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Jordan Crucchiola and Amanda Smith believe that not every disaster movie is a disaster. Whether it’s an A-List actor trying to outrun a lava flow, or a C-List actor punching a mutant shark in the face, Jordan and Amanda will find something to love - or to laugh about. Join them every Wednesday as they break down the highs and loves of a beloved (or under appreciated) entry in the disaster movie canon.
 
Disasterina is LA's Most Disastrous Drag Queen, cast member of The Boulet Brother's Dragula Season 2, and star of the OutTv series Sado Psychiatrist! Listen to her get stoopid with her artsy fartsy, weirdo, fabulous frenz! Interviews, original music, comedy skits, trash poetry, obtuse aural segments will infiltrate your safe sound space! SO MANY TASTY EAR BITS!
 
A weekly comedy relationship podcast about the epic disasters in our lives, from crappy jobs to dysfunctional relationships. Hosted by Atlanta podcasters, Cheri and Rick, This Epic Disaster features humor, interviews, pop culture, beer and valuable information you can use when the things in your life go horribly wrong. New show every Monday.
 
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Plan My Disaster

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Plan My Disaster

A BROWN HOUSE STUDIOS PODCAST

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Welcome to Plan My Disaster: A "non-prepper's" guide to personal safety, home preparedness, and disaster planning. Join us as we talk with experts about current trends, resources, guides, and the must have gear for the "non-prepper's" out there, including us.
 
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How to Disaster

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How to Disaster

JENNIFER GRAY THOMPSON

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This podcast is for those who have experienced disaster or want to build in resiliency prior to a disaster. No community should begin at the beginning. Host Jennifer Gray Thompson, Executive Director of After the Fire: Recover. Rebuild. Reimagine., interviews disaster professionals, community members, emergent leaders, and ordinary, yet extraordinary people who bring lessons, strategies, mistakes, triumphs, and humanity forward to help you recover, rebuild, and reimagine.
 
Whether natural or man-made, disasters attract a strange mixture of horror and fascination. However, the spectacle of devastation is only ever one part of the story. Take a closer look, and you will find tales of extraordinary human endurance and heroism, stories that veer from the horrific to the oddly humorous, and lessons that can be learned to make our world safer. From the Titanic to the Costa Concordia, the Station nightclub fire to the Pulse nightclub shooting, these extraordinary eve ...
 
A podcast covering disasters of all kinds throughout history. From tornadoes and earthquakes to mining disasters and arson. From the perspective of a professional fire investigator, I provide the history of the area, a breakdown of how and why the disaster occurs, a timeline of the event, and the resulting aftermath. Sometimes delving into the specific failure mechanisms that occurred if the disaster (or disasters) did not come from nature. Listen along as we go through them together.
 
This podcast is a platform to explore, engage, and educate the emergency management community and will feature guests from diverse emergency management disciplines to discuss mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery topics intended to promote the exchange of ideas and best practices. Episode topics are developed from our team of disaster experts, listeners, and the clients we serve.
 
Adweek's 2020 "Marketing Podcast of the Year." On Lead Balloon, experienced public relations and marketing professionals share tales of the do-or-die situations that defined their strategic communications careers--what went wrong, how they overcame unexpected obstacles, and what they learned in the process. With immersive storytelling and a wry sense of humor, host Dusty Weis revisits epic PR disasters, professional crises and half-baked campaigns gone awry, and usually finds a reason to chu ...
 
The UK's rail network is one of the safest in the world, but this is a reputation that has been hard-won through a dark history of death and destruction. Each of these accidents has helped to prevent another in the future. Signals to Danger is a series of Podcasts exploring and explaining the worst disasters on the UK rail network. Using reports, inquiries, news articles and first hand accounts, we will dive deep into these accidents and understand what went wrong, who was effected and how e ...
 
Life is forever changed when the Rivera sisters, Pilar and Carmen discover they are witches and now apart of the supernatural world. They recruit their closest friends to start a coven...and a podcast. CovenCast: A Disaster's Guide to Magic is a supernatural audio comedy about sisterhood, found family, failure, and finding your magic. Coming 2020
 
The After Disaster is an extremely (un)famous podcast featuring three guys from three very different backgrounds: one was briefly raised in a cult, one was a wild 90's raver, and one was a goody-two-shoes church boy. What was once intended to be a Loveline aftershow (circa 2010) quickly devolved into an absolute orgy of ignorance and a decade of inside jokes that, despite our best efforts, is actually enjoyable from time to time. The show is hosted by filmmaker and former Loveline engineer A ...
 
Salvation Army Disaster Radio is a bi-weekly podcast covering all things related to Salvation Army disaster services and emergency management. The podcast includes audio and video shows. Hosted by a rotating cast of disaster services professionals, topics range from specific issues in emergency management to items of general interest to the casual listener.
 
A podcast exploring the intersection of policy and legislation with disaster preparedness, response and recovery. This podcast brings stakeholders from emergency management, politics, NGOs and others in the field to talk about how their work is influenced by political institutions and processes. Hosted by Jeff Schlegelmilch (@jeffschlegel).
 
Choco?Disaster is your new favorite usually bi-weekly podcast about currently airing anime! Join your new pals ChorpSaway, FutureFriend and JordanKai as they examine new anime, as they air! Also they occasionally talk about the news and make jokes; it's like a three-for-one deal!
 
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In this episode, the Disaster Podcast team gets together to discuss the triaging and management of patients in an active shooter situation. Part of the discussion turns to the recent attack with a bow and arrow in Norway that killed five people. Dr. Joe Holley shares his knowledge and experience based on the situations he’s encountered in recent we…
 
In today's episode, we have a roundtable discussion about why we're so hesitant to do food storage. We also have a fantastic guest for our discussion, Deidre Walbeck, a Master Food Preserver, DIY food how-to gal, and a lifelong food storage planner. We laugh at our crazy food storage issues and focus on real steps for developing a realistic and wel…
 
On December 19, 1997, Silk Air Flight 185 suddenly dove from the sky and crashed into the Musi River, killing all 104 people onboard. Join Shelly in this episode of Take to the Sky: The Air Disaster Podcast as she tells the story of the terrifying crash and the shocking investigation that leads some investigators toward a disturbing conclusion and …
 
This week, we put on our gray business suits and campaign in Ohio, Brianne reveals herself to be a villain, an alligator in someone's pants emerges as a frontrunner, the Midwestern food bracket elicits a strong emotional response, Melanie hopes for a big snake, America is nothing to get excited about, Melanie disrespects the wishes of rougarous and…
 
Reputation management and social media consultant Molly McPherson showed us in Ep. 25 of Lead Balloon how she herself was "Indestructible" following an on-assignment near-death experience. But these days, her consulting practice, her book, her podcast and her online courses all center on helping brands achieve an indestructible reputation. And, at …
 
Podcaster Jacques LaMore's decade in the trenches of DIY Touring informs the conversations he has on his show Pop Punk & Pizza. He talks to Will about growing up outside of Chicago, the cultural intersection of pop punk and pizza, his decade on the road as the frontman of the band The Projection, what he learned about music during that time. How he…
 
This week we Live Die Repeat with one of the best science fiction/action movies of the last decade: Edge of Tomorrow starring the beautiful, smart, funny, and extraordinarily talented Emily Blunt... and some other guy. He isn’t really important. Based on the Japanese novel All You Need Is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka and released in 2014, the film wa…
 
“When the call for evacuation comes, take it seriously. When the fire is coming at you, you don't have any time.” -Gary Jones Episode Description: “All the big decisions in life are before you”, says Gary Jones, a Woolsey Fire survivor. We have heard Gary’s story in part 1 of this interview. This week, Jennifer and Gary discuss practical lessons on…
 
After a huge tidal wave capsizes a luxury liner in the North Atlantic, individual survivors (Josh Lucas, Kurt Russell, Jacinda Barrett) band together and traverse a hazardous upside-down maze that they hope will take them to safety. As the wrecked vessel fills with water, the survivors must call on hidden strengths and skills to face the fight of t…
 
In today's episode, we talk with our amazing food preservationist at Utah State University Extensions Services, Melanie Jewkes for Part 2 in our series, Mastering Food Storage - Non-Prepper style. Our conversation was full of great tips to get your food storage started. Melanie breaks down food storage so it's easy to understand and takes away the …
 
This week we are joined by the creator of the epic Twitter account @PlaguePoems, Zachary Loeb, to discuss his research on the Y2K scare and more broadly technological reliance, narratives of destruction and technocratic fixes that obscure social and political root causes of disaster. Hope you all enjoy it! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebo…
 
Track image from Hurricanes.gov Hurricane Ida struck the Louisiana coast with major disaster winds and dangerous amounts of rainfall causing serious flooding across the state. Emergency Managers there, no strangers to storms and their aftermath, implemented their plans for response and recovery. Today on the show, we have Chris Hector, Administrati…
 
We're back for our Fall/Winter Season, highlighting some amazing stats on what has been happening in the US and around the globe so far in 2021. Remember compounding effects from disasters and everyday life warrant the basics in preparedness planning for everyone. Join us as we hope to inspire you, our Non-Prepper's to focus your baselines establis…
 
Very early in the morning on January 21, 1985, 65 passengers boarded a charter flight from Reno to Minneapolis for the trip home after a quick weekend away. As the plane became airborne, the entire frame began to shake violently. In this week's episode of Take to the Sky: The Air Disaster Podcast, Stephanie shares the story of devastation, shock, a…
 
We're back Non-Preppers! We're excited to be back after the long summer break and then some, but whew, we're back and excited to kick off the Fall/Winter 2021 season to get us back into our preparedness planning mode. If you're new to Plan My Disaster, we'd love to have you join us each week as we explore and establish our own preparedness practice…
 
Established by President Jimmy Carter in the late 70’s, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has responded to every major American disaster over the last 40 years. But for all its many successes, FEMA is also an agency that has struggled with its image in the public eye. Its high-profile failures have dominated the conversation in the media and …
 
This week, Rick has the worst mac & cheese he's ever had. Cheri thinks she may have come close. After receiving a warning by Facebook for a joke to a friend, Rick decides to delete his Facebook account. Cheri and Rick end up taking the conversation to areas that would receive much more than just a warning on Facebook. Our Live Beer Review Is Tiny B…
 
Comedian Taylor Clark's combining his two passions for his new Web Series Comedians in Skate Parks and has the broken leg to show he's putting in the work. He talks to Will about how doing ballet led to him skateboarding, how improv led to him doing stand up, the similarities between skateboarders and comics, his time in NYC, becoming a father, how…
 
On June 9, 2005, Ansett New Zealand Flight 703 crashed when it collided with terrain just 10 miles from the airport in Palmerston, New Zealand. Join Shelly as she shares the story of how a distracted flight crew and faulty systems led to the crash that killed 4 out of 21 people. Don't miss a single legacy: join our Patreon for exclusive air disaste…
 
This week, we learn how to be good citizens, an alligator is thrown through a fast food window, we cave to a year and a half of requests, pot gets framed for asshole genius behavior, and we cover the worst amusement park disaster yet. Content warnings: mentions of drugs, domestic violence 18:15-19:00, horrific death of a child which is the topic of…
 
This week we discuss communication for social change with two scholars who engage deeply with the work of Paulo Freire, and consider the potential for disaster studies to reflect on the legacy of Freire, and public scholarship and education more broadly. Thanks to Dr Ana Cristina Suzina and Prof Thomas Tufte for sharing such incredible insights! Fo…
 
Point North Touring Guitarist Niles Gregory Gibbs's 15 year old self would not believe the places his career has taken him. He talks to Will about Point North's Tour with A Day To Remember and Asking Alexandria (starting 9/29/2021), his live rig for the tour, growing up in upstate NY, moving to Richmond to join the band Broadside, Touring with Andy…
 
“Let the timing flow, be open to finding your space. There is a room for everyone and a need for everyone to participate. We're at a critical point in human evolution where we don't have the luxury of waiting for everyone else to solve the problems. We have to do this together.” -Jacqui Jorgenson Episode Description: Majority of firefighters are vo…
 
100 years ago 6 track workers went to do their job and didn't return. They were run down and killed by a passing train in a tragic loss of life. Join us in commemorating their centenary and find out what happened at Stapleton Road. Thanks to the Railway Work, Life and Death Project for their support and research in creating this episode @RWLDprojec…
 
Retired L.A. County Sheriff’s Office Detective Danny R Smith joins Disaster Podcast co-hosts Sam Bradley and Jamie Davis on this episode. The three of them talk about police response to disaster situations and how they work alongside other first responders to ensure community safety and recovery. Danny shares his recollections of responses to thing…
 
In this week's episode of Take to the Sky: the Air Disaster Podcast, Stephanie takes us through the shocking events that contributed to the crash of Delta Air Lines Flight 1141 on August 31, 1988. As the NTSB attempted to reconstruct the airplane's configuration in search of what could have caused a crash just moments after takeoff, answers came fr…
 
This week, Melanie puts out feelers for cross-stitching listeners, puppy justice takes over Florida, we petition to bring back the name Constance, Melanie gets catfished by a fake Steve Miller Band, and a tea dance goes horrifically wrong. Content warnings: structural collapse, graphic discussion of death and severe physical trauma, graphic discuss…
 
“Fire never has enough. It has an insatiable appetite.” -Gary Jones Episode Description: “911 showed up six days later”, says Gary Jones, a Woolsey Fire survivor. During a fire, you are on your own for days. So one of the biggest decisions we can make during a fire is to heed warnings immediately. On November 8, 2018, a bush fire was reported in Ve…
 
Desperate Acts recorded their new full length State Secrets remotely when the pandemic cancelled their original recording plans. Will talks to Guitarist/Vocalist Matthew Keil about growing up in a small town in Wisconsin, moving to the Twin Cities, what makes midwest punk rock unique from other regions of punk, his roots in the Minnesota Hardcore S…
 
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