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Historical Blindness is a podcast about history’s myths, mysteries, and misconceptions. By examining cases of outrageous hoaxes, pernicious conspiracy theory, mass delusion, baffling mysteries and unreliable historiography, host Nathaniel Lloyd searches for insights into modern religious belief and political culture.
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A true crime podcast with a different point of view. Every week, Alice and Brett bring their unique perspective as prosecutors to the most famous cold case mysteries of all time. Murder, mayhem, disappearances, you name it. If it's true crime, they're on the case. Custom case art by Hannah Hill. https://instagram.com/serious_moonlite?igshid=lhy8ijowoc9p
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On Buried Bones, journalist Kate Winkler Dawson and retired investigator Paul Holes dissect some of history’s most compelling true crime cases from centuries ago. Together, they explore these very old cases through a 21st century lens. With their years of expertise and knowledge of modern forensics, they reflect on how far science has come and bring new insight to old mysteries. Together, Kate and Paul have examined many cases including the 1932 Lindbergh baby kidnapping, the first time fing ...
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A dive into historical topics from an elevated perspective. New episodes will be out every Wednesday. Find us on our socials:@Historicallyhi on Twitter @historicallyhighpod on Instagram. Don't forget to like, rate, subscribe, and let your friends know what they are missing.
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Historic Royal Palaces are a team of people who love and look after six of the most wonderful palaces in the world. This fortnightly podcast brings you the history and stories of those palaces. You’ll hear from our experts and the people who bring our palaces to life, as we create space to explore how history moves us, telling stories about the monarchs you know, and uncovering the lives and histories of the people you don’t. Just like our palaces, this podcast is a mix of old and new. Each ...
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Tenfold More Wicked

Exactly Right Media – the original true crime comedy network

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Tenfold More Wicked takes listeners on a gruesome trip through history with chilling campfire stories of true crime. It's a unique blend of narrative nonfiction storytelling and investigative journalism. Host Kate Winkler Dawson takes a deep dive into the lives of victims...and killers. And how they made history. Now in its tenth season, "Entitled" is a historical true crime story that meets a political scandal in the colony of Virginia, ten years before the Revolutionary War. “Entitled” is ...
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Trundlebed Tales host Sarah S. Uthoff will look at Laura Ingalls Wilder and other classic children's literature and social history including historic foodways and one-room schools.
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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/steven-connelly/subscribe Become a Paid Subscriber: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/steven-connelly/subscribe a podcast looking back at historical crimes, criminals and social stories that created the world we now live!
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Historical Jesus

Historical Jesus

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Monumental saga of the life and times of Galilean, Jesus of Nazareth, as well as the faith, religion, and church founded to honor and disseminate his acts and teachings. Join host Mark Vinet on this exciting and fascinating journey through time exploring and focusing on the interesting, compelling, wonderful, tragic, intriguing, and inspiring stories of the Bible and the many great works of Christian theology, literature, architecture, music, and art inspired by the words and deeds of Jesus ...
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The White House 1600 Sessions

The White House Historical Association

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The White House Historical Association presents The 1600 Sessions, a podcast that explores the history, untold stories and personal accounts of America’s most iconic residence and office – The White House.
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History Notes

Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective

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Origins: Current Events In Historical Perspective presents short audio discussions of the historical context of some of today's most important issues. Check out origins.osu.edu for the written versions of these podcasts and more!
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French history podcast, by a Frenchman. Learn all about France's history: Charlemagne, The Hundred Years’ War, Jeanne d’Arc, New France, Louis XIV, the Révolution, Napoléon and much more! Artwork by Lucia Ceta.
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Find your next historical romance obsession while getting to know the author, too! Each guest author reads an excerpt of their book, then chats with host Katherine Grant. In the time it takes you to drink your morning coffee, you can find a new author for your reading list! Hosted by award-winning historical romance author Katherine Grant
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The Paris Review Podcast returns with a new season, featuring the best interviews, fiction, essays, and poetry from America’s most legendary literary quarterly, brought to life in sound. Join us for intimate conversations with Sharon Olds and Olga Tokarczuk; fiction by Rivers Solomon, Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, and Zach Williams; poems by Terrance Hayes and Maggie Millner; nonfiction by Robert Glück, Jean Garnett, and Sean Thor Conroe; and performances by George Takei, Lena Waithe, and many others ...
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Professor Suzannah Lipscomb talks about everything from the Aztecs to witches, Velázquez to Shakespeare, Mughal India to the Mayflower. Not, in other words, just the Tudors, but most definitely also the Tudors. Each episode Suzannah is joined by historians and experts to reveal incredible stories about one of the most fascinating periods in history.
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For the Ages: A History Podcast

New-York Historical Society

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Explore the rich and complex history of the United States and beyond. Produced by the New-York Historical Society, host David M. Rubenstein engages the nation’s foremost historians and creative thinkers on a wide range of topics, including presidential biography, the nation’s founding, and the people who have shaped the American story. Learn more at nyhistory.org.
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Q & Abe

President Lincoln's Cottage

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Come on down the rabbit hole with us as we answer real questions from visitors to President Lincoln’s Cottage that we wish we could spend a half hour answering. We always start with Lincoln and the Cottage, but we often end up in unexpected places… Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A show about language, linguistics and people who love both! A Language I Love Is... (ALILI) broadcasts linguistic joy and shares expert insights into the languages of the world. It's a simple formula: one host, one guest, one language, and three key questions: 1) What is your story and connection to this language? 2) What do you love about this language? 3) What is something you want the audience to know about this language? Through informative interviews and casual conversations, ALILI ful ...
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Academy Award Theater

Old Time Radio DVD

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Academy Award Theater, Using Famous stars of the day,the show used Players who had either won or been nominated for an Academy Award for their scripts, including such Stars as Bette Davis, Randolph Scott, Cary Grant and the list goes on. Relive some of the greatest performances in Movie history on the Academy Award Theater.
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Book Talk

Jenny Sparks and Nolan Crabb

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Welcome to Book Talk! We're all about books. What you like to read, how you like to read it. Who's your favorite author? What's your favorite series and much more.
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Context Matters

Dr. Cyndi Parker

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This podcast is for people who are curious about the ancient context that influenced the final shape of the Bible…AND ALSO…how our modern context influences the way we understand the Bible and God and all things spiritual.
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Hello and welcome to the Historically Haunted Podcast! I am your Dyslexic host Ariel and I am so happy that you are here. If you enjoy history with a dose of paranormal on the side then I hope you will enjoy my podcast. We take a deeper dive into the history of haunted locations to learn about the lives of the people who once lived there because to understand the ghosts, you must first understand the history.
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Friedan’s book encouraged women to break free of what she called “the feminine mystique,” a concept insisting that women’s true fulfillment was to be found through dedication to household labor and their roles as wives and mothers.Written by Susan Hartmann. Narration by Dr. Nicholas B. Breyfogle. Video and textual versions of this podcast are avail…
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Christianity makes far wider use of images than related religions, in which figurative representations are forbidden, such as Islam and Judaism. Let’s examine a few extant masterpieces that we’ve inherited from Christianity’s rich and glorious heritage. Christian Art books available at https://amzn.to/3vJ70u2 Catholic Art books https://amzn.to/3PSW…
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In 1177 BC a series of very unfortunate events culminated in the collapse of numerous kingdoms centered upon the western Mediterranean. The nature of those events, and how one played upon the other, was the topic of our conversation with Eric Cline way back in Episode 62, when we talked about his book 1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed. Now E…
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In this video, we delve into the forgotten chapter of American history known as the Pontiac Rebellion. This significant event, led by Chief Pontiac of the Ottawa tribe, played a crucial role in shaping the future of the United States. Join us as we explore the causes, key players, and outcomes of this rebellion that challenged British colonial rule…
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In the summer of 1976, an earthquake swallows up the city of Tangshan, China. Among the hundreds of thousands of people scrambling for survival is a mother who makes an agonising decision that irrevocably changes her life and the lives of her children. In that devastating split second, her seven-year-old daughter, Xiaodeng, is separated from her br…
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Irah D. Spaulding was 19 when he earned his pilot's license in 1912. Irah grew up on Elliot Street. He was the first person to fly an exhibition biplane at the Valley Fairgrounds. He served in World War I and continued flying experimental planes for the Navy after the war. Injuries caused him to leave the military in 1922. He would later have an in…
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On the final episode of Historical Fiction: Unpacked, I talk with Joanna Davidson Politano about her latest novel, The Elusive Truth of Lily Temple. We had a wonderful conversation about the silent film industry, the part gardens play in this story, and Joanna’s research and writing process. Here’s a description of the novel: In her newest narrativ…
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As lady-in-waiting to an ageing queen and wife to a failed adventurer, Bess Raleigh has learnt to fight her corner against all adversity. Her life is spent in the shadow of the Tower of London with her husband Sir Walter Raleigh. But will she manage to keep her head whilst others around her lose theirs? Outliers – Stories from the edge of history i…
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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content. I am so pleased to welcome Sarah Thomas Loudin to the podcast this week to talk about her new book, "These Tangled Threads." We chat about her time at the Bil…
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In this week's episode, the first half of a two-parter, Paul and Kate head to 1870s Connecticut where a bride-to-be goes missing the day before her Big Day. When her body is discovered in a creek, the crime scene investigation becomes as important as ever in finding a cause-of-death and a suspect. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.f…
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When you hear the term Royals, or Queen, our minds tend to take us to the British Monarchy or British national treasure musical group Queen . One of if not the longest standing monarchies still technically in power. The current Royal Family, The House of Windsor can trace its lineage back to 1066, the time of William the Conqueror, the first widely…
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USA Today-Bestselling Author Rebecca Paula joins the podcast to read a sample from her marriage-advertisement Regency romance, In Want of a Wife. Plus, we chat about how her journalism experience helps her write romances, her strategy for getting in the mood to write her characters, and the real-life inspiration behind this book. JUMP TO YOUR FAVOR…
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In the extra-long conclusion to my series on the Oak Island "mystery," I look at claims about artifacts that have been found on the island, outlandish theories about the nature of its "treasure," and the true origin of the legend in treasure digging scams. Joining me again to discuss the topic is Dr. Sean Munger! Go watch Sean Munger's videos on Yo…
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On the Shelf for April 2024The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 284 with Heather Rose Jones Your monthly roundup of history, news, and the field of sapphic historical fiction. In this episode we talk about: Book Shopping Norman, Ben. 2023. Pomp and Piety: Everyday Life of the Aristocracy in Stuart England. Amberley Publishing. ISBN 978-1-39…
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In the first part of the 18th Century, the south coast of England had many Smuggling gangs; perhaps the most notorious was the Hawkhurst Gang. Today we read a chapter from Joseph Dragovich's book 'Hawkhurst Murder, corruption and Britains most notorious Smuggling Gang' Many thanks to Joseph for permission to read from his book and it is available i…
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Chris and Andy talk about the news that ‘The Bear’ is shooting its third and fourth seasons simultaneously and the breakneck production pace that the show has (1:00). Then they talk about the new show ‘Manhunt’ that depicts the hunt for Abraham Lincoln’s killer (23:29) and Apple TV+’s play for straight historical fiction television (32:53). Hosts: …
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Happy St. Patrick's Day, everyone! Please enjoy this bonus Patreon episode from 2022, which I am now releasing for free for all to enjoy about the history of St. Patrick's Day. If you enjoyed this bonus episode, please consider signing up for my Patron Page! (Link Below) I couldn't do this without your fantastic support! Please check out more links…
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