Podcasts about: History

the study of the past. These are stories and tales from times gone by to help you learning and understand the time before now. These might feature facts, songs, diaries, letters and stories to learn about the past.

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Greeking Out

Oh Muses! Hear our podcast and allow us to recall some of the greatest stories ever told. Stories of gods and goddesses, monsters, and heroes! Enjoy this kid-friendly retelling of classic ancient Greek myths for the whole family.

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There are 2006 episodes in the History topic.

These are the latest episodes from the History topic added to soundcarrot, but be careful, many of these are serialised shows so jumping in at episode 10, for example, could confuse matters.

We'd recommend starting with the first episode of your show of choice, and if you like it, listening from there.

Fahima Abdulrahman: Sharing her Vision
00:12:26 | Season: 8 | Episode: 4 | February 20th, 2024

Fahima Abdulrahman is an avid learner and storyteller. After fleeing Somalia’s civil war, she struggled to read and write. But instead of giving up, she learned how to tell the world’s stories with pictures and heart. This podcast is a production of Rebel Girls. It’s based on the book series Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls. This story was produced by Deborah Goldstein with sound design and mixing by Mumble Media. It was written by Gina Gotsill and edited by Abby Sher. Fact-checking by Joe Rhatigan. Narration by Elyama Katz. Original theme music was composed and performed by Elettra Bargiacchi. Our executive producers are Joy Smith and Jes Wolfe. Thank you to the whole Rebel Girls team who make this podcast possible. Stay rebel!

Heartwords: A Smarty Pass Sneak Peek
00:01:48 | February 19th, 2024

It’s a time-honored Valentine’s Day tradition to hand out conversation hearts – those candies with phrases like “be mine” and “love always” written on them. In this episode, we play a game where contestants come up with conversation candies for made up holidays.

Why do animals have Tails?
00:17:30 | Episode: 555 | February 19th, 2024

How come Tails come in different sizes & shapes? Which animals rely on their Tails the most? Did Humans ever have Tails? 

Trusty Trivia: FARTS!!!
00:04:00 | Episode: 553 | February 15th, 2024

Welcome to Trusty Trivia! Each Thursday you get to play a Trivia game with the Trusty Narrator!  Have fun seeing if you can answer these three questions, Smartypants!

Who invented Valentine’s Day?
00:15:50 | Episode: 552 | February 14th, 2024

What was the original Valentine’s Day called? Why are hearts & chocolate associated with Valentine’s Day? Why is Cupid a baby?

Want more Forever Ago fun? Join Smarty Pass today!
00:01:01 | February 13th, 2024

Forever Ago won’t be back for a few months, but never fear! You can catch up on tons of Forever Ago fun today by signing up for Smarty Pass and accessing a back catalog of bonus episodes. You’ll also get ad-free episodes, discounts on merchandise and event tickets, and an exclusive thank you gift mailed straight to your home!

What are paved Roads made of?
00:17:02 | Episode: 550 | February 12th, 2024

How many types of Roads are there? What causes a pothole? What was life like before paved Roads? 

Redge’s Marvelous Masterpiece
00:18:31 | Season: 5 | Episode: 82 | February 8th, 2024

Redge’s first painting class with the famous artist, Honey B. Bearton, was marvelous! So why is he feeling so blue? It’s his homework assignment–picking one thing to paint that will show the world who he is. But how can he narrow it down and choose JUST ONE? He seeks guidance from friends like Big Bad and Midge the Pidge, who help him get inspired and find the perfect idea for a creative masterpiece that will showcase his true self.




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