The podcasts below are fun or informative or both. I love podcasts because they are a relaxing way to learn more about things you have heard of but might not know about or understand them in a way that you would like.
-Stuff You Missed in History Class: This podcast is fun and a good way to fill in some gaps in your history knowledge. Most of the topics are familiar but are a nice refresher.
-In Our Time: This podcast is by BBC and is broken down into the categories of history, culture and philosophy. The next episode of this podcast will be about the life of Pocahontas.
-Past & Present: This is Colonial Williamsburg's podcast and focuses on the Colonial period.
- Backstory Radio: This podcast focuses on current events placed in their historical context.
-Journal of American History Podcast: Interviews with the authors in the publication.
-History According to Bob: History according to a history teacher of 29 years.
-European Civilization from the Renaissance to the Present: A course from Berkley, You can also follow along with the readings. Not so much a podcast but still an interesting set of lectures.
-The China history Podcast: 5,000 years of Chinese culture.
-Military History Podcast: "Bringing you the strangest anecdotes, innovative technology, and most significant events of Military History."
-The Egyptian History Podcast: Only published once a month, this podcast focuses on ancient Egypt.
Are there any good ones I missed? I know I'm missing a few popular ones. What podcasts do you listen to?