The Podcast History Of The World itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-podcast-history-of-our-world/ id558333993?mt=2 As host Rob Monaco, who describes his position when he began The Podcast History of The World as “a freshly unemployed social studies teacher with a masters degree and nothing to do” says, “What possesses someone to attempt an audio collection of the entire history of the world?” What indeed? Possibly the same thing that leads to the podcast becoming so successful — a kind of exuberant determination, and the ability to find, and communicate, a true passion for history. Monaco has created almost 100 episodes, covering everything from Ancient Greece, the Stone Age, Neolithic times and Rome, to the creation of Israel and the legacy of Philip II. His delivery is amusing, his research excellent, and ability to put forward different theories and schools of thought mean listeners get a rounded view of each period. More, apparently, are in the pipeline.
Origins with James Andrew Miller art19.com/shows/origins-with-james-andrew-miller Created and hosted by award-winning journalist and best-selling author James Andrew Miller, this explores the beginnings of