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Ever wondered what consumer DNA testing can do for you- beyond telling you your ethnicity? Are you an adoptee- or someone who has an unknown parent or relative? Do you love Genealogy? You're in the right place. Join Julie DIxon Jackson and Renee Colvert as they attempt to guide you through what it takes to use DNA to break down brick walls, solve mysteries- or find your "people"!
 
Genealogy is the most wonderful of pastimes. I love it, and you should, too. There are endless reasons why. Genealogy is one of the fastest growing hobbies in the western world, as more and more people discover the exhilarating and slightly addictive nature of ancestor hunting. It’s like an ongoing mystery with clues you have to discover and then put together to come to conclusions about your family’s past. The mystery never ends, because there is no end to the amount of time you can potenti ...
 
Extreme Genes is a genealogy show hosted by Fisher. Fisher has 30+ years of radio experience and has had a passion for genealogy since he was a teen. On Extreme Genes Fisher sets out to educate the audience on resources and techniques for completing any gaps found in your family tree. Each week Fisher interviews national experts in the field of genealogy as well as news related to all of our genealogy. Be sure to visit ExtremeGenes.com for all the latest on the show.
 
Research Like a Pro is a podcast about genealogy research methodology. Diana Elder and Nicole Dyer of FamilyLocket.com discuss how to take your family history research to the next level and uncover more of your family tree. Learn about research objectives, analysis, locality research, research planning, source citations, report writing, case studies, and more. Diana and Nicole are the mother-daughter team at FamilyLocket.com and the creators of the Amazon bestselling book, Research Like a Pr ...
 
Generations Cafe is all about genealogy and family history. Discovering your family history should be enjoyable! Each episode will show you more about doing genealogy without the frustration. Host Amy Johnson Crow has been involved in family history for most of her life and is a noted researcher, blogger, author, and educator. She firmly believes that it is possible to do good genealogy research and enjoy the process. This isn't a stuffy or dry lecture. It's a conversation to help you explor ...
 
Genealogy Gems Podcast shows you, the family historian, how to make the most out of your family history research time by providing quick and easy to use research techniques. In addition, you will learn creative ways to share your family tree and the legacy of your ancestors. Lisa Louise Cooke guides you through the exhilarating process of discovering your family tree. She scours the family history landscape to find and bring you the best websites, best practices, and best resources available ...
 
Welcome to Research at the National Archives and Beyond. This show will provide individuals interested in genealogy and history an opportunity to listen, learn and take action. During this pandemic I will have a wonderful line up of experts who will share resources, stories and answer your burning genealogy questions. All of my guests share a deep passion and knowledge of genealogy and history. My goal is to reach individuals who are thinking about tracing their family roots; beginners who h ...
 
Have you ever thought about transitioning into a career as a genealogy professional? Are you already a professional but would love a place to get ideas on running your business more smoothly? The Genealogy Professional podcast is your resource for learning best practices and gaining a sense of what a genealogy career is all about. The podcast is released weekly, every Monday, and runs for about 30 minutes.
 
Spit is an iHeartRadio podcast with 23andMe where host Baratunde Thurston sits down with the most interesting cultural influencers of our time to explore how DNA testing gives us a new perspective on who we are and how we are all connected. Join us for an intimate conversation and the unscripted thoughts and opinions of award-winning recording artists John Legend, Melissa Etheridge, Wyclef Jean and Pete Wentz as we talk science vs stories, nature vs nurture, family, race and a whole lot more ...
 
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. It also has a #CensusOfHumor. Benefit from my years of experience in folklore, history, genealogy, law, and tools of FamilySearch (owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints), Ancestry, Newspapers.com and more. I learn from my many mistakes. I teach from those lessons. I interview others. I discuss c ...
 
In 1887, with the view of amplifying and completing certain new doctrines which he had merely sketched in Beyond Good and Evil (see especially Aphorism 260), Nietzsche published The Genealogy of Morals. This work is perhaps the least aphoristic, in form, of all Nietzsche's productions. For analytical power, more especially in those parts where Nietzsche examines the ascetic ideal, The Genealogy of Morals is unequalled by any other of his works; and, in the light which it throws upon the atti ...
 
Family History: Genealogy Made Eaasy comes to you from renowned genealogist, author and media producer Lisa Louise Cooke. This podcast is ideal for both newbies and advanced family historians alike. Beginners will enjoy the genealogy 101 format, gaining the skills they need to grow their family tree from the ground up. More advanced genealogists will particularly enjoy hearing from the experts guests, in addition to benefiting from a refresher course in good genealogical principles. The seri ...
 
Many people consider genealogy an interesting and fun hobby, but it can be so much more than that. Stories in Our Roots, hosted by genealogist and family history coach Heather Murphy, goes beyond suggesting genealogy as interesting hobby. It dives deep into specific ways knowing our ancestors can help us better understand ourselves, loved ones and even the world around us. You will be inspired to look at family history differently, as more than adding names and dates to a family tree. Come l ...
 
Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
Stories of Sacrifice Podcast are interviews with families of our Nation's POW/MIAs who are currently buried as Unknown in our National Cemeteries or still listed as Missing in Action. These families are trying to get their MIA loved one identified through DNA. This is a production of the US POW/MIA Family Locating. Please consider supporting us!
 
Flash Forward is a show about possible (and not so possible) future scenarios. What would the warranty on a sex robot look like? How would diplomacy work if we couldn’t lie? Could there ever be a fecal transplant black market? (Complicated, it wouldn’t, and yes, respectively, in case you’re curious.) Hosted and produced by award winning science journalist Rose Eveleth, each episode combines audio drama and journalism to go deep on potential tomorrows, and uncovers what those futures might re ...
 
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How to Make a Video for Free with Adobe Spark Video In last month's episode we talked about how to construct a great story for video. In this episode I've got the ideal tool for you to use to make your video: Adobe Spark Video. Video is the perfect medium for sharing your family’s history. It captures the interest of the eyes and the ears. Adobe Sp…
 
The history of the U.S. Navy is longer than the history of the United States. It’s even longer than the idea of the United States. Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/navy-before-country/ Click Here to listen to the weekly podcast: https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Weekly Giveaways: https://ancestralfindings.com/drawing Genealogy eBooks: …
 
Today's episode of Research Like a Pro is about how to write a research report after your have completed your research plan. Typically a client report is about research in progress. You discuss what was found in the amount of time that was allotted. A report for yourself can be similar. Discuss the starting objective and what was known, then go thr…
 
A forensic technique called genetic genealogy helped police identify the man they now believe killed nine-year-old Christine Jessop in 1984, but some people have concerns about the investigative tool's privacy implications. Host Matt Galloway speaks with Anthony Redgrave, who worked with Toronto police on Jessop's case, and Brenda McPhail, with the…
 
Most of us live securely in the knowledge of who our parents are, our uncles, aunts, cousins, our grand-parents and great-grandparents. How can we define who we are, unless we know where we came from, and who we came from? Some of us are still searching for those answers. And every family has their own legends, stories, myths, and also, mysteries. …
 
News You Can Use and Share! The National Genealogical Society and the Federation of Genealogical Societies officially merged on 1 October 2020. Vivid-Pix launches a new version of their RESTORE software for Windows and macOS with new features. MyHeritage has just refreshed the data for its Theory of Family Relativity for the third time since its re…
 
#8 Amy Harris explains the concept of genealogical consciousness, which goes beyond information and instead influences the way we see not only our ancestors, but people in our world now. Genealogy has evolved over the decades and Amy sees a need for it to evolve even more in order to help make our world a better place as we are less judgmental and …
 
The post MSS-095-Finding Photos of Your French-Canadian Ancestors appeared first on Maple Stars and Stripes - Your French-Canadian Genealogy Podcast. The saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” couldn’t be truer than when we see our ancestor’s face for the first time. We can’t help but look for a resemblance to the features looking back at us.…
 
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we present blogger, Marta Darby of My Big Fat Cuban Family! We discuss the importance of Cuban food, Cuban family history, speaking Spanish at home, the perfect flan and life as a Cuban American in Southern California! This podcast is part of our How to be Cuban American in 30 Days challenge. For more informati…
 
#10 Iris began researching her family history when she was an adult to discover the story of her Abuela (Grandmother) Faustina, whom she never met. Iris’ story is about the gift she received by learning the story of Abuela Faustina and other relatives. But the gift wasn’t just for her. She saw firsthand how much what she learned was a gift to other…
 
The question of the origins of ancient Christianity has puzzled believers and skeptics alike. For the first, the history of Christianity is the anchor point for claims of authenticity. For the second, a search for origins opens religious traditions to questions about their contingency and sui generis status. So the perspectives most often speak pas…
 
Host Scott Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org. The guys begin with news that RootsTech Connect 2021 is bringing in some 1,500 registrants a day! It’s going to be a massive on line event. (And it’s free!) Next, Fisher and David share thoughts on…
 
'Critical Race Theory’ is a way of understanding racism through the dynamics of oppressed and oppressor groups. Neil Shenvi believes its worldview is at odds with the Gospel and is concerned at its embrace in evangelical circles. Rasool Berry, teaching pastor at The Bridge Church NYC believes many Christians are overreacting to CRT. While not adopt…
 
Here, There, and Elsewhere: The Making of Immigrant Identities in a Globalized World (Stanford University Press, 2020) by Tahseen Shams (Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto) reconceptualizes the homeland-hostland dyad. Drawing from the experiences of diasporic South Asian Muslim community in America, namely Bangladeshis, P…
 
The murder of nine-year-old Christine Jessop shocked Canada in 1984, and led to the wrongful conviction of Guy Paul Morin. On Thursday, police said they've now identified her killer as Calvin Hoover, who died in 2015. Kirk Makin’s book Redrum the Innocent examines the case. He joins us to discuss the long search for a killer and the mistakes made a…
 
A dispute between Indigenous and non-Indigenous lobster fishers in Nova Scotia has exploded into violence, and people fear that worse is to come. We discuss the conflict and its long history with CBC reporter Nic Meloney; Colin Sproul, president of the Bay of Fundy Inshore Fishermen's Association; and Cheryl Maloney, a member of the Sipekne'katik F…
 
Welcome back to the Ancestral Findings Podcast! The 1920s were a transformative decade in American history. In some ways, this decade even changed the world. What were your ancestors doing a century ago? What was lifelike for them? Knowing more about the 1920s will let you know more about your ancestors during that unique time. Show Notes: https://…
 
We're back with a new season of Critical Faith! Before we dive into our new content for this season, we have one more Fall course you're going to want to check out. Today, Dean Dettloff, sessional lecturer and ICS PhD candidate, and CPRSE Associate Director Hector Acero Ferrer join us to talk about Dean's upcoming online 6-week intensive course on …
 
Sayyid Fadl, a descendant of the Prophet Muhammad, led a unique life—one that spanned much of the nineteenth century and connected India, Arabia, and the Ottoman Empire. For God or Empire: Sayyid Fadl and the Indian Ocean World (Stanford University Press) tells his story, part biography and part global history, as his life and legacy afford a singu…
 
This year's Kentucky Derby happened amid protests about racism and the killing of Breonna Taylor. Greg Harbut, one of the few Black horse owners in Derby history, was asked to boycott. He tells us about the choice he made. Then, we hear from Bob Heleringer, a former Republican state representative, about how Kentucky may lean on Nov. 3.…
 
The Great Barrington Declaration calls for ending lockdowns and trying to achieve herd immunity for COVID-19, but while the White House is reportedly intrigued, many health professionals are not. We talk to epidemiologist and mathematical modeller Ashleigh Tuite, microbiologist and immunologist John Moore, and Timothy Caulfield, the Canada research…
 
A video of a sexist smear against B.C. politician Bowinn Ma has surfaced in the middle of the province’s election campaign — highlighting the sexism still rife in politics. We talk to two B.C. politicians, Nadine Nakagawa, a city councillor in New Westminster, and Nicole Read, former mayor of Maple Ridge, about their experiences.…
 
First Nations communities that largely avoided the worst of the first wave of COVID-19 are now fearful of what’s to come as the weather gets colder. We talk to Peter Beatty, chief of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation in Saskatchewan; Keith Mason, pandemic coordinator in the Kasabonika Lake First Nation in northern Ontario; and Carrie Bourassa, profe…
 
Spooktober continues with … CrEePy cRawLies. And dark woods and solo hiking and Forest Entomologist Dr. Kristen Wickert a.k.a. KayDubs the Hiking Scientist. We chat about everything from Moth Man to chubby caterpillars to spiderwebs to fungus. She tells us how to look for big beautiful moths, what footwear is best for hitting the trail, which bugs …
 
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