Podcast dedicated to history
Landmark Ep 1 - Marbury
This month starts a new series of episodes dedicated to 15 landmark US Supreme Court cases that impacted history.
Prom Night at the White House
This month, the First Daughters podcast goes back to May 1975. President and Mrs. Ford are out of the country. First Daughter Susan Ford is hosting her high school prom at the White House.
The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson
In April 1915 in front of a capacity crowd in Havana, Cuba, defending heavyweight boxing champion Jack Johnson faced challenger Jess Willard. In addition to the "Great White Hope" Johnson also had to face the issues of racism and bigotry head on.
The President's Pastor - February 2019 Herodotus History Podcast
This month as we celebrate President's Day, let's take a look back at the career of the Reverend Dr. Billy Graham and his role as presidential counselor from presidents Truman through George W. Bush.
Live from the Moon - Christmas 2018 Herodotus History Podcast
Christmas Eve 1968 - The crew of Apollo 8 prepare to give a live broadcast to the citizens of Earth from the moon's orbit.
Da Da Da Dum - December 2018 Herodotus History Podcast
On December 22, 1808, the German composer Ludwig von Beethoven debuted a new piece of music. It was not well-received. The title of this new work - the Fifth Symphony. Find out how this symphony went from a bad debut to one of classical music's most famous works.