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Everywhere around us are echoes of the past. Those echoes define the boundaries of states and countries, how we pray and how we fight. They determine what money we spend and how we earn it at work, what language we speak and how we raise our children. From Wondery, host Patrick Wyman, PhD (“Fall Of Rome”) helps us understand our world and how it got to be the way it is.
 
Georgia has been the epicenter for the national conversation about who gets to vote and how those votes are counted. In the last few years, many changes have been made through the courts and the court of public opinion. Now, the 2020 election will be the biggest test the state has seen. Georgia Public Broadcasting political reporter Stephen Fowler walks through the ins and outs of how voting works in Georgia, highlighting the good, the bad and the complicated.
 
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Showtime has announced a mammoth slate of nine cards over five months, and Showtime Sports President Stephen Espinoza joins the pod to talk about them - and about "The Kings," the four-part documentary series airing in June. Plus, Eric counts down his list of Top 5 dream fights that didn't happen.โดย Showtime
 
The Highlands of New Guinea are one of the most remote places on the planet, a maze of crosscutting valleys and enormous mountains that weren't reached by outsiders until the 1930s. Yet they're also one of the world's original centers of agriculture, a place responsible for domesticating crops like taro and the omnipresent banana. Crops on which mi…
 
In Wondery’s newest series, Secret Sauce, hosts John Frye and Sam Donner explore the stories and successes behind some of the most inspiring businesses, creative innovators and intrepid entrepreneurs. First up, we’re diving into the company that revolutionized how we vacation, travel, and even how we trust other people...we’re talking about Airbnb.…
 
After Jaron Ellis dominates Sergey Lipinets, is he ready for Terence Crawford or Errol Spence? What's the latest on the Tyson Fury-Anthony Joshua clash? And Ra'eese Aleem stops by for a chat.โดย Showtime
 
Professor David Wengrow is one of the world's leading experts on Egypt before the pharaohs. He's also one of the most creative and wide-ranging archaeologists working right now, and he has fascinating insights into the primordial emergence of inequality, hierarchies, states, and all of the other things. Check out his new book, co-authored with the …
 
Former Ring Magazine editor Nigel Collins joins the podcast to talk about Jaron "Boots" Ennis and the revival of Philly boxing; Kieran and Eric preview and predict this Saturday's Showtime card, headlined by Ennis against Sergey Lipinets; and Kieran reveals his list of the top "Off-the-canvas" moments in boxing history.…
 
Tattoos, and other forms of body decoration, are as old as humanity itself. But what can we know about the skin of long-past people that no longer exists? I talk to Aaron Deter-Wolf, Prehistoric Archaeologist for the State of Tennessee’s Division of Archaeology and one of the world's experts on the archaeological study of tattooing, to get some ans…
 
Former junior middleweight champ and current Showtime Boxing analyst Raul Marquez casts his eye over ShoBox prospects and alumni including Brandun Lee and Boots Ennis, and tells Eric and Kieran why he wants to be the one to face Oscar De La Hoya in the Golden Boy's comeback fight.โดย Showtime
 
Understanding the first migrants to the Americas more than 13,000 years ago is a big task. So is figuring out how the ancestors of indigenous peoples transformed themselves from hunters of mammoth and mastodon to farmers to the builders of complex societies. Professor Shane Miller, an archaeologist working in the American southeast (and a Tides lis…
 
Steve Farhood and Barry Tompkins join the podcast to discuss the career and legacy of Marvelous Marvin Hagler. Plus, Kieran and Eric review wins for Vergil Ortiz, Lawrence Okolie and Artur Beterbiev, ponder the future of Alberto Machado, and wonder whether to get excited about the prospect of Tyson Fury-Anthony Joshua.…
 
Language is one of the foundational pieces of being human, but in the absence of writing, what can we know about it in the deep past? Historical linguistics and the comparative method shed valuable light on these long-lost languages, and uncover the roots of some of today's most widely spoken tongues. Listen to new episodes 1 week early, to exclusi…
 
Kieran and Eric look back at David Benavidez's impressive win over Ronald Ellis on Showtime, and at the instant classic between Juan Francisco Estrada and Roman 'Chocolatito' Gonzalez. And they pay tribute to the great Marvelous Marvin Hagler, who died suddenly on Saturday at age 66.โดย Showtime
 
Fresh off his highlight reel KO of Samuel Teah, Brandun Lee joins a bonus edition of the podcast to talk about his fighting style, his influences, his power, his post-boxing career, and more.โดย Showtime
 
There are still people living now who make their living by foraging, and understanding them is an essential component of grasping the breadth of human experience. Today's hunter-gatherers aren't living fossils from a bygone age, but studying them can give us deep insights into the more distant past. In this episode, I discuss ethnography, ethnoarch…
 
On the 50th anniversary of the Ali-Frazier "Fight of the Century," veteran broadcaster Tim Ryan joins the podcast to share recollections of that night and his long career. Plus, Kieran and Eric preview David Benavidez vs Ronald Ellis and the rest of this week's Showtime's fights, and debate the biggest weapons in boxing today.…
 
Kings are practically synonymous with ancient Egypt, and it's not just because their monuments - like the pyramids - still tower above the desert and the Nile. Egyptian society was organized around the pharaohs in many different ways, but how did they come into being? What turned Egypt into one of the world's longest-lived kingdoms? Listen to new e…
 
David Benavidez joins the podcast to discuss his March 13 Showtime bout against Ronald Ellis and explain why he's the one man who can beat Canelo. Talking of Canelo, Kieran and Eric break down his easy won against Avni Yildirim. Plus, a look ahead to ShoBox and a look at the fallout over the Teofimo Lopez purse bid.…
 
What can we learn about the deep human past by studying present-day hunter-gatherers? I asked that question to Professor Robert Kelly of the University of Wyoming, who's both one of the world's experts on hunter-gatherers and an accomplished archaeologist. Today's hunter-gatherers aren't living fossils who provide a direct window onto the distant p…
 
Adrien Broner scored his first win in four years on Saturday night, but did he do enough to earn yet another second chance? Plus Janelson Bocachica Figueroa wins on ShoBox, and Oscar Valdez KOs Miguel Berchelt. And Eric and Kieran preview Canelo's next defense and run through a list of the biggest upsets to take place outside the US.…
 
More than 5,000 years ago, the city of Uruk in what's now Iraq was the heart of a new civilization. Cities, kings, armies, monumental temples, and writing were all new developments. But why here? Why then? And who suffered so that civilization could rise? Listen to new episodes 1 week early, to exclusive seasons 1 and 2, and to all episodes ad free…
 
Have we already seen the Upset of the Year? Kieran and Eric dissect Mauricio Lara's shocking KO of Josh Warrington, as well as the rest of Saturday's fights. Stephen 'Breadman' Edwards joins the pod to help the boys preview this week's pair of cards on Showtime. And Happy 90th birthday, Larry Merchant.…
 
Pyramids, mummies, and pharaohs define our understanding of ancient Egypt, a timeless and eternal land. But the Nile wasn't always ruled by god-like kings, and long before they emerged, Egypt was home to other peoples and other ways of life. As Egyptian civilization emerged, these older traditions didn't disappear, but remained, shaping thousands o…
 
Boxing has a long past, one deeply connected to race, labor, and broader developments in American history. Professor Louis Moore joins me to talk about those topics and about his outstanding book, I Fight For a Living: Boxing and the Battle for Black Manhood, 1880-1915. Find Professor Moore's book here: https://www.amazon.com/Fight-Living-Manhood-1…
 
There were no big fights last weekend, but that doesn't stop Kieran and Eric, who speak with BoxingScene's Keith Idec about the latest boxing news, preview the next ShoBox card, and list the best classic fights that nobody saw coming.โดย Showtime
 
Civilization first emerged in the fertile floodplains of Mesopotamia - present-day Iraq - with priest-kings and cities full of temples and ziggurats, pictographs and cuneiform writing. But what were the conditions and processes that led up to this complex of developments? How and why did it happen, and why there? Listen to new episodes 1 week early…
 
Fresh from his win over Angelo Leo, Stephen "Cool Boy Steph" joins Eric and Kieran, who also open the mailbag, talk about two welterweight prospects stepping up in class, discuss the 168 pound division, and ruminate on Sergey Kovalev and the recreational use of Amazonian tree frogs.โดย Showtime
 
I'm not just talking about the wonderful Sid Meier game series, which I've spent far too many hours playing; how do we define "civilization," how does it come into being, and why does it matter? Listen to new episodes 1 week early, to exclusive seasons 1 and 2, and to all episodes ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early a…
 
Kieran and Eric look back on a busy week of Showtime fights, capped by Stephen Fulton's impressive win over Angelo Leo. Hall of Fame referee Steve Smoger joins the pod to talk boxing, officiating, and broadcasting. And Eric reveals his list of the Top 5 prospects who turned out to be busts.โดย Showtime
 
Stanford University's Professor Li Liu is one of the world's leading experts on prehistoric East Asia and one of the world's primary inventions of farming. I ask her about that, the deep continuities of Chinese civilization, and her recent research on the origins of brewing and alcohol. Listen to new episodes 1 week early, to exclusive seasons 1 an…
 
Showtime is broadcasting not one but two cards this week to kick off its 2021 boxing coverage, and Kieran and Eric break them both down. Plus, Dr. Margaret Goodman, President of VADA and newly-elected Hall of Famer, joins the pod. And after Sergey Kovalev tested positive for PEDs, the boys ponder the future of the man called Krusher.…
 
Agriculture was invented in no fewer than three, and probably four, places in the Americas. It went along with sedentary living and complex societies, but in complicated ways: fishing villages along the Andean coast grew into the cities of Norte Chico, but hunter-gatherers produced the first great mound complexes of the American southeast. How did …
 
A historic day in Georgia history was overshadowed by senseless violence encouraged by the President of the United States and hundreds of Republicans that have pushed baseless claims of election fraud. On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, what comes next in Georgia after Democrats flipped both U.S. Senate seats.…
 
Showtime Boxing will soon kick off its 2021 slate, and ShoBox announcer Barry Tompkins joins the pod to preview the first show of the year and share Hall of Fame memories. And Kieran counts down his list of the Top 5 Pretty Boys who could really fightโดย Showtime
 
What a week. Somewhere between the president's call to Brad Raffensperger on Saturday and the seething and lawless mob in our nation's capitol on Wednesday, Georgia hosted a momentous election. In a conversation from GPB's Georgia Today podcast, Battleground Ballot Box host Stephen Fowler talks about coming to terms with a historic week for Georgia…
 
The initial migrations to the Americas get most of the attention, but people didn't stop living there in the aftermath of those first movements of peoples; they spread out over the Great Plains and the forests of the eastern United States, south into the deserts and jungles of Mesoamerica, and into every corner of South America. In the process, the…
 
On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, we were going to ask Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger about challenges faced during 2020, but then we got audio of President Donald Trump angrily asking him to overturn the election instead.
 
It's a new year, and to mark the occasion, Eric and Kieran each offer their five biggest boxing wishes for the next 12 months. Showtime's Brian Custer joins the podcast to look back on 2020 and ahead to 2021, and to talk Wilder, Crawford, Spence, Broner and more. And Kieran and Eric review Ryan Garcia's win over Luke Campbell and remember the late …
 
The relationship between agriculture, migration, and the distribution of today's most prominent language families is direct but complex. Professor Peter Bellwood, one of the world's leading experts on prehistory, explains how farming led to population growth and movements of people that still shape our world today. Listen to new episodes 1 week ear…
 
On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, we take a step back from all the voting chaos — sort of — and talk with someone who represents the future generation of voting and political participation.
 
Plague, war, and a worsening climate drastically changed Europe in the years and decades after 1350. This new state of affairs laid the groundwork for the explosion around 1500 that gave rise to the modern world. This episode originally aired on June 28, 2018. Listen to all episodes ad free and to exclusive seasons 1 and 2 with Wondery+. Join Wonde…
 
It's the final podcast of the year, so Eric and Kieran reveal their year-end awards, as they pick the Round, KO, Upset, Fighter and Fight of the Year. Plus: thoughts on the new Hall of Fame class, wins for Canelo and GGG, and a head-banging Showtime triple header.โดย Showtime
 
East Asia was one of the world's primary centers of agricultural innovation. Farming was invented there, rice and millet domesticated, and the people who did so grew in numbers and sophistication. Some of the world's most-spoken language families grew out of Neolithic China, and so did the roots of Chinese civilization. If you'd like to see some pi…
 
On this episode of "Battleground: Ballot Box," we look at the extraordinary steps Georgia Republicans have taken to try and overturn the state's election results, attack the systems and rules they put in place and support President Trump's false claims of fraud.
 
Season's Greetings from the Ajero Family! Olivia Ajero and Antonio "Nio" Ajero perform "Sleigh Ride Duet Fantasy" by Leroy Anderson arranged for piano by Zach Heyde and Frank Tedesco. Link to sheet music: https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/sleigh-ride-duet-fantasy-sheet-music/19903568?aff_id=198335…
 
Kieran and Eric run the rule over Anthony Joshua's knockout of Kubrat Pulev, and Chis Colbert's stoppage of Jaime Arboleda on Showtime. They look ahead to next week's final Showtime card of 2020. And they talk to trainer Derrick James about his champions Jermell Charlo and Errol Spence, and about working the corner in an arena without a crowd.…
 
Hominins have lived in East Asia - what's now China, Korea, and Japan - for millions of years, at least as far back as Homo erectus if not further. And as the glaciers began to recede for the last time after 20,000 years ago, people in this part of the world developed humanity's first pottery, rice-farming, and complex societies of incredible diver…
 
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