Everything Everywhere Daily
Everything Everywhere Daily
A Podcast for Intellectually Curious People! Learn something new every single day. Everything Everywhere Daily tells the stories of interesting people, places, and things from around the world and throughout history. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, history, science, geography, and culture.
Geography is Destiny
11/28/2022 • 12m
The Earth is highly imbalanced. Some countries have more resources than others. Some have natural harbors, and some are landlocked.Some consist primarily of deserts, and others have fertile farmland. Some countries are islands, and some border many other countries. These differences between countries result in each having a unique set of interests, desires, and abilities. This results in a system we know as geopolitics.Learn more about geopolitics and how geography has shaped the density of countries on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to...
Weather Forecasting
11/27/2022 • 14m
Almost every day, you might check the forecast to see what the temperature will be like in the near future or if it might rain.When you hear a forecast, how exactly do they know what the temperature will be or if it will rain? Also, just how accurate are weather forecasts, and how accurate could they possibly be?Learn more about weather forecasting, its history, and how it works on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes...
The Basques
11/26/2022 • 12m
Located in northcentral Spain live, one of the most unique people in all of Europe. They have a language that is literally like no other, and even their genetics are unlike the people around them. In addition, they have a unique culture, and a mysterious history and just may have visited the Americas before Columbus. Learn more about the Basque people and the Basque Country and what makes them so unique on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/Ever...
All About Black Friday (Encore)
11/25/2022 • 8m
The United States has created many cultural institutions which have spread around the world. People all over the Earth have enjoyed and benefited from rock and roll, Hollywood films, and the Internet. However, we’ve also created some things that have spread to other countries which, to be totally honest, are probably not our best look. Learn more about Black Friday, the surprising history of the term, and how it manifests around the world today on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily. Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.co...
Who Were the Pilgrims? (Encore)
11/24/2022 • 11m
If you are an American, you probably grew up hearing the story of Thanksgiving. How the pilgrims came to America to escape religious persecution to establish a new life.But who were the pilgrims really? Were they really persecuted? Why did they decide to cross the ocean? And how did they end up where they did?Learn more about the pilgrims and everything that happened before the first Thanksgiving on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes
The History of Thanksgiving (Encore)
11/23/2022 • 10m
On the fourth Thursday in November every year, Americans celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving. It is a holiday that originated in the Americas but has subsequently spread to many countries around the world. It is a holiday that is actually secular but with some religious overtones and has a unique set of traditions that aren’t really shared with any other holiday. Learn more about the history and traditions of Thanksgiving on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily. Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNo...
Ummm.....OK
11/22/2022 • 10m
If you ever want to travel around the world, even if you don’t know another language, no matter where you go there is already one word you know.It is the most ubiquitous word in the world, can be found in almost every language, and it has multiple meanings.The good news is that you know the word already, so it requires no extra effort.Learn more about the history of the word OK, the most common word in the world on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily....
The Greatest Buildings Never Built
11/21/2022 • 13m
The world has many amazing buildings. From the 2,000-year-old Pantheon in Rome to the gleaming new Burj Khalifa in Dubi, humanity has been reflected in its buildings. However, some of the greatest architectural concepts were buildings that were never built. Whether it was due to a lack of money, having ideas ahead of the technology to build it, or pure insanity, many of the greatest ideas for buildings were never constructed. Learn more about the greatest buildings that were never built and why they never saw the light of day on this episode of Everything Ev...
The FIFA World Cup
11/20/2022 • 14m
In 1872 the first international football match took place between England and Scotland. Since then, international football has been at the apex of world sport. Starting in 1930, a quadrennial competition has been held where the greatest national teams competed to determine the world champion.Learn more about the FIFA World Cup, its history, and the controversy surrounding it on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes--------------------------------Executive Producer: Darcy Ada...
The Gracchi Brothers
11/19/2022 • 13m
During the Roman Republic, two brothers took it upon themselves to seek to change Rome to benefit the poor and underclass.Needless to say, the Roman elites did not like this and did everything in their power to ensure it didn’t happen. …and the elites were successful.But in the process, they changed Roman history forever and put the Republic on a path to destruction. Learn more about the Gracchi Brothers and how they tried to change Roman society on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subs...
The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire (Encore)
11/18/2022 • 10m
On March 25, 1911, one of the deadliest industrial disasters in American history took place. In the middle of Manhattan, a fire broke out in a garment factory that killed 146 people. Most of the deaths were totally preventable, and the legacy of that incident had repercussions that still exist today.Learn more about the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire and its legacy, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes--------------------------------Executive Producer: Darcy Adams
Leap Seconds
11/17/2022 • 13m
Every few years, without any schedule or planning, officials at the International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service will add an extra second to the year. The reason why this is done does make sense, but adding an extra second to a year can cause a host of problems, and many are wondering if it is a practice that should be continued. Learn more about Leap Seconds, why they exist, when they happen, and if they should continue to exist on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Previous Episodes Referenced...
The Dieppe Raid
11/16/2022 • 11m
In 1942, Allied forces attempted a landing on the coast of France to gain a toe hold on the continent.Thousands of men took part in the landing…and it was a disaster. Over a thousand men were killed, and over 2,000 were captured. Despite being a massive failure, the lessons learned from that raid paved the way for the massive success of the invasion of Europe almost two years later.Learn more about the raid on Dieppe and how the lessons from the raid were used to make the invasion of Normandy a success on...
World Population Throughout History
11/15/2022 • 16m
Human beings have been around for hundreds of thousands of years. For the vast majority of that time, the total population of humans has been quite small. Then, quite suddenly, at least in the grand sweep of history, the population of humanity exploded. Now, it appears that humans might be on the cusp of a new era of demographics, the likes of which we haven’t experienced before.Learn more about the global population since the dawn of humanity and what is in store in the future on this episode of Everything Everywhere Dail...
The Lighthouse of Alexandria
11/14/2022 • 13m
When Alexander the Great died, one of his generals and best friends, Ptolemy, took Alexander’s corpse and went to Egypt to establish a new pharaonic dynasty.One of the things he did during his reign was to begin construction on what would become one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. It stood for over a thousand years and was unlike the world had ever seen.Learn more about the Lighthouse of Alexandria and what eventually happened to it on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Previous Episodes Referenced
The Last of the Romanovs
11/13/2022 • 15m
For over 300 years, the Romanov family ruled over the Russian Empire. After the Communist Revolution, Tsar Nicholas II abdicated the throne, and he and his family were placed under house arrest, where they ultimately met a grizzly fate.For decades after their deaths, the world wondered what happened to them until their bodies were discovered and identified 80 years later. Learn more about the fate of the last Russian Tsar and his family on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! htt...
Why Is The Sky Blue?
11/12/2022 • 9m
Children are highly inquisitive and are always asking questions.One of the most common questions that children have is, “why is the sky blue?” It is a simple and reasonable question, yet the answer is rather complicated, and most adults really aren’t sure why the sky is blue.Learn why the sky is blue and how to answer a child’s most common question on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes--------------------------------Execu...
The Isle of Man
11/11/2022 • 11m
Located between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland, in the middle of the Irish Sea, lies one of the oddest political jurisdictions in the world. It isn’t a country, nor is it a territory of another country. For the most part, it has autonomy over its affairs, yet it depends entirely on another country for its survival.It has an ancient history, once had its own language, and is probably the world center of motorcycle racing.Learn more about the Isle of Man, its history, and how it functions on this epi...
The Peace of Westphalia (Encore)
11/10/2022 • 12m
In 1648, Europe saw the end of two of the most horrific wars that had ever been seen on the continent up until that point. The treaties which ended these conflicts established an international order which overturned the system which had existed for centuries and established a new order which, in many respects, still exists today. Learn more about the Peace of Westphalia and how its legacy can still be felt 350 years later, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid...
A History of United States Midterm Elections
11/9/2022 • 10m
Every four years, Americans go to polling places where they do NOT decide who will be President of the United States. These elections usually aren’t given as much historical attention as presidential elections. Nonetheless, they can be extremely important and can influence a president’s agenda.Learn more about the history of midterm elections and how they have influenced US history on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Previous Episodes Referencedhttps://everything-everywhere.com/the-panic-of-1893/https://everything-everywhere.com/the-six-political-eras-in-american-history/Subscribe to th...
Punctuation Marks
11/8/2022 • 11m
There was a time when languages had no punctuation. Not only did they not have punctuation, but they also didn’t even have spaces between words, and in some cases, they didn’t even use vowels. It was extremely confusing if you were trying to read something, so eventually, people began inserting marks and characters into text to make it easier to read. Learn more about punctuation marks and how and why they were developed on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Previous Episodes Referenceshttps://everything-everywhere.com/the-hi...
When Exactly Did The Roman Empire Fall?
11/7/2022 • 14m
The Roman Empire was one of the greatest empires in the ancient world. In its wake are a host of languages based on Latin, as well as many cultural institutions which still exist.While the Roman Empire is gone, when exactly did it cease to exist? Learn more about exactly when the Roman empire fell and if such a thing even makes sense on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.--------------------------------Previous Episodes Referencedhttps://everything-everywhere.com/the-empire-that-never-existed/https://everything-everywhere.com/the-battle-of-yarmouk/https://ev...
Question and Answers: Volume 1
11/6/2022 • 13m
For over two years and 850 episodes, I have been providing you with daily podcasts on a wide assortment of topics. Now, for the first time, I’m letting you take over the show by answering whatever questions you might have had about anything and everything, including Everything Everywhere.Prepare to enjoy answers to questions provided by listeners of the show, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes--------------------------------Executive Producer: Darcy AdamsAs...
British Currency Decimalization
11/5/2022 • 13m
On February 15, 1971, the United Kingdom had a landmark day in its history. On that day, the country’s currency was changed after centuries of a currency system with very little change. It was a day that was years in the making.It wasn’t the currency that changed, however. Rather it was how the currency was divided. It was the change that changed. Learn more about Decimal Day and British Currency Decimalization on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/Ever...
Horses in World War II
11/4/2022 • 11m
Most people think of the second world war as being a mechanized war fought with tanks, planes, jeeps, and ships. This is true, it was certainly a mechanized war.However, there is a part of the war which is often overlooked—aspects of ancient warfare which played an important part in World War II. Learn more about horses in the second world war, their surprising numbers, and their important role in this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes
Alfred Wegener and Continental Drift (Encore)
11/3/2022 • 10m
In 1910, a German Earth scientist noticed something about the map of the world. South America seemed to fit into Africa. North America seemed to fit into northwest Africa and Europe. He proposed that the continents may at one time have been joined and subsequently moved. The scientific community laughed at him and rejected his idea.Learn more about Alfred Wegener and the theory of Continental Drift, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes...
Banned Techniques That Would Smash World Records in Track and Field
11/2/2022 • 13m
In 1968, American high jumper Dick Fosbury introduced a new way to compete in the high jump. His new technique worked so well that he won an Olympic gold medal, and within a few years, everyone used his method of high jumping.Fosbury’s innovation isn’t the only one in the track and field world. There have been several other technique innovations in other events, which have been shown dramatically improve performance.Learn about the track and field techniques which would smash world records (if they weren’t illegal) on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily...
The Presidential Line of Succession
11/1/2022 • 13m
Many movies and television shows have as their plot some disaster that eliminates the United States government. As a result, some low-level cabinet official becomes president, who then has to solve the crisis.How accurate is such a scenario? What really would happen if multiple members of the executive branch were incapacitated? Learn more about the Presidential Line of Succession, its history, and what would happen if the unthinkable were to occur on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com...
The Panic of 1893
10/31/2022 • 13m
It was the worst economic depression that the United States had ever seen. The stock market crashed. Thousands of businesses went bankrupt. The unemployment rate hit 20% There were soup lines and an army of homeless scattered throughout the country. It was not the Great Depression.Learn more about the Panic of 1893, the forgotten depression which realigned American politics, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes--------------------------------Executive Producer: Darcy AdamsA...
Vinland, Vikings, and Lactose Intolerance (Encore)
10/30/2022 • 10m
Despite what you might have been told, Christopher Columbus and his expedition were not the first Europeans to reach the Americas. Almost 500 years earlier, a small group of Norse settlers arrived on what is today the Island of Newfoundland. Yet, their presence on the continent was short-lived and no one ever came after them. Learn more about how Vinland, Vikings, and lactose intolerance might have shaped history, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes...
Philip II of Spain
10/29/2022 • 13m
Philip II of Spain was one of European history’s most important yet underrated monarchs. He had more titles and kingships than almost anyone and was behind some of the biggest events in the history of several European countries. On top of all of that, he also reigned over one of the largest empires in world history. Learn more about Philip II and the incredible events surrounding his life on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNo...
The Maldives
10/28/2022 • 12m
Located just southwest of the southern tip of India lies one of the only countries in the world consisting soely of coral atolls. Unlike similar countries which are in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, this country has a location and proximity which has given it a unique history.It also faces a unique set of problems given geography and geology. Learn more about the Maldives, its past, present, and future, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/Eve...
Operation Felix
10/27/2022 • 13m
Early in the second world war, the Germans found themselves with a metaphorical pebble in their shoe. The pebble was actually a rather large rock that happened to guard the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea. Unfortunately for them, it happened to be controlled by the British.If they could remove the British, they could solve their problem and maybe do something for Hitler’s friend, Francisco Franco. Learn more about Operation Felix, the planned German invasion of Gibraltar via Spain, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to t...
The History of Recorded Sound
10/26/2022 • 16m
One of the landmark inventions in human history was the ability to record sound. This technology allowed music to go from something only appreciated by a small number of people to something which could be enjoyed by millions. It also allowed people to speak to others across vast distances and eventually led to a thing called podcasting.Learn more about the history of recorded sound and how we went from wax cylinders to mp3s on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! htt...
The 13th Amendment
10/25/2022 • 12m
The American Civil War wasn’t just a military conflict. There was also a major political and legal conflict struggle that took place alongside the military campaigns. In the last months of the war, President Abraham Lincoln knew that if the war was to truly be the end of the conflict, it was necessary to ban slavery once and for all. That would require changing the constitution.Learn more about the 13th Amendment and the battle for its ratification on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the...
Cricket for Dummies......and Americans
10/24/2022 • 14m
Cricket is the world's second most popular spectator sport, behind association football or soccer. However, it is played almost nowhere outside of former British Colonies.It is a game that can be confusing to those who are uninitiated and, if played in its traditional manner, can take an extremely long time to complete.  Learn more about Cricket, how the game developed and how it is played today on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes...
The Battle of Milvian Bridge
10/23/2022 • 14m
In the year 312, two claimants to the Roman imperial throne met outside the walls of Rome near a bridge that crossed the Tiber River. The subsequent battle that followed was not that different from many other Roman battles which had been fought over the centuries. However, the implications of that battle have long-reaching ramifications that have shaped the world for the past 1700 years. Learn more about the Battle of Milvian Bridge and how it changed the world on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! 
All About Wind Power
10/22/2022 • 14m
For thousands of years, humans have been using the power of the wind to do useful work.At first, the wind was just used for sailing ships, but eventually, the wind's power was harnessed for mundane tasks like milling grain and pumping water. Unlike many ancient energy sources, wind power is still used today, and it has become a major source of electrical generation.Learn more about how humans conquered the wind and made it useful on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! ...
The Nubian Civilization and the Kingdom of Kush
10/21/2022 • 12m
Most people are familiar with the ancient Egyptian civilization, which arose along the banks of the Nile River. However, the Egyptians were not the only major civilization that existed on the Nile. Just south of Egypt was a culture that was very similar yet very different, who was Egypt’s sometimes enemies, sometimes trade partners, sometime overlords, and sometimes subjects.Learn more about the Nubian Civilization and the Kingdom of Kush on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/Everyt...
The Year Without A Summer (Encore)
10/20/2022 • 10m
In 1816, the world experienced something that it had never seen before. All over the Northern Hemisphere in Europe, Asia, and North America, summer never came.…or at least it didn’t in any way which it did before. It caused chaos and misery all around the world. Learn more about 1816, the year without a summer, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes--------------------------------Executive Producer: Darcy AdamsAssociate Producers: Peter B...
Vitamins
10/19/2022 • 13m
For thousands of years, humans knew that certain foods could treat certain ailments. However, why or how the foods did this was totally unknown. It wasn’t until the early 20th century that researchers discovered exactly what chemicals were in food that prevented and cured many diseases. Today, that knowledge has led to an entire industry dedicated to providing and supplementing nutrients. Learn more about vitamins, what they are, how they were discovered, and what happens if you lack them in your diet on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily....
Castle Engineering 101
10/18/2022 • 14m
Centuries ago, if you were a ruler, you needed to protect yourself and your realm. You’d obviously need an army and soldiers, but you would also need some sort of defensive fortification to protect yourself from attack. The solution to this problem in the middle ages was the development of massive structures which could resist direct attack and often served as a seat of administration for a region. Over the centuries, the thought and engineering which went into these structures became one of the era's highlights. Learn more about medieval castles and fortif...
SETI: The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
10/17/2022 • 12m
For thousands of years, humans have looked up at the night sky and wondered, “are we alone?”For the longest time, it remained nothing more than a philosophical question, but in the 20th century, some researchers thought it was time to finally start looking. One of the big questions was how do you look for something that you don’t know exists, and if it does, you don’t know where it is?Learn more about SETI, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscri...
John Snow and the Broad Street Cholera Outbreak of 1854
10/16/2022 • 11m
In 1854 an unusually severe outbreak of cholera occurred in London. While cholera was not an uncommon disease, physicians at the time weren’t sure what caused it. This time, one doctor took a completely different approach, stopping the epidemic and ushering in a new field of medicine.Learn more about John Snow and the Broad Street cholera outbreak of 1854 on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes--------------------------------Executive Producer: Darcy Adams...
Rapa Nui (Easter Island)
10/15/2022 • 12m
Located in the South Pacific Ocean is one of the most isolated islands in the world. It is over a thousand miles from the nearest human settlement.There a civilization unlike any other in the world arose and ultimately fell. While the story of the island didn’t end with the fall of that civilization, the physical remains of that society have endured and have fascinated people for centuries. Learn more about Rapa Nui, aka Easter Island, and the civilization and people who lived there on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.
High Fructose Corn Syrup
10/14/2022 • 11m
In 1957, two chemists at the Clinton Corn Processing Company of Clinton, Iowa, developed a system for converting the sucrose found in corn starch into fructose. Over 60 years later, the product they created can be found in a dizzying array of food products worldwide.Learn more about High Fructose Corn Syrup, how it is made, how it is used, and the controversy surrounding it on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes--------------------------------Executive Producer: Da...
The Vasa (Encore)
10/13/2022 • 11m
The Swedish King Gustavus Adolphus oversaw the rise of Sweden as one of the great powers in Europe.In 1626, he ordered the construction of a warship that would be the most powerful floating platform in Northern Europe. Its maiden voyage in 1628 was one of the most memorable of any ship in history. Learn more about the Vasa, its incredible maiden voyage, and its status today, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes--------------------------------
The Terrible, Horrible Voyage of the Russian Imperial Baltic Fleet
10/12/2022 • 12m
In February 1904, the Russian Empire found itself at war with the Empire of Japan over what was the territory of China. The problem was the majority of the Russian navy was located in the Baltic Sea, and the war was in Asia. They were sent on an incredibly long voyage to get the ships into battle.Learn more about the disastrous voyage of the Imperial Russian Fleet and how it helped change the course of Russian history on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! 
The Electromagnetic Spectrum
10/11/2022 • 16m
All around you, right this second, you are surrounded by electromagnetic radiation. You might better know this by names such as light, radio waves, microwaves, x-rays, or ultraviolet rays. Fundamentally, they are all variations of the same phenomenon and are all part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Learn more about the electromagnetic spectrum and how different wavelengths can behave very differently on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes--------------------------------Executive Producer: Darcy Adam...
The League of Nations
10/10/2022 • 15m
The first world war, known simply as the Great War at that time, was the most horrific war the world had ever seen. When the conflict ended, there was an effort to make sure that such a thing never happened again. To that end, a deliberative body was created where nations could come together to debate and discuss matters before plunging, once again, into war. While having some success, this deliberative body ultimately failed at its stated goal of avoiding another world war.Learn more about the League of Nations and why it fa...
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When Exactly Did The Roman Empire Fall?
@taylorjohnson2792
111 sats
13 Nov
The Peace of Westphalia (Encore)
@petar
1,000 sats
12 Nov
Why Is The Sky Blue?
🟦🟦🟦🟦🟦🟦🟦
@petar
1,000 sats
12 Nov
The Isle of Man
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@andyboehley
100 sats
11 Nov
The Peace of Westphalia (Encore)
@benjaminanderson
100 sats
11 Nov
The Isle of Man
@gerard13
100 sats
11 Nov
The Peace of Westphalia (Encore)
@joelw
100 sats
10 Nov
Punctuation Marks
@petar
1,000 sats
10 Nov
The Peace of Westphalia (Encore)
@drchuckles
100 sats
10 Nov
The Peace of Westphalia (Encore)
@taylorjohnson2792
111 sats
10 Nov
Punctuation Marks
@gimp
100 sats
9 Nov
A History of United States Midterm Elections
@petar
1,000 sats
9 Nov
Question and Answers: Volume 1
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@petar
1,000 sats
9 Nov
Punctuation Marks
‼️❓❔❓❕❗⁉️
@petar
1,000 sats
9 Nov
When Exactly Did The Roman Empire Fall?
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@petar
1,000 sats
9 Nov
A History of United States Midterm Elections
@pninja
251 sats
8 Nov
Banned Techniques That Would Smash World Records in Track and Field
I enjoy clever competitive techniques, so this episode was fascinating!
@joelw
100 sats
8 Nov
When Exactly Did The Roman Empire Fall?
@carly
100 sats
7 Nov
Question and Answers: Volume 1
@taylorjohnson2792
111 sats
7 Nov
Question and Answers: Volume 1
@joelw
100 sats
6 Nov
Alfred Wegener and Continental Drift (Encore)
@btcphoto
300 sats
6 Nov
British Currency Decimalization
very informative 👏
@petar
1,000 sats
5 Nov
British Currency Decimalization
💷💵
@petar
1,000 sats
5 Nov
Alfred Wegener and Continental Drift (Encore)
🌍
@petar
1,000 sats
5 Nov
Horses in World War II
🏇
@unitofacc
100 sats
5 Nov
British Currency Decimalization
Great episode mate, from the UK!
@fbutterknuckles
100 sats
5 Nov
British Currency Decimalization
@petar
1,000 sats
2 Nov
Banned Techniques That Would Smash World Records in Track and Field
🏃‍↙️🏃‍♂️
@walterpinkman
100 sats
2 Nov
The Presidential Line of Succession
Your podcasts are a great way to learn. It has come into my daily morning podcasts list. Thankyou for bringing these to us.
@taylorjohnson2792
111 sats
1 Nov
The Presidential Line of Succession
@taylorjohnson2792
111 sats
1 Nov
The Panic of 1893
@taylorjohnson2792
111 sats
1 Nov
The Panic of 1893
@petar
1,000 sats
1 Nov
The Presidential Line of Succession
@petar
1,000 sats
1 Nov
The Presidential Line of Succession
@onedooroff
100 sats
1 Nov
The Panic of 1893
dog the show! cheers
@petar
1,000 sats
31 Oct
The Panic of 1893
@petar
1,000 sats
31 Oct
Vinland, Vikings, and Lactose Intolerance (Encore)
@joelw
100 sats
31 Oct
Vinland, Vikings, and Lactose Intolerance (Encore)
@joelw
100 sats
31 Oct
Philip II of Spain
@taylorjohnson2792
111 sats
30 Oct
Vinland, Vikings, and Lactose Intolerance (Encore)
@user7093047703998662
50 sats
29 Oct
Philip II of Spain
@petar
1,000 sats
29 Oct
Philip II of Spain
🤴
@petar
1,000 sats
29 Oct
The Maldives
🏝️
@petar
1,000 sats
29 Oct
Operation Felix
@taylorjohnson2792
111 sats
28 Oct
The Maldives
@taylorjohnson2792
111 sats
27 Oct
Operation Felix
@andyboehley
100 sats
27 Oct
Rapa Nui (Easter Island)
@petar
1,000 sats
27 Oct
How The United States Congress Came to Be
MC 🔨 MC
@petar
1,000 sats
27 Oct
How Barbed Wire Shaped the West and the World
🏝️
@petar
1,000 sats
27 Oct
The Kidnapping of Charley Ross
☠️☠️🍬🍬☠️☠️
@petar
1,000 sats
27 Oct
High Fructose Corn Syrup
🍭🍬🍫🌽🌽🌽
@petar
1,000 sats
27 Oct
SETI: The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
👽📡
@petar
1,000 sats
27 Oct
The History of Recorded Sound
🎵🎼🎶🎙️🎛️📻
@thedesignflaw
100 sats
26 Oct
The History of Recorded Sound
@petar
1,000 sats
26 Oct
The 13th Amendment