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Stuff What You Tell Me!
| Rebellion and Resistance in History, Art and Culture
Stuff What You Tell Me! is a podcast telling stories of rebellion and resistance in history, art and culture. Created by two contrary Australians living in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, we explore the wider role of rebellion in history, by delving into the experiences of people whose lives and actions were defined by defiance. Release schedule: In keeping with our theme, we resent the imposition of scheduling agendas, so we release episodes whenever we feel like it. We aim for at least one a month, and if you don't like that then hey, stuff you.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 64 ratings
Fantastic
Awesome content, awesome host. Give it a listen.
Stu Nims via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/23/20
Just listened to the series 6 hours series about the Batavia. Sooo good. Really original storytelling and the voice of Joe is really nice to listen too. These guys know their stuff.
sstraatemans via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 08/29/19
Extremely well researched, unique and entertaining podcast!
Frossy12 via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 02/11/19
Recent Episodes
The third wave of feminism crashed into western countries during the early 1990s. Three distinct events between 1991 and 1993 have been credited with leading this new movement: the controversial testimony of Anita Hill against her former boss and supreme court nominee Clarence Thomas, an article...
Published 01/11/21
Stuff What You Tell Me comes out of one of the most remarkable countries on earth: The Netherlands. This underrated, little swamp has, for well over a millennium, punched far above its weight in terms of influencing global culture, language, philosophy, commerce, religion and cheese. Its history...
Published 03/12/19
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