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Vurbl Audio Histories of the World Transport back through time while listening to these audio files on history. Listen in to some of the most historic moments like Buzz Aldrin's moon landing, moments from President John F. Kennedy's assassination, famous interviews, and more.
Throughline The past is never past. Every headline has a history. Join us every week as we go back in time to understand the present. These are stories you can feel and sounds you can see from the moments that shaped our world.Subscribe to Throughline+. You'll be supporting the history-reframing, perspective-shifting, time-warping stories you can't get enough of - and you'll unlock access to our sponsor-free feed of the show. Learn more at
Historical AF Welcome to Historical AF where a historian & special guests hit the giggle water to deliver the funny, weird, morbid, & spooky historical nuggets you never knew you needed in your ear holes.
A.D. History Podcast Have you ever wondered about all the history we’ve missed? The amazing figures that are seemingly forgotten, incredible events passed over, or what a picture of true world history actually looks like? Or how history played out in the eyes of those who lived it and made it? The A.D. History Podcast explores the last two thousand years of world history, in an innovative new way. Join hosts Paul K. DiCostanzo and Patrick Foote as they examine the past two millennia, beginning in 1 AD, progressing forward ten years every episode until they reach the modern day. Within each ten-year installment, Paul and Patrick aim to share incredibly important, but often overlooked historic events and figures from around the world in prospective fashion; trying to see history through the eyes and in the world of those who lived it. By identifying these sometimes lesser known, but in no way less significant aspects of history, A.D. History seeks to identify the many disparate threads that weave the fuller, richer tapestry of hist
Occult Confessions Discover the hidden history of secret societies, magical conspiracies, and paranormal mysteries across the world with occultism scholar Rob C. Thompson. His crew of Alchemical Actors dig into firsthand confessions of the magical and supernatural and bring them to life through a blend of research, ritual, and old-fashioned radio drama.
HISTORY This Week This week, something momentous happened. Whether or not it made the textbooks, it most certainly made history. Join HISTORY This Week as we turn back the clock to meet the people, visit the places and witness the moments that led us to where we are today. To get in touch with story ideas or feedback, email us at, or leave us a voicemail at 212-351-0410. See for privacy and opt-out information.
You're Wrong About Sarah is a journalist obsessed with the past. Every week she reconsiders a person or event that's been miscast in the public imagination.
Bloody Violent History Our mission is simple. It is to make history come alive, to inform and provoke, and to encourage listeners to dig deeper and read more widely for themselves. As Mark Twain said:

‘History doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes’.

History is our hinterland, the past that influences our present and future. From Crossbows to Crosshairs, from Gunpowder to Gun-Running, we aim to cover a wide range of subjects. We hope that these Podcasts both illuminate and entertain and that you enjoy them as much as we do making them.

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Advent of Computing Welcome to Advent of Computing, the show that talks about the shocking, intriguing, and all too often relevant history of computing. A lot of little things we take for granted today have rich stories behind their creation, in each episode we will learn how older tech has lead to our modern world.
A History of Japan A history of the people of Japan, from the prehistoric Jomon period to the modern era. WARNING: This podcast occasionally touches on subjects of human sexuality, suicide, violence, and torture.

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Past Daily: Presidents Being Presidential Listen to U.S presidents carry on performing their presidential duties, including delivering commencement speeches describing the state of the nation and the importance of the American people to the ingenuity that our fellow citizens rely on to propel the United States to greater heights on the world stage.

Past Daily curates historical press conferences, interviews, and other audio content from archived sources in order to transport you back in time and to make you feel as though you're full with patriotism at the thought of sending a man to the moon or optimistic at President Franklin's efforts to unite the country. For history buffs and all those in between, this is presidents being presidential.
Past Daily: Amazing Historical Concerts & News
Past Daily: News Junkies Listen to News Junkies from Vurbl Partner Past Daily as they cover authentic broadcasts from Radio Moscow, accounts of 1970s media, and the death of Princess Diana.
Gordon Skene, two-time Grammy Nominee and archivist runs The Gordon Skene Sound Archive and this website, which is dedicated to preserving and encouraging an interest in history and historic news, events, and cultural aspects of our society. Past Daily is the only place on the Internet where you can hear a Nixon speech, listen to an interview with John Cassavettes or play a broadcast of Charles Munch rehearsing the Boston Symphony in 1950, all in the same place. It's living history and it's timeless.
Past Daily: Amazing Historical Concerts & News
Past Daily: Your World and Welcome To It Listen to some of the most influential and precarious moments in world history including Britain's decision to join the European Union, The Iranian Hostage Crisis during President Carter's term, and the importance of the 1951 France election, given the context of the Cold War.

Past Daily curates historical press conferences, interviews, and other audio content from archived sources in order to transport you back in time and to make you feel as though you're navigating the devastation from Hurricane Katrina or relishing in your new Conservative Party's leadership in Britain. For history buffs and all those in between, this is your world, and you're welcome to it.
Past Daily: Amazing Historical Concerts & News
Past Daily: Audio Clips of the Conflict's Greatest Hits Listen to Past Daily's curated collection of important historical moments from the 1950s and 1960s, including a live radio documentary six days after the Cuban Missile Crisis and an interview from German Mayor William Brandt shortly after the Berlin Wall collapsed.

Past Daily curates historical press conferences, interviews, and other audio content from archived sources in order to transport you back in time and to make you feel as though you're beside Nicholas Katzenbach, championing Civil Rights to a crowd in Alabama or anxiously awaiting for news of whether or not the United States will go to war with The Soviet Union. For history buffs and all those in between, this is your world, and you're welcome to it.
Past Daily: Amazing Historical Concerts & News
Deep Dive: Cold War Learn about the conflict between two superpowers during the twentieth century that nearly led to a third world war. The United States and the USSR viciously competed for nearly half a century for global ideological dominance, and the aftermath of that conflict still impacts us to this very day. These are the best podcasts that discuss the history and legacy of the Cold War. Vurbl Audio Histories of the World
Wacky History non-American history Current History
Best History Podcasts On Vurbl History enthusiasts may rejoice with this collection of the best history podcasts on Vurbl. Listen to historical events from hundreds of years ago and stories that still have a lasting impact on us today. No matter what era of history interests you the most, you're sure to find something you'll love in this playlist, featuring creators like HISTORY This Week, Old Timey Crimey, and Ridiculous History. Vurbl Audio Histories of the World

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Ep. 48: Florida Man I - Leave The Gators Alone! We take a trip back to the homeland to read stories about the Florida Man and all his/her deeds (yes, Florida Man can also be Florida Woman). From topless bicycling and botched castrations, to alligator shenanigans and stabbings, the saga of Florida Man must be told. Put down that weaponized gator and listen to Under the Pendulum instead. 
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The economics of Inflation—Science, Craft, or Snake Oil None of us need to be told that prices are going up or that interest rates are following. We are clearly now in a period of inflation which may or may not lead to a recession. But what exactly is inflation, why does it occur, how does it relate to interest rates and what if anything can we learn from past inflationary periods?
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204: The Evacuation of Saigon with Col.(retired) Anthony Wood We are joined today by retired Marine Colonel Anthony (Tony) Wood. In 1975, as a captain, Col. Wood was one of two military officers (the other a Green Beret captain) tasked with planning and executing the evacuation of Saigon as North Vietnamese forces shelled the city and closed in. They not only had to identify the thousands of allies (and Americans) in the region, but also identify potential landing/extraction zones, as well as develop a transportation plan to the sites, meanwhile keeping their extraction plans hidden from the ambassador/state department due to political pressures.
Col. Wood and his team successfully extracted over 7,000 people in the largest helicopter evacuation in history without firing a single shot. This is a harrowing story and one of courage, bravery, desperation, creativity at the highest level, and decisiveness.
We discuss the context of Vietnam in 1975, and the disagreement/disconnect between the military (posted offshore and not permitted on Vietnamese ground) and the state department/embassy. We continue to learn from these first-hand accounts of what it was like on the ground in Vietnam, especially during a chaotic, and highly politicized time. As we know, those on the ground doing the job oftentimes tell a different story than what the news delivers. We hope you enjoy.
#21 – Whose America?: Prologue Hi everyone. Here is the first episode - well, the prologue - for a brand new Martyr Made series called Whose America?, on the American labor wars. This is a series I've been working on for a while, and a story very close to my heart.

I appreciate the patience and support you guys have shown me. I have a habit of over-burdening myself until work grinds to a crawl, then I panic and work myself nearly insane to catch up. Well, the good news is that I only decided to do this prologue at the last minute to set the tone and get the ball rolling, when the *actual* first episode of this series, on the largest insurrection in American history before or since the Civil War, was already almost done. I've got another two books to read before I'm ready to release it into the wild, but it won't be too long.

This episode has already been available to Substack subcribers for a week. I will be doing that from now on, so you can add that to the list of benefits available to subscribers for just $5 p/month or $50 p/year. If you enjoy this episode, or even if you don't but just want to keep my cats from starving, please consider supporting the podcast by becoming a paid subscriber to the MartyrMade Substack.

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#15 - God’s Socialist, pt. 5: The Wounded King This episode begins where the '60s end, when the radicalism of that decade crash headlong into the diminishing expectations of 1970s America. The Weather Underground veers off toward its explosive climax. As the idealism of the student movement is shunted into self-help fads and therapy sessions, what remaining energy of the radical left is drained into increasingly bizarre and violent channels.

I broke this episode up into two parts, so it ends a bit abruptly. The second segment will be available a few hours after this is released.

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*BONUS* The Jeffrey Epstein Series, pts. 1 & 2 (of 3) Here are Parts 1 & 2 of a series exploring potential truth about the Jeffrey Epstein scandal. Part 3 is available on The Martyr Made Substack, so if you aren't tapped out on this topic by the end of two episodes, head over to and become a subscriber for just $5 p/month or $50 p/year to hear that, as well as other subscribers-only MartyrMade podcasts and written content. Thanks again everyone for listening.
BONUS: How A Handful Of Pre-Historic Geniuses Launched Humanity's Technological Revolution BONUS DISCUSSION:  Dr. Nicholas Longrich, senior lecturer in Evolutionary Biology at The University Of Bath (UK), joins the "ROI" team to discuss "How A Handful Of Pre-Historic Geniuses Launched Humanity's Technological Revolution."The host for the 463rd edition of this series is John Kealey, and history buffs are Terri Toppler and Ed Broders.This program is recorded at KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA!
Hillary Clinton's email scandal in the 2016 election! Join us this week as we finish off the Clinton family with Hillary and her email scandal during the 2016 presidential election campaign.Stay tuned folk!Support the show
[Teaser] James Baldwin's Down at the Cross - IB This 20 minute teaser is the conclusion to an hour and 45 minute long Intelligence Briefing we did on Baldwin's magnificent essay Down at the Cross.  The full episode will be patreon-exclusive for roughly a year, so if you don't want to wait, be sure to sign up for our patreon to help support the show!  If you want to read the essay itself, it is available here:
Episode 85 - Visi On, the PC GUI More Visi-fun ahead! Today we are looking at Visi On, a visionary user interface developed for home computers. Along the way we will discuss smalltalk, portability, and how the slick graphics over at Xerox were adapted to run on smaller machines.   Selected Sources: - Toasty Tech's Visi On page, with screenshots and downloads for emulation - A Guided Tour of Visi On - Rosetta Smalltalk
Captain Tripp and Cove Island ***Bonus Old Patreon Episode *** I'm so thankful to have you here today for this one. We're off to Georgian Bay to a haunted Island known as Cove Island.  Where there is said to be a Pirate still wandering around the lighthouse who likes to play cards. Join me now as we go investigate what really is going on over there? 
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CALL OF THE ORIENT EP6: YUKI-ONNA Today's episode takes us to Japan to talk about the Yuki-onna

Host/Script Writer/Researcher: Ethan
Artist: @Yosining
Podcast title suggested by Djhaemy Nazareno
Music: The Path of the Goblin King by Kevin MacLeod

380: Teen Runs Over Librarian | True Crime Today Florida teen convicted of murder after fatally running over city librarian with getaway van

Boy dies after being left in the vehicle for several hours at NE Harris County home, sheriff says

N.Y. man allegedly fakes his own kidnapping 'to gain favor with his estranged spouse'

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373: What Lies On The Other Side? | Rick Hale Interview Rick Hale has been a lifelong paranormal investigator and researcher. In that time, he’s experienced very positive ghostly encounters and some that would make you never want to come out from under the covers. Rick Hale is author of The Geek's Guide To The Strange and Unusual: Poltergeists, Ghosts and Demons. Behold! Shocking True Tales of Terror...and some other spooky stuff. Bullets, Booze and Babes, the haunted history of Chicago and Illinois. Rick writes for, and Paranormal Underground magazine.

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Does everyone survive the death of the body? 

How does a soul seem to get stuck as a “ghost” for hundreds of years?

How did Rick learn to change his opinion on provoking a dark entity? 

We discuss the Mandela effect and how it may work? 

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Part 2 of 3 - Olive Oatman Olive Oatman was an American woman celebrated in her time for her captivity and later release by Native Americans in the Mojave Desert region when she was a teenager. While traveling from Illinois to California, her family was attacked by a small group from a Native American tribe. They clubbed many to death, left her brother Lorenzo for dead, and enslaved Olive and her younger sister Mary Ann, holding them captive for one year before they traded them to the Mohave people, where they were well treated. While Lorenzo exhaustively attempted to recruit governmental help in searching for them, Mary Ann died from starvation and Olive spent four years with the Mohave. Five years after the attack, she was repatriated into American society. The story of the Oatman Massacre began to be retold with dramatic license in the press, as well as in her own memoir and speeches. Novels, plays, movies, and poetry were inspired, which resonated in the media of the time and long afterward. She had become an oddity in 1860s America, partly because of the prominent blue tattooing of her face by the Mohave, making her the first known white woman with Native tattoo on record. Much of what actually occurred during her time with the Native Americans remains unknown.
The History of LGBTQ Rights in America June is Pride Month. The first Pride March took place in June 1970, to commemorate the Stonewall Uprising the year prior. Today on We the People, we look back on LGBTQ rights and advocacy throughout American history—from key stories and figures to key court cases interpreting the scope of LGBTQ rights under the Constitution. James Kirchick, author of Secret City: The Hidden History of Gay Washington, and Dale Carpenter, Judge William Hawley Atwell Chair of Constitutional Law at SMU and author of Flagrant Conduct: The Story of Lawrence v Texas, join Jeffrey Rosen for the conversation.Questions or comments about the show? Email us at today’s conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr.Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at
What the Supreme Court’s Opinion in NYSRPA v. Bruen Means for the Second Amendment On Thursday, June 23, the Supreme Court released its opinion in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v.Bruen. In a 6-3 opinion by Justice Clarence Thomas, the Court held that New York’s law requiring anyone seeking a concealed carry license to demonstrate they had “proper cause” for the license—or a special need for self-defense—violated the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens. The decision expands the Second Amendment right to bear arms to include outside the home. To help us understand the opinion and what it means for gun rights, gun control measures and future reforms and legislation surrounding guns—including assault weapons bans—are Adam Winkler of UCLA, author of Gunfight: The Battle Over the Right to Bear Arms in America, and Clark Neily of the Cato Institute, who served as co-counsel in the landmark Second Amendment case District of Columbia v. Heller. Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, moderates.Questions or comments about the show? Email us at today’s conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr.Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at
The Best or the Worst Doctor? For the first episode, we are covering a legendary doctor: Robert Liston. We are still figuring out audio stuff, so be patient with us! If you like us, be sure to give us 5 stars!If you want to follow us on social media, you can find us on Instagram as @flooredthepodcastSupport the show
1863: The Women Are Very Angry And Their Needs Are Not Being Met. Yes, it's the final in-between-election episode of 1863, and, while the men are at war, the women are feeling particularly neglected and unheard down south...
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Ep. 188: Akron is the birthplace of baseball's biggest myth A myth started in Akron, Ohio led to Abner Doubleday getting credit for being baseball's inventor, and for the Baseball Hall of Fame being placed in Cooperstown, NY. How it happened - and why it took a century for anyone to know Ohio's The Great UnknownThe Great Phospher- Daniel Birch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
40 - Baby Moses, the Rapper and the Nehelamite The baby Moses story might be incredibly famous today, but it has somehow disappeared and reappeared in the time of the writing and compiling of the Bible. Follow the incredible story of how it all (probably) went down. To support the podcast: Support our podcast on Patreon! See for privacy and opt-out information.
38 - What is Exodus As we launch the second season of this podcast, we take a look at what is most important for us to understand Exodus. This is a story about a crisis of leadership, a crisis of faith, and the harsh life until Nebuchadnezzar, the King of Babylon. Support the podcast Support our podcast on Patreon! See for privacy and opt-out information.
39 - The Evil Loser Egyptian King The first chapter of Exodus contains three different stories written by three different people who lived at different times. Two of them were editors, and one was a very talented and funny writer. Support the podcast on Support our podcast on Patreon! See for privacy and opt-out information.
25. Sex Scandals, Sidhis and the Occulted Story of Charles Leadbetter Featuring Ingo Swann Today we read more from Ingos Fabulous Psychic Sexuality! We look at some more recent history that adds to our earlier topic of “other ways of knowing”, but before we go there we dive deeper into the idea of Sexual Regalia. We talk Lesser Vehicle and the Greater Vehicle. The power link between the Lesser and Greater Vehicles for the attainment of special creative powers!Connect Magical Egypthttp://www.magicalegypt.comCoupon Code "Love"Become a Patron
100: Nomonhan Pt. 2 - Opening Phases The summer of 1939, near the Mongolian village of Nomonhan, would see the largest clash between the Soviet Union and Japan of the interwar years, and it would have important ramifications for relations between the two nations as the world was rapidly descending into war.Sources:
Anti-Russian and Anti-Soviet Subversion: The Caucasian-Japanese Nexus, 1904-1945 by Hiroaki Kuromiya and Georges Mamoulia
Japanese Geopolitics and the Mongol Lands, 1915-1945 by Li Narangoa
Khalkin-Gol: The Forgotten War by Amnon Sella
The Lake Khasan Affair of 1938: Overview and Lessons by Alvin D. Coox (1973)
Soviet-Japanese Confrontation in Outer Mongolia: The Battle of Nomonhan-Khalkin Gol by Larry W. Moses (1967
Nomonhan: Japan Against Russia, 1939 by Alvin D. Coox
Nomonhan, 1939: The Red Army's Victory That Shaped World War II by Stuart D. Goldman
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28: Close Air Support with Dr. Matthew Powell Dr. Matthew Powell joins the podcast to discuss tactical air power during the interwar years.Author of: The Development of British Tactical Air Power, 1940-1943: A History of Army Co-operation Command to advertise on History of the Second World War. History of the Second World War is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Allen wrenches and Meatballs If you hear either one of those words by themselves you would have a pretty good idea what the topic is but  when you hear Allen wrenches and Meatballs you know EXACTLY what the topic is... IKEA.  Who started IKEA, what's with those product names and what does IKEA mean?  All the answers and more in just twenty minutes.Thanks for listening and if you have any comments, please feel free to email me at If you want to stay informed of when a new episode launches, follow me on Instagram at @20MYNGB.
54: Clash at the Eurymedon The Delian League had been campaigning in and around the Aegean for the best part of ten years. Thucydides had given us the picture of Athenian growth in power during this period with the league focusing less and less on the Persian threat and looking to police Greeks in the region before then having to turn to their own members looking to leave the league.During this period the Persian Empire was also continuing with their policies within their lands, though mostly out of the view of the Greeks. For this reason, we have no narrative accounts of what was taking place, just small pieces of evidence suggesting likely activities. These would range from further campaigning on their boarders, expanding their lands; put down possible revolts and engaging in great construction projects at their capitols.Although, it had appeared that the Persian threat in the Aegean had died down as the 470’s progressed, just over ten years after the battles of Mycale and Plataea, there would be a renewed effort. The Persian had begun assembling naval and land forces in southern Anatolia to prepare for what appeared to be another campaign directed at the Greeks.Cimon would receive word of the Persian build up and direct the leagues attention towards southern Anatolia as the campaigning season came on. A naval battle would take place at the opening of the Eurymedon River, then the Greeks would fight a land battle to follow up their victory at sea. There is also the possibility that a second naval engagement followed these two battles against a reinforcing force. The battle of the Eurymedon would effectively end any future Persian attempts at launching an offensive directed at Greek lands.Support the show
The Bible's Big Queer History They call it, "The Greatest Story Ever Told." But what if it was, "The Gayest Story Ever Told?" Bet you didn't know the Bible has its very own queer history, did you? We certainly hope we offend a few people, but mostly that we bring new meaning to terms like "beloved" and "exceed." Plus, in lieu of food or drinks, Craig and Will tell their very different but uplifting stories/histories of coming out. It's just a big queer episode all around!
Life Design 03 - Define (WHAT DO YOU WANT TO IMPROVE?) Stevenson (M.Ed.) continues the Design Thinking process by using the data you collected in the Empathize phase (through the Log & Map) to:
1. Define what is important to you
2. Define areas in which you want to improve
3. Define what you want from that area
Life Design 04 - Ideate (DO NOT TELL ME THAT YOU’RE NOT CREATIVE) Now that you have empathized with your own experience and defined what you want to improve, it's time to come up with ideas! Stevenson (M.Ed.) continues the Design Process by covering the Ideate phase, or creating ideas. What are ALL of the potential ways you could reach your objective?
Life Design 05 - Prototype (TURNING IDEAS INTO REALITY) TIME FOR THE RUBBER TO MEET THE ROAD. We have spent time empathizing, defining, and creating ideas. Now it is time to do something. This episode focuses on creating prototypes: WHAT you will do and WHEN you will do it.
Life Design 06 - In Conclusion... WHAT IS A GOOD LIFE? Stevenson concludes the Life Design series with a philosophical and applicable discussion on making the most of life and how Design Thinking applies.
Think About It 001 - Time If the only thing that matters is in front of my eyes, then there's no need to hurry.
Go on and think about it.
Cleopatra Cleopatra VII was part of a dynasty of Macedonian rulers founded by Ptolemy, who served as general under Alexander the Great during his conquest of Egypt in 332 B.C. Cleopatra served as the dominant ruler in all three of her co-regencies and was a shrewd strategist and an ingenious negotiator. Though her life spanned fewer than forty years, it reshaped the contours of the ancient world.Stacy Schiff is the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Cleopatra: A Life. Stacy joins Dan on the podcast to reconstruct Cleopatra’s life. From ascension to the throne, her relationships with Julius Caesar and Mark Anthony, to her eventual death, Stacy and Dan chart the life of a ruler who controlled the largest territory of any woman.Produced by Hannah WardMixed and Mastered by Dougal PatmoreIf you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! To download the History Hit app please go to the Android or Apple store. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Ep. 303 | The History of Guangzhou (Part 1) In this Part 1 episode of a multi-part series Laszlo introduces the most ancient history of the great city of Guangzhou. Long known as Canton in many places, this city has a history that is both fascinating and unique in China. In this installment of the series, we'll explore the early stories and legends from the Shang and Zhou dynasties. Then we'll look at the period when the Guangzhou region first appears on the China map during the Qin. The story picks up the pace during Zhao Tuo's Nanyue Kingdom, a story told before in previous CHP episodes. Finally, we'll look at the Han and Three Kingdoms when there's no doubt about it, this part of southernmost China was here to stay and Guangzhou begins its integration with the rest of the Chinese nation.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Curry, Kheer & Kirstie | Thorka Beans This is the 2nd episode in something a little different. Thorka Beans includes myself and a few other friends, who get together to discuss all sorts of different topics.

A full time stamped breakdown of this episode can be found below:

00:29 - Oats, Dominos & Pizza Hut
01:55 - Birthday cake for breakfast?
02:23 - Digestives & Kheer?
04:01 - The verdict on overnight oats
06:14 - Oat milk
07:29 - Is there a correlation between height & the environment?
09:34 - Race, ethnicity and stereotypes
15:17 - What does South Asian mean?
22:16 - Curry? Is it a useless term or an anchor point?
33:00 - Best mixed grill?
33:38 - Origins of the tikka masala
37:45 - Origins of the term ‘desi’
39:00 - Bananas and American imperialism
40:58 - Sikhs as an ethnicity for census purposes
46:20 - What data is gathered around Sikh as an ethnicity?
51:00 - The Mirabai recension
58:29 - “So for you to sit there and say we all have the same 24 hours in a day is not correct.”
01:00:00 - Kirstie Allsopp: Cancel Netflix & Buy a House
Classic Radio for June 27, 2022 Hour 3 - The Dr Christian Writing Awards of 1945 Dr Christian starring Jean Hersholdt, originally broadcast June 27, 1945, Dr Christian Award Winners of 1945. Jean Hersholt describes his trip to Europe. Doctor Christian returns to the program and presents the award winners of 1945. The second prize winners speak from KDAL, Duluth, Minnesota. A Dr. Christian story is not told on the program. The $2000 award winner ($32,000 today) and several $350 winners ($5600 today) are interviewed. Yes, many of the scripts were not written by a writing staff, but by listeners! Of course, the scripts were professionally edited, but it was a huge draw for the show. Also part 3 of the 5 part Yours Truly Johnny Dollar story, The Longshot Matter, originally broadcast June 27, 1956. Beauty may be skin deep, but fear goes a lot further down than that! Sometimes as deep as death!
Classic Radio for June 27, 2022 Hour 2 - Jack Benny in New York City Jack Benny, originally broadcast June 27, 1948. The program originates from New York City. The last show of the season. A special guest shows up at the end...of course. Also X Minus One, originally broadcast June 27, 1957, The Category Inventor. Robots have taken over most of the jobs on Earth, so what's a guy to do? Invent one!
Classic Radio for June 27, 2022 Hour 1 - Gildersleeve's Wedding Day? The Great Gildersleeve starring Harold Peary, originally broadcast June 27, 1943, 79 years ago, Gildy’s Wedding Day. The wedding of Gildersleeve and Leila! Gildersleeve gets pre-nuptial cold feet
Episode 25: Term Limits Professional politician Adams gives some thought to the profession of politics.
Episode 26: DC vs Heller Come Heller or high water, guns are a right.
EXTRA 1.0 Special Announcement I have an announcement regarding a NEW feature of the History of North America podcast called EXTRA. Many of you have asked me to produce audio versions of each of the Denary Historical Books I have authored—a 10-volume international historical mystery and suspense thriller series titled Denary Novels. Since my Denary books are heavily immersed in history and connected with North America, I’ve decided to present the entire series in podcast form, for FREE. In other words, every episode designated with the word EXTRA shall be fully dedicated to the audio version of Denary Novels, starting of course, with the first book in the series. When one is finished, then I simply move on to the next Book. Those of you who are not fond of historical fiction, can simply skip these EXTRA episodes and continue enjoying my regular History of North America shows. I do, however, hope you will join me on this exciting literary adventure.
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June 26th-Canoe, Ariana Grande, Col. Tom Parker, Abner Doubleday, 1st Pres. to Elope, Gretchen Wilson, Sean Hayes canoe, pop culture 1957, ariana grande, abner doubleday, Col. tom parker, chris isaak, sean hayes, gretchen wilson, patty smyth, terri nunn, chris o'donnell, 1st president to elope, jfk speech to west berlin
Episode 61 – The Recce's first Seaborne Operations and how the British High Commissioner’s Rolls Royce was blown up Much of this week’s episode has been culled from a fantastic book called Iron Fist from the Sea, top secrete Seaborne Recce Operations 1978-1988 by Arne Soderlund and Douw Steyn.
The South African Navy’s reach in those years included all the way up to Cabinda in northern Angola on the west coast, to Dar es Salaam in Tanzania on the East. These days we’re lucky if the patrols can stretch along our own border let alone further afield, but that’s a topic for another time.
The first Seaborne operations carried out by the SADF was in 1972, when it targeted Mozambique resistance movement FRELIMOs training camp in Dar es Salaam, which is over 1500 nauticul miles from Durban, just out of interest. Tanzania’s president Julius Nyerere had offered FRELIMO support and the South Africans responded to a request by the Portuguese government to plan a clandestine operation.
This was to support a Tanzanian foreign Minister called Oscar Kambona who’d fallen out of favour with Nyerere. They wanted to destabilise Tanzania and blame the violence on Nyerere, the targets low-value and injuries to citizens would be avoided.
Eventually they decided that target would be a high value one – called the port of Dar es Salaam – which means “harbour of peace..”.
Friday, June 24, 2022 Today on the Almanac, we remember the Boxer Rebellion and its effects on Christian Missionaries. #OTD #1517 #churchhistory — SHOW NOTES are available: GIVE BACK: Support the work of 1517 today CONTACT: SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Overcast Google Play FOLLOW US: Facebook Twitter Audio production by Christopher Gillespie (
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Sideshow 13: The Legacy of Looking Centuries of history have led us to this point. The show continues to go on.
But even though the sideshow looks a bit different these days… we still see its signature everywhere. We haven’t looked away. 
Want to hear more even though our time is up? The sideshow curious should be sure to check out the following: 

Freaks by Tod Browning 

The digital Lost Museum Project, curated by the City University of New York 
The P.T. Barnum Museum in Bridgeport, Connecticut 
The International Independent Showmen’s Museum in Gibsonton, Florida
Showman’s Rest Cemetery in La Grange, Illinois 
Freak Show: Presenting Human Oddities for Amusement and Profit by Dr. Robert Bogdan 

Louder Than a Riot by guest Kim Kelly, who writes about labor and the sideshowSee for privacy information.
Jonah--Beyond the Tale of a Whale ​Practically everybody’s heard the story of Jonah and the whale—or giant fish. But many view it as a simplistic moral tale or a child's fable. Yet if you look a bit further, there’s a lot more to explore. Coming up this week on The Land and the Book…Jonah: Beyond the Tale of a Whale. Plus, you'll hear all the latest news stories from the Middle East. Hope you'll join us for…The Land and the Book.
ARP249 St Louis Raid North Carolina Overmountain Men form a new government for what would become Tennessee.
A British inspired raid, primarily by disparate groups of Native warriors attack the Spanish outpost at St. Louis, and the Virginia outpost at Cahokia on May 26, 1780.  Both attacks are thwarted.
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Book Recommendation of the Week: The American Revolutionary War in the West, by Stephen Kling, Jr (ed) (at Ft. Plain Museum bookstore).
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Christine Talks Episode Two of Becoming Elizabeth The most wonderful Christine Morgan joins us again to give her brilliant insight into episode two of the Starz series, Becoming Elizabeth. Christine's background in theater and on the stage gives her an eye for details you may not have noticed. This episode will blow your mind!
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67 - The Indian Wars: Jim Savage and The Mariposa War In this episode, we begin a series on the Indian Wars that decimated the native population in the US and specifically California as well.
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On Big Mello, Kanye, Mike Dean & More w/ @TAME, The Aspiring Me | GHH Sessions | S2 | Full Episode Gentlemen’s History Hour is a bi-weekly podcast that engages in casual conversations about the personal history of certain guests as well as historical moments throughout time that shapes the present and influences the future.On this episode of GHH we engage with TAME aka @Theaspiringme.  TAME is an interdisciplinary artist, producer, MC, Father as well as son of legendary Houston MC Big Mellow.  TAME sits down with @Savvi.Hue to discuss his relationship with music from a young age, the roots of his name, musical inspirations, the formation of his first hip hop crew of other MC’s from his area and how his father’s music has been a blueprint of inspiration as he reaches certain milestones in his own musical growth as a man. Ladies and gentlemen sit back and enjoy the magnificent journey of life, death, birth and all of the above from the artist known as TAME, as he shares his aspirations and history.  So take a listen and be sure to like and subscribe!The Problem: We don’t know our full history nor are we taught how to learn it. (A secondary problem being people don’t know where to start.)Our Solution: In just one hour per week, we have beginner Black History dialogue introducing the most dynamic characters, events and acts as well as explaining how it effects us today.The Happy Ending: Empower people with a stronger sense of self, raising awareness, and providing a guide to explore further.Follow: GHH @gentlemenshh             PODN @podnplatformation             Savvi @Savvi.hue             Equality @Equalityhue             Rob J @robjay10xSupport the show • CashApp $podnplatformFollow on FB and IG: @gentlemenshh @podnplatformation. by Savvi Hue for POD'N.
The Monuments Men June 23, 1943. To recover artwork stolen by the Nazis during World War II, the US Government establishes a special army unit known as the Monuments Men. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Australia’s First Woman Prime Minister June 24, 2010. After an internal party struggle, Labor politician Julia Gillard becomes the first woman to be Prime Minister of Australia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Saturday Matinee: The Industry During the 1970s the cold war began to thaw a bit with the policy of detente. It's also when the first US-USSR co-production happened. The idea was to make a non-political children's musical that could appeal to audiences in both countries. The US side would provide the talent with stars like Elizabeth Taylor, Jane Fonda, and Ava Gardner. While the USSR would provide the set, locations, and crew. However the Americans sorely underestimated the situation in the Soviet Union and the cold winter, outdated equipment, and translations issues would cause the production to lag way behind schedule and even temporarily shut down. Interviews include Blue Bird producer Paul Maslansky, and Blue Bird star Todd Lookinland.About The Industry:The Industry is a documentary podcast that examines forgotten movie history. Each episode host Dan Delgado looks at a movie, an event, or a movement in cinema history and attempts to answer the question, 'how did this happen?' The Industry website is Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Bigfoot What’s that sound coming from the trees? Today, Charles and Crofty travel the forests and mountains of North America, hot on the trail of the elusive Sasquatch, following it from Native American legend to the mysterious Bigfoot of the 20th century. Mythillogical logo by Ettore Mazza. You can find more of Ettore's excellent artwork below: Suonatore di Liuto by Kevin MacLeod Link: License:
Geothermal Energy Wherever you happen to be listening to this show, at some level beneath your feet the rocks in the Earth reach a temperature hot enough to boil water and create steam.With steam, you can turn a turbine and create electricity. If everywhere on Earth is just a few kilometers away from tapping into this source of energy, why don’t we use this everywhere?Learn more about geothermal energy, its uses, and its limits, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! Producer: Darcy AdamsAssociate Producers: Peter Bennett & Thor Thomsen Become a supporter on Patreon: your podcast app at newpodcastapps.comSearch Past Episodes at fathom.fmDiscord Server: Everywhere is an Airwave Media podcast." or "Everything Everywhere is part of the Airwave Media podcast networkPlease contact to advertise on Everything Everywhere. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The Polynesians and the Pacific: Interview with Professor Patrick Vinton Kirch Of all the Austronesian-speaking peoples, none have gone further than the Polynesians. Professor Patrick Vinton Kirch of the University of Hawaii is one of the world's leading experts on the Polynesian voyages and colonization of the Pacific, and we discuss how, why, and with what impact the Polynesians spread out over half of the planet.Patrick's book is now available! Get The Verge: Reformation, Renaissance, and Forty Years that Shook the World in hardcopy, ebook, or audiobook (read by Patrick) here: Listen to new episodes 1 week early, to exclusive seasons 1 and 2, and to all episodes ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
Episode 162 - Elizabeth I & Catherine de Medici with Dr Estelle Paranque Natalie Grueninger speaks with Dr Estelle Paranque about her new book, 'Blood, Fire and Gold', a joint biography of Elizabeth I and Catherine de Medici.
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Guns and God at the Supreme Court Richard Epstein covers two recent Supreme Court rulings on the right to bear arms and the prohibition of state funds for religious education.
Episode 44 - Interlude In the period of interlude between the departure of the Almoravids and their return to al-Andalus, some significant events take place.
The Death of Roe v. Wade The boys celebrate the demise of Roe v. Wade, the absurdity of global conspiracy theories, angels and Lucifer, child abuse scandals in the Church, Roman vs. Eastern Rite Catholics, and more.
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"The Burning of Havre de Grace" On a beautiful morning in May 1813, the people of Havre de Grace awoke to a terrifying sight.Out on the bay were the towering masts of a British fleet, and rowing toward them were landing craft filled with Redcoats. Admiral Cockburn, “The Scourge of the Chesapeake,” had brought his reign of terror to the place the Marquis de Lafayette had named "Harbor of Mercy".  As his raiders swept ashore, the American militia fled, leaving only one defiant Irishman standing in their way. See for privacy information.
Out of the Gobi: Weijian Shan on the Cultural Revolution, economic reform and US-China ties I'm off getting married/honeymooning for the next couple of weeks so in my absence please enjoy this fine ChinaTalk vintage.How does a bookish Beijing teenager, who found himself stuck for six years planting potatoes in the Gobi Desert, grow up to study with former chair of the Federal Reserve Janet Yellen, teach at Wharton, and now lead one of Asia's most successful investment firms? In this episode, Weijian Shan, the chairman and CEO of investment firm PAG Group, and the author of Out of the Gobi: My Story of China and America, tells his personal story of exile during the Cultural Revolution and provides his view on China’s economic transformation.ChinaTalk substack: https://chinatalk.substack.comChinaTalk Youtube: ChinaTalk on Patreon: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
What Next TBD: Does Crypto Investment Need to Be Regulated? Fidelity made headlines when they announced you could invest your retirement savings in Bitcoin. Then the crypto market crashed.Guest: Anthony Lee ZhangHost: Sonari Glinton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Ep. 110 - Hal Leonard (Milwaukee WI) Interview w/ Frank Anderson Hal Leonard Songbooks and Sheet Music, music from Killdozer, review of Giant Jones Brewing "Double IPA", and a special interview with Frank L. Anderson (musician, author, director, animator).
160 - Tom Jones Interview We've seen him fly on STS-59, STS-68, and STS-80.. and now we'll see him on The Space Above Us! Astronaut Tom Jones joins us and answers a bunch of questions ranging from stopwatches, travel strategies, and pranks on John Young. Thanks again to Tom Jones for speaking with me. Go check out his website and buy his excellent books!
Warships with Dan Snow Today we are talking warships: from the revolutionary Tudor ships to modern aircraft carriers, and all the innovations along the way. Our guest is History Hit’s own Dan Snow. Dan, a self-confessed Martime history nerd, gives Dallas a whistle stop tour of nearly 200 years of history — from the rise of wooden warships, to how these feats of engineering were built and how they transformed the world, forever. This episode was produced by Emily WhalleyThe senior producer is Charlotte LongEdited and mixed by Seyi AdaobiFor more History Hit content, subscribe to our newsletters here.If you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts, and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! See for privacy and opt-out information.
Revisiting The Barn: a legendary Wilmington jazz club and dance hall We talk to Wilmington native and North Carolina jazz historian Larry Reni Thomas about The Barn, a club that shone brightly during the days of segregation in the 1940s and early '50s, hosting such legendary players as Lionel Hampton, Dizzy Gillespie, Count Basie, Cab Calloway and many more.
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