Karen Abbott, author of Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy, joins the Most Notorious Podcast to talk about a group of extraordinary women in 1860s America, both Union and Confederate, who become spies to help advance their sides in the Civil War.
Author of "Anatomy of a Spy" and journalist Michael Smith joins the Dry CleanerCast to take a keen and narrow look into what makes a spy's brain tick and gets the gears going.
Still curious about how spies get to be where they are now? Here is the first part of the first episode of Espionage, the latest podcast from Parcast.
“By spy fans, for spy fans”. That’s the motto of this podcast, and it fits the content right to a T. Spybrary is a trove of information about the spy genre, a reputable source you can’t brush aside.
Sit down with Ian Sanders, host of the "Cold War Conversations" podcast, and have a conversation about the realities of war and espionage.
Author Joyce Wayne lays out the setting of wartime Ottawa, the unassuming spy city just north of the American border.
This Is Your FBI involve everything from crackdowns on organized crime, or stories of individual lawbreakers. Some were well know crimes being worked on during that time period. The agents handled cases involving fraud, petty crime and professional crooks, as well as clearing those falsely accused.