Audibly Speaking: Listening to History
This podcast is South Georgia State College’s contribution to the commemoration of Constitution Day in 2021. In deference to the pandemic there will be no face to face presentation, but this (socially
In this short story by Doyle, Holmes is near death from an exotic tropical disease? Or is he? It seems that he has met his match in the form of a new Moriarty. Or has he? You will have to liste
Amanda Mehl, actor and co-founder of the Public Citizen Theater (PCT) in Portland, Oregon, is our special guest today on AudiblySpeaking. She has acted in several productions for the PCT since 2016,
On this special episode of the podcast, I speak with Rebecca DuMaine, an exciting jazz singer with the Dave Miller Trio, based in the San Francisco Bay Area. We talk about the musical genre in which s
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Crooked Man” appeared in 1893 and subsequently in The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. It was one of the 19 most popular stories in Doyle’s catalog of favorite Holmes tales. S
What is this thing…called “white privilege?” Where does it come from and what is it all about?
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote “The Adventures of the Crooked Man” in 1892. It turned out to rank 15th on his list of 19 favorite short stories. My audio narration of the story will appear soon here on
In this classic Fireside Chat, FDR rallies the Nation two days after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. One of his finest Fireside Chats, Roosevelt cleverly ties the mission to retaliate against Jap
Rick Reiman reviews “King Richard,” Michael Dobbs’s just-published micro-history of a selected phase of the Watergate scandal, now approaching its Fiftieth anniversary.