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A poor young boy from the slums of London watches a royal procession pass, with the youthful Prince of Wales riding at its head. He ventures too close and is caught and beaten by the Prince's guards. However, the young royal stops them and invites the vagrant to the palace. Here the two boys sup alone and are stunned to discover that they bear a startling resemblance to each other. The Prince is Edward, long awaited heir of the monarch, Henry VIII, while the vagrant is Tom Canty, the son of ...
 
Created and produced by three best friends, Wishbonafide is a podcast that brings new life to the 90s children’s TV show “Wishbone" and humorously tackles the literary integrity and tween frame story of the original TV program. To check out more content, go to Wishbonafide.com.
 
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This week I talk about the day I finally found the flexi of this great song by the legendary REDD KROSS after a 25 year search. Woohoo! This rates as one of my all time favourite Redd Kross tunes and I am surprised it’s never been reissued on anything. You can listen right now by clicking on THIS LINK. You can also subscribe in iTunes. Yay!…
 
This week I talk about San Francisco’s very own self-proclaimed Snack Rock band, The Go-Nuts! This release on Planet Pimp Records is the perfect soundtrack for snacking. And why not? I don’t know much about these guys but I do know that I like what they put out and I love food, especially donuts. It’s fun and goofy and The Go-Nuts are my kind of lo…
 
How could a war be beneficial for fiscal capacity? Why did some mercantilist states become wealthy, free-trading empires while others faded into obscurity? Prof. Didac Queralt of Yale University provides some surprising answers in this episode of the History Twins Podcast.By HistoryTwins
 
We interview Prof. Jonathan Schulz of George Mason University on the Catholic Church, cousin marriage, and psychological variations between countries. Discover the Church´s Marriage and Family Program and its impact on development and institutions. Learn why and how the MFP was so pervasive, affecting all levels of society.…
 
We interview Prof. John Marsh of the Pennsylvania State University on subjects from the Gilded Age to the Great Depression. Discover political bosses, Orson Welles's War of the Worlds broadcast, and the emotional reaction to the greatest economic catastrophe in American history.By HistoryTwins
 
We interview Prof. Kyle Harper of the University of Oklahoma on the Roman collapse. Discover the disease events and climatic transitions which brought down one of the greatest empires ever known. Learn what's wrong with the slavery-to-serfdom theory and why even relatively poor Romans owned slaves.By HistoryTwins
 
We interview Prof. Peter Baldwin of UCLA on the divide between US and European politics, Anglo-American vs Continental copyright law, and European reaction to the spread of disease. Discover how different are the US and Europe really are, how Europe combated an enemy it barely understood, and the two theories of copyright law which dominate the wor…
 
We interview UCLA's Prof. Anthony Pagden on the history and political theories behind empire, from early colonial Spain to 18th-century France and Britain to 19th-century Germany. How were empires justified? Why did they collapse, and how did revolutionaries justify their (questionable) actions? Discover the relation between political theory, pract…
 
Perhaps Jesus said to "turn the other cheek", but these men of the cloth were made of sterner stuff. We interview Prof. Lawrence Duggan of the University of Delaware on clerical armsbearing. Discover the role of the warrior popes, the Crusades, and Liberation Theology in spreading clerical militancy.…
 
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