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The Let’s Go To Court podcast brings together two of the greatest legal minds of our time. Just kidding. We’re your hosts Brandi Egan and Kristin Caruso. What we lack in legal training we more than make up for in being completely obsessed with lawsuits. Every week, we discuss two juicy legal battles. Each episode is peppered with Brandi’s booming laugh and Kristin’s Olympic-level talent for putting the word “so” into every sentence. The podcast started in 2018, but we’ve been having these co ...
 
Chef David Chang and the members of the Recipe Club sift through millions of search results to find the very best way to make the food you want to eat (subjectively speaking, of course). From BLTs to fried rice to Caesar salads, Chang and friends are determined to cut through the noise. Each week, they cook three recipes for the same dish, debate them, and ultimately declare the winning recipe. At least, that’s how it’s supposed to go...
 
You'll grow an addiction to this Audio Caffeine! #JuliTunzZzRadio comes in as a bi-monthly dosage of the grooviest transitions & House TunzZz available, broadcasted across the globe. Setting records within the Electronic Dance Music community by holding the #1 spot under the Music Podcast category in 2018, Julio Caezar continues to rock the house as a source of music discovery for ravers and DJs alike! Visit the website for playlists, free downloads, merch, personal blogs & more.
 
Commentarii de Bello Gallico (English: Commentaries on the Gallic War) is Julius Caesar's firsthand account of the Gallic Wars, written as a third-person narrative. In it Caesar describes the battles and intrigues that took place in the nine years he spent fighting local armies in Gaul that opposed Roman domination.The work has been a mainstay in the teaching of Latin to schoolchildren, its simple, direct prose lending itself to that purpose. It begins with the frequently quoted phrase "Gall ...
 
In the Everyday Disciple Podcast we'll show you (in about 30 minutes per episode) how the good news of the Gospel, and our Christian faith, can naturally and confidently be woven into any and every area of life. Think discipleship and missional living made simple. Each episode is pretty fast-paced, and even though it's serious stuff, it can be funny too. We always wrap up with clear action steps for you to take away in the "Big 3".
 
The AIQ podcast (Antiquity in Question) is an academic podcast on the topic of ancient history. It's goal is to combine an academic approach to topics of the ancient world whilst still being interesting and fun for listeners who know little about history. The AIQ podcast covers topics such as the Romans, classical Greece and important figures in history like Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar. You will listen to and be immersed into the fascinating world of Empires, Leaders and the comple ...
 
Stories from the chaotic frontier between Rome and the "Barbarians" that became Europe's fault line. We chart the rise of the Roman Empire, it's fall in the West, and the reverberations that led to centuries of conflict between France and Germany.
 
Anyone who has achieved greatness has, in part, patterned themselves after those who came before. Napoleon learned from Charlemagne, Charlemagne learned from Caesar, and Caesar learned from Alexander the Great. This podcast analyzes the lives of some of the greatest men and women to ever live. By examining their strategies, tactics, mindset, and work habits, How to Take Over the World helps you understand the great ones, so that you can follow in their footsteps.
 
People are seeing something in the woods and there are too many reports for this to be ignored. Join us every Sunday night as we discuss recent Sasquatch sightings, encounters and talk to Bigfoot eye witnesses. Listen as we speak with researchers, witnesses and investigators to unravel the mystery of Bigfoot. Every week we will also bring you the latest Bigfoot news and information. Additional episodes and exclusive content can be found on our website www.sasquatchchronicles.com. Become a Me ...
 
David Hume is one of the great philosophers of the Western intellectual tradition. His philosophical writings earned him lasting fame and renown; his historical writing earned his bread and butter. His "The History of England from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution of 1688", published between 1754 and 1764, was immensely popular and Hume wrote that "the copy-money given me by the booksellers much exceeded any thing formerly known in England; I was become not only independent, bu ...
 
The Twelve Caesars is a set of twelve biographies of Julius Caesar and the first 11 emperors of the Roman Empire. The work was written in 121 during the reign of the emperor Hadrian, while Suetonius was Hadrian’s personal secretary. On the Life of the Caesars concentrates on the acts and personalities of the Julio-Claudians and their immediate successors. Together with Tacitus’ Annals, this work is a major source for the historical details in Robert Graves’ novels “I Claudius” and “Claudius ...
 
A cultural and political history of the Middle East and North Africa, from the ancient centuries of Caesar and Cleopatra in Alexandria (Egypt) to the empires of the medieval and early modern worlds (Umayyads, Abbasids, Ottomans, Safavids) to the transition from empires to nations and the politics of the 2000s. Biographies, book reviews, readings of newspaper articles and op-eds, interviews. Twitter: @profaliakhtar
 
Message to Kings is a history podcast dedicated to telling a chronological Biblical history of man. The primary focus will be the Biblical events and characters of history supported with historical references and external events. Combining a story-telling style with an historical focus, Message to Kings strives to incorporate spiritual concepts, parallels, prophecies and practical applications from history to our world today. website: messagetokings.com
 
Shakespeare was passionately interested in the history of Rome, as is evident from plays like Titus Andronicus, Julius Caesar, and Antony and Cleopatra. His tragedy Coriolanus was probably written around 1605-07, and dramatizes the rise and fall of a great Roman general, Caius Martius (later surnamed Coriolanus because of his military victory at Corioli). This play is unusual in that it provides a strong voice for the ordinary citizens of Rome, who begin the play rioting about the high price ...
 
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This is the story of Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus. Known to us as Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus. Or just “Nero”. On this episode, we ask - how is it possible that a man tutored and guided by one of the most famous Stoic philosophers, Seneca, would end up with the reputation as one of history’s worst tyrants? The post Nero #1 – The Last OG…
 
It is a tale of two Caesars as we unite Bill Scurry (co-host of the ‘I Don’t Get It‘ podcast) and Victor H. Rodriguez (‘The Sound of Fear’) to discuss the brilliant TV mini-series adaptation of Robert Graves's classic novel, 'I, Claudius' Follow Bill Scurry on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WilliamScurry Subscribe to Bill Scurry’s YouTube Channel: ht…
 
Stephenie Woods was beyond exhausted. She’d just had a c-section a week earlier, when she gave birth to her daughter, Abby. So Stephanie laid down on her couch for a nap. Abby was asleep in her crib, and Stephanie’s one-year-old son, Conner, was in his playpen. Stephenie woke to a stranger at her door. The woman was Shannon Torrez. She told Stephen…
 
The Iran Hostage Crisis ended on this day in 1981, minutes after the inauguration of President Ronald Reagan. / On this day in 1839, the Battle of Yungay, the decisive battle of the War of the Confederation between Chile and the Peruvian-Bolivian Confederation, took place. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertis…
 
You know how hard it can be to change well-worn beliefs, habits, and patterns in life. And it's even harder to try and change others! As the Church today, like it or not, there are a lot of things changing and not everyone is happy about it, or sure where to start. In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, I am sharing Day 2 of the Everyday…
 
DO YOU MISS BANGING LIVE PERFORMANCES? ARE YOU DONE WITH 2020? Julio’s Season Finale performance will have you dancing/shuffling from beginning to finish. Hoping that you have a sick stereo system, or some amazing headphones, share the experience by listening to the episode AT THE SAME TIME with your friends/family. Disclaimer: Do not play this Sea…
 
The German ambassador to Mexico received a coded telegram from German Foreign Secretary Arthur Zimmerman on this day in 1917. / On this day in 1977, U.S. President Gerald Ford pardoned Iva Toguri D'Aquino, also known as Tokyo Rose. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
Gilles Garnier, the Werewolf of Dole, was convicted of lycanthropy on this day in 1573. / On this day in 1983, Jim Thorpe's Olympic medals were returned to his children, 70 years after they were stripped from him. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisersBy iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks
 
For a long time, the Church has majored in holding worship services and minored in discipleship and mission. Now that the Church has been scattered and faces an uncertain future, will we seize the opportunity to restore the balance? In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, I am sharing Day 1 of the Everyday Disciple Challenge – Future Chur…
 
When critiques are made of the military-industrial complex in the U.S., they usually come from left-wing thinkers. But Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, a lifelong Republican and career army officer, believes that military spending has become an ideological article of faith on the political Right. And it's both bankrupting America and making the world a dan…
 
Businessmen aided by U.S. troops overthrew Queen Lili'uokalani of Hawaii on this day in 1893. / On this day in 1794, Elizabeth Bennett underwent the first recorded successful C section in the U.S. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisersBy iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks
 
Looking to break up with 2020?!? Episode 107 is for you, and EVERYONE with the same sentiments. Collectively, we’ve made some societal and technological advancements, but the price we’ve paid has set a great number of the earthly population behind. In light of that, I want to dedicate this episode to letting go of 2020 and inviting the new year to …
 
The 18th Amendment to the U.S. constitution was ratified on this day in 1919, prohibiting the sale, manufacture and transport of alcohol. / On this day in 1362, Saint Marcellus’ flood, also known as Grote Mandrenke, hit the British Isles, the Netherlands, northern Germany, and Denmark Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podc…
 
Patrick writes "It was October 13th 2016. I was bow hunting in my deer blind outside of St Clair Missouri just off the meramec river. Times were tough. I had just gotten laid off and my older sister who's land I was hunting on had just lost her job and her husband was disabled so there was little money. I was hunting for food to feed us. I had been…
 
This is the story of Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus. Known to us as Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus. Or just “Nero”. On this episode, we ask - how is it possible that a man tutored and guided by one of the most famous Stoic philosophers, Seneca, would end up with the reputation as one of history’s worst tyrants? The post Nero #1 – The Last OG…
 
This is the story of Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus. Known to us as Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus. Or just “Nero”. On this episode, we ask - how is it possible that a man tutored and guided by one of the most famous Stoic philosophers, Seneca, would end up with the reputation as one of history’s worst tyrants? The post Nero #1 – The Last OG…
 
Deserts cover nearly one-third of the earth's landmass of the earth, but we're still unsure what to make of them. Sometimes we consider them empty wastelands, other times we see them as beautiful landscape. IDEAS producer Matthew Lazin-Ryder explores our historically complicated, and yet intimate, relationship with deserts. *Originally broadcast on…
 
George Wallace was inaugurated as governor of Alabama on this day in 1963, giving his infamous "Segregation Now, Segregation Forever" speech. / On this day in 1963, "The Bell Jar," the only novel poet Sylvia Plath wrote, was first published. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
This week we return to hear Aaron wrap the story of Iron Mike thus far. We find Mike as Champion in the late 80s before descending into imprisonment, addiction, infamy and a whole lot of wild partying before completely reinventing himself once again! The shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ProfilesPodcastMerch - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
In the first Book Club podcast of the year, we’re marking the moment that George Orwell comes out of copyright. I’m joined by two distinguished Orwellians — D. J. Taylor and Dorian Lynskey — to talk about how the left’s favourite Old Etonian speaks to us now, and how his reputation has weathered. Was he secretly a conservative? Was he a McCarthyite…
 
When Lloyd Gaines requested a course catalog from the University of Missouri’s School of Law, the registrar sent one right away. Later, when Lloyd applied to the school, university officials thought nothing of it. He was a qualified applicant. Then the university’s registrar received his undergraduate transcripts, and shit hit the fan. The transcri…
 
Video game stories keep getting longer and more involved. Is there a point when a video game has too much content, too many quests, and to vast a world? The sidequest burnout is real. Then we create a glitch in The Mushroom Kingdom. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
Because of the pandemic, restrictions on church gatherings will ultimately be measured in months or maybe years. No one knows for sure how or when this will resolve. And when things do re-open, it won’t be an instant, overnight return to unlimited gathering sizes. Our rhythms of life as the church have forever changed! In this episode of the Everyd…
 
The Nika Riots began in Constantinople on this day in 532. / On this day in 1874, a riot started in Tompkins Square Park in Manhattan after police overran a demonstration of thousands of unemployed people. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisersBy iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks
 
It's the new year, when we think back fondly on our favorite things and anticipate upcoming geekery. We chat about how we are starting off the new year, talk about future news and futuristic jobs, and discuss how our favorite things don't always hold up to the test of time aka the Goonies Effect. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.ihe…
 
As the wife to the Emperor and daughter of Germanicus, Agrippina had grown accustomed to being a voice of influence in Rome. When her son Nero takes the title this changes, and she struggles to have her voice heard. Part V of 'Empresses of Rome' Guest: Dr Emma Southon (Historian and author of Agrippina: Empress, Exile, Hustler, Whore).…
 
By now you're probably figuring out that the Coronavirus pandemic, and related social distancing, has produced more of a disruption than just a temporary interruption for your Church. In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar talks with church strategist and disciple-maker, Rob Wegner, about some positive (and not-so-positive) trends…
 
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