Places And Travel Podcasts
The Dub Dee Dub Revue podcast features the discussion of all things Disney, but our primary focus is on Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Vacation Club (DVC) & Disney Cruise Line. Our passion for the Mouse shines through on every episode. We love talking about the theme parks, resorts, movies, toys, and just about anything else Disney related. Come be part of the discussion on Twitter (@dubdeedubrevue), Instagram, Periscope, and our Facebook page!!
By Chris Malek, Peter Pontecorvo, Michael Black & Stacey Nyman
Real Spanish conversations for Advanced and Inspired Intermediate Spanish learners, to help you learn all the real Spanish you’ll never find in a classroom. Ben and Marina cover culture, news, life, Spain and more to help you progress fast with your Spanish.
By Notes in Spanish Conversations
Aquí vamos a contar historias. Vamos a hablar de cultura, de cine, de paz, de viajes, de música. Vamos a continuar la conversación que empezó en la radio hace 20 años, pero además aprovecharemos las nuevas posibilidades que se abren con este medio. Bienvenidos a mi podcast de historia.
By Diana Uribe
Where two history buffs go far beyond the Freedom Trail to share our favorite stories from the history of Boston, the hub of the universe.
By HUB History
The truth is often hard to find. This can be especially true when talking about ghost stories. Ghostly Podcast takes a deeper look into these stories in a bi-weekly podcast. Each episode, we tell a ghost story – one that some believe is true. Talk about the history and then, we will debate the facts of that story. From the most popular ones - to ones that are more obscure, each story will be explored from/using whatever evidence can be found.<br> Expect arguments, jokes, and, sometimes, maybe, an agreement.
By Patrick Harrington & Rebecca Rivers
The Roving Mic takes podcasting as you know it and puts it on the road, into the forest, on the water and about as far away from the studio as you can get. This is about meeting real character’s in their real environment. Whether it be on the beach, at a bar, on the streets of New York or the wilds of Tasmania, The Roving Mic is hitting the road.
By Hayden Quinn