The Victorian Country Hour is the country's finest hour
Victorian Scribblers is a podcast about the nineteenth-century writers time forgot, from Mary Elizabeth Braddon (the mother of detective fiction) to Marie Corelli (queer science-fiction writer extraordinaire) and beyond. Hosted by Dr. Courtney Floyd, a specialist in nineteenth-century literature and print culture, and Dr. Eleanor Dumbill, a specialist in Victorian literature and publishing.
A delightful collection of short stories by some of the luminary authors of the Victorian era. These stories explore the truth behind the Victorian marriage. - Summary by Gina Belmonde
If you always believed the myths that the Victorians were “prudish” and “repressed,” this podcast may inspire you to reconsider! In each episode, host Marisa D discusses a not-so-well-known aspect of life during the Victorian Era (1837 - 1901) that will intrigue and surprise you.
Victorian Era Politics
Curator insights from Richard Beresford
Podcast by Victorian Institute of Teaching
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"From the Victorian Age to the Modern Age". Reading of literary essays taken from Upper Secondary School students' textbooks. By Maria Grazia Tundo
The Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) was established to assist the development of Victoria’s elite athletes by providing access to state-of-the-art sporting facilities and services. The VIS encourages its athletes to lead balanced lifestyles and as such also provides lifelong career and education support. The motto; Success in Sport and Life epitomises the purpose of the VIS.
Pod on the Hill is the official podcast of the Labor Party. Join us every week for an in depth conversation with Labor people about Australian politics, events and campaign activities from home and abroad. Keeping the light on the hill one podcast at a time. Authorised by Clare Burns, State Secretary, ALP Victorian Branch.
The Victorian National Party is accusing the government of breaking its promise on action to deter animal activism on farms
Now viewed mostly as a pseudoscience, phrenology was popular during much of the Victorian Era. I discuss how phrenology evolved from its late 18th-century origins, and explore some ways in which phrenology was used during the Victorian Age.*****Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: https://twitter.com/victorianvarie1Buy Me a Coffee: http…
Show Notes Tres de MarzoYa Cepeda, el hombre ilustre que nos legara en herencia la Libertad y la Ciencia fuentes de ventura y paz consagra con noble anhelo para eternizar su gloria a su querida memoria cantos de felicidad. Escuchad… Su augusto nombre por doquier repite el eco… Todo el pueblo yucateco honra hoy al libertador y en dulce y sentida tro…
A prominent animal rights activist and a former regional Victorian Farmers Federation President have put their hats in the ring for the upcoming federal election.
Shortage of machinery parts in Australia has growers hoping they won't breakdown
Science fiction is not a genre many of us associate with the Victorian Era. I explain why I think this is a big mistake, and look at some ways in which Victorian-Era writers like H.G. Wells & Jules Verne continue to inspire contemporary sci-fi writers.*****Email: email@example.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/victorianvarie1Buy Me a …
We still need to get you last month's episode! It's coming! But in the meantime, we have a WHALE of a tale to share: episode one of The Land Whale Murders! _The Land Whale Murder_s is a Gilded Age comedic alternate history podcast about murders, birders, and a missing whale. The show is written by Jonathan A. Goldberg (writer of The Fall of the Hou…
A British waitress has won a drawn out discrimination case over Australia's 'backpacker tax'
Victoria’s sentinel chickens are retiring after nearly 50 years on the front line of mosquito-borne virus detection.
Rice sector confidence grows as planting continues across southern New South Wales
Taphophobia (the fear of being buried alive) was common during the Victorian Era. I discuss some reasons why this was the case, and describe inventions that were developed to prevent it from happening, such as safety coffins and waiting mortuaries.*****Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: https://twitter.com/victorianvarie1Buy Me a Coff…
Hail and storm damage has been reported all the way from the South Australian Mallee to the southern Wimmera.
A Victorian farmer who moved his farming operation south to chase rain due to climate change has spoken out about the Nationals' delayed action on climate policy.
BlazeAid fencing volunteers must be vaccinated against COVID-19
Lawyer watching Fonterra Australia's ownership plans closely
As a follow-up to my previous episode, in which I briefly explained the basis for Victorian-Era Spiritualism before discussing the rise and fall of the Fox Sisters, I examine conditions in 19th century British and American society that I believe help to explain why Spiritualism appealed to so many individuals of all social classes during this perio…