Geschiedenis – Nigeria – Nieuwe podcasts

  • Almanya tarihindeki queer insanlar hakkında bir podcast. Çoğu insan Stonewall'u duymuştur ya da yılda bir kez CSD'ye gider. Buna rağmen queer bireyler tarih kitaplarında nadiren yer almıştır. Almanya'da politikada queer görünürlüğü için mücadele eden insanlar kimlerdi? Kimler gey ve lezbiyen aktör ve aktrislerle film çekmeye cesaret etti? Hangi queer sporcular kamera önünde konuştular? Hangi queer müzisyenler ve hangi motivasyonla açıldılar? Onlara nasıl tepki verildi?
    Bu podcast'te üç queer sunucumuz Phenix, Meili Scheidemann ve Florian Prokop, Alman tarihinin nihayet anlatılması gereken kısmını araştırıyor.
    Queer Story - auf Türkisch - in türkischer Sprache - in Turkish
    Bu podcast, ana dilinizde dinleyebilmeniz için yapay zeka yardımıyla çevrilmiştir. İlk olarak 2021 yılında, o zamanlar sadece Almanca olarak kaydettik. Sesimizle başka bir dilde konuşma olasılığı muhtemelen size olduğu kadar bize de çılgınca geliyordu, ancak düşündük ki: bir deneyelim! Çünkü nereden gelirlerse gelsinler, hangi dili konuşurlarsa konuşsunlar, herkesin bu podcast'i dinleyebilmesini istiyoruz.
    Bu nedenle, bazen hala garip bir konuşma tarzımız varsa bize tahammül edin. Ne düşündüğünüzü duymak bizi çok ilgilendiriyor. Bize [email protected] yazmaktan çekinmeyin.
    Almanya tarihi boyunca Queer Story, Bose Park Productions tarafından hazırlanan bir podcasttir. Sunucular Phenix Kühnert, Meili Scheidemann ve Florian Prokop. Editörler Ilona Toller ve Karolin Köhler. Ses tasarımı Mats Leubner, Fabio Lautenschläger, Nick Käseberg ve Luca Kaduk tarafından yapılmıştır. Yapımcı: Su Holder ve Chris Guse. Hazır metin kontrolü: Büşra Taşdemir
    Queer Story - auf Türkisch - in türkischer Sprache - in Turkish

  • Delve into the electrifying life and enduring legacy of James Baldwin in this captivating podcast series. We'll journey from his Harlem childhood to his pivotal role in the Civil Rights Movement, exploring his groundbreaking novels, fiery essays, and powerful voice as a writer and activist. Through intimate interviews, archival recordings, and insightful analysis, we'll unpack Baldwin's complex relationship with race, sexuality, faith, and identity, revealing his timeless influence on contemporary issues and inspiring a call to action for a more just and equitable world. Whether you're already a Baldwin aficionado or just discovering his brilliance, this series promises to spark thought-provoking conversations and leave you empowered to carry his torch forward.

  • This is a podcast about things you likely missed in history class. Every month we will choose a theme and run through history on things that have happened in accordance to the theme.

  • Created by history enthusiasts and students this podcast aims to be for students and historians alike, featuring professors, teachers and doctors to explain their respective historical topics.

  • The Modern Royalty podcast, hosted by Princess Sarah Culberson of Sierra Leone, is here to explore and learn about royal families and their country's cultures.

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  • The Masters is a captivating six-part podcast series that takes listeners on a journey through the hallowed fairways of Augusta National, exploring the rich tapestry of the Masters Golf Tournament. From its inception by golf legends Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts to the legendary battles for the coveted Green Jacket, this series delves into the heart of one of golf's most prestigious events. Each episode offers a unique perspective, showcasing memorable moments, profiling legendary figures, examining the iconic course, and revealing the traditions and innovations that make the Masters a global spectacle. With insights from players, analysts, and fans, The Masters is your all-access pass to understanding the legacy, challenges, and future of the Masters Tournament. Join us as we uncover the stories behind the scoreboard and celebrate the spirit of this unparalleled golfing tradition.

  • In this podcast I am talking about how did the Transatlantic Slave Trade end in America, and how are past injustice affecting the modern world.

  • I Have a Dream: Martin Luther King Jr.'s Landmark Speech
    On August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his iconic "I Have a Dream" speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. In this speech, King called for an end to racism and segregation in America, and he envisioned a future where all people would be treated equal.In this podcast episode, we will listen to King's entire speech and reflect on its significance. In this series we will discuss the historical context of the speech, as well as its impact on the Civil Rights Movement and American culture. We will also consider the relevance of King's message today.This podcast is for anyone who wants to learn more about Martin Luther King Jr., the Civil Rights Movement, or American history. It is also for anyone who is inspired by King's message of hope and equality. Some of the topics we will cover in this series:
    Historical context of the "I Have a Dream" speechListening to the speechDiscussion of the speech's significanceRelevance of King's message today

  • Vikings is an immersive podcast series that delves into the fascinating world of Vikings, the legendary explorers, warriors, and settlers of the Norse period. Each episode of this richly detailed podcast brings to life a different aspect of Viking culture, history, and mythology, narrated with captivating storytelling and backed by meticulous research.

    Whether you're a history buff, a fan of Norse mythology, or just curious about the world of the Vikings, "Voyages of the Northmen" promises to be an enlightening and engaging journey through the fjords, battlefields, and longhouses of Viking history. Join us as we set sail into the past, uncovering the mysteries and the legacy of the Northmen.

  • History, Politics, People. A podcast that tackles humanity’s greatest achievements as well as our ugliest history. For more on Mythology and History check out Time’s Tall Tales on Spotify!

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    The Analects, or Lunyu (simplified Chinese: 论语; traditional Chinese: 論語; pinyin: Lún Yǔ; literally "Classified/Ordered Sayings"), also known as the Analects of Confucius, are considered a record of the words and acts of the central Chinese thinker and philosopher Confucius and his disciples, as well as the discussions they held. Written during the Spring and Autumn Period through the Warring States Period (ca. 475 BC - 221 BC), the Analects is the representative work of Confucianism and continues to have a substantial influence on Chinese and East Asian thought and values today. James Legge (Chinese: 理雅各; December 20, 1815 – November 29, 1897) was a noted Scottish sinologist, a Scottish Congregationalist, representative of the London Missionary Society in Malacca and Hong Kong (1840–1873), and first professor of Chinese at Oxford University (1876–1897). In association with Max Müller he prepared the monumental Sacred Books of the East series, published in 50 volumes between 1879 and 1891.

  • Shirin al´adu, addinai da kuma zamantakewa tsakanin al´ummomi dabam-dabam a duniya. Taba Ka Lashe shiri ne da ke duba batutuwan da suka shafi al'adu da zamantakewa tsakanin al'ummomi da mabiya addinai dabam-dabam a duniya da zummar kyautata zamantakewarsu, zaman lafiya da kuma fahimtar juna tsakani. Muna gabatar muku da shirin ta rediyo a kowane mako, kuna kuma iya sauraronsa a shafinmu na Internet da kuma ta kafar Podcast.

  • Bella Back Into History is about history from the 1500- this time period.

  • This essay explores the evolution of major hits and iconic artists across the history of country music over the past seven decades. It analyzes the genre's ability to retain its themes of hardship, heartbreak and redemption while pushing the musical boundaries by incorporating influences from rock, pop, folk and beyond. The essay concludes by examining how contemporary country continues to convey universal resonance by blending traditions with more modern styles.

  • This biography explores the legendary life of George Washington, from his youth in Colonial Virginia through commanding the Continental Army to serving as America’s first president, spotlighting his indispensable leadership and lasting legacy as the “Father of His Country.” The account analyzes Washington’s outsized influence securing independence from Britain and unifying the fragile young republic under rule of law and Constitutional order during its turbulent birth pangs.

  • This episode traces legendary contemporary pop vocalist Celine Dion’s dramatic life story from modest childhood as the baby of a large French-Canadian family where her prodigious singing talents were first discovered performing in local piano bars around her rural Quebec hometown. We follow young Celine’s starmaking trajectory after family friend-turned-manager René Angélil first hears her talent at just age 12, later mortgaging his home to finance her meteoric rise to Francophone stardom on early records. Her mature voice stuns global audiences leading to decades filling arenas worldwide, highlighted by her iconic Titanic movie theme cementing unmatched superstardom. After settling into a Las Vegas residency, she tragically loses husband René to cancer while battling her own rare neurological condition forcing a performing hiatus. Despite adversity and uncertainty plaguing a historic 40-year career boasting over 200 million albums sold, Celine remains driven to overcome health struggles and honor her late husband’s legacy through future song. Her unlikely small-town origins-to-worldwide-fame story exemplifies how humble beginnings cannot restrain extraordinary talent fueled by resilience.

  • Welcome to 'To Those Who Care,' a podcast that dives deep into what truly matter. Join us as we explore the intersecting worlds of African history, policy and development. Through insightful conversations with thought leaders, advocates, and changemakers, we uncover inspiring stories, thoughtful insights, and actionable steps that empower you to make a difference. Whether you're an activist or simply someone who cares, this podcast is your space to stay informed, engaged, and inspired. Tune in and be part of the movement for positive change.

  • The Ancestors are very concerned about the state of the black community in America. Black people have to take responsibility for what we allow within our community and this includes music, violence, and prostitution. Black women and girls are the fastest dying species in America and this falls on deaf ears. Our homes and families are being destroyed daily to gun violence from domestic violence, police brutality, and random homicides. This podcast is open to all races around the world. I also speak on paranormal and dream interpretation.

    Check out my controversial YouTube channel@ OMM Speaks