History Podcasts

SER Historia show

SER HistoriaJoin Now to Follow

La historia universal y sus más destacados acontecimientos son el hilo conductor de este programa presentado y dirigido por Nacho Ares. www.nachoares.com / www.serhistoria.es

By SER Historia

A History of Europe, Key Battles show

A History of Europe, Key BattlesJoin Now to Follow

A History of Europe from the Ancient Greeks to the First World War. Why does Europe exist as a separate continent at all? What allowed such a diversity of cultures within this small part of the world? What has determined the borders of and within Europe? I will use a series of key battles to help answer these questions by telling the story of Europe through the ages with the focus of each podcast as a particularly pivotal battle

By Carl Rylett

StreetWise Hebrew show

StreetWise HebrewJoin Now to Follow

A bite-sized podcast that discusses Modern Hebrew language gems. From slang to etymology, textual graffiti, Biblical idioms that are still around, influences from other languages, and other linguistic phenomena, host Guy Sharett shows us what we can learn about the Israeli psyche, society, and culture through its language.

By TLV1 Radio

Sports City Chicago Video Podcast show

Sports City Chicago Video PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Go inside the journey with in-depth interviews of Chicago Athletes.

By Sports City Chicago

The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne show

The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel HawthorneJoin Now to Follow

The story begins in seventeenth-century Salem, Massachusetts, then a Puritan settlement. A young woman, Hester Prynne, is led from the town prison with her infant daughter, Pearl, in her arms and the scarlet letter “A” on her breast. The scarlet letter “A” represents the act of adultery that she has committed; it is to be a symbol of her sin for all to see. She will not reveal her lover’s identity, however, and the scarlet letter, along with her public shaming, is her punishment for her sin and her secrecy.

By Books Should Be Free

Scicast show

ScicastJoin Now to Follow

Um quilo de ciência, quatro colheres de cultura pop, açúcar, games, farinha, literatura, cinema e tudo que há de bom. Misture bem e antes de levar ao forno tempere com essência de espírito de porco. Entendeu? Pois tente, você vai se surpreender.

By #SciCast Team

No Related Items show

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The IMPERIAN MANDATE is a weekly program dedicated to providing pro-White activists and intellectuals (worldwide) w/ an unbiased platform to promote their views. New episodes every Monday night at 8 PM (EST) ONLY on the AMERICAN NATIONALIST NETWORK: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/american-nationalist-network


The War  show

The War Join Now to Follow

Follow America's journey from isolationism to Pearl Harbor and V-J day through old time radio. Host Adam Graham is your guide through speeches, public affairs programs, comedies, dramas, and more. Hear the story of World War 2 told through the golden age of radio.

By The War

The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio show

The Decameron by Giovanni BoccaccioJoin Now to Follow

The Decameron (subtitle: Prencipe Galeotto) is a collection of 100 novellas by Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio, probably begun in 1350 and finished in 1353. It is a medieval allegorical work best known for its bawdy tales of love, appearing in all its possibilities from the erotic to the tragic. Many notable writers such as Shakespeare and Chaucer are said to have borrowed from The Decameron.

By Books Should Be Free

History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon show

History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward GibbonJoin Now to Follow

The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, a major literary achievement of the 18th century published in six volumes, was written by the celebrated English historian Edward Gibbon. Volume I was published in 1776, and went through six printings (a remarkable feat for its time). Volumes II and III were published in 1781; volumes IV, V, VI in 1788-89. The original volumes were published as quartos, a common publishing practice of the time.The books cover the period of the Roman Empire after Marcus Aurelius, from just before 180 to 1453 and beyond, concluding in 1590. They take as their material the behaviour and decisions that led to the decay and eventual fall of the Roman Empire in the East and West, offering an explanation for why the Roman Empire fell.Gibbon is sometimes called the first “modern historian of ancient Rome.” By virtue of its mostly objective approach and highly accurate use of reference material, Gibbon’s work was adopted as a model for the methodologies of 19th and 20th century historians.

By Books Should Be Free