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Photographs, Pistols & Parasols
By Lee McIntyre
It's 1860, you're a landscape photographer, and the dazzling sunlight is playing havoc with the photo you're trying to take. Without photography accessories shops around, you improvise and use your fashionable parasol as an improvised lens shade. Problem solved. ... It's 1895, you're an itinerant photographer travelling dangerous backroads alone. You're not worried, though: a man's hat hides that you're a woman and besides, you've always got your pistol at the ready. ...Those are but two of the many intrepid women who found success as professional artisan photographers, pursuing careers in photography shortly after it began in 1839. These women were successful entrepreneurs who ran thriving photography businesses and produced high-quality photos with the ever-changing technology, but unfortunately their accomplishments are too often marginalized or left out of the history books altogether. Join host Lee McIntyre twice a month as she introduces you to the captivating stories of talented women who started their professional photography careers between 1840-1930.
How to Shakespeare
By Teri Tenseth Market
The official podcast of Great River Shakespeare Festival! Bringing you exclusive interviews with directors, actors, designers, educators and more! Get the behind the curtain and learn more about The Bard in Winona Minnesota!
By Mattias Bergman
By Christian Konglund
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.
Liwanag Podcast
By Glen Inocencio
The Liwanag crew discuss why we came together to build this podcast for Filipino Americans
Desert Oracle Radio hosted by Ken Layne
By Ken Layne
Broadcasting from the Mojave Wilderness in Joshua Tree, Desert Oracle Radio is a weekly road trip through the weird American desert from the publisher of Desert Oracle, the acclaimed field guide to our western arid lands. Hear tales of lost mines, mysterious lights, missing tourists, venomous creatures, weird history and weirder people. Hosted by editor Ken Layne and featuring a cast of intriguing mystics, oddballs, scientists and artists, this is your soundtrack for the vast desert night.
By Shawn Ketcham
A podcast about entrepreneurs and their stories. In Season 1, we travel to Nashville to talk with a diverse group of founders and uncover their story.
History Of The Internet
By History Of The Internet
The history of the internet is an exploration of the trends that started online - that now dominate the way we carry out our day to day lives. From hashtags to memes this series explores the cultural phenomenon that have given us a new way to grasp and move through the ever complicated world we live in. Listen from the start to hear the evolution hashtags, what makes stories go viral and even how the Internet of Things (whether your wifi kettle or contactless card) is going to change the way you lead your life...
This Week In History With Kevin And Benedict
By Kevin And Benedict
This Week In History With Kevin and Benedict is a weekly history podcast that explores an event in history that occurred on that very week. Join us as we stumble our way through events like Watergate and the French Revolution, and hopefully learn a little along the way.
Touching Benches
By Esther Harclerode / Ethan Harris
Touching Benches is a podcast that explores unique benches, their stories, and how they connect to broader topics. Join us as we delve into the moments that make the memorials we pass by every day. New episodes release on the last Monday of every month.
Turn Of Phrases
By Turn Of Phrases
Here at Turn of Phrases I explore common idioms, old wives tales, metaphors, superstitions, and more. As I make my way through these phrases I look for their origins and see if I can find any truth in these little tall tales. Come along with me as I turn some phrases.
| We're All Mad Here
By | We're All Mad Here
Danvers State Lunatic Hospital opened in rural Boston in the 1800s. What at first was a facility geared toward nurturing mentally ill patients soon went downhill. Today, because of botched lobotomies and vanished patients, Danvers is often included on lists of horrific asylums.
Oerend harTT
By RTV Drenthe
In Oerend harTT vertelt RTV Drenthe drie sterke verhalen over de TT.
By Daniel Meßner
Der Fußball ist voll von Anekdoten, Geschichten und spannenden – bisweilen auch tragischen – Ereignissen und Schicksalen: In diesem Podcast geht es um alle Facetten der Vergangenheit des Fußballs. Alles, was den Fußball geprägt hat – auf und neben dem Platz.
En maxad festivalpodd med Emil Persson och Emilie Roslund
By Emil Persson & Emilie Roslund
En maxad festivalpodd med Emil Persson och Emilie Roslund - Premiär den 21 juni
프로파일러 배상훈의 CRIME
By 팟빵오리지널
경찰청 1기 '프로파일러'이자 서울디지털대학교 경찰학과 배상훈 교수가 심층적으로 풀어내는 대한민국 사회의 다양한 범죄이야기
Selections From The Walsh Notebooks - Feed
By Jorge Walsh
Excerpts from the hitherto secret private journal of Jorge Walsh, an aspiring writer and director from Manchester, UK.
By Gus and Rig City
From weird cults to insanely stupid inventions, musical festivals run by infants to philandering politicians, the history of man is littered with terrible decisions. This is the podcast that collects up all these delicious pieces of humour fruit, and serves them to you each week with segments such as "Trainwreck Trophy", "One Star Reservoir", "Poos in the News" and of course "Sh!tshow Shtorytime".
Killafornia Dreaming: True Crime Tales from the Golden State
Golden State true crime tales that are not so golden.
Kiwi Crimes
By Jess and Christi
Kiwi Crimes is a weekly podcast that focuses on the missing, murdered, and more from Aotearoa. Join your hosts, Jess and Christi, as they discuss the crimes and mysteries that have rocked New Zealand
Invention of Murder: 19th Century Crime
What is it that fascinates us about murder? The 19th century, a time when murder and entertainment became entwined. From tales ripped from the headlines to the writers who revelled in death, creating what is now modern crime.
Ali Albarghouthi
By Ali Albarghouthi
Ali Albarghouthi received his Ph.D. in Religious Studies from Wilfred Laurier-University of Waterloo Ph.D. Program in Religious Studies. His dissertation focused on Ijtihad and reform among Muslims in North America. Ali Albarghouthi taught at the University of Saskatchewan and currently heads the Institute for Muslim Research and Progress. Ali Albarghouthi is the Educational Coordinator, Khateeb, and Instructor at ISNA Canada, and Khateeb and Instructor at Khalid ibn al-Waleed Mosque.
By Mike O'Connor
I'm an aging hippy radio, systems, Internet geezer type guy who's having a great time thinking about what I want to tell my unborn grandchildren in a podcast.
[주권방송] 행복한 교육이야기
By 주권방송
문경환 이진강의 행복한 교육이야기
PastPorte: A Time Travelling Podcast
By PastPorte: A Time Travelling Podcast
Be sent tumbling back in time to experience some of the most crucial, compelling and misunderstood moments in history.
The Fall Line
By The Fall Line Podcast
The Fall Line Podcast investigates the March 18, 1990 disappearance of Augusta, GA twins Dannette and Jeannette Millbrook. The twins, who were fifteen at the time, were treated without cause as runaways and their case was closed less than a week after their seventeenth birthday. Their family worked tirelessly to get the case reopened, and finally managed to attract the notice of a newly elected sheriff in 2013. Now, the podcast works to amplify the voices of the twins' family and to uncover facts, explore and dispel rumors, and develop theories in their case. Listen as we work to find Dannette and Jeannette Millbrook.
Hidden Histories
By Tim Hoshi
Welcome to Hidden Histories. This podcast has been inspired by the friends who taught me to find adventure in the world around me.
By António Vieira
Os dias de um gajo da rádio.
Dinosaurs in Small Bites
By Greg Chapman
Juggler and Fossil Guide Greg Chapman looks into to world of Dinosaurs - what they were, how they were discovered, and which have the best names!
RETold a history podcast...kinda
By Becca Eller
we are going to discuss and review documentary films, books, and TV shows! If you have questions or comments please feel free to contact me using @the_beccaeller on twitter or email me @ [email protected]
By Enrico Nahler
He who wants to be a great leader needs to be a great listener! This Podcast hosts interviews with people that inspire the smart and productive.
Based on a True Crime
By Chelsea & David
Based on a True Crime is a podcast where Chelsea’s love of true crime and David’s love of horror movies intersect. Each episode we will be discussing murders and/or mysteries, along with the pop culture they have spawned. USA
By Emil Guillermo
This is the podcast for the USA Bureau of, the web home of the Manila-based Philippines Inquirer. There are close to 5-million Filipinos in America. They make nearly half of more than $24 billion in remittances to the Philippines. They live in America, care about the Philippines, and have stories to tell. Hear them here.
Fierce City: A London History Podcast
By Fierce City
The history you don't already know from the 2000-year story of London. The people, power struggles, and pomp and circumstance of the fierce city are brought to you by Satu and PJ.
Real Strange
By [email protected] (Jason Emmitt)
Real Strange is a podcast that looks at stories that have taken place in the world around that fall outside the box of what we consider normal and mundane. These are the tales that intrigue, that spur the imagination, that keep us awake at night Because in life, The Strangest Stories are always the Real Ones
James Tabor Interviews and Discussion
James Tabor historian and professor at UNC Charlotte. Author and archeologist.
By Baby Beard Media
A new podcast adventure has begun! Join us on a bizarre journey through science, technology, culture and history! Each week the Imaginauts follow a one word prompt on a trip to the far reaches of human knowledge in their semi-metaphorical spaceship, bringing you the facts that make you go 'wuh?!' Spies, time travel, robots and more... all on Imaginauts!
Well Behaved
By Molly Ruben-Long and Ariel Elias
Comedians Molly Ruben-Long (@mollyrubenlong) and Ariel Elias (@arielselias) explore the lives of women who changed history but didn't make it into our dumb public school history books.
By Anish Abraham
Amazing stories retold, lightly salted with imagination.
Culturally Unqualified
By Brandon and Cody
Join Brandon and Cody as they learn about the countries of the world and the cultures within them through insightful interviews with cultural experts.
History Untold
By Doug Salamone
A podcast telling the stories about the most fascinating and sometimes chilling events in history.
By Trouble
sub.Media's "Trouble", is a brand-new monthly show offering an in-depth anarchist analysis of current struggles, tactics and movement dynamics. Trouble will broadcast first-hand accounts and perspectives from organizers on the ground, with the aim of cutting through the fog of misinformation that often clouds our understanding of the world, and provoking people into taking bold, collective action.
Mundo Insólito Radio. Canal Misterios.
By Mundo Insólito Radio
Mundo Insólito Radio nos acerca al mundo de lo insólito y desconocido haciéndonos partícipes en cada programa de historias reales, misterios, leyendas, parapsicología y ciencias alternativas en general. Otra forma de ver y percibir la otra realidad. Juan Carlos Baruque Hernández y Esther García Guerra nos descubren más del mundo inquietante que nos rodea de una forma diferente pero rigurosa y documentada. Cada programa un mundo por descubrir. Programa de esoterismo, parapsicología, magia, astrología, astronomía, medicina natural, entrevistas y relatos de terror. Lo importante del programa: sus invitados. Lo esencial: sus oyentes.
By Hannah Daugherty
Antemortem is an exploration of any person, thing, or weird accident that results in human fatality.
By George Tombs
I am passionate about evidence, which is why this is called Evidentia Channel. After an MA and PhD in the History and Philosophy of Science from McGill University and a postgraduate year in Medical Sciences at Oxford University, I ran a health-research organization, spent two years teaching at SUNY, then seven years more as a visiting professor at Athabasca University. I learned that the best evidence is not found in an academic library, but out in the world. I have worked for TV, radio, news magazines and newspapers, in both English and French, reporting first-hand on nature, climate change, disappearances, refugees, hostages, terrorists, aboriginal societies, desert nomads, slaves, spiritual leaders, Nobel-winning scientists, inventors, criminal trials and heads of government on six continents... Evidentia Channel is a family of my ongoing works, which I am creating ... with you in mind!
Our Show of Shows Podcast
By OurShowOfShows
The podcast about Old Time Radio Shows
#NHM_Live: a Natural History Museum podcast
By Natural History Museum, London
#NHM_Live features examples of the over 80 million specimens of the Natural History Museum in London. In each broadcast, the Museum's science communicators are joined by the curators and researchers who care for and study them. Our first series of #NHM_Live aired in February and March of 2017 and we'll be starting the second series on 15 June 2017. Follow us on Facebook ( and Twitter ( to find out about each new show and to participate in the live events.
Not Fade Away Podcast
By Margo Donohue
The podcast that takes a look back at musicians, singers, songwriters, producers, composers and artists who are no longer with us.
Wrong With Authority podcast
By Jack Graham, Daniel Harper, James Murphy, Kit Power
We talk about movies about historical events, and how full of shit they are.
Peter Baxter History
By Peter Baxter History
Peter Baxter, author and historian. Join me as we explore themes and tales of modern history, mainly African history, but not always...
SiliGone Valley
By [email protected] (Christopher J Garcia)
A look at the history of Silicon Valley.
Pillars of Smoke
By Neal Schmidt
The terrorist attack on 9/11/01 changed the world as we know it. This podcast answers a sixteen-year-old question about the events that unfolded that day.
Reavivados pela Palavra – Áudios Novo Tempo
By Áudios Novo Tempo
Síntese de capítulos diários da Bíblia
Be MORE Productive
By Jay Miller
Interviews with people in tune with their Productivity to help you become MORE.
Special Agents: the 1930s FBI
By Brian Hunt
The 1930s was a tumultuous decade in law enforcement history. J. Edgar Hoover's "G-Men" FBI special agents hunted kidnappers, bank robbers, and murderers. Join my monthly podcast to learn more about this era and the men who risked their lives to bring the outlaws to justice.
By Steve "The Lightning" Jackson
PODCAST:  Caregiver Support! Those Who Are A Caregiver Officially and unofficially, We Salute Your Efforts Everyday. Veterans throughout History Veterans Hold A Special Place For Those Who Have Given Care!
Stories of Saudade
By Stories of Saudade
Real stories from Portugal
I'm On My Period Piece
By The Sherman Sisters
We cover the costumes, the drama, the fancy-men of yesteryear from the exciting perspective of two millenial white girls
Luke and Pete's Summer
By Luke and Pete's Summer
Join Luke Moore and Pete Donaldson every Monday as they spend the summer pulling on the threads of the universe and revelling in the discovery of where each one takes them. From ancient history and modern phenomena to the week's events and everything in between, Luke and Pete's Summer is your chance to share in the fun of two men with time on their hands and a good idea of how to waste it.
Boss Bxtch Podcast
By Lindsay Harbert, Rebecca Leib
In this weekly comedy podcast, Rebecca Leib and Lindsay Harbert bring you the stories of Boss Bxtches past and present.
American Hauntings Podcast
By Cody Beck and Troy Taylor
We aim to combine historical record, scientific method, observation, and imagination in order to teach you a little bit more about the paranormal activities of small town America. Hosted by Cody Beck and Troy Taylor, Season 1 explores the hauntings of Alton, Illinois, one of the most haunted small towns in America.
Head On History
The ultimate history podcast with Ali A. Olomi. Each season consists of ten episodes covering a wide range of subjects from the Middle East, Islam, the Mediterranean, Religious history of Christianity and Judaism, South Asia, Afghanistan, Africa, Rome, Ancient Persia and much more.
This Thing We Call Jamcast
The Internet’s foremost music conspiracy show, delving into the shadowy past of the mysterious RED BRIDGE RECORDS and unraveling its secrets one guest at a time. Join your hosts THIS THING WE CALL JAM every fortnight as they release these long-lost records out into the world, interview the unspoken heroes responsible for them, and solve the greatest riddle the music world has ever heard…. LIVE AND ON AIR! Suspense. Drama. And rock n’ roll. Wednesdays at 8pm on Boogaloo Radio
Sortir du capitalisme
By Armand Paris
Une critique émancipatrice du capitalisme et son dépassement libertaire
Southern Fried True Crime
By Erica Kelley
Southern Fried True Crime: Each week, your host, Erica, will be serving up another southern crime for your earbuds. Dark tales from the Deep South.
This Week In Baseball History
By Mike Bates and Bill Parker
This Week In Baseball History is a weekly podcast devoted to the history of baseball, hosted by Mike Bates and Bill Parker, the co-founders of The Platoon Advantage and writers on many fine websites.
Genteel & Bard | A Fine Southern Lifestyle
By T.C. & Brenna Michaels
This Savannah [love] story. We're T.C. and Brenna Michaels, professional storytellers, and owners of Genteel & Bard | Fine Southern Lifestyle. We still can't believe we get to tell stories for a living. We love God, our sweet little southern gentleman, and our beautiful city of Savannah. We're honored to spend a little time with you, connecting over these stories that knit us together across time and culture. We've written some words, and spoken them out loud. To share these genteel thoughts, that's what we do.
By Amber Minogue
Paname will explore some of the unusual, forgotten or unlikely stories about Paris and the Parisians who lived there.
Parcours Sonores MTL
By Tally Abecassis
A podcast series telling stories of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Cote-des-Neiges through compelling characters and great storytelling. Part of the Montreal375 Programming. Une série de baladodiffusions qui raconte des histoires de Notre-Dame-de-Grâce et de Côte-des-Neiges à travers des personnages captivants et une narration remarquable. Programmation Officielle Montreal375.
Huellas de la Historia
By Radio Red 92.1FM
Temas basándose en periodos históricos o bien en efemérides; en temas relativos a historia de México, Europa y América Latina; temas relacionados a las artes, especialmente la música, las ciencias sociales y la religión; las filosofías occidental, china e hindú. Ocasionalmente se detienen en la revisión de un periodo histórico que toca una novela o autor específico, una corriente filosófica o religiosa que de pronto toma nueva vitalidad por alguna circunstancia coyuntural también es revisada al estilo de Huellas y desde luego todo siempre desde una perspectiva histórica.
Congregation Yeshuat Adonai
By Congregation Yeshuat Adonai
Weekly teachings from Congregation Yeshuat Adonai
Via Chronica
By Chris Miller
Anything Anabaptist or historical.
Talks at Advent
By Church of the Advent in Atlanta
Homilies and Reflections given at Church of the Advent, a Western Rite Orthodox mission in Atlanta, GA
Histórias de Portugal
By Histórias de Portugal de Saudade e Outras Coisas
Histórias reais sobre Portugal
Side By Side: Collingwood Football Club's 125th anniversary
By SuperFooty
A podcast series on the Collingwood Football Club. Glenn McFarlane speaks with Collingwood legends including Tony Shaw, Nick Maxwell, Anthony Rocca and Mick Malthouse on the club's greatest moments, including the 1990 and 2010 premierships and its top 25 players.
By Chema de Aquino
Los artículos de, ahora en formato podcast.
Radio Ljusdal
Radio Ljusdals podcastsida.
Entrenched: The First World War & Its Impact
By Andrew McDowell
The First World War was, arguably, the most important conflict in human history, yet many people feel minimal interest in studying the war beyond the cursory glance they're given in grade school. In this podcast, you'll be taught the not only the events of the war, but also the conflict's long-term consequences and how they impact your day-to-day life.
Artless Detectives
By The Moonlight Requisition Society
A podcast about uncouth capers, feisty heists, and terrific thefts. Join us as we delve into the world of illicit antiquities trading: how art is stolen, how it's sold, and how it's prosecuted! With Satah Cameron and Artan Lore.
Exodus (Podcast) – The Superior Word
By Charlie Garrett - Superior Word
Giving Glory to God from Sarasota, Florida
Tales from Rat City
By Tom Hodgson, David Waldron & Katrina Hill
Join us as we uncover the strange, little known and down-right bizarre history of the wild days of early Ballarat. A city that almost overnight became an international household name during the crazy days of the Australian gold rush, attracting a unique cast of fortune-seekers, charlatans, and crooks. All brought to life from first hand material by our talented voice actors. For all the episodes for free, and additional content, visit
Why Did We Do This?
By Ainsley, Austin & Joe
Your guide to culture that, somehow, exists.
Hemos esperado a la noche para poder hablar de ello... las tertulias Late Night van a dar de qué hablar... Misterio, cine, sociedad, sexo...
History is Weird
By The Kirchoffs
Welcome to History is Weird, a bi-weekly podcast updated every other Monday that's devoted to things, people, stories, and situations from history that make you go, "huh!" Your hosts, Sam and Damian Kirchoff, treat the sharing of history with just enough fun, humor, and genuine excitement to keep you entertained. Note from the hosts: "Oh god, please subscribe and review. We're begging you. We're shameless. We love subscribes. We love reviews. We love YOU!"
Half Hour History
By Luke Milton & Jacinta
We might be deeply unqualified to teach you about things that happened a long time ago, but dammit we're going to do it anyway! A history podcast from the team at Fruitless Pursuits.
By Daniel Frödtert & Eric Schäfer
Daniel und Eric sprechen über die Fedcon und alles was im entferntesten damit zu tun hat (oder auch nicht).
By Michael Wharton
Unbabbled, a podcast hosted by engineer and musician Michael Wharton, serves the purpose of providing a travel and exploration outlet for those that often can't find the time to take the plunge themselves. Here you will not find a list of the top 10 restaurants to visit in Paris, recommendations for the cheapest airlines, or a review of the most culturally authentic places to stay near the Sistine Chapel. Instead, the content of each episode digs into a specific story or idea tied to the destination at hand. Rabbit holes encouraged.
Johnathan Gray - Before Us
By Johnathan Gray
Dear Internet Friend, Jonathan Gray - International explorer, archaeologist and author, Jonathan has traveled the world to gather data on ancient mysteries. He has penetrated some largely unexplored areas, including parts of the Amazon headwaters. The author has also led expeditions to the bottom of the sea and to remote mountain and desert regions of the world. He lectures internationally. WARNING! This may be the most important letter you'll ever read. In a moment I hope to make you so angry you'll want to throw your computer right out the window. What I have to tell you involves the scandal that's going on in the scientific world today. It's a scandal that - if you are like most people I know - is cheating you of your ancestry and robbing you of many serious benefits you should be getting from existing scientific knowledge. You have probably been cheated - with misinformation - many times this year without you ever knowing! Artifacts deliberately dumped in the Atlantic Ocean... certain discovery sites banned to researchers who ask embarrassing questions... an archaeologist ordered to deny a major discovery... In just a moment you will discover secrets from our past that will blow your mind… You're going to see the world around you in a new light that uninformed people everywhere are constantly missing. And some puzzles about the past will start making sense:
Star Wars at the Movies
By Stephen Danley
It has often been said that Star Wars changed the way movies were made, but it also fundamentally changed the way they were seen. Featuring interviews with a diverse ensemble of first generation fans and collectors from around the world, the Star Wars at the Movies Podcast logs personal, first-hand accounts that define a game-changing era of theatrical exhibition and created a popular culture that is still thriving. The show presents an international oral history which delves into the lasting impact of seeing the movies for the first (or 100th) time, focusing on various theater localities and the circumstantial peculiarities fans encountered along the way. In addition to the whos, wheres, whens, and hows discussed in the "Feature Presentation" interviews, the podcast offers analysis of vintage trailers and radio spots, as well as commentary on other movie-going topics from a long time ago at theaters in our own galaxy.
Star Spangled Shadows
By Bryant Holt
This podcast walks through pieces of American history, and as you can probably guess by the name, more specifically, American History that lies in the shadows. My goal is to talk about things that you probably didn’t read about in your high school text book. Some of the episodes will be about amazing feats regarding U.S. history, while some will be blunders that have been left out of textbooks for a reason. Let's see what's hiding in the shadows.
Success Journal
By Success Journal
To reach success and get the most out of life, you need information and inspiration. That's the goal and the mission of "Success Journal". Each week, host Chris Witting interviews leading experts to give you helpful and practical tips to improve your life, enhance your career, make more money, and be happy and healthy. Chris also shares inspiring true life stories of success, revealing little known facts about famous brand names and top entrepreneurs. Plus we share quick tips to help you get better results with less effort, every day.
Super Powered Pop
By Lowdown Media & Dan Tortora Broadcast Media, LLC.
"Super Powered Pop with Dan & Nick" focuses on Heroes, Villains, Pop Culture, & Entertainment of all avenues. Join Dan Tortora & Nick LoCicero for weekly broadcasts about TV, Movies, Music, Comics, Video Games, Theme Parks, Collectibles and much more!
Memphis Type History: The Podcast
By Memphis Type History
Small bits of rumor, lore, stories, and signage from Memphis, TN brought to your earbuds weekly. Join partners in time Caitlin L. Horton, author of Memphis Type History, and Rebecca Phillips, the artist behind Memphis Type Illustrated, as they tell each other stories from Memphis history, interview interesting people about Memphis history, and more.
By La Nave del Misterio
La temporada 2014/2015 de Milenio3 (temporada 14) comenzó el pasado 7 de septiembre de 2014. El veterano programa vuelve con su equipo habitual al completo y con nuevas secciones que prometen sorprender una temporada más a su audiencia, aunque manteniendo el inconfundible estilo que le ha hecho liderar la madrugada radiofónica en los últimos doce años. La recuperación del género del radioteatro, la expectación generada en las emisiones en vivo, el liderazgo absoluto en las redes sociales y en las descargas digitales, la cuidada puesta en escena, el valor artístico de la ambientación y el esfuerzo en la producción del formato son los valores por los que Milenio3 lleva apostando desde su inicio, como bandera de una forma única de hacer radio.
Podcast: The Queen is not Amused – Christine Trent
By Podcast: The Queen is not Amused – Christine Trent
A view of weird and wonderful Victorians
Mens Rea Podcast
By Mens Rea Podcast
Mens Rea is a bi-weekly true crime podcast, discussing grzzly crimes from Ireland and the UK
Funeral Fact Podcast
By Jeff Kasper
Welcome to the Funeral Fact podcast. We want to help demystify funeral traditions and customs for our listeners. We don't sell anything on this site. It's strictly information from the best sources we can identify.
Audiobooks by The Storyteller
By Audiobooks by Adam James - The Storyteller
A mixture of short and long audiobooks written and told by Adam James. The first audiobook is a Sci-fi/Fantasy adventure called Orona. My stories include music and sound effects. If you have any questions or comments please contact me using the link to my website. My dream is to turn my stories into a TV series or movies. With your help we can make that happen. Enjoy the free audiobooks!
Beyond The Big Screen
By Stephen Guerra
Want to know the true stories behind your favorite movies? The real facts and background are often much more interesting and complex. Through fascinating and lively interviews, we take you Beyond the Big Screen.
The Casual Academic: A Literary Podcast
By As I Lay Reading
Literature podcast based in Madrid, Spain. We provide in-depth literary discussion without the pretence. Consulting secondary literature and unafraid to tackle great works and their ideas, we compress in-depth discussion of literature into a digestible format that won't cost you $60,000 and soul-crushing debt.