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30 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tim Flannery. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tim Flannery, often where they are interviewed.

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30 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tim Flannery. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tim Flannery, often where they are interviewed.

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9-10 Former Giants 3B coach Tim Flannery joins P&L to break down Pablo Sandoval's great career

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Tim Flannery breaks down Pablo's amazing career as a Giant, him getting DFA'd, and watching him develop from a kid to an All-Star. 

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Sep 10 2020 · 10mins
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Tim Flannery, Adriana Vergés, Rebecca Huntley & Emma Johnston: We Need to Talk About Climate Change

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In January we watched helplessly as Australia burned. Over 18 million hectares were destroyed, and more than a billion animals were killed. It was clear to those on both sides of politics that Australia needed immediate climate action. Flash forward and the all-encompassing nature of COVID-19 has made it almost impossible to talk about anything else, but the imperatives of climate change have not gone away. So how do we restart the conversation on climate?

In Australia, despite the work of our world-leading scientists, climate change is a vexed political topic, rather than a question of science and policy. As we grapple with the new normal of bushfires and water shortages, on top of pandemic recovery, how can we take the politics out of these important issues? How can we bring communities together to think about change? Join climate scientist and author of The Future Eaters and The Weather Makers, Tim Flannery, marine ecologist Adriana Vergés, social researcher, author of How to Talk About Climate Change in a Way That Makes a Difference, Rebecca Huntley and marine biologist and Dean of Science at UNSW Sydney, Emma Johnston to find out how we might turn these pressing climate conversations into climate solutions.
Sep 02 2020 · 57mins
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The Explorers (feat. Tim Flannery)

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Elana takes over the edit, for a conversation with Prof. Tim Flannery, on account of his book The Explorers, full of the diary entries of Australian Colonial Explorers, including William Wills. As a subplot, Tom commissions vocalist and sound designer Nicole Smede to make a theme song... that will probably turn up in the show.
Aug 27 2020 · 38mins
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From the Festivals — Tim Flannery on Europe's bizarre prehistory

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Europe's startling deep past explained: pygmy dinosaurs, blue-eyed Neanderthals; and how an asteroid the size of Manhattan ruptured everything (R)
May 29 2020 · 53mins
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Tim Flannery Sheltering in a Cool Place, Part 2

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Former Giants coach Tim Flannery opens up to John Shea on his music, Jackson Browne, his years with Bruce Bochy, and his memories from the 2010 championship season a decade later in the second of two parts. | Coronavirus updates: sfchronicle.com/coronavirus | Giants Splash Newsletter: sfchronicle.com/giantsnewsletter

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Apr 24 2020 · 19mins
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Tim Flannery Sheltering in a Cool Place

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Former Giants coach Tim Flannery opens up to John Shea on his life during the coronavirus pandemic, his music, his remote cabin and his from-the-heart feelings on an uncertain future in the first of two parts. Tim also tells one of the funniest stories you’ve ever heard. | Coronavirus updates: sfchronicle.com/coronavirus | Giants Splash Newsletter: sfchronicle.com/giantsnewsletter

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Apr 22 2020 · 23mins
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What it means to be the Aussie voice of climate change: Tim Flannery (Rebroadcast)

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Professor Tim Flannery has devoted his life to fighting climate change. His best-seller “The Weather Makers” remains the second highest-selling book on climate change of all time. This ultimately made him the Australian voice of the debate. In this episode, he shares his views about the recent grassroots movement of the younger generation demanding change. He also gives insights into his life and what the personal costs are of challenging international players and companies.

Here you can find out more about Tim´s work:
https://australianmuseum.net.au/about/history/exhibitions/trailblazers/tim-flannery/ https://www.climatecouncil.org.au/author/tim-flannery/
This Episode of Talking Australia is hosted by Angela Heathcote (Digital Producer at Australian Geographic) and produced by Ben Kanthak (www.beachshackpodcasts.com).

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Apr 10 2020 · 22mins
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Amanpour: Mohammad Marandi, Chris Murphy, Ayad Allawi, Stephen Hadley and Tim Flannery

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Mohammad Marandi, chair of American studies at the University of Tehran, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the shocking targeted strike on one of Iran's top generals, Qasem Soleimani. He was killed in an U.S. airstrike whilst he was visiting Iraq and it has prompted both celebration and deep concern for how this will impact the already tense relations between the two nations. Democratic Senator Chris Murphy explains why this violates congressional rules and procedures and how the House plan to stop what they see as President Trump waging an undemocratic war in Iran. Ayad Allawi, the former Prime Minister of Iraq, reflects on the fact this controversial and deadly airstrike occurred on his country's soil. In response, Iraq voted to expel U.S. forces and President Trump is threatening sanctions if they make good on their word. Allawi digs down into what he sees are the next steps for the players involved. Stephen Hadley, former U.S. National Security Advisor, unpacks the strength of the evidence for Soleimani's killing. Lastly, Tim Flannery, the man at the helm of Climate Council Australia, talks passionately about the devastating fires that are consuming Australia killing millions of animals in its wake. He explains about the science and policy that is causing this crisis.

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Jan 06 2020 · 56mins
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Hypersexual cities, pasta grannies, Tim Flannery and a haptic suit

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Nov 01 2019 · 1hr 19mins
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Australian scientist - Tim Flannery

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Meteorologists at the UN say the last four years were globally the hottest on record. Sean Ley talks to one of Australia's most eminent scientists who argues that current warming is 'unparalleled' in 2,000 years. Climate change, he says is happening 30 times faster than the melting of the ice at the last Ice Age. Is the political will to save the planet melting too?

(Photo: Prof Tim Flannery in the Hardtalk studio)
Aug 05 2019 · 23mins
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