History – New podcasts

  • From a Westboro Baptist Church defector and an ex-Hasidic Jew to the world's first ever blogger and teenage class president who confessed to being a pedophile, BBC journalist Andrew Gold takes us away from our comfort zone and into the worlds of people on the edge. New episodes every Wednesday.


    It's been a top Editor Pick for Castbox and Stitcher, who also placed it in their 'What we're listening to'. Andrew has been making documentaries about bizarre, unusual and remarkable people around the world for a decade. He's done battle with an exorcist, taken on anti-abortionists and hunted for UFOs, all while living in six different countries and learning to speak five languages.


    In this podcast, he aims to get to the humanity of people living on the fringes, and introduce these people with diverse ways of looking at the world to the listener. It's not all deep and sad - he aims to get humour and fun out of these people, so the audience can also actually...be entertained! Follow him on twitter here @andrewgold_ok and check out his documentaries on his YouTube channel.


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  • The Secret Struggle for Cold War Dominance is a podcast that goes behind the scenes of the Cold War. Going beyond the traditional narrative, we unveil how the ‘East’ and the ‘West’ struggled for dominance and find that, in fact, the Cold War was a very ‘hot’ and global conflict.

    Thanks to recently declassified documents, we shed new light on the most secretive aspects of the global Cold War, revealing that not every alliance was sacred, that military assistance was an ‘export commodity’, and that superpowers and small states were equally eager to use secret intelligence to achieve their goals

  • Discover how fast controversy can move up in the polls in Parcastโ€™s new limited series, Political Scandals. From greed and lust to deceit and cover-ups, weโ€™ll unpack the most shocking events in American historyโ€”all leading up to the 2020 election. Every Tuesday, join us as we breakdown the rise and fall of our most infamous elected officials, measuring the impact it had on the country and history. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/parcast/support

  • this is a podcast about the Suez Canal crisis and a terrifying story took place in the crisis

  • The Seforimchatter podcast is dedicated to the discussion of Seforim (holy texts and works pertaining to them), Jewish (non-sacred) Books, Jewish History and more. The variety of guests include rabbis, professors, historians, authors, editors, and others in the field.For more information or to sponsor a show, check out @seforimchatter on Twitter or email seforimchatter@gmail.com

  • Taking you on a nostalgic journey back in time through big-name interviews with the legendary DJs, MCs, producers, promoters and pirates who got you dancing through the Decade of Rave – and who you’ve loved ever since.

  • My grandad worked on the bomb that dropped on Hiroshima. Could another man - Leo Szilard - have stopped it?

  • Short stories of black history that your history teacher won’t tell you. Explore fun and interesting facts about black history with guest that have actually lived through some of it.

  • "I Have a Dream" is a public speech that was delivered by American civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963, in which he called for civil and economic rights and an end to racism in the United States. Delivered to over 250,000 civil rights supporters from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., the speech was a defining moment of the civil rights movement and among the most iconic speeches in American history.

  • Manchán Magan investigates the quirks, conundrums and wonders of Ireland such as, how were the Irish able to make a cheese hard enough to kill the semi-divine leader of Connaught, Queen Maeve? What is it like to spend hours alone in an ancient cave of transformation where Gaelic warriors endured periods of isolation to prove their manhood? How long does it take for an urban pond to become a multi-dimensional wonderland? Or, what exactly is the neurological effect of staring at an art work? The Almanac of Ireland aims to answer these and many more questions.

  • This is a podcast produced by the staff and volunteers of the museum.
    We hope that we can bring a bit of fun, facts and entertainment to you, while exploring the history of policing.

  • The history of the rise of Al-Andalus and the gradual re-conquering of Spain by the Spanish Christian kingdoms is an epic tale beginning in the year 712 and concluding with the fall of the Kingdom of Grenada in 1492. Join the History of the Crusades Podcast as we cover this lengthy piece of narrative history.

  • With the 2006 acquisition of the Burndy Library (a collection of nearly 70,000 items), The Huntington became one the top institutions in the world for the study of the history of science and technology. In November 2008, The Huntington opened Dibner Hall of the History of Science, which features the permanent exhibition “Beautiful Science: Ideas that Change the World.” It includes galleries devoted to astronomy, natural history, medicine, and light. In lectures and interviews, curators and scholars explore a variety of subjects in the history of science.

  • A podcast that breathes new life into Washington state's coldest cases. Host, Ashley Smith, tells stories that you won’t hear anywhere else. Can she help solve these mysteries or have all the answers been... washed away?

  • Host Collin Sugg researches lesser-known historical figures such as Adoniram Judson, the first successful American missionary to Burma. Peng Jiamu, a Chinese biochemist who disappeared in the Lop Nur Deseret. And Caracalla, a Roman Emperor who believed he was the rencarnation of Alexander The Great, new episodes released every Thursday.

  • Then & Now connects past to present, using historical analysis and context to help guide us through modern issues and policy decisions. Then & Now is brought to you by the UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy.Then & Now is produced by Maia Ferdman and David Myers, and features original music by Daniel Raijman.

  • Some of the UK’s most familiar voices come together, in association with Aldi UK, official supermarket partner of Team GB, for this brand new podcast of front-row stories from the biggest moments in sporting history.  

    Mark Pougatch, John Inverdale, Sonja McLaughlan, Jonathan Overend and Marcus Buckland form a heavyweight new broadcasting alliance.

    Series One takes you through the ropes to the Olympic Games, running concurrently with the postponed Tokyo 2020 schedule.

    Legends of the track and the mic come together for tall-tales, insider-stories, celebrity-spots and broadcasting secrets.