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Weekly reading of National Geographic Magazine produced by Radio Eye under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized entities that are governmental or nonprofit organizations whose primary mission is to provide copyrighted works in specialized formats to blind or disabled people. By continuing to listen, you verify you have an eligible print-reading disability.
 
National Geographic Magazine Volume 2 Number 3: The Arctic Cruise of the U.S.S. Thetis in the Summer and Autumn of 1889. The Law of Storms, considered with special reference to the North Atlantic. The Irrigation Problem in Montana. National Geographic Magazine Volume 2 Number 4: Korea and the Koreans. The Ordnance Survey of Great Britain - its history and object. Geographic Nomenclature. National Geographic Magazine Volume 2 Number 5: Announcement. Summary of Reports on the Mt. St. Elias Exp ...
 
National Geographic Magazine Volume 1 Number 1 published in 1889. Topics of articles are: Announcement by the National Geographic Society Introductory Address by the President Geographic Methods in Geologic Investigation Classification of Geographic Forms by Genesis The Great Storm of March 11 to 14, 1888 The Great Storm off the Atlantic Coast of the United States, March 11th to 14th, 1888 The Survey of the Coast The Survey and Map of Massachusetts (Summary by Guero)
 
The National Geographic Magazine, an illustrated monthly, the October Number. It includes the following articles: California by the Hon. George C. Perkins The Economic Aspects of Soil Erosion by Dr N. S. Shaler The Nansen Polar Expedition, Special Report of the Hon. Ernest A. Man Ice-Cliffs On The Kowak River by Lieut. J. C. Cantwell Recent Hydrographic Work, by F. H. Newell Miscellanea
 
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De sus seis esposas, Enrique VIII se divorció de una, ejecutó a la segunda, lloró a una tercera, repudió a la siguiente... Pero el caso más trágico fue quizás el de Catalina Howard, una joven de apenas 18 años a la que el rey hizo decapitar por supuesto adulterio. Te contamos su historia.
 
In this episode we tell the tale of ancient athletes that competed (and cheated) to win the Ancient Olympic games. We encounter an Emperor who bribes his way into winning, athleticism without pants, and a lot of foot races. —- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of some of the best stories from Greek Mythology. Check o…
 
How do you calculate the number of chimpanzees living in the forests of Nigeria? If you’re National Geographic Explorer Rachel Ashegbofe, you listen carefully. After discovering that Nigerian chimpanzees are a genetically distinct population, Rachel began searching for their nests to study them more closely. Now she’s teaching her community how to …
 
In der zweiten Episode unseres Themenmonats bei „Explore“ gehen wir gemeinsam auf Tornadojagd und erhalten Einblicke in eine spektakuläre Schildkrötenrettung. Zu Gast begrüßen wir Wendy Knight von der Auffangstation für Meeresschildkröten Sea Turtle Inc. im texanischen Süden. Sie erzählt uns die unglaubliche Geschichte, wie ein unerwarteter Kältesc…
 
El ajuar funerario que Howard Carter halló en 1922 en la famosa tumba del Valle de los Reyes contenía todo lo necesario para garantizar al faraón una vida apacible y segura en el Más Allá. Te contamos qué escondía la tumba de Tutankamón, uno de los faraones más famosos del Antiguo Egipto.
 
The stories featured in Greeking Out are original adaptations of classic Greek myths. This week’s story features punishments that don’t fit the crime, being able to see the future, spying on a goddess, gods who don’t take rejection well, and a man who is turned into a woman. —- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of so…
 
In the basement of National Geographic’s headquarters, there’s a lab holding a secret tech weapon: Tom O’Brien. As Nat Geo’s photo engineer, O’Brien adapts new technologies to capture sights and sounds previously never seen or heard before. O’Brien leads us on a tour of his lab as he designs and builds an underwater camera and shows us some of his …
 
En sus primeros años de vida los niños quedaban al cuidado de las mujeres de la casa, dedicados a toda clase de juegos. En la tradicional sociedad griega se valoraba más tener un hijo que una hija; el varón estaba mejor considerado porque se pensaba que podría ayudar a la economía familiar de forma más decisiva que una chica.…
 
In this episode we are Mesopotamian Around while we tell the epic tale of Gilgamesh and his quest for immortality. We encounter more bad coping mechanisms for grief, the realities of death, a descent into the Underworld, and giant arthropods. —- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of some of the best stories from Greek…
 
It sounds like the start of a bad joke: How do you move eight giraffes—including a newborn calf—off an island in Africa’s Western Rift Valley? Answer: It isn’t easy, and it involves a boat, blindfolds, and earmuffs. We follow conservationist David O’Connor on an epic (and awkward) journey to save these endangered animals. For more information about…
 
Groß. Größer. Texas.Der neue Themenmonat bei „Explore“ führt uns in den amerikanischen Bundesstaat Texas. Über die texanische Mentalität, Heimatstolz und den sogenannten „texanischen Sonderweg“ sprechen wir mit der langjährigen US-Korrespondentin und freien Journalisten Nicole Markwald. Außerdem erkunden wir gemeinsam einen traumhaften Ort direkt a…
 
In this episode we tell the tales of Orion and Kallisto, who both meet horrible fates for being Artemis’ friend. We encounter pranks that go way too far, Zeus not being able to leave anyone alone, the creation of constellations, and love leading to pregnancy. --- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of some of the best …
 
After 17 years underground, so-called Brood X cicadas get a fleeting moment in the sun and commence their deafening buzz. But periodical cicadas can’t escape a silent killer: a fungus that eats them from the inside and forces them into a rabid mania. Follow National Geographic Explorer Matt Kasson as he tracks these “flying saltshakers of death,” a…
 
Los ilotas pertenecían al Estado y no podían ser vendidos fuera de Esparta ni liberados por los particulares. De hecho los ciudadanos de Esparta podían consagrar su vida entera a la guerra porque sus esclavos, los ilotas, a los que trataban cruelmente, los liberaban de cualquier preocupación material…
 
In this episode we tell the tale of a hero who rescues a princess and a princess who doesn't really need rescuing. We come across boastful mothers, scary sea monsters, a terrible flood, a monster with a sad backstory, and, of course, snakes. —- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of some of the best stories from Greek …
 
A Reckoning in Tulsa A century ago, Tulsa’s Greenwood neighborhood was a vibrant Black community. One spring night in 1921 changed all that: a white mob rioted, murdering as many as 300 Black residents and destroying their family homes and thriving businesses. Archaeologists are working to uncover one of the worst—and virtually unknown—incidents of…
 
Er steht im Guinnessbuch der Rekorde für “the longest continuous vigil hunting for Nessie”, also für die längste ununterbrochene Jagd auf Nessie. Seit 30 Jahren widmet Steve Feltham sein Leben der Suche nach dem sagenumwobenen Ungeheuer von Loch Ness. Um den Alltag als full time nessie hunter, um persönliche Freiheit und um skurrile Geschichten run…
 
Durante siglos se creyó que la peste se transmitía a través del aire y que podía prevenirse o curarse ingiriendo extrañas pócimas, haciendo sangrías, purificando el ambiente mediante aromas o vigilando que no entrara en las ciudades ningún infectado. Durante una epidemia, los médicos quedaban directamente expuestos al contagio y eran muchos los que…
 
In this episode we tell the tale of the Gigantomachy, or how the Giants challenged the Olympians for control of the Cosmos. We come across a war started for ridiculous reasons, lots of fighting, the help of a mortal, some stolen cattle, and dastardly war tactics. —- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of some of the be…
 
Every spring Inupiaq hunters camp on the sea ice north of the Arctic Circle, in hopes of capturing a bowhead whale to share with their village. But as global warming accelerates ice melt, it threatens the tribe’s 4,000-year-old tradition. National Geographic photographer Kiliii Yuyan recounts the five years he spent documenting these whale hunters,…
 
Bajo una falsa identidad árabe, Domingo Badía actuó como espía en Marruecos y logró introducirse en el santuario de La Meca, del que ofreció la primera descripción precisa. Según su relato, no había agricultura ni escuelas. La población vivía del peregrinaje, de manera que apenas había artesanía o comercio, pero los puritanos wahabíes …
 
In this episode we tell the tale of the creation of humans. We come across generous Titans, a vengeful Zeus, stories with plots that reinforce gender stereotypes, and all the horrors of mankind. —- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of some of the best stories from Greek Mythology. Check out bit.ly/ZeusOut to meet Zeu…
 
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