The podcast where we choose a subject, read a single Wikipedia article about it, and pretend we’re experts. Because this is the internet, and that’s how it works now.
Comedians Jon Lunger and Glen Tickle are rewriting all of Wikipedia off the top of their heads without doing any research. Each week they take a listener suggestion for a topic, or get the topic from a special guest. We're in no way affiliated with Wikipedia. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/improvisedwikipedia/support
Football fans David Nicholls & Josh Coull, take you through the Football Wikipedia version of six degrees of separation. Each week they will know their starting page, and the final destination, but what happens in between is anyone's guess. We've all got stuck down the Wikipedia rabbit hole before, now you can join us as we take the journey together! Produced by David Nicholls Starring David Nicholls and Josh Coull Twitter @wikiwanderers
A weekly podcast for knowledge about anything and everything. From North Korea to Nicolas Cage, Tim and Tom leave no stone unturned in their humble quest to make the world a more informed place. Put away the encyclopedia four-eyes because this may just be the last resource you'll ever need. Wikipedia, consider yourselves on warning.
Who hasn't been sucked down a Wikipedia rabbit hole and thought to themselves: "they should make a movie about this"? Well now they are! Well, not really. But host Greg Miller and guests are talking about it on "Wikipedia Articles That Should Be Movies" or WATSBM ("Watsbim")
There are questions the internet just can't answer. But that doesn't mean we can't find them. On each episode of Underunderstood, we find a question the internet can’t answer — maybe it’s a dead-end Wikipedia page, an abandoned Reddit thread, or an unanswered question on Twitter — and we fill in the gaps. It’s part chat show, part documentary, and almost always surprising.
One featured Wikipedia article highlighted and summarized each day.
the weird, the wild, the wonderful from everyone's favorite online encyclopedia. no need to listen in order, but we recommend starting with recent episodes. on hiatus, be back in 2022! get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
One popular Wikipedia article highlighted and summarized each day.
Every week, Johnny and Spencer attempt to discuss a Wikipedia article chosen at random. They don’t get very far.
Ungeniused is a show dedicated to covering the weirdest articles found on Wikipedia. Stephen Hackett and Myke Hurley are here to explain topics and share knowledge you'll never be able to use in real life. Hosted by Stephen Hackett and Myke Hurley.
Baby Geniuses is a show for people who know stuff and people who don't know stuff, but would like to. Every week, comedian and super-genius Emily Heller and cartoonist and mastermind Lisa Hanawalt, challenge their guests to share some knowledge on any topic they want.
Sometimes the human mind goes to dark places… Sometimes those dark delusions… Turn into reality… A reality of so shaded in grey, once all is said and done, the healthy mind is drawn into the documented retelling of these tragic events. Trying to find logic, reason, and understanding where there may be none. This IS the Dark side of Wikipedia. A podcast all about true crime, murderers, dark history, tragic events, and shocking true stories.
Technological and digital news from around the world.
A podcast for the casual fan of history. The Wikipedia reader. The kids who grew up with a dad who watched the same 10 hours of World War II specials on The History Channel. Join Dan Regester, Rob Fox, and Jake Goldman as they tastefully insert themselves into the past. The only thing we don't show is our research.
A podcast about the people and ideas behind the MediaWiki software. Interviews with developers and users of MediaWiki, both for Wikimedia sites (Wikipedia, Wikidata, etc.) and the many uses of MediaWiki in companies, organizations, government agencies, etc.
Simon and Dan go on a random wikipedia article and chat about it - it's the Wikicast!
A wacky variety talk-show-esque podcast, focusing on pop culture and general conversation with occasional ventures down interesting wikipedia rabbit holes.
Die neuesten Beiträge als mp3-Podcast. Willst Du selbst mitmachen oder mehr erfahren? Siehe: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Gesprochene_Wikipedia
The biggest stories in tech from the BBC’s technology team.
I read interesting Wikipedia articles to you weekly.
A true crime podcast that deep dives into all things that keeps you up at night. Join us every week for new episodes that will make you go down a Wikipedia rabbit hole at 3 am.
Come along for the ride as Rhiannon gives you a tour of the fascinating backgrounds behind commonplace things. Inspired by late-night Wikipedia deep dives, this podcast answers all sorts of burning shower-thought questions, like the surprisingly involved history of door hinges or the development of cake frosting.
Pod of Wonder is a podcast that creates an RPG world before your very ears. Each week, a group of friends takes a random Wikipedia article, rolls some dice, and turns fact into fiction in fifteen minutes. We've made a wrestler out of a fast food mascot, turned Rosie the Riveter into a worker's rights struggle, and made screaming nuns into a tourist trap. New episodes every Wednesday!
The AskHistorians Podcast showcases the knowledge and enthusiasm of the AskHistorians community, a forum of nearly 1.4 million history academics, professionals, amateurs, and curious onlookers. The aim is to be a resource accessible to a wide range of listeners for historical topics which so often go overlooked. Together, we have a broad array of people capable of speaking in-depth on topics that get half a page on Wikipedia, a paragraph in a high-school textbook, and not even a minute on th ...
AI powered thrilling stories from Wikipedia. If you think it's robotic, try it ! You won't believe it.
The latest articles as a mp3-Podcast. Do you want to contribute or learn more? See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Spoken_Wikipedia
A critical look at new technologies, new approaches and new ways of thinking, from politics to media to environmental sustainability.
Relax and fall asleep while learning about fascinating topics from whispered Wikipedia Articles.
The Wikipedia Files
Bringing you Wikipedia articles, everyday.
Join comedians Jill Weiner and Connor Creagan as they explore the dark depraved depths of Wikipedia. Hilarity and knowledge ensue!! Follow Wikifreakz @wikifreakzz on Twitter and @WikiFreakz on Instagram Follow Jill Weiner @jill_lives on Twitter and Instagram Follow Connor Creagan @connorcreagan on Instagram and Twitter
I like to learn and create new things. I make this podcast so others can learn with me and about FLEXDECKplayingcards.com
Some podcasts promise to “spare no details.” Here, we slather on the details. Irreverent and bold with expert research and investigation, this ain’t another Wikipedia rundown show. Visit us at whereistheline.net
A music history podcast covering music from various angles, along with discussion of music in film and an occasional reading series.
Two mates confronting their own thoughts and beliefs on topics that could be considered dangerous. “Pucker Factor” - Pucker Factor is a military slang phrase used to describe the level of stress and/or adrenaline response to danger or a crises situation. - Wikipedia
Matt and David put their theater degrees to good use. By talking about musical theater! What's the plot of the show? What's the juicy backstage drama? What's on the Wikipedia page? Come, sit a spell, and learn about shows that aren't Rent! Theme Music by James Higgens https://www.iamjameshiggins.com/ Cover Art by Elizabeth Brozek https://www.elizabethbrozek.com/
I wanted this to be educational... but I'm an idiot and that's asking too much... Just let it happen.... Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adventuresinwikipedia/support
Hello there. I'm David. I read Wikipedia. Each week I transport a small slice of wikipedia directly into your ear holes. You're welcome.
A podcast hosted by Bryan Anderson and Dirk Walker. A new random Wikipedia article spoofed and goofed weekly!
This is a show where I read Wikipedia pages. Yea. That's right. You'll learn about the most random things.
A Wikipedia related podcast
A whacky animal movie, in Medieval Europe? Greg and guest Nathan Coles talk about Abul-Abbas, the only elephant in mainland Europe for 1,000 years, a gift from the Abbasid Empire to Charlemagne. Along the way they discuss the "animal craze" of 1990s films, the trip from Bagdad to Aachen, war elephants and much more! Links: Abul-Abbas on Wikipedia D…
Glen Tickle and Jon Lunger rewrite the Wikipedia page for Daylight Saving Time and Glen gets genuinely angry at Ben Franklin, a French newspaper, and a bug-lover from New Zealand. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/improvisedwikipedia/support
How do Dave and Josh get from a former Liberia Striker who won the League and FA Cup Double with Arsenal to the match that saw Spurs win their most recent trophy? Join us for Episode 1 of Season 2 of the Wikipedia Wanderers Podcast where we know the start and the end of our journey but the road we take in between is anyone's guess...…
Episode 1728: With 366978 views on Monday, 24 January 2022 our article of the day is Josh Allen (quarterback).By Abulsme Productions
This week we're talking Lufthansa heist and the dirtbags that inspired the movie "Goodfellas."By Softcore History
Once again, content note, this show does deal with the aftermath of attempted self harm. Matt and David tackle the second act of the delightful little musical cigarette box that is She Loves Me. Will George and Amalia's fight mean they never reveal their love for each other? Will Georg get his job back? What about Ilona's trip to the library?…
Episode 1727: With 263771 views on Sunday, 23 January 2022 our article of the day is Jimmy Garoppolo.By Abulsme Productions
Have you ever ripped apart a deceased infant with your own two hands? Have you ever stored a human brain next to the frozen broccoli in your refrigerator? Can you differentiate between the smell of common road kill and the pungent and unique odor of a decomposing human body? Have you ever removed maggots from human remains, covered them in acrylic …
We're finally tackling the topic on everyone's mind: bananas. They're not just for monkeys anymore. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Headgum
Episode 1724: Our article of the day is Archaeoindris.By Abulsme Productions
Episode 1726: With 300984 views on Saturday, 22 January 2022 our article of the day is Louie Anderson.By Abulsme Productions
Most of us are healthier, wealthier and better educated than ever before. We have greater access to knowledge and expertise than any previous generation. So, why do humans keep doing stupid things? And why is the world awash with conspiracy? Have we already passed “peak intelligence”? And if so, what can we do to ensure a smarter future?…
Can you generate electricity with hamster wheels? What was the Christmas carol beef this year? And what the FUCK is going on with Star Wars musical terminology?! -------- Ichthyosaur discovery: https://www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/news/2022/january/britains-largest-ever-ichthyosaur-is-discovered-rutland-water.html Dan Choral Piece of the Week: Cana’s Gue…
A person recounts the many extreme and bizarre paranormal experiences of an ex-lover. Did the negative and abusive energy of a disturbed father cause not only a house to be haunted, but also the members of his family? To hear more real ghost stories, become a supporter of our show and get every episode, including our weekly bonus episodes at http:/…
Episode 1725: With 2226708 views on Friday, 21 January 2022 our article of the day is Meat Loaf.By Abulsme Productions
Episode 1723: Our article of the day is Legend Entertainment.By Abulsme Productions
Impotent man, 45, may never be able to use his penis again after his partner accidentally deployed expanding foam INSIDE his urethra Woman dies after being shoved in front of NYC subway; suspect in custody Florida man allegedly influenced by ISIS sentenced to life in prison for killing teen at a sleepover. More at http://www.darksidepod.com…
Microsoft said it plans to buy mega games company Activision Blizzard in deal worth almost $70bn. How will this deal transform the gaming industry? We hear from Louise Shorthouse, senior games analyst at Ampere Analysis. Plus, are we all eventually going to live in a virtual world? Philosopher David Chalmers explains why he believes that virtual re…
On this bonus Thursday episode, Rhiannon wonders why. This podcast is produced and edited by me, Rhiannon. Music written and performed by our resident noisemaker, Tay Clarke. Find the show online at www.thatsnicepod.com, or follow our Instagram, @thatsnicepod. SOURCE MATERIALS https://www.ias.edu/sites/default/files/library/UsefulnessHarpers.pdf…
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Episode 1724: With 135986 views on Thursday, 20 January 2022 our article of the day is 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.By Abulsme Productions
Episode 1722: Our article of the day is Schichau-class torpedo boat.By Abulsme Productions
It all started in her family home as a little girl. A shadow figure darting past her long enough to let her know she was not alone. This is how it all started for Mary Thomas and her journey to understand the paranormal. Throughout her life, she would be visited by deceased loved ones, hear voices others may not, and at times react to a presence th…
Episode 1723: With 453689 views on Wednesday, 19 January 2022 our article of the day is Gaspard Ulliel.By Abulsme Productions
Episode 1721: Our article of the day is Old Exe Bridge.By Abulsme Productions
A nuclear close call is an incident that could have led to at least one unintended nuclear detonation or explosion. These incidents typically involve a perceived imminent threat to a nuclear-armed country which could lead to retaliatory strikes against the perceived aggressor. The damage caused by international nuclear exchange is not necessarily l…
It started with videos posted to a dark website depicting the murder of innocent cats. It soon took a turn to an even darker route when Luka Magnotta would kill an innocent man and drop his body parts in the mail to unsuspecting recipients. All the while, authorities were warned about this disturbing maniac increasing warnings and cryptic promises …
In this week's episode, Rae and Charlotte talk about the recent trial and conviction of Josh Duggar. They discuss the Duggar family, the timeline of events leading up to his trial and the community that, seemingly, tried to brush it all under the rug. SOURCES: Insider Imgur NBC News CNN Law and Crime Wikipedia KNWA TW: Listener discretion is advise…
Articles Palsgraf v. Long Island Railroad Co. Darkcore Selina Mills Shake Hands With Murder Follow us on the social medias! http://twitter.com/podofwonder & http://society6.com/podofwonder Danny: http://twitter.com/dannyplaysrpgs & http://dannymakesrpgs.itch.io Morgan: http://instagram.com/morganthefae & http://twitter.com/morgan_the_fae Maria and …
Episode 1722: With 690673 views on Tuesday, 18 January 2022 our article of the day is Moon Knight.By Abulsme Productions
Episode 1720: Our article of the day is Hoodoo Mountain.By Abulsme Productions
After 222 days the social media platform is back up and running in Nigeria. The country suspended Twitter after it deleted a tweet by President Buhari and Nigerians have been accessing the platform via VPN, but now Twitter has agreed to the government's demands which include opening a local office, paying taxes, and being respectful of Nigerian law…
🕑 1 hour 35 minutes Wolfgang Fahl is the director and founder of the software training and consulting company BITPlan, and a research assistant at RWTH Aachen University (Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule) in Germany. Links for some of the topics discussed: BITPlan BITPlan Wiki Test-driven development ConfIDent Openresearch ConferenceCor…
Independent Review Faults Moab Police for 'Unintentional Mistakes' in Gabby Petito Case Body of Missing Fla. Man, a 'Hero' of the State's LGBTQ+ Rights Movement, Is Discovered in Landfill Texas Girl's Abduction Inspired the Lifesaving 'Amber Alert,' but 26 Years Later Her Own Case Remains UnsolvedBy Dark Side of Wikipedia
This week on the tell, Rhiannon is buffeted by the Wiki Winds into the world of competitive Scrabble. We talk about the history of the game, those who play it, and what counts as a word. Rhiannon does her best to avoid ranting about the existence of dictionaries. This podcast is produced and edited by me, Rhiannon. Music written and performed by ou…
We kick it off with the MU’AWIYA I, the first founder and caliph of the Umayyad. And then we learn of the turmoil between the Umayyad and the Prophet Muhammad which led to the CONQUEST OF MECCA. From there it’s into the ABBASID DYNASTY which brought about the golden age of Islam. That lasted until Ghengis Khan and the MONGOLS showed up in town. The…
What’s crappening in this episode: Support us on Patreon (Now with Discord)! COVID boosters, Thor Ragnarok, The Fly, MCU movies, boring religions, making history interesting, Pompey’s Pillar, Friends, McDLT If you’d like to play along at home click here.By Dilettante Ball
Episode 1721: With 298215 views on Monday, 17 January 2022 our article of the day is Ben Roethlisberger.By Abulsme Productions
Episode 1719: Our article of the day is Battle of Hayes Pond.By Abulsme Productions
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Hello babies! This is the first episode we've recorded in 2022, and you won't be shocked to hear that we're totally new people! On today's episode, we talk about horses and plants. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Timothy Dexter. If you're interested in learning about a bear enthusiast, I suggest you read the Wikipedia page for T…
Tragedy then, comedy now? Greg and guest Tyler Yank break down the Erfurt Latrine Disaster and imagine how it could be turned into a movie. Awesome German nobility titles, Florence Pugh, potty humour, a conspiracy involving the German government's censorship of Wikipedia, proto-feminism and much more on this episode of WATSBM! Links: Erfurt latrine…
Episode 1720: With 255753 views on Sunday, 16 January 2022 our article of the day is Aafia Siddiqui.By Abulsme Productions
2 women in Las Vegas allegedly stole and stored cash and Rolex in their genitals Officer Urges Judge Not to Lower Alex Murdaugh's $7M Bond, Says He Swindled Him Out of $100K Former Oklahoma Police Officer Gets 25-Year Sentence for Killing Daughter's Boyfriend Get more at http://www.darksidepod.comBy Dark Side of Wikipedia