History Podcast

Review: House of Skulls

It is heartwrenching, thought-provoking, and surreal to realize that this history is there and so interconnected with everything we know.

Review: Moonrise

While interspersed with interviews and clips from the past, there is no choppiness to the story or quality. This is a gorgeous glide of audio documentary to listen to.

Review: A History of Coffee

This is a take-it-slow podcast, bringing you a dark history with the love of the final product and what coffee means on a societal level. It’s easy to listen to and understand...It feels warm, relaxing, and contemplative.

Review: Wind of Change

Released in 2020 and part of Tribeca that year, this is a hypnotizing podcast full of spies, political intrigue, and cultural exchange. It knocked my socks off as a story, and an example of a great podcast with atmosphere and ambiance.

Review: Lost Women of Science

It doesn’t pull punches but also doesn’t expect you to know much about the season’s subject. It’s a difficult balance to strike, but this podcast was able to do that beautifully from the start.