Here, you will find amazing stories about famous airplanes, historical events, or exceptional people that have changed the world of aviation or turned out to be unfairly forgotten. The stories that I tell may sound so incredible that you might think they are taken from Hollywood scripts, but they all truly happened.YouTube
Nebula Creators take a deep dive into next-level technology and new tools to super-charge their productions. Better Elevation: a Nebula Original.
Zach Highley is a medical student in Philadelphia, YouTube creator, and top percentile academic performer. In this show, Zach interviews top performers from around the world in business, life, and medicine. He analyzes what resources and techniques they used to get to the top.
A podcast by the creator of the popular YouTube channel Not Just Bikes, The Urbanist Agenda is an exploration of the latest topics in urban planning and urban mobility from your favourite urbanist YouTubers.
Politics in the UK is often turbulent and confusing, so each week the TLDR team sits down and discusses what has happened. We try to explain and analyse everything that has been going on, from scandals to speechs and policies to privelege committee investigations.
Three YouTubers make their way through the entire Warrior Cats series, investigating and over-analyzing each of the children's books by Erin Hunter. The show is great for newcomers and Warriors veterans alike! #FireAloneCanSaveOurPodcast
The Layover is Jet Lag: The Game's Nebula exclusive podcast where Ben, Sam, Adam, and guests sit down to discuss the latest episodes. Join them for behind the scenes stories, community questions, and more.
A place for film lovers to touch base weekly on what people are talking about! Each week we’ll be in your feed with reviews of current releases, interviews with artists and writers, awards show predictions! Things we loved and things we didn’t!
The Editorial is a new series from TLDR News which allows viewers a peek behind the curtain. Every other week TLDR CEO Jack Kelly and TLDR Editor in Chief Zac Michaelis sit to down to discuss what's going on at TLDR. We talk about our decision making process, why we choose the topics we do, and respond to controversy surrounding our content.
Every weekday the TLDR Team breaks down the latest news. From stories, you've seen plastered across Twitter but don't quite understand to the ones that might have slipped under the radar.
The Real Time History Podcast (formerly The Great War podcast) is hosted by Jesse from Real Time History. We are an independent production company known for The Great War and Real Time History channels on YouTube, the documentary series 16 Days in Berlin and Rhineland 45 and more. On the podcast Jesse interviews historians from around the world on their topics and current publications to bring you the newest in historic research.
Odd Time is a group podcast among an unlikely cast of characters hosted by YouTuber Charles Cornell and featuring conversations about anything and everything from music and YouTube to disturbing missed connections dug up from the depths of Craigslist. Frequently featuring an array of co-hosts including ultra-productive YouTuber Thomas Frank, 350lb monster Realtor Vinny Pallone, music and fashion extraordinaire Amrom Svay and many other regular guests.
The podcast where Kalle Flodin sits down with a fascinating individual who has been brave enough to listen to that whisper that they were carrying around inside of themselves, that voice telling them it must be more to life than what you have been told.
Was Earth really visited by mysterious extraterrestrial travelers thousands of years ago as many proponents of ”ancient astronaut theory” believe? What are the hidden secrets and mysteries behind ancient monuments and forgotten civilizations?
Cinema of Meaning is a conversational podcast that seeks to explore the depths of what cinema has to offer. Each week, we discuss an individual film to get a better understanding of its storytelling qualities, to examine its cinematic techniques, and to uncover its deeper meanings. Hosted by video essayists Tom van der Linden from the channel Like Stories of Old and Thomas Flight.
100 years after L. Frank Baum's saga that began with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, the Gale Family Farm sits abandoned in what's left of the great Kansas prairies. After her parents' messy divorce, Jessi Hugson and her mother move to Dorothy's old neighborhood for a new beginning. Things were already off to a shaky start, but when Jessi and her cousin Wallace find a jewel-studded bracelet in Dorothy's front yard...things get twisted. Twister'd, even.
The legal world comes to life in this series of audio dramas. Each episode follows one famous case from dramatic inception to the fireworks of the courtroom battle. Styled after the radio dramas of the 1940s, every case is meticulously reconstructed with sound effects, narration, music, and voice actors. At the end, you get to be the jury and guess how the case came out!
Ever wondered how the law works? Real life lawyer, Devin Stone, is on a mission to explain the most important legal issues of the day . . . and also ruin your favorite legal TV shows. From the courthouse to Night Court, LegalEagle will break it all down and teach you how to think like a lawyer.
Showmakers is presented by Brian from Real Engineering and Sam from Wendover and Half as Interesting, two up-and-coming YouTube creators. In each episode, they will speak with successful online creators to learn more about their life and craft.
Daily news analysis and insight into the cultural and personal impact of Apple and related technologies, with weekly bonus reviews and deep-dives into the products and stories that matter most.
Every episode the creators behind the popular YouTube channels 12tone and Polyphonic discuss the latest in music news, how they approach analysis and they even might touch on what they are listening to right now.
Genesis is a show all about your favorite YouTubers' origin stories. Each episode, Alex the LowSpecGamer interviews a fellow creator about how they got started on YouTube, what interests lead them there, and what they see as the future of their videos.
Our Ludicrous Future is a collaboration between Joe Scott, Tim Dodd, and Ben Sullins. We have an obsession with how wild our future is going to be given the pace of technological innovation. Each week we get together to talk about the latest from SpaceX, Tesla, The Boring Company, Neuralink, and more.
Sometimes, we (Thomas Frank and Martin Boehme) talk about stuff. Sometimes, we don't. This podcast is generally one of the former times. If you like The College Info Geek podcast, you'll probably enjoy this one, its spiritual successor.