Geschichte – Neuseeland – Empfohlene Podcasts

  • A podcast for all ancient history fans! The Ancients is dedicated to discussing our distant past. Featuring interviews with historians and archaeologists, each episode covers a specific theme from antiquity. From Neolithic Britain to the Fall of Rome. Hosted by Tristan Hughes. 

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  • How did 9/11 the day become 9/11 the idea? That question drives Pineapple Street Studios and award-winning host Dan Taberski (Missing Richard Simmons, Running From COPS, The Line) to shift the focus to what happened on 9/12, and every day after that. 9/12 is a poignant, surprising, and surprisingly funny seven episode series about people who wake up on 9/12 having to navigate a new, radically altered world. A teenager gets caught up in an out-of-control conspiracy theory that he helped start. A Pakistani business owner finds hundreds of his Brooklyn neighbors are disappearing. Joke-writers at The Onion must figure out just how soon is โ€œtoo soonโ€? 9/12 asks what it all means. We know what happened on 9/11. But what happened on 9/12 to alter our memory and our perspective forever?

    The series 9/12 earned three Podcast Academy Awards at the 2022 Ambies, including Podcast of the Year.

  • For more than five years, New Zealand investigative journalist Aaron Smale has been digging into the injustices - and crimes - of the state welfare system of Aotearoa New Zealand. Of all the unbelievable stories he has investigated, none is more shocking than what happened to children and adolescents at Lake Alice Psychiatric Hospital in the 1970s under the supervision of head psychiatrist Selwyn Leeks. This podcast contains descriptions of physical, sexual and psychological abuse perpetrated against children, as well as swearing, and frank discussions about mental health and suicide. Take care when and where you listen.

  • Badlands is a true crime podcast that dives deep into the real stories of the famousโ€“ at their most infamous. Hosted by Jake Brennan, each season explores the real life crimes and scandalous careers of the worldโ€™s most popular cultural figures. In an all new special season, Jake tells the stories of legendary athletes whose misdeeds off the field are as unbelievable as some of their record-breaking plays. New episodes explore some of the most notorious and controversial all-stars, featuring the insane true stories of Ray Lewis, Michael Vick, Diego Maradona, Joe Namath, and many more.

    Listen to new episodes of Badlands wherever you get your podcasts, or binge the entire new season exclusively on Amazon Music at amazon.com/badlands.

  • Tudor history podcasts from Claire Ridgway, author of "On This Day in Tudor History" and many other bestselling Tudor books. Claire also runs the Tudor Society.

  • In 2012, a Tongan man by the name of Tevita Moala came upon the remains of a sunken ship off the coast of Foa, Ha'apai in the Kingdom of Tonga. It was determined that this was the remains of the Port au Prince, a vessel registered to England. How did it get to Tonga and why was it sitting on the bottom of the ocean. This podcast is the fascinating story of the cabin clerk, a young boy by the name of William Mariner, one of the survivors of the Port au Prince who lived in Tonga from 1806 to 1810.

  • The story of New Zealand and its people from its geological origins to modern day, hosted by William Ray, Mฤni Dunlop & Leigh-Marama McLachlan, with animation by Chris Maguren.

  • Delving into the most dark and disturbing missing persons cold cases. Season 2 follows the disappearance of Doreen Vincent, who vanished from her father's house on June 15, 1988 in Wallingford, Connecticut. Hosted by Sarah DiMeo.

  • In this “unashamedly homegrown” podcast we tell the story of our islands from the time before people arrived all the way up to the year 2000. Winner of the bronze award for Best Indie Podcast in the NZ Podcast Awards 2021.

  • FINALIST, ASSN FOR INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING AWARDS 2020. The day John Daniell turned 10, his mum told him she had been a spy.
    Now, he and Guyon Espiner are investigating a family story that could reveal New Zealand's biggest Cold War secret.

  • Veterans Chronicles tells the stories of America's greatest heroes in their own words.

  • Podcast weblog for seminars presented at Manatลซ Taonga - the Ministry for Culture and Heritage

  • Weird Norfolk is a cabinet of curiosities containing forgotten folklore, spooky stories and interesting and odd places to visit in the beautiful county of Norfolk. Hosted by Siofra Connor and Stacia Briggs.

  • No Dogs In Space is a music history podcast featuring Marcus Parks and Carolina Hidalgo of the Last Podcast Network.
    Season 1 - Punk
    Season 2 - Alternative

  • an examination of legal cases from the past which have had an impact on society , as a whole, and legal history, in particular. These are cases that meant something when they occurred and still mean something today.

  • From the most haunted buildings to ghostly landscapes, and breathtaking UFO encounters... Join host Angus King as he relays spine-chilling stories of paranormal occurrences in Aoteraoa, New Zealand - as reported by witnesses.

  • A radio show becomes a book that becomes a podcast about one of the most iconic places of American and international counter culture.

    We will explore the history of the famous Chelsea Hotel in Manhattan, New York and hear the stories of some of its most illustrious guests: Edith Piaf, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Leonard Cohen, Patti Smith, Sid Vicious, Dylan Thomas, Jack Kerouac and many more.

    Come along on a journey to relive some of the most important contributions in music, literature and art as these legends left their mark on this remarkable hotel.

  • Working People: A podcast by, for, and about the working class today (now in partnership with In These Times magazine and The Real News Network).

    Working People is a podcast about working-class lives in 21st-century America. In every episode, you'll hear interviews with workers from around the country, from all walks of life. We'll talk about their life stories, their jobs, politics, and families, their joys and hopes and frustrations. Overall, Working People aims to share and celebrate the diverse stories of working-class people, to remind ourselves that our stories matter, and to build a sense of shared struggle and solidarity between workers around the country.