UTR: Secret Police

  Having only launched in April 2022, the Secret Police podcast is relatively new to the scene, but Jack Johannessen is an experienced podcaster having already worked on a medical podcast called

History Impossible

The interview with Alexander von Sternberg for this article ranged far and wide across history and podcasting as he has firmly held and interesting opinions on both. This conversation illuminates how Alexander

UTR: Vanished

  Remember reading about Ichabod Crane, Amelia Earhart, and the Bermuda Triangle in school?  Did you ever learn about D.B. Cooper, John Wilkes Booth, or even Al Capone’s lost fortune?  If so,

Down the Rabbit Hole into History

Southern Gothic isn’t your typical history podcast. In fact, I’d argue there isn’t anything typical about it.  The idea behind it isn’t to just entertain or educate, but to completely enthrall you

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

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