Sunday, July 06, 2008

Podcast #151 - Three Year Birthday for Speaking of History and My Top Ten Episodes


Hello. Today is the 3 year anniversary of the creation of the Speaking of History podcast! I never thought when I sat down on my living room couch with an i-River mp3 player on July 7, 2005 that I will still be doing this today and have 150 episodes online. Creating the podcast is a blast and today I thought I would go back and list my favorite episodes of all time. Some are special because of the content and some are unique for other reasons.

I have provided a link to each of these posts which contain a direct link to the audio. You can also see photos which accompany the podcast and additional information such as links to related material.

If you have any thoughts or ideas please leave a comment on this blog entry or e-mail me directly at speakingofhistory@gmail.com

Direct link to Speaking of History #151 - Three Year Birthday for Speaking of History and My Top Ten Episodes - MP3 Audio File - 18:26 Minutes



The Top Ten Episodes


#1 - Teaching the Declaration of Independence as a Break Up Letter - Episode #120 - September 30, 2007

#2 - Walking Pickett's Charge at Gettysburg - Episode #105 - July 4, 2007

#3 - Touring the USS Midway in San Diego - Episode #34 - July 9, 2006

#4 - Author Interview with Thomas Wheeler of "Mr. Lincoln's T-Mails" - Episode #79 - April 6, 2007



#5 - Jerry Armstrong of the Glory Road Team Discusses the 1966 Texas Western National Championship - Episode #66 and #67 - February 14, 2007


#6 - Travel Tips for Visiting Washington DC - Episode #27 - June 17, 2006


#7 - Create A Family Memory - Episode #128 - December 12, 2007


#8 - Scottsbluff National Monument - Episode #147 - June 20, 2008


#9 - John Dillingham Presentation on the Life of Alexander Doniphan from the Truman Library - Episode #83 - May 24, 2007


#10 - Ford's Theatre in Washington DC - Episode #70 - February 23, 2007

photo of cupcake is from Flickr and contributed by wishymom

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