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  • Award-winning ex-BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews fascinating minds & quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to Amanda Knox and Richard Dawkins...and a man who once had to eat his friends. New eps Mon & Thu.

  • The old world is dying; the new one cannot be born; now is the time of monsters. What better time to read, and read seriously? Every pedant on the internet thinks they're a critic because they have cultural preferences and their various streaming and social media services encourage them to state these preferences in little boxes. But some of us think criticism is something more. We know that criticism implies a way of being- a rejection of complacence, a dedication to searching high, low, and in between for insight and perspective, a constant development of the critical toolkit. Not only does that way of being point towards a better existence, but it also makes for criticism that's more fun to read. That's the gambit of this podcast- that there's an audience for something other than same-same mediocrity and parasocial agreement-clubs. There should be one free episode a month. There will be another for people who become Citizens by subscribing at the Citizen (or Chieftain!) level at Melendy Avenue Review. MAR includes numerous text reviews a month, various life updates and guest posts, cute cat pictures, etc.

  • 3 theatre makers are researching for a play set in Kerry in the year 1752. By speaking with various experts, we want you to join us on a journey to get closer to the reality of life at that time for ordinary people.

    This has been supported by Kerry County Council, Creative Ireland and The Arts Council of Ireland

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  • This episode we talk about many unknown actions of the Nazis or many rarely known victims. Sorry for some static at the end.

  • Established in 1816, The Fitzwilliam Museum is the principal art museum of the University of Cambridge. These podcasts offer the chance to learn more about the Museum's treasures, which range from Ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman antiquities to the arts of the 21st century, with exclusive introductions to exhibitions, interviews with expert curators and previews of Museum events. (This the standard video version of our podcast, suitable for iPods. Elsewhere, an audio-only podcast in mp3 format is available. Please check our website or the iTunes store for alternative versions.)

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  • Murder Most Local podcast hosted by author Peter O'Shea, featuring real life historical Irish murders. Each episode will discuss one crime from the Murder Most Local series of books. Peter tells the facts of the stories and gives his opinions and views on each case. Each podcast will also include comments and views from listeners. Please contact Peter on Facebook @Ballycottonhistory or in Instagram @MurderMostLocal

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  • Das ist der Adventskalenderpodcast rund um die Europäische Union. Hier erfahren wir, warum Weihnachtsgänse vor Gericht standen, wie die Gründungsväter ihre Weihnachten verbrachten, es geht natürlich um gutes und schlechtes Essen und Fun Facts rund um Weihnachten in den europäischen Institutionen. Jeden Tag geht ein Türchen nach Brüssel auf!

    Mein Name ist Kathrin Schwarz, ich bin Historikerin und von Berlin aus erkunde ich Kulturgeschichten. Ihr findet mich auch auf Twitter und Instagram unter @tiggerink

  • A podcast for the Ports, Past and Present project, led by University College Cork in partnership with Aberystwyth University, the University of Wales Trinity St David and Wexford County Council examining the cultural heritage of the ports in the Irish sea basin. Funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Ireland Wales Cooperation Programme. |

  • COMING JAN 16, 2023. Monsters, memes, internet urban legends, conspiracies, viral crazes and how each holds up a mirror to the society from which they emerge.
    Digital Folklore is a fully immersive, sound designed podcast that uses storytelling, voice acting, interviews, and scripted narrative to analyze various expressions of internet culture - from scary stories to cat memes - through the lens of academic folklore. With topics ranging from the absurd to the unsettling, the Digital Folklore podcast is an accessible and entertaining way to learn about folkloric concepts and societal truths.
    Hosted by Perry Carpenter & Mason Amadeus.

  • Americans love sports. We are fanatics who dress in team colors, root, root, root for the home team, and live and die with the success and failure of our favorite athlete. But if we take the time to look beneath the surface and beyond the simple factual question of who won and who lost, we are also presented with some of the most fascinating stories from our nation’s past.

    In this new podcast series Professor Matt Andrews goes beyond telling entertaining tales of races won, touchdowns scored, players rounding the bases, and highlights the historical significance of sports in the United States. He explains to us why sports have mattered so much in this country and he reveals how sports have actually changed the course of American history.

    Sports are a highlight reel of history. Join us as we explore the stories that are more than just exciting tales of athletic competitions. โ€‹American Sport โ€‹is about some of the most compelling moments and significant turning points in American history.

    American Sport is created by Professor Matt Andrews and is an original podcast by Trailblazer Studios, Executive Produced by Katye Rone, and Co-produced by Aurelia Belfield and Casey Helmick.

  • Historian Turtle Bunbury explores the rich history of Ireland’s waterways from the formation of our rivers and the end of the last Ice Age, to the canals and blue ways of 2022. With an eye for quirky details, he considers the ancient legends that underlie each river’s name, the people who lived in the crannogs and island monasteries, the creation of the canal network, and multiple other aspects of this glorious water world. This series also features interviews with contemporary men and women who have spent their working lives on the waterways as patrol officers and lock keepers.

  • My name is Lara Chicofsky, and my cohost is Nina Jobe. We created this podcast to shine a light on some of the lesser known characters and crimes in Boston and New England. We've spent the past two years researching the Boston crime scene primarily focusing on the 1960s. There are many podcasts and books available about organized crime in the Boston area, but ours is a bit different. I spent most of my life in my father’s world. Eavesdropping when I was a kid, listening intently when he was at the end of his life. I often took what he said with a grain of salt. He was, after all, a conman, an expert liar and an Academy Award worthy actor, but there was always a sliver of truth in his stories. 

  • Once upon a time, Ireland was home to many legends of the land. Celebrating the history of this ancient isle, ล KODAโ€™s childrenโ€™s audiobook series will tell the stories of some important female legends, so their legacies will continue to live on. ล KODA Ireland is proud to serve the next generation of little legends on their own journeys through life.

    Aimed at kids aged five years and over, this audiobook series is ideal for helping to keep kids entertained during car journeys, or when it's time to wind down. With five amazing stories written by children's author E.R Murray, each episode brings five warrior women to life - Queen Maeve, Grace O'Malley, Macha, The Morrรญgan and Brigid.

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  • David brings you the most Marvellous Music Machines from the small to the tall! Get a fantastic cross section of mechanical music. This programme was broadcast on - where you can discover a world of automatic instruments playing all day! Broadcasting 24 hours. Whenever you tune in, you're never far away from a style of mechanical music you'll love. Every hour takes you on a journey though automatic instruments. Mechanical Organs, self playing Pianos, Musical Boxes, Orchestrions and more., search Mechanical Music Radio in your social media channels, and download our free app.

  • Taking a look at the wit and wisdom of Gore Vidal in his own words, from Ryan Breegle.

  • Not Another Conspiracy Podcast hosted by JJ Jackson (@TattoosbyJJ) Deano Salter (@DeanoSauruz) and Ben Mills (@iambenmills).

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  • Grangegorman Histories is a public history project of Dublin City Council, Grangegorman Development Agency, HSE, Local Communities, National Archives, Royal Irish Academy and TU Dublin. Over the past 250 years, Grangegorman, on the northside of Dublin city centre, has been the site of a workhouse, a large psychiatric hospital and a prison and now integrating back into the city as a health and education campus for the HSE, TU Dublin and the local community. Grangegorman Histories works to uncover, catalogue and commemorate the history of this site To learn more see