Best David Mosse podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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Daily highlights from Steve Wright's afternoon show on BBC Radio 2. Featuring chat with top showbiz guests.
Robert Elms
Robert Elms brings you the latest queries, notes and best bits from his BBC London show over the past seven days.
This is a combined feed which includes shows from across the History Hit Network. Including: Dan Snow's History Hit, Histories of the Unexpected, Art Detective, Chalke Valley History Hit. More shows coming soon. Follow us on Twitter/Facebook: @HistoryHit
Welcome to the "Speaking of Wealth" podcast showcasing profit strategies for speakers, publishers, authors, consultants, and info-marketers. Learn valuable skills to make your business more successful, more passive, more automated, and more scalable. Your host, Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and experts including; Dan Poynter (The Self-Publishing Manual), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Dan Millman (Way of the Peaceful Warrior) ...
Ghost Goal Podcast
On the Ghost Goal Podcast you can hear Andrew Passaro & Alex Moss talk about their favorite Premier League teams Liverpool & Chelsea. The guys also talk EPL headlines, give you a new player to pick up for your fantasy EPL team and give you a new team to check out on FIFA. Follow them on twitter and get involved more @AndrewPassaro & @asmoss92
The Bookshelf is a program for dedicated readers and those who wished they read more. What are we reading, loving, being surprised or challenged by? What’s new and what have you missed?
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Lenny talks about his BBC Four show Our Classical Century exploring Britain's love of classical music, Tim discusses his starring role in the Coen Brothers Western: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs and Sarah speaks about her album and tour Hymn.
On Armistice Sunday, Dan talks to Dan Todman about remembrance, and the ways in which we think about the events of the First World War. For more free World War One documentaries, visit History Hit TV. Producer: Natt Tapley
What happened on the last morning of the First World War, in the hours before the guns fell silent at 11:00? Dan talks to Paul Reed about how exactly you go about ending a four-year war, and the young men who didn't survive that last morning. To watch our collection of WWI documentaries for free, go to History Hit TV. Producer: Natt Tapley…
Dan Visits the First World War Theatre Project, an Arts and HUmanities Research Council project, to hear about what plays made it past the censors in World War One. To see a documentary including performances, watch Untold Stories of the First World War, for free, on History Hit TV. Producer: Natt Tapley Audio: Nathan Williams…
A conversation with Jean Moorcoft Wilson on the life of British war poet and novelist, Robert Graves; and a postscript on the life of writer and peace activist Vera Brittain.
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 159, originally published in July 2014. Scott Petinga is the Founder of Akquracy, which specializes in data driven marketing to better optimize leads and existing contacts. Petinga joins the show to explain how to better segment lists and use marketing correlations to boost revenue. Petinga discusses ...…
Dan talks to Jesse Ransley from the Maritime Archaeological Trust about some of the many fascinating First World War shipwrecks to be found in the waters around Britain. For more free WWI documentaries during Armistice week, visit HistoryHit.TV. Producer: Natt Tapley
Phill Jupitus is on the autumn leg of his Juplicity stand-up tour and Jonathan Ruffle talks about the final episodes of Radio 4's World War One series Tommies.
Robert speaks with rock photographer Denis O’Regan’s about his new book on David Bowie.
How has the First World War been fictionalised, in Australia, over the past century? And what about the Indian experience, with 1.5 million soldiers at war: has that story entered its popular imagination?
After the war, George V visited the Western Front in a small pilgrimage to pay homage to the dead. Charles Goodson-Wickes' grandfather, Frank Fox, travelled with the King to record this journey. Producer: Natt Tapley Audio: Peter Curry
Viola Davis chats about starring in the film Widows, Russell Howard talks about the second series of The Russell Howard Hour on Sky One and Respite - his upcoming world tour, and Sir Michael Morpurgo discusses War Horse which is returning to the National Theatre to mark the centenary of Armistice Day.…
During the First World War, many Chinese came to work as labourers on the Western Front, but their story is rarely told. Dan talks to Wenlang Peng about the impact of the Chinese Labour Corps, and what life was life for them. To see a documentary about the Chinese Labour Corps, visit our free World War I section on HistoryHit.TV. Producer: Natt ...…
The Manchester Derby is this weekend. Can Man Utd do anything to stop their noisy neighbors Manchester City? Andrew, Alex & Javier are back to briefly recap Arsenal-Liverpool and get you ready for another busy weekend of EPL action. Follow the guys@ghostgoalpod@andrewpassaro@asmoss92@Javiarev9
Jason Hartman talks with Ross Baird, President at Village Capital Group and author of The Innovation Blind Spot, about where all the startup money is going these days. Venture capital is flowing to tech and everyone's trying to hit a home run, not a bunch of singles. Ross discusses the danger of our current "winner take all" mentality, some opt ...…
Dan talks to the producers of a new documentary about a battalion cut off during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, Mark Fastoso and John King. You can see The Lost Battalion on HistoryHit.TV. Producer: Natt Tapley
Benedict Cumberbatch talks about being the voice of The Grinch in the new animated film, Sophie Hannah has an unusual book... How To Hold A Grudge: From Resentment To Contentment — The Power Of Grudges To Transform Your Life, and psychologist and geneticist Robert Plomin discusses his book Blueprint - How DNA Makes Us Who We Are.…
Carey's in Wildlife, Freddie asks 'Do you know what?' and The Proclaimers are touring.
Dan talks to academic ad Washington Post columnist Brian Klaas about how democracies decay, and what it looks like when they slide into authoritarian nationalism. Producer: Natt Tapley
Dan talks to Janet Booth, the grand-daughter of Harry Farr, who was shot for cowardice in October 1916. For one week, to commemorate the end of the First World War, all documentaries about World War I on History Hit TV are completely free. Click here to watch now. Producer: Natt Tapley Audio: Peter Curry…
Dan talks to Joshua Matz an Attorney and expert in American constitutional law. For more exclusive documentaries and interviews visit HistoryHit.TV. Producer: Natt Tapley Audio: Felix Maynard
Rob Heard created an incredibly-moving memorial to the Battle of the Somme. In the new podcast, Dan talks to him about his inspiration and what the work means to him. For more exclusive interviews and documentaries visit HistoryHit.TV! Producer: Natt Tapley Audio: Felix Maynard
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 126, originally published in December 2013. Adam Dince is the Head of Organic Search (SEO) at Deluxe Corp. He joins the show to discuss what small online businesses can offer that big businesses can't and how to better optimize keyword search. He also explains what teenagers can teach businesses abou ...…
On Andrew Miller's Now We Shall be Entirely Free, Anne Tyler's Clock Dance and Victor LaValle's The Changeling, with novelists Jane Rawson and John Tesarsch and literary academic David Ellison. (Speaking with Kate Evans on her lonesome this week, while Cassie McCullagh is away.)
Dan Snow meets Calder Walton for a martini and an overview of Russia's history of interference in foreign elections. For more exclusive interviews and documentaries sign up to HistoryHit.TV! Producer: Natt Tapley Audio: Felix Maynard
Keira's in the The Nutcracker And The Four Realms & Darcey and Graham discuss their books
Dr Sam Willis & Professor James Daybell discuss the unexpected history of Hallowe'en. For more exclusive history interviews and documentaries, subscribe to HistoryHit.TV. Producer: Natt Tapley Audio: Felix Maynard
Matchday 11 is upon us and features the first Arsenal-Liverpool matchup of the year. Alex, Javier & Andrew get you ready for another big EPL weekend as we enter the month of November.Follow the guys on twitter/insta @ghostgoalpod@andrewpassaro@asmoss92@javiarev9 (only instagram...smh)
Dan talks to Andrew Roberts about Winston Churchill, and gets exclusive access to Andrew's previously unseen material about the wartime Prime Minister. For more exclusive interviews and documentaries log onto HistoryHit.TV. Producer: Natt Tapley Audio: Felix Maynard and Kathrin Benoehr
With podcaster Richard, singer Steve and Nick & Simon discuss Slaughterhouse Rulez.
Comedian Tom's on tour and Roger chats about his autobiography.
Recorded LIVE in association with the British Academy, Dan talked to Dr Suzannah Lipscomb about the history of witchcraft... For more exclusive interviews and documentaries, visit HistoryHit.TV. Producer: Natt Tapley Audio: Felix Maynard
Episode 128 - The Pharaoh Returns to Form, Xhaka Feeling Left Back by Ghost Goal Podcast
Steve and the team chat to Gwilym Lee who plays Brian May in the Queen film 'Bohemian Rhapsody', Sue Perkins discusses her book 'East Of Croydon' and 'Crikey! It’s The Irwins' - Steve's family Terri, Bindi and Robert chat about their Animal Planet TV series.
Dan talks to Simon Sebag Montefiore about the letters that changed the course of history. For more exclusive interviews and documentaries please visit HistoryHit.TV! Producer: Natt Tapley Audio: Felix Maynard
In 1968 thousands of people took to the streets of London to protest the Vietnam War. In March, 200 protesters were arrested during clashes with the Police outside the American Embassy in Grosvenor Square. In October, 25,000 people assembled to protest the war again but, despite concerns, it did not escalate to the levels of unrest seen earlier ...…
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 132, originally published in January 2014. Paul Tobey is a digital marketing, data mining, SEO and social media expert. He's the CEO of Training Business Pros, which coaches executives in public speaking and consultation marketing. He's also a renowned jazz pianist, producer, arranger, composer, and ...…
Dan talks to video artist John Akomfrah about his new work, Mimesis, produced in association with 14-18Now, the arts organisation dedicated to the commemoration of the First World War. It explores the experience of Africans in World War I, and John tells about all the surprising things he learned while making the piece. Producer: Natt Tapley Au ...…
Boy George chats about Culture Club’s first new album in 25 years and Lesley-Ann Jones speaks about her autobiography of Queen singer Freddie Mercury.
Kate and Cassie are joined by historian Ruth Balint, crime writer Peter Cotton and Science Fiction reader George Williams to discuss fiction by Krissy Kneen, Les Zig, Margaret Morgan, Peter F Hamilton and Sayaka Murata
Dan sits down with Paddy Ashdown to talk about German attempts to kill Hitler. For more exclusive documentaries and interviews sign up to HistoryHit.TV! Producer: Natt Tapley Audio: Felix Maynard
Alex and Javier previewed this weekend's fixtures in the Premier League as Brighton host Wolves in an intriguing mid-table clash, Cardiff travel to Anfield to face Liverpool, and Chelsea/Arsenal face tricky away tests on Sunday. Finally the guys discuss Manchester United's home date with Everton and the top 6 clash of the week on Monday Night F ...…
The boys are back in town to recap Chelsea and Manchester United's contentious 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge, Tottenham's plodding march to victory at West Ham, plus Liverpool, Manchester City, and Arsenal's wins over varying opposition to keep things tight at the top of the table. Be sure to Subscribe, Rate, and Review the Podcast on iTunes. You ...…
Dan and Mike Pavelec talk about Air Power: it's short history and how it will shake the future up For more exclusive documentaries and interviews subscribe to HistoryHit.TV! Producer: Natt Tapley Audio: Felix Maynard
Dr Sam Willis & Professor James Daybell discuss the unexpected history of Trafalgar for the 218th anniversary of the battle. For more exclusive history interviews and documentaries, subscribe to HistoryHit.TV. Producer: Natt Tapley Audio: Felix Maynard
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 133, originally published in February 2014. Julia Herz is Publisher of and the Craft Beer Program Director at the Brewers Association. She joins the show to discuss an array of topics dealing with beer. The fourth quarter been the biggest annual sales period for the craft beer market ov ...…
Dan speaks to Danny Boyle about his new artwork, Pages of the Sea, which can be seen on beaches around the country on 11 November. Created in association with 14-18 NOW, the arts and culture organisation responsible for artworks commemorating the centenary of the First World War, it's a moving tribute to those who left from the beaches a centur ...…
Lead singer of The Who Roger Daltrey chats about his autobiography and comedian David Baddiel talks about his new children’s book ‘Head Kid’.
Cassie and Kate are joined by TV writer and Dylanologist Mark Sutton to discuss Murakami's mammoth Killing Commendatore and Sarah Perry's gothic Melmoth, while novelist Kristina Olsson (Shell) reveals the bookshelf that made her.
Two international breaks down and only one to go this year. But before the conclusion of UEFA Nations League group play another mouthwatering run of Premier League games must be dealt with. Starting at Stamford Bridge this weekend as Alex and Javier preview Chelsea's date with Manchester United in the early Saturday kickoff, before previewing M ...…
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