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Glenn Robison’s weekly, hour-long radio program of “toe-tapping music from rapidly rotating 78 RPM records of the 1920s and 30s” broadcast Sunday evenings at 6 on KISL 88.7 FM, Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, California.
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This show is inspired by the writings of H.P. Lovecraft and his Cthulhu Mythos. You will hear readings of his works, and horror or ghost stories by other authors. The Lovecraft "period" is primarily the 1920's and you will also hear history and music from that period. The aim is to provide anything appropriate to that time frame. However anything "Lovecraft" like or spooky is likely to appear on this show. You are invited to contribute your stories!
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From the Norman Invasion to the War of Independence, the Irish History Podcast brings you on a journey through the most fascinating stories in Ireland's past. Whether it’s the siege of Dublin in 1171 or gun battles in the 1920s, the podcast vividly recreates a sense of time and place. Each episode is meticulously researched creating character driven narratives that are engaging and accessible for all. Since the first episode was released back in 2010, the podcast has covered scores of fascin ...
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Host: Sophia Learnahan Alice Paul: Damaris Tellez Josephine Jewell Dodge: Mary Kolodziejski Cover art photo provided by Matt Power on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@thisispower
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HTDS is a bi-weekly podcast, delivering a legit, seriously researched, hard-hitting survey of American history through entertaining stories. To keep up with History That Doesn’t Suck news, check us out on Facebook and Instagram: @Historythatdoesntsuck; on Twitter: @HTDSpod; or online at htdspodcast.com. Support the podcast at Patreon.com/historythatdoesntsuck.
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Dark Fantasy Stories translated and read by Joe Bandel. Newly translated stories by German authors like Hanns Heinz Ewers, Karl Hans Strobl, Leonhard Stein and many others. Each week will feature a different short story. These stories span the time period of German decadence (1890s-1920s). They include horror, Sci-Fi and dark fantasy in general. All stories copyright Joe E. Bandel. Bandel Books Online
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One True Podcast

Mark Cirino and Michael Von Cannon

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One True Podcast explores all things related to Hemingway, his work, and his world. The show is hosted by Mark Cirino and produced by Michael Von Cannon. Join us in conversation with scholars, artists, political leaders, and other luminaries. For more, follow us on Twitter @1truepod. You can also email us at 1truepod@gmail.com.
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The Radioplay Hour

The Drama Merchant

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From the 1920s to 1950s, sitting around the radio – or wireless as some called it – to take in a popular series or variety programs was a family ritual…. Join The Drama Merchant and his cast as they bring back the listening experience, and fuel the imagination with recreations of old radio drama's with live sound effects, interviews, historical news updates, some times old ads and local musical talent in the guise of The Radioplay Hour!
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“The Flamethrowers” captures the punch-you-in-the-mouth energy and sound of right-wing talk radio. Host Justin Ling takes us from the fringe preachers and conspiracy peddlers of the 1920s to the political firestorm that rages today. With humour and candour, Ling examines the appeal of broadcasters like Rush Limbaugh, who found a sleeping audience, radicalized it, and became an accidental kingmaker — culminating in the election of Donald Trump.
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The Roaring Trainers

The Roaring Trainers

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A Pokemon-inspired tabletop roleplaying game based in 1920s' Kanto. Organized crime and political unrest is plaguing the region. In a region in chaos, who will bring the region back into a peaceful era?
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A history podcast dedicated to examining the global history of the 1920s and 30s in order to explain the causes of World War II, both large and small. As you might imagine, there’s a lot of ground to cover just to contextualize how the conflict got so out of control. If you love historical deep-dives and play-by-plays of nations in way over their collective heads, this is the show for you. Best niche history podcast out there! PROTIP: If you’re a new listener and are hopelessly confused by m ...
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Listen to Classic Radio Shows From time passed by and let your imagination run wild. The Golden Age of Radio, also known as the old-time radio era, was an era of radio programming in which radio was the dominant electronic home entertainment medium. It began with the birth of commercial radio broadcasting in the early 1920s and lasted through the 1960s, when television gradually superseded radio as the medium of choice for scripted programming, variety and dramatic shows.
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The Detroit History Podcast

The Detroit History Podcast

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The Detroit History Podcast returns for Season Six with a menu of programs as diverse as wrestling, bebop jazz, and a failed automobile. We'll look at the life of The Sheik, who threw fire and terrorized fellow grapplers during his wrestling career, which peaked in the 1960s and beyond. We saw something different on the road while we prepped for Season Six: an Edsel, which was the biggest flop in automotive history when it was introduced in 1957. We wanted to know: how could the smart people ...
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Borgo Pass Horror Podcast

Jim Towns and Livio Merino

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Hosts Livio Merino from Kansas City and Jim Towns from Los Angeles humbly bring to you thorough, exciting, and fun reviews of all your vintage horror movie favorites. Our #1 focus, besides having a total blast talking about horror, is researching and delivering to the listeners little known and obscure facts about their favorite movies. The hosts have a special fondness for the Universal Studio films from the 1920's to the 1950's. This podcast is extremely interactive with the listeners thru ...
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Academy Vs Audience

Claire Bolton, Dan Gibbins, and Erin Weir

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Ever since 1928, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has handed out trophies to what it considered the best in film. Sometimes they were absolutely right, sometimes they were entirely wrong, sometimes they were so, so basic. But in all that time, audiences have had their own opinions, sometimes better, sometimes much worse. And sometimes, when the stars align or the fates allow, they even agree. Academy Vs Audience is a deep dive into Oscar history, revisiting film history from t ...
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The Wild Years

Nick Goulding

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Hemingway, Picasso, Scott & Zelda, Salvador Dali, Gertrude Stein, Cole Porter, Josephine Baker, and scores of other fascinating characters come to life as we explore 1920's Paris and the Lost Generation.
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Value investing is more than an investment strategy — it’s a fundamental way of thinking about finance. Value investing was developed in the 1920s at Columbia Business School by professors Benjamin Graham and David Dodd, MS ’21. The authors of the classic text, Security Analysis, Graham and Dodd were the very pioneers of their field and their security analysis principles provided the first rational basis for investment decisions. Despite the vast and volatile changes in the economy and secur ...
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Radio Drama

Humphrey Camardella Productions

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Classic Dramas achieved widespread popularity within a decade of its initial development in the 1920s. By the 1940s, it was a leading international popular entertainment.
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Hi, this is Hot Jazz guitarist recording artist George Cole. I’m super excited to announce my new podcast “The Hot Jazz Network”. With my 40 years of experience in the music business, we are going to get to the bottom of what Hot Jazz is and just as important, what it is not. Join me as we take an in person backstage look into all things Hot Jazz. I’ll be speaking with legendary performers, such as: big band leader, Vince Giordano; acoustic music legend, David Grisman; and great American son ...
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Welcome to Up Ship! The Airship History Podcast. I’m Nick Rogers and I will be your captain on this long-haul flight through the fascinating history of the most awe-inspiring and ethereal aircraft ever conceived – the airship. We will navigate from the earliest days of airships, through the violent days of the First World War into the Golden Age of the great airships of the 1920s and 30s, and beyond. We’ll fly around the world on the Graf Zeppelin, travel to the North Pole with Roald Amundse ...
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In 1929 F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote Ernest Hemingway that because his short stories now earned $4000 a pop he was "an old whore" who had "mastered the 40 positions" when "in her youth one was enough." But were the upwards of 180 stories he cranked out when not writing The Great Gatsby really the work of a literary prostitute selling out his talent for a fast buck? Kirk Curnutt and Robert Trogdon don't think so. Each episode they draw a random title from a hat and explore its place in Fitzgeral ...
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The Exploress

Kate J. Armstrong

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Join us as we time travel back through history, exploring the lives and stories of ladies of the past, from the everyday to the extraordinary, imagining what it might have been like to be them.
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King of the Egg Cream

Justin Bartha, Emil Stern, and Sigmund Stern

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Based on the incredible true story of Harry Dolowich, who grew up poor in New York City during the Great Depression and got rich hatching a scheme to take over the one industry that wasn't already controlled by the Mob -- the chocolate syrup industry. Harry's ambition, charm and gift of gab can only take him so far when it turns out being a syrup racketeer ain't as sweet as it sounds. With a killer cast, including Justin Bartha, Lewis Black, Ari Graynor, Michael Stuhlbarg, Bobby Cannavale, M ...
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Muggsy Spanier was a mainstay on the Chicago jazz scene in the 1920's - influenced primarily by King Oliver and Louis Armstrong, he remained true to his style for the rest of his career. Here are some of his first recordings, with the Bucktown Five and Stomp Six (with Volly De Faut on clarinet, Mel Stitzel on piano and Ben Pollack on drums), the Da…
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This week: The upcoming elections in Great Britain, the impact of the EU Parliamentary elections, and Donald Trump's leaked shortlist of possible running mates. Dr. Larry P. Arnn, Hillsdale College president, joins Hugh Hewitt on the Hillsdale Dialogues. Release date: 14 June 2024 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Going on-air from 1952 to 1953, the Best Plays was an NBC Radio program that featured some of the most excellent theatric plays ever created. Some of the best ones featured were dramatic or comedic plays. John Chapman, New York Daily News' drama critic, served as the program's host. Listen to our radio station Old Time Radio https://link.radioking.…
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Going on-air from 1952 to 1953, the Best Plays was an NBC Radio program that featured some of the most excellent theatric plays ever created. Some of the best ones featured were dramatic or comedic plays. John Chapman, New York Daily News' drama critic, served as the program's host. Listen to our radio station Old Time Radio https://link.radioking.…
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In today's discussion, Jonathan Knee, a distinguished advisor at Evercore Partners and Professor of Professional Practice of Media and Technology at Columbia Business School, explores the themes of his influential work, "The Platform Delusion." Jonathan's insights stem from a rich career in both the banking and academic sectors, bringing a nuanced …
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Guests: Wilfred McClay, Scott Walter, & Jordan Hintz Host Scot Bertram talks with Wilfred McClay, the Victor Davis Hanson chair in Classical History and Western Civilization at Hillsdale College, about major events during the Cold War as featured in the “All Thoughts and Things Were Split” chapter in his book Land of Hope: An Invitation to the Grea…
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Famous Escapes was a captivating radio series produced in Australia around 1945. The show delved into some of the most daring escapes in history, featuring remarkable characters who managed to break free from seemingly impossible situations. Here are a few intriguing episodes from the series: 1. “The Man They Couldn’t Hang”: This episode recounts t…
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Famous Escapes was a captivating radio series produced in Australia around 1945. The show delved into some of the most daring escapes in history, featuring remarkable characters who managed to break free from seemingly impossible situations. Here are a few intriguing episodes from the series: 1. “The Man They Couldn’t Hang”: This episode recounts t…
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Famous Escapes was a captivating radio series produced in Australia around 1945. The show delved into some of the most daring escapes in history, featuring remarkable characters who managed to break free from seemingly impossible situations. Here are a few intriguing episodes from the series: 1. “The Man They Couldn’t Hang”: This episode recounts t…
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Famous Escapes was a captivating radio series produced in Australia around 1945. The show delved into some of the most daring escapes in history, featuring remarkable characters who managed to break free from seemingly impossible situations. Here are a few intriguing episodes from the series: 1. “The Man They Couldn’t Hang”: This episode recounts t…
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Famous Escapes was a captivating radio series produced in Australia around 1945. The show delved into some of the most daring escapes in history, featuring remarkable characters who managed to break free from seemingly impossible situations. Here are a few intriguing episodes from the series: 1. “The Man They Couldn’t Hang”: This episode recounts t…
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Famous Escapes was a captivating radio series produced in Australia around 1945. The show delved into some of the most daring escapes in history, featuring remarkable characters who managed to break free from seemingly impossible situations. Here are a few intriguing episodes from the series: 1. “The Man They Couldn’t Hang”: This episode recounts t…
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Famous Escapes was a captivating radio series produced in Australia around 1945. The show delved into some of the most daring escapes in history, featuring remarkable characters who managed to break free from seemingly impossible situations. Here are a few intriguing episodes from the series: 1. “The Man They Couldn’t Hang”: This episode recounts t…
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Famous Escapes was a captivating radio series produced in Australia around 1945. The show delved into some of the most daring escapes in history, featuring remarkable characters who managed to break free from seemingly impossible situations. Here are a few intriguing episodes from the series: 1. “The Man They Couldn’t Hang”: This episode recounts t…
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It's 1982, and the rift between Academy and Audience grows ever farther. The (many) Oscars go to Richard Attenborough's lengthy biopic Gandhi, bringing you the greatest hits of Mohandas-then-Mahatma Gandhi, managing to fill over three hours of runtime with few insights beyond "Gandhi: Nifty." Meanwhile Steven Spielberg re-conquered Hollywood with t…
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A World Away: Tom Martilotti, ’67 Hillsdale College was only 100 or so miles from his east-side Detroit home, but to Tom Martilotti from the class of 1967, it was almost a world away. The son of Italian immigrants came to Hillsdale as a walk-on football player and eventually earned a scholarship. A former high school teacher and coach, he later sta…
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Famous Escapes was a captivating radio series produced in Australia around 1945. The show delved into some of the most daring escapes in history, featuring remarkable characters who managed to break free from seemingly impossible situations. Here are a few intriguing episodes from the series: 1. “The Man They Couldn’t Hang”: This episode recounts t…
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In Part One of a four-episode series on The Larry Arnn Show, “The Clerics: Christianity in America,” Hillsdale College President Larry P. Arnn interviews Bishop Julian Dobbs, the Diocesan Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the Living Word. The two discuss the history of Anglicanism, the role of Christianity in the United States, living as a bold Chr…
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Famous Escapes was a captivating radio series produced in Australia around 1945. The show delved into some of the most daring escapes in history, featuring remarkable characters who managed to break free from seemingly impossible situations. Here are a few intriguing episodes from the series: 1. “The Man They Couldn’t Hang”: This episode recounts t…
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Famous Escapes was a captivating radio series produced in Australia around 1945. The show delved into some of the most daring escapes in history, featuring remarkable characters who managed to break free from seemingly impossible situations. Here are a few intriguing episodes from the series: 1. “The Man They Couldn’t Hang”: This episode recounts t…
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On this episode of The Hillsdale College Online Courses Podcast, Jeremiah and Juan introduce the course "The American Left: From Liberalism to Despotism". American politics have drastically transformed over the last few decades as a ruling elite has emerged that, despite being from different parties, largely shares radical ideologies centered aroun…
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Immensely influential British big band from the mid 1940's through the 1960's, Ted Heath and His Music was just finding its way in the middle 1940's. Featuring soloists like Kenny Baker on trumpet, Harry Roche and Jackie Armstrong on trombone, Reg Owen on clarinet, Les Gilbert on alto, Johnnie Gray on tenor and a rhythm section of Norman Stenfalt o…
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Throughout history, bread has consistently been one of the most popular foods across the world. For two centuries, Ireland was an exception. Indeed, by the early 19th century, some communities in the west of Ireland had lost all knowledge of how to bake bread. This was down to the remarkable history of the potato in Ireland. Our ancestors had an in…
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