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The History Chicks
Two women. Half the population. Several thousand years of history. About an hour.
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4.7 stars from 7,246 ratings
Mary Queen of Scots
This podcast has so much potential to make history approachable and relevant, but they get many of the facts just plain wrong - or present some random idea AS fact. If this is the only podcast you’re going to listen to on a subject, that may not bother you, but if you’ve listened to 15 different...Read full review »
Dragonman245627 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/06/21
Thank you for the wonderful show
I have been listening to The History Chicks for years, but I can’t fully express how thankful I am to Susan and Beckett for what this show has meant to me particularly during the past year. Throughout the chaos and tragedy of the pandemic, each episode has kept me company, given me a mental...Read full review »
Maria in Pittsburgh via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/04/21
AMAZING ❤️
I love this podcast.I love history ,but most history podcasts can be boring and dry ,but The History Chicks is fun and interesting. I have been listening to this every night for the last four years.
be yourself5551 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/03/21
Recent Episodes
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Published 05/10/21
In Part 3, Maya Angelou has stretched to fill many spheres of influence; she gathered accolades as she climbed and was generous with her experiences. Her lantern of wisdom shone all over the world, lighting the way ahead for others to follow.
Published 04/28/21
Part 2 is a roller coaster! Maya Angelou faced some of her greatest challenges during this period of her life, and handled them all with the true grit we've come to expect of her. And then she triumphed in three separate spheres, one right after another; theater, journalism, and political activism.
Published 04/21/21
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