A podcast that’s enthusiastic about linguistics by Gretchen McCulloch and Lauren Gawne
A weekly show about linguistics, the science of language
The podcast about linguistic discrimination. Learn about how we judge other people's speech as a sneaky way to be racist, sexist, classist, etc. Carrie and Megan teach you how to stop being an accidental jerk
forensic linguistics, literary detection, language mysteries, and more
Why do we love some accents and hate others? Why do we talk differently in different situations? Does learning a new language really teach you to think differently?
In this podcast, I examine the eccentricities of language and identity; how the way we talk connects to who we are.
A PODCAST ABOUT LANGUAGE
BY HELEN ZALTZMAN
The World in Words podcast is about language — everything from bilingual education to the globalization of English to Icelandic insults.
Conlangery is a weekly podcast created by conlangers, for conlangers. Every week, George, William, and our guests talk about a conlanging- or linguistics-related topic or feature a conlang or natlang to discuss in-depth.
The term conlang stands for constructed language, that is a language that has been artificially constructed, usually by a single author, as opposed to natural languages (natlangs), which originated far back in human prehistory and evolved naturally from then on. If you’d like to learn more about conlangs and conlanging, feel free to have a listen.
Canguro English presents a podcast about language for people learning languages. Just another part of my mission to change the way the world learns English. Education should be FREE and FUN.
The spoken history of a global language
That's What They Say is a weekly segment on Michigan Radio that explores our changing language.University of Michigan English Professor Anne Curzan studies linguistics and the history of the English language. Each week she'll discuss why we say what we say with Michigan Radio Weekend Edition host Rebecca Kruth.
A Way with Words is an upbeat and lively hour-long public radio show and podcast about language examined through history, culture, and family. Each week, author/journalist Martha Barnette and lexicographer/linguist Grant Barrett talk with callers about slang, old sayings, new words, grammar, word origins, regional dialects, family expressions, and speaking and writing well. They settle disputes, play word quizzes, and discuss language news and controversies. The show, on the air since 1998, is heard weekly by more than a half-million listeners over the air across the United States and around the world by podcast. The show is produced by Wayword, Inc., a small independent nonprofit unaffiliated with any station or network.
LangFM tells the stories of interesting people from the world of language: interpreters, translators, dialect coaches and many more.
Animalogy is a podcast about the animal-related words and expressions we use every day and how they reflect and affect our relationship with animals. Animalogy is changing the way we talk — and think — about animals.
Wordy Wordpecker with Rachel Lopez. A podcast that looks at how words have changed over time and the crazy journeys they took to become what they are today.
Each week, your host Rachel will breakdown fascinating words and why they mean what they mean. So, if the word curious piques your curiosity and if you want to know what's behind the word silhouette or rather who's behind it, this is just the podcast for you!
??Very Bad Words is a podcast created by producer ?Matt Fidler? about our complex relationship with swearing and taboo language.
A podcast about how words change over time
Language moves fast-and Word Bomb is here to help. Unpacking one explosive word per week, hosts Pippa Johnstone and Karina Palmitesta talk to experts and dive deep into lived experiences to share stories the dictionary doesn't tell you.
Podcast of the Macquarie Dictionary - the dictionary of Australian English
Ever find yourself in a conversation about race and identity where you just get...stuck? Code Switch can help. We're all journalists of color, and this isn't just the work we do. It's the lives we lead. Sometimes, we'll make you laugh. Other times, you'll get uncomfortable. But we'll always be unflinchingly honest and empathetic. Come mix it up with us.
How are the things we're talking about being talked about somewhere else in the world? Gregory Warner tells stories that follow familiar conversations into unfamiliar territory. At a time when the world seems small but it's as hard as ever to escape our echo chambers, Rough Translation takes you places.