History – New podcasts

  • Every week we have conversations with the most successful people in our network. We learn their stories and the lessons learned before diving in and getting the real "meat." Every single show has actionable takeaways that listeners can implement in their own life or business. We focus on topics around traffic, brand awareness, wealth growth, podcasting, marketing automation, mindset, lifestyle, and business systematization but have been known to go pretty "off script" from time to time to discuss a wide variety of topics to help people improve their lives. We describe our show as "A Life Improvement Podcasting Masquerading As A Business Podcast."

  • Stanley Tucci imagines the story of modern California as a movie screenplay, tracing the dramatic history of the state from Hollywood to Silicon Valley.

  • A conversational approach to interpreting history. Hosts Patrick and Matt aim to connect you to some of your favorite stories from the past as well as ones you might not have ever heard before!

  • The Alabama Grist Mill by Alabama Pioneers is a podcast to highlight historical Alabama with stories and history from the Alabama Pioneers website.

  • Podcast to battle misinformation, miseducation, and all around willful ignorance of history.

  • An occult history of post-war Western society, exploring how a sleazy cast of spooks, gangsters, politicians, business leaders, and outright monsters have shaped our glitching reality, unleashing dark, dangerous forces in the process.

  • Ever wanted to understand the key themes driving over five hundred years of European history? In this album, architecture reveals the social, religious and economic fortunes of some of the most influential people between 1400 and 1900. By the end of the 19th century Queen Victoria presided over the vast British Empire. She looked out from London, the heart of her empire, with its buildings echoing Imperial Rome. Brussels’ architecture, like London’s, was also designed to show the world the power and imagination of its 19th century king, Leopold the 1st. Architecture was also used in the medieval period to show devotion to God or simply to signal wealth and authority. The wealthy French nobleman, Jacques Coeur, completed his imposing palace in 1450 and Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick’s chapel not only reflects contemporary ideas about death and salvation but also the status of one of the most powerful English noblemen of the 15th century. This material is taken from The Open University course A200 Exploring history: medieval to modern 1400 - 1900.

  • Where did the Nazca Lines come from? Who built Stonehenge, and what secrets lie concealed within Egypt's pyramids? To find out, join the Naked Archaeologists as they undress the past...

  • From witches to artists to revolutionaries; Phenomná is a feminist history podcast looking at Irish women who have been under represented or written out of mainstream history. It is presented by Maria Butler and Shaunna Lee Lynch who are both very excited to help share the stories of the Irish women who shaped the world we live in today.

  • Welcome to British Food, a History: Lent.
    In his first podcast series, chef, food historian, scientist and blogger, Dr Neil Buttery charts the season of Lent.
    Over seven episodes, dropping each Sunday throughout Lent (starting 23/02/20), he'll be looking at the special days and customs that crop up over the 40-day fast, assessing it from every angle: the food, the social history, the anthropology and the science. Of course there's a healthy sprinkling of religion in there too. It's a podcast that tells us about why we mark Lent, how we do it and how that all fits into our evolutionary journey.
    Just how did communities manage to get through it in centuries past? It must have been a grim and gruelling part of the year in miserable Britain. No meat products were permitted and there was little or no fresh produce, given the bleak time of year Lent usually falls.
    As we move across time, toward the modern day, we’ll see how the strict rules of Lent have changed and slackened as our lives have become less and less gruelling. This may be a good thing, but it means we’ve lost many of our customs, much of our heritage, and – frankly – the point.
    Throughout the series, Neil will be interviewing all types of people, from bishops to evolutionary biologists, chocolatiers to farmers as well as the great British public.
    For episode notes, please visit the website (https://britishfoodhistory.com/lent-podcast/)
    The series is written and presented by Neil Buttery and is produced by Beena Khetani.
    Made in Manchester by Sonder Radio (https://www.sonderradio.com/)

  • November 24th, 1964 - DALLAS. On live television, night club owner Jack Ruby killed Lee Harvey Oswald, the man in Dallas Police Custody for the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy. On March 4th, 1964, Ruby was put on trial for the murder in Downtown Dallas. Armed with original trial transcripts, rare audio, news accounts, and interviews from those personally involved in the case, we bring to you a daily recap of the State of Texas v. Jack Ruby - The Original Trial of The Century. Join us each day beginning March 3.
    Eric Bushman is Assistant News Director for WBAP and KLIF. Brandon Birmingham is a State District Judge in Dallas.

    Audio Credit: Interviews with Melvin Belli and Joe Tonahill provided by KRLD-TV, KDFW-TV Collection/the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza and WFAA-TV Collection/The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. Audio of the shooting was recorded by Tom Pettit for NBC TV as broadcast by WBAP in Dallas/Fort Worth.

  • Podcasting the news from a long time ago. Who needs current affairs?

  • A podcast series that covers the history of Cuba, from Columbus to Castro, focusing on the events of the Cuban Revolution of 1953-1959, its causes, and its repercussions.

  • Since 1967, the fishing content hub of Salmon Trout Steelheader

  • The Dead Ladies Show presents the stories of amazing women from history told live on stage in Berlin and beyond. Inspiring, irreverent, and entertaining! @deadladiesshow on Instagram and Twitter. Facebook: thedeadladiesshow.

  • Egham Museum has a collection that's quirky and quite frankly odd. So if you like talking about museum objects and some of the more curious items that lurk within their collections, this is the podcast for you!

    Established in 1968, The Egham Museum is an independent, community museum and registered charity reliant on volunteers. Through our exhibitions and innovative use of our collections, we provide our local communities and visitors a centre of life-long learning dedicated to raising awareness, sharing knowledge and promoting the enjoyment of history.