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Best History Hit Network podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best History Hit Network podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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History! The most exciting and important things that have ever happened on the planet! Featuring reports from the weird and wonderful places around the world where history has been made and interviews with some of the best historians writing today. Dan also covers some of the major anniversaries as they pass by and explores the deep history behind today's headlines - giving you the context to understand what is going on today.
 
Every scandal begins with a lie. But the truth will come out. And then comes the fallout and the outrage. Scandals have shaped America since its founding. From business and politics to sports and society, we look on aghast as corruption, deceit and ambition bring down heroes and celebrities, politicians and moguls. And when the dust finally settles, we’re left to wonder: how did this happen? Where did they trip up, and who is to blame? From the creators of American History Tellers, Business ...
 
Hidden Histories sees Helen Carr exploring some of the country's hidden treasures, as she and some of our finest historians scramble through the actual spaces where history happened. Whether she's visiting the whorehouses of Covent Garden, or retracing the steps of the Peasants Revolt, Helen and her guests are a delightful guide to the hidden histories that lie just off the beaten track.
 
He’s a multiple world champion pro wrestler, lead singer of Fozzy, and a New York Times best-selling author. Listen in as Chris Jericho interviews some of the biggest names in wrestling, entertainment, comedy, and the paranormal. Don’t miss his unique, engaging, weekly take on all things pop culture.
 
The Lock On Indians podcast is a daily podcast that is dedicated to the Cleveland Indians from the minors to the majors. Join host Jeff Ellis, as he looks at the night before, who to know in the minors, and what the future may hold for the Cleveland Indians as they try and capture their first World Series victory since 1948. Locked On Indians is a proud member of the Locked On Podcast network.
 
The coronavirus pandemic ranks among one of the most consequential stories ever covered by The Associated Press in its 170-year history. Go inside the hard-hit areas and all the places in between with AP’s global team of journalists as the world tries to stem the spread of the virus. Five days a week, hosted by AP's Ralph Russo. AP's coverage of the 2020 election doesn't stop. We continue to present special episodes of Ground Game: Election 2020 in this feed as well. Original. Unbiased. Fact ...
 
Star Trek news, in podcast form. Every weekday. The only Star Trek podcast you need to start your day right. Hosted by Alison Pitt and part of the Roddenberry Podcast Network. Daily Star Trek News is the best resource for the latest news - daily! - from Star Trek new and classic, plus updates on the franchise from CBS and Paramount, and from Trek-adjacent shows like The Orville and Galaxy Quest.
 
BEHIND THE PANEL is a SYFY WIRE podcast documentary series that celebrates everything comics. Guests include legendary DC/Marvel writers and artists (like Jim Lee, Frank Miller, and Neal Adams), hit creator-owned stars (including Karen Berger, Pia Guerra, and Becky Cloonan), as well as the talents behind comic-book movie/TV adaptations (like Kevin Conroy, Burt Ward, and Lindy Hemming). As well as the exclusive, personal stories shared on the podcast, every episode features an original music ...
 
The National Rural Health Resource Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to sustaining and improving health care in rural communities. As the nation’s leading technical assistance and knowledge center in rural health, The Center focuses on five core areas: -Transition to Value and Population Health -Collaboration and Partnership -Performance Improvement -Health Information Technology -Workforce
 
Rathinam Group of Educational Institutions kick starts its on-campus community radio (CR) station- Rathinavani 90.8 in Coimbatore. Rathinavani 90.8 will broadcast programmes in Tamil Language on education, environment, health, art and culture, entrepreneurship and infotainment. The content and programmes will be developed by the students and faculty of journalism and communication. Contact Person: Mr. Mukesh - Radio head Contact no: 0422 4040908 | mukesh.fm@rathinam.in
 
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James and Sam get to grips with the history of BIG HEADS...it's all about a touch of arrogance, wanting to be seen to be in charge, securing your place in history...it allows us to think about all sorts of fascinating characters...Caesar, Napoleon, Robespierre, Cromwell and, of course, the Biggest Biggy McBighead of them all, Henry VIII. See acast.…
 
Neal Bascomb joined me on the podcast to tell a remarkable story of the fight against Hitler - on the Grand Prix racetrack. We delved into the high-speed world of the American heiress Lucy Schell, a motorsport obsessive and the top American driver in the Monte Carlo Rally. With the help of Rene Dreyfus, a brilliant racing driver who was banned from…
 
Neal Bascomb joined me on the podcast to tell a remarkable story of the fight against Hitler - on the Grand Prix racetrack. We delved into the high-speed world of the American heiress Lucy Schell, a motorsport obsessive and the top American driver in the Monte Carlo Rally. With the help of Rene Dreyfus, a brilliant racing driver who was banned from…
 
I was thrilled to be joined by Andrew Ziminski, a stonemason living and working in Somerset. He's just released his first book documenting the fascinating stories from three decades of hands-on experience working with the very building blocks of British history. In this episode, I heard about his work on a Stonehenge megalith, the restoration of Ro…
 
I was thrilled to be joined by Andrew Ziminski, a stonemason living and working in Somerset. He's just released his first book documenting the fascinating stories from three decades of hands-on experience working with the very building blocks of British history. In this episode, I heard about his work on a Stonehenge megalith, the restoration of Ro…
 
In Episode 721, Sean, Katie and Vivek finish off their two-part mailbag episode. Today's questions include: if given the opportunity to choose a roommate from any team inside the Disney bubble, who would each Raptors shack up with and which team Sean, Vivek and Katie are most excited to see the Raptors potentially play in the opening round of the b…
 
Rathinavani 90.8 CR | Micro Vani - Episode 1 | History of Micro Organisms | New Series for Our Community Listeners | Fight against our New Enemy | Sanitize Yourself | Save Lives | Micro Biology Dept. | Rathinam | RJ Nowfiya Begum To bring more awareness about Micro Species & its Effects Rathinavani 90.8 Community Radio Weekend Series on History of …
 
Paul F. Tompkins talks bicycling and positive thinking, and attempts to re-write a tragic fairy tale called "The King Who Wanted To Marry His Daughter" with Atsuko so that you know, there's no incest in it. RATE LET'S GO, ATSUKO 5-STARS! Leave a fun comment & Atsuko will respond to it on air! BECOME A PATREON MEMBER & SUPPORT US TODAY: www.patreon.…
 
A couple of late-breaking Star Trek events, William Shatner sends a supportive message to SpaceX astronauts, and ViacomCBS names a new head of Global Distribution. Plus the answer to Tuesday’s trivia! Support Daily Star Trek News on Patreon: https://patreon.com/dailystartreknews Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts For more great Star Tre…
 
80s pop icon, Tiffany, is all grown up and still making music! She’s just no longer performing in shopping malls! The super talented singer is talking about her new acoustic album, her new Cooking Club, and explaining why “I Think We’re Alone Now” is still her favorite song! She’s also sharing stories about getting started when she was 15, graduati…
 
We dig back in 90s drafts looking into the horror show which is the Indians second round picks. It is a round that is full of failure, the only player who found extended success was one the Indians traded away. The Indians third and sixth best second rounders in franchise history occurred during the 90s. the rest of the picks are a mix of players w…
 
Solomonster is back with a full review of Chapter 3 of the WWE Network documentary series "Undertaker: The Last Ride". Part three focuses on the four-year story arc at WrestleMania involving Undertaker, Shawn Michaels and Triple H, leading to their battles in 2018 in Australia and Saudi Arabia that were not nearly as good. In fact, their tag team m…
 
In Episode 720, Sean, Katie and Vivek team up on the Zoom for another round of mailbag question answering. In part one of two, they address questions about how they'll celebrate the first anniversary of the Raptors winning the title, which Raptors would be well-suited to hosting off-season charity games, and which members of the title team are in l…
 
Solomonster recaps AEW Dynamite on TNT for May 27th, post Double or Nothing edition. Featuring Mike Tyson and Chris Jericho doing their best imitation of the Tyson/Austin brawl from 1998... Matt Hardy and The Young Bucks battle Joey Janela and Private Party... a Battle Royal to determine who challenges Cody for the TNT title next week... and Britt …
 
CoViD'19 | Market Mirchi | Digital Agro/Rural Marketing | Finding online customers | Pandemic Farmers & Rural Entrepreneurs | Mission Mera Mobile Mera Marketing During Days of Covid 19 Pandemic Farmers & Rural Entrepreneurs are finding it hard to sell their products/ services due to various restrictions. At this time Mission MeraMobileMeraMarketing…
 
ViacomCBS executives explain Star Trek’s role on CBS All Access, you can join Rod Roddenberry and Adam Nimoy for a Trek Nation watch party, and I’ve got the virtual Star Trek events you can look forward to this weekend! Support Daily Star Trek News on Patreon: https://patreon.com/dailystartreknews Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts For …
 
When I started looking at the Indians second round picks in the 90s the first one was Darrell Whitmore, which surprised me as I only knew him as the player the Indians lost in the expansion draft. A player I was happy they lost at the time as I did not know him, Years later one can't help but wonder what he could have been if given a chance to deve…
 
May 28, 1940: Major Akbar Khan of the Royal Indian Army Service Corps marches at the head of 299 soldiers along the beach at Dunkirk - the only Indians in the BEF in France and the only ones at Dunkirk. These men of the Indian Army, carrying their disabled imam, find their way to the East Mole and embark for England in the dead of night. On reachin…
 
It is 90s week for Locked On, so we look at the first rounders of the 90s. It was an odd decade as the Indians spent half of it being terrible and the second half being one of the best teams in baseball. The Indians had 13 picks over that time and while seven of those players made the majors only four played in more than 100 games. Of those four, t…
 
Actor Richard Herd, Star Trek: Voyager’s Admiral Paris has died, age 87, Christian Cooper, the survivor of a viral racist incident in Central Park, turns out to be something of a Star Trek trailblazer, and a monument to Captain Janeway is set to be unveiled in October. Plus history! Support Daily Star Trek News on Patreon: https://patreon.com/daily…
 
Matt Cardona (aka Zack Ryder) and Brian Myers (aka Curt Hawkins) hated each other when they first met, but all that changed thanks to one thing – action figures! And that one thing made them instant friends, longtime tag partners, and co-hosts of the “The Major Figure Wrestling Podcast!" Matt & Brian are talking about all that – from their initial …
 
James and Sam tackle the history of things being SO NOT FAIR! From the French Revolution to the massacres of Aborigines and the theft of land from Native Americans to the Suffragettes Sam and James rampage around historical unfairness before settling on the Great Reform Act of 1832 and the subsequent People's Charter of 1838. See acast.com/privacy …
 
James and Sam tackle the history of things being SO NOT FAIR! From the French Revolution to the massacres of Aborigines and the theft of land from Native Americans to the Suffragettes Sam and James rampage around historical unfairness before settling on the Great Reform Act of 1832 and the subsequent People's Charter of 1838. See acast.com/privacy …
 
May 28, 1940: Major Akbar Khan of the Royal Indian Army Service Corps marches at the head of 299 soldiers along the beach at Dunkirk - the only Indians in the BEF in France and the only ones at Dunkirk. These men of the Indian Army, carrying their disabled imam, find their way to the East Mole and embark for England in the dead of night. On reachin…
 
The greatest threats we face are climate breakdown and pandemic disease. This was the assessment of security advisers before the Covid outbreak and the last few months have seen the stunning reality of this as the world lurches into a giant economic and political crisis. I am joined by Calder Walton, Director of Research of Harvard Kennedy School's…
 
The greatest threats we face are climate breakdown and pandemic disease. This was the assessment of security advisers before the Covid outbreak and the last few months have seen the stunning reality of this as the world lurches into a giant economic and political crisis. I am joined by Calder Walton, Director of Research of Harvard Kennedy School's…
 
In Episode 719, Sean and Vivek discuss the growing momentum for an NBA return in a Disneyland bubble, and a pair of playoff formats that have been proposed. First, they try to determine whether or not it's even smart for the league to post up at Disney. Next they debate the pros and cons of seeding the postseason 1 through 16 and doing away with co…
 
Rathinavani 90.8 Community Radio | Community Engagement Program | Helping them get their Sustenance from Welfare Schemes | Safety Precautions in Times of the Pandemic Rathinavani 90.8 CR is currently aiding our community listeners by way of helping them get their sustenance from welfare schemes run by the government and various other private provid…
 
After Captain Hazelwood’s arrest, Exxon tries to clean up its public image. President Bush tells Exxon to pick up the pace on the cleanup. Fisherman Riki Ott takes on Big Oil in the Alaska State Legislature. Photos of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill can be found here Support us by supporting our sponsors! SimpliSafe - Head to simplisafe.com/AS and get F…
 
Kate Mulgrew reflects on Star Trek: Voyager’s 25th anniversary ahead of tonight’s virtual reunion event, Lower Decks creator Mike McMahan explains creating Star Trek comedy without dumbing down Starfleet, and I’ve got this week’s Trek trivia! Support Daily Star Trek News on Patreon: https://patreon.com/dailystartreknews Subscribe on Apple Podcasts …
 
The greatest threats we face are climate breakdown and pandemic disease. This was the assessment of security advisers before the Covid outbreak and the last few months have seen the stunning reality of this as the world lurches into a giant economic and political crisis. I am joined by Calder Walton, Director of Research of Harvard Kennedy School's…
 
The 1967 draft was an odd one.. The first 19 picks were all high school players and 56 of the first 60 came from the high school ranks. The Indians drafted more than a few major leaguers but none that became more than a utility or back up type. there was not one player who stood out as an above average regular. While the 1967 draft helped teams lik…
 
80 years ago, ships were gathering in Kent to begin the rescue of the British Expeditionary Force. Britain faced the prospect of the worst defeat in British military history and the loss of her entire military forces in Western Europe. Churchill called it "a colossal military disaster", admitting "the whole root and core and brain of the British Ar…
 
Solomonster is back with a full review for AEW Double or Nothing 2020 from Daily's Place in Jacksonville, FL. Featuring Jon Moxley defending the AEW World title against Brodie Lee, Matt Hardy and The Elite against The Inner Circle in a STADIUM STAMPEDE Match from TIAA Field, Cody against Lance Archer to crown the first ever TNT champion with the be…
 
SOUND OFF 653 wraps up a horrible week for the wrestling world with the tragic deaths of former WWE star Shad Gaspard, rising young star Hana Kimura from the Stardom promotion and Larry Csonka from 411 Mania. Shad died a hero saving his son, and the circumstances about Kimura's passing could not be more awful, and I have a message for those who may…
 
No man knew Adolf Hitler as intimately as his trusted physician, Theodoor Morell. As part of Hitler's inner social circle, he assisted the leader in virtually everything for the entire war years. His unconventional treatments were famed in Germany, and Hitler so trusted the 'miracle' prescriptions that trains were stopped to allow the doctor to del…
 
No man knew Adolf Hitler as intimately as his trusted physician, Theodoor Morell. As part of Hitler's inner social circle, he assisted the leader in virtually everything for the entire war years. His unconventional treatments were famed in Germany, and Hitler so trusted the 'miracle' prescriptions that trains were stopped to allow the doctor to del…
 
No man knew Adolf Hitler as intimately as his trusted physician, Theodoor Morell. As part of Hitler's inner social circle, he assisted the leader in virtually everything for the entire war years. His unconventional treatments were famed in Germany, and Hitler so trusted the 'miracle' prescriptions that trains were stopped to allow the doctor to del…
 
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