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Whether you are new to genealogy or a practiced veteran of the craft, these short clips of tips, tricks, ideas, and information about genealogy and our ancestors should inspire and assist you in moving farther along on your family tree. Keep them handy when you hit a brick wall, or if you want new inspiration for unique angles to take in your work. With each clip, you will learn what you need to know with ease and be ready eagerly to jump back into the ancestor pool with a renewed sense of p ...
 
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CutOff Genes Podcast

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CutOff Genes Podcast

Julie Dixon Jackson-Podcaster, Richard Castle

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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 Richard Castle as they attempt to guide you through what it takes to use DNA to break down brick walls, solve mysteries- or find your "people"!
 
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 ...
 
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Spit

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iHeartPodcasts & 23andMe

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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
Take your ancestors from names on paper to multidimensional people who lived, breathed, loved, lost, and helped you to be who you are. Benefit from 40+ 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-American researchers can assist African-American researchers in resto ...
 
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. I offer 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 have already started and o ...
 
Join The Photo Detective, Maureen Taylor, each week as she discusses historical photos and how they fit into your family history. From ancestor identification to photo preservation, The Photo Detective Podcast covers it all. Featuring special experts from genealogy, fashion history, photo history, and restoration, it’s a not-to-miss for photo fans, genealogists, and lovers of history.
 
The Criminal Genealogist - where true crime and genealogy intersect! The records don't lie but your ancestors might...Ever researched your ancestors only to find that naughty one who couldn't stay out of trouble? We love those stories! Criminal ancestors are the best to research because they usually have a lot of records and newspaper articles about their dirty deeds. Join me as I talk about criminal ancestors you have shared with me or I came across in my research.
 
All Things Genealogy & Family History! Genealogy Girl Talks offers you tips, tricks, and advice on your genealogy and family history journey. Join us for a variety of topics related to your research! Genealogy Girl strongly believes that connecting with family is a key ingredient to your research and in her 20+ years of researching she has many stories to share from her journey.
 
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Stories in Our Roots

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Stories in Our Roots

Heather Murphy, Mindset Coach and Genealogist

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Many people consider genealogy an interesting and fun hobby, but it can be so much more than that. Stories in Our Roots, hosted by empowerment coach and genealogist 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 list ...
 
What if you uncovered something from your family's past that could alter the course of your entire life? These are the stories of people from all over the world whose lives were changed forever by what they found in their family history. Follow along as they are transported to far-flung corners of the globe and beyond the recesses of living memory to explore the truth about who they are — whether it's solving an old family mystery, reuniting with relatives they never knew existed, or forging ...
 
The Family Histories Podcast is a show that celebrates those of us sat in archives, libraries, and spare bedrooms all around the world, tirelessly piecing together our collective social and family history. Join author and family historian Andrew Martin as he interviews a fellow genealogy addict about how they got hooked; listen to his guest tell the life story of their most fascinatingly good, bad, or plain ugly relative; and then it's time to face 'The Brick Wall' - where it's over to the l ...
 
In recent years law enforcement agencies have been utilizing a new tool to track down violent offenders and identify Jane and John Does - the family tree. With the help of DNA technology and investigative genetic genealogy, cases that have been cold for decades are now being solved. Victims and their families are finally getting answers and justice. The Ties That Find is a true crime podcast that showcases these victories.
 
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 ...
 
GeneaBloggers is a community of genealogists and family historians who augment their passion for genealogy by blogging. We currently have over 2,000 genealogy blogs listed in our blogroll from around the world and have a vibrant and vocal group of people seeking to define what it is to be a genealogist in the 21st century.
 
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Are you looking for some interesting genealogical projects to do for July? Here are ten that are amazing and will keep you educated and entertained. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/10-must-do-genealogy-projects-for-july/ Genealogy Clips Podcast https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Historical Postcard Giveaway https://ancestralfin…
 
News You Can Use and Share! Family Tree Magazine announced their 101 Best Genealogy Websites for Genealogy for 2022, and the Genealogy Guys Podcast was again included. MyHeritage published 11 million new German historical records (Germany, Hesse, Deaths) MyHeritage added 1.3 billion historical records in 37 collections in April and May. The Genealo…
 
Today's episode of Research Like a Pro is about the history of Pennsylvania Germans. They came in the colonial American period and have millions of Americans as their descendants. Join us as we talk with Heidi Mathis about important factors for finding records about Pennsylvania Germans and factors for Germans leaving Europe and coming to Pennsylva…
 
This week Maureen Taylor, The Photo Detective, is joined by Emma Jolly, a professional genealogist and historical researcher, based in Edinburgh, Scotland. She and Maureen dive into British ancestry, and how you can begin your research, or even elevate it for those records you may be missing. She was one of the researchers on an episode of the Wedd…
 
If you’ve been wondering how to write and self-publish a book about your family history, my guest has answers for you! In this episode author J.M. Phillips shares: How to be a great family history storyteller Her favorite writing techniques that help create a compelling story What she learned about self-publishing (and what you need to know) Her ex…
 
Via their Instagram page Design.Emergency Alice Rawsthorn and Paola Antonelli have brought designers together to tackle some of the worlds intractable problems. Journalist Amy Odell discusses her biography of the fashion industry's most powerful influencer Anna Wintour.New Zealanders have kicked off a citizen historian fad thanks to a new book from…
 
This week Maureen Taylor, The Photo Detective, is joined by Michael Murphy, Librarian, and Archivist, as well as Charlotte Engel, who is the clothing historian from the New Canaan Historical Society. The two have been making the rounds on TikTok lately for using behind-the-scenes footage to educate their followers more about exhibits and historical…
 
For the dandy, looking swell is a way of life! He prides himself on wit and dress, but their influence reaches beyond fashion and intellect, as Dominic Janes discovers in his latest book British Dandies: Engendering Scandal and Fashioning a Nation. It tells a scandalous story of fashionable men and the role they played in the cultural and political…
 
Varney the Vampire was a blood soaked gothic horror story serialised in cheap print over the course of a couple of years in the nineteenth century. The resulting "penny dreadful" tale spilled out of a large volume when it was finally published in book form. In spite of his comfort with crosses, daylight and garlic, Varney's capacity to reflect on h…
 
On this episode of Unsupervised Learning Razib talks to his friend Claire Lehmann, founder and editor-in-chief of Quillette magazine, and columnist for The Australian. Though Lehmann’s initial public prominence involved her key role in the “intellectual dark web,” publishing thinkers critical of identity politics like Coleman Hughes, John Wood Jr. …
 
David Chalmers is credited with setting the terms for much of the work done in the philosophy of mind today when he posed the 'hard problem' of consciousness: how does matter, which is fundamentally inanimate, give rise to or interact with consciousness, which is qualitative and phenomenal - always a 'what it's like'?His most recent book, Reality +…
 
Are you curious as to how Mother’s Day got started? The story is an interesting one. This is how the United States started officially honoring its mothers. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/mothers-day/ Genealogy Clips Podcast https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Historical Postcard Giveaway https://ancestralfindings.com/postcard-g…
 
Ann Hince shares the stories of how she came to meet her birth mother, learned about her birth father, and made other family connections. We talk about the parts of herself she recognized as she learned about her birth family, that not everyone gets an adoption reunion story, and how her father’s writing helped her get a small feeling of what it me…
 
For evolutionary scientists studying religion, it's more fruitful to examine what people do in religious contexts, rather than listen to what they say they believe. There's a new recognition that as well as looking at behaviour, people studying religion must take account of the religious experience of believers. But how do you do that? And what doe…
 
"WHAT IS MATH!?" hollers the girl on TikTok. Turns out she's right. Any system requires reference to an external system to make itself consistent, but any system is only a metaphor for the whole. Trust me, it makes sense. This is a cool episode about math and science.By Axiom, Aphorism, and Andy
 
Can you be sued by nature? In some places, the answer is already yes. Guests: Evelyn Bellanger -- White Earth Band of Ojibwe elder Frank Bibeau -- tribal attorney and a member of the White Earth Band of Ojibwe Nico Albert -- member of the Cherokee Nation and the executive chef of Burning Cedar Indigneous Foods Jacinta Ruru -- professor of Law at th…
 
Do you know the story of the Wright brothers? They are the inventors of controlled, manned flight. This is their story, and how they became aviation pioneers. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/wright-brothers-became-aviation-pioneers/ Genealogy Clips Podcast https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Historical Postcard Giveaway https://…
 
Host Scott Fisher opens the show with guest host David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org. David begins with a little history of Father’s Day, and how it started with the love of one woman for her dad. Dave then mentions meeting a man who actually saw Babe Ruth play when he wa…
 
- The ID of a murdered couple from 50 years ago leads to a living child - FOG is an acronym - Trenches: Identifying living relatives from a listener's 6X G Grandparents - Part 2 of my conversation with Lorah Gerald @theadoptedchameleon For help contact @joolsjackson a cutoffgenes.comBy Julie Dixon Jackson, Richard Castle
 
Hotel designer Bill Bensley lives by the motto, if it’s worth doing, it’s worth overdoing. The California-born designer has studios in Bangkok and Bali, and his latest book More Escapism: Hotels, Resorts and Gardens features some of the region’s most extravagant resorts. His inspiration comes from treasures around the globe, including a 1930s Vietn…
 
A bit over one percent of Americans are of Filipino ancestry, making them one of the largest Asian American subgroups. Unlike Chinese, Mexicans or Europeans, Filipino immigrants are unique in that their homeland, the Philippines, was actually an American colony for five decades, between 1898 and 1946. This is one reason that the level of English fl…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss ideas of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770 - 1831) on history. Hegel, one of the most influential of the modern philosophers, described history as the progress in the consciousness of freedom, asking whether we enjoy more freedom now than those who came before us. To explore this, he looked into the past to identif…
 
You’ve probably heard of Calamity Jane. But how much of her real-life story do you know? While much of her life is still speculation, what we do know is wild. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/real-story-calamity-jane/ Genealogy Clips Podcast https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Historical Postcard Giveaway https://ancestralfinding…
 
Waiting is an inevitable part of life, whether it’s in the waiting room of a GP surgery or waiting for lockdown to end.As part of the Waiting Times project, Dr Michael Flexer, a publicly engaged research fellow at the University of Exeter, explores different concepts of waiting and suggests that some forms of waiting – for seeds to grow, for the cu…
 
You’ve probably grown up watching television. But, did you ever wonder how it was invented? Or, who invented it? It’s a fascinating story. Here are the details. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/need-know-history-television/ Genealogy Clips Podcast https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Historical Postcard Giveaway https://ancestralf…
 
Host Scott Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org. Military expert David reveals he never heard about the subject of his first story in Family Histoire News. We bet you haven’t either. Then, you might be surprised that “mullet” hair styles have an …
 
Today's episode of Research Like a Pro is about Diana's research log and report from the Shults project. She discusses her Family History Library research trip, how she logged her results, and her findings. We also discuss how she selected DNA matches to help verify the connection between Hickman Monroe Shults and his proposed father, Martin Shults…
 
Once regarded as a fringe movement, more designers and architects are looking to nature-based systems to build our lives while reducing carbon emissions. Claire Beale, Executive Manager at LCI Melbourne and a former Design Institute of Australia President, takes us through the Three Bs of organic design; biomorphic, biomimetic and biophilic.The Nat…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Christ Fellowship Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Gems in the Genealogy: Christ's Bloodline Subtitle: Setting the Record Straight Speaker: Dr. Clint Archer Broadcaster: Christ Fellowship Baptist Church Event: Midweek Service Date: 6/15/2022 Bible: Luke 3:23-38 Length: 53 min.…
 
In 1973 the eminent evolutionary geneticist Theodosius Dobzhansky wrote an essay entitled “Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution.” Presumably, that would include molecular biology, and as Dobzhanksy was writing, the field of molecular evolution was bearing fruit that would revolutionize our understanding of Darwinian evolu…
 
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