History – Malta – Recommended podcasts

  • Award-winning ex-BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews fascinating minds & quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to Amanda Knox and Richard Dawkins. New eps Mon & Thu.

  • Nella storia dei paesi che si affacciano sul Mediterraneo cโ€™รจ un buco di circa quattro secoli, che va dal 1200 allโ€™800 a.C. In varie zone scomparvero la scrittura, lโ€™arte figurativa e le cittร . Eppure i secoli precedenti erano stati unโ€™epoca di grande prosperitร  e ricchezza diffuse per il mondo occidentale, dallโ€™Afghanistan fino alla penisola iberica, in cui le persone e le cose si muovevano come mai prima di allora, tanto che qualcuno l'ha definito il primo periodo di globalizzazione nella storia umana.
    E quindi: cosa successe intorno al 1200 a.C.? Perchรฉ molte di quelle civiltร  cosรฌ solide e complesse collassarono su se stesse? Fu davvero colpa dei cosiddetti Popoli del mare, come abbiamo creduto per decenni? Cosa hanno scoperto gli studi degli ultimi anni?

  • Castle Stories is a podcast from Newcastle Castle looking at the history of Newcastle and the North East of England, as well as medieval history and castles more generally.

  • Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8th at the age of 96 years old, months after her Platinum Jubilee, her 70th year as the Queen of the United Kingdom. As the world remembers the longest-reigning monarch, her eldest son Prince Charles is now KING Charles III. It’s the moment he was born destined for – and at 73, he’s been waiting a long time. As one era closes, another one begins. Can Prince Charles fill his mother’s shoes? Will the people accept him as king? Is there even a place for monarchy in our modern world? In Born to Rule, NBC’s Keir Simmons talks to journalists and royal insiders who’ve followed Prince Charles for decades to help us understand this man who is now king.

  • Step into the past and discover the true stories of heroes who defied the odds and made a lasting impact on the world.
    From ancient civilizations to modern times, Anthology of Heroes takes you on a journey through history, uncovering the bravery and determination of those who stood up for what they believed in.

    Be inspired and uplifted by these remarkable tales of courage and defiance.

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    See our website for source material and more

  • Hello Podcast listeners
    This is the story of Ramayana the epic of India for kids. Story told by Grandma Savitha Rajagopal in a simple way so that kids can understand the story. It's narrated like Bed time stories.

  • Imagine yourself dining with Socrates, Plato, or Pythagoras... maybe even Cicero and Julius Caesar...being a soldier marching with Alexander's the Great army in the vast Persian empire discovering new foods... or try and picture the richness of fruits and vegetables in the lush Hanging Gardens of Babylon...what foods did our ancestors ate?

    How did all begin? Why am I so hooked on ancient recipes and ingredients? Is the food delicious? Wholesome? Do you need to know? I think so! Recipes, ingredients, ways of cooking. Timeless and continuous yet unique and so alien to us now days. Staple ingredients of the Mediterranean world -as we think now- like tomatoes, potatoes, rice, peppers, didn't exist. What did they eat? We will travel and imagine how it was to eat like a Greek Philosopher in a symposium in Athens, as a Roman Emperor or as a rich merchant in the last night in Pompeii......Lavish dinners, exotic ingredients, barbaric elements, all intertwined...Stay tuned and find out more here, in 'The Delicious Legacy' Podcast!

    Find all out, right here!

    Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-delicious-legacy.

    If you love to time-travel through food and history why not join us at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-delicious-legacy.

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  • This podcast series will endeavour to cover the story from both the British and Argentinian points of view.

    It was an odd war, fought with the same weapons, NATO weapons. But bullets donโ€™t recognize nationalities, neither do torpedoes and missiles and both sides were going to brutalise each other with western arms. 

    That was only one of many unusual facts about this short sharp war that has left the veterans on both side wondering what it was all for. As we watch Russia invade Ukraine claiming ownership, this is surely a moment to reflect on the Falklands where 255 British military personnel died, along with 649 Argentinians and 3 Falkland Island civilians. 


    In comparison and after 5 days of fighting in the Ukraine, Russia has admitted to at least 500 deaths and thousands of casualties. As I put together this show the numbers in Europe were startling โ€“ a million refugees have fled the Ukraine and the war is going to lead to millions more. 


    GK Chesterton wrote once that โ€œThe true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.โ€  

    For the Argentinianโ€™s there was a lot of military historical water under the bridge and that bridge was built on the Malvinas. We must investigate these because they all add up to a crescendo that became a war. For the British it was the same motivation. 

    The 200 islands in the Falkland Group lie 480 miles north east of Cape Horn straddling the line of 52 degrees latitude and comprising around 4 700 square miles of land. 

    The theme music "Devastation and Revenge" is composed by Kevin MacLeod and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.

    For more details head off to www.abwardpocast.com and select Falklands War from the main menu.

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  • A brief overview of the history of the Vikings, Asatru spiritual practices, and holidays of the ancient Norse peoples. How its practiced today and the evolution of it as a whole.

  • History podcast run by two GCSE history fanatics. Join Jonah and Charlie for chilled chats around the GCSE course, delving deeper into some fascinating stories. Appearing as guests, several renowned and intriguing expert historians help us explore further into some of their specialist areas, before a short political section joined by many other young people with burning questions.
    Subscribe to our newly-created youtube channel, with weekly content for those who prefer more visually stimulating episodes: The Historic Present Pod
    Contact: [email protected]
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  • Explore Global Heritage Issues: No Borders, Just Microphones
    Join your host, Dr. Sarah Chicone, Director of Johns Hopkins University's Cultural Heritage Management graduate program, as she helps us keep our finger on the pulse of heritage in our changing world. Meet leading heritage professionals in the field and listen as they discuss the biggest challenges and accomplishments of heritage today.

  • We are a podcast that delves into many topics such as: Ancient History, Conspiracy, Science, Paranormal, Spirituality, Intellectual Thinking, Consciousness, Theory, Ufology, News, Current Events and Politics just to name a few. We delve into just about anything. We consider ourselves as free and critical thinkers. We enjoy exploring topics and issues in length. We have a saying that says " With Passion and Knowledge Nothing is Off Limits"

  • The “Indictment of the Pearl Harbor 5", is a podcast based on the book of the same name written by Donald J. Young. It carefully details and rightfully places the blame for the unpreparedness of the December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor disaster, on the heads of the U.S. Navy and War Departments in Washington DC.
    “Indictment of the Pearl Harbor 5, “ is available on Amazon.com.

    Donald J. Young is a military historian, author and lecturer, who writes on the pre-Midway period of World War II in the Pacific. His books on the subject include "The Battle of Bataan," "The First 24 Hours of War in the Pacific," "Final Hours in the Pacific," "The Bitter End," and "Fall of the Philippines." He has also authored a dozen stories in military history magazines, including "Aviation History," "Military Heritage," and "WWII Magazine."
    Mr. Young is also the co-founder and first director of the Fort MacArthur Museum in San Pedro, California, which highlights its distinguished role in the defense of our nation.

  • The Official History with Jackson Podcast! Featuring Historical facts from across the ages, and interviews with historians on their specialist topics! To catch up on everything to do with History with Jackson head to www.HistorywithJackson.co.uk Follow us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/HistorywithJ......Follow us on Instagram at @HistorywithJacksonFollow us on Twitter at @HistorywJacksonFollow u on TikTok at @HistorywithJacksonThe History with Jackson Podcast is presented by Past and Present Media

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  • Welcome to the podcast where we talk about the unanswered questions of history and unravel the mysteries and many questions we ask about our past. Join us as we interview some of the foremost authorities on the brink of solving some of the worlds most enduring questions. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jacob-m-drake/support

  • Describes the challenges faced during the war and the outcome of the war

  • Join hosts Sam and Clay as they dive into the background, strategies, and lore behind history's greatest battles. New episodes will be posted every Wednesday and responses from viewers are always welcome. Follow us on social media for more content and to discuss each week's episode!
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  • An online conference focusing on mapping and closely linked professions such as surveying, exploration, navigation, hydrography, and printing, which have conventionally been associated with men: as makers, patrons, users, and interpreters. The conference explores the place of women and the feminine in maps and mapping, with no chronological or geographical bounds, and a broad understanding of 'maps'.