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A History Podcast for everyone. Interviewing amateurs to academics, all talking passionately about their topic.

A History Podcast for everyone. Interviewing amateurs to academics, all talking passionately about their topic.
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A History Podcast for everyone. Interviewing amateurs to academics, all talking passionately about their topic.

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@historyeh

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English


Episodes

PETITPOD 4: Leif Erikson

10/9/2019
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In the United States, today is Leif Erikson Day. I know I am in Canada, but that is part of North America, and the Vikings definitely left their mark here too (including Leif!) "Leif was tall and strong and very impressive in appearance. He was a shrewd man and always moderate in his behavior." Follow Me Host: Rosie Social Media: Twitter @historyeh | Instagram @historyeh.podcast | Facebook @historyeh | Website www.historyeh.com Join me on the Blog for more in-depth information: Leif...

Duration:00:08:58

PETITPOD 3: Feast Day - Saint Francis of Assisi

10/4/2019
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This episode is about the beginning of Feast Day (today!) with Saint Francis of Assisi. He is the Patron Saint of animals, ecology, and merchants. According to Wolf : "Even secular scholars, bent on approaching the saint from a more detached historical perspective, have invariably, if inadvertently, left Francis on the pedestal where they found him". Join me in a small biography of Francis, from the beginning of his life in a well-respected family milieu to the extreme poverty he chose,...

Duration:00:10:28

1:5 Leonardo da Vinci with Emma Skrypchuk

10/2/2019
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Emma Skrypchuk joins me to talk about the great Renaissance man: Leonardo da Vinci. "There was no such thing as a ridiculous question for Leonardo da Vinci.... He would ask things, and he would also go searching for answers." Book Recommendations: (Non-Fiction) Leonardo da Vinci by Walter Isaacson | (Fiction) The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown Follow Me Host: Rosie Social Media: Twitter @historyeh | Instagram @historyeh.podcast | Facebook @historyeh | Website www.historyeh.com Join me...

Duration:00:43:34

PETITPOD 2: Franco-Ontarians (EN/FR)

9/25/2019
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Bonjour! On this day celebrated by Franco-Ontarians, this is a special bilingual PetitPod with a brief History, as well as short clips done by members of this community. "...c'est qui je suis...je suis fier de ma langue et de ma culture...c'est vraiment un privilège...j'ai un accent pas tout à fait comme les autres...il y a de la musique qui t'appartient..." Follow Me Host: Rosie Social Media: Twitter @historyeh | Instagram @historyeh.podcast | Facebook @historyeh | Website...

Duration:00:07:49

BONUS: Fallout Vaults with Quinn Blanchard

9/25/2019
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This episode is about Vaults in the video game Fallout. Quinn joins me again to discuss this important aspect in the game. Follow Me Host: Rosie Social Media: Twitter @historyeh | Instagram @historyeh.podcast | Facebook @historyeh | Website www.historyeh.com Join me on the Blog for more in-depth information: Fallout Video Game with Quinn Blanchard (+ Bonus) Follow the Guest Guest: Quinn Blanchard #History #HistoryEh #Podcast #HistoryPodcast #Fallout #FalloutVideo #Gaming #VideoGame...

Duration:00:13:12

1:4 Fallout Video Game with Quinn Blanchard

9/25/2019
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This is the first podcast episode about a video game! Quinn Blanchard was willing to share his vast knowledge on Fallout. "I like to compare it to reading a book. If I am playing Fallout, for example, I am still reading. But instead of sitting on a couch reading a story, I am creating my own story." Get ready for in-depth details, with no major spoilers, and dive into this video game set in a post nuclear war timeline. Book Recommendations: (Fiction) Wool by Hugh Howey Follow Me Host:...

Duration:00:52:08

BONUS: Linguistics, Literature, and Music with Dr. Hoi Cheu

9/20/2019
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Dr. Hoi Cheu joins me in an interview about linguistics of Mandarin, literature he has studied, and the music he enjoys. "In voting which would be the national language, Mandarin won by one vote....To be selfless and make an argument, I think it is the right thing. Cantonese is hell to learn. It has a much richer tonality difference, really really difficult for anybody to learn..." This is the first Bonus Episode, thank you for coming! Dr. Cheu discussed linguistics, literature, and...

Duration:00:17:41

1:3 China & Hong Kong with Dr. Hoi Cheu

9/20/2019
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Dr. Hoi Cheu joins me in an interview about China in general and Hong Kong in particular. "You can understand the frustration of the young people in Hong Kong now... It is [about] this hopeless and frustrated youth." This is the third episode, thank you for joining me here! Dr. Cheu gives critical theory insights on the ongoing events in Hong Kong. Book Recommendations: (Non-Fiction) A Documentary History of Hong Kong: Government and Politics by Steve Tsang | (Fiction) The Piano Teacher...

Duration:00:54:54

1:2 Champagne with Stephanie Piché

9/19/2019
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Stehanie Piché joins me to talk about Champagne, Sparkling Wine, and Historical Tidbits! "During World War Two…they were digging holes, they were putting them in old graves... Even to this day, [...] if you happen to inherit land, and it used to be a winery at one time, they are still finding wine that was hidden..." Welcome to the Second Episode! Thank you for joining me on this new adventure. Get comfy with your drink of choice, because this episode is filled to the brim! Book...

Duration:00:41:55

PETITPOD 1: Lews Castle

9/18/2019
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This is the first PetitPod Episode! Today we talk about Lews Castle. These are small recordings on a variety of topics, not in an interview style, but rather just me and a microphone. Groome describes the landscape as: "…so beautiful and well laid out that both gardens and grounds compare favourably with any in Scotland..." Welcome! This was a fun choice, as PetitPod episodes can be on any topic I choose to discuss. However, castles, cathedrals, and particularly anything medieval, always...

Duration:00:10:57

1:1 Charlie Chaplin & 16mm Film with Jerry Arbs

9/1/2019
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Jerry Arbs talks to us about Charlie Chaplin, his love of 16mm film, and so much more! “...the one thing I miss the most in theatres even in modern day: they don't have curtains that mechanically open anymore. The concept of a stage being turned into a screen [at a movie theatre], it was the one thing you waited for...” Welcome to my First Episode! I am very excited to have you join me in this new venture. Get comfy, because this episode is full of surprises! Book Recommendations:...

Duration:00:49:58

1:1 Charlie Chaplin with Jerry Arbs

8/30/2019
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Jerry Arbs talks to us about Charlie Chaplin, his love of 16mm film, and so much more! “...the one thing I miss the most in theatres even in modern day: they don't have curtains that mechanically open anymore. The concept of a stage being turned into a screen [at a movie theatre], it was the one thing you waited for...” Welcome to my First Episode! I am very excited to have you join me in this new venture. Get comfy, because this episode is full of surprises! Book Recommendations:...

Duration:00:49:58