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In this Replay episode, we revisit the Season 1 finale in which Nat covers the assassination of President James Garfield and the man who was insane enough to carry out the deed.
In this episode of “What’s Going On?”, Nat summarizes the G20 Summit that recently concluded in Rome.
Greek myths are so detailed that sometimes they seem real! In a light-hearted episode, Nat and Jac discuss two famous Greek Myths and what they symbolize in the real world.
You've all seen the image of Che Guevara plastered on posters, T-shirts and bumper stickers, but do you really know the history behind this iconic image? In this episode, Nat covers the controversial and secretive life of Che Guevara and how he become an
Despite the erroneous displays and spellings of "voodoo" in the western world and media, Vodou is actually an ancient religion passed down for centuries throughout West Africa. In this episode, learn about the history of one of the only traditional Africa
An evil sorcerer, undercover spy, and the secret lover of the Empress. A man of great mystery and intrigue, the infamous Rasputin has been called all these names and more. But do we really know the full story? In this episode, Nat uncovers the unbelievabl
Did you know Singapore used to be part of Malaysia? With its ideal location, bustling economy, and cultural melting pot you'd think any country would snatch at the opportunity to merge with Singapore, but this wasn't the case. In This episode, Jac explain
During our mid-season break, we will be revisiting some of our favorite episodes from past seasons. In this episode, Jac covers the Space Race between the Soviet Union and the US.
In this episode of "What's Going On?" with Nat, we talk about the recent developments following the U.S.'s withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.
In this special collaboration with the Scrolls & Leaves podcast, Jac and Nat discuss the not so distant history of Canadian residential schools for Indigenous children. You've probably hear a lot about these "schools" in the news recently, but do you