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

When the Wind Shows Up

Five years ago, Aaron Mahnke spent his evenings writing supernatural thriller novels with a splash of folklore (and a lowball glass of bourbon).  With the intention of creating a free giveaway that

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

The Rest is History

Many history podcasters are keen amateurs who have turned their pastime into a way of life. Yet despite being novices in the podcasting medium, Tom Holland and Dominic Sandbrook are well-regarded, popular,

Zack Twamley: a podcasting powerhouse

Zack Twamley has been podcasting since May 2012 and is well known in the history podcasting community as someone who produces a huge volume of podcasts.  Zack is still a young man