Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Today we have an interview with a former colleague of mine, Mark Johnson. Mark has just purchased land to develop into a retreat for veterans in Sparta, Tennessee. Where there is a will there is a way! Featured Event: SelfRelianceFestival.com Sponsor 1: Strong Roots Resources, StrongRootsResources.com Sponsor 2: Freesteading.com Show Resources LibertyOakOasis.com Facebook.com/LibertyOakOasis @LibertyOakOasis -- Insta email@example.com Main content of the show Former interwebs political consultant. Photographer. Historian at heart. Nine year Army National Guard Veteran. Former Blog Talk Radio host covering Illinois Politics. Married to Vicki who is a nurse of 33 years. Proud West Highland White Terrier Owner: Named Willow. Relocating to TN to escape Illinois and create a retreat space for Veterans and Ministry leaders struggling with life issues. Make it a great week GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce. Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link
In this episode, we interview Historian, Journalist & New York Times bestselling Author Evan Thomas about his brand new book, Road to Surrender: Three Men and the Countdown to the End of World War.Road to Surrender is a riveting, immersive account of the agonizing decision to use nuclear weapons against Japan. To bring these critical events to vivid life Evan Thomas draws on the diaries and correspondence of three key players - Stimson (American Secretary of War), Togo (Japanese Foreign Minister) and Spaatz (head of strategic bombing in the Pacific). He lays out the behind-the-scenes thoughts, feelings, motivations, and decision-making of three people who changed history. Through rare access to diaries and personal discussions we have insight into the moral dilemmas faced on both sides and how the key political decision makers grappled with these impossibly difficult decisions and contemplated the immense weight of their historic decision.“In this meticulously crafted and vivid account, Evan Thomas tells the gripping and terrifying story of the last days of the Second World War in the Pacific” - Margaret MacMillan, author of War: How Conflict Shaped Us.Check out the book here on Amazon.
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The Grave Talks | Haunted, Paranormal & Supernatural
Dann and Richard Allen started the nonprofit, Saving the Old Properties to instill an appreciation of history through the acquisition, restoration, and preservation of endangered historical buildings with architectural significance in the State of Indiana before they are destroyed by time or developers. Many of these buildings remain occupied by their previous inhabitants, ghosts. Not only do they offer historical tours in several of their properties, but they are also open for paranormal investigations. In this episode, we'll continue our conversation about the properties and hauntings with Richard Allen with Saving the Old Properties, Kate Thornberg, General Manager, and Ted Martin, Historian. For more information on Saving the Old Properties, visit savingtheoldproperties.com For more information on paranormal investigations, visit hauntedrandolphcounty.com Become a GRAVE KEEPER and get access to ALL of our EPISODES - AD FREE, BONUS EPISODES & ADVANCE EPISODES!!! Sign up through Apple Podcast Channel or Patreon. Sign up through Apple Podcasts or Patreon
President Biden travels to Hiroshima this week for a meeting of the G-7. While there, he plans to acknowledge the devastation wrought by the atomic bomb dropped on the city by U.S. forces, but the White House says he does not plan to make any apologies for America's actions during World War II. Though 78 years have passed since the United States unleashed the power of the atomic bomb on Japan, the weapon continues to cast a shadow over geopolitics. And questions linger as to whether the call to bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki was the right one. Could the war have ended without the use of these nuclear weapons? Could the U.S. have merely tested the bomb on a desert island as a show of force? And was it necessary to drop the second bomb on Nagasaki? Historian and author Evan Thomas explores these questions in a new book titled, “The Road to Surrender.” In it, Thomas goes back in time to tell the story of the leaders grappling with the “morally fraught decisions” about whether to use their new weapon of mass destruction, and how to put an end to a brutal war.
The Grave Talks | Haunted, Paranormal & Supernatural
Dann and Richard Allen started the nonprofit, Saving the Old Properties to instill an appreciation of history through the acquisition, restoration, and preservation of endangered historical buildings with architectural significance in the State of Indiana before they are destroyed by time or developers. Many of these buildings remain occupied by their previous inhabitants, ghosts. Not only do they offer historical tours in several of their properties, but they are also open for paranormal investigations. In this episode, we'll discuss the properties and hauntings with Richard Allen with Saving the Old Properties, Kate Thornberg, General Manager, and Ted Martin, Historian. For more information on Saving the Old Properties, visit savingtheoldproperties.com For more information on paranormal investigations, visit hauntedrandolphcounty.com Become a GRAVE KEEPER and get access to ALL of our EPISODES - AD FREE, BONUS EPISODES & ADVANCE EPISODES!!! Sign up through Apple Podcast Channel or Patreon. Sign up through Apple Podcasts or Patreon
The story of Galileo has long been cited as evidence the Catholic Church is inherently opposed to scientific research. But in fact, astronomy has been built into the history of the Catholic Church – sometimes built literally into the churches themselves. Guests Guy Consolmagno, Director of the Vatican Observatory Ann Blair, Harvard Professor of History John Heilbron, Historian of Science Emeritus, University of Berkeley Stephen Barr, Professor Emeritus of Physics at the University of Delaware Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
One Life One Chance with Toby Morse
In this episode Toby, along with Hakim Tafari and Shapel Lacey, sit down with producer/A&R/hip hop historian Dante Ross! In this special episode Dante shares his history and iconic role in hip hop along with some story gems! You can catch him on instagram @danteross Please remember to rate, review and subscribe and visit us at https://www.youtube.com/tobymorseonelifeonechance Please visit our sponsors! Athletic Greens https://athleticgreens.com/oloc Caddis https://caddislife.com/toby10 Removery https://removery.com code TOBYH2O Liquid Death https://liquiddeath.com/toby
Who's going to win in 2024? We have the first prediction from a major historian, and let's just say, according to him, 2024 is going to be a year like no other! Highlights: ● “The Scottish American historian Niall Ferguson has come out and predicted that President Trump will indeed most likely win it all in 2024!” ● “No president in the last hundred years has been successfully reelected if a recession has occurred in the two years before the presidential election. This is why the Biden White House is panicking.” Timestamps: [01:06] What the major historian predicted for 2024 [03:55] Trump's prospects for winning the Republican nomination [05:15] Predictions on Biden Resources: ● Learn how to protect your life savings from inflation and an irresponsible government, with Gold and Silver. Go to http://www.turleytalkslikesgold.com/ ● Ep. 1605 5 Biggest Moments of Trump CNN Townhall!!! ● Get your book published this year! Yes, you can write your book in weeks--not years--without feeling overwhelmed or dealing with woke publishers or censorship. www.publishandgo.com/turley ● HE'LL BE BACK! Get your limited edition TRUMPINATOR 2024 Bobblehead HERE: https://www.proudpatriots.us/3LPDKC/4QJ4X5/ ● Get Over 66% OFF All of Mike Lindell's Products using code TURLEY: https://www.mypillow.com/turley ● Ep. 1605 5 Biggest Moments of Trump CNN Townhall!!! ● Join Dr. Steve for an unedited, uncensored extended analysis of current events in his Insiders Club at https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/ Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review. Sick and tired of Big Tech, censorship, and endless propaganda? Join my Insiders Club with a FREE TRIAL today at: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com Make sure to FOLLOW me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrTurleyTalks BOLDLY stand up for TRUTH in Turley Merch! Browse our new designs right now at: https://store.turleytalks.com/ Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture! If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
Frank Morano interviews Dr. Geoffrey Roberts, historian, biographer, political commentator and author, whose latest book is “ Stalin's Library: A Dictator and His Books” about why Putin went to war. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Amity Shlaes—Historian and Author of “Coolidge”, “The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression”, and “Great Society: A New History”—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss her recent Wall Street Journal editorial, “The Gilded Age Myth, Then and Now.” In the piece, Shales argues: “Everything old is new again, and blaming the rich for America's woes is no exception. The rise of progressivism before the turn of the 20th century was fueled by the perception that “robber barons” of industry and finance had earned their fortunes from their monopoly power that allowed them to exploit the poor and middle class… That thinking has re-emerged in the Democratic Party today, though this time it has its sights set on our economy's tech giants… The wealth created by industrialization, modern finance and communication has reduced poverty, elevated material well-being and promoted general prosperity. Economic growth isn't a zero-sum game.” You can read the full editorial here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-gilded-age-myth-then-and-now-income-inequality-progressive-movement-economic-output-507dbc69?mod=opinion_lead_pos5
For 20 years, I've felt like Molly Worthen and I have lived parallel lives. We graduated college the same year. We wrote for some of the same publications, on some of the same subjects. But I chose to head into church ministry, while she settled into the academy and earned her PhD from Yale.Molly is associate professor of history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. You may have read her work in The New York Times, Slate, or Christianity Today.She is perhaps best known for her award-winning book, Apostles of Reason: The Crisis of Authority in American Evangelicalism (Oxford University Press, 2014.) In that book, Molly wrote that evangelicals “craved an intellectual authority that would quiet disagreement and dictate and plan for fixing everything that seemed broken with the world. They did not find it, and are still looking.”In his critical review for The Gospel Coalition, Al Mohler wrote, “This is a book to be reckoned with. In terms of its comprehensive grasp of the evangelical movement, its detailed research, and its serious approach to understanding the evangelical mind, Apostles of Reason stands nearly alone in the larger world of academic publishing. Any serious-minded evangelical should read it.” He also described the book as infuriating and described Molly's work as sometimes snarky toward evangelicals.Well, much has changed in a decade. Molly joined me on Gospelbound to discuss her scholarship, as well as her experience in the church and academy.
Go about your day with a little bit of trolling but mostly love, because we're back for a very special De Mol België Season 11 episode, as your inherently imperfect host Michael attends the finale at Kinepolis in Antwerp, guides you through the experience of a press screening and interviews Gilles and the newest Mole! In this episode - Michael rights a wrong, there's a realisation about the downside of doing so many Historians seasons, Gilles compliments the set-up, we answer the Russia question, Gilles reveals the secrets of producing such a great version, we've been talked about, the future of the show is confirmed, the Mole reveals all and Michael walks around hiding a secret. Thank you so much to Gilles, Lies & everyone at Play4 for inviting us again - we'll be back on Thursday to recap the finale proper! Please note: This episode is intended on being spoiler-free, but references to any season we have already covered (WIDM 10, 14, 17-23 and Renaissance; België 4-10) may be made. Social Media: Facebook Twitter Michael Instagram YouTube Patreon
On the May 8 edition of A's Cast Live, our weekly all baseball talk show Monday through Friday, Chris Townsend reflected on and celebrated the life of A's Hall of Famer Vida Blue. He was joined by Rollie Fingers (5:35), A's Hall of Famer, Joe Rudi (17:45), Bay Area Radio Hall of Famer, Marty Lurie (32:40), A's Historian, David Feldman (1:03:00), A's Hall of Famer, Dave Stewart (1:26:50) and replayed his interview with Vida Blue from the 1973 World Series Reunion (2:06:25) To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This episode of our podcast features a conversation with historian R.J.M. Blackett about the 19th century newspaper editor, Congregational minister, and temperance advocate Samuel Ringgold Ward. Despite Ward's prominent role in the abolitionist movement, his story has been lost because of the decades he spent in exile. In Samuel Ringgold Ward: A Life of Struggle, … Continue reading Historian of Abolition R. J. M. Blackett on Samuel Ringgold Ward →
Historian Joe Ziemba Shares Stories of Some Pieces of his Chicago Cardinals Memorabilia Collection. The History comes to life when you see period pieces from when Chicago had two NFL teams.Historian, author, podcaster...you get it he is the Superman of Football history! Chicago sports is his main area of expertise, especially the Cardinals Join us at the Pigskin Dispatch website and the Sports Jersey Dispatch to see even more Positive football news! Sign up to get daily football history headlines in your email inbox @ Email-subscriberMiss our football by the day of the year podcasts, well don't, because they can still be found at the Pigskin Dispatch website.
In today's episode, during listener Q&A, Stacy and Daniel discuss which inspection professionals to call during the old home buying process. And later, Georgia-based preservationist Caitlin Mee kicks off National Historic Preservation Month on True Tales From Old Houses. Caitlin, also known as The Preservation Peach on Instagram, shares her path to the academic side of preservation. She also explains her passion for moving the focus away from big fancy houses in favor of celebrating the architectural relevance of modest historic homes and the cultural contributions of the people who lived there then and now. To request a transcript of this episode, please reach out via the contact page. WE LOVE OUR SPONSORS The Craftsman Store - Another excellent resource from Scott Sidler of The Craftsman Blog. The Craftsman Store is a cozy online hardware store full of books, tools, and supplies. For 10% off, use the coupon code truetales. Sutherland Welles - Maker of exceptional polymerized tung oil finishes since 1965. To save 10% on your first order, use the coupon code truetales. Preservan - A unique preservation franchise opportunity developed by long-time window restoration pro, Ty McBride - Learn more about becoming a part of the Preservan family and mission: PreservanFranchise.com/truetales. Abatron: A division of U-C Coatings - Abatron manufactures two of Stacy's favorite products, LiquidWood, and WoodEpox. From now until May 19, use the coupon code FIX10 at Abatron.com for 10% off your order.
Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, was a soldier, statesman, and prominent political figure who served the United Kingdom twice as Prime Minister. He is known to many as a successful defensive general, but what about when he was on the offensive? In this episode, we explore the life, career, and death of Wellington. James is once again accompanied by Historian and presenter Zack White as they delve into the complex life of Wellington - debunking myths, exploring his life, legacy, and controversies.First published September 2021For more Warfare content, subscribe to our Warfare newsletter here.If you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! To download, go to Android or Apple store.First published September 24th, 2021 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Frank interviews Sally Hoedel, lifelong Elvis fan, Elvis historian and author of the book “Destined to Die Youg”about how Elvis really died and Lisa Marie Presley death. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
HorrorAddicts.net Season 18 Manor of Frights, Episode# 220 Horror Hostess: Emerian Rich Intro Music by: Valentine Wolfe ************************************ 220 | Lesley Warren | In a Darkened Room | Bad Babies http://traffic.libsyn.com/horroraddicts/HorrorAddicts220.mp3 Find all articles and interviews at: http://www.horroraddicts.net 178 days till Halloween Theme: #BadBabies #ManorofFrights Music: “Walls of Sadness” #InaDarkenedRoom https://youtu.be/X8UuE63jhC8 Catchup: #DrivingHell #ChildhoodTrauma Historian of Horror: #MarkOrr #MidwichCuckoos #VilliageoftheDamned #EvilChildren Dead Mail: #HorrorFan ROBIN: #NightsKnights https://nightsknights.wordpress.com/1-nights-knights MICHAEL: #SevenSpires #LiveMusic https://youtu.be/RQ2tnghxgMQ SUMIKO: 1. We're Here: An Anthology of LGBTQ Horror https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BZWT7JKS 2. In Trouble https://www.amazon.com/Trouble-F-Schraeder/dp/1949054497 3. Couple's Therapy (Blerdrotica 2) https://www.amazon.com/Couples-Therapy-Blerdrotica-Penelope-Flynn/dp/B0BQDWP6LV/ 4. It Came from the Closet: Queer Reflections on Horror https://www.amazon.com/Came-Closet-Queer-Reflections-Horror-ebook/dp/B09QPK1ZTZ Write in re: ideas, questions, opinions, horror cartoons, favorite movies, etc… Also, send show theme ideas! firstname.lastname@example.org Nightmare Fuel: #DJPitsiladis #WaterBabies NEWS: #CliffandIvy “Die Tonight” #AlaskaGoth https://youtu.be/Z4i617ZSD64 #BookReview #KeeningCounty #SeanOConnor #LionelRayGreen #Bigfoot #DevilontheMountain #MarkOrr #TheGhouls #JesseOrr #ShadowsLove2 #RLMerrill #InaDarkenedRoom #KieranJudge #MurderousMothers #RussellHolbrook #BabyFever #JSOConnor #SpookyLocations #BeastofBrayRoad #HorrorCurated #BloodyTea #TheBloodyDeadofNight #Mark Orr #TrinityAdler #Poem #TheOffering #Events #BayCon Jun-July 2023 #RobertPicardo #StarTrekVoyager http://www.baycon.org ~~End of News~~ Feat Author: #LesleyWarren #ByeBabyBunting Read by #EmerianRich and #RishOutfield ------------------------------------- Write in re: ideas, questions, opinions, horror cartoons, favorite movies, etc… Also, send show theme ideas! email@example.com h o s t e s s Emerian Rich b l o g e d i t o r Kate Nox r e v i e w c o o r d i n a t o r Daphne Strasert s t a f f Jesse Orr, Lionel Green, Kieran Judge, Crystal Connor, Nightshade, R.L. Merrill, Mark Orr, DJ Pitsiladis, Russell Holbrook, Renata Pavrey, CM “Spookas” Lucas, JS O'Connor, Megan Starrak. Want to be a part of the HA staff? Email firstname.lastname@example.org b l o g / c o n t a c t / s h o w . n o t e s http://www.horroraddicts.net the belfry app https://www.thebelfry.rip I♥radio https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-horroraddictsnet-30940547/ stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/horroraddictsnet spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0DtgSwv2Eh6aTepQi7ZWdv audible https://www.amazon.com/HorrorAddicts-net/dp/B08JJRM4NM overcast https://overcast.fm/itunes286123050/horroraddicts-net podcast republic https://www.podcastrepublic.net/podcast/286123050 himalaya https://www.himalaya.com/en/show/501228 rss http://horroraddicts.libsyn.com/rss YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4E9vnOzVkdRNLnL2QWVk3w Instagram https://www.instagram.com/horroraddicts.netpress/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/horroraddicts.net Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/208379245861499
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Will May 6th be the last time we see a traditional royal coronation in the UK? Is public sentiment towards the monarchy changing? How might future coronations be different? Historians and experts Dr George Gross of King's College London, Dr Alice Hunt of the University of Southampton and Dr Edward Owens discuss the prospect of future coronations, surviving traditions, and changing attitudes towards the monarchy. In this episode:How might Prince William's coronation and other future ceremonies be different?How the sentiment behind coronations has changed since the 20th centuryRoyalists versus the general public: are people's opinions of the royal family changing?The British royal family's role in providing ‘stability' Can this form of royal tradition last?Follow us on Twitter #TheLeaderPodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
World leaders have been arriving in London ahead of tomorrow's coronation. Historians Gareth Russell, Tessa Dunlop and Professor Marie Coleman explain how the changes in the Coronation of King Charles reflect altered times and the preferences of a new monarch.
Dr. Nick Willborn talks about the Presbyterian/Fundamentalist-Modernist controversy (in which J. Greshan Machen played so great a part) and some of the major figures and events of the era. This is part 2 of 6 weekly installments in a series of Machen lectures from Covenant Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Oak Ridge, TN.
Frank interviews Richard Dolan, one of the world's leading UFO researchers, historians, and publishers, and has written four groundbreaking books. These include two volumes of history, UFOs and the National Security State and a book that explores what the world will be like after disclosure. They discuss the role of the military industrial complex in UFO encounters. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Kaya Sahin about Sultan Süleyman and the Ottoman Empire. They provide an overview of the Ottoman Empire and how Süleyman was a critical leader, his upbringing, succession, and spreading the boundaries of the Empire. They also talk about the importance of the Grand Vizier, conflicts with the Hungarians and Hapsburgs, his legacy, and many more topics. Kaya Sahin is a Historian and Associate Professor of History at Indiana University, Bloomington. His major research areas are focused with the early Ottoman Empire and the spread of governance, religion, and political and economic challenges. He has written a handful of books including the most recent, Peerless Among Princes. You can find his work here. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit convergingdialogues.substack.com
Suppress the pie in the episode, because we're back for De Mol België Season 11 - and its visit (which we can take partial credit for) to Arizona! Over these nine weeks, two guys who treat all listeners with grasshopper hats - Michael & Logan - are recapping and breaking down everything that happens as we try and work out who to get matching tattoos with, continuing with the seventh episode and elimination of international sweetheart, Ruben! In this episode - we try and put a positive spin on Logan not being able to come to the finale, Michael reveals his first reaction, we apologise to YouTube (but not the trolls), vindication has happened, we take advantage of the English, a potential sponsor is found, Logan tries to make a naughty reference, there's an actual genuine sort of announcement about Historians, tongue twisters are attempted (and butchered), no-one kisses Lancelot's balls, no-one uses matches anymore, we praise the way the group exemption was handled, there are the latest updates to our Pool and First Suspicions, someone might be hate-playing, our final suspicions are locked in and we worry that België Lore might have been broken again. You can play along with the final week of this season of the Bother's Bar Suspect List here. We will see you on Tuesday for Diary of a Mole (Finale) II and Thursday for the finale! Please note: This episode is intended on being spoiler-free, but references to any season we have already covered (WIDM 10, 14, 17-23 and Renaissance; België 4-10) may be made. This episode also - during our final section - contains references to US Mole Seasons 2 & 5. Additional note: Now Logan's lost his last team member, what else do we have to compete for? Social Media: Facebook Twitter Michael Logan Instagram YouTube Patreon
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TalkTV International Editor Isabel Oakeshott kicks off todays show to discuss the morning's headlines as we edge ever closer to the King's Coronation, TalkTV's Royal Correspondent Rupert Bell joins shortly after live from Westminster Abbey to get the latest on the preparations being made for the big day in the capital this weekend. Former British Army Officer Sir Simon Mayall KBE returns to The Independent Republic to discuss the coronation further as well as the developing story after explosions have been heard in Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities, a day after Russia accused Ukraine of carrying out a drone attack on the Kremlin. Royal Pageant master Bruno Peek joins shortly after to discuss whether the public are falling out of love with the Monarchy and Historian, Broadcaster and Senior Fellow at the New Culture Forum Rafe Heydel Mankoo closes the show to discuss the same as well as a draconian new bill proposed in Ireland that has stirred a fierce reaction from people fearful that it is basically a “thought crime” bill. All that and so much more, so tune in! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Sarah Vine and Imogen Edwards Jones celebrate the King's coronation with historian Ed Owens who explains why the coronation is so important to the future of the monarchy. Plus super collector Jan Hugo visits from Australia to talk about her 10,000 item collection of royal memorabilia and her plans for the coronation. Find out more: Ed Owens: https://edowens.com/ Jan Hugo: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100066606916898 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The historian and broadcaster David Olusoga is being honoured with a BAFTA special award. He gives his first interview since the news dropped. Comedian Nish Kumar talks about the launch of his new podcast, Pod Save the UK. They're joined by The Spectator's political editor Katy Balls and Emily Bell, Professor at the Columbia School of Journalism. Presenter: Katie Razzall Producer: Dan Hardoon
Every day seems to bring a new headline about artificial intelligence. Some are good, but many raise concerns about the impact of developments in the technology. This week the so-called "godfather of AI", Dr Geoffrey Hinton, quit Google as he outed his concerns about the "existential risk" posed by digital intelligence. Since ChatGPT's public release late last year there's been an explosion of its use, and a massive amount of investment by Big Tech in similar large language models. But it's also prompted calls for a half-year pause on further AI training amid worries about where humanity could be left as systems advance. So is the speed of AI developments concerning? And where are humans left in the AI race? Kathryn speaks with Dr Jonnie Penn, Assistant Teaching Professor of AI Ethics and Society at the University of Cambridge, Affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University, and Associate Fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence. He's also the author of the number 1 New York Times bestselling book 'What do you want to do before you die?'. And he's in New Zealand for the Future State event, being run by Spark Lab and Semi Permanent, which looks at the driving forces behind the next era of tech innovation.
Between 1964 and 1966, Stearns served in Vietnam and Japan as a photographer while on active duty in the U.S. Navy. Following his time in the service, he was a partner in a ceramics studio, Opus ll, where he taught ceramics as well as drawing and painting.Stearns was a fire captain and paramedic with the Los Angeles County Fire Department from 1967 to 1988 and was a consultant on the television show Emergency!Michael studied at California State University at Los AngelesIn 2002 he opened Gallery 33 in Long Beach, California. It exhibited artists such as Lori LaMont, Todd Brainard, Richard Lopez, Elizabeth Washburn, Adam Normandin and Roderick Briggs. The gallery closed in 2008.In 2012 he moved his studio and gallery to San Pedro, under the name Michael Stearns Studio 347 and later to Michael Stearns Studio at the LOFT.As a sculptor Michael works with cardboard and newspaper as a way to bring nature and urban society together. In Michael's artist statement, he explains how his work exemplifies his spirit. It reads in part:"In my work I dig deep into the origin of life and explore the universal questions; how did we arrive and what is the force driving this existence?I strive also to invite the observer into this place of examination.As a painter, I work with organic shapes and mostly bold colors to intensify the imagery. In my sculptures I incorporate natural materials along with urban components, creating communication out of discord."https://www.michaelstearnsstudio.com/
Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier
With the nickname “Blueberry Tommy,” Thomas Johnson sounds like a harmless and even friendly historical figure, but nothing could be further from the truth. Historians don't know much about Johnson except that he was a serial killer. Sources Hunt, William R. 1987. Distant Justice. University of Oklahoma Press. Norman, OK. Heaton, John W. 2010. Outlaw Tales of Alaska. Morris Book Publishing, LLC. Guilford, CT. The Blueberry Kid. Alaska Genealogy Trails. https://www.genealogytrails.com/alaska/blueberry_kid.htm 6-22-1914. Many “Blueberry Kids” confuse officers. Man wanted is “Blueberry Tom” Johnson. Fairbanks Alaska Citizen. 6-29-1914. Clew found to Alaska crime. Fairbanks Alaska Citizen. 7-20-1914. Launch Seal Pup found. Fairbanks Alaska Citizen. 8-8-1914. Mute reminders of the Koyukuk tragedy. Iditarod Pioneer. 10-12-1914. Will recover body. Fairbanks Alaska Citizen. ______________________________________________________ Want to learn more about Magic Mind or give it a try? Here's the link. https://www.magicmind.co/murderandmystery And get up to 50% off your subscription for the next 10 days with my code MURDERANDMYSTERY ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________ Karluk Bones Audiobook Narrated by Beth Chaplin ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Join the Murder and Mystery in the First Frontier Facebook Group! ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Listen to a New Podcast from the Members of Author Masterminds _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Robin Barefield is the author of five Alaska wilderness mystery novels, Big Game, Murder Over Kodiak, The Fisherman's Daughter, Karluk Bones, and Massacre at Bear Creek Lodge. She has also written two non-fiction books: Kodiak Island Wildlife and Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier. Sign up to subscribe to her free monthly newsletter on true murder and mystery in Alaska. Subscribe to Robin's free, monthly Murder and Mystery Newsletter for more stories about true crime and mystery from Alaska. Join her on: Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Visit her website at http://robinbarefield.com Check out her books at Author Masterminds _________ If you would like to support Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier? Become a patron and join The Last Frontier Club. Each month Robin will provide one or more of the following to club members. · An extra episode of Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier available only for club members. · Behind the scenes glimpses of life and wildlife in the Kodiak wilderness. · Breaking news about ongoing murder cases and new crimes in Alaska
Military Historians are People, Too! A Podcast with Brian & Bill
Our guest today is Andrew J. Huebner, who clearly didn't think through the idea of recording live in the Odysea Waterfront Lounge at the Hilton Bayfront in San Diego, in the middle of the Annual Meeting of the Society for Military History! Thankfully, most military historians avoid bars, pubs, etc. (NOT!). But we had a great chat and the sound turned out ok, so thanks for your patience with the sound quality on this one! Andrew is Professor of History at the University of Alabama. He earned his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and his PhD from Brown University. Andrew was a visiting professor at Brown from 2004-2006 and a lecturer in History and English at Harvard during the same span. Since 2017, he has been an Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecturer. He is the author of Love and Death in the Great War (Oxford), which won the President's Book Prize from the Society for Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, and The Warrior Image: Soldiers in American Culture from the Second World War to the Vietnam Era (UNC), a Nota Bene selection of Chronicle of Higher Education. He is co-editor with John Giggie of Dixie's Great War (Alabama), and forthcoming titles The Cambridge History of War and Society in America (with Jennifer Keene), and Race and Gender at War (Alabama) with Friend-of-the-Pod Lesley Gordon. Andrew is also the co-author with Alan Brinkley and John Giggey of a popular American history textbook, The Unfinished Nation: A Concise History of the American People. In addition, his work has appeared in the Journal of American History, Film and History, The Sixties, American Studies, and Journalism History. His current project, Buffalo Soldiers and the Making of the United States Empire, s under contract with Liveright/W.W. Norton. Andrew has given talks all over the United States, is a frequent guest on history podcasts, and contributor and advisor to public history projects. He's a busy guy, but one of the most humble and enjoyable historians you'll come across. Join us for our chat with Andrew, as we discuss New Jersey, gender theory (or not), Modest Mouse, and even presidential aspirations, all while Andrew multi-tasks talking with us, enjoying a beer, AND watching the Alabama-San Diego State Sweet 16 match-up over our shoulders on the big bar TV (spoiler - the game didn't end well for Andrew)! As always, thanks for listening, please subscribe on whatever podcast service you use to Military Historians are People, Too, and all podcasts you enjoy, and don't forget to check out our Swag Store on Zazzle! Rec.: 03/24/2023
Today I sit down with Historian Martyn Rady and discuss his latest book: The Middle Kingdoms: A New History of Central Europe. This is a sweeping, survey history of Central Europe that is accessible to any reader whatever their knowledge of Central European history. There is a lot in the book and we, in the interview, only get to the Thirty Years' War. Though we do start in the Roman Empire so I guess that's progress! Buy the book HERE.WebsitePatreon Support PageWestern Civ 2.0
Cathy Gorn is a respected American Historian.
Todd Prescott joins "On the Shoulders of Giants- Talking Old Timers with Thomas Steenburg" hosts Thomas and Julie to discuss how he began the incredicle task of archiving John Green's reports and research documents several years ago. Also they discuss some of the historically important investigators and their stories, such as Green, Dahinden, Titmus, Todd's Sasquatch archive YouTube channels and much more! Todd Prescott took an interest in the Sasquatch study at an early age. At age 18, he started doing solo field research which would continue for several years. He traveled throughout Ontario and British Columbia following up on numerous reports and partaking in solo research outings. In 2012 through to 2014, he met several times with John Green and was granted access to Green's massive collection of letters, photos, slides, negatives, and cassette recording of interviews dating back to the late 1950s. Realizing the importance of Green's and other's collections, Todd created a YouTube channel, The Sasquatch Archives, to showcase various facets of Sasquatch research. In March 2023, he created another channel, The Sasquatch Archives TV, to compliment his other channel and to exclusively feature media coverage of Bigfoot/Sasquatch/Yeti. Todd has magazine articles published on the subject and acted as Editor for various printed materials on the Sasquatch subject. He was most recently featured in Tim Halloran's book, Bigfoot Influencers. When not researching Sasquatch, Todd works as a professional musician and freelance writer and editor. https://www.youtube.com/@TheSasquatchArchives https://www.youtube.com/@thesasquatcharchivestv6048 Thank you for your support. Brought to you by Monster X Radio!
The Battle of Midway played a pivotal role in the change in momentum in the war in the Pacific but are you aware of the role that Nimitz's submarines played in the battle? Please join us as we talk to author and military historian Mark W. Allen as we discuss his book "Midway Submerged: American and Japanese Submarine Operations at the Battle of Midway - May-June 1942". We also discuss his book "Leader of the Pack: The Fleet Submarine USS Batfish in WWII" in addition to his upcoming book about the 2nd Sharpshooters Regiment at the Battle of Gettysburg.
#wwe #wweonae #wrestling We got the opportunity to chat with New York Times Best Selling Author and WWE Historian Keith Elliot Greenberg and got his thoughts on the WWE Legends Biographies on A&E, some Iron Sheik stories and his thoughts on the better rivalry between Stone Cold Steve Austin vs Bret Hart and Stone Cold Steve Austin vs Shawn Michaels ! Brought to you by G3 Payroll Tax and Accounting https://www.facebook.com/G3Payroll Michigan's Finest Cannabis use code KO3MF to get 10 % off your order (Excludes already on sale or featured items) mi-finest.com
Joey talks about Web 3.0, art, bike riding and lots of fun stuff. Follow him @joeyjose916
In his fresh and revealing biography, C. Vann Woodward: America's Historian (2022, UNC Press), James Cobb shows, explores how Woodward displayed a rare genius and enthusiasm for crafting lessons from the past that seemed directly applicable to the concerns of the present—a practice that more than once cast doubt on his scholarship. Dr. Cobb talks with Walter Edgar about Woodward and the changing interpretations of Southern history.
We visit New York City's Chinatown with culinary historian, cookbook author, and campaigner Grace Young. The largest in the US, it is known for an abundance of markets, eateries, multi-generational businesses, and independent stores serving New Yorkers and tourists from all over the world. It is home to a predominantly Chinese Asian diaspora dating back to the mid-1800s and today this area includes communities from Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan, and more. On a tour through the area, Grace guides Chrystal around Chinatown's streets and landmarks. They begin at 65 Mott Street, the oldest tenement building in NYC, followed by a visit to Mee Sum Cafe, a local hangout since 1967 and now a household name known for its casual setting, Zongzi Chinese tamales, ginger tea, and small plates. Together they explore Grace's favorite food markets, fishmongers and bakeries in the area. To end, Chrystal visits Grace's home where she learns about the art and history of the wok, and how to make the perfect stir fry. In conversation with Chrystal, Grace shares why Chinatown is a living encyclopedia, the still felt impact of COVID-19 and anti-Asian racism, and the importance of supporting Chinatown's history and future. If you like what you heard, please subscribe, write us a review and join the conversation at Stance Podcast and all podcasting apps @stancepodcast @chrystalgenesis and visit Stance's website for more info and links from this episode.
Leslie is first joined by New York Times best-selling author Julian Zelizer, who has been among the pioneers in the revival of American political history. He is the Malcolm Stevenson Forbes Professor of History and Public Affairs at Princeton University, a CNN Political Analyst, and a regular guest on NPR's "Here and Now." The pair discusses his two most recent pieces for CNN. They're titled, "Why Biden is Lying Low Ahead of 2024," and "Why DeSantis' War on Disney is a Big Mistake." During the second half of the show, Leslie is joined by Dina Gachman, a Pulitzer Center Grantee and a frequent contributor to the New York Times, Vox, Texas Monthly and more. She's a New York Times bestselling ghostwriter, and the author of "Brokenomics: 50 Ways to Live the Dream on a Dime," as well her latest book, just out this month. That book is what Leslie and Dina discuss during their interview. It's titled, "So Sorry for Your Loss: How I Learned to Live with Grief, and Other Grave Concerns." Julian Zelizer is the award-winning author and editor of 25 books including his latest, "Myth America: Historians Take on the Biggest Lies and Legends About Our Past," which he co-edited with Kevin Kruse. His website is JulianZelizer.com and his Twitter handle is @JulianZelizer. Dina Gachman lives near Austin, Texas, with her husband and son. Her website is DinaGachmanWrites.com and her Twitter handle is @DinaGachman.
Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael
On this edition of Parallax Views, historian and sociologist Prof. Harvey J. Kaye returns to discuss the new edition of his 1984 book The British Marxist Historians. In said book, Prof. Kaye delved into how E.P. Thompson, Maurice Dobb, Christopher Hill, Eric Hobsbawn, and Rodney Hilton offered material analyses on a variety of historical matters that challenged conventional notions held by many other historians. In doing so they also took a heterodox approach to Marxism. In this conversation we explore the contributions of the British Marxist Historians and the ways in which they offered an innovative "history from the bottom up" approach to understanding the past. Harvey and I discuss: - Eric Hobsbawn's defense of the Luddites, the radical machine breakers who jobs were lost in the industrial age - The value of the English Marxist historians today and addressing criticisms that Marxism's usefulness as a form of analysis has dried up - Kaye's thoughts on and criticism of the work of The People's History of the United States historian Howard Zinn - The role Anthony Giddens, a founder of the "Third Way" political position, in the publication of The British Marxist Historians - Neoliberalism, class struggle, the working class, the ruling class, the base/superstructures discourse, and Marxist analysis of history - And much, much more!
Dr. Nick Willborn outlines the historical context that informed the Presbyterian/Fundamentalist-Modernist controversy in which J. Greshan Machen played so great a part. This is part 1 of 6 weekly installments in a series of Machen lectures from Covenant Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Oak Ridge, TN.
Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
Hey BillOReilly.com Premium and Concierge Members, welcome to the No Spin News for Wednesday, April 26, 2023. Stand Up for Your Country. Tonight's rundown: Talking Points Memo: Joe Biden continues to show Americans why he shouldn't run for reelection. Historian and political science professor Edward Lynch joins the No Spin News The Russian Foreign Minister insinuates the U.S. government is involved in Tucker Carlson's firing This Day in History: The Gestapo is established Final Thought: The O'Reilly Update 4-year anniversary In Case You Missed It: Read Bill's latest column, "The Two Worst" Join 'Team Normal!' Order your gear at BillOReilly.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This last week of April, we enjoy an art of the garden conversation with artist, historian, gardener and environmental advocate Rebecca Allan. Bronx-New York-based, Rebecca is “known for her richly layered and chromatically nuanced abstract paintings. Her work investigates watershed environments and landscapes and is inspired by her deep interest in botany and land conservation. In 2018 Rebecca established Painterly Gardens, a firm specializing in sustainable garden design. From January through June of 2023, Rebecca's solo show, Cultivating Eden is featured at Wave Hill House & Garden. The exhibit presents Rebecca's recent paintings focused on the labor of gardeners and their spaces. By artistically highlighting working process—both visible and unnoticed—her series praises the devoted care that the gardeners provide on a daily basis. She sees Wave Hill as “a special place where art and horticulture are intertwined. Both practices require tenacity, refined skill and historical curiosity.” As an artist and gardener Rebecca notes that one motivation behind her work is “a desire to nurture the world by envisioning and then enacting spaces where beauty is revealed.”
What do you get when you bring together five top historians to debate Mary, Queen of Scots on film? History with the gloves off - our second special episode of Not Just the Tudors Lates! This time, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb takes as her starting point the tragic life of the Scottish Queen and her relationship with her rival and cousin Queen Elizabeth I.Suzannah is joined once again by Dr Joanne Paul, Jessie Childs, Alex von Tunzelmann and Professor Sarah Churchwell to compare the various film versions of Mary's story, where they have got it right - and often wildly wrong.This episode was produced by Rob Weinberg.Listen to the first Not Just the Tudors Lates about Elizabeth I on Screen, here.If you want to get in touch with the podcast, you can email us at email@example.com, we'd love to hear from you!If you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe to History Hit today!Download the History Hit app from the Google Play store.Download the History Hit app from the Apple Store. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
As preparations for the Coronation of King Charles III get underway, you're going to see words everywhere like 'anointing,' 'enthronement,' and 'crowning.' Despite how medical they sound, they are in fact ceremonial acts steeped in centuries of British history and tradition.There'll be talk of Edward the Confessor's crown, the absence of the controversial Koh-i-noor Diamond and something called the Stone of Scone. If you're excited to see history in action or wondering if it's worth the cost, this episode with Historian of the Monarchy Anna Whitelock is your A-Z guide to the regalia, pomp and ceremony of the Coronation. Produced by Mariana Des Forges and edited by Dougal PatmoreIf you want to get in touch with the podcast, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we'd love to hear from you! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.