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The BHP is a chronological retelling of the history of Britain with a particular focus upon the lives of the people. You won’t find a dry recounting of dates and battles here, but instead you’ll learn about who these people were and how their desires, fears, and flaws shaped the scope of this island at the edge of the world. And some of those desires are downright scandalous.
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A biweekly history podcast covering the last great war. Join Ray Harris Jr as he explores World War Two in intimate detail. The History of WWII Podcast is produced and narrated by Ray Harris Jr. Ray has a degree in history from James Madison University. I’ve been obsessed with the events and people from WWII since I first learned of them. I’ve been waiting years for someone to do a podcast on WWII and couldn’t wait any longer.
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Ancient Egypt, from Creation to Cleopatra. This podcast tells the story of ancient Egypt, "in their own words." Using texts, art, and archaeology, we uncover the world of the Nile Valley and its people. Website www.egyptianhistorypodcast.com Email egyptpodcast@gmail.com. Hosted on the Airwave Media Network.
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A chronological journey through the history of Scandinavia. Geographically, we cover the five modern Nordic countries of Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Sweden and Finland—as well as a few other bits and pieces here and there where it‘s relevant. Visit the SHP shop: bit.ly/podshpshop Make a donation: patreon.com/scandinavianhistory
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A topsy-turvy science-y history podcast by Sam Kean. I examine overlooked stories from our past: the dental superiority of hunter-gatherers, the crooked Nazis who saved thousands of American lives, the American immigrants who developed the most successful cancer screening tool in history, the sex lives of dinosaurs, and much, much more. These are charming little tales that never made the history books, but these small moments can be surprisingly powerful. These are the cases where history ge ...
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Welcome to The Damcasters, a podcast covering aviation history from when Pontius was a Pilate to today and beyond, brought to you in association with the Pima Air and Space Museum.Every week, we will be taking a fresh look at the history of both civil and military flying, from the earliest days of people jumping off of rocks and hoping to survive to the latest in unmanned flight. While it is inevitable that we will we can get a bit avgeek-y, we aim to be as inclusive as possible so that if y ...
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Join Chris Green - The History Chap - as he explores the stories behind British history - the great events, the forgotten stories and the downright bizarre!Chris is a historian by training, and has a way of bringing history to life by making it relevant, interesting and entertaining.www.thehistorychap.com
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The Taiwan History Podcast: Formosa Files

John Ross and Eryk Michael Smith

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NEW: Full-length ENGLISH episodes every THURSDAY (and other days too) - One short CHINESE episode on TUESDAY. The history of Taiwan (1600 C.E. - 2000) told through interesting stories in a non-chronological order. John Ross is an author and publisher of works on Taiwan and China, while Eryk Michael Smith has worked as a writer and journalist for several media outlets in Taiwan. Both hosts have lived in Taiwan for well over 20 years and call the island home. Email: formosafiles@gmail.com
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Welcome to the History of Cyprus Podcast. Follow us on Instagram and support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheHistoryofCyprusPodcast https://instagram.com/thehistoryofcyprus I’d like to thank each and every participant (and every future guest) in this project as without their time and hard work in their respective fields of archaeology, linguistics, social and political history, this would not have been possible. Every month I will be releasing a new episode as it relates to C ...
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Explore the history of one of the world’s most captivating cities with "History Flakes - The Berlin History Podcast." Your hosts, seasoned tour guides Pip Roper and Jonny Whitlam, take you through the highs and low-lows of Berlin's past, exploring events, lives and stories from Berlin's past. From the rise and fall of the Berlin Wall to the artistic renaissance of the Weimar Republic and the dark days f the Nazi dictatorship, each episode is a blend of history, stories from the tour guide st ...
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The History Things Podcast

History Things Podcast

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A conversational approach to interpreting history. Hosts Patrick and Matt aim to connect you to some of your favorite stories from the past as well as ones you might not have ever heard before! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, & YouTube at @TheHistoryThingsPodcast
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The American History Podcast presents the history of the United States in an engaging, scholarly and entertaining way. Each season we take a topic in American history and dive deep to discover the roots of the issue, and provide our listeners with a lot of history they don't know. Follow the American History Podcast on Twitter: @americanhiscast. Feel free to email me with questions and comments: shawn@theamericanhistorypodcast.com
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The History of Methodism Podcast covers the history of the Methodist and Wesleyan movements, from its precursors in the European Reformation, up until the present day, from Martin Luther to Adam Hamilton. This long history of Methodism It is hosted by Rev. Wilson Pruitt, an Elder in the Rio Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church and currently pastor of Bee Creek United Methodist Church in Spicewood, TX.
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The History Factory Podcast

The History Factory Podcast

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Join us on the digital airwaves with The History Factory Podcast, which takes a refreshing look at the rich and sometimes provocative heritage of major U.S. and global organizations. Host Jason Dressel, Managing Director at History Factory, and his guests explore current events and other topics related to business heritage. Company history comes alive in this engaging, thought-provoking show.
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Heavy Metal History is a weekly podcast, created by Dustin “Wildcard” Koetsch, who takes you on and audible journey about the history of the Heavy Metal genre. With in depth research into how the bands made the records or by having guests from bands to discuss various influences, histories and the behind the scenes stories, struggles and triumphs of how their records were written and recorded. The ONLY podcast that goes through the chronological history of the Heavy Metal genre on a month by ...
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This brand new pop culture history podcast is nothing like anything you've heard before, and it's everything you need to understand the modern world. Katie Puckrik and Tom Fordyce, an American pop culture buff and a British music lover, have taken the smash-hit song by Billy Joel and turned it into a podcast. Billy lists 120 people, places, and things in 'We Didn't Start The Fire', and Katie and Tom will do an episode on every single one to create the most fascinating, random and original hi ...
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The History Podcast

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A sometimes irreverent Podcast about History and other topics in the fields of Social Sciences such as Economics, Geography, Politics, Culture, etc. We love America's awesomeness and worthlessness.
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The History Podcast of Pre-Columbian World is about ancient civilizations in different regions of the world like South and Mesoamerica, Indonesia, and more! This podcast is for people of all ages interested in learning about history in different regions of the world. We want to bring attention to ancient cultures that you won’t learn about in your eurocentric history class at school. A perfect treat for all history lovers! Want to reach out? Please email: precolumbianhistory4@gmail.com
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The History Quill Podcast is all about writing and publishing historical fiction. Brought to you by The History Quill and hosted by historical fiction authors Julia Kelly and Theodore Brun, each episode features a special guest sharing their insights and experiences. Some are bestselling historical fiction authors, others are aspiring writers sharing their journey so far, and others are industry insiders and experts. We cover writing craft, research, traditional publishing, self-publishing, ...
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History magazine show currently focusing upon the 1918 flu pandemic (also known as Spanish Flu) which, it is estimated, infected almost a third of the world's population. I aim here, to take you on a journey where we investigate what it was like to live in these times; what the governments did to try and control this virus and how people coped with the pain and suffering. Older episodes of Historyzine (goodness, 10 years ago now) have visited the topic of The War of the Spanish Succession.
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For many episodes to come, we'll be exploring the rich history of Poland. From it's humble beginnings, we'll follow the people of Poland as they form their own unique cultural identity, rise into a great European power, cross paths with the Mongol Horde, save Europe from an Ottoman invasion, and do their best to keep their independence firm from one generation to the next.
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The Kangxi Emperor squashes his beef with the three rebellious feudatories of the south by squashing their traitorous lords, only to have to pivot northward once again to face down... who? The Russians? And the Mongols?! And Tibetans?! And the Catholic Church?!Time Period Covered:1670-1722 CEMajor Historical Figures:Great Qing:The Kangxi Emperor [r…
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In Breaking Walls episode 151 it’s the spring of 1944 and Jack Benny’s sponsor, General Foods, thinks he’s in a slump. Benny got mad and it changed the broadcasting landscape forever. Tonight, we’ll find out how and why.——————————Highlights:• Benny's Early Radio Career in the 1930s and Ratings Peak• Early Problems with General Foods• Dennis Day Lea…
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On Saturday May 18th, 2024, a group of local lawmakers will visit Taiping Island 太平島, a tiny strip of coral and sand in the Spratly Islands more than 1,500 km away from the southern tip of Taiwan. As anyone who reads the news knows, numerous islands, reefs, shoals, and even barely visible rocks scattered across the vast South China Sea are consider…
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David and Lindsey Goss run the fantastic GossHawk Unlimted in Casa Grande, Arizona. There they build incredible warbirds like Fw-190s (see part 1!) and care for the world's last airworthy Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer. Join us as Lindsey shows us around the Privateer and find out how you, if you are an engineer, are wanted at GossHawk ★Listen to pa…
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Send me a message Donald Pleasence, who starred in "The Great Escape" was actually a WW2 Prisoner of War (POW). He later found fame as Bond villain, Ernst Stavro Blofeld, and as Dr. Loomis in the cult horror film "Halloween". Support My Channel as a Patron: Donald Pleasence served in the RAF from 1940, particpating in 60 bombing missions. Eventuall…
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In this episode, we have an interview with the Rev. John Elford about his book Our Hearts Were Strangely Lukewarm: The American Methodist Church and the Struggle with White Supremacy. You can find more information about John at his website, https://www.johnelford.com, where you can also find links to purchase the book. Please like and subscribe to …
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St. Neophytos the Recluse (Άγιος Νεόφυτος ο Έγκλειστος ca. 1134–1214) was a twelfth century Cypriot hermit and saint whose short chronicle, "On the Calamities Against the Country of Cyprus," provides us with an invaluable look into the Third Crusade and, more specifically, its impact on Cyprus which he considers an unmitigated disaster. He is decid…
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While Blake is out west doing research on Tulsa King, the rest of the gang is back and reviewng Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire and the lackluster Argylle, which Planet of the Apes is the best film, Taki vs. Doritos and the guys are threatened with more of Jason's singing! The guys also talk actors that turned down iconic roles, what not to do at a gen…
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This week we’ll be putting the seven years war to one side whilst we concentrate instead on events that took place in Russia during 1757 and 1758 which, in no particular order, include the reasons for, and the political and personal fallout from, that Russian withdrawal, Catherine and Stansislaus’s affair, the Empress Elizabeth’s health and Peter’s…
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Historian Damien Lewis comes on to discuss his book about Churchill’s secret warriors who will take the fight to the Nazis. Now a major motion film starring Henry Cavill, we cover the brave men and women of Operation Postmaster and other operations that wear down the Axis in Europe. Want to go beyond the battlefield with The History of WWII Podcast…
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Here's part two of the February 2004 episode. Albums covered are: Hypocrisy – The Arrival Feb 16th Vintersorg – The Focusing Blur Feb 16th Deicide – Scars of the Crucifix Feb 23rd My Dying Bride – Songs of Darkness, Words of Light Feb 23rd Primal Fear – Devil's Ground Feb 23rd Scars of Tomorrow - Rope Tied to the Trigger Feb 23rd Anata - Under a St…
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The History Things Podcast Cast World War II review continues! This time with a close look at the American involvement in the European Theater. For this the guys have called in Dr. Jared Frederick, the Assistant Professor of History at Penn State Altoona for a closer look. Dr. Frederick has written three books on WWII, two of which deal with Easy C…
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Strap in nerds. In the first episode of our first two-parter, we use the career of Roland Freisler to track some of the huge legal changes that would secure the dictatorship of the Third Reich. We get up to 1934 here, where the Nazis are on the cusp of becoming the one and only political force in the country, having outlawed all other parties. Watc…
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Theaters were an important part of cultural life in Elizabethan England, and they contributed many words to the English language. Those words joined thousands of other words that were pouring into English from around the world. In this episode, we look at how distant cultures were contributing to the growth of English and how Shakespeare’s acting c…
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A look back at the sources used for this particular episode, and then an update on the redecoration of HQ, a look forward to this month's Podcast Show in London, and a question for you, the listener, about Volume Five. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/historyoftheworldpodcast/message…
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In this episode, Tara Sands and Steve Yurko interview Andrew Rannells! Andrew is best known for voicing Tama in Tama and Friends, Connor in Cubix, Lenny/Tao Ren in Shaman King, Fried Ricer in Fighting Foodons, Jack in Funky Cops, Bokkun in Sonic X, Noah in Yu-Gi-Oh! and lots more during his time at 4Kids! He was also the Voice Director for Sonic X …
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A name more famous than its owners. The Cleopatras of Egypt (all seven of them) were remarkably influential women and rulers. Frequently taking up power and responsibilities far beyond their more famous husbands (the Ptolemies), the seven Cleopatras of Egypt (and even more in the wider Hellenistic world) are worthy of greater attention and respect.…
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Fossey replaced a fallacious stereotype of a King Kong-like, violent gorilla with an almost idealized image of a gorilla that was intelligent, family-oriented and peaceful.Written by Rob Schubert. Narration by Dr. Nicholas B. Breyfogle. Textual and video versions of this podcast are available at https://origins.osu.edu/milestones/december-2015-dian…
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Research is so important to piecing together the material world of your novel. Not only are archives an important tool in helping you avoid anachronisms that can be jarring for readers, but good archival research can have a huge positive impact, helping you access primary details that make your setting and characters come alive. In this episode, Ju…
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