17th Mar 2012, 09:35
My Sister has sent me her old iPod. She must have some new contraption, anyway while Mrs Fliegs has had an iPod for a good while with weeks worth of music loaded onto it, I typically lag behind the technology curve. My Dad even has a iPod and listens to a Podcast called car talk by the 'Tapppet' Brothers.
So are there any good Aviation Podcasts? I typed that into google and a heap of them came up, but ppruners, what is good??
17th Mar 2012, 18:53
Betty in the sky with a suitcase is good for a bit of a chuckle. It's put together by a hostie in the US, and is anecdotes from a long haul hostie.
The Fly With Me (http://joepodcaster.libsyn.com/) podcast is pretty good, and the archives are still online, but there has been nothing new for two years now. The author is a working pilot for a major US airline - hopefully too busy flying to podcast.
17th Mar 2012, 19:55
This one is informative and fun too: Airplane Geeks Podcast - Aviation Podcast (http://www.airplanegeeks.com/)
It's American but with sections about the aviation scene in Europe and Australia in each podcast. And no I'm not biased because I've been on it twice ;)
16th Apr 2012, 05:45
Thanks guys was just about to search for this,
I wonder if anyone has some podcasts of their recommendations for training techniques (theory and practical).
Does anyone have any other podcasts they recommend? Maybe something not just from the US - Maybe Australian and European or Asia Pacific?
16th Apr 2012, 23:25
Links to Podcasts & Sites we like « Plane Crazy Down Under (http://www.planecrazydownunder.com/links/links-to-podcasts-sites-we-like/)
Just a link to multiple podcasts etc, Haven't tried them yet.
16th Apr 2012, 23:54
Not really a podcast per se, but much enjoyed a radio show called "Cabin Pressure" by John Finnemore.
BBC - BBC Radio 4 Programmes - Cabin Pressure (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00lmcxj)