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This week in history is an informative podcast that tackles some of the most interesting and important people and events from modern and ancient history. Your host is Dan "the viking" Gamblin who is a qualified historian and a former history teacher based in England. Feel free to contact me for any shows you might want to hear either on this page or via the podcast email. Twihpod@gmail.com Hope you enjoy what we have to offer and tell your friends about us. Remember we all have history make ...
 
When did the word “robot” enter the English language? When did the famous Sears catalogue finally bid us all adieu? On ‘This Week in Business History,’ host Scott Luton connects the dots as he leads us down memory lane, shining a light on some of the most significant leaders, companies, innovations – and even lessons learned – from our collective business history. Tune in for some of the most relevant business and global supply chain events from years past. You never know when the events of ...
 
"This Week in Black History, Society, and Culture" is a weekly podcast produced by the Black and African Diaspora Forum United (BADFU) an interracial group of faculty at Monmouth University concerned about issues pertaining to the Black/African American experience. BADFU members will periodically interview scholars, authors, activists, and community leaders on matters related to the history, society, and culture of Black and African American communities in the United States (U.S.) and beyond ...
 
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In this episode, Hettie V. Williams discusses death, love, and life with Dr. Farah Jasmine Griffin. Williams is an Associate Professor of History in the Department of History and Anthropology at Monmouth University. Dr. Griffin is inaugural chair of the African American and African Diaspora Studies Department at Columbia University where she is als…
 
Been a busy week in music history. Marty Miller from Radio Nova takes you though the week January 17th to 21st. 40 years since Ozzy Osbourne met a bat. It didn't go well. 6 Years since we said goodbye to Glenn Frey and 55 years since a story in a news paper about potholes inspired lyrics of a classic! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
 
Mays. Mantle. Snider. The 1950s were so awash in great center fielders, it's become fashionable to overlook Richie Ashburn, who was stuck on a bunch of bad teams despite being a truly deserving Hall of Famer. Sixty-two years ago this week, he was shipped from one cellar dweller to another when the Phils sent him to the Cubs. Mike and Bill talk abou…
 
In this episode of This Week in Business History, host Scott W. Luton dives into the fascinating journey of Reginald F. Lewis, whom Forbes called "the Jackie Robinson of Wall Street". Lewis was a trailblazer in many respects, with a tenacious drive, determination & work ethic that busted through any barriers in the business world. Take a listen as …
 
In this edition of This Week in Business History, Kelly Barner tells the story of the Bread and Roses strike, or the Lawrence textile strike, that took place in Massachusetts in 1912. It was a turning point in the labor movement, a moment that showed the power workers can yield if they are willing to align (despite their personal differences) and q…
 
This episode is a conversation between Dr. Hettie V. Williams, Drs. Nancy Mezey, Chad Dell and Michelle DeFossett producers of a documentary film on African Americans in World War II. Mezey and Dell are professors at Monmouth University and DeFossett is an executive with a non-profit. The story tells the history of her father and his friends who al…
 
WHAT a busy week! We lost the brilliant Ronnie Spector on Wednesday just gone, in 2016 this week we said goodbye to David Bowie and classic Elvis making a balls of it! All in less than 9 minutes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי Marty Miller
 
Rogers Hornsby revolutionized what a middle infielder could be as he became the preeminent slugger of his era in the National League. And, 80 years ago this week, that resulted in him becoming the first player elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame since the museum opened in 1939. Mike and Bill look back at Rajah's illustrious career and why in the w…
 
With Mike and Bill both on the health and safety protocol list with COVID diagnoses, and Bill having spent much of the last week stuck on I-95 somewhere in Virginia, the boys are forced to rerun an episode from the vault celebrating the amazing life of Roberto Clemente. We'll be back next week with our regular programming. Thanks for your patience!…
 
In honor of National Trivia Day, which is observed every January 4th, host Scott W. Luton tells the backstory of one of the most iconic board games in history: Trivial Pursuit. Scott shares the interesting origin of the game, key aspects of its growth, as well as how Scrabble was a big part of Trivial Pursuit's story, both in the very beginning, as…
 
Happy Christmas! Some words of brilliance from Noel Gallagher, Rick Parfit of Status Quo dies.. again, this time he didn't come back and we also lost The Clash man Joe Strummer. It's the week of December 20th to 24th in Music History. The Podcast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי Marty Miller
 
At the height of World War II, scientists in the U. S. raced to build a nuclear weapon before Germany. One of the first stages of this race, the harnessing of nuclear energy, took place beneath the grandstand of a football field in Chicago.על ידי Clint Cargile
 
In this edition of This Week in Business History, Kelly Barner takes listeners back to visit an era and a place mythologized by one of the most popular Christmas stories of all time: A Christmas Carol. The story, which was written by Charles Dickens and published in 1843, addresses a number of economic and social issues that not only marked the imp…
 
Called the heart and soul of The Big Red Machine, it was a shock when, 45 years ago this week, Cincinnati traded Tony Pérez to the Montreal Expos, breaking up their dynastic club. Why? Mike and Bill look back at Pérez's career and the changing economic structure that made the Reds think their hand was being forced. Plus, happy birthday to Charlie B…
 
2021, 50 years after it's original release, Geroge Harrison's "My Sweet Lord" gets an "official" video with an all star cast! 1974, Mick Taylor quits The Stones and from 1990, Rod Stewart announces his "banana won't be in anyone else's Fruit Bowl" He'd found THE one! It's December 13th to 17th in Music History - The Podcast, with Marty Miller from …
 
In this week's episode, host Scott W. Luton (inspired by a recent trip to Hattie B's) dives into the journeys of two iconic businesses that you probably know - - but shares aspects of their stories that you probably don't know. Take a listen to learn more about who gave Colonel Sanders his rank & how Ben & Jerry's shot down early efforts by the Dou…
 
One of the first true greats of the American League, Eddie Collins rivals only Joe Morgan and Rogers Hornsby for the title of best second baseman ever. But, with attendance waning and salaries rising, Connie Mack found he was too valuable to keep 107 years ago this week, when he sold him to the White Sox for $50,000. Mike and Bill look back at the …
 
Marty Miller from Radio Nova takes a look back at the week December 6th to 10th in Music History. This was the week, 41 years ago John Lennon was murdered. At age 73, great grandad Mick Jagger becomes a daddy again and Led Zeppelin blew the roof off the O2 London in 2007... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In this edition of This Week in Business History, Kelly Barner celebrates the birth of Clarence Birdseye, the inventor of the frozen foods industry. He worked for years to overcome a number of challenges and pioneered new solutions to a range of problems. When his path and Marjorie Merriweather Post’s crossed one fateful day on a yacht through a go…
 
Marty Miller from Radio Nova takes you through this week in Music History. The week we lost a Beatle, while another performed on the biggest selling pop album ever.. and Sex Pistols break daytime TV! It's November 29th to Dec 3rd in Music History. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי Marty Miller
 
We all know the story of how Jackie Robinson reintegrated the National League. Too often, however, when we tell his story, that's where it stops. Jackie was determined to advocate for people of color in the game and outside of it, and did so 69 years ago this week when he correctly identified the crosstown Yankees as a racist organization. Mike and…
 
Join Marty Miller with another podcast of 'This Week in Music History' - and this week we talk about loosing Michael Hutchence from INXS 29 years ago and loosing Freddie Mercury 30 years ago. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי Marty Miller
 
In this episode of This Week in Business History, host Scott W. Luton explores one of his son Ben's favorite topics: Video Games. Scott looks at several aspects related to the history of the video game industry, including several items and developments that will surprise you. So if you love all things Nintendo to Playstation to Xbox - - or even PON…
 
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