A safe, honest, open, and productive environment to listen and learn about racism in the USA. Sandy Battise was born and raised in Savannah, GA. She completed her education in Savannah public schools and obtained an undergraduate degree from Mercer University. She moved to Texas and lived in Austin, TX for 30 years. Her career included various roles in the housing industry: real estate lending as a licensed mortgage loan originator, Executive Director of a housing-related non-profit, and a management position in the housing department with the City of Austin. Sandy served in several leadership positions with local community initiatives. She was instrumental in developing workshops focused on race reconciliation. Sandy relocated back home to Savannah in 2016.
A comedy podcast exploring quirky characters and their fascinating lives—and that's just the hosts. Reminiscent of NPR programs such as This American Life, Snap Judgment and Invisibilia, except those are real and this isn't. Part scripted and part improvised, BTADS brings you out-there stories, unknown history lessons, and a few ads for products you never knew you didn't need.
Publié du lundi au vendredi dès 6h, d'une durée de 5 minutes sur des sujets de science, d'actualité et d'histoire vulgarisés, inspirés de la page publiée dans le Journal de Montréal. Réalisé et animé par Charles Trahan avec la participation de Baptiste Zapirain, Benjamin Bourque et Hélène Laurin.
Aquí vamos a contar historias. Vamos a hablar de cultura, de cine, de paz, de viajes, de música. Vamos a continuar la conversación que empezó en la radio hace 20 años, pero además aprovecharemos las nuevas posibilidades que se abren con este medio. Bienvenidos a mi podcast de historia.
Perguntar Não Ofende — Conversas do Daniel Oliveira Que Não Faz Chorar. Todas as semanas, uma conversa com um convidado. Quase sempre sobre política, às vezes sobre coisas mais interessantes. Logótipo de Vera Tavares, música de Mário Laginha e produção de João Martins. Apoie este projeto independente em patreon.com/PerguntarNaoOfende
Fail to the Chief is the podcast where comic "historian" Thom Woodley talks about the men who became President... almost. Romp through the losers of presidential history, laugh and marvel at how different life might have been, had America made different choices. FailToTheChief.wordpress.com
Gabriel Al Romaani, FREE Audio Podcast brought to you by Muslim Central. Muslim Central is a private Audio Podcast Publisher. Our Audio Library consists of Islamic Lectures, Interviews, Debates and more, with over 100 Speakers and Shows from around the World.
Historical Reminiscents is dedicated to discussing public history and archival practice. Created and produced by Krista McCracken this weekly podcast discusses archival impulses, shares insight into the world of public historians, and tackles historical interpretations in Canada.
Pop DNA traces the literary and historical influences of your favorite works of pop culture. Your hosts, Erin and Rhonda, use their pathetically detailed and trivial knowledge of movies and television, as well as their otherwise useless degrees in liberal arts and literature, to bring you monthly discussions of selected pop culture works, geek outs over long-dead authors and historical figures, jokes no one else will think are funny, and literary allusions no one asked for. Listen, or don't, we don't care, it's your life.