History Podcasts

MiDDLiNG DeLiGHTS show

MiDDLiNG DeLiGHTSJoin Now to Follow

A retrospective of pop culture overreach from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. They can’t all be home runs, but we definitely appreciate folks thinking big.

By MiDDLiNG DeLiGHTS

Made of Mettle show

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A motivational podcast where we share inspiring stories of regular people overcoming insurmountable odds. Check out more info at madeofmettlepodcast.com!

By Ari the Hippie

Playing With The Past show

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Playing with the Past is a podcast that takes a look at the history in games.

By Samantha

That's a Bad Sign show

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Serial killers, cold cases, missing persons and conspiracy theories... there's no topic these two women won't cover. Hosts Emily and Liz discuss a new true crime case every week, diving into gruesome details, while managing to keep the mood light.

By Emily Winchurch & Liz Mahoney

The Russian Empire History Podcast show

The Russian Empire History PodcastJoin Now to Follow

The history of all the peoples of the Russian Empire. Russian imperialism from its origins to the present day. New episode every other Sunday.

By JP Bristow

THE HISTORIC NORMANDY SHOW show

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An english-speaking french journalist and writer, specializing in the history of Normandy and Great Britain, shares his discoveries, reports and thoughts in a lively and friendly conversation that takes you along the fascinating paths of the past. From little-known figures found in the archives to the splendours of architecture and art, the Historic Normandy Show will open up new perspectives to all history and heritage enthusiasts. With a French accent.

By SERGE VAN DEN BROUCKE

The BackTracker History Show show

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Based in the UK, this self confessed history geek takes you for a stroll down memory lane and shares stories and interesting nuggets of information that has been discovered along the way. From tales of tragedy and sadness to epic stories of human courage or creativity, there are many people in history who have made their mark, however small. If you enjoyed the show, don't forget to share or leave feedback. It all helps! Keep in touch via either Twitter or Facebook by using @BackTrackerUK

By The Backtracker

Khám Phá Lịch Sử | khamphalichsu.com show

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Những quan điểm, góc nhìn về lịch sử qua các bài viết tìm hiểu, nghiên cứu, khám phá lịch sử Việt Nam, lịch sử thế giới, văn hóa Việt Nam, văn hóa thế giới

By Khám Phá Lịch Sử

Strange Origins show

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Have you ever wondered what gave birth to the stories we tell around the campfire? What happened in our history that caused spooky tales of creatures such as werewolves and ladies in white to be passed down from generation to generation? And more importantly, why are we still so fascinated with the macabre? Join me as I jump down the rabbit hole of a new subject each week and attempt to stitch together the history of all things strange and spooky. Visit FascinatingPodcasts.com for more info.

By Fascinating Productions

From the 55 Yard Line show

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From CFL America Radio, sports journalist Scott Adamson, along with fellow enthusiast and armchair historian Greg James, take a hot read with guests on the history, remembrances, culture, lore, legends and meaning of pro football around the world. Every few weeks the pair will sit down with authors who, through their books, have given all of us a close up look and perspective at the game we have grown up with and enjoy no matter where on the map we may call home, be it in Tokyo cheering for the Roughriders, in America's south rooting for the J E T S, or in Chicago cheering for Da Bears. What has brought Scott and Greg together has been their love of professional football not just in America, but in Canada where Americans make up many of the players and who for too long have gone unrecognized in their native land. In their podcast they will take on a global view of the game and seek to entertain and educate on what the game means to those who have the same passion as they do and also in the larger context of history and sports economics in the 21st Century. Host- Scott Adamson Scott Adamson hails from Birmingham, Alabama, known as the "Football Capital of the South" and a place that has hosted more pro football teams than just about any other city, none of which have been in the NFL and all that have failed. Quickly. As veteran sportswriter he can attest that being a fan, no matter the brand of team is the triumph of hope over experience. Having decided at an early age that tackle football was the greatest sport man had yet to invent, Scott took on a fan's-eye view of life with Brand X football in his book "The Home Team: My Bromance with Off-Brand Football," which is a funny, somewhat tortured, journey of a fanatic's lifelong quest for a hometown team of his own. Host- Greg James Greg James hails from Chicago, Illinois, which he describes as the "Pro Football Capital of America" as it was where the NFL's oldest teams were birthed on the dirt infields of Comiskey Park and Wrigley Field. Unlike Scott, Greg is far from a professional sportswriter, but he is an armchair pro football historian who aspires in his retirement to be a sports journalist and tell the stories yet untold of gridiron football around the world. Greg is a big fan of Howard Cosell who in his own 25 year career as a navy intelligence officer made a concerted effort to emulate Howard in "telling it like it is." Additionally, Greg is an avid computer simulation football enthusiast who has found in the game a way to keep the past truly alive.

By Sports History Network