Historie – Singapore – Anbefalede podcasts

  • Spies don’t talk—it’s the cardinal rule of the business. But on Foreign Policy’s podcast I Spy, we get them to open up. We hear from the operations people: the spies who steal secrets, kill adversaries, and turn agents into double agents. Each episode features one spy telling one dramatic story.

  • Hey! We're Salem (Raluca in the early episodes) and Mia, and we're a medical scientist and a historian who put their brains together to create this medical history podcast! We make content about anything we find interesting that is at the intersection between medicine/ medical science and history, with a queer and/ or social justice flair.

    Support the show: patreon.com/LeechFestPodcast

  • A podcast dedicated to presenting Philippine folklore as well as other Asian legends.

  • BiblioAsia+ is a podcast series about Singapore stories: some unfamiliar, others forgotten, all fascinating. Does Singapore have a stone age? What’s happened to the murals at the old Paya Lebar airport? Who were some local tennis greats? Find out in this original podcast by the National Library of Singapore.

  • 由何太太、一萬、阿金、和子容一起來談歷史,談神學,談天接地氣;一切從書出發。--Hosting provided by SoundOn

  • India is a country like no other.

    1.3 billion people speaking over 121 languages, 3.2 lakh square kilometers encompassing mighty rivers, plains, plateaus, coasts, deserts, and mountains. A democracy with over 2800 political parties, led by firebrand leaders with either a reverential national appeal or clout in smaller localities. This is a country that has given birth to mighty icons: Sachin Tendulkar, Lata Mangeshkar, Homi Bhabha, and the Tatas. Each with their journey, sculpting modern India as we know it.

    India is truly a land of stories. As we complete 75 years of Independence, we bring you a small slice of these tales, these legends, these lores, and some myths.

    Let us embark on this incredible journey together every Monday and Thursday, traveling over 75 years, through 75 stories, with Ayaz Memon, only on the IVM Podcast network.

  • Alan Felts, pastor at SHIFT church in Belgrade, Montana, walks through the Gospel account of Luke to get a beautiful view of Jesus and His Glory. This series began at the end of November 2020 and currently running with new episodes/sermons being posted every Monday.

  • Step into the extraordinary world of humanitarian aid and global crisis response with Daniel Wordsworth, a seasoned professional who has dedicated his life to delivering aid in some of the most perilous corners of the world.

    Whether you're passionate about global affairs or simply seeking inspiration, this podcast offers a firsthand account of resilience, compassion, and the relentless pursuit of hope amidst chaos. Tune in for an eye-opening exploration of a life shaped by the crucible of humanitarian work.

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

  • 50 שנה אחרי מלחמת יום כיפור, חזרנו לאמנים שהופיעו בפני החיילים בחזית, לשירים שהפכו לנכסי צאן ברזל ולרגעים הקשים, המרגשים והבלתי נשכחים

    צילום: אלי חן, באדיבות ארכיון צה"ל במשרד הביטחון

  • ArtMuse aims to reshape the ways in which we interpret well-known works of art by paying dues to the women whose images have been immortalized but whose names and stories have been wrongfully overlooked. Each episode will focus our attention on the female muse, sharing their important lives and legacy.

  • The Bible is an amazing, potentially life changing, collection of literature. It’s been inspirational for thousands of years - and some say you can hear God through it. In this podcast, we’re going to share our experiences of listening through the Bible at a boxset binge pace. We’re going to engage with it and let it move us. The journey will take us through time and space with some of history’s most remarkable characters and world-shaping ideas. Who knows how differently we’ll see life along the way? Find out more and join the journey with us at https://severnvineyard.org/bible

  • Explore the transformative era of The French Revolution in this six-part series, delving into the origins, key events, and lasting impact of one of history's most significant upheavals. From the social and political tensions that led to the fall of the Bastille, through the radical Reign of Terror, to the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte, each episode unravels the complexities of revolutionary France. Discover the sweeping reforms, the abolition of feudal privileges, and the enduring legacy of the revolution that reshaped France and inspired democratic movements worldwide.

  • Internationally respected author, blogger and learning expert, Donald Clark joins John Helmer of the Learning Hack podcast to discuss the history of thought and theorising about learning. The inspired, the enduring, the wacked-out weird and the just plain wrong, from Aristotle to the present day.
    © John Helmer 2021

  • The Peking Hotel podcast and newsletter take you down memory lane of recent history in China, and narrates China’s reality through the personal tales of China experts. The stories here are a reminder of what China used to be and what it is capable of becoming.


  • Historias is a Iberian history podcast. Each monthly episode is an interview with a historian on a particular topic in Spanish and Iberian history.

  • An eclectic podcast which aims to bridge the gap between the paranormal and the occult. We interview authors, fellow podcasters, and of course, experiencers. If you have seen or experienced something supernatural, paranormal or unusual send us an email at [email protected] for a chance to be a guest on the show

  • Dorm Room History's Eric Andresen brings a new look to the history of China. A weekly show that traces China from the beginning to modern times.

  • 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 gets inverted, where the footnote becomes the real story.

  • பார்த்திபன் கனவு, கல்கி கிருஷ்ணமூர்த்தி கல்கி இதழில் தொடராக எழுதிய புகழ் பெற்ற வரலாற்றுப் புதினமாகும். இது பின்னர் நூலாக வெளிவந்தது. இச்சரித்திரக் கதையில் பார்த்திபன் எனும் சோழ மன்னரின் கனவு அவரின் புத்திரன் மூலம் எவ்வாறு நிறைவேறுகின்றது என்பது அழகாகக் கூறப்பட்டுள்ளது. Hello Vikatan வழங்கும் பார்த்திபன் கனவு.

  • In the 1970s it's estimated that about 60% of the world's LSD came from one place: Wales. This is the story of an attempt to start a revolution of the mind, from a Welsh farmhouse.