I was staring at the map of Europe yesterday, and I realized that I know very little history. To start I would like to learn about the Colonial Period and the major power players there in. I seem to be ingesting a lot of podcasts and audiobooks lately so that would be perfect. To be clear, I'm looking for an introductory level work to get me started. [more inside]
The impossible has happened - I am caught up with, or have finished, all my favorite history podcasts. I'm looking for some new ones to add to the line-up. [more inside]
I'm looking for a really great history of science or weird science podcast(s)! [more inside]
I am really enjoying the History of Rome podcast. I was hoping to find something on Chinese history that was in the same vein (those dynasties are a bit bewildering). The China History podcast is OK, but I am not loving his jumping around. Is there anything else out there?
I listen to a lot of podcasts at work, and am looking to enlargenate my playlist by adding more comic book and non-North America content. Listening tastes below! [more inside]
I'm almost finished with the audiobook version of A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century, and I'm not ready for it to be over. I want to learn more about the Middle Ages and Renaissance. What should I listen to next? [more inside]
I've seen a couple Askmes for good, short podcasts. I want long ones. [more inside]
What are some educational (yet interesting) podcasts? [more inside]