In our inaugural episode, Rachna tells an icy tale of Olympic deception. When the Russians beat the favored Canadians in the Pairs Figure Skating competition at the 2002 Olympics, one of the judge’s judgment seems less than judicious. Will ther
"After six hours with Manson's prosecutor, Vince Bugliosi, I realized he told me only what was in his book," journalist Tom O'Neill told us. "Until we went off the record and he told me something explosive ... and it sent me down the rabbit hol
It’s March 31st. Jody Avirgan and Nicole Hemmer discuss President Johnson’s surprise announcement that he isn’t running for re-election, and how politics can be upended in a tumultuous year like 1968.
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A disgruntled Federal Express Employee attempts to hijack a plane and kill the flight crew.
FedEx Flight 705 takes off on a routine flight to San Jose, but an attempted hijacking leaves the crew fighting for their lives while keeping the plane
I am pleased to have worked with Win from the podcast Ask Win for this episode and I’m going to let her introduce it. When Win first talked to me about doing an episode in conjunction with Cerebral Palsy Awareness month, which was in March, man
Bill Clinton bounces back from early problems in his presidency and looks to become the first two-term Democratic president since Franklin Roosevelt. To stop him, Republicans turn to Senator Bob Dole and try to conjure images of a glorious Amer
She Votes! is a podcast from Wonder Media Network about the complex history of the women's suffrage movement, hosted by award-winning journalists Lynn Sherr and Ellen Goodman.She Votes! is produced by Wonder Media Network. Follow us on Twitter
Episode 53: The first part in a multi part series on racial violence, this episode explores the history of the 1921 Tulsa Massacre, the racial influences that led to the founding of the city, and the structural legacy of white supremacy.Twitter
Tim Jenkin was a member of the ANC (African National Congress). The organization had been declared unlawful in South Africa, seen by the white minority as a threat to public order. In 1978, Tim Jenkin was charged under South Africa’s Terrorism
A bank robbery with the objective to steal 1 billion dollars. This is the story of the largest bank robbery in history. And it was all done over a computer.
Our guest this episode was Geoff White. Learn more about him at geoffwhite.tech.