Best Civil podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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A history podcast in which we weave together a chronological narrative of the Civil War era. Visit us at www.civilwarpodcast.org
 
For history lovers who listen to podcasts, History Unplugged is the most comprehensive show of its kind. It's the only show that dedicates episodes to both interviewing experts and answering questions from its audience. First, it features a call-in show where you can ask our resident historian (Scott Rank, PhD) absolutely anything (What was it like to be a Turkish sultan with four wives and twelve concubines? If you were sent back in time, how would you kill Hitler?). Second, it features lon ...
 
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Civil War Audio
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The American Civil War.This podcast provides serialized audio books concerning the American Civil War and the its events. These books will include fiction and non-fiction works such memoirs and novels. The companion website at http://civilwar.builtwithflash.com also provides songs from Civil War times. In addition, some Civil War-themed puzzles are also available.Produced by Civil War Audio -June 2010 - - Read by John A Bruzas.
 
Civil War Chronicles provides insights into the battles, strategies & leaders. Lectures and Audio narration illustrate Civil War Times, both by audio and video podcast. Civil War Chronicles provides insights into the epic conflict that divided the nation for four tragic years.
 
The Civil Engineering Podcast provides engineering career advice and success stories specifically for civil engineers. Civil engineers Anthony Fasano, PE and Christian Knutson, PE host the show and showcase civil engineering projects and professional
 
Compilation of American Civil War related poems and short works of literature. Summary by Bill2147
 
CWTR is a weekly, hour long, intenet-based talk radio show hosted by Gerry Prokopowicz of East Carolina University. Each week, Gerry interviews leading historians, authors, enthusiasts, etc. on all things Civil War related.
 
Civil Discourse is the most informative Progressive Radio Show in Wisconsin. A grassroots radio program featuring Senator Peter Bear and Eric Brant. 30 years separate these two co-hosts, offering a unique dynamic to the program. Learn about current events from a historical angle. Hear from state senators, representatives, local politicians, activists, and historians to better understand our current political environment. Gain a better understanding of how political decisions affect everyday ...
 
A podcast on the Syrian Civil War from Daraa to Falujah.
 
This is Beyond CAD, a show discussing the future of engineering and construction including 3D visualization, building information modeling, UAVs and Drones, virtual reality, real-time game engines and more. This is also the story of how I moved beyond CAD and started Civil FX, a company that provides 3D visualization and other services for transportation, construction and other civil engineering projects.
 
Keep it Civil, the biweekly engineering podcast from UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, explores the fascinating and diverse world of engineering. We sit down with top engineers from UCL and beyond to discuss some amazing projects tackling real-world problems and shine a light on aspects of engineering science that may not have been on your radar. http://www.cege.ucl.ac.ukBanner image: Pointcloud of La Cotte de St Brelade, Jersey, by Charles Thomson, 3DIMPact Research Group (He ...
 
Professor David Blight. Open Yale Courses. The causes, course, and consequences of the American Civil War, from the 1840s to 1877. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
True stories, told live before an audience, from Civil Beat journalists, other Hawaii residents and visitors. These stories, both moving and humorous, bring you into the hidden heart of the 50th state.
 
Each week since October 2004, host Gerald Prokopowicz and a guest discuss the various aspects of Civil War History. Each show consists of an hour long conversation with guests from the very well known historians James McPherson, Doris Kearns Goodwin and Gary Gallagher to mention a few. Gerald also speaks with artists such as Don Troiani, filmmakers Ken Burns, re-enactors Rob Hodge, novelists Jeff Shaara, curators, game designers, children’s authors, collectors, and others. In addition to wel ...
 
A major emergency affecting a large number of people may occur anytime and anywhere. It may be a peacetime disaster such as a flood, tornado, fire, hurricane, blizzard or earthquake. It could be an enemy nuclear attack on the United States. In any type of general disaster, lives can be saved if people are prepared for the emergency, and know what actions to take when it occurs. This handbook, "In Time of Emergency" (1968), contains basic general information on both nuclear attack and major n ...
 
A discussion of the most important current events in law and legal scholarship produced by the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review (CR-CL), the nation’s leading progressive law journal. CR-CL was founded in 1966 as an instrument to advance personal freedoms and human dignities, and seeks to catalyze progressive thought and dialogue through the promotion of innovative legal perspectives.
 
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Civil Tudomány
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A Lokátor és a Feltalált Tárgyak Osztálya a Civil Rádió tudományos ismeretterjesztő műsora
 
Host Chad Blair dives into the biggest stories of the week and what they mean for the people of Hawaii. He's joined by Civil Beat reporters who share their insights on issues they cover. Guests often include public officials, civic leaders and members of the community for a roundtable discussion on the hottest topics in Hawaii.
 
CWTR is a weekly, hour long, intenet-based talk radio show hosted by Gerry Prokopowicz of East Carolina University. Each week, Gerry interviews leading historians, authors, enthusiasts, etc. on all things Civil War related.
 
While students are probably told Civil Rights marchers sang We Shall Overcome, there is not much focus on the import role music played in the fight to secure equal rights for African-Americans. This series tells three important stories about the role of music on the road to equality.
 
From the archives of My History Can Beat Up Your Politics, A podcast that takes a deep look at the American Civil War
 
Landmark United States Supreme Court decisions focusing on civil rights and equal protection between 1856 and 1948.
 
Recollections of the Civil War records the events that took place during the American Civil war. It forms one of the most remarkable volumes of historical, political, and personal reminiscences which have been given to the public. Mr. Dana wrote these Recollections of the civil war according to a purpose which he had entertained for several years. They were completed only a few months before his death on October 17, 1897. Go to the e-book on this book's catalog page for some great illustrati ...
 
Civil Engineering for the people of Nepali origin. We discuss the current issues in civil engineering in Nepali and English languages.
 
This podcast was developed as part of an elementary-level Clark County School District Teaching American History Grant. The three-year grant will fund six modules per year with each module focusing on a different era of American history and a different pedagogical theme. This podcast focuses on the the Civil War Era and Digital Storytelling. Participants in the grant are third, fourth, and fifth grade teachers in Clark County (the greater Las Vegas area), Nevada. Teaching scholars include Dr ...
 
Taking on injustices, 90 seconds at a time! The Civil Liberties Minute™ podcasts--with attorney Bill Newman, director of the ACLU's western Massachusetts office--highlight threats to our civil liberties and what you can do to protect our freedoms.
 
Civil Disobedience (Resistance to Civil Government) is an essay by American transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau that was first published in 1849. In it, Thoreau argues that individuals should not permit governments to overrule or atrophy their consciences, and that they have a duty to avoid allowing such acquiescence to enable the government to make them the agents of injustice. Thoreau was motivated in part by his disgust with slavery and the Mexican–American War.
 
Each week since October 2004, host Gerald Prokopowicz and a guest discuss the various aspects of Civil War History. Each show consists of an hour long conversation with guests from the very well known historians James McPherson, Doris Kearns Goodwin and Gary Gallagher to mention a few. Gerald also speaks with artists such as Don Troiani, filmmakers Ken Burns, re-enactors Rob Hodge, novelists Jeff Shaara, curators, game designers, children’s authors, collectors, and others. In addition to wel ...
 
Hosted by Antonio Elmaleh, the author of the acclaimed novel The Ones They Left Behind, “Uncovering the Civil War” brings to life interesting, little-known, or even unknown, facts about the Civil War, and how people, places, and events during the Civil War impact our lives today."Uncovering the Civil War” is especially created for anyone interested in American history, the Civil War/Reconstruction, educators, and students. Our goal is to get a “Wow! I never knew that! They didn’t teach us th ...
 
Books 1 and 2. Leviathan, or The Matter, Forme and Power of a Common Wealth Ecclesiasticall and Civil is a book written in 1651 by Thomas Hobbes. The book concerns the structure of society (as represented figuratively by the frontispiece, showing the state giant made up of individuals). In the book, Hobbes argues for a social contract and rule by a sovereign. Influenced by the English Civil War, Hobbes wrote that chaos or civil war – situations identified with a state of nature and the famou ...
 
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Civil Beat: Podcast
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Our podcasts take listeners out of the newsroom and into the community for a close-up look at local issues and the people who are affected by them. Take a trip with our reporters and editors as your guide and discover a side of Hawaii you might be surprised to hear about.
 
CADORS is Transport Canada's Civil Aviation Daily Occurrence Reporting System. In this podcast we discuss some of those reports to learn how to be safer pilots, mechanics, and air traffic service providers. Each episode focuses on one aerodrome in Canada. The podcast is provided by CADORS.CA, not by Transport Canada or any other government agency.
 
At the outset of the American Civil War, [the writer Ambrose] Bierce enlisted in the Union Army's 9th Indiana Infantry Regiment....In February 1862 he was commissioned First Lieutenant, and served on the staff of General William Babcock Hazen as a topographical engineer, making maps of likely battlefields. Bierce fought at the Battle of Shiloh (April 1862), a terrifying experience that became a source for several later short stories and the memoir, "What I Saw of Shiloh". In June 1864, he su ...
 
The AF Civil Engineer Resource Management Training channel supports workforce development and organizational effectiveness by providing resources from recent virtual conference training opportunities.
 
Civil Disobedience is an essay by Henry David Thoreau. Published in 1849 under the title Resistance to Civil Government, it expressed Thoreau’s belief that people should not allow governments to overrule or atrophy their consciences, and that people have a duty both to avoid doing injustice directly and to avoid allowing their acquiescence to enable the government to make them the agents of injustice. Thoreau was motivated in part by his disgust with slavery and the Mexican-American War. (Su ...
 
Follow Antietam Anthologies' Civil War Podcast to hear fully researched and documented discoveries about the Battle of Antietam, the discovery of dead Union and Confederate Female Soldiers, and the burial of the dead. .
 
History is, indeed, a story. With his unique voice and engaging delivery, historian and veteran storyteller Fred Kiger will help the compelling stories of the American Civil War come alive in each and every episode. Filled with momentous issues and repercussions that still resonate with us today, this series will feature events and people from that period and will strive to make you feel as if you were there.
 
Dr. Gary North sets out the biblical view of crime and punishment in this title. Too often in modern legal proceedings the victim is punished more severely than the criminal. The case law of Scripture provides a workable antidote to modern injustice in our courts of law. The 17 chapters of this 300-page book are an extract and expansion of material found in North’s colossal Tools of Dominion. Here North sets out the biblical view of crime and punishment, arguing that in all cases biblical la ...
 
Held in the last year of the national commemoration of the Civil War Sesquicentennial, leading historians offer fresh perspectives on the turbulent conclusion of the conflict. Speakers discuss prominent political and military leaders, Abraham Lincoln’s assassination, and other episodes that helped bring peace but also foreshadowed a troubled reunion for the nation.
 
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Civil Politics
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Promoting comity through civil political discussion and debate. Broadcast Fridays at 7pm EST on Valley Free Radio WXOJ-LP, 103.3FM. Streaming on Valleyfreeradio.org
 
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Civil Discourse
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Discussions and interviews that bring mindfulness into our lives, culture and politics. Hosted by Jayme Wojciechowski and Marilyn Brown.
 
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Keeping It Civil 
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Keeping it Civil with Karen will bring you breaking stories in the hip hop industry & interviews with some of today’s biggest stars.
 
Civil Rights Investigations Under the Workforce Investment Act and Other Title VI-Related Laws by Seena K. Foster Do you work in federally-funded programs and activities? If so, “Equal Opportunity is The Law” in delivering services, aid, training, and benefits and this book is a must-have resource for you.
 
In this podcast, we will be talking about technologies used in the Civil War that helped soldiers communicate.
 
Civil Rights Movement and about the Civil rights
 
ivil Disobedience (Resistance to Civil Government) is an essay by American transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau that was first published in 1849. In it, Thoreau argues that individuals should not permit governments to overrule or atrophy their consciences, and that they have a duty to avoid allowing such acquiescence to enable the government to make them the agents of injustice. Thoreau was motivated in part by his disgust with slavery and the Mexican–American War. (Summary by Wikipedia)
 
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When asked “what is slavery,” most Americans or Westerners would respond with a description of an African slave in the antebellum South, picking cotton and suffering under the whip of a cruel master. But if you asked an Irishman in 1650, he would have answered differently. He would recount the horrors of Barbary Muslim pirates invading the town ...…
 
About this episode: In the first months after war began, both North and South mobilized. Men were needed to fill the ranks. In the North, the 16th President, Abraham Lincoln, called for 75,000 three-month volunteers. Seeking excitement, adventure and certain this would be a short war, they came en masse. To them, politicians and the press, the ...…
 
In episode 90 of The Civil Engineering Podcast, I talk with Joseph Barker, PE, PTOE, a licensed Professional Engineer and Traffic Operations Engineer from Stantec. We discuss the topic of diversity and why firms should embrace diversity for engineers which provides inspiration and typically leads to them being happier and more productive in the ...…
 
The Democratic state senator speaks about formative lifetime experiences that shaped her as she now seeks higher office.
 
America has a strange relationship with alcohol. Certain drinks represented the darkest parts of the national psyche. Rum was once associated with slavery because sugar cane plantations that made rum were only profitable with chattel slavery. Whisky and hard cider were omnipresent in the 19th century, turning able-bodied men into drunkards who ...…
 
Our intrepid Engineer takes over hosting duties... We're joined by frequent guest of the show, Stacey Cooney from the science show Evidence Based! Further Reading: You'll Hate This Post On Brett Kavanaugh And Free Speech - http://bit.ly/2LlrvAt Sherman Antitrust Act - http://bit.ly/2zGlRry The Pace of Modern Life (XKCD) - https://xkcd.com/1227 ...…
 
Author | Narrator Gary North | Jason Sanchez See the other chapters Stream/Download The post Victims Rights: Chapter 11 – Protecting the Victims appeared first on Reconstructionist Radio Reformed Podcast Network.
 
Welcome to an anthology episode where I ask six short questions about the Middle Ages from you, the listener. Here they are in order of appearance: What Did People Eat in the Middle Ages? How Did You Conquer a Castle? Could You Tell Me About Harold Hardrada? Why is Thomas Becket Still So Important Did Rome Fall Because Christianity Made it Soft ...…
 
Cable news pundits tell you everything is “breaking news.” TV pundits discuss politics in a vacuum. But in nearly every case, the politics of today have long roots in history. This includes media celebrities winning elections by manipulating the press and lobbing gross insults (Huey Long in the 1920s), breakdowns in the relationship between the ...…
 
In episode 89 of The Civil Engineering Podcast, I talk with Nicholas (Nick) DeNichilo P.E., President and CEO of Mott MacDonald North America. Our conversation focused mostly on why civil engineering CEOs need to focus on people and the effect that doing so can have on you in your career and life. Here are some of […] The post TCEP 089: Why Civ ...…
 
In which we continue to tell the story of the Battle of Stones River, which took place outside of Murfreesboro, Tennessee from December 31, 1862 to January 2, 1863.
 
Jayme & Marilyn discuss the difference between patriotism and nationalism, as well as the role mindfulness can play in civil disobedience.
 
The © symbol (or "Copyright") is a completely forgettable character ignored by all but lawyers. It is buried at the bottom of legal notices that your brain reflexively skips over. But this little symbol represents a war that has raged for centuries between authorities that want to restrict dangerous information, publishers that want to profit b ...…
 
A century-long blood feud between two Cherokee chiefs shaped the history of the Cherokee tribe far more than anyone, even the reviled President Andrew Jackson. They were John Ross and the Ridge. Today I'm talking with John Sedgwick about the fall of the Cherokee Nation due to the clash of these two figures. The Ridge (1771–1839)—or He Who Walks ...…
 
In which we look at the start of the Confederate attack on the morning of December 31, 1862 at the Battle of Stones River.
 
Further Reading: Ahead of elections, Mexicans say they want change, a stop to violence - https://nbcnews.to/2tFhLKv Congress heads home without passing immigration bill - https://abcn.ws/2NaJE5y Flight Attendants Want No Part in Separating Immigrant Children From Parents - https://slate.me/2tErIbe Democrat Tahirah Amatul-Wadud, challenging US R ...…
 
Norman Borlaug and Robert Noyce aren't household names. But these two Iowans influenced the 20th century more than anyone else on Planet Earth. Borlaug created drought and disease-resistant varieties of wheat that thrived in poor soils throughout the planet. Because of him, billions in the developing world avoided starvation (they probably only ...…
 
Jayme & Marilyn discuss the power of empathy to bring more mindfulness into our lives, culture and politics.
 
Learn how to get access to bonus episodes of History Unplugged (including a multi-part series on Audie Murphy, the most decorated soldier in WW2), the entire History Unplugged back catalogue, and even shout-outs at the end of each episode. Learn more by going to https://patreon.com/unplugged
 
What happened to Jews after they were liberated from concentration camps? Some tried to return to their homes, only to find them occupied by neighbors who thought them dead and refused to give up their new dwellings. Others went on to build lives in the United States, but never truly found a place to call home. They wanted to tell their new com ...…
 
Join us as we uncover one of the most fascinating friendships between two well-known Americans: Mark Twain and Ulysses S. Grant. By the summer of 1884, Grant was broke and secretly dying of esophageal cancer. Worried about leaving his family destitute, he decided to write his memoirs at the urging of Mark Twain, who offered to publish them and ...…
 
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