Here are the top 6 History podcasts on Podyssey.
Top Episodes This Week
These are the top History podcast episode recommendations from the Podyssey community of podcast lovers this week.
Chapter 1: "The system failed us"
by Canary: The Washington Post Investigates
A woman was sexually assaulted by an up-and-coming chef in DC while she was jogging. Turns out the guy is a serial sexual attacker. The guy just gets a slap on the wrist from the judge and was never properly monitored by the government. The judge sounded sympathetic to the woman's case, but he may hold dark secrets of his own... The sad thing is that this type of attack and lack of justice is probably way more commonplace than we think 😭
We Speak: Verónica
Verónica was born in Colombia, lives in Miami and speaks Spanish fluently, but she doesn't sound Colombian and Colombians tells her so. She takes lessons because she wants to desperately sound more Colombian, but other people are jealous of her unique accent. This episode is a heartwarming celebration of how an accent can be a beautiful combination of roots and migration history.
COVID-19 and Japanese "Mindo" in Colonial Korea on the Record with Dr. Michael Kim (Yonsei)
by Japan on the Record
Easter Sunday | Chapter 1
by The Baron of Botox
An interesting investigative series about the doctor that gave the stars their fountain of youth, but decided to take his life suddenly shaking up the celebrity world. The most surprising thing so far is that Karlie Kloss was his client?!? 😲
2004, Bush vs. Kerry: Do or Die
by American Elections: Wicked Game
Weekly history and countdown to modern elections
The Foolkiller Pt 1: Tears Falling from The Sky
by The Constant: A History of Getting Things Wrong
The story of the bizarre discovery of a submarine at the bottom of the Chicago River starts with one of the most tragic events in the city's history (no, not the Great Fire). Looking forward to pt 2 and beyond