Are you wanting to learn more about apache ? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best apache 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 Apache Podcasts 2021
With thanks to ListenNotes, Crunchbase, SemRush and Ahrefs for providing the data to create and rank these podcasts.
Legends of the Old West
- Publisher: Black Barrel Media
- Total Episodes: 110
Wyatt Earp, Jesse James, and Butch and Sundance. Lakota, Comanche and Apache. Wars, gunfights and robberies. This show covers the toughest lawmen, the wildest outlaws, and the deadliest towns — all the people and events that shaped the American West.
Streaming Audio: A Confluent podcast about Apache Kafka®
- Publisher: Confluent, original creators of Apache Kafka®
- Total Episodes: 158
Streaming Audio is a podcast from Confluent, the team that originally built Apache Kafka. Host Tim Berglund (Senior Director of Developer Experience, Confluent) and guests unpack a variety of topics surrounding Apache Kafka, event stream processing, and real-time data. The show covers frequently asked questions and comments about the Confluent and Kafka ecosystems—from Kafka connectors to distributed systems, data integration, Kafka deployment, and managed Apache Kafka as a service—on Twitter, YouTube, and elsewhere. Apache®️, Apache Kafka, Kafka, and the Kafka logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of the Apache Software Foundation in the United States and/or other countries. No endorsement by The Apache Software Foundation is implied by the use of these marks.
The Airflow Podcast
- Publisher: Astronomer
- Total Episodes: 15
A podcast about Apache Airflow, an open source workflow management system that lets you define data pipelines in python. Produced with love by the team at Astronomer.
Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History
- Publisher: Dan Carlin
- Total Episodes: 11
In “Hardcore History” journalist and broadcaster Dan Carlin takes his “Martian”, unorthodox way of thinking and applies it to the past. Was Alexander the Great as bad a person as Adolf Hitler? What would Apaches with modern weapons be like? Will our modern civilization ever fall like civilizations from past eras? This isn’t academic history (and Carlin isn’t a historian) but the podcast’s unique blend of high drama, masterful narration and Twilight Zone-style twists has entertained millions of listeners.
- Publisher: DataStax
- Total Episodes: 28
DataSnax Podcast is brought to you by DataStax. Your destination for snackable trends and updates from the industry’s leading always-on, distributed cloud database built on Apache Cassandra.
The Craft Of Open Source
- Publisher: Ben Rometsch, CEO, Flagsmith
- Total Episodes: 14
The Sound Podcast with Ira Haberman
- Publisher: The Sound Podcast
- Total Episodes: 483
Geared towards Deadheads, Phishheads and the jam band community, The Sound Podcast is a music discovery interview style podcast, hosted by Ira Haberman. Featuring Jam Bands and more… much more. Rooted in Americana, Blues, Bluegrass, Country, Folk, Funk, Jazz, Reggae, Rock, Soul but mostly Jam Band music. New episodes of The Sound Podcast are available Monday, Wednesday and Friday (and more if we can). The Wednesday episode is exclusively a live music playlist called LIVEFIVE powered by nugs.net. Here is a small sample of the guests that have been on The Sound Podcast to date: ALO, Anders Osborne, Antibalas, Aqueous, Band of Heathens, Barr Brothers, Blackberry Smoke, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Col. Bruce Hampton, Dark Star Orchestra, David Gans, Dennis McNally, Devon Allman, Dopapod, Duane Betts, Dwayne Gretzky, Eric Krasno, Everyone Orchestra, Fruition, G.Love, Ghost Light, Grateful Dead, Goose, Hard Working Americans, Hannah Wikclund, Hayley Jane and the Primates, Holly Bowling, Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, Infamous Stringdusters, Jackie Greene, Jason Crosby, Jazz is Phish, JD Simo, Jim Cuddy, John Kadlecik, Karina Rykman, Karl Denson, Kevin Kendrick, Leslie Mendelson, Lettuce, Living Colour, Lizards, Mapache, Marco Benevento, Marcus King, Mark Karan, Mars Hotel, Midnight North, The Mother Hips, Mungion, Natalie Cressman, Nicole Atkins, Organ Freeman, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Pink Talking Fish, Railroad Earth, Ratdog, Reed Mathis, Reid Genauer, Ross James, Sam Bush, Samantha Fish, Scott Sharrard, SOJA, Southern Avenue, Soulive, Spafford, Steve Kimock, Tauk, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Lizards, the New Deal, The Sheep Dogs, Tom Hamilton Jr., Turkuaz, Twiddle, Umphrey’s McGee, Vulfpeck, Warren Haynes, Widespread Panic, Wood Brothers, Yonder Mountain String Band, and many many more.
The Polyglot Developer Podcast
- Publisher: Nic Raboy
- Total Episodes: 38
Software Engineer and Developer Advocate, Nic Raboy, shares all his tips and tricks to becoming a polyglot developer. Learn about the latest trends in web, mobile, and game development and how you can quickly get ahead in becoming an incredible developer. With a background in programming languages such as Java, Android, Node.js, and Golang and a background with frameworks such as Express, Ionic Framework, NativeScript, Zend Framework, and Apache Cordova, Nic Raboy is a polyglot with a lot to share.Find complex code tutorials on my blog found at https://www.thepolyglotdeveloper.com and my YouTube channel found at https://www.youtube.com/user/nicraboy
Apache Fit Radio
- Publisher: Apache
- Total Episodes: 8
We discuss the pursuit of health and happiness inside and outside the walls of our gym, Apache Fit. Health, wellness, nutrition, CrossFit and everything related.Visit www.apachecrossfit.com for more information on what we do and who we are. Apache is located in Toms River, NJ.
- Publisher: Britt Hayes
- Total Episodes: 10
A podcast about what people are eating, cooking, baking, smoking, and snacking on while coping with the pandemic. Baked. is hosted and edited by Britt Hayes. Our intro music is “Something Deep” by Apache Mountain from the Free Music Archive (CC BY-SA 4.0).
Desert Road Community Church
- Publisher: Pastor Dave Prosser
- Total Episodes: 20
This is a compilation of sermons given at Desert Road Community Church, A Christian And Missionary Alliance Church located in Apache Junction, Arizona.
Christian Life Church’s Podcast
- Publisher: Christian Life Church
- Total Episodes: 263
Christian Life is one church in two locations: 209 NE 2nd Street in Lexington, OK, and 203 W. Apache in Purcell, OK. For more info visit www.christianlifechurch.biz
Geronimo’s Story of His Life by GERONIMO
- Publisher: LibriVox
- Total Episodes: 10
Geronimo’s Story of His Life is the oral life history of a legendary Apache warrior. Composed in 1905, while Geronimo was being held as a U.S. prisoner of war at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Geronimo’s story found audience and publication through the efforts of S. M. Barrett–Lawton, Oklahoma, Superintendent of Education, who wrote in his preface that “the initial idea of the compilation of this work was . . . to extend to Geronimo as a prisoner of war the courtesy due any captive, i.e. the right to state the causes which impelled him in his opposition to our civilization and laws.” Barrett, with the assistance of Asa Deklugie, son of Nedni chief Whoa as Apache translator, wrote down the story as Geronimo told it –beginning with an Apache creation myth. Geronimo recounted bloody battles with Mexican troopers, against whom he had vowed vengeance in 1858 after they murdered his mother, his wife, and his three small children. He told of treaties made between Apaches and the U.S. Army–and treaties broken. There were periods of confinement on the reservations, and escapes. And there were his final days on the run, when the U.S. Army put 5000 men in the field against his small band of 39 Apache.Geronimo had been a prisoner of war for 19 years when he told his story. Born in 1829, he was by then an old man, no longer a warrior, and he had come to an accommodation with many things “white,” including an appreciation of money. U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs personnel took him to the St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904, where he roped cows in the “wild west show” and signed his name for “ten, fifteen, or twenty five cents.” By then he was perhaps the United States’ most “famous” Indian. In 1905 he was even invited to ride horseback in President Theodore Roosevelt’s inaugural parade (though still a prisoner of war!).Geronimo dedicated his book to Roosevelt with the plea that he and his people be allowed to return to their ancestral land in Arizona. “It is my land, my home, my father’s land, to which I now ask to be allowed to return. I want to spend my last days there, and be buried among those mountains. If this could be I might die in peace.” Geronimo died at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, in 1909, still a prisoner of war. (Introduction by Sue Anderson)
- Publisher: mcnative
- Total Episodes: 20
Your host mcnative an Apsaalooke man in Arapaho Cheyenne, and Apache land aka CO A blend of 4 deep questions with different perspectives and music a week.The questions dig deeper into cultures, sub-cultures, groups, and common ways of thinking. Topics based on past conversations or quotes from various publications. Also including a sonic experience with music from various artists and musicians from all genres. This podcast values: Acknowledgment, Evolving, and a Sharing-Life. Future guests sit-down coming soon. WARNING: Raw life recording.
ALP 2020’s Apache Acorns & Pollen Podcast
- Publisher: Apache Language Project 2020
- Total Episodes: 3
This podcast is a series in the immediate response and first line of cultural defense in the time of a global pandemic, a few community members of the White Mountain Apache Tribe (W.M.A.T) gathering online in an effort to preserve our Apache language in the time of COVID-19. This project aims to preserve, promote, protect, our Ndee Apache Language through educational content that will mobilize our language from the stage of ‘survival’ to ‘thriving’. [The Apache Language Project 2020 is not affiliated with the White Mountain Apache Tribe, this means we are enrolled members of the WMAT and SCAT communities and work as community members in this grassroots effort.]
Two Feathers Talk
- Publisher: TwoFeathersTalk
- Total Episodes: 4
Two Cousins – Tess Potter from the Yavapai-Apache Nation and Erica Leon from the Tohono O’odham nation, come together and discuss topics from an urban native to tribal lands experiences. They will share their thoughts, concerns, stories and more each week.
Peril Finders, The by FENN, George Manville
- Publisher: LibriVox
- Total Episodes: 56
In California settlers are trying to make a living working as fruit-growers. Problems with blights and insects mean that the crops are failing. A prospector arrives and tells stories of ancient cities where there is a lot of gold. He then dies. Some of the settlers decide to go and search for the gold. They have long distances to travel and meet many challenges along the way. They eventually reach one of these cities and find evidence that it has been abandoned by invaders hundreds or thousands of years ago. They then get attacked by Apaches but manage to beat them off and carry on. After spending several years travelling they decide to go back to California where they find that all the other settlers have left, but the fruit farms are blossoming. (Summary by Michele Eaton)
In Eeyou Istchee
- Publisher: In Eeyou Istchee
- Total Episodes: 5
In Eeyou Istchee is building an online Cree community by providing the highest quality of podcast that gathers thoughts and ideas in the Cree language.Hosted and produced by Nick Wapachee. With help from Amanda Quinn.
- Publisher: wgcompsci
- Total Episodes: 7
Brad Stoddard’s Working Reel
- Publisher: Brad Stoddard
- Total Episodes: 42
Brad Stoddard of Stoddard Communications, a New Mexico Digital media production company, presents his work reel. Included in Brad’s reel are short films, television series, trailers, music and comedy performances, music videos, educational and promotional films, documentary films as well as personal experimental media. This podcast contains the following titles: Church of Beethoven – Preview; Bill Miller at GlobalQuerque; Apache – Movie Trailer; The Sands of Time – Fields of Yaru – Animatic; Indios Primeros – Short Film; Cinema Caliente, ( Hot Cinema); Dana Goldberg – Hot and Bothered – Preview; Trout Fishing In America – Preview; The Story of the Church of Beethoven – Preview; Tish Hinojosa – Preview; An American Hero: Floyd Red Crow Westerman – Short Film; Pueblo 3D – George Toya; Edgar’s Journey; The Lumen – Commercial; Sympathy for the Devil – Short Film; Wild Havalinas – Keith Secola; Flying Free – Black Eagle Singers; Eric Bravo – Gentle Natural Horsemanship; Research Service Learning Program at UNM; Director’s Cut – New Mexico The Art of the Interview; Director’s Cut – New Mexico – Storytelling in Documentaries; Project Share – Feeding the Hungry and Homeless. Stoddard Communications specializes in digital workflow management, film and digital media production in New Mexico and the Southwestern United States. I hope you enjoy my podcasts and subscribe to get updates automatically.