Waking Up in Heavenby Crystal McVea
The Men Who United the Statesby Simon Winchester
The Butlerby Wil Haygood
The Blind Sideby Michael Lewis
Three Cups of Teaby Greg Mortenson
Tangentially Speaking Podcastby Christopher Ryan
Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things Podcastby Keri Drugan
Journals: Out Loud Podcastby Louise Palanker
Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids Podcastby Dan Misener
Everyday Superhumans Podcast
First published in 1845, the Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass became Frederick Douglass's most well known work. It is as the name implies his autobiography.
The year was 1944. The village of Sighet in Hungary had been grasped by the evil and unrelenting hand of Hitler, and its people...
With the the LearnOutLoud Biography podcast series we will explore the lives of notable people throughout history.
Not long after I moved with my family to a small town in New Hampshire, I happened upon a path...
Carnegie Mellon Professor Randy Pausch (Oct. 23, 1960 - July 25, 2008) gave his last lecture at the university Sept. 18, 2007, before a packed McConomy Auditorium.
Writer John Howard Griffin decided to perform an experiment in order to learn from the inside out how one race could withstand the second class citizenship imposed on it by another race....
Two kids with the same name lived in the same decaying city. One went on to be a Rhodes Scholar, decorated combat veteran, White House Fellow, and business leader. The other is serving a life sentence in prison. Here is the story of two boys and the journey of a generation.
American biography is a podcast that looks at American history through a human prism by examining the lives of important, if less discussed, Americans who have exerted great influence upon the nation's development.
August 6, 1945. Hiroshima, Japan. The first atom bomb was dropped on this city, killing 100,000...
Byte Sized biographies of the famous, the infamous and the quirky in less than hour.