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Public radio's game show of bluff and bluster, words and whimsy. The warmest, wittiest cocktail party - it's spirited and civil, brainy and boisterous, peppered with musical interludes. Fast paced and playful, it's the most fun you can have with language without getting your mouth washed out with soap. Our motto: It's not important to know the answers, it's important to like the answers!
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Fun Fact

Arik Devens and Allen Pike

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Once a month, Arik Devens and Allen Pike take turns sharing fun facts. Practical, historical, technical, and trivial facts all deserve their fair shake.
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The Peabody Award-winning On the Media podcast is your guide to examining how the media sausage is made. Host Brooke Gladstone examines threats to free speech and government transparency, cast a skeptical eye on media coverage of the week’s big stories and unravel hidden political narratives in everything we read, watch and hear.
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Fascinating history facts, inspirational stories, and slight exaggerations from the ancient world. Storyteller John Rose shares tales that make history, the Bible, and Mediterranean travel fun and easy to understand.
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Fun history lessons for all the family, presented by Horrible Histories' Greg Jenner. Full of facts and jokes, the series brings to life a broad range of historical topics, many linked to the school curriculum. Homeschool Histories is made by the producers of the much-loved Radio 4 podcast You're Dead To Me.
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Who Smarted? - Educational Podcast for Kids

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The funniest educational show kids love, parents adore, and teachers use in their classrooms. "Who Smarted?" is an engaging and entertaining educational podcast for kids and families that combines humor with learning in a way that captivates curious young minds. With four new episodes released weekly, this show offers a delightful blend of kids' trivia and fascinating facts, making it the perfect educational tool for both home and classroom settings. Created by the minds behind BRAIN GAMES a ...
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Amazingly interesting fact podcasts. From most amazing people to future technology creations to facts about amazing mysteries, if it’s amazing, we'll explore it. Oh, and there's a splash of humor thrown in too. You'll be amazed at our mind-blowing array of fun facts and condensed lists.
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Got curious kids? Are you looking for safe, fun, agenda-free content to share as a family on the way to school or in your homeschool? Then the Wonder World podcast was made for you! Join Pam, Olivia, and Thomas Barnhill as they take you and your kids on a journey of discovery every Monday. You'll learn about little know celebrations, this day in history, a weekly vocabulary word, poems, stories, and so much more.
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UNBIASED

Jordan Is My Lawyer

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Finally, an unbiased news source. If you miss how journalism used to be, you're in the right place. New episodes of UNBIASED are released Monday-Thursday and recap current events and the law in an impartial, fact-based manner. As a law school graduate and licensed attorney, she uses her knowledge of the law to explain the harder-to-understand legal concepts like constitutional rights, Supreme Court opinions, legislation, and more. By the time you're done listening to each episode, you'll fee ...
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Revolutionary War Rarities is fast, fun, and rarely known history on the American Revolution. All PodCasts are 8-10 minutes long and are released every two weeks. Revolutionary War Rarities is the PodCast from the ”Sons of the American Revolution”. Please subscribe and let’s make history fun again. Thank you for joining us. #americanrevolution #revolutionarywarrarities #americanhistory #foundingfathers #revolutionarywar #sonsoftheamericanrevolution #rarehistory #americanrevolution
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Nick Emel and guests deliver a mix of entertainment, education, and satirical banter as they cover fact-based Top 10ish Lists in history, true crime, food, pop culture, and more. One host is prepped with fun facts, but the other is guessing the list in real-time, creating an unpredictable rollercoaster of laughs, learning and chaos. With 250+ episodes exploring everything from the Top 10ish highest-grossing films to the smartest animals to the deadliest cults, there's a Top 10ish List for ev ...
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To share Memorisation Techniques that use Mnemonics to help retain large amounts of information, so you can recite this information in a logical and ordered way, and remember it for a lifetime The podcast is augmented with lots of Fun Facts, a Quiz to test your knowledge, and finishes with a Word of the Week in relation to the topic.
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Welcome to Gore Girls, a lady led horror movie podcast! We share new episodes every other Friday where we discuss your favorite horror films, scene by scene. Throughout each episode we share fun facts about the making of the movie, the history and origins, behind the scenes, soundtrack/score, ratings, and special effects! So grab some snacks, get comfy, and join us as we dissect the nitty gritty of the best film genre.
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Dr. Cooper has been an Adjunct Professor of History since 2015. He was nominated in 2019 and 2020 for the Instructional Excellence Award and holds some of the highest teacher ratings for two universities. Since 2009, and has also worked as a History, Psychology, and Government high school teacher. In addition, he has worked as a school leader as an Assistant Principal. Before choosing an educational career, Dr. Cooper owned and operated a successful computer business for 10 years that receiv ...
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Goobz & Toby pick one retro video game each episode to play. They discuss the history, story, game play, music, fun facts, then rate it at the end from 1-10. The goal is to see which old games hold up today and maybe see if some of our favorites are only good due to nostalgia. The guys mostly play games on NES, SNES, N64, GameCube, SEGA Genesis, Playstation, PS2, and any other dead console they can get their hands on.*ADULT LANGUAGE IS USED*
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What happened today in history is a informative an fun podcast. each week the team of two, will and nova, dive into the books, with the goal of bringing past stories to life via editing and story telling! whether it be a rocket launch or a home run, we will cover it all!
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Showcasing the Fun, Fascinating, & Curious! Join host, Travis DeRose, as he interviews guests like the Inventor of the Waterbed, a Star Wars visual Effects artist, the Apollo 13 flight controller, & even a woman who taught her dog to talk, just to name a few.
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Why Why Why Show

Jin An & Elisa Liu

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Join Jin An and Elisa Liu (a musician and an artist based in Singapore) in this comedy trivia podcast as they go through their search histories and discuss their findings of the week. They also look up strange and interesting things suggested by curious friends and listeners, and share recommendations for things that have enriched their lives. 'Why Why Why Show' is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and all major podcasting platforms.
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Matt Koplik is the most opinionated, foul-mouthed, and passionate theatre geek with access to a mic. Every week, Matt and a guest explore Broadway history by diving into the careers of the artists who shaped it. Whether discussing Sondheim and Sweeney or Herman and Dolly, Matt is sure to give you fun facts, deep analysis, and lots of four letter words. Tune in!!
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The olive magazine podcast is brought to you by the food- and drink-obsessed olive magazine team. Hosted by deputy editor Janine Ratcliffe each week, the olive magazine podcast will be sharing exclusive additional content including top chef interviews, behind the scenes gossip, expert advice and fun facts. Consider it the perfect soundtrack to your cooking.
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Welcome to the Holy Watermelon podcast, where a Christian and an atheist talk about the weird and wonderful things that people do because of what they believe. It's a show about religious studies. Join us, Katie and Preston, as we dive into the world of comparative religion. We use humor and research to have real, challenging, and uproarious conversations about the world's religious traditions and behaviors. If you're interested in religious studies, learning about other people and cultures, ...
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Hey, Kids! How much do you know about the United States of America? We‘re a big country with lots of cool places to explore and things to discover. There‘s history, geography, weird stuff, fun facts and jokes. Travel with Jasmine the Cat and Gracie the Tortoise as they travel around the USA and learn about each state! Join us each week as we have fun and become smarter!
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Welcome to "Backstories You Didn't Ask For," the podcast where history’s most peculiar and unexpected tales are brought to life with a healthy dose of humor and snark. Join your host, Jim Chase, as he uncovers the quirky origins of everyday objects, cultural phenomena, and forgotten inventors. From the invention of sliced bread to the curious world of Sea Monkeys, each episode offers a deep dive into the bizarre and amusing backstories you never knew you needed. Perfect for curious minds and ...
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The Tinsel Tunes podcast goes into great detail about Christmas music. Full of fun and interesting facts, it will get you into the Christmas Spirit! Hear about classics, modern songs, songs you love, and even those songs that you dislike. We go deep into the history of Christmas songs, explore the compositions, and play lots of music!
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The host, Tommy Fowler, is an amateur naturalist with a deep love for the outdoors. Each week we will discuss the natural history of wild plants or animals. These discussions will give the listener much information about these plants and animals and hopefully surprise the listener with some interesting and/or fun facts. -Please leave 5 stars as a review. -Please be sure to hit follow. -What would help me the most is if you would hit the download button on each of the episodes. -Also, please ...
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Extraordinary Stories of Britain is a history podcast packed with fun and informative tales from our island’s long and storied past. Visiting little-known corners of British history, shedding new light on familiar faces, uncovering unusual - and sometimes bizarre - facts along the way, this is the podcast for anglophiles, history buffs, and anyone interested in finding out more about the UK. From killer queens to grime and punishment, from medieval medicine to celebrity cats, from secret sew ...
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Unprofessional Engineering

Unprofessional Engineering

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Interested in science, technology, machinery, engineering and the history behind everyday things? Want a fast and fun way to get your kids interested in STEM? Look no further! We break down a weekly engineering topic in a way that everyone can understand and enjoy. Twitter: @UnproEng Instagram: Unprofessional_Engineering Facebook: UnprofessionalEngineering
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Tweet Trends is the food truck of podcasting. It might be here today, somewhere else tomorrow but wherever it is, it is nourishing the masses and bringing smiles to faces. Tweet Trends is for people who like fun facts and learning new things but are short on time. To honor that, we strive to keep our episodes down to about 10 minutes or less. Take a listen! There is something for everyone. 🎤#TweetTrends
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Ingredipedia

Ben Birchall & Emily Naismith

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Want to feast on funny food facts and fables? Or slurp up strange and spicy stories from supermarkets and society? Bite into Australia’s funnest food podcast, Ingredipedia. Each episode, competitive hosts Emily Naismith (Broadsheet, frankie magazine) and Ben Birchall (3RRR FM’s Breakfasters, Smith Journal) try to serve the most interesting stories about a specific ingredient (say, Tim Tams or chillies) in a bid for your affection. You get to vote for who was the most interesting on Instagram ...
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MFGCast

The MFGcast

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We don’t just talk about the games you know, we talk about the games you should know! We also do other fun things like interviews, hard hitting convos, improvs, and more! The MFGCast: Breaking the board since 2012!
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Welcome to The Gay Gasp | a Spooky Podcast! The show where we share our queer perspectives on all things spooky! Join us every episode as we unearth fun facts about topics like true crime lesbian icon Lizzie Borden, the history of cemeteries, and the creepiest travel destinations around the world. We might not be scholars or scientists, but we're definitely silly and curious. Expect deep questions like, "Would you rather kill Casper the Friendly Ghost or marry the Headless Horseman?" Tune in ...
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Ladies Who London Podcast

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Join us, Alex and Fiona, as we take a light look at London's history in a relaxed and entertaining way. As qualified Blue Badge Tourist Guides, we share our passion for the city with you in a chatty and fun podcast, looking at the weird, wonderful and unknown in this huge, ancient place we call home.
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A new podcast for every day of the year, in which we present our most cogent, reasoned, and occasionally shouty arguments to decide what each date should be best remembered for. Every episode features fun historical facts, a vote on the winner, and tearful recriminations.
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Circus Stories: A Circus History Podcast

Callie Biggerstaff & Mark Renaudin

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A circus history podcast deep diving into topics like, "How and WHY do Clowns paint their faces", "Who was the first ever Human Cannonball act", "What are common Circus Superstitions" and so much more! Join your host and circus expert (sorta) Callie B, as she shares various stories from circus history with her pal / co-host Mark. Complete with decoded circus lingo, fun circus facts, and circus stories from Callie B's own family. Theme song by The Cooties.
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Hey Explorers! Welcome to "Mindscapes Uncharted" Season 3! Join us on an intellectual journey through Dynamic Narratives, Static Realities, and Ideological Frontiers. Dive into hot international issues, uncover static foundations of facts and history, and explore diverse ideologies, from Jainism to the Bhagavad Gita. This podcast is your passport to uncharted territories of the mind—where knowledge meets exploration. Welcome to the synthesis of the dynamic, the static, and the ideological. W ...
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Dumb Trivia

Andres, Christian, and Cory

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Welcome to Dumb Trivia! Where the questions are dumb, and the hosts are dumber! Listen to Andres, Christian, and Cory present each other with random, arbitrary, and downright dumb trivia questions and have some fun along the way! Find Dumb Trivia on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever you get your podcasts. Follow Dumb Trivia on Instagram @dumbtrivia. Send us your trivia for our Listener Submitted Question of the Week via email to dumbtrivia@gmail.com. Please put the name of the host you w ...
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1. White House Offers Update on Biden's Campaign Post-Debate; NYT Poll Shows Trump Leading; Biden Issues All-Staff Memo and Will Meet With Governors (1:03) 2. Missouri Attorney General Petitions Supreme Court for Relief Re: Trump's Gag Order and Upcoming Sentencing in NY (3:49) 3. New Gallup Poll Shows American Pride Still Low, But Higher Than 2022…
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"Bless your beautiful hide..." It's a return of "Problematic(?)" but with a surprise twist! Broadway Breakdown is covering a MOVIE MUSICAL. And one that is TRICKY. Alum Jon Reilly (Life's But a Song) stops by to discuss this sexy, sexist, sexual movie and all the rough and tumble dancing and gender politics that go along with it. GRAB YOUR BIBLE KI…
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1. Trump Received Enhanced Security Before Assassination Attempt Due to Alleged Iranian Assassination Plot (0:31) 2. Phone Call Between RFK Jr. and Trump Leaked; RFK Jr. Issues Apology (2:44) 3. Biden Planning Supreme Court Reform and May Back Presidential Immunity Constitutional Amendment (5:53) 4. Supreme Court Halts Execution of Texas Man Twenty…
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Koko was a lowland gorilla who had been taught to communicate with humans. But she wasn’t just asking for bananas! What she had to say astounded scientists around the world. Let’s find out about how one ape helped us make some of the most important discoveries about animal behavior in human history! Our Sponsors: * Check out Express VPN: expressvpn…
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Across the globe, summers are getting unseasonably, and scarily hot, and last year the United Nations announcing that we've entered the era of "global boiling." And yet it's hard to grapple with the damage caused by extreme heat. It's the deadliest kind of climate disaster, but victims of heat often die out of sight of the public eye. FEMA doesn't …
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Have you ever wondered which type of animal is most plentiful on Earth? Well, wonder no more, nerd! On this episode, animal expert Ellen Weatherford returns to guess the Top 10 Most Populous Animals on Earth, ranked by latest population estimates. PLUS...fun facts and trivia about each animal, what leads to huge populations, animal industrializatio…
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What's in Energy Drinks? Are all Energy Drinks the same? Are Energy Drinks good for kids? Have you started your FREE TRIAL of Who Smarted?+ for AD FREE listening, an EXTRA episode every week & bonus content? Sign up right in the Apple app, or directly at WhoSmarted.com and find out why more than 1,000 families are LOVING their subscription! Get off…
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1. Deeper Dive Into Judge's Decision to Dismiss Trump's Classified Documents Case (0:30) 2. Trump Chooses J.D. Vance as Vice-Presidential Pick; Here's What You Need to Know About Him (7:07) 3. Assassination Attempt Update: Thomas Crooks' Search History and Recent Purchases, Why Officers Weren't on the Roof (11:58) 4. RFK Jr. Given Secret Service Pr…
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Today, I’ve got a bit of a confession to make – I’ve started watching My Lady Jane on Amazon Prime and I’m loving it. From social media comments, I gather that as a historian, I’m meant to hate it, but nope, I love it! Based on the book by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows, it’s a fantasy with only a passing resemblance to actual history…
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1. Trump Names J.D. Vance as Pick for Vice President (0:35) 2. Attempted Assassination of Former President Trump + Q&A (1:53) 3. Republican National Convention Convenes; Here's What to Expect (18:11) 4. Judge Dismisses Trump's Classified Documents Case (20:41) Support ‘UNBIASED’ on Patreon. Watch this episode on YouTube. Follow Jordan on Instagram …
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Theft may be a common crime; but pinching a handbag or a wallet is soo last year. Let me ask you this instead: how would you go about swiping an entire beach, an iconic historical body part or $50,000 worth of prized bull semen? Believe it or not, these are just some of the dangerous, strange, and downright dumb things people have stolen. Intrigued…
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Send us a Text Message. Join Jim Chase as he snuggles up to the surprisingly rich and snark-worthy backstory of everyone's favorite childhood companion: the teddy bear. From a president’s act of mercy to a global phenomenon, teddy bears have seen it all. Discover how a tied-up bear, a candy shop owner, and a seamstress from Germany stitched themsel…
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After ragging on people who surely don't deserve the veneration they receive from faithful Christians around the world, for their questionable morality, or even dubious historicity, it's time for us to look at a heptad of saints who are genuinely good role models--at least on the surface.... For these saints (as opposed to Teresa of Calcutta), pove…
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What are the different kinds of Waves? How tall can Waves get? How do Waves make you seasick? Have you started your FREE TRIAL of Who Smarted?+ for AD FREE listening, an EXTRA episode every week & bonus content? Sign up right in the Apple app, or directly at WhoSmarted.com and find out why more than 1,000 families are LOVING their subscription! Get…
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Welcome back, Wonder World listeners! It's Pam and Olivia here, come along with us as we gallop through an array of fun holidays and festivities for the third week of July! Do you know what today is? It’s Monday, July 15th, which means it's Celebration of the Horse Day and National I Love Horses Day! To all you horse lovers out there, enjoy your da…
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This time it’s Ben’s turn to veer off course into questionable old school recipe territory… with a war rationing number and a truly irresponsible use of cream and tomato sauce (yes, together). Meanwhile, Em dabbles in whipped cream of all forms and creates a family recipe in the style of a ripple cake. [0:44] Whipped Cream Wars [5:02] The Worst Use…
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🎙️ Greetings, fellow adventurers! 🌊🏞️ Get ready for the awe-inspiring might of engineering marvels on this episode of "Random Ventures of an Indie Traveler." I'm your guide through the concrete marvels and turbulent waters, and today, our spotlight shines on none other than the iconic Hoover Dam! Buckle up for an unforgettable journey through time …
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From the Harborside Inn in Edgartown, MA with host Richard Sher Stereo Left: Carolyn Faye Fox, Arnie Reisman, Paula Lyons Stereo Right: Tony Kahn, Francine Achbar, Barry Nolan Music: The Dactyls (Frank Ferrell, Peter Barnes) Round 1: People in Places Round 2: Bluff (clyte) Round 3: There Are No Small Roles Round 4: Bluff (lagan) Round 5: Minor Deta…
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Immigration is one of the most important issues in this year’s presidential election. This week, On the Media traces how root causes of mass migration from Central America to the United States over the past decade stem back to the Cold War. Plus, a deep dive on terms like “colonialism” and “decolonization,” and what they mean in the context of Isra…
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Of all the tales from our big, blue oceans, the eery stories of ghost ships are easily the most terrifying. The crews of these mysterious ships suddenly vanish into thin air, leaving the abandoned vessels to sail for days - or even years - on the endless ocean waves. While many believe these spooky stories are all works of fiction, unmanned ships s…
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How do giant Cruise Ships operate? What can you find on a Cruise Ship? Where did 'Cruising' the ocean first start? Have you started your FREE TRIAL of Who Smarted?+ for AD FREE listening, an EXTRA episode every week & bonus content? Sign up right in the Apple app, or directly at WhoSmarted.com and find out why more than 1,000 families are LOVING th…
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Today, I have some fascinating facts to share about the Boleyn family, a family close to my heart. These tidbits might surprise you and give you a deeper insight into their intriguing history. Did you know that Anne Boleyn’s father inherited a unique family heirloom? Or that her mother was praised by a famous poet? There are also some mysteries abo…
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1. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Introduces Articles of Impeachment Against Justices Thomas and Alito; What Must a Justice Disclose? Who Governs the Justices? (0:37) 2. Congressional SAVE Act Controversy Explained; Can Noncitizens Vote in Federal and State Elections? (9:12) 3. Quick Hitters: US Intelligence Uncovers Russian Assassination Plan, US M…
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Send us a Text Message. Ever wonder how a glorified metal spring became a childhood icon? In this episode of "Backstories You Didn't Ask For," host Jim Chase takes you on a hilarious, snark-filled journey through the unexpected history of the Slinky. Discover how a naval engineer's clumsy mistake during World War II led to one of the most beloved t…
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Join Jasmine and Gracie as they explore the magical Galapagos Islands. In this podcast, Jasmine learns that the animals many of the animals got to the island millions of years ago by floating on rafts!! Jasmine wonders if she would like blue feet like the blue footed booby. Gracie is excited to meet the Galapagos Giant Tortoise. And there are lots …
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Join the Broadway Breakdown Discord Channel and get in on the fun! Link: https://discord.gg/UTGVBprYtr This week Matt is joined by author and historian Ben West to talk about his new must-have book: The American Musical, Evolution of an Art Form! The two discuss the variety of genres in which the musical theatre has its origins, deep-cut songs, and…
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1. Federal Judge Dismisses $500M Lawsuit Against Elon Musk Filed by Former Twitter Employees (0:32) 2. Governor Signs Executive Order to Implement Cell Phone Bans in K-12 Schools (3:43) 3. Follow-Up Project 2025 Q&A; Answering Your Questions (6:55) 4. Quick Hitters: Biden Administration Announces New Tariffs Targeting China's Goods, Congress Receiv…
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The human body may be incredibly complex, but many believe that we were “created” in the image of a perfect being. If we’re so “perfect”, then why do we only have one set of adult teeth? Why do our backs hurt all the time? And what is the deal with male nipples? Thankfully, I’ve drawn up a truly eye-opening list that gets to grips with all the poss…
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Send us a Text Message. In this snark-filled episode of "Backstories You Didn't Ask For," host Jim Chase slices into the surprisingly fascinating history of sliced bread. Discover how Otto Frederick Rohwedder, a jeweler with a penchant for precision, revolutionized the way we eat with his ingenious bread-slicing machine. From the chaos of pre-slice…
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Hershey. Snickers. Twix. Which chocolate bar has the most sugar? On this episode, candy expert Daniel Zafran returns to test Nick Emel’s chocolate candy knowledge with the Top 10 Most Sugary Chocolate Candy Bars, ranked by total grams of sugar in a single serving. PLUS... the history behind each candy bar, chocolate vs. non-chocolate candy, how sug…
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In January 2023, a TV show called In the Know debuted on Peacock. The comedy is a parody of a daily NPR show produced in New York City, with rather cringey characters portrayed by stop-motion puppets. Each episode also features an interview with a real person who appears on Zoom. The show is written by Zach Woods, Brandon Gardner, and Mike Judge, c…
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How big are The Everglades? What Animals live there? Are The Everglades dangerous? Have you started your FREE TRIAL of Who Smarted?+ for AD FREE listening, an EXTRA episode every week & bonus content? Sign up right in the Apple app, or directly at WhoSmarted.com and find out why more than 1,000 families are LOVING their subscription! Get official W…
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1. Biden's Primary Doctor Writes Letter Explaining Neurologist Visits (0:33) 2. GOP Releases Final Party Policy Platform Ahead of Convention; Here's What It Says (2:10) 3. Project 2025 Explained; Answering Your Questions (6:55) 4. Quick Hitters: Hunter Biden's Attorneys Withdraw Motion for New Trial, US Marshal Shoots Person Attempting Carjacking O…
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Dive into the mystical world of Tudor England with us as I explore the enigmatic prophecies surrounding Anne Boleyn! In an era rife with superstition, discover how visions and omens foretold the rise and fall of one of history's most captivating queens. From eerie books of prophecy to foreboding dreams and cryptic verses, see how these predictions …
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1. President Biden Sits for Interview with ABC; House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries Holds Meeting, Biden Sends Letter to Lawmakers, Public White House Logs Raise Questions About Possible Parkinson's Disease (0:32) 2. Republican National Committee Panel Approves Draft Proposal Changing Platform's Position on Federal Abortion Limits (7:45) 3. Boein…
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Whether it’s something kept hidden out of shame, or something you’re privately proud of, everyone has a secret they can never make public. Fortunately, thanks to internet anonymity, we can get our secrets off our chests to online strangers without anyone we know finding out. From utterly shameful confessions to truly bizarre attractions, here are s…
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What Happened to Catherine Howard’s Music Teacher? Ever wondered what became of the first man to be involved with Catherine Howard, her music teacher Henry Manox? While much is known about her tragic end and the fates of Francis Dereham and Thomas Culpeper, Manox’s story is often overlooked. In this video, I uncover the intriguing details of his re…
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