Society And Culture Podcasts

Learn Japanese | JapanesePod101.com (Audio) show

Learn Japanese | JapanesePod101.com (Audio)Join Now to Follow

Learn Japanese with Daily Podcasts from Tokyo Whether you are Japan-bound or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at Japanesepod101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever! Yoroshiku O-negai Shimasu!

By JapanesePod101.com

Memphis Type History: The Podcast show

Memphis Type History: The PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Small bits of rumor, lore, stories, and signage from Memphis, TN brought to your earbuds weekly. Join partners in time Caitlin L. Horton, author of Memphis Type History, and Rebecca Phillips, the artist behind Memphis Type Illustrated, as they tell each other stories from Memphis history, interview interesting people about Memphis history, and more.

By Memphis Type History

Tranzmischon show

TranzmischonJoin Now to Follow

In the summers of 1963 and 1964 all across Europe, mysterious untraceable radio transmissions portrayed the story of an unknown man begging for his life. Based on the original recordings of German physicist Ilsa Müller, this is the complete untold story of those transmissions. Narrated by Eleanor Whitford.

By Ilsa Müller | Eleanor Whitford

Defunctland show

DefunctlandJoin Now to Follow

Join Defunctland creator Kevin Perjurer and guests as they discuss theme park attractions of the past, present, and future.

By Kevin Perjurer

Before Your Time show

Before Your TimeJoin Now to Follow

Exploring Vermont's history, one object at a time.

By VTDigger

The Commons show

The CommonsJoin Now to Follow

The Commons is a seasonal contemplation of key figures through history. Coming up in season 2, host Brian Phillips will explore ten key figures (or periods) in church history.

By CiRCE Institute Podcast Network

The Treatise on Friendship show

The Treatise on FriendshipJoin Now to Follow

In this creative and entertaining dialogue, Marcus Tullius Cicero explores the roots of friendship as well as its benefits and pitfalls.

By ejunto.org

The Life of James Madison show

The Life of James MadisonJoin Now to Follow

Written in 1902 by the editor of Madison's papers, Hunt's The Life of James Madison follows the "Father of the Constitution" from his education, early political training, shining moment at the Constitutional Convention and difficult Presidential years.

By ejunto.org

On Being show

On BeingJoin Now to Follow

The premier theologion of early America, Jonathan Edwards, explores the futility of "absolute nothing" and the the existance of a "necessary eternal being."

By ejunto.org

A Brief Biography of Andrew Jackson show

A Brief Biography of Andrew JacksonJoin Now to Follow

From a series of short biographies written by W.A. Peters this is a fourty-seven minute look at our nations 7th president.

By ejunto.org