Two women. Half the population. Several thousand years of history. About an hour.
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu Part 2
The worldwide eradication of smallpox was not Lady Mary Wortley Montagu's only claim to fame; she discarded the life she knew and set out to remake herself, acquiring a reputation for eccentricity, adventures worthy of a modern motion picture, and unwanted literary superstardom.
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu Part 1
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu was brought up to believe that it was her face that was her fortune, and her place to be simply decorative. However, her uncommon intelligence, influence among the powerful, and her willingness to accept new ideas about medicine would save lives, help end smallpox, and transform the entire world.
Typhoid Mary Mallon Revisited
There are striking similarities between "Typhoid" Mary Mallon's life story and our present-day pandemic, can we learn from them?
Announcement: Gone fishin'
A summer announcement and a song
Olympias is known for being the mother of Alexander the Great and for being Very Fond Of Snakes. She was subject to centuries of slander by the historians who followed her - but in this episode, we right some of the wrongs, give you some context for her actions, and reveal her connection to the Olympic Games.
The Statue of Liberty, Revisited
In honor of the arrival of the Statue of Liberty's sister to the US this week and to help celebrate both the Fourth of July and Bastille Day, we revisit Liberty Enlightening the World.
Fun and Educational
I am new to this podcast (3 episodes so far).
I love their banter and the way they make viewing history so entertaining. Seems to be well researched and told from a refreshing point of view.
I saw you on the History Channel and have now listened to two of your Podcasts! I’m hooked for life!
Worth your time
I absolutely love this podcast! I am a mother of 4 daughters so I always love anything that promotes women. And this is great for my girls to listen to and learn. I recommend it to people all the time.