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drewcast. » Drewcasts show

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Search for Detroit morning radio personalities Drew Lane, Marc Fellhauer, Mike Wolters. Listen to Drewcast.

By drewcast.com

The Darker Side of San Luis Obispo show

The Darker Side of San Luis ObispoJoin Now to Follow

Step back into history as you tour San Luis Obispo's dark side. The tour is comprised of audio and visuals that will guide you to each stop and introduce you to characters from the past. The tour takes approximately an 45 minutes to complete.

By The History Center of SLO County

Samurai Archives Japanese History Podcast show

Samurai Archives Japanese History PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Follow your hosts on a trek into Japanese history, from ancient Japan to the end of the Samurai and all points in between - culture, warfare, literature, and interviews. The Official Podcast of the Samurai Archives Japanese History page.

By The Samurai Archives Japanese History Page

Message to Kings - A Biblical History of Man show

Message to Kings - A Biblical History of ManJoin Now to Follow

Message to Kings is a history podcast dedicated to telling a chronological Biblical history of man. The primary focus will be the Biblical events and characters of history supported with historical references and external events. Combining a story-telling style with an historical focus, Message to Kings strives to incorporate spiritual concepts, parallels, prophecies and practical applications from history to our world today. website: messagetokings.com

By Brett Heaston

Vine Street Media - Podcasts » Disturbing Thoughts show

Vine Street Media - Podcasts » Disturbing ThoughtsJoin Now to Follow

Disturbing Thoughts Podcast is an internet show discussing the bizarre to the controversial. New episodes Wednesdays on iTunes!

By Ramon Vasquez Jr.

Wagner Vignettes show

Wagner VignettesJoin Now to Follow

He was one of the most controversial composers in history, but also one of the most single-minded in his desire to create a comprehensive art that would transcend everything that had ever been on stage. He succeeded by writing the librettos and the music for monumental, epic music dramas, as well as building the house to present them.


Let Freedom Think show

Let Freedom ThinkJoin Now to Follow

Most Americans are bad at American History. This isn't exactly shocking information or a well guarded secret. I just want to do something about it. So I'm starting a conversation. I'm going to be re-educating myself on the things my history classes up to this point either whitewashed, missed, or just plain got wrong. I'll be looking to crack some jokes and have some laughs along the way as well. I'm just your average American college student hailing from Tennessee (one of the worst states for public education) so this will be just as much a learning experience for me as it could potentially be for anyone else. If you'd like to be on the show or if my information is wrong and needs to be corrected, PLEASE email me at letfreedomthink@gmail.com

By David Saunders

WFIU-FM: WFIU: Moment of Indiana History Podcast show

WFIU-FM: WFIU: Moment of Indiana History PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Weekly 2-minute program on Indiana History produced by WFIU Public Media in association with the Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations.

By WFIU Public Media (wfiu.org)

Inside Appalachia show

Inside AppalachiaJoin Now to Follow

Each week, Inside Appalachia travels along misty mountain roads into a world steeped in splendor and struggle. With sounds and voices from across the region, host Jessica Lilly guides you on a tour of stories that are often untold or, even worse, misunderstood by the wider public. With complicated connections to controversial topics, Appalachia and her seemingly ordinary people will challenge stereotypes with their extraordinary stories.

By West Virginia Public Broadcasting

Short Story Guy Podcast: Current Event and Modern Fiction Stories show

Short Story Guy Podcast: Current Event and Modern Fiction StoriesJoin Now to Follow

The Short Story Guy Podcast is the audio version of ShortStoryGuy.com, the current event and modern-day fiction and nonfiction publication. The show features relevant short stories that help you keep up with today's news, follow modern issues, and be entertained by daily occurrences. "Today's stories are worth telling." The show's host is Jose Cervantes. Learn more at http://www.shortstoryguy.com.

By Jose Cervantes: Writer, Editor for Short Story Guy Publication