10 Geeky (and Experimental) Podcasts For Travelers

Finding an easy way to stay connected on vacation can be a hassle, especially with 10 cellular networks and limited Wi-Fi spots. Some solutions? Listen to The Newsnightly Podcast on the BBC World Service,…

10 Geeky (and Experimental) Podcasts For Travelers

Finding an easy way to stay connected on vacation can be a hassle, especially with 10 cellular networks and limited Wi-Fi spots. Some solutions? Listen to The Newsnightly Podcast on the BBC World Service, catch up on the latest Kindle Singles podcasts or listen to special “Batch A, “Batch B” and “Batch C” Netflix content. We’ve picked out ten special episodes that will help you get your fix of news and pop culture while on the road. Just search for #DotTrails on Google. View As: One Page Slides

#DotTrails “DotTrails,” a five-episode series from the National Trust of Scotland, uses big data to pinpoint and develop historical routes of travel throughout England and Scotland. To learn more about the work of the National Trust, check out the site of the first recorded road in Scotland.

#HuffPost Live Audience members will hear from people on a variety of topics, from politics to pop culture. The series also touches on immigration issues, outdoor destinations and the stock market.

#DotTrails “DotTrails,” a five-episode series from the National Trust of Scotland, uses big data to pinpoint and develop historical routes of travel throughout England and Scotland. To learn more about the work of the National Trust, check out the site of the first recorded road in Scotland.

#ThereCouldBeAnInformationTrust Radio listeners will hear about new or potential future initiatives to help improve information access in newsrooms and other organizations. The series, “There Could Be An Information Trust,” also features the life of the founder of the Information Trust Trust, Scott Olsen.

#EarlyBirdcomedyThe newest digital comedy from MTV’s Digital Studios, “Early Bird” features breakthrough comedians Sean Ryan and Edward Gandy as they spend a summer in Chicago to launch a new podcast. It also offers the insight of a new podcasting practitioner.

#Batch C Netflix Prime Playlists are little more than random tunes or “categories,” a feature designed to match the preferences of pre-programmed video streams. But “Batch C” is an entirely original playlist featuring popular music videos from YouTube creators. It serves as a temporary window into the cinematic lives of the vloggers behind some of YouTube’s most popular creators.

#PoetryWashingtonPost.com presents a new series called “Hopefuls Poetry.” Filmed before a live audience at the newly opened Rock Creek Park Conservatory in Arlington, this 20-minute series features the five hottest new young poets who are wowing judges, performers and readers. Each episode is sure to inspire you with poetry of all forms.

#HuffPostLive Audience members will hear from people on a variety of topics, from politics to pop culture. The series also touches on immigration issues, outdoor destinations and the stock market.

#DotTrails “DotTrails,” a five-episode series from the National Trust of Scotland, uses big data to pinpoint and develop historical routes of travel throughout England and Scotland. To learn more about the work of the National Trust, check out the site of the first recorded road in Scotland.

#DotTrails “DotTrails,” a five-episode series from the National Trust of Scotland, uses big data to pinpoint and develop historical routes of travel throughout England and Scotland. To learn more about the work of the National Trust, check out the site of the first recorded road in Scotland.

#BritsburghNick Cave and Kylie Minogue’s “Dressed to Kill” cover takes a cue from the Peter Greenaway-directed 1967 film “Tosca,” which follows an opera fanatic’s search for lost fragments of the work. The streaming-only special tells the story behind the spirited and oft-bootlegged performance of “Dressed to Kill.”

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