Historie – Nigeria – Anbefalede podcasts

  • Earning money legally? Boooring. It's not just in the movies that you find dishonest people who will do anything to line their pockets. These crooks you're about to hear about have been making money by ripping off the world for years. Worthy of the greatest Hollywood scenarios!Bold and manipulative, they fooled even the smartest people.But these dreams can't last forever; the truth always comes out. In our podcast Legendary Crooks, you'll discover the incredible but true stories of Charles Ponzi, Bernard Madoff, or the story of Victor Lustig, the man who sold the Eiffel Tower.

  • In preparation for the 50th anniversary of the World War II D-Day invasion, Richard Dowdell traveled to Normandy, France in October 1993. While there, he toured key locations the Allies targeted in the effort to breach Adolf Hitler’s “Atlantic Wall”.
    Dowdell interviewed veterans and French civilians who experienced that historic day June 6th, 1944.
    Dowdell returned to capture harrowing stories from Oklahoma D-Day veterans.

    Production assistance by Joe Riddle

    Society of Professional Journalist - Best Documentary
    Oklahoma Broadcaster Association - Special Recognition

  • The Republic is a narrative podcast series exploring pivotal Nigerian and broader African historical events and figures. In the first season, host Wale Lawal traces the significance of the June 12 1993 election, 30 years on. June 12, which marked the political rise of Moshood Kashimawo Olawale ‘M. K. O.’ Abiola and culminated in his arrest and death, no longer feels inanimate. Why was it such a pivotal moment? What did it feel like to experience it? And why has it remained engrained in Nigeria’s political consciousness?

  • The aim of The Aspiring Polymath is to provide a casual, but engaging environment for listeners to explore topics in fields such as history, music, politics, finance, and so much more. To create discussions on stimulating topics and inspire us all to continuously learn new things - to aspire to polymathy.

  • DW’s Shadows of German Colonialism podcast explores how Germany’s imperial ambitions in Africa met fierce resistance, and descended into exploitation and violence. The series follows on from the African Roots podcast, which portrays the men and women who shaped Africa's past, present and future. We meets big names, and tell the story of others who have stayed out of the spotlight. But what binds them together, is their African Roots.

  • Gallo Vault Sessions is a 6-part podcast series brought to you by Gallo in collaboration with KONJO. We delve into the story of Gallo Music, Africa’s largest and oldest recording company, and reflect on the ways music shapes culture, and how our culture has been shaped by music…both at the centre and periphery of Africa’s music history. We bridge 95 years of Gallo’s music history with KONJO’s passion for cultural storytelling and chat with artists, label execs, radio veterans and music thinkers as we explore the undercurrents, backstories and overlooked tapes from the Gallo Vault…from mbaqanga to soul, and of course, provide you with a curated playlist to soundtrack your month.

    Follow us on @gallorecordcompany & @k.o.n.j.o
    All GVS mixes can be found here: https://www.mixcloud.com/KONJO/

  • AgriTalk originated on August 1, 1994 when Ken Root keyed the microphone and introduced a rural affairs show that was not afraid of controversy. He hosted the daily hour at 10:00 am with colorful guests and callers that drove the content of the program. At times, Root was more of a referee than a conductor.Over the next seven years, AgriTalk dealt with many issues that faced Rural America. Some still resonate today.Ken has been given the opportunity to highlight shows that are exemplary of the issues of the 1990's. He has linked several of the topics of the last century with today. Listen in to remember how it was and how it is.


  • The Real Wakandas of Africa brings together an academic discussion of African history with spoken word and hip-hop music. Professor and author Maurice Miles Martinez (MC Brotha Miles) engages his listeners with his impressions of voices of famous Black people, a discussion of African history and an original spoken word or hip-hop track at the end of each episode. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maurice-miles-martinez/support

  • History, Politics, People. A podcast that tackles humanity’s greatest achievements as well as our ugliest history. For more on Mythology and History check out Time’s Tall Tales on Spotify!

  • Vikings is an immersive podcast series that delves into the fascinating world of Vikings, the legendary explorers, warriors, and settlers of the Norse period. Each episode of this richly detailed podcast brings to life a different aspect of Viking culture, history, and mythology, narrated with captivating storytelling and backed by meticulous research.

    Whether you're a history buff, a fan of Norse mythology, or just curious about the world of the Vikings, "Voyages of the Northmen" promises to be an enlightening and engaging journey through the fjords, battlefields, and longhouses of Viking history. Join us as we set sail into the past, uncovering the mysteries and the legacy of the Northmen.

  • I Have a Dream: Martin Luther King Jr.'s Landmark Speech
    On August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his iconic "I Have a Dream" speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. In this speech, King called for an end to racism and segregation in America, and he envisioned a future where all people would be treated equal.In this podcast episode, we will listen to King's entire speech and reflect on its significance. In this series we will discuss the historical context of the speech, as well as its impact on the Civil Rights Movement and American culture. We will also consider the relevance of King's message today.This podcast is for anyone who wants to learn more about Martin Luther King Jr., the Civil Rights Movement, or American history. It is also for anyone who is inspired by King's message of hope and equality. Some of the topics we will cover in this series:
    Historical context of the "I Have a Dream" speechListening to the speechDiscussion of the speech's significanceRelevance of King's message today

  • In this podcast I am talking about how did the Transatlantic Slave Trade end in America, and how are past injustice affecting the modern world.

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    Welcome to Strange Encounters, the YouTube channel that delves deep into the strange and unknown encounters that people have experienced with extraterrestrial and mysterious entities. Our goal is to bring you the most spine-tingling stories that will leave you questioning the very fabric of reality.

    On this channel, we explore firsthand accounts of encounters with strange beings, from aliens to cryptids and everything in between. We'll be bringing you stories from all around the world, and some of these encounters are so unbelievable, they will leave you wondering what else could be out there.

    If you're fascinated by the mysteries of the universe and the unknown, then this is the channel for you. We promise to bring you the most intriguing and unsettling stories from people who have experienced the unexplainable firsthand.

  • The Fearless and Proud podcast is hosted by FOX Business' Gerri Willis. The series looks at acts of bravery and strength by women. March is 'Women's History Month' and in this first season we look at women who played important roles in the 'Civil War' as soldiers, spies and nurses.

  • Host, Isaac Poole, discusses the USS Kidd with guest speaker John Paul Herrington

  • Uncultured is a show that uses stories and conversations with cultural connoisseurs to deep dive into Nigeriaโ€™s history and bring you interesting answers to our most random and relevant questions, like โ€“ What is Afrobeats? What started Nigeria and Ghanaโ€™s beef ? And why the nostalgia for old Nollywood all of a sudden? Listen as we explore the who, what, why and whereโ€™s of some of the richest subjects in Nigerian culture.

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • The Opy Experience is a podcast for those those that love stories. In each episode, Opy will be narrating either a true crime story, one of her fiction pieces,history or a real life experience from all over the world.
    Grab your coffee and earphones and let's escape reality together.