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The Historical Blindness podcast is a podcast about history’s myths, mysteries, and forgotten truths. By examining cases of outrageous hoaxes, pernicious conspiracy theory, mass delusion, baffling mysteries and unreliable historiography, Historical Blindness searches for insights into modern religious belief and political culture.
 
We are here to explore the world of historical miniature wargaming. We'll cover, game design theory, rules reviews, showcase new miniatures, and pretty much anything related to historical miniature wargaming. This bi-weekly podcast is hosted by veteran gamers each with 40+ years of experience in the genre.
 
Hi, my name is Nicholas! I love to learn about history, but not the boring facts and lessons you learn in school. I like the fun and crazy things that have happened in our past, and I want to share those historical moments with you! Like how a bear became a soldier in the Polish military, or when the CIA made a cyborg cat in the 60's! If you like history, or just want to hear some of the wacky stuff from our past, then this is the podcast for you! @HistHijinks www.historicalhijinks.com
 
Uncommon history with an unconventional pair. Join married hosts Rebecca Robbins (a Broadway actress) and Kim Kimmel (her college history instructor) as they delve into topics that run the historical gambit. A gifted storyteller, Kim taught history at the collegiate level for 29 years while as a student, Rebecca always sat in the front row of his Western Civilizations class soaking up every word he said. For the record, she made an A in his class. She went on to pursue a Broadway career (The ...
 
Doth Protest Too Much is a podcast on church history and the development of Protestant theology over the past several centuries. It features interviews and discussions with scholars, ministers, authors, and anyone who contributes to the ongoing discussion of theology as handed down historically. We can be listened to on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Audible, YouTube, & more. Follow us on Twitter @MuchDoth Instagram @doth.protest.too.much I'd love to hear your thoughts, suggestions, or questions o ...
 
Over the course of 365 days a year, something in the world of sports always makes us stop and take notice. This new member of the Sports History Network highlights the accomplishments, memories and anniversaries of some of the greatest moments in sports history and delves into some of the hidden stories behind them. Hosted by former sportswriter and broadcaster Dana Auguster, this weekly podcast describes these sports moments like no other. Each week the show will be your tour guide as we st ...
 
In Historical Controversies, Mises Institute scholar Chris Calton debunks the history you may have learned in school. Armed with facts, theory, and a Rothbardian appreciation for historical narrative, Calton enlightens and entertains in a podcast that has something to offer all audiences. See the podcast's updated Corrections and Qualifications page. See also Chris Calton's Bibliographic Essays (PDF): Season 1, History of the War on Drugs (Mises.org/EC1Bib) and Season 2: Antebellum United St ...
 
Join brothers Brandon and Nevin Werner on their crazy trip through time as they dive into some of the weirdest, funniest, and most unbelievable stories in history. Human history has too many stories to fit into just the Laughing Historically video show. Each podcast episode, Brandon and Nevin bring you two topics that they think need to be discussed right way. Looking for our video show? Check out new episodes at: youtube.com/laughinghistorically.
 
Historical Light is a Masonic show based on the historical events and aspects within Freemasonry. Between out buildings, members, events, and family history we have so many great stories with that rich history just waiting to be shared. Here on Historical Light, we aim to share, preserve, and Honor that history. Thank you for joining us on our quest for Historical Light!
 
Ever get depressed? Ever think, "My God! Is humanity getting dumber?!" Historically Stupid is here to let you know: No! We've always been dumb! Every society, whether it featured Carpathians or Kardashians, has been filled with idiots. Podcast hosts Daniel Khan and Sam Seifman, with no degrees in the matter, point out these historical idiots so you don't have to.
 
Volume IV of a series containing anecdotes and stories, some well-known, others less so, of particular countries. This fourth volume covers the history of England from its conversion to Christianity up to the reign of Queen Victoria, describing history for children and young adults in an exciting and novel manner. (Introduction by Kalynda)
 
This interdisciplinary conference takes the recent popularity of the historical novel as a starting point to explore the relationship between history and fiction. The plenary speaker, Booker Prize-winning author Hilary Mantel (“Wolf Hall”), will appear in conversation with Mary Robertson, former Huntington chief curator of British historical manuscripts. The conference was held at The Huntington May 12–13, 2017.
 
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Beginning in the late nineteenth century, India played a pivotal role in global conversations about population and reproduction. In this talk about her new book, Reproductive Politics and the Making of Modern India, Sreenivas demonstrates how colonial administrators, postcolonial development experts, nationalists, eugenicists, feminists, and family…
 
In Victorian era Britain a court case divided opinions like no other: it was a case of a Baronet thought missing at sea returned to claim his title and estate. twitter: the historical crimes and criminals podcast email: thehistoricalcrimespodcast@yahoo.com www.sl.nsw.gov.au/stories/tichborne-case-victorian-melodrama brightonmuseums.org.uk/discover/…
 
I once more journey into the madness of a grand unifying conspiracy theory, this one rooted in anti-Catholicism, tracing the conspiracy theories surrounding the Jesuits to the Counter-Reformation and examining assassination plots attributed to them, like the Gunpowder Plot, as well hoaxes and forgeries, like the Popish Plot and the Secret Instructi…
 
Despite the deluge of novels about World War II that has characterized the last few years, the period leading up to the war on the Pacific Front has received far less attention. One welcome exception is the Death in Shanghai series penned by Garrett Hutson, the latest book of which is No Accidental Death (Warfleigh Publishing, 2021). The series rev…
 
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Rahab's Courage by Naomi Craig A scarlet cord tethers one ruined woman to the salvation of mankind. Harboring two fugitives in a city slated for destruction, Rahab has one small chance of escape. In exchange for their…
 
Recorded August 19, 2021 - Prejudice and discrimination in Maine against immigrants dates back to at least the mid-1700s, when Pope's or Pope Day (Guy Fawkes Day in Britain) was celebrated in Falmouth (Portland); effigies of the Pope and the Devil were carried around town to loud cheers and slurs. Protestants had been taught since birth to hate Rom…
 
WARNING: THIS EPISODE DESCRIBES VIOLENCE TO CHILDREN The Ratcliffe Highway Murders occurred 77 years before the Whitechapel murders, but like the Whitechapel murders, the identity of the killer is largely unknown, though a few names have been attached to it. Travel back to the east end of London in 1811 with me as we examine the details and history…
 
Are we just getting old? Trick question! We are already old! But are games getting better or just dumbed down? Links Living in the Past by Jethro Tull Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/anythingbutaone)โดย Tom Castanos, Richard Martinez, Ray Winstead
 
Rev. Andrew realized that he had been reading nothing but theology for the past 11 years of his life and decided it can't be unhealthy to take a break. In this episode, frequent guest Stephen Burnett, and our friend Michael Mazur joining us for the first time, sit down to talk about recent books they've read over the summer that are not related (or…
 
Track list 1. Bedrock Featuring KYO - For What You Dream Of (Blue Amazon Beach House Vocal Mix) 2. Blue Amazon Featuring Vicky Webb - No Other Love 3. Visions - Coming Home (Sunday Club Remix) 4. Sam Mollison - Cry (Sanctuary Mix by Fade) 5. Chakra - I Am (Digweed and Muir's Dream Dub + Bedrock Mix) 6. Evolution - Your Love Is Calling (The Mix + Ca…
 
Denali, the mountain formerly sometimes known (but not by Alaskans) as Mt. McKinley, is one of the most impressive mountains in the entire world. It is not only the highest mountain in North America, it is the highest northern-most mountain. That means that the weather at its summit is ferocious and ever-changing. It's height is so great that when …
 
The wrong food can kill you. The right kind of food can help you live longer. Additives are unnatural. Unnatural food is unhealthy food. These are assumptions that many or most of us have today about the things we eat. That we believe eating to be a matter of life or death is in part due to a man most of us have never heard of, Harvey Wiley. Head o…
 
The Sports History Network is a proud partner of ThriveFantasy - a Daily Fantasy Sports and Esports app for Player Props. With Thrive, you can eliminate the countless hours of research and focus on only the top-tier athletes that have the biggest impact on the game. Choose 10 out of the 20 available player props to build your lineup. each prop is a…
 
Shakespeare’s Macbeth is a fascinating figure- resourceful, brave, insightful, reflective, but it’s his inordinate ambition that leads to his downfall. Can the same be said of Scotland’s real Macbeth? Here in Episode 29, we unpack the characters in Shakespeare’s play Macbeth alongside their historical (or mythical) counterparts including Banquo, Ma…
 
In the northeast of England there is a town best known for one infamous event. During the Napoleonic wars they hanged a Monkey, mistaking it for a Frenchman. twitter: the historical crimes and criminals podcast www.thisishartlepool.co.uk/history/thehartlepoolmonkey.asp thehobbledehoy.com/2019/03/03/the-hanging-of-the-hartlepool-monkey/ www.pdsa.org…
 
The discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings almost a century ago revolutionized the study of ancient Egypt and its pharaohs. The splendors that surrounded the burial of this relatively minor ruler, interred in a hastily arranged tomb, sparked a furor of speculation, scholarship, and outright chicanery and draw crowds even tod…
 
San Francisco is a super haunted city with a long but cool history. Let's find out all about the history of the Golden Gate and it's many ghost stories! Our monsters moment is also about Fauns. I couldn't do this without your amazing support! Please check out more links below to get connected to Historically Haunted! Show's Website: https://histori…
 
Carrie Nation was, of course, a prohibitionist. But so was Leo Tolstoy, Czar Nicholas II, and Vladimir Lenin; in fact, the first nation to prohibit the sale of alcohol was Russia. The first Socialist Prime Minister of Sweden was an advocate for temperance, and so was Tomas Masaryk, liberal founding-father of Czechoslovakia. As Mark Schrad writes in…
 
Recorded August 10, 2021 - Community cookbooks: you know them and you probably have at least one in your kitchen! Collections of home cooked recipes put together by church groups, synagogues, school groups, political organizations, band boosters, and even biker gangs, these cookbooks are endlessly interesting and rich with stories. Existing at the …
 
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. The Ice Swan by J'nell Ciesielski Amid the violent last days of the glittering Russian monarchy, a princess on the run finds her heart where she least expects it. 1917, Petrograd. Fleeing the murderous flames of the R…
 
For many colleges, this is the first week of class. And that means for both new teachers and new students, it's the beginning of one of three weeks that will influence the rest of their year, and their time in college. Believe us, it's science, as you'll hear in this conversation from long ago with our old friend Mark Salisbury.This is one of the m…
 
In the village of Oddingley, the finding of a body led to the solving of a previous murder almost 25 years previously. twitter: the historical crimes podcast email: thehistoricalcrimespodcast@yahoo.com www.telegraph.co.uk/only-in-britain/strange-british-laws/ www.mysteriesofmercia.com/post/the-tithe-system-oddingley www.wikiwand.com/en/The_Oddingle…
 
In the conclusion of this Royal Blood Mystery, I look at the case for Ludwig II's madness as well as the competing theories of murder and conspiracy explaining his death. Support the show by pledging on Patreon and get access to ad-free episodes and exclusive minisodes! Check out my novel, Manuscript Found! And check out the new show merch! Further…
 
Today I talked to Trisha R. Thomas about her new novel What Passes as Love (Lake Union Publishing, 2021). In 1850, at age six, Dahlia Holt is taken from the only home she knows and moved into the big house to serve her two older sisters. They share a father, who owns the house and its slaves. On her sixteenth birthday, Dahlia gets to dress up in on…
 
Kay and Kylie dive into the history of Kappas who are no longer in school. Kappa is for a lifetime, but that was a bit harder to see for our young Founders and early members. We trace the timeline of activity of alumna members and how their roles have changed in the organization. Well, we get to it AFTER we sort out the whole awkward pronunciation …
 
Almost six centuries have come and gone and we’re still talking about an illiterate peasant girl who only lived to be nineteen years old. Why? Not only did she inspire her nation by leading thousands of men into battle, but she also ushered in the end of the Hundred’s Year War thus saving her nation of France from English rule. Was she divinely ins…
 
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. The Last Gasp by Chautona Havig At the pinnacle of his Hollywood career, Garrison Prince’s reign ends tonight. As Gary Prinz, he can pursue his Bible education & marry the girl of his dreams. He never imagined trading…
 
Many British pub names have curious stories behind their names....in todays episode we look at a few of these. twitter: the historical crimes podcast. email: thehistoricalcrimespodcast@yahoo.com Decharne Max: Capital crimes, seven centuries of London life and murder, London, Random house, 2012 lookup.london/weird-london-pub-names/ getoutside.ordnan…
 
Edward Gibbon tells us that it was in the ruins of the Temple of Jupiter while listening to the singing of the barefooted friars that he first began to meditate on a history of the decline and fall of the city of Rome. He was far from the first English visitor to Rome to be deeply and profoundly moved by the ruins of the ancient empire; an early me…
 
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