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Satisfy your curiosity with the latest in science, space, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.
 
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Sidedoor
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More than 154 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults. But where the public’s view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers and astrophysicists, host Lizzie Peabody sneaks listeners through the Smithsonian’s side door, telling stories that can’t be heard anywhere else. Check out si.edu/sidedoor and follow @SidedoorPod for more info.
 
Radio Eye is a reading service for people who are blind or have other disabilities that make it difficult to read printed material. Smithsonian Magazine is a weekly half-hour reading of the magazine, broadcast on Thursdays. This is produced by Radio Eye under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized entities that are governmental or nonprofit organizations whose primary mission is to provide copyrighted works in specialized formats to blind or disabled people. B ...
 
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Moonstruck
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Moonstruck is a podcast about humans in space. Hear from astronauts, engineers, politicians, and space decision-makers as they tell their stories from the history of human spaceflight, sharing how their time at the edge of human understanding taught them about themselves and the rest of us on the ground.
 
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Wild Thing
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Believe in Bigfoot? Think it’s total BS? Host Laura Krantz spent a year in the woods and in the lab, trying to answer that question. What she found might surprise even the staunchest non-believer. This legendary creature represents a mystery that still captures our imaginations and Sasquatch is as popular now as it’s ever been. Part of this is tongue-in-cheek—Bigfoot as hipster accessory. But many people take Sasquatch seriously—perfectly rational people who swear to its existence. Why does ...
 
Donald Morrison is a writer, editor and lecturer based in Paris and Miami. He is a former editor of TIME Magazine's European and Asian editions. He has taught writing at Tsinghua University in Beijing and the Institut d'Etudes Politiques (Sciences Po) in Paris. His most recent books are "The Death of French Culture" (2008) and "How Obama Lost America." (2012). He has written for the Financial Times, the New York Times, Smithsonian, Quartz, the New Republic, Le Monde, Le Point and other journ ...
 
The Rambling Boy: Stories About Texas is a weekly look at regional history, hosted by Lonn Taylor of Fort Davis. Taylor is a writer and historian who moved to the Big Bend after retiring from the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. in 2002. The show is broadcast Monday at 10:06 and 7:06 on KRTS Marfa and KXWT West Texas Public Radio.
 
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Aerial America
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Above the Everyday
 
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Aerial America
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Above the Everyday
 
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Museum Archipelago
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A tiny show guiding you through the rocky landscape of museums. Museum Archipelago believes that no museum is an island and that museums are not neutral. Taking a broad definition of museums, host Ian Elsner brings you to different museum spaces around the world, dives deep into institutional problems, and introduces you to the people working to fix them. Each episode is never longer than 15 minutes, so let’s get started.
 
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PORTRAITS
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Art, biography, history and identity collide in this podcast from the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Join Director Kim Sajet as she chats with artists, historians, and thought leaders about the big and small ways that portraits shape our world.
 
**About Maureen Taylor:** Maureen is a frequent keynote speaker on photo identification, photograph preservation, and family history at historical and genealogical societies, museums, conferences, libraries, and other organizations across the U.S., London, and Canada. She’s the author of several books and hundreds of articles and her television appearances include The View and The Today Show (where she researched and presented a complete family tree for host Meredith Vieira). She’s been feat ...
 
Join us to learn the leadership practices from C-Level Customer Experience executives at Airbnb, Walgreens, Audi, Premera, The Smithsonian Institute, Barney’s New York, and Adobe among others. They will fearlessly share with you what works...and what doesn’t work as we debunk this role, why it’s not about ”Kumbaya", but rather how the Chief Customer Officer is acting as the human duct tape of the organization - uniting companies to earn the right to customer-driven growth. Hosted by Jeanne B ...
 
Honoring the achievements. Remembering the struggle.
 
An archive of live events from the Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of the American Indian, including music, dance, plays, symposia and more. True HD coming soon.
 
Sound Sessions from Smithsonian Folkways is an audio journey into the rich, eclectic, and sometimes eccentric Smithsonian Folkways archive. Host Sam Litzinger and archivist Jeff Place comb the stacks for music and stories about this historic record label for monthly broadcasts that feature newly digitized audio, including rare outtakes, interviews, and never-before-heard recordings. Programs cover American folk icons, emerging artists who are continuing and transforming musical traditions ar ...
 
This series of 24 one-hour programs explores the remarkable collection of music, spoken word, and sound recordings that make up Folkways Records (now at the Smithsonian, as Smithsonian Folkways Recordings). The music of modern day giants like Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan and Ani Difranco is interwoven with original Folkways recordings to demonstrate the lasting legacy that Folkways Records has on popular music. Recent and archival interviews with Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Lead Belly, Micke ...
 
Listen to the podcasts from our participating museums to see what you can experience on Museum Day 2010 on September 25th.
 
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Sounds to Grow On
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The CKUA Radio Network presents Smithsonian Folkways: Sounds to Grow On, a new 26-part series featuring the original recordings of the Folkways Collection, now a cornerstone of Smithsonian Folkways Records' vast catalogue. Hosted by Michael Asch, the only child of Folkways Records' founder Moses Asch, the weekly one-hour program debuted Sunday, January 18th, 2009. This series, researched by Robert Wiznura, is a co-production of The Smithsonian Women's Committee, Smithsonian Folkways Recordin ...
 
Explore portraiture with insights provided by Curators, Historians, and Researchers of the National Portrait Gallery.
 
Baby pandas and roaring pride of lions are just a few of the highlights inside Smithsonian's National Zoo.
 
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Order 9066
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Order 9066 chronicles the history of the WWII Japanese American Incarceration through vivid, first-person accounts of those who lived through it. The series explores how this shocking violation of American democracy came to pass, and its legacy in the present.
 
The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.
 
A weekly exploration of all the things Jonathan Van Ness (Queer Eye, Gay of Thrones) is curious about. Come on a journey with Jonathan and experts in their respective fields as they get curious about anything and everything under the sun.
 
The Huntington hosts the East Asian Garden Lecture series, spanning topics and discussions by prominent speakers about gardens across the Pacific.
 
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Woodsongs Vodcasts
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Straight from beautiful Lexington, Kentucky, WoodSongs is an internationally syndicated radio program that celebrates the known and unknown independent musician. Heard by over 2m weekly on over 500 radio stations, American Forces Radio Network and public TV across the US. You don't have to be famous to get on Woodsongs, but you do have to be GOOD.
 
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CatchingKillers
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When detectives hit dead ends, science paves new paths.
 
Face-to-Face is a podcast series from the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. Listen to Face-to-Face portrait talks, interviews with artists, and lectures from the museum. Face-to-Face portrait talks occur every Thursday at 6pm, in the museum. For more, see the Face-to-Face blog at http://face2face.si.edu/ and the National Portrait Gallery's website at http://npg.si.edu/
 
The Not Old – Better Show is a radio show that is broadcast over the Internet using podcast technology discussing the hottest issues and topics that fascinate and inform those 50+ age Americans and are of interest and concern to boomers. Not Old – Better viewers and listeners can “tune in” whenever they want, giving them the freedom to enjoy the show in the gym, in the car, at home or work. A SHOW FOR THOSE 50+, BY THOSE 50+ Talk About Better®
 
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Eat My Globe
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In Eat My Globe: Things You Didn't Know You Didn't Know About Food, Simon Majumdar will talk about an ingredient, a dish, a theme, a person or a nation and the fascinating story of how they became part of the world that we often take for granted. Over the course of the show, he shall be examining some of the great tales of food history, the origins of some of your favorite dishes and drinks, and the people who helped to create them. He will also share fantastic trivia that you can use to bor ...
 
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Eat My Globe
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In Eat My Globe: Things You Didn't Know You Didn't Know About Food, Simon Majumdar will talk about an ingredient, a dish, a theme, a person or a nation and the fascinating story of how they became part of the world that we often take for granted. Over the course of the show, he shall be examining some of the great tales of food history, the origins of some of your favorite dishes and drinks, and the people who helped to create them. He will also share fantastic trivia that you can use to bor ...
 
A NASA-Smithsonian Universe Forum Publication :: This activity will help you explore the universe by shrinking cosmic scale in just 4 steps. Print out the instructions and cut-out templates (printer-friendly PDFs at http://chandra.harvard.edu/resources/podcasts/2inch/). Follow along with the activity by listening to the narration or viewing the American Sign Language in the video podcast files.
 
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Historically Black
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Objects hold history. They're evocative of stories stamped in time. As part of The Washington Post's coverage of the Smithsonian's new National Museum of African American History and Culture, people submitted dozens of objects that make up their own lived experiences of black history, creating a "people's museum" of personal objects, family photos and more. The Historically Black podcast brings those objects and their stories to life through interviews, archival sound and music. The Washingt ...
 
Best-selling author Robert Whiting's weekly podcast discusses the past, present and future of Japan. Current events and trends and the news makers who are shaping them are topics. Whiting, who penned the classic "You Gotta Have Wa" in 1989 and "Tokyo Underworld" in 2000, first came to Japan in 1962 and is regarded as one of the foremost experts on the social, political, economic and sporting landscapes of the country. The California native has written for many renowned publications in his lo ...
 
This book, with the subtitle "Across the Continent of South America" describes the scientific expedion of 1867 to the equatorial Andes and the Amazon. The route was from Guayaquil to Quito, over the Cordillera, through the forest to Napo, and, finally, on the Rio Napo to Pebas on the Maranon. Besides this record, the expedition - under the auspices of the Smithsonian Institute - collected samples of rocks and plants, and numerous specimen of animals. The scientists also compiled a vocabulary ...
 
I was given a copy of The Ministry of Healing at a health expo hosted by the Apollo Theater in Harlem on September 19, 2015, and the trajectory of my life has been forever changed. Now it's time for YOU to meet Ellen and be transformed by the 8 Laws of Health outlined in The Ministry of Healing written by Ellen G. White and presented in the "Meet Ellen: Get the Key to Health & Happiness" podcast. I am Marci Kenon, IFPA-certified personal fitness trainer and lifestyle coach. In a previous lif ...
 
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Socially Speaking
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Socially Speaking
 
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Foreign National
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Foreign National explores the stories and sounds impacted by the globalization of culture. Tune in every Tuesday as your host, Erik Bruner-Yang, explores how people discover their own sense of self identity through the discovery of other worlds.This show records and broadcasts LIVE on Full Service Radio from the lobby of the LINE DC in Adams Morgan, Washington DC.
 
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The Univi Podcast
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A free-flowing, free to air conversation discussing the interesting work of the leading minds in the world of academia.
 
Founded in 1968, FMSEA is a professional association of individuals and organizations devoted to the cause of marine education in Florida. The FMSEA Podcast highlights some of the members, organizations and services that are represented by our organization. We are a regional chapter of the National Marine Educators Association (NMEA).
 
The American bison (Bison bison), also commonly known as the American buffalo, is a North American species of bison that once roamed the grasslands of North America in massive herds, became nearly extinct by a combination of commercial hunting and slaughter in the 19th century and introduction of bovine diseases from domestic cattle. William T. Hornaday’s advocacy is credited with preserving the American bison from extinction. This book, originally published in 1887, gives Mr. Hornaday's evi ...
 
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Pod Planet
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Deadpan satire comedy memoir.
 
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Artlab+
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The Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden is a leading voice for contemporary art and culture and provides a national platform for the art and artists of our time. We seek to share the transformative power of modern and contemporary art with audiences at all levels of awareness and understanding by creating meaningful, personal experiences in which art, artists, audiences and ideas converge. We enhance public understanding and appreciation of contemporary art through acquisitio ...
 
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Things were not going well aboard Apollo 7: the astronauts felt stressed by the confines of the command module and to top it off, astronaut Wally Schirra developed a painful head cold. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
Ranald Woodaman is the Smithsonian Latino Center’s Exhibitions and Public Programs Director. Ranald sits down with Jonathan to discuss ancient Latin American Cultures and how Latinos shaped the nation before its founding. For more music from Quiñ head to TheQuinCat.com. Jonathan is on Instagram @JVN Also Twitter and Facebook. Catch Jonathan on ...…
 
How do you lead an organization's CX when there's no blueprint for you to follow? Well, you make your own! In today's episode, Lisa Allen, the first Chief Patient Experience Officer at Johns Hopkins Hospital shares how she combined her experience and knowledge in anthropology to change the way the organization addresses patient experience. This ...…
 
Did you know that Martha Washington was essential to America’s Revolutionary War effort? Or that Eleanor Roosevelt was the driving force behind the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights? According to journalist, writer, and commentator Cokie Roberts, many of America's First Ladies were dynamic, politically engaged trailblazers w ...…
 
You’re going to love my guest, Don Perry of the very successful new show on PBS, Family Pictures USA. It’s about people, places, photographs and the stories that connect them. Family Pictures USA travels across America showing us the connection between family photographs and family stories. Links: Sign up for my newsletter. Watch my YouTube Cha ...…
 
Jonathan is joined by climate advocate, TV personality, and Science Guy Bill Nye. The two discuss an array of topics including green algae, renewable energy and how to make climate change a major talking point in the 2020 election. Follow Bill on Instagram or Twitter: @billnye And check out his podcast Science Rules! http://stitcherapp.com/bill ...…
 
Jonathan is joined by climate advocate, TV personality, and Science Guy Bill Nye. The two discuss an array of topics including green algae, renewable energy and how to make climate change a major talking point in the 2020 election. Follow Bill on Instagram or Twitter: @billnye And check out his podcast Science Rules! http://stitcherapp.com/bill ...…
 
The League of Nations: The Quest for World Peace Between the Wars Smithsonian Associates Author Interview Series Welcome to The Not Old Better Show. I’m Paul Vogelzang and this is episode #381, from our Smithsonian Associates series. As part of our Smithsonian Associates, author interview series, our guest today on The Not Old Better Show is au ...…
 
COKIE ROBERTS MEMORIAL AND INTERVIEW FROM 03/2019 The Not Old Better Show Cokie Roberts, a pioneering journalist who was perhaps best known for her savvy insight and analysis of politics, government and Washington D.C., died today at the age of 75. Her death was due to complications from breast cancer. I will echo many who along with her family ...…
 
Don Morrison, who produces his eponymous Don Morrison Commentary, is an author, lecturer, member of The Berkshire Eagle’s Advisory Board, a commentator for NPR’s Robin Hood Radio, European editor of the British magazine Port, ex-Time Magazine editor, and a longtime part-time resident of the Berkshires.…
 
The Only Plane in The Sky - Author Garrett Graff The Not Old Better Show Author Interview Series Welcome to The Not Old Better Show. I’m Paul Vogelzang and this is episode #380. Today’s show is brought to you by Mint Mobile. As part of our author interview series, our guest today on The Not Old Better Show is author Garrett Graff. Garrett Graff ...…
 
In 1859, when an American farmer shot a pig on an island that both Britain and America claimed, a twelve-year-long standoff known as the Pig War began.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
Kentucky's State Penitentiary has been serving up justice since 1889 - a time when family feuds, like the legendary Hatfield-McCoy feuds, were settled with violence and blood.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
In 1859, when an American farmer shot a pig on an island that both Britain and America claimed, a twelve-year-long standoff known as the Pig War began.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
Kentucky's State Penitentiary has been serving up justice since 1889 - a time when family feuds, like the legendary Hatfield-McCoy feuds, were settled with violence and blood.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
Baby Wine (pronounced WEE-NAY) is an orphan at the Nyaru Menteng school for orangutans, in Borneo. If she is to be released back into the wild, she’ll need treatment for her asthma. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
Breakfast at the Zoo: Look Who’s New! The Not Old Better Show, Smithsonian Associates Series Welcome to The Not Old Better Show, I’m Paul Vogelzang and this is episode #379. As part of our Smithsonian Associates author Interview series, we are joined today by author, Eva Pell, former under secretary for science at the Smithsonian. Dr. Eva Pell ...…
 
Despite its name, the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation also welcomes other animals. The latest addition is a baby orphan sun bear – affectionately named Denny Bear. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
The Buddhist statues of the Longmen Grottoes are a Chinese heritage - one in urgent need of preservation. To do this, archaeologists use advanced scanning technology to pinpoint the vulnerable areas... The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
As I watch the destruction caused by Hurricane Dorian, I’m worried about the next disaster. My mind is thinking about When Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast of the United States in 2012. It was not the powerhouse storm that Dorian is, but the effects were felt all the way into New England. On the New Jersey shore near Union Beach, family photo ...…
 
Hannah Shaw is a kitten rescuer, humane educator, author, and unwavering animal advocate who has dedicated her life to finding innovative ways to protect animals. She sits down with Jonathan to discuss her new book “Tiny But Mighty” and perhaps the most important topic on the podcast to date — kittens! Find more from Hannah on social media @kit ...…
 
Hannah Shaw is a kitten rescuer, humane educator, author, and unwavering animal advocate who has dedicated her life to finding innovative ways to protect animals. She sits down with Jonathan to discuss her new book “Tiny But Mighty” and perhaps the most important topic on the podcast to date — kittens! Find more from Hannah on social media @kit ...…
 
Classical vocalist Marian Anderson became a civil rights icon in 1939 when she sang before 75,000 spectators at the Lincoln Memorial — a concert organized after she was barred from singing at Constitution Hall because of her race. But curator Leslie Ureña wants people to know there’s much more to her story than a single performance.. including ...…
 
In the middle of Flamenco Beach lies an abandoned U.S. army tank covered in graffiti -- a remnant of a time when the U.S. valued Puerto Rico for its strategic military value.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
In the 19th century, many people believed that landscapes like the Grand Canyon were shaped by volcanoes and earthquakes. But one American geologist named John Newberry had different ideas.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
Gibbons are incredible tree swingers, thanks to their long forearms, mobile joints and wrists that enhance fluid movement. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
In the middle of Flamenco Beach lies an abandoned U.S. army tank covered in graffiti -- a remnant of a time when the U.S. valued Puerto Rico for its strategic military value.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
A damaged Apollo 13 was about to re-enter Earth’s atmosphere amid a communications blackout. It would become the longest re-entry blackout in the history of the space program. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
I’m excited to be back with new episodes of the Chief Customer Officer Human Duct Tape Show. In today’s episode, I have an engaging and enlightening conversation with Craig Langlois, the Chief Experience Officer at the Berkshire Museum in beautiful Berkshire, Massachusetts. Craig and I explore how they developed strategies to improve the custom ...…
 
In the 19th century, many people believed that landscapes like the Grand Canyon were shaped by volcanoes and earthquakes. But one American geologist named John Newberry had different ideas.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
Dr. Bart Ehrman - Great Controversies in Christianity The Not Old Better Show, Smithsonian Associates Series Welcome to The Not Old Better Show, I’m Paul Vogelzang and this is episode #378. It’s great to be back with you all, and thanks for all the warm wishes, welcoming my son, Avery home! We appreciate it. We’re back with another great segmen ...…
 
Sidedoor hits the road, sneaking behind the scenes for the ultimate Smithsonian field trip we never took as kids. Lizzie and producer Justin O'Neill journey by bike, train, and even horse (okay, plastic horse) in a romp from museum to museum, encountering a hungry predator, a group of Broadway monsters, the last work of an iconic painter, and l ...…
 
In the early twentieth century child laborers worked in mills across America. Perhaps your ancestors did too. It’s possible. In 1900 more than 1.75 million children aged 10 to 15 were employed. A photo of your ancestor might exist. I'm a big fan of this week's guest, Joe Manning. He finds the photos and connects them with family. In 1908, the N ...…
 
Ditas Katague is currently the Director of the California Complete Count Office for the State of California. Ditas and Jonathan sit down to discuss the importance of the census, what you need to know, and dispel myths about the population count. For more music from Quiñ head to TheQuinCat.com. Jonathan is on Instagram @JVN. Also Twitter and Fac ...…
 
Ditas Katague is currently the Director of the California Complete Count Office for the State of California. Ditas and Jonathan sit down to discuss the importance of the census, what you need to know, and dispel myths about the population count. For more music from Quiñ head to TheQuinCat.com. Jonathan is on Instagram @JVN. Also Twitter and Fac ...…
 
It took more than 14 years for Mount Rushmore to be completed. During it's construction, unstable stone forced the the sculptor to dynamite Jefferson's original face.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
Alaska's Bagley Icefield is a gargantuan pool of solid ice that spans 120 miles. It produces many glaciers, including the massive Bering Glacier, which deposits 6.5 trillion tons of water a year into the Gulf of Alaska.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
Borneo’s rainy season has begun, and overnight, the local stream has become flooded. It doesn’t bother the young orangutans at the rehabilitation center – it’s just another opportunity to play. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
It took more than 14 years for Mount Rushmore to be completed. During it's construction, unstable stone forced the the sculptor to dynamite Jefferson's original face.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
‘Big Bertha’ was one of the moon rocks brought back by the Apollo 14 crew for geological analysis. What it revealed stunned scientists. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
Alaska's Bagley Icefield is a gargantuan pool of solid ice that spans 120 miles. It produces many glaciers, including the massive Bering Glacier, which deposits 6.5 trillion tons of water a year into the Gulf of Alaska.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
Don Morrison, who produces his eponymous Don Morrison Commentary, is an author, lecturer, member of The Berkshire Eagle’s Advisory Board, a commentator for NPR’s Robin Hood Radio, European editor of the British magazine Port, ex-Time Magazine editor, and a longtime part-time resident of the Berkshires.…
 
In August, I dedicated all my podcast episodes to family reunion focused activities and guests. Since it’s Family Reunion season, that means we’re pretty likely to be posing for a group portrait. It’s part of most reunions...a visual gathering of everyone at the event. We have dozens of pictures of my husband’s family reunion attendees In Episo ...…
 
Ranald Woodaman is the Smithsonian Latino Center’s Exhibitions and Public Programs Director. Ranald sits down with Jonathan to discuss ancient Latin American Cultures and how Latinos shaped the nation before its founding. For more music from Quiñ head to TheQuinCat.com. Jonathan is on Instagram @JVN Also Twitter and Facebook. Catch Jonathan on ...…
 
Journalist Cokie Roberts laments the fact that Martha Washington’s portrait depicts her as an old lady. Perhaps if it had been painted sooner, when Washington was young and vivacious, we’d have an easier time remembering her as the trailblazing, politically engaged woman she was. Roberts describes four portraits of First Ladies, outlining their ...…
 
To prepare him for landing the lunar module, Neil Armstrong practiced on a training vehicle, right here on Earth. It was designed to replicate flying within a gravitational pull that was 1/6 that of... The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By Smithsonian Channel.
 
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