Society And Culture Podcasts
Listen to the podcasts from our participating museums to see what you can experience on Museum Day 2010 on September 25th.
By Smithsonian magazine
The Random Variety Show Podcast (The RVSP) is an eclectic collection of thoughts, ideas, ramblings, interviews, reviews, suggestions and satire generated deep within the vast caverns of the brain of the host and creator, Charley Miller. Each biweekly episode of The RVSP features discussion and commentary; an interview conducted by the legendary Groucho Marx and a variety of guests from all reaches of life, and lastly a few nonsequitur segments that help keep the show together. Join us won’t you? You know you want to!
By Charley Miller
The iAudioguide Rome currently covers 16 sights of major interest. We offer a free version with sponsor messages, maps for your iPod and to print out. By and alrge, iAudioguide coveres 40 cities in up to 4 languages.
The iAudioguide London currently covers 17 sights of major interest, including a track on the history of London. We offer a free version with sponsor messages, London map to print out and to use on your iPod.
In October 2013, Walk Free Foundation published the inaugural Global Slavery Index - first Index of it's kind providing a estimate country by country of the number of people living in modern slavery today. A key finding from this Index is that there are an estimated 29.8 million people in modern slavery globally. Click on the podcasts to hear experts discuss the issue.
By Walk Free
The sport of cross-country skiing is rich in tradition, from skiers like Johnny "Snowshoe" Thompson to Hermann "Jackrabbit" Johannsen who are credited with bring Nordic skiing from Scandinavia to North America. To the skiers in the famed 10th Mountain Division during World War II. This is the weekly podcast where we talk about legends in cross-country ski history.
By Just Trails