Disaster Podcasts

A Little Louder
Texas Housers
A Little Louder is a podcast from Texas Housers—hosted by John Henneberger and Christina Rosales—that focses on fair housing, community development, and community efforts to work toward just cities and inclusive neighborhoods.

Building Alliances for Equitable Resilience
Federal Emergency Management Agency
This is the latest step in a massive collaboration made possible by the reach and power of partnerships. Building Alliances for Equitable Resilience and the corresponding audio stories offer insights, reflections and resources that organizations can use to build and apply equitable practices in their day-to-day work.

COVID-19 Calls
Scott Gabriel Knowles
COVID-Calls is a daily discussion of the COVID-19 global pandemic.

DesignSafe Radio
Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure
Through rigorous testing and outreach programs, the team at the National Science Foundation-funded Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure (NHERI) is committed to making sure the next natural hazard doesn't have to be a disaster for you and your family.

Disaster Podcast
Jamie Davis, Sam Bradley, Joe Holley, and Kyle Nelson
Disaster Podcast focuses on emergency response at all levels. Offering discussions of current disaster events, topics span a vast range of concerns related to studying, preparing for, and living in a world of hazards and disasters—including rural disasters, acts of terror or violence, and safety tips for researching disasters. This podcast offers academic and scientific discussion that more advanced researchers may find useful.

Disaster Tough
John Scardena
The #1 rated emergency management podcast by emergency managers, for emergency managers. John Scardena, a former Federal Emergency Response Official with Type 1 response experience, speaks with other experts in the field. They share stories, lessons learned, and tips to help you make informed decisions. Episode discussions revolve around the entire disaster life-cycle, providing solutions based on training and backed by data. Conversation-mode activated, the Disaster Tough podcast is both informative and engaging, flipping from serious to humor without warning.

Disaster Zone
Eric Holdeman, Center for Regional Disaster Resilience
Disaster Zone is a podcast that focuses on all facets of disasters; the before, during and after of events that are increasingly impacting communities around the world. The podcasts feature a mix of guests covering a range of disasters and issues that flow from them.

Disasters: Deconstructed
Ksenia Chmutina and Jason Von Meding
This podcast reflects on human society from diverse disciplinary and ideological perspectives to understand the root causes of disasters.

Dukes of Hazards: The Emergency Management Podcast
Mitch Stripling and Andrew McMahan
The Dukes of Hazards host a podcast about disaster response, emergency management, mobilization culture, community resilience, and life in emergency operations.

EM Weekly
Zack Borst
The EM Weekly podcast An emergency management podcast by emergency managers who talk about emergency management while emergency managing. Led by Zack Borst, this show is designed to kick-back and talk shop within the emergency management community.

Level Up Audio Project
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region 9
The Level Up Audio Project features brief conversations with individuals who are making hazard mitigation planning and action a priority in their communities.

Making Resilience Cool
U.S. Resiliency Council
The podcast is tailored toward exposing younger generations to the concepts of structural disaster resilience and providing information on how they can contribute to efforts to make communities safer in disasters.

Marked Safe
Brianne Garrett and Melanie Kruse
Marked Safe is hosted by friends Brianne and Melanie, who come together to share some of the world's most incredible disaster stories—as well as delve into the details and fallout from them. This podcast offers an exciting and interesting entrance to disaster studies that emerging researchers like undergraduate students may enjoy.

Preparedness Works
Nat Sellers
The Preparedness Guy, Nat Sellers, focuses on the stories of those who utilized emergency preparedness to improve their lives. Nat is a professional emergency manager and leads conversations that help the everyday prepper to do it right.

Resilience Roundtable Podcast Series
American Planning Association (APA)
In the APA Podcast series Resilience Roundtable, we hear from planners and allied professionals who make resilience their mission, even in the face of devastating natural hazards.

Riding the Wave-Project Management for Emergency Managers
Andrew Boyarsky
This podcast series focuses on project management topics for emergency managers.