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Best Oral History podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Oral History podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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This audio drama invites your ears to visit Slumberland, a small island town in the US. Come along with Thomas Edward M, the freelance soundman. He's been hired to meet the locals and record their oral histories for the town's time capsule. The unfolding history of the town mixes folklore, paranormal, mystery and humor.
 
NAMM’s resident Music Historian Dan Del Fiorentino and co-hosts Michael Mullens, and Ashley Allison examine the innovative creations, evolution of musical instruments, the changing world of music retail, music industry icons, and other topics covered in NAMM’s Oral History program. The NAMM Oral History program boasts over 4,500 interviews and is continually growing. For more information about NAMM’s Oral History program please visit https://www.namm.org/library.
 
The Oral History Center (formerly the Regional Oral History Office), which was founded in 1954 and is a division of The Bancroft Library, documents the history of California, the nation, and the interconnected global arena. The OHC produces carefully researched, audio/video-recorded and transcribed oral histories and interpretative historical materials for the widest possible use.
 
Fifteen years ago, the American television landscape changed forever with the launch of a new series that struggled initially, but became one of television’s most beloved and enduring comedies. “An Oral History of The Office” pulls back the curtain on what went into creating this unstoppable force in American popular culture and why it continues to resonate with new audiences today. Hosted by Brian Baumgartner (Kevin Malone) and produced by Propagate Content, the podcast features interviews ...
 
Country Queers is a podcast featuring oral history interviews with rural and small-town LGBTQIA+ folks in the U.S. Season One uplifts often unheard stories of rural queer experiences across intersecting layers of identity including race, class, gender identity, age, religion, and occupation. Drawing on a collection of interviews gathered since 2013 by host and producer R. Garringer, this podcast aims to complicate our collective ideas about rural spaces and queer communities.
 
Since 2002 Alpinist has striven to push creative boundaries with everything we do, from award-winning climbing journalism and creative writing to photography and art. Now, with the Alpinist podcast, we aim to extend our conversations with climbers and community members into interviews and oral histories that will entertain and educate our listeners with everything from dramatic and humorous adventure tales to in-depth discussions of the most significant issues in the climbing world today. Mo ...
 
Welcome to Fowl Players Radio- the official podcast of The Fowl Players of Perryville!This Podcast is an oral history of art, music, entertainment, and pop culture in the Mid Atlantic Region featuring interviews of those who made it happen. Authors, artists, musicians, actors, directors, filmmakers, TV personalities- you name it, we've got it! Hosted by Michael Spedden.
 
Over 100 years ago, my great grandfather, Roy E. Lane made his mark on Waco by designing the ALICO Building, Hippodrome, and other well-known landmarks. With the help of my co-host, Dr. Stephen Sloan of Baylor’s Institute for Oral History, I’m learning about Waco’s known and unknown past. I’m Randy Lane, and this is the Waco History Podcast. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/waco-history-podcast/support
 
Everyone is essential to someone. I am endeavoring to create an oral history of the moment, as told through the voices of real people from every walk of life. From Corona to protests and everything in between. Daily since 4/16/20 I'm talking to front-line, tires on the ground, essential workers and people for the foreseeable future. You'll hear from doctors, nurses, firemen, food-service workers, Broadway performers, teachers, musicians, kids, personal trainers, and maybe even a celebrity or ...
 
Voices of Oklahoma.com is dedicated to the preservation of the oral history of Oklahoma. Voices and stories of famous Oklahomans and ordinary citizens are captured forever in their own words. Oil and gas, ranching, politics, education and more are all visited in these far-ranging interviews. Students researching any of these areas can listen to first-person accounts of the way life was and draw from knowledge that may guide and shape their future. In addition to students, any visitor will fe ...
 
A weekly podcast: Join Dave Pickering on his journey to get better acquainted with the people he knows. Part interview show, part oral history project and part autobiography through conversation. British Podcast Award 2017 winner (bronze in Best Interview category) GBA was nominated for a 2012 Radio Production Award, aired for 3 seasons on Resonance 104.4 FM and was featured on BBC Radio 4's In Pod We Trust, BBC Radio 5 Live’s Helen and Olly's Required Listening and has been recommended by T ...
 
Queen of S-Mountain is a music podcast hosted by LG, the front-woman for the greatest, all-female, queer, southern rock band of all time, Thelma and the Sleaze. Season One featured tour storytelling, with an oral history of the band, advice for DIY rockers, and hard truths about the music industry. A dark and funny critique of the State of Music and life on the road for touring musicians. Season Two showcases the women of rock in this cultural moment, with tales of triumph, highlighting both ...
 
This is a series of recordings that took place at the Lee County Public Library between a group of Senior Citizens, twice a month (second and fourth Tuesdays of the month), regarding our towns histories and cultures. This meeting started in April 2017 and is still continuing today! So come on out and lets talk about our community and its origins!
 
Accuracy Third is a collection of stories from participants of Burning Man. Your hosts Rex, D-Day, and editor Beth compile, comment upon, and share your tales of dusty adventure. Featuring in-studio interviews as well as submitted content, Accuracy Third attempts to create a record of the ephemeral magic of our annual art party. Listen and share your stories at accuracythird.com
 
These oral histories were produced as part of the Crafty Sew and Sows Project in Cambridgeshire. Led by the charity Red2Green, funded by the HERITAGE LOTTERY FUND and delivered in partnership with Swaffham Primary School and Bottisham Village College. Michael Snodgrass from Red2Green managed the Crafty Sew & Sows project. Kulwant Dhaliwal of Hi8us Midlands collaborated with project participants to produce the oral histories with support from staff at each of the partner organisations.
 
Hi, I’m Ilana Landsberg-Lewis, your host of Grandmothers on the Move, the podcast that kicks old stereotypes to the curb! Come meet these creative, outrageous, authentic, adventurous, irreverent and powerful Disrupters and Influencers. Grandmothers – from the living room to the courtroom – making powerful contributions in every walk of life. We know them most intimately as loving caregivers, the older women in our lives with a thousand stories about their grandchildren and pictures in their ...
 
Hosted by Anthony King, NEON BADGES is an oral history lesson on some of the most iconic cops movies from 80s, 90s, and today. Each episode will tell the behind-the-scenes stories of how these films came to be. NEON BADGES is a REBELLER Podcast Network original.
 
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A chance discovery on a trip to London sends a producer on the hunt to secure the rights - and a TV network - to produce a series with the potential to redefine comedy in the US. Hosted and Executive Produced by Brian Baumgartner. Executive Producer/Showrunner: Linh Le. Executive Producers for Propagate: Ben Silverman, Howard Owens and Drew Buckley…
 
Greek geometry is written in a style adapted to oral teaching. Mathematicians memorised theorems the way bards memorised poems. Several oddities about how Euclid’s Elements is written can be explained this way. Transcript Greek geometry is oral geometry. Mathematicians memorised theorems the way bards memorised poems. Euclid’s Elements was almost l…
 
When high schooler Larah Helayne heard MGH’s episode with Jean O’Leary, it changed the course of her life. Plans to become a nun gave way for a new role as an LGBTQ trailblazer. In this season finale, we celebrate the history-makers who came before and those who follow in their footsteps. Visit the webpages for our Season Two episodes with Jean O'L…
 
Howard Whitmore is a Middle School Choir Director in NJ, where he also advises the African American Culture Club and the Gender & Sexuality Alliance. He is also the president of Mystic Vision Players, a non-profit theatre company based in Linden, NJ, and a seasoned performer who has performed in hundreds of shows. Howard and I talked about the curr…
 
General content note for the series: death, dementia, old age, mental health issuesExtra content note: grief, suicide, terminal illness, abuse, bereavementIn the final full episode of the podcast using content funded by the British Podcast Awards and the Wellcome Trust I talk to counselor and psychotherapist Karen Pollock MBACP about grief and deat…
 
Jared Mancuso is a Buddy Holly Tribute Artist who is currently living in the middle of Arizona at what is maybe not the best time to be living in Arizona. He is also an accomplished musician, both solo and as a band member, playing several instruments, all of which he taught himself. He is ALSO an outspoken Progressive and Bernie Sanders supporter,…
 
Robert Darville grew up working in his father’s café during WWII. In this episode, he shares his memories of the food service business in the days before chain restaurants. His father was a welder at the McComb Railroad Maintenance Shop in the evenings and ran his own lunch counter in the mornings. Darville explains what made the hamburgers at the …
 
Thank you for downloading the 3028, a show about Disney history and Disney listory. This week, Matt and Kevin look back on the history of the Disney theme parks and coffee, including an examination of the new(er) relationship with themed Starbucks shops in every Disney theme park across the world. SUPPORT THE SHOW For graphic design, including post…
 
Irene Radley is a California-certified Massage Therapist, a Reiki Master, a Neurolinguistic Transformation Coach, a Qigong, Yoga, and Advanced Food Healing instructor. She explained what most of that means too!!' Irene is a ray of light. I thoroughly enjoyed learning about every nook and cranny of the wellness industry, and also just laughing with …
 
In which we do something new on the show by bringing in a guest! Topics include reactions to progressive changes in Canada and imperialist satire. Using T.C. Haliburton's seminal comedy 'The Clockmaker', we explore the other side of the more liberal sentiments forming in the 1830s.--Canada's cultural history has long been overlooked. Through the us…
 
Nick Montesano is so many things: a father, director, mentor, educator, husband, brother, institution of NJ Community Theater, and the list goes on. I first met Nick as a 16 year old who had just lost his mother, and he gave me the gift of casting me in the NJ premiere of "Tommy". Over the ensuing 25 years, I've gotten to know Nick as a warm, compa…
 
Aria and Catherine of Nutley for Black Lives, are two of the youngest, and also the most impressive, guest I've had on the show to date. These two young women are motivated and focused on getting their message out, and I am proud to give them whatever platform I can. Recently, they participated in a march in Nutley, NJ which drew headlines when a g…
 
Tangent - GogouliThis is the first episode in the occasional Tangent series, where topics that don’t fit into the structure of the narrative episodes can get their fair shake. TIKH explores the brewing historical controversy over the nature of the Kingdom of Goguryeo.Find more TIKH episodes and other series under the Pages section on the right.List…
 
Jonesy is a comedian and actor who has been seen on shows such as The Unbreakable Kimmie Schmidt and Gotham. He is also the host of the daily podcast, "Weird AF News" in which he reports on crazy news stories from around the globe. He was on tour in Japan when COVID hit, and his takes on the difference between the situations there and here are hila…
 
The Bay Area is home to the San Francisco Chinatown, the first Chinatown in the United States. What were the daily lives like of Chinese American youths living in Bay Area Chinatowns, Berkeley, or Emeryville, in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s? This is “Rice All the Time?,” an oral history performance about their experiences, brought to you in an audio for…
 
In this latest edition of WUKY's award winning history program Saving Stories, Dr. Doug Boyd with the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History in the UK Libraries presents audio from a collection of interviews Robert Penn Warren conducted in 1964 on the unfolding Civil Rights Movement. On April 27, 1964 Penn Warren battled through equipment issues to …
 
Matt Schilke spent his quarantine with the Finnish Army. He has dual citizenship and decided that he would serve. Excellent timing on his part. This is really a fascinating story of how a country you probably don't know that much about handled the COVID outbreak, but also one of an intelligent young man who has a thirst for adventure. Loved every m…
 
In this episode, I talk to scholar Megan Linton about the history and current status of residential institutions for autistic and neurodiverse youth in Canada. Content warning: Discussion of sexual assault, institutional abuse. Click to hear the audio below or find the podcast on Stitcher here and iTunes here https://noncompliantpodcast.files.wordp…
 
Frank Guastela is an award-winning music producer, sound engineer and videographer. His companies, ISH Productions & Creative World Media, have provided music and visuals for many artists such as CeeLo Green, Wu Tang Clan, Raekwon, Talib Kweli, Styles P, KRS-One, John Amos and many others. He also won an Emmy for his documentary I Can't...I Have Re…
 
General content note for the series: death, dementia, old age, mental health issuesAdditional content note: euthanasia/suicideBut no matter what he forgets, it can’t take away the love we have shared, that existed, and will always have existed, even when he has forgotten it; even when he is no longer alive to remember it; even when I have forgotten…
 
Samantha Fargione has done Anna and Elsa's hair and makeup. On Broadway. Did you think I meant the actual, fictional characters? Anyway, she has also worked as a Hair and Makeup Specialist on such shows as Phantom of the Opera, Finding Neverland, Kinky Boots, and The King and I. She did all this after going to Juilliard for Hair and Makeup, one of …
 
Ruth Colter attended school in Natchez from the first grade through high school during the 1930s. In this episode, she shares her memories of those days and life in Natchez during WWII. During the war, thousands of young men from across the country came to Mississippi for basic training. Colter recalls how the Military Maids assisted these new recr…
 
This is the 80th episode of The Essential Lighter Side in 80 Days!! For a portion of my angsty teenage years, Mike O'Keefe was something of a celebrity. He was "Improv Guy", and he ran (and runs) Improv Jam, which me and all of my friends used to go see almost every weekend. It was one of the first, and definitely is one of the most enduring, impro…
 
Sara and I went to high school together in a suburb of NYC called Manalapan. It was one of those seemingly perfect places, which now has a seemingly endless list of alumni who suffer with substance use disorder. Sara told me a story of a long road to recovery, one filled with setbacks and toxic relationships, but ultimately one of inspiration and h…
 
The Three Kingdoms, Part 1In this episode we explore two centuries in the political and military history of the Kingdom of Goguryeo from where we left off in Episode III (about the year 100CE) to the death of King Micheon in 331.Thanks to Wulf, you can find notes for this episode here.Find the Topics in Korean History series and other series under …
 
The Early Tribal KingdomsIn Episode III the defeated Yemaek tribes of the Gojoseon reform and reorganize as the kingdom of Goguryeo and quickly become the dominant player in Manchuria. We also explore important places and events in the southern Korean peninsula.Find more TIKH episodes and other series under the Pages section on the right.Listen bel…
 
TIKH01 - Topics in Korean History series: Korean Geography and Prehistory This series is one that I came upon sometime in 2011. Alex has since pulled the web site and I debated long and hard about republishing. I will attempt to edit out references to the defunct sites, although I missed one at the beginning of this episode. I will be concluding ea…
 
It's the 4th of July, and what better way to celebrate than with Louis Palena and Jordan Brennan, two of my dear friends from my days at the Bucks County Playhouse and beyond. We talked about their coming out stories; we talked about that time Louis went to Russia and almost got invaded by rebels (yuh huh); we talked about how difficult it can be f…
 
Thank you for downloading the 3028, a show about Disney history and Disney listory. This week, Matt and Kevin celebrate America's Independence Day by exploring the many flags found around the Disney theme parks. SUPPORT THE SHOW For podcast or business logos, themed art, digital graphics, and more, contact Kevin Quigley at kevinquigleydesign.com Fo…
 
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