At the end of part one, Marc Antony married Octavian's sister as part of a peace agreement. It seemed the conflict between the two men had been finally resolved. But that didn't last for long. By the end of the episode, only one will survive to reign supreme over the mighty Roman Empire. Join Jack and Lauren as they conclude this epic two-parter about the rivalry that changed the course of history forever.
Tune in for a special episode from GPN’s sister podcast, Coldest Cases! What happened to the Lost Colony of Roanoke? 20 years before Jamestown and John Smith became known as the first English settlement in the New World, a different group of English men, women and children tried to set roots in present-day North Carolina… twice. Both attempts ended in disaster, with one settlement disappearing completely.
Ivan’s paranoia reaches a breaking point, and he decides to slaughter an entire city for “treason”. Plus, the Tsar goes through more than five marriages, while the Russian Orthodox Church refuses to get involved out of fear. Listen to Part Three now to hear the dramatic end to the life of Ivan the Terrible, plus why some historians believe there’s more we don’t know about Russia’s mysterious first Tsar.
It's time to go back to Jack's happy place, ancient Rome. Just days after the assassination of Julius Caesar, two men emerged to try and fill the vacuum of power. Join Jack and Lauren as they tell you all about Gaius Octavius and Marc Antony, and their rivalry that defined an entire era of Roman history.
Maria Eva Duarte was born in a tiny shack in one of Argentina’s poor shanty towns. Despite her humble beginnings, Eva or “Evita” would grow up to become one of the biggest names in Latin America and the world. Join Jack and Lauren to learn more about this controversial woman who started out as an actress and eventually became Argentina’s First Lady.