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This my retelling of the story of England, which is a regular, chronological podcast, starting from from the end of Roman Britain. I’m a bloke in a shed, but I make sure this is good, properly prepared history, and then fill it with my enthusiasm. You’ll find the great events and people for sure – but also some of the byways, of how people lived, their language, and the forces that shaped their lives and destinies.(Note iTunes only displays a list of 300 episodes. There are rather more, whic ...
 
The Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902 saw the British Empire at the height of its power facing a small band of highly mobile Boers in South Africa. The war introduced the world to the concentration camp and is regarded as the first war of the modern era where magazine rifles, trenches and machine guns were deployed extensively. British losses topped 28 000 in a conflict that was supposed to take a few weeks but lasted three years.
 
Do the Anglo-Saxons still have relevance? Do they really matter? I’d like to posit that they do, and in this podcast, we'll be hearing directly from the Anglo-Saxons themselves in order to better understand who these people were and how they viewed the world around them. Join me, as we read from Bede's Ecclesiastical History, Alfred's Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Beowulf, and more.
 
Colombia Calling is your first stop for everything you ever wanted to know about Colombia. Colombia Calling is hosted by Anglo Canadian transplant to Colombia, Richard McColl and the Newscast is provided by journalist Emily Hart. Tune in for politics, news, reviews, travel and culture stories, all related to Colombia.
 
This award-winning podcast teaches you how to take your ancestors from names on paper to multidimensional people who lived, breathed, loved, lost, and helped you to be who you are with a #CensusOfHumor. Benefit from my years of experience in folklore, history, genealogy, law, and tools of FamilySearch, Ancestry, Newspapers.com and more. I learn from my many mistakes. I teach from those lessons. I interview genealogists and authors. I discuss Reparational Genealogy - how Anglo- or European-Am ...
 
Cædmon was an Anglo-Saxon herdsman attached to the double monastery of Streonæshalch (657–681). Originally ignorant of the art of song, Cædmon learned to compose one night in the course of a dream. Cædmon’s only known surviving work is Cædmon’s Hymn, the nine-line alliterative vernacular praise poem in honour of the Christian god he supposedly learned to sing in his initial dream. The poem is one of the earliest attested examples of Old English and is one of three candidates for the earliest ...
 
Anglo Files is a podcast that takes a look at the weird and wonderful events and traditions that take place across the UK, and see how the history of the country have shaped them. I, Jack Claramunt, will meet the people that ensure these affairs are embedded in today’s British culture and see how the UK cherish and enjoy these quirky customs. Anglo Files was one of the three finalists for LaunchPod 2019, the UK’s first podcast competition. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inform ...
 
Set in Florence's Anglo-American colony in the late 19th century, this is a romantic story of a middle-aged man, returning to the scene of his first but disappointed love twenty years earlier. The doings of Americans abroad were staples of the fictions of Henry James and Edith Wharton, but Howells’s view is rather different. As John Updike has said of it, “the felicity of the writing makes us pause in admiration…. A midlife crisis has rarely been sketched in fiction with better humor, with g ...
 
"The Gods of Pegāna" is the first book by Anglo-Irish fantasy writer Lord Dunsany, published on a commission basis in 1905... The book is a series of short stories linked by Dunsany's invented pantheon of deities who dwell in Pegāna. It was followed by a further collection "Time and the Gods" and by some stories in "The Sword of Welleran and Other Stories". (Summary by Jason Mills)
 
Do you want to know the stories behind your favourite Italian dishes? With this podcast you can! Join Anglo-Italian food writer Luca Marchiori as he shares a weekly slice of his lifelong love and enthusiasm for the cooking of his native country. In each episode he explores the history of a different Italian food from its origins to the present day. And you’ll discover plenty of fun facts and fascinating figures along the way.
 
A paranormal historical thriller that puts the "evil" in medieval. With the Anglo-Saxon King on his deathbed, rebellion brewing in the north, and the Normans preparing to invade from the south, an ancient evil has awakened that rules the night and plots a conquest of its own. A dark twist on traditional gothic tales woven into actual historical events makes this exquisitely produced audio drama seem horrifyingly real.
 
A weekly irreverent chat about nothing in particular. From Australian man, Chris Lagana and Englishman, Alex Mills. The best thing to happen to Anglo-Oceanic relations since Captain Cook. Subscribe, review and listen weekly, as we waffle about; Chris’s non-existent love life, ill-informed political opinions and recommendations on stuff we like. If not, don’t worry, It’s Probably Fine.
 
Thirteen short stories by one of the most famous writers in his day. Robert Barr was a British Canadian short story writer and novelist, born in Glasgow, Scotland. In London of the 1890s Barr became a more prolific author - publishing a book a year - and was familiar with many of the best selling authors of his day, including Bret Harte and Stephen Crane. Most of his literary output was of the crime genre, then quite in vogue. When Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories were becoming w ...
 
Uncle Silas is a Victorian Gothic mystery/thriller novel by the Anglo-Irish writer J. Sheridan Le Fanu. It is notable as one of the earliest examples of the locked room mystery subgenre. It is not a novel of the supernatural (despite a few creepily ambiguous touches), but does show a strong interest in the occult and in the ideas of Swedenborg.
 
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This is Mill’s first work on economics. It foreshadows his Political Economy which was the standard Anglo-American Economics textbook of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Mill’s economic theory moved from free market capitalism, to government intervention within the precepts of Utilitarianism, and finally to Socialism.
 
Break out the beach towels and reserve the best spot as we attempt to untangle the Anglos from the Saxons, the Boche from the Britishers and the Tommies from the Jerries. Historian Katja Hoyer is a German living in England. Journalist Oliver Moody is a Brit living in Berlin. Between them they plan to discuss the past and present of Anglo-German relations. Why have German chancellors and British Prime Ministers so rarely got along? Why are the Germans obsessed with British comedy? And what ha ...
 
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This episode first aired in Season 1 and we're rebroadcasting it this week as a refresher leading up to another upcoming discussion with musician, storyteller, and Scottish historian James Johnston. In this episode you'll get a broad overview of the Border Reiver culture that was the foundational roots for many of our Florida ranch families and you…
 
The most wonderful time of year. All we had to do was follow the damn polar express CJ. The decline of big chocolate, The never-ending war on Christmas, the perils of pooping on schedule 1 substances, and one special reindeer's quest to save Santa from the Deep State. Feliz Navidad Compadres.
 
Anika Fajardo was born in Colombia and raised in Minnesota. She is the author of a book about that experience, Magical Realism for Non-Believers: A Memoir of Finding Family (University of Minnesota Press, 2019), which was awarded Best Book (Nonfiction) of 2020 from City Pages and was a finalist for the 2020 Minnesota Book Award. Here on the Colombi…
 
Most people don't know how they're gonna feel from one moment to the next. But YOU have a pretty good idea: you're about to listen to this new episode featuring comedian/podcaster Darren Millar, about one of his most watched movies of all time: 1989 drug drama "Drugstore Cowboy", directed by Gus Van Sant and starring Matt Dillon. You're gonna feel …
 
This week Dave, Michelle and Conor discuss: The murder of Aisling Murphy and what needs to be done Pat Rabbitte justifying austerity Facebook moderators bring legal actions to High Court Public sector workers to demand “inflation-busting pay increases” Minimum unit pricing New flexible working Psychiatric Nurses not getting leave for work related P…
 
Every day, hundreds of thousands of people move through the Gare du Nord train station in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, the largest train station in Europe. Julie Kleinman's Adventure Capital: Migration and the Making of an African Hub in Paris (University of California Press, 2019) delves into the contemporary life of the station, and especial…
 
Happy New Year, and welcome back to the post-champagne life! I have three recipes for you today, and each will appease your cheesecake cravings in different ways. The first is a traditional recipe from my mother's mother. The second is a Ricotta Cheesecake (or Ricotta Pie) from a local real estate agent, AnnaLisa Bossio. The last is one of my own c…
 
This one's as simple as the name implies. We're reading some cowboy poetry from the middle of the pasture amongst the cows who chime in with background vocals. If you close your eyes while listening, you might even think you're out there in the middle of Florida's cow country. Give it a listen and escape your daily grind for about half an hour!…
 
Doing your bit or shirking? Afflicted with ‘Belgian flush’? Don’t forget to BYOB.Lynda Mugglestone, Professor of the History of English at the University of Oxford, joins Michael Rosen to talk about the new language that emerged from British experience in the First World War – from Zeppelinophobia on the Home Front to ‘watching the pyrotechnics’ in…
 
For Episode 407, our first of 2022, Emily Hart and I take a look back at 2021 in Colombia and then address a number of questions that you, the listeners, sent in to us. Thank you for the questions which cover journalism, fake news, visa issues, politics, elections, Covid-19, mental health and Medellin. Tune in for a great episode with which to begi…
 
This week Dave, Michelle and Conor discuss: Taxpayers lose as insurers keep millions in state funds cut from Covid pay-outs Revenue claws back wage-subsidy from parents who used it to pay childminders during lockdown Absence rates predicted to rise to 30% as businesses urge new close-contact rules Sinn Fein continue to top polls Eirgrid doubles dow…
 
Dr. Todd Thrift utilizes his extensive and diverse knowledge base of cow calf management and ruminant nutrition to educate students, ranchers, and consumers alike about beef cattle in Florida. In this episode kicking off Season 3 of Between The Beaches Podcast, we have a wide-ranging conversation from the history of the first cattle in Florida all …
 
What happened in the years following World War II to create a democratic revolution in the western half of Europe? In Western Europe’s Democratic Age: 1945-1968 (Princeton UP, 2021), Martin Conway provides an innovative new account of how a stable, durable, and remarkably uniform model of parliamentary democracy emerged in Western Europe—and how th…
 
Follow the British army and their local militia allies as they traverse over a thousand miles of Canadian wilderness. Today I am joined by author Paul McNicholls to talk all about the Red River Campaign of 1870 and the early career of Garnet Wolseley. Stay tuned till the end, as we also discuss whether James Langley Dalton VC (Rorke's Drift) was ac…
 
It's our 2-year anniversary! Get your butterfly clips, put on your white eye shadow and join us on this gem of an episode where comedian and podcaster Katie-Ellen Humphries discusses with us the 1999 teen rom-com "Drive Me Crazy", starring Melissa Joan Hart and Adrian Grenier. To quote Queen Spears: I'm so excited, I'm in too deep! For more Katie-E…
 
Aro Velmet's Pasteur's Empire: Bacteriology in France, Its Colonies, and the World (Oxford UP, 2020) is a complex history of the Pasteur Institutes, a network of scientific laboratories established in France and throughout the French empire, beginning in the last decade of the nineteenth century. The book examines the crucial roles Pastorians and P…
 
We think the title says it all really. Ben went a little nuts with the old sound board, and glued together some of the best worst blockchain based crypto innuendo puns from series 2. From batwinging with confidence, an omelette recipe your mother never told you about, you'll definitely learn a thing or two. Things which you'll wish you could forget…
 
In Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition across Southeast Asia (Princeton University Press, 2020) Diana Kim situates the regulation of vice at the heart of colonial state building. Through a layered comparison of opium prohibition in Burma, Malaya and Vietnam she shows how petty bureaucrats told stories to one another about opium that incr…
 
2021 is definitely in the running for my least favorite year EVER! It has given me reason to reexamine what I'm doing, however, both with the podcast and with my own work. Join me for a list of thank-you's, and for an introduction of the quickest, easiest solution I've found so far to distractions, brick walls, and the genealogy blues - #BioADay202…
 
This week's episode is a never-before-heard 'deleted scene' from our first ever episode, "Bushwacked! with Evan Mumford", recorded exactly 2 years ago! The hilarious comedian Evan Mumford (Bad Expectations Podcast) and I go on a half-hour long tangent about Subway, vespas, and horses that can count. Simpler times! Happy Holidays to Everyone! ♥ Than…
 
Oh boy.. where to start? The boys catch up on the weeks events..little people xylophone, video games, black people videos, canadian spousal abuse PSAs, more police videos, boomerwaffenstrikes back, realonlineboy, MARBLE RACING!, weird amerindian rap, mouthwash product review rabbit hole, reviews from the tub,Davis Aurini block, john waters photosho…
 
We get it. Life is busy and you're not sure if you have time for all this premium quality, free, unsponsored cryptocurrency focused entertainment... Well, let us entice you in Gem hunter, with the best of the Non-Fungible news from Series 2. All the biggest and weirdest, stories from the weeks gone by, carefully curated and collected together by Be…
 
Intolerable: Writings from Michel Foucault and the Prisons Information Group (1970-1980) (University of Minnesota Press, 2021), edited by Kevin Thompson and Perry Zurn, is a groundbreaking collection of writings by Michel Foucault and the Prisons Information Group documenting their efforts to expose France's inhumane treatment of prisoners Founded …
 
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