X
Gold Chronicles public
[search 0]
×
Best Gold Chronicles podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Gold Chronicles podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
T
The Gold Chronicles
Monthly
 
A secure, highly liquid, risk balanced tool to allocate a portion of a portfolio to physical gold.
 
T
The Gold Chronicles
Monthly
 
A secure, highly liquid, risk balanced tool to allocate a portion of a portfolio to physical gold.
 
A secure, highly liquid, risk balanced tool to allocate a portion of a portfolio to physical gold.
 
A secure, highly liquid, risk balanced tool to allocate a portion of a portfolio to physical gold.
 
A daily (5-day-a-week) podcast feed of true Oregon stories -- of heroes and rascals, of shipwrecks and lost gold. Stories of shanghaied sailors and Skid Road bordellos and pirates and robbers and unsolved mysteries. An exploding whale, a couple shockingly scary cults, a 19th-century serial killer, several very naughty ladies, a handful of solid-brass con artists and some of the dumbest bad guys in the history of the universe. From the archives of the Offbeat Oregon History syndicated newspap ...
 
F
Fool's Gold Rush
Daily+
 
This podcast from the creators of the "Old Men on the Mountain", Jim Hall and Craig Massie, will chronicle the second series and beyond of Discovery Channel's "Gold Rush". Enjoy!
 
In 1924, five gold prospecting miners staked their claim in Vander White Canyon, thinking it was uninhabited. Based on a true story, these miners discover that, what is now known as "Ape Canyon," was anything but uninhabited.
 
Welcome to the land of the REAL. QD; Queen Deish, speaks on real topics in her life. Shining light on on how much gold, we women hold in our beings. Giving glory to the GAWDESS within, we all have one. So, let her little light shine. ✨ Peace, Love and Light.
 
Home of the Financial & Media PodcastWith Tim Price & Paul Rodriguez
 
T
The Seeth One
Weekly+
 
I work for the gold standard in Multi-Verse Travel. We didn't make platinum status, but we are trying.I live in Salt Lake City and have spent a good deal of my life trying to understand the unknown. The paranormal is starting to become normal these days. As strange times shift reality I chronicle my journey and the most compelling news.The Seeth One: A weekly podcast that discusses the strange, the paranormal, and takes you down the dark road of my mental state. I also sometimes talk about B ...
 
A
Atlas Balked
Monthly+
 
Welcome to Atlas Balked, a weekly chronicle concerning the mundane, weird, and maybe even sometimes dramatic happenings of a Simple Fantasy Baseball League . This podcast captures the thoughts and musings Gregg, Joe, Jack and Tim - four of the ten owners in the league.
 
W
Witness History
Daily
 
History as told by the people who were there.
 
Hard Drive editors Mark Roebuck and Jeremy Kaplowitz embark on a quest to watch and chronicle every single episode of 1989’s The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!
 
G
Gastropod
Monthly+
 
Food with a Side of Science & History
 
BOOK OUT NOW! Forward INDIES Book of the Year Finalist [o] Winner of Four Solas Awards, including Gold for Humor [o] “Porcelain Travels” is a collection of true stories excerpted from award-winning and Amazon best-selling author Matthew Félix’s book of the same name, which chronicles humor, horror, and revelation in, on, and around toilets toilets, tubs, and showers encountered on his travels to over 50 countries. [o] Paperback and ebook on Amazon and most online retailers. [o] Read by the a ...
 
B
Basketball Reasons
Monthly
 
The Basketball Reasons podcast, hosted by Ric Lampkins (a.k.a. Charles Diamond, the Black Bruce Wayne) chronicles the past, present, and future of the front office landscape of the Los Angeles Lakers through stories of player transactions, staff hirings and firings, and occasionally, league news with a pair of forum blue and gold tinted glasses on.
 
The Northern Nevada region known as the Comstock encapsulated the true pioneer spirit of the rugged Old West. A source of tremendous wealth thanks to rich deposits of gold and silver, the Comstock boomed in the mid-1800s and spurred thriving communities, bountiful railroads and a hearty breed of pioneers who called the Comstock their home.Now, award-winning Nevada author Dennis Cassinelli brings to life the varied and colorful stories of the past with his podcast, Chronicles of the Comstock: ...
 
All the Latest Articles in English
 
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle thought he had finished forever with his immortal sleuth Sherlock Holmes and his chronicler, Dr Watson. Exhausted and bored with the Holmes saga, he wanted to turn to more serious writing. In the short story The Final Problem, published in 1893 as part of the collection The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, the author had sent Holmes plunging to his doom into the Reichenbach Falls. However, by 1901, Doyle found himself in severe financial difficulties. It was then that he re ...
 
Demuir’s musical output has truly led him to stand out amongst his peers and be championed by dance music’s elite artists. He is proving this with his string of high-profile releases on Hot Creations, Fool’s Gold, Desolat, Origins, Heist & Pets Recordings in 2019 and an incredible stream of the finest underground House releases on his own label Purveyor Underground.These releases are another addition to his growing catalogue, incl. EP’s on the legendary label Classic Music Company as well as ...
 
All the Latest Articles in English
 
Published posthumously in 1919, this collection of diary entries presents a scathing picture of army life and is said to be one of the most vivid accounts of daily life in the trenches. It chronicles West's increasing disillusion with war and his move toward pacifist and atheist beliefs. The final part consists of his powerful war poems, including God, How I Hate You, You Young Cheerful Men, and Night Patrol. West was killed by a sniper in 1917. In view of some of his poems, one wonders if d ...
 
Paris in 1792 is no longer what it was in 1789. In 1789, the old French society was still brilliant. The past endured beside the present. Neither names nor escutcheons, neither liveries nor places at court, had been suppressed. The aristocracy and the Revolution lived face to face. In 1792, the scene has changed."France was now on the verge of the Reign of Terror (la Terreur), the violent years following the Revolution, and this book chronicles the terrible period of French history which cul ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
The 'Woman in Gold' was one of Gustav Klimt's most famous paintings. It was a portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer, but it was taken from her family by the Nazis and only returned to them after a long legal battle. Louise Hidalgo has been speaking to Randol Schoenberg the young lawyer who took on the case.Picture: Adele Bloch-Bauer I, or 'The Woman in ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
 
At its most basic, a menu is simply a way for a restaurant to communicate its offerings and their prices to its customers. But, perhaps even more importantly, says Alison Pearlman, author of a new book on menus called May We Suggest, a menu has to persuade diners that they want what the restaurant is selling. So how do menus do that—and are the ...…
 
On Sunday, Czechs commemorated 30 years since the start of the VelvetRevolution. Emotions were high at times as politicians paid tribute to thedemonstration on November 17, 1989 that resulted in the eventual fall ofthe communist regime. For the most part, however, it was a day ofcelebration, marked by a wide range of events.…
 
On Sunday, Czechs commemorated 30 years since the start of the VelvetRevolution. Emotions were high at times as politicians paid tribute to thedemonstration on November 17, 1989 that resulted in the eventual fall ofthe communist regime. For the most part, however, it was a day ofcelebration, marked by a wide range of events.…
 
Organisers Million Moments for Democracy said around 300,000 peopleattended their latest demonstration against Czech PM Andrej Babiš onSaturday. But having evidently achieved the biggest protests they can, andwith winter approaching, what is next for the group?
 
Organisers Million Moments for Democracy said around 300,000 peopleattended their latest demonstration against Czech PM Andrej Babiš onSaturday. But having evidently achieved the biggest protests they can, andwith winter approaching, what is next for the group?
 
Sociologist Jan Hartl set up Czechoslovakia’s first modern-day pollingagency, STEM, in 1990 and has been closely monitoring domestic politics andsociety ever since. When we spoke, the conversation took in Czechpoliticians’ shifting attitude to opinion surveys, Václav Havel’sprivate discussion circle and the “cautious nature” of the country’svot ...…
 
Sociologist Jan Hartl set up Czechoslovakia’s first modern-day pollingagency, STEM, in 1990 and has been closely monitoring domestic politics andsociety ever since. When we spoke, the conversation took in Czechpoliticians’ shifting attitude to opinion surveys, Václav Havel’sprivate discussion circle and the “cautious nature” of the country’svot ...…
 
In the 1970s, an American engineer Jack Cover designed a new experimental stun gun. He called it a Taser. But the device only really became popular when it started to be used by US law enforcement agencies. The Los Angeles Police Department were among the first to use the device. Retired police Captain Greg Meyer was then the young officer give ...…
 
Matthew Mercer (Critical Role, every video game) joins Mark and Jeremy to discuss this preposterous episode that was originally conceived as a King Tut thing and then evolved into a Ten Commandments thing somewhere along the way. That means for every Koop Tut you also get a Red Sauce Sea being parted. It’s completely ridiculous and it’s also so ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
 
#75 Liam Halligan has written his multiple award-winning Economic Agenda weekly column for the Sunday Telegraph since 2003. He has also worked for The Economist, the Financial Times, CNN and Channel 4 News and is a presenter on Channel 4 Dispatches. He holds economics degrees from the Universities of Warwick and Oxford. Liam's new book is calle ...…
 
Reita Faria was the first Indian to win the Miss World beauty competition in 1966. She was studying medicine in Mumbai when a spur of the moment decision to take part in the contest turned her life upside down. Orna Merchant has been speaking to Reita Faria about her win, and whether she believes there is still a place for beauty contests in th ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
 
In the late 1970s toxic chemicals were discovered oozing from the ground in a neighbourhood in upstate New York. The neighbourhood was called Love Canal. Hundreds of houses and a school had been built on top of over 20,000 tonnes of toxic industrial waste. The disaster led to the formation in 1980 of the Superfund program, which helps pay for t ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
 
The “Jackson County Rebellion” faded away after political boss Llewellyn Banks shot a policeman with a .30-06 during an attempted warrant service. Coverage of the whole debacle won the Medford Mail-Tribune a Pulitzer Prize. (Medford, Jackson County; 1933) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1605d.jackson-co-rebellion-part3-392. ...…
 
Hindu extremists demolished a 16th century mosque in the Indian city of Ayodhya in December 1992 prompting months of communal violence across India. Photojournalist Praveen Jain witnessed rehearsals for the demolition the day before the activists stormed the mosque. He has been talking to Iknoor Kaur about what he saw. On November 9th this year ...…
 
For leaders of the “Good Government Congress,” the Great Depression was a golden opportunity to crystallize popular bewilderment into hatred that could be used to grab for power. And it worked ... too well, as it turned out. (Medford, Jackson County; 1933) (For text and pictures, see https://offbeatoregon.com/1605c.jackson-county-rebellion-part ...…
 
In 2004, a German aid agency ship, Cap Anamur, was sailing to the Suez Canal, when it came across 37 Africans on a sinking rubber boat. The captain, Stefan Schmidt, rescued the men and headed for a port in Sicily to drop them off. But for almost 2 weeks, Italy blocked the ship from entering port and when the ship was finally granted permission ...…
 
In this episode we discuss: When are we recording this? Make it last Listen on slow play Ceiling fans and the power of perspective 409 ain't that clean! Super Duper Tito is back And it’s about Justin A funny reference to Episode 39 J-Lo’s museum A murder scene? Hidden in plain sight Feedback from the Magnificent Helping out our listeners Face F ...…
 
An autocratic populist from southern California, arriving in Medford in a flashy Cadillac, managed to position himself as a leader of the poor and disenfranchised. The results would rock the county, and the state, to the core. (Medford, Jackson County; 1933) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1605b.llewellyn-banks-murder-boss- ...…
 
Wilfred Owen died just a few days before the end of World War One but his poetry ensured he would be remembered. Little is known about the man behind the poems but his younger brother Harold spoke to the BBC about him in the 1960s. Vincent Dowd pieces together a picture of the young soldier-poet using the BBC's archive, Owen's letters home, and ...…
 
Some very vile vires vie for the triforce in this vexatious episode of the Legend of Zelda cartoon! Also they dang broked it up into three pieces with a hammer or some shit. Mark and Jeremy experiment with waiting a few days after watching the ep to record the pod and end up going on long tangents about the 1960s Batman show. Meanwhile, INSPECT ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
 
“No one seems to know how the present Kiwanda dory evolved,” wrote Portland Oregonian wildlife editor Don Helm in a 1968 article, “but it revolutionized the sport and made Pacific City the dory capital of the world.” (Pacific City, Tillamook County; 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1909a.cape-kiwanda-dories-563.html)…
 
Colin Lloyd has been following the ebb and flow of financial markets for more than 30 years. He has worked for brokers and asset managers in commodities, money markets, capital markets, equities and foreign exchange. His interests include, but are not confined too, geopolitics, central banking, energy policy, regulatory change, demographics, te ...…
 
Former Berlin resident David Bowie was among the performers at a pop concert in West Berlin in 1987 credited with helping to create the atmosphere that led, two years later, to the fall of the Berlin Wall. During the three-day concert, there were riots in East Berlin as East Berliners were prevented by police from gathering near the Berlin Wall ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
 
In Gold Rush-era Oregon, the most skilled miners were probably the Chinese — but they were in constant danger. To avoid being robbed, they entrusted their gold to professional couriers who masqueraded as penniless vagabonds. This is a story from the life of one of them, a man we know only as 'Cheng.' (Southern Oregon; 1850s) (For text and pictu ...…
 
WARNING: This programme contains distressing descriptions of violent torture from the beginning.In 1980 police in a small city in the Indian state of Bihar were revealed to be torturing petty criminals. Iknoor Kaur has been talking to several people with first-hand experience of the disturbing events that came to be known as the Bhagalpur blind ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
 
The Reverend preached the funeral service to an empty church, while the deceased's friends and colleagues fought in the parking lot over who got to ride in the taxicabs. But the hostilities were forgotten when they arrived at a roadhouse. (Tacoma, Washington Territory; 1870s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1603c.circuit-pr ...…
 
How sex, jazz and 'fake news' were used to undermine the Nazis in World War Two. In 1941, the UK created a top secret propaganda department, the Political Warfare Executive to wage psychological warfare on the German war machine. It was responsible for spreading rumours, generating fake news, leaflet drops and creating fake clandestine German r ...…
 
When trying to minister to the spiritual needs of a crowd of hard-sinning miners and sailors, it was sometimes necessary to resort to unorthodox tactics — tactics not often seen among men of the cloth in more civilized times. (Oregon Territory, 1850s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1603b.circuit-preachers-shanghai-flock-38 ...…
 
In 1975 the Canadian oncologist Dr Vera Peters released ground-breaking data to prove that breast-conserving surgery could at times be as effective as having a radical mastectomy. Her findings were received with lukewarm support and even open opposition from many of her colleagues in the male-dominated medical profession. Mike Lanchin hears fro ...…
 
In this episode we discuss: How ears are receptors More evidence that baseball is dying And why we are its savior J-Lo is a you tube star too? Niche Christmas light porn A new Real or Fake installment The post office killed my dad The most useless app HR Courtney is a true fan Masculine dates The Psuedo scout names his team Yawn Welcome to the ...…
 
The earliest humans favored juicy, meaty mammoth at mealtimes. Ancient Romans loved their favorite herb, silphium, so much that they sprinkled it on everything from lamb to melon. In the 19th century United States, passenger pigeon pie was a cherished comfort food, long before chicken pot pie became commonplace. And, for dessert, Americans a ce ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
 
Eagerly, the Reverend leaped into the waiting bathtub, positioned at the top of the stairs in the chilly foyer of the frontier hotel. And then, to his horror, he realized it was sliding toward the top of the staircase on a sheet of ice ... (Eastern Oregon, 1850s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1603a.circuit-preachers-wells ...…
 
On November 4th 1979 revolutionary students overran the US Embassy in Tehran and took everyone inside hostage. In February 1980 the students invited a humanitarian delegation from the US to visit them in Iran. The group were shown around Tehran to highlight the country's poverty. They were also allowed to meet some of the American hostages. Rab ...…
 
Hey homeboys and homegirls, it’s a hip hop themed episode of The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! They uh, they rap. The whole thing. Everyone raps it. It’s uh ... well, they rap. Mark and Jeremy enlist the help of fellow Hard Drive editor and hip hop superfan Andy Holt to make heads or tails out of this trip to Rap Land. Is it hot fire? Is it tha ...…
 
Google login Twitter login Classic login