94 episodes

Philippine history that is accessible and approachable. PODKAS envisions the mainstreaming of critical discussions on Philippine history, politics, and society to broader audiences using new media, accessible language, and relatable content. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podkas/support

PODKAS Podkas Team

    • History
    • 4.8 • 20 Ratings

Philippine history that is accessible and approachable. PODKAS envisions the mainstreaming of critical discussions on Philippine history, politics, and society to broader audiences using new media, accessible language, and relatable content. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podkas/support

    #RizalOnAir Ep. 7: Rizal's Return

    #RizalOnAir Ep. 7: Rizal's Return

    Rizal realized that if he were to realize his vision for Filipinos, he must fight this fight in the Philippines. Upon his return, he established the Liga Filipina, but just a few days later, he was arrested and exiled to a remote town in Mindanao called Dapitan. Here, he stayed for four years, putting into practice all the professions we know him for: engineer, teacher, artist, physician, among others. We talk about all these and more in this episode.


    ---

    Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podkas/message
    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podkas/support

    • 20 min
    #RizalOnAir Ep. 6: Rizal and the Ilustrados

    #RizalOnAir Ep. 6: Rizal and the Ilustrados

    Rizal’s life abroad was productively spent not only on writing but also in fraternizing with like-minded ilustrados that launched the propaganda movement in Spain. Know more about them and more in this episode of #RizalOnAir.


    ---

    Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podkas/message
    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podkas/support

    • 18 min
    #RizalOnAir Ep. 5: The Loves of Rizal

    #RizalOnAir Ep. 5: The Loves of Rizal

    In this episode, we argue that the stereotype of Rizal as a womanizer is rather unfair. We deem him more a romantic than a playboy. Let's us take a quick look at Rizal's long list of ex-lovers in this episode of #RizalOnAir.


    ---

    Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podkas/message
    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podkas/support

    • 19 min
    #RizalOnAir Ep. 4: Rizal Abroad

    #RizalOnAir Ep. 4: Rizal Abroad

    In 1882, Rizal left for Europe to pursue further studies. During these years of Rizal abroad, he spent time not only studying but also fraternizing with fellow Filipinos and being involved in the propaganda movement. What difficulties did he face during these years? Find out in this episode of Rizal On Air.


    ---

    Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podkas/message
    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podkas/support

    • 20 min
    #RizalOnAir Ep. 3: Young Rizal

    #RizalOnAir Ep. 3: Young Rizal

    Chances are, the stuff you know about the boy Jose Rizal is mostly invented. He isn’t exactly a boy genius of immeasurable talent and a kind heart. He’s just… normal. But many events of his young life set the stage for who he became later on. Find out about it and more in this episode.


    ---

    Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podkas/message
    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podkas/support

    • 17 min
    #RizalOnAir Ep. 2: Rizal and the 19th century

    #RizalOnAir Ep. 2: Rizal and the 19th century

    To know Rizal, we must first understand the context of his life and heroism. We do that by looking at the developments of the Philippines as Spain’s colony in the nineteenth century, and the conditions that brought about the ideas and experiences of Jose Rizal.


    ---

    Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podkas/message
    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podkas/support

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Top Podcasts In History

Audioboom Studios
BBC Radio 4
Team Coco
Sarah Marshall
Madeleine Green, Kaitlin Stansell,Carter Coyle
Pushkin Industries

You Might Also Like

GMA News & Public Affairs
Vox
The New York Times
Lex Fridman