Society And Culture Podcasts

The South African History Podcast show

The South African History PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Mark Groenewald tells the story of the rich history of South Africa. From the first humans that walked the earth to the Portuguese sailors that rounded the Cape to the present day. Nelson Mandela played a pivotal role in the recent history of South Africa but the podcast unveils some of the hidden truths and secrets behind the stories that made the news. The podcast also delves into the characters behind the big names that ever so often gets mentioned in the history books.

By Mark Groenewald: Blogger, History of South Africa Nut

[국민라디오] 마사오와 물뚝심송의 명화극장 - 마물극장 show

[국민라디오] 마사오와 물뚝심송의 명화극장 - 마물극장Join Now to Follow

마사오와 물뚝심송, 두 남자가 만드는 쫄깃한 영화 수다 - 마물극장

By 국민TV 미디어협동조합

Lost Islamic History show

Lost Islamic HistoryJoin Now to Follow

Lost Islamic History’s mission is to educate all people, regardless of religious affiliation about the story of Muslims of the past. Great feats have been achieved by Muslims throughout the world for the past 1400 years and they deserve to be recognized. It is our belief that the only way Muslims (and the world in general) can again regain such prominence and success is to follow Islam as it is meant to be followed. This website aims to promote that by giving examples of successful Muslims who adhered to Islam and contrasting it with those who were not successful and did not follow Islam closely. That said, this website does not exist to promote any political agenda. It is our policy to refrain from commenting on any modern political developments, or support any modern political ideologies. This allows us to remain unbaised in our analysis of past empires, people, and civilizations.

By Lostislamichistory.com

The Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson show

The Essays of Ralph Waldo EmersonJoin Now to Follow

Recognized as one of the greatest writers of the English Language, Emerson and his friend Throreau helped found a new literature grounded in personal thought and ideas.

By ejunto.org

Thomas Jefferson show

Thomas JeffersonJoin Now to Follow

One of the most disputed figures in American History, Jefferson was a central figure in the Revolutionary, Federalist, and Jeffersonian era. David Muzzey captures the character of Jefferson in a way few biographers have.

By ejunto.org

The Declaration of Independence show

The Declaration of IndependenceJoin Now to Follow

Thomas Jefferson's masterful summation of 18th century liberal thought, the words of the Declaration feature prominently in Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" and Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" Speech.

By ejunto.org

George Washington show

George WashingtonJoin Now to Follow

Written by William Roscoe Thayer this is one of the finer single volume biographies of Washington.

By ejunto.org

The Columbian Orator by Caleb Bingham show

The Columbian Orator by Caleb BinghamJoin Now to Follow

Written in 1797 to serve as a primer for those wishing to master oratory skills the Columbian Orator includes speeches by William Pitt, George Washington and Julius Caesar.

By ejunto.org

John Adams show

John AdamsJoin Now to Follow

The unquestioned voice of American Independence, Adams was instrumental in uniting disparate colonies into a concerted movement. In the years following independence Adams struggled to find his place in the diplomatic and political future of his country capstoning his contribution with a one term presidency that left him feeling bitter and under-appreciated

By ejunto.org

The Prince show

The PrinceJoin Now to Follow

Written in 1513 by Niccolo Machiavelli to the Medici family. Today The Prince is read not for its outdated views on government, but for its historical and philosophical value.

By ejunto.org