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Exploring Music History with Professor Robert Greenberg one Monday at a time. Every Monday Robert Greenberg explores some timely, perhaps intriguing and even, if we are lucky, salacious chunk of musical information relevant to that date, or to … whatever. If on (rare) occasion these features appear a tad irreverent, well, that’s okay: we would do well to remember that cultural icons do not create and make music but rather, people do, and people can do and say the darndest things.
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Psychedelics Today is the planetary leader in psychedelic education, media, and advocacy. Covering up-to-the-minute developments and diving deep into crucial topics bridging the scientific, academic, philosophical, societal, and cultural, Psychedelics Today is leading the discussion in this rapidly evolving ecosystem.
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Power, greed, religion and sex: historian Dan Jones brings the drama of mediaeval history to life through compelling stories, fascinating characters and vivid scenes. “A Dynasty to Die For” tells the story of the Plantagenets, one of the most powerful and dysfunctional families in European history. Their scandals, betrayals and bloody politics shaped the world we live in today. Season 4 tells the story of two kings, Henry and Edward, who are desperately trying to save their dynasty. Their co ...
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The award-winning Curiosity Daily podcast from CuriosityDaily.com will help you get smarter about the world around you. In less than 10 minutes, you’ll get a unique mix of research-based life hacks, the latest science and technology news, and more. Nate Bonham and Calli Gade will help you learn about your mind and body, outer space and the depths of the sea, and how history shaped the world into what it is today.Head to discovery+ to stream even more science content, from Animal Planet to Sc ...
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I’m breaking bread with big-name friends—old and new—for a delicious meal and candid convos that can only happen over a glass of wine. We're getting out of the studio and into my favorite restaurants across Los Angeles and New York City with people like Julie Bowen, Kristen Bell, Fred Armisen, Jesse Williams, Niecy Nash-Betts, and so many more. I know, a celebrity-interview podcast, who’s doing that? No one. Which is why I needed to. We’ll get vulnerable about everything from relationships a ...
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I'm Lindsay Holiday and I'm spilling the Tea on history! Join me every Tuesday for a steaming cup of the juiciest stories you won't learn in history class. Topics include Queens of the world, Royalty and Women's history. Check out my Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/lindsayholiday Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100091781568503 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/historyteatimelindsayholiday/ Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@historyteatime Help me ma ...
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The yesterday and today podcast is a fan-made, not for profit, just for fun compilation of chronological source materials as they pertain to the Beatles. This show is in no way affiliated with Apple Corps, nor any organization connected to John, Paul, George or Ringo in any way... though we do consider ourselves premiere members of the Bungalow Bill fun club. So kick back, turn off your mind, relax and download the stream...we hope you will enjoy the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/priv ...
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The Gangster Chronicles

The Black Effect and iHeartPodcasts

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Welcome to the "Gangster Chronicles", where Gangster Rap lives. Gangster Chronicles takes you on an unforgettable journey through the heart of hip-hop. with host, Bigg Steele, alongside the legendary MC Eiht, together, we're diving deep into the visceral world of Gangsta Rap. On this podcast, we unravel the intricate tapestry of one of music's most influential and misunderstood sub-genres, exploring the formative artists, monumental albums, and socio-political factors that have shaped Gangst ...
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Music History Today Network

Music History Today Podcast Network

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Your music podcast network for all things music history. The podcasts are: The Music History Today daily podcast: a briefing on the daily history of the glorious art form known as music Music Halls of Fame Weekly Podcast, where we celebrate a year in music and an inductee that year of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, along with examining whether a given artist of the week deserves to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, we talk about another Hall of Fame, music museum, or wa ...
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Drum History

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A podcast all about the rich history of the drums - and how they became what they are today! Join Bart van der Zee as he speaks with experts about the curious journey of the ever-evolving drum set.
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Tonight's Musical Guest, Today

Tonight's Musical Guest, Today

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The Beatles on Ed Sullivan. Nirvana on Saturday Night Live. Warren Zevon on David Letterman. Sometimes, late-night TV musical performances live on forever. Most don’t. But we still want to talk about them. Each week on “Tonight’s Musical Guest, Today”, long-time friends Alex Beaton and Jon Hillman dive in on the music and cultural memory of a band through the arc of their late-night TV performances. Watch along with Alex and Jon as they examine and react to these musical history moments pres ...
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There is a cynicism that hangs over the topic of American infrastructure – whether it’s high-speed rail or off-shore wind – it feels like this country can’t build big things anymore. No one project embodies that cynicism quite like what Bostonians call ‘The Big Dig.’ Infamous for its ever-increasing price tag, this massive highway tunneling effort was once ridiculed as the Big Mess, the Big Hole, the Big Pig, the Big Lie. But now, decades later the story looks more complicated. So how did th ...
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Sonic Fields is a new 7-part podcast which tells the story of a year-long deep dive into the British Music Festival. Sam Tyler meets the people and learns about the forces that have shaped the story since the late '60s, before taking a dizzying summer adventure across festivals of today and trying to find his place within it all. This is a story of how we arrived at our modern festival landscape. What even is a festival in 2024? Who are they for, and what might we have lost (or gained) along ...
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Get ready to sing with Solfege, tap & clap with Sweet Beets & discover the wonderful world of music with Prodigies Music Lessons! Host Mr. Rob presents simple echo songs, solfege exercises and musical appreciation to help build your musical ear, your understanding of the musical language, and your singing abilities. You can learn more about Mr. Rob & and a whole world of colorful music curriculum at Prodigies.com Give your kids an amazing music education today!!
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With close to 500 episodes and counting, Working Drummer Podcast is the source for those interested in what it’s like to be a professional drummer. Hosted by Matthew Crouse and Zack Albetta, Working Drummer covers it all with a dynamic range of pro drummers who represent many different genres and scenes. Each weekly interview features a different performer, sometimes with a less recognizable name, but always with an impressive and distinct body of work. This unique approach has garnered a lo ...
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The Oasis Podcast

The Oasis Podcast

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Oasis Podcast is the only podcast/ radio show dedicated to the most influential band of the 1990s, Oasis. We delve into the history of the group as well as discussing many other areas of music and pop culture through in depth interviews with people who experienced the phenomenon that was the rise of Oasis at the time. We discuss the impact on pop culture back then, plus their legacy today. With high production values we edit the shows together with archive material from the time, including r ...
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Tomorrow

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Welcome to the Sports Show of Tomorrow, Today! Experience the world's 1st full-blown VR 360 Podcast experience 🥽💫 You're not just watching the show - You're in it 👀 Join and be a part of Podcasting History Today! 🎙️ New episodes come out EVERY OTHER WEDNESDAY ☀️
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The 'MUBUTV Insider Podcast' Is a deep dive for listeners like you who want to educate, empower & engage their music career. We take you inside behind the scenes through a series of in depth conversations with today’s leading experts in the Music Industry including: A&R, Music Supervision, Artist Management, Marketing, Publicity, Touring and much much more. In today’s Music Industry you the artist have more power than in any other time in the history of the Music Industry. So it’s up to you, ...
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“The Good Ol’ Grateful Deadcast,” the official Grateful Dead podcast, is a series devoted to exploring the music and mythology behind one of the most enduring, progressive, and influential bands in the history of recorded music. The podcast’s tagline is “For The Committed And The Curious,” as episodes will invite new fans to explore the band’s enormous mythology in digestible chunks and enlighten life-long Dead Heads about corners of the band’s history they never knew existed. No topic will ...
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The Illuminati - the infamous conspiratorial obsession - wasn't always that way. It was the work of one man that brought the illuminati from obscure to omnipresent - John Todd. In the 1970s, Todd burst into the public eye with tales of secret societies and dark rituals, claiming to be an ex-witch linked to human sacrifices among the elite. But as his tales spread and followers grew, his web of secrets unraveled, and ultimately - he vanished. 'Cover Up: The Conspiracy Tapes' exposes the twist ...
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Chemistry is everywhere, and involves everything. But how did chemistry get to be what it is? I'm Steve Cohen, a chemist and writer, bringing you The History of Chemistry. This podcast explores the development of chemistry from prehistoric times to the present, including the people and societies who made chemistry what it is today. The History of Chemistry is for you, whether you hated chemistry in high school, or got a PhD in inorganic chemistry. We'll explore how chemistry affected art, mu ...
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Sacred Nine Project Podcast is an extension of Sacred Nine Project (sacrednine.com). The podcast thrives in the tension between the beauty and uniqueness of American music (particularly 18thc and 19thc) and the oddities and often problematic worldviews it reveals. By taking a look at this body of work, we can learn a lot about our country’s history, which tells a great deal about our country today, and ourselves. Join music professor and vocal/choral performer, C. Leonard Raybon, as he champ ...
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Two fifty-something music fanatics and entertainment industry veterans work through the decades to create a GenEx playlist and delve deep into the artists and songs that shaped their lives and continue to inspire them today. Listen along with Matt & Sheryl's GenExcellent Playlist on Spotify and Apple Music:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2dtoMOrC7FwrSIh70Tqi06?si=2a7bc45a03c44038
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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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Rock, Paper, Swords!

Matthew Harffy and Steven A. McKay

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The Historical Action and Adventure Podcast - making history come alive! Bestselling authors Matthew Harffy and Steven A. McKay chat about writing action and adventure stories, diving into some of the more quirky and unusual aspects of history, with a detour through music and its role in their process. Each episode covers different exciting themes, often with brilliant guests who help shed light on what Matthew and Steven have decided to talk about that week. Get bonus episodes and more by s ...
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Working People

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Working People: A podcast by, for, and about the working class today (now in partnership with In These Times magazine and The Real News Network). Working People is a podcast about working-class lives in 21st-century America. In every episode, you'll hear interviews with workers from around the country, from all walks of life. We'll talk about their life stories, their jobs, politics, and families, their joys and hopes and frustrations. Overall, Working People aims to share and celebrate the ...
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Quality podcasts since 1982. Klangextase describes not only an intense musical - electronic enjoyment, but as well a story. A story that started with friends who met a few years ago to produce electronic music and mixes together. The first joint sets were soon published online as a live stream, followed by sets of friends and acquaintances. The community grew over the years, as well did the number of different artists and their podcasts and tracks. Soon as well international artists enriched ...
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"What's Good Denver" is a culture and events discovery show about Denver, Colorado. Each week we explore the best of what the Mile High City has to offer, from new restaurants and bars to live music and comedy shows. We also talk to local experts about the latest trends in Denver culture, and share our own personal recommendations for things to do and see. Whether you're a longtime Denverite or just visiting for the first time, What's Good Denver is the perfect way to discover all that the c ...
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Life in the Talbot Settlement

Backus-Page House Museum

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Western Elgin County, Southwestern Ontario, Canada history. Produced by Tyrconnell Heritage Society, operators of Backus-Page House Museum. Host - Angela Foreman-Bobier, Executive Director Music - Jack Witmer Producer - Katlyn Reintsma We acknowledge the land we are on today as the traditional territory of Indigenous People. As settlers at a settler focused museum, we value both the significant historic and contemporary contributions of all Original Peoples and ask how we can be supportive i ...
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EarWax is Amoeba Music's first podcast! Hosts Hilary and Cody chat about new releases and in-store events, so you are always up to date on the goings on of the world's largest independent record store. Each week, we tell the story of one particular album. How was it made? Where does it exist in our history? What effect did it have then, and how does it affect us today? EarWax is two longtime record store clerks doing what we do best - learning about and sharing the stories behind the albums ...
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A brush with...

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A brush with..., sponsored by Bloomberg Connects, is a podcast by The Art Newspaper that features in-depth conversations with leading international artists. Host Ben Luke asks the questions you've always wanted to: who are the artists, historical and contemporary, they most admire? Which are the museums they return to? What are the books, music and other media that most inspire them? What do they get up to in the studio every day? And what is art for, anyway? The podcast offers a fascinating ...
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Doth Protest

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Doth Protest is a podcast on church history and how the theology of the 16th-century Reformers can inform us today. It is hosted by Episcopal priest Rev. Andrew Christiansen along with Stephen Burnett and Rev. James Rickenbaker. It also features interviews with theologians and scholars of church history. Show music is done by Aaron Shows. We can be listened to on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and more. Follow us on Twitter @DothProtestPod FB & Instagram @doth.pro_ref.pod
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On Ask Dr. Drew, no question is too extreme or embarrassing because the Dr. has heard it all. For over 30 years, Dr. Drew Pinsky has taken calls from all corners of the globe, answering thousands of questions from teens and young adults. To millions, he is a beacon of truth, integrity, fairness, and common sense. Now, after decades of hosting Loveline and multiple hit TV shows – including Celebrity Rehab, Teen Mom OG, Lifechangers, and more – Dr. Drew is opening his phone lines to the world ...
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Validated

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When it comes to blockchain, the thing people talk about most — the price — is actually the least interesting part. Crypto conversations are too often about who’s up and who’s down, what to buy and what to sell, and today’s drama on Twitter. Most conversations about crypto miss how it’s going to change ... everything. On VALIDATED, we’ll be talking to the people who are rethinking the internet — and our world. No hype cycles. No financial advice. Just conversations on the biggest ideas shapi ...
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How do today’s masters create their art? American Masters: Creative Spark presents narrative interviews that go in-depth with an iconic artist about the creation of a single work. Each episode offers a unique window into the world of art and the creative process of artists and cultural icons across a wide range of disciplines, from music and comedy to poetry and film. Explore more at www.pbs.org/creativespark
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The Texas State University School of Music annually hosts notable figures in choral music today. TXST Choirs Today! Dr. Jonathan Babcock of the Texas State Choral Faculty interviews our campus visitors on their music, their passion and their craft. Guests include conductors Craig Hella Johnson (Artistic Director, Conspirare), Z. Randall Stroope (Director of Choral Activities, Oklahoma State University) & Craig Jessop (conductor emeritus The Mormon Tabernacle Choir), as well as composers Gwyn ...
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"The History of Bangalore" explores Bangalore's evolution from its early beginnings in the 8th century AD through the eras of princely rule, the rise of the British Raj, and ultimately, the dawn of Indian independence in 1947. Join us as we uncover the power struggles, alliances, and battles that shaped this dynamic city. Expect a captivating blend of scholarly research and engaging storytelling. We'll delve into the reigns of powerful kings, the rise and fall of empires, and the events that ...
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On the July 21 edition of Music History Today podcast, It's Stormy Weather for Lena Horne and Diana Ross, the Wall gets performed in front of the Wall, and the beginning of the end of Milli Vanilli happened and yours truly was there to witness it. Plus, it's Cat Stevens's birthday. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscrib…
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“A growing body of evidence suggests that the widespread rollout of the novel Covid-19 mRNA vaccine products is contributing to an alarming rise in disability and excess deaths,” reads the opening of The Hope Accord, which calls for the immediate suspension of mRNA products. The document has been signed by over 41,000 supporters, including 1300 sci…
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Today I’m dropping a bonus episode to introduce you to one of my favorite history podcasts, History Daily. Every weekday host Lindsay Graham takes you back in time to explore an event that happened ‘on this day’ in history. The show covers everything from famous battles to fashion firsts; medicine, science, technology, religion, politics and sports…
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Andrew and James were blessed to be joined by church historian Gerald Bray. In this episode, Dr. Bray discusses his studies of the early church father Tertullian, how we got the Christian Bible, and how people in the early church read, received, and interpreted the Bible. Tune in for a fascinating conversation. Dr. Gerald Bray is research professor…
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On the July 20 edition of Music History Today podcast, Joey Ramone takes the lead, Billboard gets two mentions, and Little Steve walks down E Street. Plus, it's some big birthdays today, including one who we recently lost. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, whereve…
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On July 13, 20yo Thomas Matthew Crooks allegedly stole a rifle from his parents and attempted to assassinate President Donald Trump at a rally in Butler, Pennsylvania. How did this happen, why did this happen… and why are many people doubting it happened at all? John Cardillo is a former NYPD officer, radio and TV host. Follow him at https://x.com/…
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In this episode of Vital Psychedelic Conversations, Johanna interviews Monica Nieto: Vital graduate, psychedelic facilitator and integration coach, and founder of Holistic TherapeutiX, a retreat center offering cannabis and breathwork retreats; and Jordana Ma: past Vital instructor and psychological counselor who runs retreats in Peru following the…
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Today, you’ll learn about how sleep isn’t the brain detoxifier we thought it was, a new glass made out of bamboo, and the connection between leprosy and red squirrels in medieval England. Sleeping Brain “Sleep does not help brain wash out toxins, study suggests.” by Hannah Devlin. 2024. “The sleep-deprived human brain.” by Adam J. Krause, et al. 20…
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On the July 19 edition of Music History Today podcast, Mike Tyson and Joan Jett make history in a very superstitious way, Movin' Out moves into Chicago, and the Beatles cry Help! Also, it's Brian May's birthday. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get y…
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A world of machine art would be an eerie one. Art connects us to one another. We cannot, and we should not, replace that connection with an uncanny simulacrum of it. Read by Helen Lloyd. Image: The Tribuna of the Uffizi by John Zoffany. Credit: PAINTING / Alamy Stock PhotoBy Engelsberg Ideas Podcasts
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If you would like to help us with our running costs, and get exclusive bonus episodes every month, a FREE copy of our book, Tips on Writing, Publishing and Marketing your Book, and other cool perks, check out our Patreon page here - https://www.patreon.com/RockPaperSwordsPodcast D. V. Bishop is the author of the award-winning Cesare Aldo historical…
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Lawrence Freedman profiles the Fortune journalist and best-selling author who played a key role in shaping mid-20th century perceptions of strategy and the role of the corporation. Read by Sebastian Brown. Image: From left to right: Dorothy McDonald (wife of John, née Eisner), Leon Trotsky and John McDonald in Coyoacan, Mexico, in the 1930s. McDona…
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This week on the Music Hall of Fame Podcast, we honor the year in music for 2001, along with a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 2001. We also look at the case for putting The Specials into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, our spotlight hall of fame isn't a hall, per se: it's the Library of Congress National Recording Registry …
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Today, you’ll learn about how reading fiction could make you smarter, the first ever likely transmission of bird flu from a cow to a human, and how a beluga whale communicates with its squishy head. Fiction Readers “People who read a lot of fiction tend to have better cognitive skills, study finds.” by Eric W. Dolan. 2024. “Cognitive effects and co…
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Let's get funky, smooth, and our heads in the game. Curtis Mayfield is coming in hot! Cody and Hilary discuss the scope of Curtis Mayfield's work, and how much his thumbprint is all over the Civil Rights movement. Mayfield's growing voice and subject matter was personal enough for him to step away from the Impressions, setting the stage for a solo …
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On the July 18 edition of Music History Today podcast, someone gets to 1 million likes on Facebook, Def Leppard debuts, and Lollapalooza begins. Also, it's Sir Richard Branson's birthday. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MU…
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In this episode of History of Bangalore, join host Ramjee Chandran as he delves into the reign of Kirtivarman I, the son of Pulakesin I, the founder of the Chalukya dynasty. We explore how Kirtivarman solidified his father's ambitions, consolidating power and expanding the Chalukyan territory. Discover tales of his conquests, the strategic importan…
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The historian and broadcaster Alice Loxton joins the EI team to discuss her forthcoming book, Eighteen: A History of Britain in 18 Young Lives, and her fight to bring serious history to a wider public. Image: A jigsaw puzzle from the early nineteenth century, bearing representations of the Kings and Queens of England from William I to George IV. Cr…
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David Chiverton is a Miami Florida native who continues to work and live in south Florida. The cultural diversity in Miami as well as his upbringing in the gospel church both played a heavy role in shaping him into the musician he is today. He has toured internationally with various major talents such as Lauryn Hill, Jon Secada, Donnie McClurkin an…
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Today, you’ll learn about a new and stimulating method that could potentially help smokers kick the habit, an innovative copper coating that kills bacteria on touchscreens, and the little birds that sometimes make for great stepdads. Tobacco Treatment “Can brain stimulation help people kick their tobacco addiction?” by Eric W. Dolan. 2024. “Why Won…
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On the July 17 edition of Music History Today podcast, the world loses Billie Holiday, John Lennon gets told to leave, and Handel gives us Water Music. Also, it's Phoebe Snow's birthday. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUS…
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In this episode, Joe interviews Jon Reiss: critically acclaimed filmmaker, author, and host of the Plantscendence podcast, which tells people’s psychedelic stories and is beginning its second season soon. He talks about his early days of directing Nine Inch Nails and Type O Negative videos, and how Plantscendence was born after he realized that the…
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Democracy 101 is the monthly podcast series from Cumberland Lodge giving a comprehensive introduction to democracy. In this episode, we speak to Matteo Bergamini, Founder and CEO of Shout Out UK, about what mis-, dis-, and mal-information are, what issues arise because of false information, and what can be done to combat it.…
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In this episode, Austin chats with Ray Jacobson (Audius) about what decentralization unlocks for the music streaming ecosystem. In contrast with legacy streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music, Audius leverages blockchain to increase accounting transparency for artists. The platform allows artists to have more control over monetization meth…
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On this week's episode of the Music History In Depth Podcast, a band turns a silly long song into the beginning of the end of the hair band era, a music festival trilogy that started out with peace and love ends in greed & violence, and we say happy birthday to a few music legends and a pretty cool record label owner who happens to be a billionaire…
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If you google “Princess Charlotte of Wales” you will be greeted by pictures of William and Catherine’s adorable daughter, born in 2015. But there was another Princess Charlotte of Wales, born over 200 years earlier who had a much different life. She endured the neglect of parents who hated each other and the abuse of a father who saw her as competi…
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“30 Rock” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” star Jane Krakowski joins the show. Over cloud-like pita bread, we reminisce about when I was Jane’s Starbucks barista, our iconic “Carpool Karaoke” moment and why wigs hold a special place in our hearts. This episode was recorded at Zaytinya at The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad in NYC. Learn more about your…
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On the July 16 edition of Music History Today podcast, Michael Jackson does a private concert, Cream is born, and a couple of artists call it quits with their groups. Also, it's Stewart Copeland's birthday. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your p…
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King Edward physically attacks his son, the heir to the throne, in a shocking display of violence. The reason for this outburst? The young prince’s relationship with his favourite knight, Piers Gaveston. The way Edward sees it, if he doesn’t split these two apart, the entire kingdom will suffer. But the old king is running out of time. A Sony Music…
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Part 1 of the next chapter of this festival story. Over 2 episodes we journey from The Battle of the Beanfield in '85 right up to Castlemorton Common in '92. Britain's biggest ever Illegal rave. But first, we need to stop via a field in Glastonbury, on the summer solstice in 1990... Contact sam@incrediblesociety.co.uk @incrediblesocietypresents on …
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Indispensability The title of this blog – “An Indispensable Person” – might be considered controversial. That’s because any number of very smart people would argue that there is, in fact, so such thing as an “indispensable person.” According to both Presidents Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt: “There is no indispensable man.” Said President Jo…
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On the July 15 edition of Music History Today podcast, Johnny Cash gets dropped, and it's time for Gangnam Style and Rock of Love. Plus, there's a ton of birthdays including Linda Ronstandt, Ian Curtis, and Marky Ramone.For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever y…
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UK media called Mike Fairclough “Britain’s most outspoken headmaster” (and “hunky head” 🤔 ) when he resigned in protest over pandemic lockdowns, mask mandates, and mRNA vaccines for children. Brilyn Hollyhand – age 18 – just published his first book about restoring American freedom. Perhaps there’s hope for Gen-Z after all. • SPONSORED BY GOLDEN CR…
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Hello and welcome back to the Oasis Podcast, the ultimate guide to Oasis. Today's episode is dedicated to @SusanTadayon AKA RSoo who has sadly died after a long battle with cancer Interview today is with @AnnaDoble, author of the great new book "Connection Is A Song". You can buy it here - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Connection-Song-Coming-Through-Mus…
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This week, one person’s roadside weed is another’s “golden” treasure. So says a North Carolina fiber artist. We also talk with a children's book author about a school system that suspended its community reading program over concerns about the sex of her book's main character — an oak tree. And, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library program is now avai…
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In which we learn of the history of graphite, its molecular structure, and electrical properties. Then we discuss the isolation of thinner and thinner layers of graphite through the mid-to-late 20th century. The first isolation of a single atomic layer of graphite, called graphene, was accomplished in 2004 by Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, wh…
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On the July 14 edition of Music History Today podcast, the MPEG-1 gets a name change, a soon to be famous judge makes Tom Jones pay child support, and the Who begin. Also, it's Woody Guthrie's birthday. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podca…
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Dave Rubin the host of The Rubin Report, and the author of “Don’t Burn This Book: Thinking for Yourself in an Age of Unreason”. In an effort to combat big tech censorship, Rubin founded Locals.com, a subscription based digital platform that empowers creators to be independent by giving them control over their content and data. Follow Dave at https:…
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One-hit wonder? Yes. Decade-spanning mythology rooted in the ethos of societal and human genome collapse? Also yes. Fortune-tellers, DIY punk legends, new wave heroes? Yes, yes, and yes. It's DEVO week! Joining the show as the first entrant into the two-timers guest club is TMGT theme song creator and best friend of the pod Kenny! The spuds from Oh…
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Born in Dunaújváros, Hungary, Curtiss has been living in Switzerland for 12 years with his wife and two children. His musical career began in 2009 in Dunaújváros, where he played a significant role in the city's biggest house parties for years. He has performed in numerous bars and clubs across Hungary and Switzerland. In 2016, he launched his onli…
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On the July 13 edition of Music History Today podcast, Live Aid happened, Queen debuted, and Marconi got his patent. Also, it's Deborah Cox's birthday. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODAY PODCAST NETWORK LI…
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When did rock n’ roll stop fighting the power and become vaccine salespeople? Five Times August is the solo act of singer / songwriter Brad Skistimas. In early 2021, Five Times August began releasing a series of protest songs taking aim at Covid-era regulations, reaching #1 on several Amazon and Apple Music charts. Skistimas was the first completel…
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