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  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • برنامج اقتصادي يستعرض الفرص الواعدة في إمارة دبي

  • Dispersion is a podcast by the Zoryan Institute that analyzes and celebrates both the diverse and common experiences of diasporas living away from, and returning to, their homeland. Having published its academic journal in the field of diaspora studies for 30 years, the Zoryan Institute is excited to bring the conversation of diaspora to a new platform. 

    Introducing important theories, topics, and experiences related to diaspora and transnational studies through casual conversations with people currently or previously living in Canada. Through conversations with diverse communities in Canada, Dispersion will challenge stereotypes, discrimination, and aim to bring people together through conversations that navigate identity, home, and belonging. 

    The Zoryan Institute is a non-profit organization that serves the cause of scholarship and public awareness relating to issues of universal human rights, genocide, and diaspora-homeland relations. For more from the Institute follow us on Instagram and Twitter @ZoryanInstitute, on Facebook @ Zoryan Canada, on Youtube @ZI e-Chronicles and at

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  • Thinking about education in the past can help us make sense of it in the present and the future. In this podcast Daisy and Elizabeth consider what lessons the history of education can teach us.

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  • Hosted by Dr. Niamh Wycherley, this podcast shows that medieval Irish history is complex and dynamic — not at all stuffy or static. Via lively and engaging chats with leading experts, it explores aspects of a largely ignored, but commonly evoked, period, and shares new and exciting research on medieval Ireland.
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    Twitter X: @EarlyIrishPod
    Supported by the Dept of Early Irish, Maynooth University, and the Irish Research Council. Views expressed are the speakers' own.
    Production: Tiago de Oliveiro Veloso Silva.
    Logo design: Matheus de Paula Costa
    Music: Lexin_Music

  • Sraith dírithe ar mhná éachtacha i réimsí éagsúla atá anseo, le téama ar leith ag baint le gach eagrán. I ngach clár, insítear scéal spleodrach faoi bhean Éireannach sa stair a rinne éacht agus cloistear agallaimh phearsanta le mná a bhfuil baint acu leis na réimsí céanna sa lá atá inniu ann. Déantar plé ar obair na mban seo; na mná a tháinig rompu agus na mná a thug agus a thugann inspioráid dóibh. I measc na mban stairiúil a mbreathnófar orthu sa tsraith, tá Lena Rice ó Cho. Thiobraid Árann, a bhuaigh Wimbledon sa bhliain 1890; Kit Coleman a bhí mar an chéad chomhfhreagraí cogaidh baineann, sa bhliain 1898, agus an Dr Dorothy Stopford Price a bhí lárnach i ndíbirt na heitinne sa tír seo san fhichiú haois. Is iad Jane Farley agus Katie Whelan láithreoirí na sraithe, agus is liosta le háireamh iad siúd a ghlac páirt sa tsraith – aíonna speisialta a bhfuil réimse mhór de thaithí acu, idir fhilí agus eolaithe agus eile. I measc na rannpháirtithe tá Celia de Fréine, Fionnula Gygax, Máire Ní Bhraonáin, Siún Ní Dhuinn, Caitlín Ní Chasaide, Lynn Hilary, Réaltán Ní Leannáin agus Deirdre Donnelly. Judy-Meg Ní Chinnéide a bhí mar léiritheoir agus eagarthóir fuaime ar an tsraith. Fearghal Saxe a bhí mar theicneoir fuaime. An t-aisteoir Hilary Bowen-Walsh a léigh na scéalta stairiúla. Is le tacaíocht ó scéim Fuaim agus Fís Údarás Craolacháin na hÉireann a rinneadh an clár seo, leis an táille ceadúnais teilifíse.

  • W tym wyjątkowym podcaście Dmytro Antoniuk, ekspert krajoznawca i autor przewodników po Ukrainie, rozmawia z Wojciechem Jankowskim z redakcji wschodniej Radia Wnet. Razem przybliżają słuchaczom historię i obecny stan polskich zabytków na Ukrainie, które są zagrożone w wyniku trwającej agresji rosyjskiej.

    Podcast powstał we współpracy z Instytutem Polonika, który dba o zachowanie rzeczpospolitańskiego dziedzictwa za granicami Polski. W serii odcinków dowiesz się więcej o zabytkach związanych z naszą wspólną historią i kulturą, takich jak pałace, zamki, kościoły i klasztory, które kiedyś były częścią II Rzeczypospolitej. Odkryj bogactwo polskiej kultury na

  • Discover The Lowlander, the daily service newsletter printed for men of the 52nd Lowland Division during the Second World War. Andy Aitcheson and Merryn Walters share the best of each week's editions - from politics and jottings from home, to the football results and news about the front lines from November 44 right through to May 1945.

  • Welcome to "Not So Quiet On The Western Front," the podcast that takes you beyond the trenches and dives deep into the untold stories and surprising truths of the First World War. Join us as we lift the lid on one of the most pivotal periods in human history, busting myths and unravelling the complexities of a conflict that shaped the course of the 20th century.Host: Dan Hill & Dr. Spencer JonesE-Mail: [email protected]: us: Battle Guide Production

  • Irish Times videographer Enda O'Dowd explores the murky origins of today's internet culture in this six-part series featuring interviews with early web innovators.

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  • From the archives of the Acton Institute, Acton Vault brings you stories, talks, conversations, and lectures from our 30-plus years of history – all focused on illustrating the Acton Institute's vision of a free and virtuous society characterized by individual liberty and sustained by religious principles.

  • Diving into the captivating past while contemplating the present and future of Notre Dame Football.

  • German surrender brought the Second World War in Europe to an end. But all feared that war with Japan would drag on and on. Behind the scenes, the US had been working on a secret weapon – the most powerful ever devised – and by August 1945… it was no longer such a secret. These films explore A-Bomb in Pop Culture or: How The West Has Changed its Portrayal of the Atomic Bomb Through Time, from the dropping of the very first atomic bomb, through to the Cold War and right up to the present day. The films conclude by asking whether or not these types of weapon should have existed in the first place, and questioning what the future holds for the A-Bomb.
    The films relate to the Open University Course A327 Europe 1914-1989: war, peace, modernity

  • Home of Metal presents 'At The Mermaid'. The Mermaid was a large, dilapidated pub in Sparkhill, a working-class neighbourhood three miles south of Birmingham city centre. The laid-back landlords welcomed teenage punks, hippies and rockers to play weirdo music in the upstairs room, charging very little money for very bad cider. The Mermaid became a hub of DIY music scene in the 1980s, with £1 gigs, punk all-dayers, 'zine and tape swapping. It was also a site of political education for many, and hunt saboteurs gathered at the Mermaid before taking direct action.


    In creating this podcast, we interviewed people who were part of the Mermaid scene, featuring contributions from Justin Broadrick (Napalm Death, Godflesh, Final), Nicholas Bullen (Napalm Death), Stig C Miller (Amebix), Steve Charlesworth (Heresy), Steve Watson (Cerebral Fix), Mark Freeth (Ausgang) and more musicians and fans who made the Mermaid a vital place for underground music.


    Music heritage is all about the stories we tell around these little scenes, shining a torch on underground histories that could otherwise be forgotten in a haze of scrumpy and mushrooms.

    Created by Home of Metal, presented by Sarah Lafford, produced by Alice Rosenthal.

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  • This is the untold history of how the internet almost didn’t happen. It’s an ode to fathers and daughters. And it’s a tale about the origins of the man-computer symbiosis that’s still profoundly relevant to our society today.
    Host Christine Haughney Dare-Bryan, an editor-at-large at Inc., is a James Beard Award-winning journalist who has worked for NBC News as well as three of the nation’s largest newspapers, and who created the Emmy-nominated Netflix series Rotten. Dare-Bryan’s connection to the story is deeply personal—her father, Joseph Haughney, was one of the internet’s founding fathers.
    Dare-Bryan spent 10 months traveling the nation interviewing these iconic founders about their work, and how it all led to the economy—and society—we inhabit today. In this six-episode series, she explores the invention, the contention, the bragging, the fighting, and the decisions that have led to our digital life.
    Just as the book Hamilton explored the founding fathers of democracy in the United States, this project explores the founding fathers of the internet and how their high-stakes battles over ownership, internet privacy, internet protocols, and internet access mirror what we face today.
    By looking to the past, Computer Freaks dives into modern debates: Could we have prevented online harm from the start? What is the balance between free speech and online content moderation? How much human work should be delegated to technology and A.I.? And what direction should this growing labyrinthine network of computers take?
    The narrative behind Computer Freaks stretches from after World War II through the 1980s, and up to the consequences we face from this technology today. During that early period, the federal government was funding the first workable prototype of the internet, called the Arpanet, but fighting with researchers at MIT about just how far access to the Arpanet should extend.
    Computer Freaks tells the dramatic, untold history of the internet straight from the mouths of its pioneering inventors: Len Kleinrock, Robert Kahn, Charley Kline, Steve Crocker, Vinton Cerf, and Bob Metcalfe, among many others. Exclusive interviews uncover hidden stories found nowhere else about the Arpanet, online harm, hacking, authentication, cybersecurity, Ethernet, TCP IP, packet switching, queuing theory, and the early contributions of women in tech.
    And, perhaps most important, this series is a love letter from a daughter to an aging father and the world-changing legacy he will leave behind.

  • Hello and welcome to 'A Wee Bit Of War', a podcast dedicated to telling the stories of Northern Ireland during the Second World War. I'm your host Scott Edgar. I have been researching the history of the Second World War in Northern Ireland for over a decade. I run the online platform (WartimeNI), which features hundreds of articles as well as over 2,000 people and places with stories connected to the time. While some stories such as the Belfast Blitz and the arrival of the American GIs are often recounted, others remain unknown and untold. in 'A Wee Bit Of War', we'll cover everything from the peaceful Phoney War days of 1939 through to V.E. Day Celebrations and the surrender of the U-Boats in 1945.

    We will be interviewing a range of guests on the show including authors, academics, historians, and family members with stories to tell. There is much more to the story of the Second World War in Northern Ireland than just military history. You can expect social history, women's history, black history, queer history... If it's got a good story, we'll be covering it.

  • "WW2 Stories & Real War Stories" is a gripping podcast that dives into the untold tales of heroism, sacrifice, and determination from the most significant conflict in human history, World War II. Each episode explores the lesser-known battles, daring missions, and personal accounts of the brave individuals who shaped the course of the war. From the epic struggles on the Eastern Front to the courageous acts of the resistance fighters in occupied Europe, join us as we uncover the true stories behind the pivotal moments and unsung heroes of the Second World War. Support this podcast:

  • The no-fucks-given guide to LGBTQ+ history. Welcome to the Gayest Stories Never Told! Hosted by Bash and Lucy Hendra. Edited by Alex Toskas. Sign up on our website, and follow us on Instagram and TikTok.

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  • An Irish history Podcast, telling the tales of the ordinary men and women who stood up to an empire and risked everything for the cause of Irish Independence throughout history.

  • Where the world is explained. Making sense of the big stories - looking behind the spin. Exploring the important questions about long-running stories and the latest global news. An honest, unvarnished, explanation of the world.