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Agora welcomes it new member REVOLUTION 1 premiering 1/14 wherever you get great podcasts! Check out their trailer! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bry and Fry from The Pontifacts Podcast deliver an entertaining ecumenical tale of terror while Thom, the High Priest of Agoraphobia and host of the American Biography Podcast, closes out this years festivities by offering up an Edgar Allen Poe
Chris Stewart from the History of China Podcast tells of pestilence, plague and partying with a prophetic Poe story; meanwhile Nia Clark of the Dreams of Black Wall Street Podcast explores practice and power of Hoodoo!Music from Lobo Lobo share
Roifield Brown presents the life and presidency of Ronald Wilson Reagan. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Agoraphobia veterans - Dark Queen of Agora, Raven (Tiny Vampires Podcast) and returning champion, Claude Myron GoOoOoOzer (Canon Ball) deliver tales from their respective professional wheelhouses! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i
"Deadly" Daniel Daughhetee and Professor Claude Myron GoOoOoOozer of the Canon Ball Podcast deliver a devilish disquisition about one of weird fiction's founding fathers, Ambrose Bierce.... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informat
In an unexpectedly Celtic themed Agoraphobia inaugural, Ben Jacobs (Wittenberg to Westphalia) discusses the Highland Clearances while Sam Hume (History of Witchcraft/Pax Britannica) tells a tale of the Buggane. See acast.com/privacy for privacy
Ben Jacobs of Wittenberg to Westphalia and Sam Hume of the History of Witchcraft sat down for a chat about witch panics, memes, authority, and the importance of getting angry while also staying calm.https://paxbritannica.info/episode-list/https
Many people think they know about Irish politics because they saw a movie that one time. Many others think they know Irish politics because they read a few news stories back in the 1980s. Finally, there are those who do not know Irish politics
In this 3rd part of the Are You Going My Way series, Ben and Steve talk about how ride sharing technologies and services have changed and impacted the various transportation networks. They also discuss the history of ride sharing and ride renti
Agoraphobia IV wraps up with Thom Daly (American Biography) getting an assist from Raven Fruscalzo (Tiny Vampires) to present Poe's "The Raven" while Daniel and Claude from the Canon Ball dive into an exploration of Gothic literature! See acast
Raven Forrest Fruscalzo (Tiny Vampires Podcast) and Chris Stewart (The History of China) present a pair of potent parables for the penultimate episode of Agoraphobia 2019! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Stephen Guerra (History of the Papacy/Behind the Big Screen) and Heather Teysko (Renaissance English History Podcast) carry the torch this week in the second installment of Agoraphobia 2019! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa
Dominic Perry (History of Egypt) and Benjamin Jacobs (Wittenberg to Westphalia) open the floodgates of great content for Agoraphobia 2019! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Thom (American Biography), Ben (Wittenberg to Westphalia) and Daniel (The Canon Ball) team up to tackle Tolkien, the Silmarillion and the colonization of Beleriand by the Noldor! Special thanks to David Crowther (History of England) for providi
Today we have part two of the Agora transportation series "Are You Going My Way." We will talk about the impact of electric cars on the transportation infrastructure of the United States. We also talk about the upcoming Intelligent Speech Confe
Saturday, June 29, 2019 will be the Intelligent Speech Conference, presented by Agora. This conference will bring together many of your favorite podcasters, including Mike Duncan, David Crowther, Kevin Stroud, and more! Come enjoy a day of live
Zack Twamley (When Diplomacy Fails) and Thom Daly (American Biography) discuss Brexit's impact on Ireland.Music in this episode:"Star of the County Down" with Tacoma Youth Chorus by Sláinte is licensed under a Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United
This is the introductory episode to a series of episodes on the topic of transportation planning and transportation technology. In this episode we explore the basics of transportation planning and lay the ground work for the rest of the series.
Stephen Guerra from the History of the Papacy Podcast and a group of friends including David Crowther from The History of England Podcast and Dominic Perry from the History of Egypt Podcast tell spooky Bible stories around the campfire. Then Xa
Heather shares her story of a haunting at Hampton Court and Raven gives us a flea's eye view of the black death. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Daniel and Claude from The Canon Ball team up Ben from Wittenberg to Westphalia to pick clean HP Lovecraft's bones. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Chris Stewart of the History of China Podcast presents a strange tale from the Qing Dynasty writer Pu Songling while American Biography's Thom Daly reads Edgar Allen Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart". See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf
Daniel from the Canon Ball is joined by Scott Hambrick from onlinegreatbooks.com for an intimate chat about Burke's thoughts on the French Revolution and Voltaire's reflections on the English! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out infor
Erik and Xander from ReConsider talk with Karl and Emmet from onlinegreatbooks.com about the continuing importance of Plato, Machiavelli and Marx. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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