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One Big Question Podcast

Gregory L. Fenves has spent nearly four decades in higher education and still has an almost obsessive interest in learning. At Emory, he is surrounded by some of the world’s most brilliant minds. They suggested Greg get a microphone and some gear and ask Emory experts about society, the future, and the challenges we face, […]

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“Revolutionary War Rarities.”

 In the Tennessee Valley, a group has brought an old story to a new audience on a new platform. The podcast ‘Revolutionary War Rarities’ is a brand new one, and it was produced by two members of the Tennessee Valley chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoXkctskRWPsddCeMiuFwIQ/featured

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The Belly Of The Beast Podcast

An original GoLoud podcast explores the fascinating life of Ned Broy and how his activities helped change the course of Irish history. At the same time, Ned Broy was leaking key information to Michael Collins while working closely with British intelligence agencies. As the series begins, Brendan McCauley learns that he has purchased Ned Broy’s […]

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Newcastle Witches podcast

In a new podcast, Newcastle’s 17th-century witch trials shed light on a long-forgotten part of its history. This podcast, produced by Newcastle and Gateshead-based film company Candle & Bell, explores NewcNewcastle’sk history of witchcraft. When Maria Caruana Galizia and assistant producer Caitlin Bramwell discovered that they were both fascinated by medieval tales of witchcraft, they […]

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History of Cyprus Podcast

An entertaining new podcast that appeals to both academics and the general public is bringing the history of Cyprus to life. Founded by Andreas Charalambous to learn more about Cyprus, it serves as a knowledge-sharing platform for academics. Podcasts are designed to appeal to both those with no background in Cyprus history and those interested […]

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Western Edition Podcast

The Huntington-USC Institute for California and the West’s most recent podcast, Western Edition, is hosted by the institute’s director, William Deverell, an American historian. It is intended to engage Angelenos, Californians, and Westerners as critical thinkers, conscious consumers, and informed citizens. Our podcast tells the stories of our region’s people and communities, connecting the past […]

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HOLOCAUST HiSTORIES Podcast

Boxers’ dreams are snatched and replaced by nightmares in the prime of their lives. Boxing is no longer for money and pride but bread scraps and survival. The winner lives another day. The loser is dead. Tell the stories of boxers who overcame incomprehensible terrors and survived. Fighting no longer occurs on boxing rings but […]

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Stories From Another Day Podcast

During this podcast, we explore the back corners of Collingwood Museum and dig through the books, dust off the shelves, and dig through the documents to discover the people, events, and stories that made our community what it is today.

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Spectacle: Las Vegas

Las Vegas artist brings a unique perspective to the new podcast on the city’s past. The Spectacle series analyzes the cultural and societal implications of your guilty pleasures. The series simultaneously celebrates and critiques the media, people, and places that define us, from reality TV to true crime. Las Vegas: Season 2 The city has […]

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America’s Girls Podcast

For 50 years, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders have been a global phenomenon, endlessly photographed, televised, and commercialized. They began as an experiment and became America’s sweethearts, a very Texas hybrid of pageant beauty, good-girl etiquette, and come-hither slink. But what’s always been missing from their story is the voices of the cheerleaders themselves—until now. Bestselling […]

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