Mike Duncan's Revolutions Podcast gives a broad overview of revolutions, the most recent is on The Mexican Revolution.
https://vimeo.com/314222128 "In 1932 a young, Danish woman went as the first Danish nurse to the sparsely populated Greenlandic east coast. She trained as a nurse with the sole purpose of going to Greenland, but she didn’t get to live there for a year. One night she went out into the frozen landscape. She walked out … Continue reading The Woman on the Ice on Vimeo
"For the third year, The Bello Collective is proud to share with you our list of 100 outstanding podcasts. The selections in this list were determined by The Bello Collective writers, editors, and friends, and appear in no particular order. For each show, we have highlighted either a favorite episode or series. If you want … Continue reading 100 Outstanding Podcasts of 2018 – Bello Collective
This AskReddit thread has over 16k comments. If you are looking for a new podcast to listen to, you're probably going to find something of interest in it. There are so many good podcasts, but let me put in a good word for Over The Edge on KPFA on Dan Carlin's Hardcore History.
Given the narrow range of political thought in the United States and how easily moderate right politicians like Obama, Clinton, and Carter are painted as "leftists", treat yourself to a dose of something a lot more left than Bernie Sanders to give you a bit more perspective of what leftism entails and how it is … Continue reading Revolutionary Left Radio
"Seeing White" is a 14 part series on the Scene on Radio podcast exploring the construction of white identity in the United States and the institutional structures of white supremacy that underpin it.