Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff

Margaret Killjoy’s podcast, Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff, should probably come with some sort of health warning for staunch right-wingers who are likely to take offense at historic tales about people

UTR: History of the Germans Podcast

  The presenter of the History of the Germans Podcast, Dirk Hoffmann-Becking, has a wonderfully wry and dry German sense of humor that immediately captivates as he takes his listeners on the

The Curiosity of a Child

When deciding which podcast to cover for this month’s focus on “dads in podcasting,” The Curiosity of a Child was an obvious choice. This podcast is truly a paternal project presented by

ArtCurious

Everything about ArtCurious exudes class.  Jennifer Dasal’s voice is classy, as are the episodes themselves. The carefully curated advertising, beautiful website, and curiosity-provoking content—like what Jennifer will cover during her upcoming trip

UTR: History of the 90’s

  Each episode of History of the 90’s delivers a great snapshot of what it meant to live in that decade. From the OJ Simpson verdict to Beanie Babies, host Kathy Kenzora

Exploring The: Wonders of the World

The Wonders of the World podcast is not just a history podcast. It is that, of course, but also so much more. When host Caroline Vahrenkamp takes you to visit the wonder

Pontifacts

Pontifacts is not the only podcast that focuses on the popes, but it is certainly the most entertaining.  It is presented by Bry and Fry, two very funny women who obviously have

UTR: American Epistles

  American Epistles is a true gem of a podcast. Susan Otchere brings history to life through the letters she has discovered and shares with listeners. These letters, as well as other

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