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Stuff What You Tell Me! is a podcast telling stories of rebellion and resistance in history, art and culture. Created by two contrary Australians living in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, we explore the wider role of rebellion in history, by delving into the experiences of people whose lives and actions were defined by defiance. Release schedule: In keeping with our theme, we resent the imposition of scheduling agendas, so we release episodes whenever we feel like it. We aim for at least one a month, and if you don't like that then hey, stuff you.

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Stuff What You Tell Me! is a podcast telling stories of rebellion and resistance in history, art and culture. Created by two contrary Australians living in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, we explore the wider role of rebellion in history, by delving into the experiences of people whose lives and actions were defined by defiance. Release schedule: In keeping with our theme, we resent the imposition of scheduling agendas, so we release episodes whenever we feel like it. We aim for at least one a month, and if you don't like that then hey, stuff you.

Customer Reviews

M.Wales ,

Enjoyable History Podcast.

Very interesting subject matter. Well researched and cleverly presented.

Raceguitar ,

Great show

Real cool down to earth presentation of some deep historical events. Definitely worth your time.

CircusHum ,

Fun times at the revolution.

This podcast covers rebellion with humour, drama, and more than a few interesting twists and turns. "Rembrandt and the Revolting Batavians," for example does just what the title says and transitions from a first century rebellion against the Roman Empire to the story behind the creation and reception of a Rembrant painting. And it wraps it all up with Kenny Rogers.
I like that this is revolution and rebellion not just in the sense of military uprisings but in the tracings of art, culture, and knowledge, and that it covers individuals at the peak of empires and at the level of the ordinary citizen (whatever that may be). It's pretty great.

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