Geschiedenis – Verenigde Staten – Nieuwe podcasts

  • 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.

  • Capturing the origin story of the Wilmington, North Carolina Film Industry, as recounted and explored by the filmmakers themselves.

  • Welcome to There is a Season: The Pete Seeger Podcast. This podcast is dedicated to rediscovering and helping to further uncover the music, work and politics of the late American folk musician, Pete Seeger. This show's objective is to evaluate Pete Seeger's life, music and political work, and in doing so to consider how we might further apply Pete Seeger's work and music in contemporary times.

  • Harlem and Moscow is an audio drama based on the true story of the Harlem Renaissance in the Soviet Union. This audio podcast immerses you in the journey as you travel to the other side of the world and back again with Americaโ€™s best-kept literary secret.

    In 1932, a group of Harlem Renaissance artists and activists traveled to Moscow to make a film on racism in America that would start a revolution.

    Among them was up-and-coming writer Dorothy West, who was looking for a break in her acting career and the chance to connect with famed writer Langston Hughes.

    Dorothy West recounts her year in the Soviet Union, recalling the hookups, heartbreaks, and lessons learned along the way.

  • Join Broadway historian, director, and all around MT nerd Robert W. Schneider for a wild and exhaustively researched celebration of the musicals that had set their sights on Broadway but missed the mark. The first season of Broadway Bound is called "HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOOD" and explores ten Broadway Bound musicals that were based on movies. From Angela Lansbury refusing to practice voodoo to a tap dancing Mrs. Robinson, Broadway Bound: The Musicals That Never Came To Broadway podcast is sure to open your eyes to some of the most bizarre, brilliant, and bold musicals that tried to get themselves on the Great Bright Way!

  • This podcast will help you explore the little known stories and incidents related with India etc. And this can take you on a journey in the past to mysterious or forgotten places, telling you tales related to India and other aspects of Indian culture, telling how certain food and migrants came to India over centuries, who drastically transformed and adapted themselves and became completely Indian thereby making Indian culture richer. And it will help you understand Bollywood songs, too.
    This interesting story telling history podcast is Hosted by Shraddha and Ritansh and written by Jaibodh, a passionate writer, story teller and Hindi teacher & grammarian.
    Each episode has two versions - English one, and Hindi one.
    •Hindi version’s transcript, which has expressions with their meanings and the
    worksheet based on it, can be downloaded after becoming a Patron from - or
    •Join our Facebook page to share stories & travel tips related to India & give
    feedback - link:
    •To take a free trial for online Hindi lessons visit:

  • 100 years ago, artists and writers were forging new visions of Blacknessโ€”across America and abroad.

    Introducing Harlem Is Everywhere, a brand new podcast from The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Hear how music, fashion, literature, and art helped shape a modern Black identity.

    Presented alongside the exhibition The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism, the podcast is hosted by writer and critic Jessica Lynne. This five-part series features a dynamic cast of speakers who reflect on the legacy and cultural impact of the Harlem Renaissance.

  • An 80's, 90's & early 00's Retro Podcast.
    Reach Out & Touch the Past!

  • A study of some of the final words uttered by history's greatest. (As well as a few stories you might not know.)

  • On Looted: The Podcast, we uncover the hidden stories of ancient artifacts and their journeys in the illicit antiquities trade. I’m Zoë Kontes, and I’m an archaeologist. When we archaeologists dig, we carefully record what we find so we can make the best sense of the evidence. But go to any museum, auction house, or dealer with an antiquities collection and you’ll be sure to find objects that have been removed from the ground without this kind of proper excavation. Looting destroys the context of artifacts, and while they may look beautiful in a display case, we lose any information about their significance or function in the culture that made them. This is a loss of our common human history, and it affects us all. Check out for all episodes and more information!

  • Le podcast "Les gens d'Aix" va faire parler les aixois.
    Frédéric Paul, guide conférencier à Aix-en-Provence, a eu l'envie d'aller à la rencontre de ces aixois qui font ou ont fait la ville et d'interviewer des témoins qui ont fait Aix.

  • Welcome to Strange Days Live. Join us on a thrilling journey through the uncharted realms of the paranormal, the mysterious, and the downright strange.

    Immerse yourself in the eerie world of the unexplained phenomena with your host Doc during our Live Call-In Show.

    It's your chance to share your spine-tingling stories, conspiracy theories, and ghostly encounters with fellow truth-seekers.

    Show Hours:
    Monday through Friday 7:00 PM (PST) - 9:00 PM (PST)
    Saturday & Sunday - No Live Show

    Thank you for your support! Doc © 2023 Pixel, LLC. All rights reserved.

  • Take a talk down memory lane. 

    If you grew up in South Florida, or live here now, then you know there's a story around every corner. From Al Capone to Meyer Lansky, the Fort Lauderdale strip to strippin' it off at Haulover Beach, Flipper to Miami Vice, we're exploring stories from yesterday and today. 

    These are the Tales from South Florida. 

    Hosted by Bill Monty

    Comments or questions write to us at [email protected] or call at 754-800-3170.

  • Professor Michael John Williams introduces the "Cosmic Top Secret" podcast, which explores NATO's past, present, and future. As the NATO Fulbright Security Studies Fellow in Brussels, Belgium, and an Associate Professor at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, Michael brings extensive expertise in NATO and transatlantic relations.

  • Zac Stuart-Pontier and Bill Klaber take a trip down a rabbit hole surrounding the assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy. Featuring never-before heard police recordings, The RFK Tapes starts out a murder investigation and ends up revealing the power of conspiracy theories, and why itโ€™s human nature to believe in them.

  • Heather Cox Richardson's narrated newsletter about the history behind today's politics.

  • THE PASSAGE takes you on a ride into the land of the dead, traveling with the Ferryman as he collects Americaโ€™s most illustrious spirits and delivers them to the hereafter. The price of their passage? Their story.

    Built on a foundation of historical relevance and structured by a kind of dream logic, THE PASSAGE is an immersive audio experience that invites listeners to explore the collective American psyche from the perspective of its most legendary figures. Here we are guided by the Ferryman of soulsโ€“ with a voice that sounds like itโ€™s been siphoned from a lake of bourbon and fire, and resonating with the depth and gravitas of Dan Fogler (Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, The Walking Dead). The Passage is penned by a brilliant and diverse pool of writers and performed by an unforgettable cast, each episode of this anthology promises a new tale of American odyssey, from madness and monsters to conviction and courage. Each passenger tells their own extraordinary and often terrifying tale to influence the Ferrymanโ€™s final destinationโ€” be it a comfortable place of eternal light, a haunted purgatory of regret, or one of the nine rings of hell.

    These are the tales that shaped the soul of the nation.

    Created by filmmaker Dan Bush (Tomorrowโ€™s Monsters, The Mantawauk Caves) and writer, Nicholas Tecosky, and a co-production of iHeartPodcasts, and Psychopia Pictures, The Passage is a riveting, immersive anthology featuring performances by Wes Studi (The Last of the Mohicans / Geronimo: An American Legend), Martin Starr (Freaks and Geeks / Silicon Valey), Tristan Mack Wilds (The Wire / Red Tails), and Scott Haze (Child of God, Jurassic World Dominion).

    Headphones are recommended.

  • Ideas matter. They cross borders; they are cosmopolitan by their nature. Intellectual history is a history of intertwining conversations, a history of posing questions not easily—or ever—answered. HIST 271 is a survey of modern European intellectual history, sketching a narrative arc from the late 18th century transition to modernity through the late 20th century transition to post-modernity. (Modernity is largely about replacing God. Postmodernity begins when we give up on replacing God.) With Marci Shore, Associate Professor of History.

  • Let's get personal! Since the dawn of time, humans have been desperate for connection. Then we realized we could solicit strangers through the Sunday paper. Youโ€™ve heard of Craigslist personals, just imagine the pining and thirst from lonely queers searching for love. Listen as we read and rate personal ads from the โ€˜70s through 2000s! If you love gay yearning, youโ€™ll love Q4Q! Be on the show:

  • Blacktivities connects black America’s past to the present with the perfect balance of silly meets serious while engaging in thought-provoking and sometimes nostalgic conversations for the culture. Shannon, Lisa, and Karen prove that the black female is not a monolith as they offer their perspectives on living while black in America.