The Feast presents delectable stories from the dining tables of history. Every two weeks, we immerse you in the sights, sounds, & tastes of a meal from the past. Make bread with medieval monks; share a martini with Churchill. Find out what wars were won & which kingdoms were lost, all for the sake of a good meal. Email suggestions for shows to [email protected]
By Rev. Elliott Robinson, JD, MDiv - Public Theologian
Creative Tension gives a voice to people and periods of struggle, forgotten by history. Rev. Elliott Robinson, JD, MDiv. guides listeners on the first stop on this journey, “The Jim Crow Years.” With a mixture of interviews, archival audio and group discussions, Creative Tension will taken an in-depth look into the messiness of American History and the search for social justice.
Creative Tension is made possible thru the support of the John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History and Culture at Duke University and their Behind the Veil Oral History Project.
The greatest stories of classic lit...without actually having to read the books
From the creators of Myths and Legends, comes an altogether same-but-different podcast set in the world of classic lit. These are the stories of Dracula, The Time Machine, The Three Musketeers. They're stories written by Jane Austen, Shakespeare, and H.P. Lovecraft, but with a casual, modern tone. Listen as Jason and Carissa Weiser breathe new life into the classics and tell the stories of some of the greatest books ever written.
Mean Old World is a storytelling podcast covering the stories that history wants to hide. Cults, Killers, Massacres, Mysteries. Every month we explore more of this Mean Old World we call home. Join us, stay safe, and don't become a story.
This is not your typical travel show. Gary Arndt has been traveling non-stop since 2007 and has visited over 100 countries and all 7 continents. Listen to Gary as he shares stories from the road and interviews of some of the most interesting people in the world, on a wide array of topics.
A philosophy discussion between a philosophy instructor and his not-a-philosophy-instructor wife. Each episode we explore a philosophical topic and try to both learn something and have fun along the way.
"Betcha Didn't Know That" is a biweekly podcast hosted by Mandy and Kevin where each episode will involve a single topic. Both Mandy and Kevin will research that topic to find the story gem and the little nuggets of cool information you can only get when doing research. Then, they sit at a table, and without revealing their own stories prior, the podcast begins.
Mandy and Kevin are long-time friends and podcasting buddies. This is their first podcast on their own.
Welcome to the Forgotten News Podcast.This podcast is your window to hear true stories from long ago.Stories that once made headlines. Stories that people thought would be unforgettable, but soon were lost in the sands of time, or were buried deep in the dustbin of history. In this podcast, we shake off the sand and dust, and share those stories here with you - as fresh as the day they were first told.
Exploring the great strategic minds, both military and civilian, among them Sun Tzu, Clausewitz, and John Boyd. Also exploring outlier organisations from business, and sports. Looking at how this can be understood from a Mental Models perspective, and how strategy, training, and learning can be taken to new levels by understanding how the mind works, and how team performance really are fundamentally determined by the speed of learning, and how useful the shared mental models are. The teams, both civilian, and military that understands this the best will have Almost Unfair advantages. The next generation of organisations, in sports, business, and military will need this understanding to be competitive.
Oddcast Podblast is a show that discusses the paranormal and encourages listeners to chime in on social media with their experiences and stories, follow the hash tag #OCPB. Send your stories, pictures, videos and more to us, and your story might make the
Enjoy interesting conversations about faith, culture, history, the music industry, and whatever else I find inspiring at the moment. We'll have great interviews with people who are following their passions and offer takeaways for the listener to apply in their own pursuits.
Nerds on Cinema, the place to get all of our movie reviews, film conversations, and the occasional commentary track. The Halloween Horrorfest, our 31 days with 31 podcasts will now be here. We hope this will clear up the Talk Nerdy 2 Me feed for more topics, while giving us the ability here to have more in depth discussions.
Rad Chinese gathers Chinese people for dinner, discussion, and activities that reveal systems of oppression and help us work towards alternatives. Learn more about your people as we share personal experiences, identify privilege & internalized white supremacy, and generate next steps in preparing to fight for the liberation of all oppressed people.
This podcast holds recordings of our Rad BYOB events, where 2+ members summarize a 30 minute reading in 15 minutes, then lead a group discussion on 2 relevant questions. Like what you hear? Find your nearest rad community or start your own. Learn more at bit.ly/rad-byob.
Waves is a podcast devoted to the numerous film "Waves" throughout history. Each season will consist of one film movement, which will include Italian Neorealism, the French New Wave, New German Cinema, and several others. We'll eventually cover them all.
Melbourne's Herald Sun has the best crime writers in the business. Here they share the biggest crime news, interviews and features about the kingpins, crims and court cases that have captivated the nation.
This is a podcast about history. According to Mark Twain ‘the very ink with which all history is written is merely fluid prejudice’. For me, the study of history is in many ways a mapping of the present — what some call ‘cartographies of the present’ — mapping out and understanding what went before, so we can see more clearly what is in front of us. History is about narrative — it tells us stories. It is the story within history. Episodes discuss European colonialism, religion and the reformations, Europe and Islam, slavery, and Scotland.
Um podcast de conteúdo 100% original, que te levará a conhecer incríveis histórias completamente reais do mundo e seus marcantes mistérios. - Nova temporada em setembro. - Torne-se agora um patrono do Mistérios Literários em www.padrim.com.br/misteriosliterarios e tenha acesso a episódios exclusivos!
Alan has a Law Degree. Kris has a wild imagination. They share an interest in science fiction and a fascination with space. Every week they discuss different aspects of the history and potential future of space exploration and commercialization, with a focus on legal and ethical issues.
Life isn't black and white; it's complicated. Yet, many of us paint it in this simple color scheme. Our political ideas and party are on the"right side of history". My view of history isn't biased or incomplete, it's correct. What I know about the world and life now is enough anyway: if I need to know something, I would already have grasp of it. More Informed is a podcast/blog that believes this thinking is, at best, ignorant and, at it's worst, destructive. While historically focused, MI discusses common issues where the above occurs and works to give a levelheaded arguments for all sides. This podcast familiarizes listeners with forgotten histories, nuanced ideological systems and scientific breakthroughs that shaped the way we live today.
Cryptid Zone (@cryptidzone) is a monthly podcast discussing the important issues: cryptozoology, folkloric creatures and conspiracy theories. Hosted by extremely pro monster hunters Lois Stone (@supitslois) and Jeremy Hewes (@jeremy_hewes), in a manner which is very serious and not at all dumb.
A chronological look back at the pop culture events which shaped our history. If you are just a fan of nostalgia, a child of the 80s, or a pop culture historian, keep tuning in for your weekly lesson of Pop History.
Between 1942 and 1945, the US government locked up tens of thousands of Japanese American citizens not because of anything they’d done but because of who they were. Scapegoat Cities is a podcast that helps you know and feel what this episode of mass injustice was. Each episode tells one true and moving human story drawn from historian Eric Muller’s two decades of research, reminding us of the devastating harm that can arise when a frightened nation turns against its own people.
Pharmatopia is a podcast about drug law, history, and culture which gives in-depth analysis into the amazing and sometimes strange stories that make up the world’s black and not-so-black market. Hosted by Benjamin Turley, every episode is a narrative journey as special guests give insight into an environment often cast aside by society.
The Tale of Rome is a narration of ancient Rome and its history from the founding of Rome in the year 753 BC, until the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 AD.
This podcast is published on a weekly basis, and episodes are around fifteen minutes in length.
Episode by episode, the podcast will travel in time, starting from a man called Aeneas who left Troy and settled in Italy. It will continue its trip to the birth of Romulus and Remus, and how they founded Rome. Later you will hear about the things the Kings of Rome did (and didn’t do) to stay in power, and how they ultimately lost that power, giving way to the Republic of Rome.
Then, we will sail through the lands of the Mediterranean Sea as Rome grows. Battle after battle, we will learn of treachery, murders, bribes, love triangles, and more, as we approach the time when the Republic is ripe to fall. The Empire of Rome will be at our doorsteps, with all the glory and vanity of good and bad emperors.
We will travel through the Golden Age of Rome, with the well known Five Good Emperors, and then we will watch Rome slide, slowly and inexorably, to its demise. By the time we have reached the fifth century, there will be no man and no god (true or false) who will save Rome.
Buckle up, it is a bumpy ride!
I've been making YouTube videos for years and after some encouragement from friends and fans, I'm going to try my hand at podcasting. I plan to share my thoughts here on how history and philosophy influence my life on a regular basis.
Peru Travel Podcast is an entertaining and fun way to hear stories and learn everything you need to know about travel in Peru! Your host, David Kosloski, along with co-host, Charlie Thompson, walk you through the dos and don'ts, must sees, what to expect, and the culture of Peru. Your ears with thank you for listening, if you're an avid traveler.
Après YouTube, le podcast ! L'Amérique comme vous ne l'avez jamais vue ! Découvrons ensemble comment les mythes Américains se sont construits, revenons sur des événements qui ont marqué les esprits et apprenons comment certains lieux sont devenus si iconiques, tout en revenant, de temps-en-temps, sur des faits d'actualité.
Scott Dreyer from the US State of Virginia has been teaching languages and history around the world since 1986. Dreyer studied one year in Germany and graduated from the College of William and Mary (est. 1693) with a history degree and teaching license. He taught in Taiwan from 1989-1999 and co-authored "Write like a Champion," which won Taiwan's 2008 "Foreign Language Book of the Year" award. He now teaches ESL online.
This podcast seeks to educate, motivate, uplift, inspire...and maybe entertain. Episodes include stories from a wide range of fields, including history, geography, foreign languages, literature, religion, politics, economics, philosophy, and Scott's personal life and travels to some 30 countries. Where possible, Scott aims to make connections between these stories and your daily life, to give you something positive to think about and incorporate into your daily lifestyle.
DAY Ministry shares with the world the fruit of work by Rev. Dr. D. A. Yuan. He is an American pastor, author and conference speaker who was raised up in China and trained as a physicist before his conversion to evangelical Christianity. Once knowing Christ, he became fascinated by the Bible and everything it relates to. He sought for biblical truth as the revelation from God, which should and can be harmonized to the truths in other branches of knowledge, such as philosophy, science, and history. He has extended interests in chronology, archaeology, astronomy, prophecy; systematic and historical theology; ethics, law, economics, politics; arts and music. But mostly, he loves to do expository teaching from the Scripture. Here is a collection of the insights he received from the LORD.
Christians today trace our heritage of faith to the first followers of Christ in the book of Acts. Through this captivating account of these believers, you will discover that modern-day culture is not all that different — and its lessons are just as applicable today as they were two thousand years ago. Dig into understanding the book of Acts in a way you may never have before!
Archiver is a tour through the most important moments in Kansas history with host, Sam Zeff. Using archival tape, our show will pull you into the world of these events while explaining how they still affect us today. The show is supported by a grant from The Kansas Humanities Council.