I’ve been doing a lot of preparation for season 2, and I’m very excited about the content coming up!
Before season 2 gets started though, I wanted to make an announcement regarding the continuity of the podcast, and give a little reasoning for how I came to this decision:
Geeked on History will no-longer have a strict release schedule.
When I decided to start up a history podcast, I did so because I wanted a new hobby that utilized one of my life-long passions. I’ve always been a nerd when it comes to modern history, and I wanted to make a podcast that gave me the opportunity to share that passion with others like myself, but also enrich my understanding with research on topics that were of a particular interest to me.
After having more time between seasons 1 and 2, I’ve been able to do the research on those topics with the amount of time I really feel like I deserve, and more importantly, that the topics deserve in order for me to be able to cover all of the nuances properly.
I feel that doing the podcast without an arbitrary schedule will produce the kind of podcast I had intended to produce from day one.
I hope that you all will see the difference, and that the podcast reflects the kind of quality that I had intended for it from day one.
The early days of industry are fraught with negligence and death thanks to the lack of accountability on the barons of big business. Few industrial accidents match the scale and absurdity of the often overlooked Boston molasses flood of 1919.
We’ve all heard the name at some point, but just what was this place? Part dance club, part brothel, part hippie commune, the Moulin Rouge might be one of the most fascinating topics for the Geeked on History podcast yet!
What’s that? You say you’ve never heard the Anacreontic Song before? I’m willing to bet that you have! Learn the history of the song and why it’s important to both British and American culture in this brief Flash Edition podcast.
In the final part of the Andrew Jackson series we ask the question, has there ever been a president more into dueling? We round out our three part series on Andrew Jackson through an assassination attempt, and his death.
Hey, who’s that guy on the 20? In honor of President’s day 2014, this episode kicks off a 3 part series on one of the most masculine US presidents there ever was. Impress your girlfriend by trying your best to emulate him while walking around your house by dealing out some raw justice and being lippy to British commanding officers!
If Andrew Jackson had been an animal….scratch that….Andrew Jackson WAS an animal. He was a bear of a man, and if you don’t believe me then have a listen!