de la collection Sciences de la terre.
Become geographically and culturally literate in this globalized world with The Lost Geographer podcast. Learn facts and interesting information about different countries with the unfiltered truth, bypassing media bias and hearing it directly from the source, as well as how to travel smart from experts.
Autumn 2012 - UCL's Lunch Hour Lecture Series is an opportunity for anyone to sample the exceptional research work taking place at the university, in bite-size chunks. Speakers are drawn from across UCL and lectures frequently showcase new research and recent academic publications. Lunch Hour Lectures require no pre-booking, are free to attend and are open to anyone on a first-come, first-served basis.
Over 320 people attended the UCL–China Research Festival, a showcase of the variety and volume of the university’s research collaborations with Chinese institutions held at UCL on 13 June 2008. Academics, students, businesspeople and members of the public were treated to a total of nearly 30 presentations and poster displays on architecture and urban planning; biomaterials; archaeology and traditional medicine; medicine; psychology and social science; mapping; the environment; and chemistry and space.
UCL geographers, working with a London community action charity, have provided residents’ groups with technology and expertise to enable noise-mapping activities across the capital.
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