20 Best Waterfall Podcasts of 2021

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Are you wanting to learn more about waterfall ? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best waterfall podcasts of 2021.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

We are always keen to hear your feedback, if we have missed a podcast, tweet us @MagazineWelp and we will check it out!

Best Waterfall Podcasts 2021

With thanks to ListenNotes, Crunchbase, SemRush and Ahrefs for providing the data to create and rank these podcasts.

Sleep Meditation Podcast 😴Relaxing Sounds To Helps You Sleep, ASMR Sleep Triggers & Sleep Sounds

  • Publisher: ASMR Sleep Triggers
  • Total Episodes: 430

Can’t sleep? Try the new sleep app, Slow, here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com You spend 1/3 of your life sleeping so do it well. Sleep is your superpower. On this podcast, you will find; Relaxing nature sounds, sleep soundscapes, binaural beats, deep sleep sounds, rain sounds, ocean sounds, ocean waves, white noise machines, thunderstorms, waterfall sounds, baby sleep sounds, tinnitus masker sounds, jungle, forest sounds, relaxing music, and guided sleep meditations. Feel free to comment your ideas in a review, what type of sleep sound you want to have uploaded to this podcast?

The End of Time and Other Bothers

  • Publisher: Fable and Folly Productions
  • Total Episodes: 63

An improvised fantasy roleplaying game set in the world of Alba Salix, Royal Physician. We use the Dungeon World roleplaying system and improv to weave a tale of flightless fairies, half-demons and cafeteria line workers, dystopian empires, magical waterfalls and mysterious books. Oh, and the end of time—that’s in there somewhere too.

The Pond Digger Podcast

  • Publisher: Eric Triplett
  • Total Episodes: 69

If you love Waterfalls, Koi, Ponds, Goldfish, Turtles, Ducks, Rock, Fountains and quite frankly anything to do with water features, then you’re in the right spot! Be warned, you are in the SplashZone when listening to this podcast hosted by Eric Triplett, AKA The Pond Digger. Eric a veteran water feature design, construction, and instructional specialist passionate about his craft. He will be sharing Pond Pro Tips from his personal experiences in the water feature business on the podcast. You will be exposed to both successes and failures in his business journey with a goal in mind to help people shorten their learning curve in this wonderful hobby and business. Hang On for a Fun Ride……

Relaxing White Noise

  • Publisher: Relaxing White Noise, LLC
  • Total Episodes: 223

Welcome to Relaxing White Noise, the podcast featuring white noise and nature sounds to help you sleep, study or soothe a baby. We make relaxing sounds to improve your life and are excited to share them with you. Join the hundred million people who have already enjoyed our white noise soundscapes which include rain sounds, ocean waves, white noise for babies, fan sounds, spaceships, Tibetan bowls, waterfalls and rain with thunder. Whether you’re trying to study for a test, focus at work, fall asleep or simply relax, we have the perfect white noise sound for you. Cheers to feeling your best! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/relaxingwhitenoise/support

Craig Connelly Podcast

  • Publisher: Craig Connelly
  • Total Episodes: 51

The last two years has been hit record after hit record for Craig Connelly including having his track ‘This Life’ adding to rotation on Sirius XM’s BPM channel, the biggest dance music station in North America. His latest two vocal singles Waterfall & Lights Around The World have both been hailed as ‘Tune Of The Year’ by fans & critics alike. Other stand out productions are Phuket, The Universal, The Creator and his remixes for Bryan Kearney and Solarstone. Not to mention mixing 2019’s Subculture compilation with Factor B. His 2019 touring schedule has seen him perform at huge arenas, clubs and festivals across the globe including EDC Las Vegas, Dreamstate SoCal, Subculture in Los Angeles & Melbourne, U4RIA Festival in Toronto, Liberation at Fabric in London and Luminosity Beach Festival NL. He also sold out his San Francisco Open To Close debut set in the summer. After entering at the top of the charts for dance music pre-orders on iTunes, Craig Connelly’s 2017 album “One Second Closer” was released worldwide and hit #2 in the iTunes dance album chart. Since it’s released it has amassed over four million plays on Spotify, The last eight years in music production have been prolific to say the least for Craig Connelly, with 25+ Beatport Top 10 selling Trance productions to date including five number 1’s and remixes for Armin van Buuren, Gareth Emery, Ferry Corsten, Lange, Andy Moor, John O’Callaghan and Aly & Fila to top it all off. His vocal collaboration with Christina Novelli ‘Black Hole’ hit number 1 on Beatport in just two days, was also voted by ASOT Radio show as the forth biggest track of the year and the official music video has over 10 million views on YouTube to date.

Nature Sounds

  • Publisher: naturesounds
  • Total Episodes: 3

Remixed sounds with music captured around the world’s corners at ocean, river, forest and jungles, waterfalls and wind and rain with storm

Incensed! A Pokémon GO Podcast

  • Publisher: Casual Coops, Masterful 27, Ian Waterfall & PoGoMiloUK
  • Total Episodes: 18

A lighthearted and energetic ‘down the pub’ style podcast about Pokémon GO and life… Featuring Casual Coops, Masterful 27, Ian Waterfall & PoGoMiloUK! Each week we’ll have honest discussions about every aspect of the game and events past, present & future. Join us and drop an incense! Contact us: Twitter: @IncensedPodcast Email: [email protected]

The Waterfall Podcast

  • Publisher: CliffCentral.com
  • Total Episodes: 17

Ever wondered what goes into the making of a world-class city? Get the inside scoop as Siya Sangweni chats to prominent people from the award-winning Waterfall development.

The Process Podcast with Kesten Jean

  • Publisher: Kesten Jean
  • Total Episodes: 27

The Process Podcast, celebrates the journey of life and each waterfall that may tumble one’s way. This podcast aims to convey common humanity and relatability through organic conversation that flows when two people connect and share from the heart. The focus of the podcast is to encourage a meditation/mindfulness practice as well as moments of stillness in such a fast-paced world. I believe that by encouraging people to place trust in their stories (process of life) this has the capacity to allow one to grow in heart and mind. Lets Grow, Trust and Bloom Together.

Up the Waterfall – Disney History Discussion

  • Publisher: Suzannah Otis
  • Total Episodes: 50

A Disney history discussion with Zanna and Scott Otis! Zanna has been sharing Disney past, present, and future fun on zannaland.com for over 11 years and now brings her passion to this format with her husband and Disney history expert, Scott. With the season 3 premier, Scott and Zanna turn to monthly deep Disney history exploration. You can watch the show in a video highlights version with accompanying photos and video footage at YouTube.com/zannaland. They also have a weekly LIVE show there where they share Disney news, top 10 lists, games and more. Join us UP the Waterfall, won’t you? Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/upthewaterfall/support

Explore Yellowstone Like a Local!

  • Publisher: Teddy Garland
  • Total Episodes: 28

Your host reveals over 60 years of personal experience in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Set up section by section as you drive your car through the parks so you won’t miss anything. Know where and when to see bears, wolves and other wildlife. Discover easy yet virtually unknown trails that lead to hidden back country pools, mud pots and waterfalls where you will have the entire place to yourselves. See Old Faithful from the best vantage point and also catch Grand Geyser which is the largest predictable geyser in the world and get sprayed with water that hit the ground as rain over 400 years ago from Beehive. Visit the Upper and Lower Falls and the gorgeous Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and see them from the best and most historic vantage points including the famous Moran bench. Take a mountain bike ride to hidden waterfalls and back country geysers and visit a petrified forest where you will see 50 million year old trees. I will even tell you how and when to visit the seldom seen Bechler region of the park which holds 70% of the parks waterfalls and where you can swim in hot pools and walk behind 200′ tall waterfalls.You will also learn the best day hikes and biking opportunities in Grand Teton as well as the not to be missed stops along the way. I will also give you info on where to stay and dine in Jackson Hole and West Yellowstone so listen up if you want to explore Yellowstone like a local!

The Over/Under Achievers

  • Publisher: Knox McCoy and Jason Waterfalls
  • Total Episodes: 16

Best friends Knox McCoy and Jason Waterfalls break down the latest in sports through the prism of their newfound gambling interests.

Confessions of an Ex-Evangelical

  • Publisher: A.D. Thomason
  • Total Episodes: 14

The title and cover are intentional for this story; hoping to grab the attention of the audience, of course, but even more than that – drawing you into what the Lord set in my heart to communicate, in light of my last 17 years. This burden has become my confession of nearly 2 decades under the White, evangelical subculture known to most as “Christianity.” Being stuck in a “White American-Christian purgatory” by being “white” on the surface in the name of Jesus, peace, and harmony while denying my kingdom blackness (sometimes forced and other times by volition) has withered the soul. This dichotomy I lived (and that others are compelled to endure in the name of “gospel”) is nothing more than modern-day colonization. It is a theological “bleach,” to use the words of one of my heroic, pastor-friends from Brooklyn. This way of living robs people of the God-honoring beauty that we all have. This audiobook is a story of freedom toward Jesus’s (Yeshua’s) kingdom way of living. Jesus (Yeshua) revealed that living for him, using the gifts of my skin, culture, height, and appearance filtered through the gospel of the kingdom, is more than necessary—it is powerful. Jesus showed me a real black A.D. Thomason is better than an assimilated, castrated, and colonized one, no matter how many bible verses we attach to that man’s methodology. The aim of this book is to be transparent about my shortcomings. I will “throw” myself under the proverbial bus in hopes to set others free. However, where I believe it is pertinent, I will be honest about situations that include other people and institutions. Though my years of being white on the surface are over, I share this narrative, God’s waterfall of favor, to liberate others. Whether it was advice I was given, people telling me what I needed to be, the platform I was trying to obtain; whether it was sheer misguidance, no guidance, or pure scriptural manipulation for systemic progression: the aim is freedom, not condemnation. This story will make you laugh, cry, hurt deeply, and feel encouraged, but most of all, I pray this offering will set you free to embrace who you are both physically and spiritually in Jesus (Yeshua). My hope is that you will be inspired, set free to practice the ways of Jesus (Yeshua). Not to merely speak and learn about them, for this is to know him.

The Yosemite by John Muir

  • Publisher: Loyal Books
  • Total Episodes: 25

Anyone who’s ever visited the Yosemite National Park will find this book a treasure trove of descriptions, information and evocations of the fabled beauty of this amazing piece of heaven on earth! The Yosemite by John Muir was published in 1912. Born in Scotland, England, this world-famous conservationist was a multi-talented genius. He was a geologist, naturalist, engineer, writer, botanist and a passionate and prolific writer on the preservation of the natural environment. His family migrated to America when he was just a few years old, the third of eight boisterous children. He went on to study chemistry at the University of Wisconsin, and had a moment of epiphany when a friend of his plucked a flower from a tree on campus to explain its botanical structure. An unfortunate accident almost cost him his eyesight and it was while he was confined to a darkened room to convalesce that he rediscovered his passion for nature and beauty. From 1889 onwards, he was associated closely with the creation of the Yosemite National Park which happened a year later. He later founded the Sierra Club to encourage conservation and protection of this magnificent landscape. The book is sheer reading pleasure, especially when it’s read aloud. John Muir’s language is poetic and lyrical, creating wonderful word pictures of the Yosemite. Muir has acquired almost iconic status in the annals of this great national park and his statue adorns a prominent place there. His love of the outdoors is reflected in his feeling of joy and exhilaration as he describes the towering mountain ranges, the sparkling waterfalls and the shadowy valleys. He was also a keen social scientist who felt that grave injustice had been done to the Native Americans by pushing them further and further away from their hereditary lands. The Yosemite is indeed a great addition to your bookshelf!

Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson

  • Publisher: Loyal Books
  • Total Episodes: 31

Kidnapped is the story of a 16-year old young man who is searching for his true birthright and is determined to make a fortune after the death of his parents. This timeless tale by Robert Louis Stevenson follows the life of David Balfour who leaves his home in Scotland after the death of his parents. First he meets his uncle for the first time in his life. His uncle is a very mean person who, at first, tried to kill David by devious means but then got him kidnapped onto a slave ship. In the ship, David makes friends with a Scottish rebel and together they successfully defeat the ship’s crew. The rebel, Alan, cherishes a dream to overthrow the British rulers of Scotland. Soon after the shipwreck, the two escaped but were later charged for being accomplices in the murder of a British supporter by the name of Colin Campbell. Although the novel’s adventures get a kick-start by this kidnapping, it is true that the hero of the story spends very little time as a captive. The character of Alan is very important as without his friendship the story would have ended very quickly. David would have been forced into slavery or would have escaped and met a poor fate due to starvation and want of money. On the contrary, David enters into new adventures with Alan on the ship itself. But after being charged with the grave crime of murder, readers are forced to ask two pertinent questions – Will these two escape from the hands of the British soldiers? Will David ever confront his sly uncle and fight to get back his inheritance? This is a very exciting and adventure filled story and all readers, old or young, will like the way the novel slowly unfolds. The setting of the story is very beautiful and there are vivid descriptions of the woods, waterfalls and streams which they jump over. The story is set in 1751 and the author has successfully narrated the story keeping in mind the history of the time. If you love adventure stories then you simply cannot ignore this fast-moving adventure which promises to keep the reader engrossed from start-to-finish.

The SimCorp Agile Podcast

  • Publisher: SimCorp
  • Total Episodes: 2

The SimCorp Agile Podcast is a new production from the agile folks at SimCorp, a FinTech company based in Copenhagen, Denmark, but with colleagues and customers all around the world. In this podcast we share our experiences and what we have learned along the way as we have transformed our entire development organisation over the last 4 years from what was described as “one of the best waterfall implementations I have ever seen”, to now have 600 people adopting and embracing agile ways of working. We will also explore and share with you new ways as we look to the future and what agile ways of working will mean for us. Expect to hear from our talented colleagues and leaders, and the people and friends we have met along the way who have helped and inspired us. We can’t wait to share this with you.

The Prophet of Panamindorah, Book II Wolflings and Wizards

  • Publisher: Abigail Hilton
  • Total Episodes: 13

Things have gone horribly wrong for the fauns at the spring festival of Lupricasia. A princess has been kidnapped, and visiting feline dignitaries have been blamed for the kidnapping. Corry, the young wizard shape shifter who saw the kidnapping, has been sent hurdling over a waterfall at a deadly height. Meanwhile the wolfling bandits who unwittingly hold the clues that would explain the kidnapping are about to be discovered by a bounty hunter and his employer, bent on their destruction. This is the second book in The Prophet of Panamindorah trilogy. If you haven’t listened to Book I, you might want to start there. If you need a refresher or you really want to dive in midstream, an 8 minute summary of Book I is available here.

Crazy Family Adventure | Stories about RV Living, Family Travel, and Working from the Road

  • Publisher: Bryanna
  • Total Episodes: 11

Our family of 6 plus our dog sold everything, bought an RV and have been traveling full-time around North America since May 2014. If we aren’t out climbing mountains, hiking to a waterfall or playing at the beach, we are most likely at the local donut shop trying to find the best donuts in the US! We love talking about RV life and the reality of what it means to live in less then 200 sq. feet with a family of 6 and a dog. We are honest and open about the reality that it isn’t all a vacation and there are a lot of challenges that come along with this lifestyle. We also like to share all the cool places you can visit and things you can do with kids around North America. There is no reason that travel and adventure have to stop when you have kids. Traveling with kids adds a whole other element to the experience and is an amazing way to deepen your family bond and to grow as a family. We will also discuss the ins and out of RV living around how we unschool our kids, how we plan where we are going to go, what we love about full time travel, what we hate about full time travel, what the hardest part about it is, and the questions you should ask yourself before making the decision to hit the road full time as a family. We will also share how we afford full time travel and talk about how we started a virtual business in order to fund our full time travel lifestyle. The freedom it has given us to live our dreams and be in control of our day and time is amazing. Living in a camper isn’t always rainbows and sunshine, but it definitely makes life interesting and we are so excited to share it with you to hopefully help inspire you, help you plan to get on the road with your family, or just to answer some questions you may have about this lifestyle!

Mid Week Bump & Grind

  • Publisher: Dj Waterfalls
  • Total Episodes: 60

Welcome to the Dj Waterfalls podcast, Mid Week Bump & Grind on Wednesday’s. I don’t own the rights to any music. ☺️ https://amzn.to/2Ojf1yf Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/djwaterfalls/support

Taha Karaan

  • Publisher: Muslim Central
  • Total Episodes: 32

Shaykh Taha Karaan is a Shafi’i researcher born in Cape Town, South Africa to a family eminent in both its maternal and fatherly ancestry for Islamic grant. His dad, Shaykh Yusuf Karaan, is one of the most established and most recognized Islamic researchers in the Cape. Shaykh Yusuf – well known for his interpretation of a large portion of Shaykh al-Hadith Mawlana Muhammad Zakariyya al-Kandhlawi’s original works – right now sits as the boss Magistrate for Islamic Civil Matters in the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC). Shaykh Taha Karaan finished his Qur’anic remembrance in one year at the Waterfall Islamic Institute, the most seasoned Islamic theological college in South Africa. Amid his stay, he helped with the altering of the Qur’anic prints that the Institute has ended up well known for the world over. In the wake of completing four years of the ‘alim course in two years, he traveled to the Indian sub-mainland and Dar al-Ulum Deoband, moving on from that point in 1991 with the most astounding of qualifications – as did his dad – in a class of more than 700 understudies. He then went to the Middle East and finished a two-year graduate certificate at the Higher Institute for Islamic Studies in Cairo, Egypt. Shaykh Taha Karaan is the beneficiary of various chains of transmission (ijazaat) – from very much regarded researchers in India, Pakistan, South Africa, Egypt and Saudi Arabia, among others – in various fields of Islamic study. At present, Shaykh Taha Karaan is an individual from the Ifta’ Department of the MJC, and sits as an official individual from the Muslim Personal Law Board and on the Islamic Advisory Board of ABSA, one of South Africa’s national banks. He is a looked for after speaker at Islamic symposia and gatherings however goes to them sparingly, wanting to invest the vast majority of his energy at the Islamic theological school, Dar al-Uloom al-Arabiyyah al-Islamiyyah, that he established in 1996. The instructive push of the theological school reflects Shaykh Taha’s own particular spearheading vision and responsibility to unequivocally interface with the difficulties of the present day age through the twin goals of conservation and advancement. In his instructing, composing and lawful verdicts (fatawa), Shaykh Taha Karaan routinely addresses contemporary issues, for example, the difficulties of post-advancement, woman’s rights, Islamic financial aspects and money, the old and new orientalisms, and fiqh issues influencing diaspora Muslim groups. His understudies (and creators of this history) depict him as perfectly skilled with all encompassing information; had of a close photographic memory; an unquenchable bookworm inside of the Islamic sciences and without; an instructor that never stops to motivate; blessed with an exquisite calligraphic hand and an affinity for verse; completely unassuming, lovely, splendid and kind.

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