TRUE FACTS WITH ROBERT BANQUETTE
From Speakcies. On each episode of True Facts with Robert Banquette, journey through the past to look at the historical figures and crucial events that have shaped our world via the unique perspective of Montgomery, Alabama's own, Robert Banquette. Drawing from the Banquette family's long history of prominence in the United States and the Old World, host Robert Banquette provides insight into the stories behind the stories, the True Facts that are often purposely obscured by so-called professional historians and scientists. History with a side of Speakcies zaniness. True Facts with Robert Banquette. Roll Tide!
THE ORNAMENT OF HUMAN SOCIETY: AN AP US HISTORY PODCAST
This AP US History podcast will cover a variety of the content and skills necessary to excel on the AP US History exam in May. The show is not chronological, but I will be using thematic questions to use an inquiry based approach to learning history.
THE LENNY B.S.
The Lenny Burrows Story... The Lenny Burrows Show... The Lenny BS! In the Autumn of 1585, Lenny Burrows - The Master of Revels, The Lord of Misrule, The Merrymaker - was named the Minister of Revelry by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. Fearing his place in history loss following his exile in 1604, Lenny placed all documents pertaining to his 44 years of life, safely within The Globe in London. These are the remnants of those stories.
PROBABLY IMPROBABLE: A FOLKLORE COMEDY PODCAST
A discouraged artist and discouraged actress tell each other about things that don't exist. Carly Swenson and Samantha Veldhouse Papke take you on an impressively delightful and distracted journey of mythical creatures, legendary beings, paranormal entities and...clowns? (Good job, Sam.) They’re not historians or educators, they're two smartass women who are curious and know how to use Google. It’s a lot like other folklore podcasts, (but less reliably researched, less well-written, and with more jokes about penises, cursing, occasional feminist rants, and adorable pets.)
North Americana hits the road, unearthing surprising stories that connect Americans and Canadians, then sharing insider travel tips for those who might want to go too. Award-winning journalist Liz Beatty hosts inviting along some great American storytellers and expert guests.
NEVERTHELESS SHE EXISTED
This is the radical feminist history party you've been waiting for. Recorded at Caveat in NYC, each episode of Nevertheless She Existed brings the story of an erased woman from history from our LES speakeasy right to your earbuds. You'll hear tales of a gay nuns burned as witches, queens of NYC theives, mothers, warriors, and poets. The fabulous, funny, and fierce comedian Molly Gaebe serves as our host and voice as we travel down the rabbit hole of women's history. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll definitely say "f*ck yeah" because Nevertheless, She Existed.