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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.
 
A dive into historical topics from an elevated perspective. New episodes will be out every Wednesday. Find us on our socials:@Historicallyhi on Twitter@histocallyhighpod on Instagram Don't forget to like, rate, subscribe, and let your friends know what they are missing.
 
Historical Light is a Masonic show based on the historical events and aspects within Freemasonry. Between our 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!
 
Luzerne County Historical Society Director of Operations and Programs and Museum Curator, Mark Riccetti, Jr. and Wilkes-Barre Area School District Social Studies teacher and former Luzerne County Historical Society board member, Michael Ward, discuss some well known and never heard of topics about the rich and full history of Luzerne County.
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to the podcast of the German Historical Institute London, a research centre for German and British academics and students in the heart of Bloomsbury. The GHIL is a research base for historians of all eras working on colonial history and global relations or the history of Great Britain and Ireland, and also provides a meeting point for UK historians whose research concerns the history of the German-speaking lands. In each podcast episode, ranging from interviews to lecture recordings, ...
 
Doth Protest Too Much is a podcast on church history and the development of Protestant theology over the past several centuries. It is hosted by Episcopal priest Rev. Andrew Christiansen along with Stephen Burnett, Rev. Charlie Lehmann (Lutheran-LCMS), and Rev. James Rickenbaker (Episcopal). It also features interviews and discussions with world-class theologians and scholars of church history. We can be listened to on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube, & more. Follow us on Twitter @MuchDoth ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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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This week, Abigail, Helen and Sara are your favourite exposition crones, as we take a wild ride through The 13th Warrior (1999) - a film that probably would have made a better amusement park ride. Based on Michael Crichton's 1976 novel, The Eaters of the Dead, 13th Warrior tells the story of Arab ambassador, Ahmad Ibn Fadlan (Antonio Banderas) who …
 
Today I’m sharing a conversation I had with author Sarah Elisabeth Sawyer. Sarah and I discuss her novels, most of which feature American Indians. She is a member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma herself. Not only did she speak to me in Choctaw, we talked about her story of surrendering everything to God, how he gave her writing back to her, and h…
 
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. This week, I'm pleased to welcome Angela Hunt to the show. We're chatting about her latest release, The Apostle's Sister, a fascinating story about Paul's sister. We had so much fun talking, you'll want to be sure to …
 
In 1919, Eugene Christophe was awarded the first yellow jersey, but he did not win the Tour de France that year. Learn about the history of the yellow jersey and why it was adopted as a symbol of the race.Written by Darcy Benson. Narration by Nicholas B. Breyfogle. A textual version of this video is available at https://origins.osu.edu/watch/tour-d…
 
Did you know that Kansas has a lodge whos membership is made up purely of law enforcement officials? It's true and while not an "old" lodge, they have some pretty cool history. This week Historical Light welcomes Brothers Cole Presley and Daren Kellerman. These two gents have more than one thing in common. They are both Kansas Masons, both law enfo…
 
London, 2017. Lucille will do anything for her beloved grandmother. So when Granny Sylvie volunteers to send her to Paris to retrieve a beloved Dior creation left in the city many years ago, Lucille accepts. Why not escape for the weekend, when home means dealing with her hostile, demanding boss and a mother so uncaring that she’s forgotten Lucille…
 
Rev. Andrew's friend Jacob Bouma-Sims joins the podcast to discuss the most recent EFAC-USA (Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion-USA) conference that he attended. He also shares his personal story and how God brought him out of atheism. He also talks about his own true-crime and history fusion podcast titled "Mead and Murder". Some of …
 
In 1920 a large portion of the Bradley farm north of the West River was purchased by the Windham County Cooperative Milk Producers Association. The Milk Producers Association purchased the 75 acre property and planned to build a milk plant on the sight. The milk plant was a cooperative effort of the dairy farmers in the area. Originally, 115 farmer…
 
In part 1, Mark Riccetti, Jr., and Michael Ward talked about the build up of Hurricane Agnes and devastation that hit Luzerne County on June 23, 1972. Fireside History Season 2 Episode 4 "Agnes at 50: Part 2" goes over what came next. From cleaning the mud, living in a trailer, the Flood Recovery Task Force, and the long term impact the flood had o…
 
Have you ever been told that the Flood of Genesis really happened exactly as described and that Noah's Ark really exists and is waiting to be recovered? This episode is all about those arguments and why they are demonstrably wrong. Pledge on Patreon to get ad-free episodes and exclusive episodes! Check out my novel, Manuscript Found! And check out …
 
King Frederick II of Prussia enjoys the reputation of a philosopher king and a major author in his own right. But integral to that reputation is his chequered relationship with an increasingly energetic and volatile eighteenth-century public sphere. This joint lecture explores two key episodes in this history.…
 
In this episode I share with you a story of a beheading on Whidbey Island in WA, The story of Coit Tower in San Fran, CA. How Jackson became the Capital of Mississippi and even why we call coffee "a cup of joe" Unfortunately I had some technical difficulties on 2 stories, Midwest which was Perry's victory in Ohio during the war of 1812 and the nort…
 
Laura Frantz is a Christy Award winner and best-selling author of more than a dozen historical novels, with a special affection for 18th century America. Hi there, I’m your host Jenny Wheeler, and today on Binge Reading Laura talks about her latest romance called A Heart Adrift, an American historical about a Virginia chocolatier and a privateering…
 
Introducing Encore – a new monthly feature on Binge Reading – and Deborah Challinor, a top selling New Zealand historical fiction author and her latest book The Leonard Sisters, This is where we talk to authors who have already been on the show about their latest book… Nurse Rowie Leonard is pro war. Her younger sister, Jo is a protestor and they’r…
 
Hey everyone! I am back!! I hope you are all doing well. Today's episode I talk about my moving story and then we will talk about 3 haunted locations in Tennessee. Old Lincoln Country Hospital, The Lotz House and the Orpheum Theater. I couldn't do this without your amazing support! Please check out more links below to get connected to Historically …
 
Colonel Robert Gibbon Johnson of Salem County, New JerseyJoseph T. Buckingham, editor of the Boston Courier in the 1830s, had a way with invective:The mere fungus of an offensive plant which one cannot touch without an immediate application of soap and water with an infusion of eau de cologne, to sweeten the hand…O ye caterers of luxuries, ye gods …
 
Today I’m sharing a conversation with Terry Roberts about his book My Mistress’ Eyes Are Raven Black, a hard-boiled detective story set on Ellis Island in the 1920s. Terry and I discuss the idea that lead him to write this novel: the human “need” to look down on or despise the “other.” We also talk about the real-life inspiration behind the story a…
 
1969 New York City, The Summer of Love. But not love for all. The Stonewall Inn, a bar run by the mafia and catering to those in the early LGBTQ community, when it was very dangerous to belong to that group. The local police would raid it now and then, but find out when enough is finally enough and they finally refuse to leave. The beginning of a r…
 
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. I am so thrilled to welcome my friend and fellow Wisconsinite Jaime Jo Wright to the podcast this week. She's here to talk about her new book, The Souls of Lost Lake, how she goes about writing all the twists and turn…
 
In this week's episode, Alice and Helen discuss 2008 film Affinity, an adaptation of the Sarah Waters novel of the same name from 1999. Affinity is an atmospheric tale of Victorian crime and spiritualism, in which Margaret Prior (Anna Madeley), a wealthy 'lady visitor' to Millbank Prison becomes fascinated by inmate Selina Dawes (Zoe Tapper), a dis…
 
You know the story of the Titanic....or do you? No Leo and Kate weren't there getting busy in the back of a car and no Billy Zane didn't sneak onto a lifeboat. The real story of the lives lost that night are due to a more simple explanation. Greed and Arrogance. Join us as we discuss what went wrong, how the ship itself may not have even been the r…
 
Katherine Howe is a New York Times bestselling historian and novelist and together with American journalist and author Anderson Cooper she co-authored Vanderbilt: The Rise and Fall of an American Dynasty. She talks about the project, how it came together, and her own bestselling fiction on this week’s Joys of Binge Reading. Hi there, I’m your host …
 
By 1861, there were 250,000 free people of color living in the American South. They were signs of contradiction amidst a slave society built upon the concept of white supremacy in a racial hierarchy. Laws curtailed and denied their rights seemingly in every conceivable way, from prohibiting their legal testimony against whites to barring them from …
 
Today I talked to Tracy Lawson about her novel Answering Liberty's Call: Anna Stone's Daring Ride to Valley Forge (Gray Lion Books, 2021). In 1778, war is men's business. That doesn't stop Anna Stone from getting involved in the fight. As the wife of a preacher-turned-soldier, a healer, and mother of three, Anna knows her place in this world. She t…
 
In 2020 three middle school activists visited with the Town Manager to discuss the Civil War Soldiers' Monument. In 2022 a corrective bronze tablet will be added to the site to present a more comprehensive representation of those who fought and died for Brattleboro during the Civil War. Here's the story...…
 
Today I’m sharing a conversation I had with Scott Gates, whose latest novel, Gone, the Redeemer, just released June 15, 2022. We discuss the difficult task of acquiring an agent, how historical facts can derail the planned plot of a novel, and what it’s like to write in different genres. Scott grew up in Montgomery, Alabama, and has worked as a wri…
 
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. This week, we chat with author Rachel Fordham about her latest release, Where the Road Bends. We talk about the story, boxing, baseball, and how writing is a family affair. Where the Road Bends by Rachel Fordham As No…
 
June 23, 1972, is a day that many residents of the Wyoming Valley have burned into their memories. People evacuated, water rushed the streets, homes and businesses disappeared, and life was never the same. In episode 4 of season 2, Mark Riccetti, Jr., and Michael Ward take us on a journey of events leading up to and a timeline breakdown of what hap…
 
The Trial of the Century is here, well our podcast on it anyway, and I may be bias, but this is almost as entertaining as the trial itself. With a mountain of testimonial, physical, and DNA evidence against OJ, how was he found not guilty. Well we're gonna tell how this one got all kinds of fucked up and what The Juice has been up to since.…
 
In Black Cloud Rising (Grove Press 2022), author and scholar David Wright Faladé tells the story of Richard Etheridge, who towards the end of the Civil War joined America’s first and only “African Brigade.” Later recognized as a state hero, Etheridge is a young man when he joins the brigade in late 1863. Led by the one-armed General Edward Augustus…
 
Erika Robuck’s heart-stopping new World War II drama, Sisters of Night and Fog, was named a Most Anticipated Book of 2022 by BuzzFeed, BookBub, Book Trib and more! It tells the story of two very different women with a common cause. Hi there, I’m your host Jenny Wheeler, and on Binge Reading today, international bestselling author Erika Robuck talks…
 
In early December, 1777, Joseph Plumb Martin and his comrades in the Continental Army sat down to feast upon aOur Hero: Rhode Island Quaker ironworker turned Major General and logisticianThanksgiving meal, mandated by the Second Continental Congress. “...To add something extraordinary to our present stock of provisions, our country, ever mindful of…
 
When Football Is Football is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Sports Yesteryear. NETWORK SPONSORS Row One - the vintage shop for sports history fans! HIGHLIGHTED SHOW I am Chad Cain your host of One Guy with a Mic Presents: History of Dingers and Dunks. I am going to be bringing the history of baseball and basketball to lif…
 
On September 20, 1519, five ships carrying about 270 men sailed westward from the Spanish port of Sanlúcar de Barrameda. Their goal was to reach the Spice Islands of Maluku and open a new trading route for Spain.Bởi Origins OSU
 
Henry and Janet Schroeder moved to Ginseng Hill in West Brattleboro in the 1950’s. He was an accomplished scientific researcher and she was an accomplished sculptor. By happenstance a litter of rats at the Schroeder laboratory would help change the world of science. Here's the story...Bởi Brattleboro Historical Society
 
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