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New York Times best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell (The Tipping Point, Outliers) talks with Virginia Heffernan about Revisionist History. Produced by Panoply, the podcast network from Slate, the 10-episode narrative podcast series explores events in the past that have been overlooked or misunderstood.

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    • 4.5 • 476 Ratings

New York Times best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell (The Tipping Point, Outliers) talks with Virginia Heffernan about Revisionist History. Produced by Panoply, the podcast network from Slate, the 10-episode narrative podcast series explores events in the past that have been overlooked or misunderstood.

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    Malcolm Gladwell, Revisionist History: Special Event

    Malcolm Gladwell, Revisionist History: Special Event

    New York Times best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell (The Tipping Point, Outliers) talks with Virginia Heffernan about Revisionist History.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Malcolm Gladwell, Revisionist History: Special Event

    Malcolm Gladwell, Revisionist History: Special Event

    New York Times best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell (The Tipping Point, Outliers) talks with Virginia Heffernan about Revisionist History.

    • 1 hr 16 min

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4.5 out of 5
476 Ratings

476 Ratings

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Corridors

404: In the space between the history you know and the secret room of truth are the empty corridors you often wander alone. If you listen to Revisionist History, Malcolm Gladwell will meet you there.

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Favourite Podcast

Thought provoking, entertaining, opinionated. A huge range of topics that tie unlikely sources to deeper themes, Jeff Buckley, Wilt Chamberlain, Vietnam... Definitely my favourite podcast series, and you don’t need a Phd to get it.

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Malcolm, have you sold out?

When I discovered Revisionist History, I started listening from the beginning, season one. I was hooked. It was fascinating. It was insightful in exciting new ways, but best of all its heart was dedicated to social justice. Most episodes actually made me cry. But catching up to the most recently created episodes has been a deeply disappointing exercise. I was stunned to find that some of the episodes were just a waste of time. Others were entertaining. Social justice was nowhere in sight. I found myself wondering if the high end sponsors were dictating content: nothing controversial, nothing that indicates a political position. No heart. No soul. So sad.

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