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  • Join Dr. Tenninger Kellenbarger, an archaeologist and art historian, as she delves into ancient history, mythology, intricate artifacts, and more every other Wednesday beginning at 6 am EST.

    History, once forgotten, lives again here.
    Walk the halls with us as we tell their stories. Class is in session, and this is not your normal Indiana Jones adventure; it's so much more.

    These are the Dirt Diaries.

  • Introducing the CrimeDoor TV Podcast, your ultimate destination for all things true crime! Join host Sydnee Scofield as we take a deep dive with legal analysts to get their take on cases and hot topics making headlines in the legal world. Guests include professionals such as judges, police officers, and lawyers, providing their invaluable perspectives. Analysts including licensed attorney Roshini Rajkumar, retired judge Eugene Hyman, and former chief investigator Lisa Miller are just a few of the voices you'll hear.
    Then we invite true crime experts to share their firsthand accounts of their roles in solving cases and leaving an impact on the true crime world. Tune in to hear conversations with Cold Case Initiative's Chris McMullin, TraffickCam developer Abby Stylianou, and forensic anthropologist Melissa Connor. These experts take you behind the scenes, offering unique insights.
    The CrimeDoor TV Podcast also welcomes the family and friends of crime victims, providing them with a platform to share their stories. We aim to raise awareness of their loved ones' cases and, ultimately, seek justice. Listen to heartfelt interviews with the husband and daughter of Betsy Faria, the victim in the story of "The Thing About Pam." Join Jonestown survivor Eugene Smith as he honors the memory of his wife and son who tragically lost their lives. Stephanie Hanke shares her experiences and hopes regarding the missing stepdaughter, Brittney Wood.
    Each episode ends with a trip back in crime history, exploring impactful cases that may have flown under your radar. Uncover the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Paul Fugate, a dedicated park ranger who vanished while on duty. Explore the theories surrounding the Sodder children, whose fate remains a mystery after a fire in 1945. Hear the true story of the Humboldt Murders, which inspired the film "Boys Don't Cry."
    The CrimeDoor TV Podcast is committed to shedding light on unsolved cases while providing insight from the crime scene to the courtroom. Join us as we work to bring justice to victims and their families.
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  • A Home for Knowledge on Greek History, Religion, and Culture - Ancient/Modern and in Between. Reflections and commentary on Contemporary Polytheism as well.

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    A book for students of history to test their knowledge and to direct their studies. As the title tells us, this is a book of 1001 questions, with answers, regarding world history.

  • John en Robert bespreken eenvoudige en iconische dingen die iedereen gebruikt of kent, maar waar bijna niemand de herkomst en achtergrond van weet. 

  • Co-hosts Steve Fait and Trent Edwards are joined by a guest improviser to act out made-up scenes based on a historical event brought to them by a history expert. Later on, Trent and Steve interview the expert about the event and find out what actually happened.


  • Among the venerated feline breeds that have charmed mankind over the eons, few possess a legacy more steeped in British lore than the stalwart yet endearing British Shorthair. As we traverse the turns of its centuries-old history, a captivating story emerges recounting this breedโ€™s journey alongside the ups and downs of England herself.
    Our tale begins during the earliest days of the Roman conquest when primitive short-haired felines originally journeyed to rainy Britain with determined soldiers and merchants ensuring necessary rat extermination within crude encampments. As quaint villages then burgeoned into vast trade cities, tough streetwise cats integrated into early London life prowling notorious Thames docks by day eliminating pestilence and by night pillowing upon silken laps of nobility purring contentedly by firelight.
    References to short-haired British cats subsequently emerged in literature over successive generations including within fanciful tales penned by none other than revered wordsmith Geoffrey Chaucer himself. Their large frames, Coke bottle physiques, chipper expressions and dense plush coats gradually became recognized cultural fixtures prowling English countrysides through Medieval times into the Industrial Revolution.
    The advent of modern organized cat fancy during Victorian England witnessed British Shorthairs formally launch official pedigree origins. As expanding railways connected all corners of Britain, localized Shorthair populations intermingled genetically minimising extreme features towards achieving todayโ€™s balanced ideals. Dedicated British breeders selectively amplified preferred traits honoring homeland heritage like round apple cheeks, lugubrious expressions housing immense personality and thick dense fur armour impervious against temperamental climate.
    The original British Blue later called the British Shorthair, quickly became regarded as the quintessential family housecat boasting affectingly sweet temperaments behind their seemingly dour or surprised facial expressions. Their large imposing frames house astonishing nimbleness and grace while legendary tolerance suits gentle playtimes with boisterous children. Loyal British Shorthairs embody steadfast national spirit shadowing favored ownersโ€™ room-to-room supervising needs despite notorious private moments before alternating infrequent demands for laptime cuddles resuming oversight guardian activities focused on ensuring household affairs remain orderly.
    And orderly affairs meant assuredly eliminating threats from mice, rats or scurrilous scoundrels through reputationally ruthless dispatch involving jolly headbutts or lethal belly pounces.* Known famously for cleverly trapping then presenting vanquished rodent trophies before owners, British Shorthairs embodies Englandโ€™s rich cultural history interwoven proudly within their heritage from Roman reliquaries towards Buckingham Palace guards today upholding noble tradition.
    Beyond their storied past, our delightful British Shorthair continues clutching modern spotlights as well. Playfully captured in art, advertising and media celebrating their captivating comedic personalities behind sometimes dour-faced insouciance, British Shorthairs rule pop culture today starring in film, memes, branded products and human conversations globally.
    Yet behind temporary fads and fame, enduring substance deserves emphasis. Long respected by English fanciers plus worldwide devotees, British Shorthairs reign atop history's most ideal house pets for their sensible sturdy health, keen intelligence, steadfast loyalty and overall versatility acclimating agreeably into any properly civilized home life indoors.
    Rightly considered Englandโ€™s National Treasure on par with the Queen's Corgis or Labour Party tea scones, the humble yet honorable British Shorthair shall undoubtedly continue gracing High Street homes and refined households for eons ahead. Their integral national character is woven intrinsically by fate through epochs past towards present suddenly feels occupational destiny upholding future gates guarding Englandโ€™s noble legacy worldwide as original pedigree patricians...with royal purple pedigrees proclaiming resilient status no ancient scrolls required whatsoever proving forthright evident truths.
    We salute thee oh dignified British Shorthair. Undoubtedly a jolly good English show for centuries ahead too.
    And Hey! History buffs, buckle up! Talking Time Machine isn't your dusty textbook lecture. It's where cutting-edge AI throws wild interview parties with history's iconic figures. In the Talking Time Machine podcast: History Gets a High-Tech Twist, Imagine: Napoleon Bonaparte talking French Politics with Louis the 14th! This podcast is futuristically insightful. Our AI host grills historical legends with questions based on real historical context, leading to surprising, thought-provoking, and often mind-blowing answers. Whether you're a history geek, a tech junkie, or just love a good interview, Talking Time Machine has something for you. Talking Time Machine: search, subscribe and (Listen Now!)

  • "O.J. Simpson: Dead" is a reflective and in-depth podcast that explores the life, career, and legacy of O.J. Simpson. Each episode delves into different aspects of Simpson's complex story, from his early days as a football superstar to his later years overshadowed by legal controversies and public scrutiny. The podcast seeks to understand the man behind the headlines, examining his impact on sports, media, and the American legal system.

  • A place to talk about history, America, and everything that's wrong with the world today.

  • Welcome to Phil and the Philippines! This podcast is like a treasure trove of all things Filipino. Expect a casual tone, peppered with my own insights and opinions, as we uncover the amazing stories, including the darker ones, that make up the fabric of Philippine history. Connect with me at [email protected]

  • Enjoy these interviews where the storytellers had the opportunity to tell their punk story. Original interviews were conducted in 2016 with Punks giving their account of their street level experiences of the Punk scene. I am now collecting new stories in 2024. I have shared them as podcasts so that others further afield could enjoy them.

  • Chaos and Control is a documentary-style podcast exploring the story of birth control in America. It takes a critical look at the history of the birth control movement and the development of the pill, the work and impact of various women's health movements, the criminalization of contraception and abortion, and the social and cultural systems that have shaped the current conversation around birth control.

    Like, what is the role of hormonal birth control in a post-Roe America? Is birth control toxic? Why are so many women sharing their negative experiences? What does contraception free from coercion look like? And most importantly, how did we get here? Explore these questions and moreโ€”as well as interviews with historians, sociologists, doulas, and young womenโ€”in Chaos & Control.

  • Rob Trip gaat op zoek naar het onbekende verhaal van de geallieerde bombardementen in de Tweede Wereldoorlog in Nederland. Duizenden en duizenden mensen in onder meer Eindhoven, Huissen, Amsterdam, Den Haag, Nijmegen, Breskens, Westkapelle, Zutphen, Den Helder, Enschede, Montfort en Venlo komen hierbij om. Scholen, kerken, hele woonwijken worden verwoest.  Veel gaat er mis. Beoogde doelen worden niet geraakt.

    Ooggetuigen vertellen in de podcast hun verhaal. Slachtoffers van de bombardementen maar ook Nederlandse piloten die vlogen in dienst van de geallieerden.

    Hoe maken de nazi's gebruik van deze bombardementen?  En wat doet de Nederlandse regering in Londen? Waarom is herdenken lang zo lastig?

  • The Secret of St. Andrews podcast is for golf enthusiasts, history buffs and patriots.

  • The writings listed here represent books about Soren Kierkegaard. A fragment of his work, On the Dedication to "That Single Individual", has made it to the public domain. Who was Soren Kierkegaard? He was a Danish philosopher and religious author; b. Copenhagen May 6, 1813; d. there Nov. 11, 1855. His father, Michael, a clothing merchant, once cursed God when he was young. This one incident caused him so much distress that it affected him with a deep melancholy, which he transferred to poor Soren. Michael was an evil man. He tricked Soren into thinking that the whole world existed in his own living room by taking him for imaginary walks about the neighborhood, or anywhere Soren wanted to go, as long as it existed in his imagination only. Later in life, when Soren was on his own, he rarely left Copenhagen, but he did walk about the streets and greet passersby, discussing events of the day. After 6 years of “splendid inactivity” he obtained his degree in Theology from the University of Copenhagen with the submission of his thesis paper in 1841, On the Concept of Irony with Continual Reference to Socrates. Just before graduation he fell in love with Regine Olsen and proposed that they marry. She accepted, but Soren was unable to live up to the requirements of marriage and broke off the engagement after a short period. He lived a life of despair afterward. His father, Regine, and Socrates were the major influences in his life. So say all the authors in the following readings, but I disagree. Soren considered a variety of callings, he could be philosopher, a scientist, or a preacher, but he ultimately decided that Christianity was his interest. He wondered if J. P. Mynster, bishop of Zealand and head of the National Church of Denmark, was preaching true Christianity or not. He decided at this point that his “task is a Socratic task, to revise the conception of what it means to be a Christian”. He was interested only in the “How” of Christianity, not the “What” of Christianity. He became an author, an author who was always “in the process of becoming” what he would be. He became many authors, Victor Eremita, Johannes de Silentio, Johannes Climacus, Vigilius Haufniensis, Nicolaus Notabene, Hilarius Bookbinder, Frater Taciturnus, and Soren Kierkegaard. All of them wrote books between the years 1843 and 1855. He used his imagination to create each author as an existing individual Human being, one who exists, “between the esthetic and the ethical” where “the esthetic is existing; the ethicist is struggling against the religious”, as one “aware of the religious-and the leap” of faith, one “who ordinarily despairs of nothing, despairs of repetition”, one who has “used a love affair in relation to what it means to exist”, one who believed “that in relation to God we are always in the wrong,” one who cries to God “I cannot understand you, but I will love you” one who as "the ethicist, in despair, has chosen himself out of terror of having himself" and finally as one who said “that truth is objectively a paradox shows precisely that subjectivity is truth” so “Only truth that builds up is truth for you”. The authors are all in agreement that Soren's father, Regine, and Socrates were influential in his life. None of them were able to state that Jesus Christ had any influence upon him at all. Soren Kierkegaard said, "God is not like a king in a predicament, who says to the highly trusted Minister of the Interior, “You must do everything, you must create the atmosphere for our proposal and win public opinion to our side.” "But in relation to God, there are no secret instruction for a human being any more than there are any backstairs. Even the most eminent genius who comes to give a report had best come in fear and trembling, for God is not hard pressed for geniuses. He can create a few legion of them if needed." God wants each individual to examine to judge and to decide. http://www.archive.org/details/forselfexaminati011847mbp Here is a link to to some of his works http://www.religion-online.org/listbycategory.asp?Cat=110 one to a biography http://www.stolaf.edu/collections/kierkegaard/aboutkierk.html - and a link to Kierkegaard reorganized (systemetized?) - http://www.plough.com/ebooks/Provocations.html 

  • Relax and fall asleep to readings of rare and obscure public domain works.

  • Assembling anticapitalist histories of intersecting secret societies, occult orders, moneyed families, drug smugglers, and sex-&-slave-trading networks, wherever you get your podcasts.

  • Welcome to Counter Narratives in Practice, a series of podcasts about multicultural heritage collections, storytelling, and representation in Libraries, Archives, Special Collections, Museums, and beyond. This podcast is part of a larger project to highlight the work of the Andrew W. Mellon Fellows for Diversity, Inclusion & Cultural Heritage based at Rare Book School. Fellows worked together from across the U.S. to tell stories about the archival materials in their collections and how they prompt thinking about counter narratives in their professional practice.

  • A trilingual Podcast founded by two Art-world girls in London, welcome to our chatty artsy nights โœจ


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