Who would win podcast?
The #WhoWouldWin show is a geek and comedy podcast that focuses on a hypothetical match up between characters from the worlds of scifi, fantasy, and comic books.
Are there any history podcasts?
Backstory Backstory, a program from the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, is a history podcast made by actual historians, so you can count on it to be thorough and accurate. The hosts tell you the history your school might’ve missed, for instance, about the long, deep history of fake news in America.
What is stuff you missed in history class about?
The story of Madeline Pollard’s relationship with Congressman William C.P. Breckinridge became a national story when it went from a romance to a bitter and dirty court battle. To some, Madeline emerged as an icon of the women’s movement.
Is Stuff You Missed in History Class on Spotify?
Stuff You Missed in History Class | Podcast on Spotify.
Who would win podcast for kids?
Smash Boom Best is a debate show for kids and families from the makers of the award-winning podcast, Brains On! Every episode takes two cool things, smashes them together and lets you decide which is best.
Who would win cards?
In Who Would Win? two players each draw one character card, then turn up an event card. Each player then has 20 seconds to argue why his character would win whatever event is presented.
What are the top 10 history podcasts?
Best History Podcasts To Listen to Right Now
- You’re Dead to Me.
- Dan Snow’s History Hit.
- Revisionist History.
- Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History.
- Art History at Bedtime.
- The History Chicks.
Where can I find good history podcasts?
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- Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History. dancarlin.com. iTunes Spotify.
- You Must Remember This. You Must Remember This Podcast. iTunes Spotify.
- Slow Burn. Slate.com.
- Lore. Lore Podcast.
- Nice Try! Nice Try Podcast.
- Throughline. Throughline.
- BackStory. backstoryradio.org.
- Uncivil. Uncivil Podcast.
When did Stuff You Missed in History Class Start?
A boss who overheard them being snarky at a party suggested they join forces for a podcast. They took on the research-intensive History Class—originally launched as Fact or Fiction in 2008 and now one of a dozen Stuff shows—when the last of its many hosts moved on.
Who hosts Stuff You Missed in History Class?
‘Stuff You Missed in History Class’ co-host Holly Frey tells 5 D.C. stories you might have missed. Holly Frey and Tracy V. Wilson do a lot of cramming for history. The co-hosts of the popular podcast “Stuff You Missed in History Class” spend 16 to 30 hours prepping for each of their two weekly episodes.
What happened to How Stuff Works?
The website was acquired by Discovery Communications in 2007 but was sold to Blucora in 2014. The site has since expanded out into podcasting, focusing on factual topics. In December 2016, HowStuffWorks, LLC became a subsidiary of OpenMail, LLC, later renamed System1.
What are good 10 year old podcasts?
21 Entertaining Podcasts for Kids of All Ages
- The Sesame Street Podcast with Foley & Friends. Audible.
- Story Pirates. Story Pirates.
- The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel. The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel.
- Wow in the World. Wow in the World.
- Smash Boom Best. Smash Boom Best.
- Peace Out.
- Circle Round.