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Monthly interviews on important moments in the history of science.
 
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Origin Stories
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Origin Stories is The Leakey Foundation's podcast about how we became human.
 
An educational Paranormal Talk Show that discusses Paranormal Investigations, ghosts, mysteries, science, history, cryptozoology, folklore, ufo's and more!
 
This Talkcast places a unique emphasis on "deep theology and heavy conspiracies." We'll discuss a diverse array of topics such as biblical theology, revisionist history, conspiracy facts and theories, media fakery, hoaxes and symbolism, contemporary events, alternative health and science, comparative religion and non-Christian cults as well as discussion of occult and "new age" beliefs and practices from a biblical perspective. Our podcast can be found on iTunes which has better sound qualit ...
 
On Psilly Rabbits we talk about the science, history, myth, and philosophies behind altered states, entheogens, and the nature of consciousness. We will be analyzing said history and myth from an interdisciplinary standpoint, coupling academia and the occult. Our format includes a mix of conversation, education, and interviews with experts and innovative minds from all practices as we apply their works to the fields of consciousness studies and psychedelic research.
 
Expand your world with talks about science, history, and culture held across the Natural History Family of Museums: the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, the La Brea Tar Pits Museum, and the William S. Hart Park and Museum.
 
A podcast about science, history, and exploration. Michael Robinson interviews scientists, journalists, and adventurers about life at the extreme.
 
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Wonder Cupboard
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Wonder Cupboard asks what science is, how it works, and how it came to be. Elena Falco and Ian Bridgeman present a new topic on the history and philosophy of science every episode.
 
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Everything Sounds
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Everything Sounds is a podcast and short-form radio program exploring the role of sound in art, science, history, culture, and our everyday lives. Even silence has a sound.
 
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Vaccinology
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Join co-hosts Nick and Dayna as they explore the stories of how vaccines were developed and society’s current efforts to make new ones. These true tales are full of science, history, and innovation, so we promise you won’t be immune to their entertainment.
 
Maryland Morning finds the most intelligent and intriguing voices behind the headlines. From the Atlantic to the Appalachians, we probe beyond the regional news headlines, unravel local implications of national news stories, and explore the science, history, arts, and culture of Maryland.
 
Join your weekly drinking hosts as they talk about beer news, craft beer culture, craft liquors, tipsy science, history, and general malty shenanigans.
 
The Ron Paul Homeschooling Podcast helps parents avoid burnout with self-paced, self-taught video-based learning by subject experts such as Tom Woods, Gary North, Benjamin Richards, Bradley Fish, Daniel Dignan, and John Hamilton. Students avoid the frustration of being left behind or being bored by not getting challenging coursework. Parents and students can save money and time by earning college credit during high school. Listen to interviews of instructors and get your questioned answered. ...
 
Learn about Grand Canyon National Park with a Park Ranger as your guide. Inside Grand Canyon provides an in-depth look at the nature, science, history and culture of the Grand Canyon told through audio/ video podcasts and Ranger Minutes. A powerful and inspiring landscape, the Grand Canyon overwhelms our senses through its immense size. Unique combinations of geologic color and erosional forms decorate a canyon that is 277 river miles (446km) long, up to 18 miles (29km) wide, and a mile (1.6 ...
 
History, as taught in schools and colleges, often reduces it to mere dates and events. However, history is much beyond those dates and names and events. History is essentially a story. A story of mankind. A story of us. When we think of history in this way, we realize that it can be interesting and engaging. Itihaas- the Indian History Podcast attempts to do precisely this.Moreover, history is not only political. It goes beyond nations, rise and fall of kingdoms. Every other area in this wor ...
 
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Better Humanhood
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Formerly Josh: The Podcast (first 79 episodes). We talk about being happier, healthier, kinder and more productive, including plenty of politics, science, history and more.
 
The purpose of Reason To Believe is to give you strong and intelligent reasons, for believing and following your faith in Jesus Christ.Unfortunately, today many people are unaware of the fact that there are outstanding reasons for believing in the Christian faith and worldview. Christians and non-christians alike wrongly suppose that belief in God and faith in Jesus Christ is simply an issue of blind trust that is opposed to reason. At Reason To Believe we are seeking to redeem this false pe ...
 
We from Discerning Consciousness are sharing with our listeners knowledge and information that is different from the run of the mill.Most spiritual, social or political based podcasts will specialise in the one area, whereas we enjoy discussing a wide variety of subjects relating to such themes as conspiracy, New Age, politics, philosophy. psychology, sociology, economics, science, history, religion, esoterism, relationships. modernity, death and life itself.Join Antman, his co-hosts and the ...
 
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The Big Idea
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Our presenters Douglas Kerr, Vanessa Collingridge and guests explore the history, meaning and significance of ideas in contemporary society. ********************************************************************************* The whole series of the Big idea is available in our podcast station Podcast: Weekly update and available after its broadcast. ********************************************************************************* Douglas Kerr Douglas Kerr is Professor in the School of English ...
 
On Dinosaur Detectives, we will explore, study and discover different types of fossilized ancient life forms and find out how dinosaurs looked and behaved when they were alive.brbr Our goal and objective is that exploring science history together is fun. We hope to inspire kids to want to learn more about paleontology science.brbr Anna will engage curiosity, share her passion, knowledge and expertise by teaching about science that will inspire enthusiasm for dinosaurs and the field of paleon ...
 
Two men of great faith, and even greater doubt engage in discussion about current events in; culture, sports, science, history, the events of the day as seen through eternity. It's the seven deadly sins meets the eight-fold path.
 
A science history podcast sharing stories about how we know stuff
 
Cool Sh*t: The Podcast is a show about interesting topics from science, history, the arts, and more. In other words, if it fascinates me--I’m going to talk about it. I know that the world can sometimes seem like an awfully depressing place, but trust me when I say, there’s some pretty cool sh*t out there.
 
Geologist Devin Dennie explores the science, history and fun behind some of the most popular tourist attractions in North Texas and beyond!
 
We live in a world full of wonder, of extraordinary people, places and things that shape our daily lives in some way. How do they do that and why does it matter? Let's find out. With help from science, history, real-life and mystery, the Wonder Show will uncover great insights into our world, some visible, some invisible but all wonderful. Brought to you by InJustOneDay and hosted by Lianne Walker, Wonder is a weekly podcast for the curious mind. The show will go out every Wednesday and will ...
 
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Welcome back to the Hardly Awesome Podcast! Each week, Chris, Anthony and Brandon get together to sit around and discuss the things that interest them most - comics, movies, TV, science, history, and more. If you already know the guys from Back Issues Comic Book Podcast, you know what you're getting yourself into. If you're new to the show, wel ...…
 
Welcome back to the Hardly Awesome Podcast! Each week, Chris, Anthony and Brandon get together to sit around and discuss the things that interest them most - comics, movies, TV, science, history, and more. If you already know the guys from Back Issues Comic Book Podcast, you know what you're getting yourself into. If you're new to the show, wel ...…
 
Author Robert Zimmerman talks about his stating with Cave Exploration to the study and exploration of space. Robert Zimmerman is an award-winning space historian, writing articles and books on issues of science, history, technology, and culture. His newest book, "The Universe in a Mirror: the Saga of the Hubble Space Telescope and the Visionari ...…
 
Welcome back to the Hardly Awesome Podcast! Each week, Chris, Anthony and Brandon get together to sit around and discuss the things that interest them most - comics, movies, TV, science, history, and more. If you already know the guys from Back Issues Comic Book Podcast, you know what you're getting yourself into. If you're new to the show, wel ...…
 
Dr. Darrell Bock Welcome to The Table. We discuss issues of God and culture. I’m Darrell Bock, executive director for cultural engagement at the Hendricks Center at Dallas Theological Seminary, and our guest is John Dickson, who is joining us via Skype from – are you in Cambridge or Oxford? John Dickson I’m in Oxford. Dr. Darrell Bock In Oxford ...…
 
Welcome back to the Hardly Awesome Podcast! Each week, Chris, Anthony and Brandon get together to sit around and discuss the things that interest them most - comics, movies, TV, science, history, and more. If you already know the guys from Back Issues Comic Book Podcast, you know what you're getting yourself into. If you're new to the show, wel ...…
 
“Studying history aims to loosen the grip of the past… It will not tell us what to choose, but at least it gives us more options.” – Yuval Noah Harari Yuval Noah Harari is the star historian who shot to fame with his international bestseller 'Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind'. In that book Harari explained how human values have been contin ...…
 
What are we not teaching in K-12 schools that we should be teaching? If you ask a group of educators, personal finance often bubbles to the top of the list. Schools are excellent at teaching math, science, history, and English, but students are often handed a high school diploma without knowing the pitfalls of having a credit card. Or they can’ ...…
 
Ariel is a neuroscience PhD student at The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health with a keen interest in science, science communication, science history and science fiction. In his spare time he tutors, reads books, spends too much time on the internet and eats a moderate amount of chocolate. He one day aspires to be successful eno ...…
 
The Irredeemable Shag and comic's professional David Gallaher sing their way down memory lane and celebrate one of their favorite 1980s shows, MISFITS OF SCIENCE!Have a question or comment? Looking for more great content? Leave comments on our website:http://fireandwaterpodcast.com/podcast/misfits Images from this episode:http://fireandwaterpod ...…
 
Photo by Quino Al on Unsplash Making Disciples The book of Deuteronomy culminates the Torah or the Pentateuch, the five books of Moses. The name Deuteronomy literally means "Repeated Law." Another title for this books is “Words” which is taken from its opening, “These are the words which Moses spoke …” (Deuteronomy 1) Think of Deuteronomy as Mo ...…
 
You can’t fix something by ignoring it https://www.theverge.com/2017/8/16/16153740/tech-diversity-problem-science-history-explainer-inequality is a tired stance endless debate voluntary diversity training session manifesto condemnation from some quarters approval from others Damore has since been fired filed a labor complaint went too far a Wal ...…
 
Finally at the actual episode 7, the gang celebrates the podcast being online, along with Jimmy's birthday. We take a look at what we wanted to be when we grew up, and how lucrative some of those jobs are. We also talk about an interesting way to cook a chicken. As usual, we look at a few more words, but forego our regular segments of Science, ...…
 
The Bible itself is our most valuable archaeological document. It was written between roughly 1400 B.C. and 100 A.D. and has been proven to be accurate in what it teaches us about ancient history. Given that the Bible is the Word of God and is essential for salvation, we would expect that God would providentially see to it that it was preserved ...…
 
In the second conversation of the TAL + SM crossover series, Ryan and Adam were joined by AAA Executive Director Ed Liebow and Program Manager for Educational Outreach Leslie Walker. They explored the work of the AAA, the changing natures of work and research today, and critically assessed anthropology in terms of scope and impact.... The post ...…
 
Welcome to the latest episode of THE 250! Andrew Quinn and Darren Mooney are joined by special guest Marianne Cassidy for This Just In, a subset of the fortnightly The 250 podcast looking at notable new arrivals on the list of the 250 best movies of all-time as voted for by Internet Movie Database Users. This time, Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman. ...…
 
Welcome to The Shaun Tabatt Show! In this episode I speak with Tahni Cullen about her book Josiah's Fire: Autism Stole His Words, God Gave Him a Voice. Here are the questions Tahni and I discuss in this interview: Since this is your first time on the show, let’s begin by giving the listeners a chance to get to know you better. Start us off with ...…
 
In the wake of the success of “Hidden Figures,” we go in search of more unknown stories from science history by checking in with Kitty Ferguson. Kitty is the author of many Science and Math novels, including a biography of Stephen Hawking. Her latest offering is “Lost Science: Astonishing Tales of Forgotten Genius” and we get the skinny on thos ...…
 
Artificial Sweeteners, what a “rabbit hole!” By rabbit hole, I refer to the Wikipedia definition, “a metaphor for an entry into the unknown, the disorientating or the mentally deranging, from its use in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.” In this metaphor, artificial sweeteners stand in for the rabbit. I’m Alice (although I look better in a navy ...…
 
The SnideShow is an interview-driven podcast covering a wide variety of topics, including politics, science, history, current events, social issues--and the fact that the country is now run by a crazy person. Each episode will feature a conversation with an author, journalist, activist, scientist, public intellectual, political pundit, etc.--so ...…
 
Part One of the Doyle’s The Last Roundup charts the raising, rising and falling of Henry Smart, scamp of Dublin, caught up in the machine of so-called national so-called liberation. Download the mp3 file Subscribe in iTunes >>> From recent débuts to classics, fiction to non-fiction, memoirs, philosophy, science, history and journalism, Burning ...…
 
Part One of the Doyle’s The Last Roundup charts the raising, rising and falling of Henry Smart, scamp of Dublin, caught up in the machine of so-called national so-called liberation. Download the mp3 file Subscribe in iTunes >>> From recent débuts to classics, fiction to non-fiction, memoirs, philosophy, science, history and journalism, Burning ...…
 
Part One of the Doyle’s The Last Roundup charts the raising, rising and falling of Henry Smart, scamp of Dublin, caught up in the machine of so-called national so-called liberation. Download the mp3 file Subscribe in iTunes >>> From recent débuts to classics, fiction to non-fiction, memoirs, philosophy, science, history and journalism, Burning ...…
 
This week: Ghost in the Shell has released in IMAX and regular theaters. SpaceX has made science history (again), and Valerian's latest trailer has released. This week's Dimension X episode features a couple that escapes from the weight of their present time to the life of luxury and leisure in the past. But can they get away with it?! Find out ...…
 
As part of a workshop hosted by the Reluctant Internationalists research group on Debating the Cold War, Alma Steingart (Harvard), Jonathan Oldfield (Birmingham), Jon Agar (UCL), Iris Borowy (Shanghai), Sarah Marks (Cambridge), Lukasz Stanek (Manchester) and Waqar Zaidi (Lums) discuss what was Cold War science? The panel, chaired by Dora Vargha ...…
 
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