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  • 19 mai år 2000 blir to jenter voldtatt og drept i badeparadiset Baneheia rett utenfor Kristiansand sentrum. Viggo Kristiansen og Jan Helge Andersen blir funnet skyldige. I dag, 19 år senere, har Andersen sonet ferdig dommen, mens Kristiansen fortsatt sitter inne på forvaring. Han nekter fremdeles all skyld. Advokaten til Viggo Kristiansen mener at det finnes nye bevis og for syvende gang skal nå gjenopptakelseskommisjonen avgjøre om saken bør gjenåpnes eller ikke. Kan det tenkes at Viggo Kristiansen er uskyldig dømt?

    Laget av Lyder Produksjoner for TV2


  • Verdenshistorien har utrolig mye fascinerende å by på. Her serveres du heftige begivenheter, og møter noen av tidenes mest fengslende helter og skurker, svindlere og bedragere. Med Morten Galåsen og Jim Fossheim.

    Sjekk ut Instagram for bilder relatert til episodene på @historiepoddennorge

    For annonsering: silje@modernemedia.no

  • Et reportasjeprogram om norsk og nordisk historie og arkeologi.
    Programledene Øyvind Arntsen og Jan Henrik Ihlebæk reiser land og strand rundt i kulturhistorien. Dette er ikke et studioprogram. Alle reportasjene er "ut på tur" i skog og mark. Temaene er hentet fra arkeologi, historie, kunst og kulturhistorie.
    MUSEUM sendes i P2 på lørdager kl 16.03 med reprise søndag morgen kl 07.30. MUSEUM har vært på lufta siden 2001, og legger stadig ut nye og gamle programmer for podkast og nettradio.

  • Hva var det som skjedde i Lille Helvete? Hvem drepte egentlig John "Svalbard" og Håkon "Lur" jula 1969?50 år har gått, men den brutale øksedrapssaken er heftet ved Fredrikstads historie for alltid. Det er forhold rundt denne saken som kun fantasien setter begrensing for. Med internasjonalt tilsnitt har Drøppertloftet børstet støv av gamle dokumenter, og skal presentere saken som bare Drøppertloftet kan.

  • Po​r​trettserie. Ein jury har kåra dei 15 mest typiske vestlendingane for BT.

  • Studentersamfunnet i Bergen og NRK inviterer til forrykende forelesning fra Kvarteret i Bergen. Den aldri hvilende og alltid frittalende professor, kommentator, demokratiforsker og statsviter Frank Aarebrot byr på en ny historiekveld. Denne gangen er temaet krig. Dette skjer på 75-årsdagen for krigsutbruddet i Norge.

  • Everywhere around us are echoes of the past. Those echoes define the boundaries of states and countries, how we pray and how we fight. They determine what money we spend and how we earn it at work, what language we speak and how we raise our children. From Wondery, host Patrick Wyman, PhD (“Fall Of Rome”) helps us understand our world and how it got to be the way it is.

  • Her er da! Easy listening fra Morgenbladets arkiv.
    Kari Slaatsveen og Håkon Gundersen fråtser i Morgenbladets nesten tohundreårige historie.

  • Thank you for listening to my podcast I hope that it was interesting! In the first quote that was read by the voice actor of Eva was pulled directly from her diary.

  • Producer Jonathan Hirsch had a childhood much like yours -- except his family had a secret. They were followers of a controversial spiritual leader named Franklin Jones. To Jonathan’s parents, Franklin Jones was a god, but to people outside the group, Jones was a cult leader. Now, Jonathan is going back, trying to find out what happened -- and whether the group really did become a cult.

  • Historien er full av store hendelser vi har lært på skolen, lest i en bok, eller sett på film. Dette er stedet for alle de små historiene som druknet i mengden - om oppdageren som kun oppdaget at det ikke var noe å oppdage, om en helgen som fikk generasjoner av jenter til å bli anorektiske, og den grufulle historien bak et helt passe koselig bilde.

  • Pulling back the curtain on all the great debates and controversies of American History.

  • Amateur literary enthusiast Jacke Wilson journeys through the history of literature, from ancient epics to contemporary classics.

    Find out more at historyofliterature.com and facebook.com/historyofliterature.

  • Get help with the Higher History course, making sure you're ready for May's exam

  • Notes on the State is produced at the University of Virginia’s Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies for the University's Bicentennial. The six-part series engages with Thomas Jefferson's legacy today, his contradictions and paradoxes as well as the limits and failures of his ideas, including his writings about equality, slavery, reform, and revolution. Episodes will explore a range of topics: the concept of race and racial difference, the Jeffersonian legacy of protest, slavery at the University of Virginia and Monticello, Jefferson's contributions to the U.S. prison system, and Haiti's influence on the Louisiana Purchase. "Notes on the State" launches Presidents' Day 2019.

  • Lezioni scolastiche su Tacito del prof. Luigi Gaudio. Si possono consultare anche sul web all'indirizzo: www.gaudio.org/lezioni/latino Per informazioni scrivere a luigi@gaudio.org

  • Lezioni scolastiche di storia greca. Si può consultare anche sul web all'indirizzo: http://www.gaudio.org/lezioni/storia/greca/storia_greca.htm Per informazioni scrivere a luigi@gaudio.org

  • Written by French author Alexandre Dumas, The Count of Monte Cristo follows the life of Edmond Dantes as he embarks on a journey of revenge after being wrongly imprisoned and set up by none other than his so-called friends. Set during the years after the fall of Napoleon’s empire, the story unwinds in several locations including Paris, Marseilles, Rome, Monte Cristo and Constantinople.

    A handsome young sailor and soon to be ship captain Edmond Dantes seems to have it all in life, as he returns to Marseilles to wed the love of his life and fiancée, the beautiful Mercedes. However, Edmond’s supposed friends have a hard time staying indifferent to his growing success, and their true jealous nature is revealed. Each has their own reason to envy Edmond. Danglers, who is a colleague of Edmonds, envies his career success, Fernand Mondego is in love with Edmonds fiancée, while his neighbor Caderousse is envious of his luck in life in general. Just as Edmond is about to pick the fruits that life has bore him, he is framed by the dangerously jealous trio, accused of being a traitor and unjustly sentenced to life in prison. As Edmond makes certain acquaintances in prison, he is determined to escape from his confinement and take the vengeance that is rightfully his. When Edmond does in turn return to the world of the free, he acquires a new identity and is motivated by his hunger for revenge. It is not said in vain that revenge is a dish best served cold.

    An intriguing novel of justice, vengeance, mercy and redemption, The Count of Monte Cristo follows its protagonist as he goes through his numerous masks shifting into several aliases including the Count of Monte Cristo, Sinbad the Sailor, Lord Wilmore, and Abbé Busoni. What makes the novel even more captivating is the fact that it is based on a true story. Captivating and keeping the reader at full throttle from beginning to end, it is no wonder the novel is a worldwide literary classic.

  • Roald Amundsens sveitservilla Uranienborg har stått ubebodd i nesten 100 år. Huset står som han forlot det, fullt av spor etter dramatiske polarekspedisjoner. Kari Slaatsveen har låst seg inn for å ta deg med ut på polarisen.

    Frosne erobringer er produsert av Filt Oslo i samarbeid med Follo museum for A-magasinet.

  • A weekly podcast about psychology's past, including interviews with notable historians of psychology, discussions of topics related to the field, and reviews of recent publications.