Episodes
[Tw: Discussions of drug abuse, mental illness, and suicide.] A lot of episodes on this feed simply don’t happen. Because they can’t. But it doesn’t matter so much. This is just a podcast. In reality, there’s a lot of conversation that aren’t happening, and those that are--like about the extrajudicial killings of drug users in the Philippines--are just types of icebergs some people might not recognize. Sources: National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2020, July 24). Comorbidity: Substance use...
Published 03/14/21
The Political Constitution of 1899 is amazing fodder for the ‘what if’ game. Ultimately, the Philippines might not have stuck with the constitution they use today, so it’s worth thinking about what could have been. Sources: Calderón, Felipe (1907). Mis memorias sobre la revolución filipina: Segunda etapa, (1898 á 1901). Manila: Imp. de El Renacimiento. p. Appendix I, p. 17. https://archive.org/details/arb8046.0001.001.umich.edu And of course, the full Constitution -...
Published 02/14/21
Ahead of National First Philippine Republic Day, Marcy is going to go into what that holiday is celebrating, but we also should quickly go over who helped make that happen. Sources: Agoncillo, Teodoro A. (1997). Malolos: The Crisis of the Republic. University of the Philippines Press. Manilla: Philippines. Agoncillo, Teodor A. (1990). History of the Filipino people (8th ed.). Quezon City: Garotech. "Emilio Aguinaldo". Malacaňan Palace Presidential Museum and Library....
Published 01/16/21
Dreams… What odd things. They’ve meant a lot to Marcy. And they meant a lot to the indigenous Tagalog people. Check out @hugotPodcasting on Twitter! And our newest show Searching for the Aswang ---- Transcript available on our website: www.miscellanymedia.online/transcripts Music for this Episode by Sounds Like an Earful: Soundslikeanearful.com Twitter: @MiscellanyMedia Tumblr: miscellanymedia Support the project: www.ko-fi.com/mmstudios
Published 01/03/21
This wasn’t the Christmas episode we were hoping for… —- Music as always from Sounds like an Earful - SoundslikeanEarful.com
Published 12/20/20
[Apologies for the delay: ‘malfunctioning fire alarms’ is the sort of problem that compounds quickly in the podcast world.] The final act in Teresa Magbanua’s story. In some ways, it’s a familiar one. Check out @hugotPodcasting on Twitter! And our newest show Searching for the Aswang Sources: 1. Locsin-Nava, Cecelia. "Teresa Magbauna: Woman Warrior". Review of Women's Studies. Vol 6, No 1, 1996. 2. Caraccilo, Dominic J. (2005). Surviving Bataan And Beyond: Colonel Irvin Alexander's Odyssey...
Published 12/10/20
Teresa Magbanua left the spotlight, pausing her story while the rest of the world goes on. Sources: 1. Locsin-Nava, Cecelia. "Teresa Magbauna: Woman Warrior". Review of Women's Studies. Vol 6, No 1, 1996. 2. Revised Administrative Code Of The Philippine Islands Of 1917 - https://archive.org/details/RevisedAdministrativeCodeOfThePhilippineIslandsOf1917/page/n7/mode/2up 3. Seekins, Donald M. (1993), "The First Phase of United States Rule, 1898–1935", in Dolan, Ronald E. (ed.), Philippines:...
Published 11/21/20
[Editor's Note: Apologies for the delay. It was a long week in the US...] Things were supposed to go well. Or at least better than they had been. But then tragedy strikes. And a downfall begins. Sources: 1. Locsin-Nava, Cecelia. "Teresa Magbauna: Woman Warrior". Review of Women's Studies. Vol 6, No 1, 1996. 2. Foreman, John, “The Philippine Islands: a political, geographical, ethnographical, social and commercial history of the Philippine Archipelago, embracing the whole period of Spanish...
Published 11/10/20
The family bond will always be sacred, and what it generates may seem impossible. But never invincible. Source: Locsin-Nava, Cecelia. "Teresa Magbauna: Woman Warrior". Review of Women's Studies. Vol 6, No 1, 1996. Check out @hugotPodcasting on Twitter! And our newest show The Mountain's Heart ---- Transcript available on our website: www.miscellanymedia.online/transcripts Music for this Episode by Sounds Like an Earful: Soundslikeanearful.com Twitter: @MiscellanyMedia Tumblr:...
Published 10/25/20
{CW/TW Canon Fire in the beginning of the podcast} A go-ahead from a distant shore is the beginning of the end. Teresa Magbanua’s legacy is gradually undone. Source: Foreman, John, “The Philippine Islands: a political, geographical, ethnographical, social and commercial history of the Philippine Archipelago, embracing the whole period of Spanish rule, with an account of the succeeding American insular government,” New York: 1907, C. Scribner's Sons. -...
Published 10/10/20
There was no greater prize than Iloilo City. At least for now. At least out of what they could hope for. Source: 1. Funtecha, Henry (2000). "The Urbanization of the Town of Iloilo, 1865–1900". Selected Papers on Cities in Philippine History. Philippine National Historical Society 2. Foreman, John, “The Philippine Islands: a political, geographical, ethnographical, social and commercial history of the Philippine Archipelago, embracing the whole period of Spanish rule, with an account of the...
Published 09/26/20
[Studio note: It turns out we purchased a faulty adapter for our microphone. Hence the further delay. It would be easiest for everyone if we resume the two week pattern from this point forward. Part 5 will be out on September 25th.] For all the fighting Teresa Magbanua was doing, it turned out to be a very different battle that decided her fate. Source: Pérez, L. A. (2007). The war of 1898: The United States and Cuba in history and historiography. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North...
Published 09/12/20
[Studio note: Our sincerest apologies for the delay. Equipment broke down, which required replacements that took a few days to acquire. This hopefully spells out an end to delayed releases. Next Friday will have an episode release, and a normal schedule will resume.] Battles fought. With stakes so high, Teresa Magbanua could only settle for one outcome. Sources: 1. Guererro, Milagros; Encarnacion, Emmanuel; Villegas, Ramon (1996), "Andres Bonifacio and the 1896 Revolution", Sulyap...
Published 08/29/20
The inevitable war breaks out. And so too does Teresa's call for battle. But it wasn't an easy road for her. Or any woman, really. Check out @hugotPodcasting on Twitter! Sources: 1. Guererro, Milagros; Encarnacion, Emmanuel; Villegas, Ramon (1996), "Andres Bonifacio and the 1896 Revolution", Sulyap Kultura, National Commission for Culture and the Arts, 1 (2): 3–12, archived from the original on 2010-11-15, retrieved 2009-07-08....
Published 08/08/20
Marcy found a historical figure she could connect to, and that's where she wants to begin. But it's not the sort of connection you might be thinking. Because Marcy isn't brave or strong, but she always thought she was supposed to be. And that's where Teresa Magbanua seems to come in. Source 1 - Elyang, L., 2020. Teresa Ferraris Magbanua, Visayan "Joan Of Arc.". [online] Available at: [Accessed 23 July 2020]. Source 2 - Funtecha, H., 2006. Nay Isa, The Bravest Woman Fighter Of Iloilo....
Published 07/25/20
There's a lot of history to learn. Especially historical figures. Even when you try to narrow down the list, you might find it still is impossibly long, so a shorthand trick is to be expected right? Well, in this episode, Marcy attempts to tell you why--in one instant--that isn't an idea she's thrilled about. Source: https://cnnphilippines.com/life/culture/2017/06/07/5-filipino-heroines.html Check out @hugotPodcasting on Twitter! And check out our newest show The Mountain's...
Published 07/11/20
[IMPORTANT NOTE: Schedule change. This podcase will now release epsodes every other Friday. Next week will have an episode as a reset week. Then every other Friday will start. Ingat po.] So the answer to this question really should have come by now Like how long has this podcast been running? But seriously, it's time to really stop and think what this show will be. My mosst recent book purchace:...
Published 07/04/20
So... apparently there's a very small connection between F. Landa Jocano and your humble, amateur podcast host. It's small objectively, but it means a lot to Marcy. Source: Cruz, Vida. 10.28.2013. "F. Landa Jocano, anthropologist and UP professor emeritus, passes away". gmanetwork.com. Diliman, Quezon City: GMA Network, Inc.. https://www.gmanetwork.com/news/lifestyle/content/332871/f-landa-jocano-anthropologist-and-up-professor-emeritus-passes-away/story/ Last Accessed 5.16.2020 Check out...
Published 05/17/20
Just before the massive change brought to the Philippines, there was one last trinity of deities watching over the Tagalog people. They say good things come in threes, not that the sets of things would also be in threes, I guess. Check out @hugotPodcasting on Twitter! And check out our newest show The Mountain's Heart Thanks to the Aswang Project! - https://www.aswangproject.com/bathala/ ---- Transcript available on our website: www.miscellanymedia.online/transcripts Music for this Episode...
Published 05/02/20
Published 05/02/20
Back to Tagalog mythology, the third set of gods reveal themselves. And with them comes some shifts in Tagalog history. Check out @hugotPodcasting on Twitter! And check out our newest show The Mountain's Heart - launching April 20th! ---- Transcript available on our website: www.miscellanymedia.online/transcripts Music for this Episode by Sounds Like an Earful: Soundslikeanearful.com Twitter: @MiscellanyMedia Tumblr: miscellanymedia Support the project: www.ko-fi.com/mmstudios
Published 04/20/20
[So this has been a really taxing and scary time for me because of a close call with my family in the Philippines. For now nondescript, but I think you can imagine why I might be super worried for my older family members right now. Overall, be kind to yourself and others. We can make it through this. Ingat po.] Back to Tagalog mythology, in a religion where deities can die, what comes next? Why, other anitos rise to take their place, of course! One trinity came to an end, and another rose...
Published 04/05/20
In such challenging times, stay safe. Ingat po! Hugot Podcasting will be releasing an audio fiction show next month: The Mountain's Heart. This episode, let's look a little bit into the inspiration behind this show. Check out @hugotPodcasting on Twitter! And check out our newest show Temporal Light ---- Transcript available on our website: www.miscellanymedia.online/transcripts Music for this Episode by Sounds Like an Earful: Soundslikeanearful.com Twitter: @MiscellanyMedia Tumblr:...
Published 03/18/20
Marcy wanted to talk about Filipino writers who won Filipino awards, so what was it so difficult?!?! And check out our newest show Temporal Light ---- Transcript available on our website: www.miscellanymedia.online/transcripts Music for this Episode by Sounds Like an Earful: Soundslikeanearful.com Twitter: @MiscellanyMedia Tumblr: miscellanymedia Support the project: www.ko-fi.com/mmstudios And check out The Oracle of Dusk or Aishi Online wherever you are listening to this podcast
Published 02/16/20
When the new thing you learned is that something exists... A religious icon you had seen dozens of times before but never thought about. Check out @hugotPodcasting on Twitter! Sources: Sison, Antonio D. (2015). "Afflictive Apparitions: The Folk Catholic Imaginary in Philippine Cinema". Material Religion. Routledge. 11 (4): 421–442. Jaime C. Laya (2001). Letras Y Figuras. Manila: Anvil. pp. 89–90. ISBN 978-971-27-1143-5. Elizabeth H. Pisares (1999). Daly City is My Nation: Race,...
Published 02/02/20