war podcasts

Episode 17 - How a weather forecast made history – James Stagg and the D-Day landings

Caroline Coch, Climate Science Communications Specialist speaks to Prof Liz Bentley, Chief...

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What the war with Iran will look like

The calm before the Iranian storm. Support this ministry! We need your help TODAY:...

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You Can Only Be Exactly Where You Are: An Interview with Members of Theatre Nohgaku

An interview with David Crandall and Elizabeth Dowd of Theatre Nohgaku, an international...

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Pulling Down Strong Holds - Audio

There are times in life when we fighting and doing our best, but life seems to be getting the...

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Truf Bros. Radio: How many has to die?

As we were broadcasting Police Officers in Baton Rouge were shot by a Gunman. We are headed down...

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Episode 29 - Juilliard

Ritu recaps her trip to France then lectures Ken about being a bad Jew, Ken talks about how he's...

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Phishing, Civil War, Job Descriptions

It just doesn’t get any wilder than this triple play of odd HR topics: phishing, Civil War, and...

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The Boys slide in on this Sunday Funday episode to take some listener questions from the mailbag,...

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#322 - Mohamedou Ould Slahi - Surviving 14 Years In Guantanamo Bay

Mohamedou Ould Slahi is the subject of the film The Mauritanian and has been called "the most...

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225 Surviving a Kidnapping and Two Near Death Experiences during the Rhodesian War with Robin Aisha Landsong

Robin Aisha Landsong is a Transformational Speaker, Visual Artist, Medicine Singer and Medical/...

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227 Energy Psychology with David Feinstein, Ph.D

DAVID FEINSTEIN, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist, has served on the faculties of The Johns Hopkins...

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Cornucopia Radio Podcast 37

Once again we return to the world of podcasting with three new short productions that all deal...

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Cornucopia Radio Podcast 31: The Bluff Cove Disaster

We all knew the commander wanted medals. But us? All we wanted was to be in our homes, in front...

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Cornucopia Radio Podcast 26: Fractured Lives

‘Fractured Lives’ explores how the First World War literally fractured lives. The war’s many...

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The Treaty of Utrecht

The Treaty of Utrecht, agreed in the spring of 1713, brought an end to the tired War of the...

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England and Scotland at War, 1296-1513: sources at The National Archives

This podcast highlights the hostility between England and her northern neighbour during much of...

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MI5 file release August 2011

Professor Christopher Andrew introduces the 27th Security Service records release containing 171...

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Damaged, disturbed and dismembered: disability and war in the 20th century

Wars in the 20th century have been responsible for the deaths of millions of people. Still more...

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