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Best Jamestown podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Jamestown podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Ever watch a historical movie and thought "what the heck are they wearing?" We've studied real historical clothing, and we love to pick apart Hollywood's idea of period costume. But it's not just about history, it's also about symbolism, style, and more. Grab a cocktail and join us to bitch about crazy costume movies and TV series, fabulous historical costumes, and what it all means.
 
The Virginia History Podcast covers the rich history that has made the Commonwealth what it is today. Events covered during this podcast will include - Colonial Era American War for Independence Pre-Civil War Civil War Reconstruction Early Modern Virginia During the World's Wars Cold War Virginia Contemporary Virginia Along the way, I will blog, mostly small notes, resources, and pictures to supplement the history at www.vahistorypodcast.com
 
When I first started reading this book, I thought it to be a historical romance novel. As I read further, I pondered whether it might be a sea-faring story. Reading still further, I determined it to be an adventure story. Alas, it is all three. To Have And To Hold, written by Mary Johnston was the bestselling novel of 1900. The story takes place in colonial Jamestown during the 1600
 
Captain John Smith (c. January 1580 – June 21, 1631) Admiral of New England was an English soldier, explorer, and author. He was knighted for his services to Sigismund Bathory, Prince of Transylvania. He is remembered for his role in establishing the first permanent English settlement in North America at Jamestown, Virginia, and his brief association with the Virginia Indian girl Pocahontas during an altercation with the Powhatan Confederacy and her father, Chief Powhatan. He was a leader of ...
 
The Show On The Road features interviews and exclusive acoustic performances with songwriters, bandleaders and musicians from around the world. Hosted by Dustbowl Revival's Z. Lupetin, each episode features an in-depth and playfully creative conversation about the real day to day lives of artists and their inspirations.
 
History storytime for children with 7 year old Sophie, 4 year old Ellie and their Daddy. Exciting stories of knights in shining armour and their battles. Henry VIII, the Tudors, Romans, World War 2, George Washington, Columbus and more. Even amazing stories of animals in history like elephants, dogs, cats and pigeons. Stirring stories of love and betrayal. Strong women and how they changed history. Real life narrative history as it should be told. Valued by teachers, enjoyed by parents, love ...
 
The Rob (Re)Report airs on WDAY AM970 from 1-2pm weekdays focusing on political news and current events in North Dakota. Host Rob Port writes SayAnythingBlog.com, North Dakota's most popular and influential political blog, and is a columnist for the Forum News Service with weekly columns in papers including the Fargo Forum, Grand Forks Herald, Jamestown Sun, and the Dickinson Press.
 
In The Real Estate Crowdfunding Show, you will learn how you can syndicate your real estate projects online by hearing Adam Gower speak with the world's most accomplished experts in social media. You will gain access to tangible, actionable insights into best of class digital marketing methods so you can raise money online. Learn from the best of the best online marketing experts and explore this blue-ocean opportunity to syndicate your real estate projects. Leap ahead of your competition, a ...
 
Avery Trufelman explores stories of people who tried to design a better world — and what happens when those designs don’t go according to plan. Season one, Utopian, is about the perpetual search for the perfect place. From Curbed and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Chances are, you are reading this because you are aware that Jamestown, Virginia, celebrated its 400th birthday in 2007. It was the first "successful" English settlement in America. Although the colonists eventually moved upriver to be quit of the hard luck and difficult conditions on the small island, they left behind a trove of possessions - used, worn out, or forgotten.Did you ever stop to consider just how many different items you have, need, or use, to live, work, and amuse yourself? Ch ...
 
Here and Then is an award winning series of fast paced, information packed features hosted by local historian John Quarstein. Through this series of one-minute vignettes, viewers gain a perspective about the rich history of Hampton Roads through visits to Isle of Wight County and St. Lukes Church, Jamestown and the first settlers, Lincolns visit to Ft. Monroe and the first landing at Cape Henry and more.
 
Just an other nerd mixing beats on his computer.... LOL Kinda. Former member of the alt-rock band I Am Frankie Scrapmetal, turned Ableton Live artist, based in Jamestown, NY. Works in "found" media and synthy - beats. Collaborations: Oz Killa and Rand-o, Necropimps, Prosthetic Hand-me downs, Dj 80N3, G-Hybrid, C-Banga. Co-host/Co-producer of This Is In Parenthesis(radio).
 
A lot of people would say this podcast is a waste of time, and a lot of people would be right. But Doc G and his co-host Justin Evangelista are some of the best at wasting time. C'mon, it's not like you had anything important to do! Join the Doc and Justin discuss everything that has happened in the past week including entertainment, pop culture, music and sports. A podcast is posted every Wednesday and is recorded as a part of The Doc G Show that airs live at 7p on Spinnaker Radio 95.5 FM i ...
 
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This week The Jamestown Community Chorus is the subject of the program with B. J. Whitehouse, Music Director. With BJ in his Jamestown home, we remotely talk about the season that has been changed because of the virus shutdown, about the future, and listen to some of the music that has been presented by the chorus. For more information you can call…
 
The Doc invites Jon and Zach of Jamestown Revival on the show. The two talk herpetologist, online shows, moving to California, the best places to eat in Austin, Whiskey, San Isobel, making music in cabins and much much more. Listen now!Monologue: 0:23Birthday Suit 1: 8:03Previously on the Doc G Show: 13:20Ripped from the Headlines: 15:32Jamestown R…
 
We tell the story of the founding of Jamestown settlement in 1607 and how Pocahontas helped it survive so it eventually grew into the United States of America. And we tell where the Disney film Pocahontas got it wrong and got it right. Sophie (aged 7) and Ellie (aged 4) put ourselves in the shoes of the Powhatan Indians. We feel the excitement of t…
 
In the summer of 2018, we said "We need to talk about Americana music". At the time it felt that there was an apparent disconnect in not only the discussion around the genre but in the would-be community as well. Industry workers and audiences were leading the conversation, but there appeared to be a disturbing absence of input from the most import…
 
Before the days of WiFi, Reddit, nyan cat and grumpy cat alike, one man set the art world on fire with his increasingly bizarre paintings and sketches of cats. Join Ben, Noel and Casey as they welcome special guest Gabe Luzier on air (finally!) to explore the strange story of Louis Wain in the conclusion of this special two-part series. Learn more …
 
In this episode, Rebecca Rideal is joined by art historian and podcaster Ferren Gipson to investigate the short and violent life of the peerless Renaissance artist, Caravaggio. Written and narrated by Rebecca Rideal Voice Actor: Giorgio Li Manne Editor: Peter Curry Theme music: "Circles" by The Broxton Hundred Additional music: Noel Malekar - Voice…
 
The Doc invites Rench of the fantastic group Gangstagrass on the show! The two talk growing up on hip-hop and country, producing, places to eat in New York and Virginia, convincing Dead Prez to rap over banjos, the new album and much much more. Monologue (J-biebs): 0:26Birthday Suit 1: 10:20Previously on the Doc G Show: 14:01Ripped from the Headlin…
 
If you're listening to this podcast, you definitely know about cat memes. At this point, they're almost like an internet currency all their own. But far before the days of WiFi, Reddit, nyan cat and grumpy cat alike, one man set the art world on fire with his increasingly bizarre paintings and sketches of cats. Join Ben, Noel and Casey as they welc…
 
On WCRI's Festival Series this week we visit The Gilmore International Keyboard Festival. In 1989, trustees of the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation of Kalamazoo, Michigan, announced plans to honor the memory of Irving S. Gilmore, a local businessman and philanthropist, by creating some of the most unique and significant awards for pianists anywhere in …
 
We learn about the Fall of the Roman Empire and the End of Roman Britain. Sophie and Ellie help tell the story of how the continuous barbarian attacks, corruption, overmighty generals and a manpower shortage led to the collapse of the Western Roman Empire. We dive into the story of Britain to show what this meant for one part of the Empire. Then we…
 
We review the first two episodes of this darkly comedic take on 18th-century Russian Empress Catherine the Great, starring Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult. The series is similar in tone to show-runner Tony McNamara's film, The Favourite. Costume designer Emma Fryer's work is close enough to Catherine's era and helps create a plausible for this wild…
 
In the early 20th century, rural US residents were all-too-accustomed to scraping by, often by any means necessary. Families without the means to buy what they wanted invented ingenious ways of recycling or reusing as much as they possibly could -- you mended the tools you could not replace, you worked with what little food you had -- and, in this …
 
When Emperor Tiberius first ascended to the throne in AD 14, he seemed to be a principled reformer set on cleaning up the empire -- checking excesses and abuses, erasing loopholes and banning astrologers. However, the death of his son seemed to push him into a severely unbalanced mental state. His paranoia and cruelty were extreme (even for an Empe…
 
Watch the video recording of this show, See the highlight videos Gain access to online real estate syndication resources ACCESS THE SHOWNOTES PAGE BY CLICKING HERE.By Dr. Adam Gower and Tom McKeon, Principal and Chief Investment Officer at Clothier Springs Capital Management
 
On WCRI's Festival Series this week we visit The Gilmore International Keyboard Festival. In 1989, trustees of the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation of Kalamazoo, Michigan, announced plans to honor the memory of Irving S. Gilmore, a local businessman and philanthropist, by creating some of the most unique and significant awards for pianists anywhere in …
 
Ms. Lori Robishaw, the Executive Director of The La Grua Center, is the special guest on the program. With Lori in her Connecticut home, we remotely talk about the season that has been changed because of the virus shutdown, about the future, and listen to some of the music that has been presented there. For more information you can go to www.lagrua…
 
Sophie and Ellie tell the story of how America got its independence from Britain thanks to the Battle of Yorktown in 1781. We hear the different sides of the arguments that led to war between Britain and her American colonists. The war is stalemated. But the French join the war. The war culminated in the Battle of Yorktown. We feel the excitement o…
 
History is riddled with bizarre stories of flexes — things people of the past thought were somehow impressive at time. The Ridiculous Historians are fascinated by these strange stories, as are their friends at The Daily Zeitgeist. Join Ben and Noel as they welcome returning guests Jack O'Brien and Miles Gray, hosts of The Daily Zeitgeist, to explor…
 
The Doc invites The Bones of JR Jones on the program. The two talk about managing a career through quarantine, the great eating spots in the Catskills Mountains, playing the blues, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Waits, and much much more! Listen now!Monologue: 0:22Birthday Suit 1: 11:15Ripped from the headlines: 15:23The Bones of JR Jones - The Heat: 33:01…
 
History is riddled with bizarre stories of flexes — things people of the past thought were somehow impressive at time. The Ridiculous Historians are fascinated by these strange stories, as are their friends at The Daily Zeitgeist. Join Ben and Noel as they welcome returning guests Jack O'Brien and Miles Gray, hosts of The Daily Zeitgeist, to explor…
 
Today, Curious George is a world-famous star of children's books -- but back in the day, his name was Fifi, and his creators, the Rey couple, were desperate to flee France as Nazi forces pushed ever closer to Paris. Tune in to learn how Curious George saved his own creators not once, not twice, but three separate times. Learn more about your ad-cho…
 
In the second part of The Game is Afoot, Rebecca Rideal and Mark Gatiss investigate some of the most notorious crimes of the twentieth century - from Neville Heath to Rillington Place. Written and narrated by Rebecca Rideal Producer/ Editor: Matt Pearson Theme music: "Circles" by The Broxton HundredBy killingtimepodcast
 
In the first part of this two part special, Rebecca Rideal is joined by actor and screenwriter Mark Gatiss to explore the cultural history of crime - from Sherlock Holmes and the birth of forensic science to literary archetypes and Victorian poisoners. Written and narrated by Rebecca Rideal Producer/Editor Matt Pearson Theme music: "Circles" by The…
 
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