The phone in your hand is more powerful than all of the computers that put a man on the moon, combined. In the age of supercomputers, driverless cars, and mail-order DNA testing it’s easy to forget that the journey to these incredible innovatio
A raw look at the combat and homecoming experience from American veterans who have been deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. “This Is War” chronicles the trials of combat vets both abroad and at home.Subscribe today: wondery.fm/thisiswar
The Cold War, the Gold Rush, the Space Race. Every part of your life -the words you speak, the ideas you share- can be traced to our history, but how well do you really know the stories that made America? American History Tellers takes you to t
Strangers becoming family at the campground, Kevin Harvick passing a go-kart down to his son, the FOX Sports crew working together to bring the track to your living room - NASCAR is all about family. So for our finale, we're spending time with
Legend Status is tough to earn. This week, we’ll learn what it takes as we talk to driver Bobby Allison, owner Don Miller, and a few more legendary folks you may never have heard of. In this sport, there are many ways to define a legacy.New to
NASCAR packs in fans by the hundreds of thousands, but these people don't just show up out of nowhere. To attract NASCAR-sized crowds, you need great promoters. And this sport has created some of the greatest marketing masterminds of all time.
Petty. Waltrip. Yarborough.The Allison brothers. Earnhardt before he was the Intimidator. The season of 1979 was something special. We check in with Sports Illustrated’s Mark Bechtel, who shows us how ‘79 changed NASCAR forever. We track Darrel
If you love going fast - and staying alive - then you love science. We spend some time with a physicist and learn all about the invisible forces keeping drivers in their seats, cars glued to the track, and NASCAR as competitive as ever. We talk
We go back to racing's roots to learn about good ol' boys running moonshine and the man who turned them into the first generation of NASCAR drivers. We’ll hear stories of early racing legends, including some legendary women, who set the pace fo
Heritage Road tells the history of NASCAR like you’ve never heard it before. Host Rich Phillips, voice of Texas Motor Speedway, digs into stories you thought you knew, others you’ll never believe, and takes you behind the scenes to get an insid
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