Historia – Nya Zeeland – Nya podcasts

  • These are stories you were never meant to hear. The invisible but vital work of the worldโ€™s intelligence services: secret operatives playing to very different rules. The Spy Who, hosted by Indira Varma and Raza Jaffrey, takes you deep inside that shadow world to meet spies who risked everything in the national interest โ€“ or, sometimes, their own.

  • This Patrick Mahomes biography podcast episode chronicles the meteoric rise of the Kansas City Chiefs' superstar quarterback. Listen as we follow Mahomes’ journey from overlooked high school recruit to instant NFL stardom. We analyze the unmatched physical gifts and improvisational brilliance allowing Mahomes to shatter league records early on. We also discuss his leadership and potential pursuit of all-time greatness. This is a complete profile of a generational talent leading football’s offensive evolution.

  • Love unsolved mysteries and unexplained events? Join Laura Anderson and Tom Reynolds each week as they dive into the weird and wonderful universe of bizarre true tales, odd histories, ghosts, aliens, cryptids and all things peculiar on Wanna Hear Something Weird?

  • Welcome to the comfortably hungry podcast where yesterdayโ€™s dinner is tomorrowโ€™s history. If youโ€™re a peckish person who is curious about the history of food and drink, then youโ€™re in the right place. Iโ€™m Sam Bilton a food historian, writer and cook and each season I will be joined by some hungry guests to discuss a variety topics centred around a specific theme. As a former supper club host Iโ€™m always intrigued to know what people like to eat. So to whet everyoneโ€™s appetites I have invited my guests to contribute a virtual dish with them inspired by todayโ€™s topic.

    comfortablyhungry.substack.com

  • A fun examination of the dark, the scary, the weird and the unknown. Each week I take a look at topics like weird history, conspiracy, cryptids and more. I try to bring a little bit of levity to these strange stories with my own brand of humor.

  • Today We´re Talking about the Tangiwai Railway Disaster

    And What went wrong

  • We explore stories from the Pacific. Interesting people from history and stories that we think should be told.

  • Hispanic & Latino experiences during the great depression

  • Christmas Eve, 1953. A historic year for New Zealand ended tragically, when 151 people died in the country's worst ever rail disaster. 70 years on, with only a handful of survivors still alive, did New Zealand learn the lessons of this horrific accident - or have we forgotten this tragedy?

    Hosted by Hamish Williams. Produced by the Motuihe Group for the New Zealand Herald. Made with funding from NZ on Air.

  • Welcome to The Remedial Scholar, a captivating podcast that takes you on an extraordinary journey through history. Join me, Levi, your knowledgeable host, as I guide you through the vast realms of the past, unraveling captivating stories and shedding light on underrepresented historical subjects.

    In this podcast, we embark on an adventure through time, offering you a unique perspective on the world's fascinating chronology. From ancient civilizations to modern revolutions, we delve into a wide range of topics that fall under the historical umbrella. However, our focus lies on those subjects that often go unnoticed or deserve a fresh approach.

    Prepare to have your curiosity ignited as we dig deep into the annals of history, unearthing forgotten tales, and shedding new light on familiar narratives. Whether you're an avid history buff or someone with a budding interest in the past, The Remedial Scholar caters to all levels of historical knowledge. Our aim is to make history accessible and captivating, presenting it in a digestible format that will leave you craving more.

  • Der wöchentliche Podcast über Alltagsleben, Politik und Kultur im Mittelalter. Mönchsgeflüster ist mehr als ein Geschichtspodcast: Hier berichten Wissenschaftler*innen aus der Archäologie, Kunstgeschichte, den Geschichts- und Sprachwissenschaften aus ihrem je eigenen Blickwinkel über eine bunte Auswahl spannender Themen. Der Podcast entsteht im Rahmen der Großen Landesausstellung "Welterbe des Mittelalters – 1300 Jahre Klosterinsel Reichenau" und legt daher einen Schwerpunkt auf Themen der Kloster- und Kirchengeschichte.

    Die Große Landesausstellung "Welterbe des Mittelalters – 1300 Klosterinsel Reichenau" ist vom 20. April bis 20. Oktober 2024 im Archäologischen Landesmuseum Baden-Württemberg in Konstanz und auf der Klosterinsel Reichenau zu sehen.

  • DJs fear her! Ravers love her! Journalists admire her! Local historian Jade Chao highlights the musical heritage of the North London town of Edmonton where she grew up. Through a different genre per episode, music lovers throughout the ages tell her about the culture of suburbia, in tales of garages, sheds, high street bars, warehouses, roller rinks, and town halls.

    X: @jaddeuce

    www.jadeis.cool

  • In 1993 one of New Zealand's biggest companies was tricked into publicly mocking themselves. Thirty years later, two amateur sleuths try to solve the long-forgotten mystery of what happened, who did it, and why.


    Prank of the Year is a six-part investigative documentary series. Episodes are released weekly each Friday, starting on Friday 17 November.


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    Email us: [email protected]


    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • In fifty pint-sized chapters, The Ceylon Press History of Sri Lanka, makes accessible an engaging account of an island renowned for a history many times larger and more byzantine than that of far bigger nations. From prehistory to the present day, each short chapter makes lucid a period of the island’s history, telling the intricate story of its rulers, people, and progression.

  • A podcast all about the mistresses of European Royalty

  • Family Twist is a podcast about DNA surprises, finding lost family and amazing adoption stories. Through DNA technology, genealogy and personal history, co-hosts and co-creators Kendall and Corey Stulce, share the story that brought them across the country.

    Since, we've met dozens of people with remarkable, heartwarming and heartbreaking stories. We can all learn from these stories and perhaps telling them and hearing them can help better shape our journeys - and those who are just embarking on similar journeys.

    https://familytwistpodcast.com/ (Family Twist Podcast)

  • Sixty years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, former White House correspondent Paul Brandus takes an in-depth look at the seemingly unconnected events that led to that afternoon in Dallas, Texas. He explores the troubled and broken life of Kennedy’s killer, Lee Harvey Oswald, and challenges six decades worth of conspiracy theories––none of which have been proven. Available October 31st in your favorite podcast app.

  • A new 5-part podcast series tells the story of the life and times of Ngฤti Toa leader Te Rauparaha, a compelling figure in the history of Aotearoa New Zealand.

  • Deer Wars tells the story of the 50 year struggle to control, hunt & farm New Zealand's red deer population. Back-country legends tell tales of fortunes made and friends lost.

  • A podcast exploring nudity in history, culture, politics, and art. A new way to explore the stories we share on Planet Nude.

    www.planetnude.co