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NOISER
Short History Of...
History is full of the extraordinary. Each week, we'll transport you back in time to witness history's most incredible moments and remarkable people. New episodes Mondays, or a week early for Noiser+ subscribers. With Noiser+ you'll also get ad-free listening and exclusive content. For more information, head to noiser.com/subscriptions For advertising enquiries, email [email protected] Hosted by John Hopkins. Production: Katrina Hughes, Kate Simants, Nicole Edmunds, Jacob Booth, Dorry Macaulay, Rob Plummer, Cody Reynolds-Shaw. Compositions by Oliver Baines, Dorry Macaulay, Tom Pink.
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4.8 stars from 5,500 ratings
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2571 laddi via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/01/24
Narration is so dreamy
Came for the history, stayed for the narration. Think I’m in love with the Paul/ John dream team! My 11 year old loved the Titanic episode. Usually impossible to get a podcast for kids that isn’t patronising.
QinLiCi via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/28/24
Awesome Podcast
Has someone who enjoys history a lot, this podcast has been great, no complaints, each episode is packed with information and it’s very nice to listen to, no annoying voices or questionable sound effects, I would recommend this podcast to anyone who likes history or wants to learn a good amount...Read full review »
Potato1Peep via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 02/22/24
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