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Throughline

A weekly History podcast featuring Rund Abdelfatah and Ramtin Arablouei
 36 people rated this podcast
Throughline

NPR

Throughline

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Throughline

NPR

Throughline

A weekly History podcast featuring Rund Abdelfatah and Ramtin Arablouei
 36 people rated this podcast
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This is truly one of the most important podcasts of our time. The care and thought that goes into every episode is immeasurable. The history that factors into our present moments is told with integrity and intelligence, giving us an informed perspective while we get to enjoy excellent storytelling. I am grateful and look forward to every episode!!
Really appreciate the the dives into these topics. In a world where people stop at the headline, this show really helps me get an understanding and appreciation for how things start.
I get where people would like it, but this just wasn't for me. I found it really boring most of the time and barely remember the episodes after I listen to them. Nothing groundbreaking.
Excellent history podcast, well researched and with a high production value. Many episodes stay with me a long time after I've listened to them. Thank you Rund and Ramtin !
NPR is another organization that pushed the phony Russian Collusion story for years. None of the ones who did this have any credibility whatsoever.
Great concept, undermined by relentless editorialising and a casual delivery that comes off as affected.
This is a high-quality podcast that provides historical background for events happening now. Even though I am directly in the target audience for this kind of thing, I found I had to stop listening to it over the hosts' pronunciation. I never thought of myself as *that* kind of podcast listener, and it is not a foreign accent thing. It is a millennial thing. This podcast is so good I have mostly managed to overlook it, but it is so jarring to me that I finally decided to just throw in the towel. :-(
Listened to Tenochtitlán: A Retelling of the Conquest (2021) today. Interesting, but a predictable lefty college professor slant on the Spanish conquest where indigenous innocents never did anything wrong and the Spanish did nothing good. Best part was when she makes the comment, without irony, that many historians in Mexico differed with her views on the evils of the arrival of Christianity or that killing by the Aztecs of captured warriors of other indigenous people in the region for human sacrifice, was uh maybe something to be deplored!
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