Jeff Majer interviews historians, authors, and citizens of Richmond, VA with interesting points of view of the history of RVA. History Replays Today is a blog www.historyreplaystoday.com and this interview podcast.
52 Reconstruction at Chimborazo-Mike Gorman
On this episode, Mike Gorman, who is a historian with the Richmond National Battlefield Parks talks about reconstruction in Richmond focusing on what was the former Chimborazo Hospital. Listen or subscribe to History Replays Today, The Richmond History Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Tunein, or another podcast … Continue reading →
(Repost) 27 Baseball and Richmond/ Scott Mayer
Since the playoff hunt is heating up in the MLB is only seemed fitting to repost this remastered episode that covers the early days of baseball in RVA. Guest Scott Mayer is the co author of the book Baseball and Richmond, … Continue reading →
51 Masons’ Hall-Phillip Barnard part 2
This is part 2 of the conversation with Phillip Barnard. This part of the conversation concentrates on the 19th and 20th century history of the great Masons’ Hall in downtown RVA. In the conversation George Washington, The Marquis de Lafayette, … Continue reading →
50 Masons’ Hall-Phillip Barnard part 1
Phillip Barnard is the guest on this episode talking about the history of one of the most under rated historic buildings in RVA, Masons’ Hall. It is one of a handful of 18th century buildings in the area. During the … Continue reading →
49 Eliza Poe/Debbie Phillips
This episode has 2 guests, Eliza Poe, the mother of Edgar Allan Poe and Debbie Phillips. Eliza Poe discusses her life. Debbie Phillips, who is the Director of Operations for Richmond Discoveries and has developed a program called the Life and … Continue reading →
mini ep 1
On this first “mini” episode, There is a quick discussion on some of the things in RVA history that happened in July and August throughout the years from the #OTDinRVA from social media. This is the first of many mini … Continue reading →
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One of the most interesting podcasts I’ve ever listened to! Love richmond history! I’m from the north(total yankee) lol anyway we don’t have any history up there like this! Very enjoyable!
This is fantastic
Can’t believe this podcast exists and am so glad it does! Amazing interviews and facts and details of the history of this beloved city. Keep up the good work!
I have just found this podcast and am very pleased at how great the presentation and the information are about the Richmond area. I just finished the two Maymont podcasts and was thoroughly entertained by the conversation and the new things I learned. Kudos to all who are a part of bringing the history of Richmond to a new audience. I will continue to listen and look forward to the next installment. Many thanks to all who are a part of putting this amazingly informative production together.