Monthly Archives: March 2011

Five Real-life Amazons


Amazons are a well-known element of mythology, but are there any historical figures that could be considered real-life Amazons? Listen in as Deblina and Sarah traverse the globe to find five examples of historical Amazons. Advertisements

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Прокуратура скрыла материалы, доказывающие невиновность.


30.03.2011, 13:41:26 Версия для печати | PDA/КПК Здание Верховного суда США. Фото с сайта supremecourt.gov Просидевшему по ошибке 18 лет американцу отказали в компенсации Жителю Луизианы, который по ошибке провел в заключении 18 лет, отказано в выплате 14 миллионов долларов … Continue reading

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Little Queen for President


In 1872, the Equal Rights Party nominated Victoria Woodhull for president, but her radical views and an personal scandal caused her to lose many supporters. In this episode, Sarah and Deblina recount the life of the first woman to run … Continue reading

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Dr. Livingstone, I presume?


David Livingstone was a missionary working in Africa, and for six years he lost contact with the western world. In this episode, Deblina and Sarah recount the adventures of Livingstone and Henry Stanley, the journalist who found Livingstone in Africa.

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Who is India’s Joan of Arc?


Lakshmi Bai was born into wealthy family in 1830, but she was far from the typical aristocrat. In this episode, Deblina and Sarah recount the life and work of Lakshmi Bai, from her youth to her instrumental role in the … Continue reading

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Lambert the Pretender, Irish-crowned King


Lambert Simnel was born into a humble position, but over the course of his life he became both a pretender to the throne and an imposter. Tune in to learn how this young man was used as a pawn in … Continue reading

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The Mystery of Saint-Ex


Since its publication in 1934, The Little Prince has become one of the world’s most well-known children’s books — and the story of its author is almost as extraordinary. Tune in to learn more about the life — and disappearance … Continue reading

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