Playlist · by missynlacy
89 episodes, 62 hours 40 mins
Why Do Our Limbs Fall Asleep?
You know that pins and needles feeling you get when your limbs fall asleep? It’s super annoying, but why does this happen? You’re about to find out, and so is Emma.
Why Is Yawning Contagious?
Whenever you’re around someone else, and they yawn, do you find yourself yawning too? Why do we do that? Well... you and Emma are about to find out. Can she guess the right answer?
Why Do Dogs Hide Under Beds?
Sometimes dogs can hide under beds, which is both confusing AND adorable. But have no fear... Emma is here to sort it out for you!
Why Do We Hiccup?
We all hiccup, but do you ever stop to think about WHY we do it? Emma’s about to get to the bottom of it... so make sure to stay for this insane journey.
Why Do Ants Die After the Queen Dies?
Do you ever find it odd that when the queen ant dies, so does the rest of her posse? Emma does too, and she’s making it her mission to figure out! She’ll also get into the horrors of tanning, and a strange experience she had using an unusual product to help her tan.
Why Do Dogs Lick Humans?
Just what is it that compels dogs to lick humans? Do they want to eat us? Or is there some other... less sinister... reason? Emma is going to find out, so strap in and get excited for the journey!
Why Do Onions Make Us Cry?
Welcome to the first episode of Stupid Genius, the podcast where Emma Chamberlain is stupid, and she's also a genius! Today, she'll try to answer the intriguing question, "Why do onions make us cry?" You'll also find out exactly why raw onions are dead to her, and how crazy she is when it comes to choosing outfits for Coachella.
The Sinking of Atlantis Pt. 2
Atlantis has captivated scholars and theorists for generations. It’s potential existence presents an existential question for every modern society. Will advanced technology save us in the face of overwhelming peril? Finding Atlantis could be the key to answering this question. Parcasters - Brenda Spencer loaded her rifle at Grover Cleveland Elementary school, she would end up killing two people. Her reason? She didn’t like Mondays. Learn more in today’s episode of Female Criminals! Available now at parcast.com/criminals
The Sinking of Atlantis
A legend, used as a political allegory by the ancient philosopher Plato. But over the centuries, countless amateur historians and archaeologists have asserted that the lost island really existed - and one of them may have actually located it. Parcasters - If you lived through the Titanic, would you ever work on a ship again? Violet Jessop did, and you won't believe what happened. Check out our two episode series on Miss Unsinkable, at parcast.com/survival
'Avengers: Endgame' and What's Making Us Happy
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has brought us Iron Man movies, Thor movies, Captain America movies, Avengers movies, and many other superhero franchises over the last decade, and they all feed into one epic that ties up many of the loose ends. Today we're talking the juggernaut to end all juggernauts, Avengers: Endgame.
Romulus and Remus strike off on their own with a lot of weapons and zero leadership experience
SYSK Selects: How Dying Works
Chuck and Josh have covered just about every aspect of death except dying itself. Here, they fulfill the death suite of podcasts with an in-depth look at just how people die, what happens to the body during the dying process and how people accept death -- and what they regret not having done while they lived. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
10ish Cases of Really Bad Luck
Some guys have all the luck, some guys have all the pain. So said Rod Stewart. And if this list is any indication, “guys” is gender neutral. Listen to this episode as Chuck and Josh cover some instances of amazingly bad fortune, most of it true! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Short Stuff: Nicknames
What's in a nickname? Sometimes they make sense, sometimes they don't. Let's get our shorty on and find out the deal. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
When the Titan Prometheus stole fire for humanity, Zeus sought vengeance against him and all he held dear. His most extreme act of retribution came in the form of Pandora, a magnificent woman who didn't realize she was simply a pawn in a squabble between the gods. Sponsors! Omax Health - Get 50% off a one-month supply of Omax3, plus free shipping and a 60-day money-back guarantee at OMAXHEALTH.com and enter code MYTH. Pair of Thieves - Listeners get 20% off their first order at PairOfThieves.com/MYTH.
The Book of Thoth Pt. 2: Leave It With the Dead
The Ancient Egyptian prince, Setne, longed for the magical power the Book of Thoth could grant him. In order to acquire it, he breaks into Naneferkaptan's tomb, only to find the dead pharaoh's spirit guarding the book. Sponsors! Upstart - Hurry to Upstart.com/MYTHOLOGY to find out HOW LOW your Upstart rate is. Checking your rate only takes a few minutes—and won’t affect your credit!
The Book of Thoth Pt. 1: A Bamboozling Baboon
In Ancient Egypt, one god's wisdom surpassed all the rest: Thoth, the baboon god of intelligence. Thoth took it upon himself to maintain the balance of Ma'at, the force that sustained all life and constantly fluctuates between order and chaos. Sponsors! Daily Harvest - Go to Daily-Harvest.com and enter promo code MYTHOLOGY to get 3 cups FREE in your first box!
Bellerophon Pt. 2: Soaring Victories
Falsely accused of a horrific crime, Bellerophon is punished by King Lobates, who desperately wants to see him dead. The King sends Bellerophon on a suicide mission; to fight and kill the chimaera, a nightmarish beast with the heads of a lion, a goat, and a venomous serpent. Sponsors! Pair of Thieves - Get 20% off your first order when you go to PairOfThieves.com/MYTH. Upstart - Hurry to Upstart.com/MYTHOLOGY to find out HOW LOW your Upstart rate is. Checking your rate only takes 2 minutes—and won’t affect your credit!
Bellerophon Pt. 1: Justly Exiled, Unjustly Reviled
After discovering that he was the son of Poseidon, Bellerophon dreamed of flying on Pegasus, an immortal winged stallion. With the help of Athena, Bellerophon would achieve his dream, but jealousy would eventually tear his life apart. Parcasters - Did Poseidon play a role in the sinking of Atlantis? Find out this week on Unexplained Mysteries and Conspiracy Theories, where we cover different theories regarding the ancient sunken empire.
Perseus: A Gaze of Stone
Acrisius, the King of Argos, feared that his offspring would rise up against him. He locked Danae, his only daughter, in a tower to keep her from bearing children. Yet no tower can stop Zeus, king of the gods. Sponsors! Upstart - Hurry to Upstart.com/MYTHOLOGY to find out HOW LOW your Upstart rate is. Checking your rate only takes 2 minutes—and won’t affect your credit!
SYMHC Classics: A Brief History of Time Capsules
Today, we're revisiting an episode from 2015! People feel very strongly about time capsules, even though the contents are often a little underwhelming. What actually qualifies as a time capsule, and what are some of the most notable ones? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
SYMHC Classics: Kamehameha The Great
We're traveling back to 2010 to revisit this one from the archive! Born shortly after the appearance of Halley's comet over Hawai'i in 1758, Kamehameha was hailed as the king who would unite the Hawai'ian islands. But how did he turn this prophecy into reality, and what happened to him in the end? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Dr. Stanley Williams Pt. 1: Volcanologist
Before their research expedition on January 14, 1993, Dr. Stanley Williams told his team of scientists that the Galeras Volcano was ‘tranquilo.” But the seismographs were telling a different story. Parcasters - Did you know that the Parliament of Victoria had a medieval mace in it? Or that it was stolen in 1891? We try to track it down this week on our podcast, GONE! Listen now at parcast.com/gone
Queens Everywhere with Kennedy Davenport & Vanessa “Vanjie” Mateo!
Get these cookies!!!! This week on The Official RuPaul's Drag Race Podcast, the dancing diva of Texas, Kennedy Davenport, is stomping by to let us all have it with her thoughts on this week’s “Queens Everywhere” episode. She dishes on her Davenport niece, A’keria, spills T on a rumored Season 2 queen-on-queen hook-up – and she weighs in on with her own Top 4 picks. And she talks about the important message of inspiration that Drag Race queens can offer to the world.
Bring Back My Queens with Blair St. Clair!
This week on The Official RuPaul's Drag Race Podcast, Blair St. Clair prances by to dish this week’s “Bring Back My Queens” episode. Blair breaks down this major makeover episode, which saw eliminated queens come back, stir up drama and slam the runway. Stay caught up with new episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race every Thursday on VH1 and WOW Presents Plus.
S04 Episode 8 Extra: Mostly Dead is Slightly Alive
Today it is generally agreed that absolute death for humans comes only when the brain has irreversibly ceased to function. However, a remarkable paper authored by a team of neuroscientist from Yale School of Medicine and published in April 2019, has reignited the debate over just what is and what isn’t irreversible. Could what appears to be a dead brain, in fact still remain one with potential to regain consciousness? Go to @unexplainedpod, facebook.com/unexplainedpodcast or unexplainedpodcast.com for more info. Thank you for listening.
Marrying My Best Friend’s Mom
David and Jason invite David’s new bride (Lorraine) on the podcast to talk about their whirlwind Vegas wedding and honeymoon. Plus, Heath guests on the podcast to tell one of the best drinking stories of all time.
My Ex-Wife’s New Boyfriend
Jason talks about his dinner with his ex-wife’s new boyfriend, David considers replacing Jason with Arnold Schwarzenegger, and the guys talk about taking a break from each other. Also, Joe gets his first ad read, David tells us about Kayne West’s creative process and Jason tells an epic story about the best documentary he’s ever seen. Also, the guy’s friend Jeff joins as a guest and Davis grills him about his possible plastic surgery.
David Crashed His Ferrari
David mourns the death of a squirrel, Jason chaperone's his son's jazz field trip, and David cancels on his trainer.Plus, Jason proposes an idea to help women everywhere, David loves playing with Scott's boobs and we get an update on David's DACA situation. Lastly, David's new Ferrari is going to cost $10,000 to fix.
The Worst Surprise Of My Life
David explains the importance of the concept of “deadass,“ Jason dents David’s Ferrari, and the guys run into the “Deez Nuts” guy. Plus, Jason blows his chance for an Oscar, David questions the health app on Jason’s phone, and the guys ponder what superhero they would be. Also, David runs into an ex-girlfriend and tells the story of. how she predicted David would make it big.
The Ouija Board Stories We Never Told You
In this podcast we talk about Corey’s past experiences with Ouija Boards and bring on a special guest! With even crazier stories! We hope you enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Hauntings of Suicide Bridge
We decide to go back to Suicide Bridge after a few years away, this podcast is full of Haunted Stories and Tales of past events. So grab some popcorn and strap in, We hope you all enjoy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Hauntings of Nonna’s Pizzeria (Pt. 2)
In this podcast Corey, Aaron and Devyn go over footage of the events that happened at Nonna’s, from ghost faces to demon whispers you’re in for a wild ride. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
David’s Crush on an Older Woman
Fresh off their night at a big Hollywood premiere, David and Jason talk about going to the Avengers premiere and how it wasone of the best nights of their lives. The guys talk about the movie (no spoilers), about meeting Paul Rudd and how a certain movie star took David’s breath away. Plus, David admits one of his biggest flaws and the guys talk about Elon Musk’s next great invention. Lastly, the guys quiz each other on who knows one another better and it turns out David isn’t such a bad friend after all.
Crying About Kids
The guys rehash their Coachella weekend, David's car guy helps him get down the price on his new Ferrari and Natalie might be slowly poisoning David. Plus, Jason is sad his kids are gone for five days and David tries his best to give him advice. And David meets one of the world's most famous celebs and warms her heart with some kind words.
Asking David Personal Questions
David and Jason discuss a strange incident that happened the other night, personal questions about where David sees his relationship status in a few years, Jason has a bone to pick with David, and Joe has a special guest for his episode.
David Gets Arrested in His Driveway
David and Jason talk about their last minute trip to Las Vegas and the awkward moment they had on the airplane. Plus, David critiques Jason’s standup, David almost buys Jason a dog and the reason LAPD are now David’s best friends. Also, David’s friend Reggie talks about coming out to his family. Welcome to VIEWS. Check out Jason and David's vlogs, here: David's YouTube Channel Jason's YouTube Channel And buy merch HERE
What Were Human Zoos?
One of the off-putting byproducts of 19th century European colonialism were human zoos, living dioramas of people from far-away places made to be gawked at. Listen in to what the deeper meaning of humans zoos held people on both sides of the glass. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How the Electric Chair Works
The electric chair is an all-American invention. It spread almost nowhere else in the world as a capital punishment but worked overtime in the States. Despite the terrible sights and sounds an electrocution produces, it was created out of humaneness. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
You travel the world to find your place. You dare to do many things. But the biggest thing you’ll need to dare is to share your secret with the world. Hosted by Virginia Madsen Support us by supporting our sponsors! Robinhood - To get a FREE stock, sign up atimagined.robinhood.com Audible - Get started with a 30-day trial when you go toaudible.com/imagined
Violet Jessop Pt. 1: Titanic Tragedy
As passengers of Southampton embarked for the RMS Titanic's maiden voyage in 1912, a crew member commented to a traveler, "God himself could not sink this ship." But a young stewardess named Violet Jessop wasn't so sure. She'd already survived a shipwreck on the Titanic's sister ship, the RMS Olympic - could she be so lucky if disaster struck a second time? Parcasters - The nautical nightmares don't end here, investigate the mysterious fate of the MV Joyita and her crew on today's episode of GONE. Available now at parcast.com/gone
Charlie Cusack Pt. 1: Tornado Warning
On May 3rd, 1999, the people of southern Oklahoma County would brace themselves and pray, as they were about to have to try and survive the onslaught of the most powerful tornado in recorded history. Sponsors! Daily Harvest - Go to Daily-Harvest.com and enter promo code SURVIVAL to get three cups FREE in your first box! Upstart - Hurry to Upstart.com/SURVIVAL to find out HOW LOW your Upstart rate is. Checking your rate only takes 2 minutes—and won’t affect your credit!
Shazam! And What's Making Us Happy
"Shazam!" is what young Billy Batson says to morph into a big red superhero. It's also the name of the new movie about him. Starring Zachary Levi as the big lug in the suit, Shazam! makes for a lighter DC Comics movie.
The Hauntings of Nonnas Pizzeria (pt. 1)
Todays Podcast is one unlike any other, We travel to Magna Utah to witness first hand the Hauntings of a Pizzeria called Nonnas, What follows we cant explain. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
London. The 17th century. Against a backdrop of raging fires and devastating plagues, one man came to prominence as the premiere scientific mind of the age. Soft spoken, brilliant, troubled, prone to fits of rage and nervous breakdowns: This was Isaac Newton. SPONSORS! Simon & Schuster - “Ten Caesars: Roman Emperors from Augustus to Constantine” by classicist and historian Barry Strauss is available now wherever books are sold or visit BarryStrauss.com.
Nostradamus: Predictor of the future? Not so much.
Nostradamus delighted us all in grade school, but it turns out the real guy wasn't quite as prescient as we were led to believe. In truth, he wrote a lot of purposefully confusing riddles that people have twisted into meaning exactly what they want them to mean. Learn all about Nostradamus in today's episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How Egypt's Pyramids Work
Pyramids can be found in ruins around the world, but no civilization perfected the feat of engineering like Pharaonic Egypt. Learn about the mysteries that still surround these giants. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How the Terracotta Army Works
In 1974, Chinese farmers discovered the first of what would number 7,000 terracotta soldiers meant to protect China's first emperor in the afterlife. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How The Voynich Manuscript Works
Since its re-discovery in the early 20th century, the Medieval codex the Voynich Manuscript has thoroughly puzzled anyone who has tried to unlock its secret language and bizarre drawings. Will it ever give up its secrets? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
The Great Wall of China Episode
The Great Wall of China is one of the most visited tourist desinations in the world. How'd it get built? How old is it? What's the current condition? Learn this and more in today's episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Sir Isaac Newton: Greatest Scientist of All Time?
There have been a lot of great scientist throughout history, but Sir Isaac Newton might just take the cake. But while he was a certified genius, he was also a little screwy. Dive into the life of this fascinating chap in today's episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How Motion Sickness Works
Motion sickness is the worst and hits about 25 to 40 percent of humans when they ride in cars, boats, or simply watch the wrong 3-D movie. Join us as we break down the science behind this nausea-inducing affliction. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Alexander Hamilton: Most Influential American?
Alexander Hamilton, the "ten dollar founding father," is more than the toast of Broadway. In fact, he just may be the most influential American in history. A brash genius, Hamilton wasn't much of a politician. He was all about policy. Learn all about Hamilton in today's episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How Ice Ages Work
Believe it or not, we live in an ice age. The polar glaciers give it away. Those glaciers used to come clear down to New York. We now know the traces they left are everywhere if you know what to look for; it just took some Swiss peasants to figure it out. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Why Did Easter Island's Civilization Collapse?
When the first Europeans landed on Rapa Nui, which they renamed Easter Island, they were puzzled by what happened there. Only a few thousand people lived there but there were signs of a massive civilization that once flourished. What happened there? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Up to the 1950s most reports of frostbite came from the world’s militaries, but as outdoor sports have gotten more popular, so have frostbite cases. Learn about how frostbite wreaks havoc on your extremities, even literally freezing off your tookus. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
SYSK Selects: How McCarthyism Works
In this week's SYSK Select episode, if you're accusing someone of disloyalty or subversion without decent evidence, then you may be guilty of McCarthyism. In this episode, Josh and Chuck explore the origin of the term, starting with the infamous Communist-hunting Senator Joseph McCarthy. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
SYSK Selects: How Shrunken Heads Work
In this week's SYSK Select episode, although U.S. museum collections are rife with counterfeits, shrunken heads are far from fiction. The Shuar tribe of Ecuador has shrunken heads for centuries. Learn the methodical process of shrinking a head and how they're used in this episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World Works, Part I
Long before slide rulers and pocket protectors, civilizations across the world used their noggins to build some impressive structures. Almost all have crumbled to ruins over the millennium, but thanks to the earliest tourists, we admire them still today. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How Pompeii Worked
What must be one of the most famous natural disasters in history took place when Mt Vesuvius buried Pompeii in 79 CE. But when the town was resurrected 1700 years later, a new chapter in its history was written. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
SYSK Selects: Was there a real King Arthur?
The legend of King Arthur is very old and very established. By the time the king who saved Britain and united it was first written about, his story was already hundreds of years old. And while many of the details of his life and adventures, from the Lady of the Lake to Merlin the Magician, seem fictional some archaeologists believe that Arthur -- and much of his life -- was real. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How Tsunamis Work
Tsunamis are amazingly devastating natural disasters. They're miles tall and wide, travel as fast as a commercial airliner and can wipe out entire coastal towns. And if the last couple decades are any indication, they seem to be getting worse. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How Attila the Hun Worked
If you go to the Internet you'll see a few people championed as all-time greatest conquerors - Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and Atilla the Hun. Listen in today as Josh and Chuck dive into number three on this list, Atilla the Hun. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How Epilepsy Works
A seizure is like an electrical overload in the brain – when it gets overwhelmed, it just shuts down and resets itself. But imagine being susceptible to these overloads, where one could come at any time with little or no warning. That is epilepsy. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Short Stuff: Exploding Manholes
If you live in a big city in a cold climate, you should keep an eye out for 100-pound cast-iron manhole covers suddenly launching 50 feet into the air. It’s unnervingly common and we’ll tell you why. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Dr. Seuss: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
The Seuss is loose in this episode about legendary children's book author Ted Geisel. The funny thing is, he didn't ever want children of his own, and his past work was a bit problematic. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How the Spanish Flu Worked
The Spanish Flu killed anywhere from 20-100 million or more people over 1918/1919. All of this played out with World War I in the foreground, one big reason why the flu spread so far, so fast. Learn all about this devastating pandemic in today's episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Could There Be A Loch Ness Monster?
People have believed something strange lives in Loch Ness for at least 3500 years. Thousands of people have sighted the Loch Ness Monster and dozens of expeditions have been launched. But does the fact that nothing’s been found mean it’s not real? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How Dyslexia Works
For a learning disability that everyone seems to know about, dyslexia is maybe the most commonly misunderstood and controversial cognitive difficulty there is. Some people think it’s a gift, some people think it doesn’t even exist. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
SYSK Selects: Was Atlantis A Real Place?
While the search for Atlantis has been pushed to the fringes since the 19th century, archaeologists have quietly pursued cities that may have inspired Plato to fabricate the mythical city. It looks like a team in Greece has found it. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
36A-Pocahontas: The Empire Business
The story of Pocahontas and John Smith has turned from compelling historical story of a brave woman who united two warring nations, to a melodramatic, oversimplified love story.In reality, Pocahontas likely never view Smith as more than a friend, since she was 11 when they first met. But they won't meet quite yet. We need to talk about the world they both inhabit, and the nations that will collide in the early 17th century. Then, on the creature of the week, you'll see why you want to bring hair clippers when checking on your infant in the middle of the night. check out the companies that were nice enough to sponsor this episode: http://Lootcrate.com/legends- offer code: LEGENDS (the Loot Crate community thing I talked about) http://Weebly.com/Myths Music: "Wipe my Face Away" by Keshco "Cloudz" by Jahzzar All other music by Poddington Bear
41A-Lancelot: The Stolen Child
We're back in the time of King Arthur, picking up right about where we stopped off last time (though you don't need to have heard last time to listen today). We'll be talking about the story of Lancelot - where this incredibly important character came from and whyhe's knowas Lancelot of the Lake (spoiler alert, he grew up in a lake). Merlin gets weird, and we catch up with a certain lion-befriending knight that helped to kick off this whole podcast. The creature is the bouncy bear who is basically a bullet-proof superhero...if all superheroes didwaseat horses and sleep. Sponsors! A new podcast - Remarkable Lives, Tragic Deaths:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/remarkable-lives.-tragic-deaths./id1137724528?mt=2 Audible.com:http://www.audible.com/myths American Gods on Audible:http://www.audible.com/pd/Sci-Fi-Fantasy/American-Gods-The-Tenth-Anniversary-Edition-A-Full-Cast-Production-Audiobook/B0055274U2/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1470797939&sr=1-1 Discussion post:https://www.myth...
Egyptian Mythology: The Master Namer
Starting at the beginning of the universe and going to the beginning of the epic and mildly disturbing battles between Set and his nephew Horus
104-Egyptian Mythology: The First Avenger
The battles of Horus and Set rage for 90 years along the Nile.
110-Viking Myths: Alone
Odin. Jotunheim. Shin Tinder. We're back in Norse mythology with the legendary story of Hadingus
Hercules Pt. 1: Strength in Suffering
Of all the mythological figures of Ancient Greece, none has maintained as much prominence as Hercules, the demigod gifted with super strength. While many of us know of Hercules's feats, his childhood and early life were defined by drastic mistakes and their gruesome consequences. Parcasters - Be sure to check out this week’s episode of Hostage where one of the most valuable races horses in the world is held for ransom!
Jason and the Golden Fleece Pt. 1
Jason crafts the finest ship ever built and crews it with the greatest men from Greek legend. This group of warriors then travels far across the sea facing beast, giants, and obstacles the likes of which have never been seen before. The fleece soon proves to be more difficult to acquire than Jason could have possibly imagined. Sponsors! BetterHelp - Mythology listeners get 10% off your first month with discount code MYTH. Go to BetterHelp.com/Myth. Robinhood - Robinhood is giving listeners of Mythology a FREE stock like Apple, Ford, or Sprint to help you build your portfolio. Sign up at Mythology.Robinhood.com.
Osiris and Isis Pt. 1: Good Intentions, Evil Siblings
Together they wish to lead the world to peace and prosperity, but their tyrannical grandfather stands in their way. When Isis figures out how to gain power, a nefarious villain would soon enact a plot against them that would change the fate of Egypt forever. Sponsors! Upstart - Hurry to Upstart dot com slash MYTHOLOGY to find out HOW LOW your Upstart rate is!
Born into slavery during the early 1800s in Maryland, she survived a tragic, violent childhood before ultimately escaping and gaining her own freedom. Unsatisfied, Harriet Tubman embarked on a mission of liberation, freeing slaves and shepherding them to the North via the Underground Railroad. Sponsors! Robinhood - Robinhood is giving listeners of Historical Figures a FREE stock like Apple, Ford, or Sprint to help you build your portfolio. Sign up at Historical.Robinhood.com.
In the late 15th Century, explorer Christopher set out with on a mission that had never been attempted before: cross the Atlantic Ocean and find an alternate route to Asia. Instead, he landed in the Caribbean, and set himself up to be credited as the "man who discovered America". In reality, Columbus was a zealot and an egomaniac who oversaw the death and enslavement of thousands of native Americans. Parcasters - You won’t want to miss this special episode on American icon John McCain on HOSTAGE, wherever you get your shows. Listen now at parcast.com/hostage
Since he was a child, it was apparent that Robin had a special ability to make others laugh. He often described his home life in Chicago as lonely, and used his sense of humor to garner attention from his parents. But deep down Robin battled a darkness that would never go away. Sponsors! Audible - For a limited time, you can get 3 months of Audible for just $6.95 a month when you go to Audible.com/HISTORICAL or text HISTORICAL to 500 500.
David Wins a Kid's Choice Award
On this week's show... David and Jason talk about David's big win at the Kid's Choice Awards and the sentimental texts that went on after the show. Plus, David goes to the doctor, Jason hits his daughter's open house and Joe brings the wettest Teenie Weenie Podcast yet. Welcome to VIEWS. Check out Jason and David's vlogs, here: David's YouTube Channel Jason's YouTube Channel And buy merch HERE
What We Do In The Shadows: A Comedy With Bite
The comedy series What We Do In The Shadows imagines what a slacker reality show might look like if all the roommates were vampires. The show is based on a 2014 film of the same name, which was helmed by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi. A new cast of vampires inhabits the FX show.
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