Historia – Nya podcasts

  • پادکست چنین شد روایت‌هایی‌ست مستند از آدم‌ها و مکان‌ها و وقایع و فرهنگ‌هایی که قصه‌های شنیدنی دارند.

  • Mennesker og rusmidler har hørt sammen igennem flere tusinde år. Nogle bruger rusmidlerne for at komme i kontakt med de højere magter eller for at grave sig ind i deres allerdybeste indre. Andre tager dem for glemme verden omkring sig, eller for at kunne præstere bare lige lidt mere. Vi dykker ned i rusmidlernes kulturhistorie og ser nærmere på, hvorfor mennesker har brugt rusmidler gennem historien, og hvordan det trækker tråde til det liv, vi lever i dag.

  • In diesem Podcast zum Thema Vergangenheitsbewältigung in Österreich geht es im Speziellen über die Kreisky-Peter-Wiesenthal-Affäre.

  • The official podcast of the Auschwitz Memorial. The history of Auschwitz is exceptionally complex. It combined two functions: a concentration camp and an extermination center. Nazi Germany persecuted various groups of people there, and the camp complex continually expanded and transformed itself. In the podcast "On Auschwitz," we discuss the details of the history of the camp as well as our contemporary memory of this important and special place.

  • San Marino, 19 settembre 1957. Alle ore 15 si dovrebbero eleggere i due Capitani Reggenti, la principale carica dell’apparato istituzionale sammarinese. Quel giorno una nuova maggioranza, costituitasi il giorno precedente, si presenta al palazzo del Governo dove trova la “Forza Pubblica,” con le armi in pugno, a impedire loro l’ingresso.

    Iniziano così i fatti di Rovereta, che vedranno San Marino al centro di un intrigo internazionale.

    Americani e italiani, con la minaccia delle armi e con un embargo militare, faranno crollare l’unico governo a guida socialcomunista a ovest della cortina di ferro che malgrado i continui boicottaggi era riuscito a resistere dal 1945 al 1957, vincendo tutte le tornate elettorali della piccola Repubblica.

    In quattro puntate sospese tra un film di spionaggio e una festa di paese racconteremo dei contatti della Democrazia Cristiana sammarinese con il vicepresidente Richard Nixon, del cerchiobottismo del governo italiano e della resistenza della coalizione socialcomunista guidata da Gino Giacomini, per capire in che modo il motto di San Marino è passato in un colpo di spugna da "libertas" a "liber-tax."

  • The Whitney Museum of American Art presents Artists Among Us, a podcast about American art and culture. We tell stories revealing the complexities and contradictions that have shaped life in the United States today. We consider the American artist David Hammons and his new sculpture, Day's End (2014–21). This is a monumental, permanent public installation that pays tribute to a long-destroyed 1975 artwork of the same name by the artist Gordon Matta-Clark. Anchored on the banks of Manhattan’s West Side and stretching into the Hudson River, Hammons’s Day’s End is sited next to the Museum and occupies the precise location where Matta-Clark’s work once stood. We follow the evolution of the Manhattan coastline through the history of the Meatpacking District, and celebrate the communities that have shaped the neighborhood where the Whitney now stands. This podcast was produced by Sound Made Public in collaboration with the Whitney Museum of American Art.
    whitney.org/podcast

  • The Future in Context roots what's next in what has already happened, and why. The podcast from Governing, which is focused on the Future of States and Localities takes on the question of what state and local government looks like in a world of rapidly advancing technology.

    The collision of technology and society and the fallout consequences can be hard to figure out. History can help. Our Editor-at-Large and resident humanities scholar Clay S. Jenkinson probes important questions about where we are going by first asking about where we have been and why.

  • Ever wanted to know more about the Christians who came before us? The ones who answered the call and went to the far reaches of the globe, many paying the ultimate price? Elise takes you on a journey, following the lives of our Great Cloud of Witnesses, with a new episode and a new missionary every Wednesday.

  • Leading academics explore the causes and consequences of the Partition of Ireland in a series of authored talks, developed by Queen’s University Belfast with support from the BBC.

  • In 1971, Canada became the first country in the world to adopt an official multiculturalism policy. It was meant to preserve cultural freedoms and recognize the contributions of diverse groups to Canadian society. Today it’s a defining feature of the Canadian identity. But for much of our history, that wasn’t the case. We explore the reasons why in this five-part series, A Place to Belong: A History of Multiculturalism in Canada, produced by Historica Canada and made possible in part by the Government of Canada.


    A Place to Belong is part of a larger education campaign created by Historica Canada and made possible in part by the Government of Canada. Along with the podcast series, Historica Canada also offers a video series and an education guide about the history of multiculturalism in Canada. Visit historicacanada.ca for more.

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  • Relationships, experiences, places and thoughts.
    I speak with individuals I have met along the way, talking about personal stories, impressions, life and dreams.
    Society is the sum of ups and downs, some we share, most we never hear of.
    Here some voices rise above the rest to tell their unique tales and I thank you all for allowing me to listen and record your stories.

    Cover Art photo by Hrayr Movsisyan on Unsplash.com

  • Farangis (Foreigners) of Iran is a nostalgia project about the lives of Westerners who were in Iran between 1940 and the 1979 Islamic revolution. In this podcast I interview them. This project transcends US-Iran political hostilities by focusing on person-to-person connections. These Iran-Western connections during that era forever touched Iranians and forever emotionally connected Western visitors to Iran, with Iranians.

  • You like the history of the world told through word of mouth? So do we. We decided to take our passion for the mythology of the world and share it with all of you.

  • Today we will be discussing the preparations and beginning of Operation Overlord

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  • Learn all about ancient civilizations with a podcast made by students.

  • YouTubers Jen Phanomrat (@JenEatsLife) and Katie Quinn (@QKatie) explore food culture and social norms from either side of the Atlantic.

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