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Tides of History

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Tides of History

Wondery / Patrick Wyman

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New episodes come out Thursdays for free, with 1-week early access for Wondery+ subscribers. Everywhere around us are echoes of the past. Those echoes define the boundaries of states and countries, how we pray and how we fight. They determine what money we spend and how we earn it at work, what language we speak and how we raise our children. From Wondery, host Patrick Wyman, PhD (“Fall Of Rome”) helps us understand our world and how it got to be the way it is.
 
Dark Tides is a biweekly improvised audio drama series, set in the Hookba Archipelago. The show follows Ernest Marsh, a newly commissioned Park Ranger arriving in the Archipelago. And Allister Stern, a local conspiracy theorist and aspiring cryptozoologist. Together these young investigators unravel a twisted mystery of disappearances and fatal encounters with the uncanny as they search for the truth. Can you trust the voices in your head? Can you survive the troubled waters? Beware the Dark ...
 
Making Waves not Medium Waves... There is a talk show beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as The Buccaneers Bar and as timeless as 11am - 3:30pm on a Tuesday. It is the middle ground between breakfast and going home, between tropical birds and wild cards, and it lies between the beginning of a month and the thesaurus of the month. This is the dimension of imagination. It is a transmission known as EPIC MW. Created during Making Waves Sessions and released nearly on t ...
 
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Tides

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Tides Podcast

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Tides is the story of Dr. Winifred Eurus, a xenobiologist trapped on an unfamiliar planet with hostile tidal forces. She must use her wits, sarcasm and intellectual curiosity to survive long enough to be rescued. But there might be more to life on this planet than she expected. . .
 
When we share with one another through raw conversations and reflection, we can learn how to better manage the challenges and transitions in our lives. KeAnna and Bridget interview women who are willing to vulnerably share their experiences with healing and mental health. The hosts then reflect on what they learned from the interview. Each episode provides tips and best practices for tackling the real challenges that are a part of all of our lives.
 
We can gain great knowledge through telling and listening to other people’s stories. Each episode tells a new story of challenges, obstacles, accomplishments, and triumphs for you to learn from and change your own life. Let their stories serve as your inspiration.
 
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The Tides Show

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The Tides Show

KMIH 88.9 The Bridge

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The Tides Show is all about kindness and education around mental health and the lgbtq+ community. Listen to educate yourself on a wide variety on topics from supporting others, how to best honor yourself and those around you, and how to advocate for what you need. Listen in your car or anywhere else to relax, and to join Renn in the journey of mental health destigmatization!
 
Chiang Monglin (1886-1964) was president of Peking University in the 1930s. Via this book, readers can relive the quiet village life of his childhood, the fast-changing urban life of his teen years and the impact of his growing awareness of Western thought, and the years of studying abroad that would shape his thinking. This takes place against the background of the end of dynastic rule in China and the country's transition into a republic, a journey full of social change, conflict, and war.
 
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We're often told that trade was central to the interconnected world of the late Bronze Age, but what were people really trading? Why did trade matter so much? And what happened when that trade disappeared? Professor Sarah Murray is an archaeologist and an expert on the economy of Mycenaean Greece - and how and why it fell apart. Patrick's book is n…
 
Feed The Machine is a short mini series that tells the story of three inderviduals as they are thrown into a situation beyond their comprehension. It is a tragedy of multidimensional proportions. It is also a prequel to our main show, Dark Tides, aka, it ain't something you're gonna want to miss! Once it was a a Patreon only series, now it is avali…
 
The term "Bronze Age Collapse" is by now common, but what do we actually mean when we talk about "collapse?" Is it a matter of political reorganization or something rather more drastic? In the case of the Bronze Age, we have a copious material and written record to help us understand what actually happened around 1200 BC, and how it affected the pe…
 
Feed The Machine is a short mini series that tells the story of three inderviduals as they are thrown into a situation beyond their comprehension. It is a tragedy of multidimensional proportions. It is also a prequel to our main show, Dark Tides, aka, it ain't something you're gonna want to miss! Once it was a a Patreon only series, now it is avali…
 
The late Bronze Age was a time of powerful empires and intense competition between them. Never before had true states covered such a large area, or had such resources to devote to politicking and fighting with one another. The result was war on a scale never before seen in human history. Patrick's book is now available! Get The Verge: Reformation, …
 
Feed The Machine is a short mini series that tells the story of three inderviduals as they are thrown into a situation beyond their comprehension. It is a tragedy of multidimensional proportions. It is also a prequel to our main show, Dark Tides, aka, it ain't something you're gonna want to miss! Once it was a a Patreon only series, now it is avali…
 
What was it like to be a regular person in ancient Egypt? What did people do when they got sick or injured? Professor Anne Austin is an Egyptologist and bioarchaeologist who studies health and disease using both texts and human remains, allowing us to answer questions about the bodily experience of ancient life in ways we never thought possible. Pa…
 
Feed The Machine is a short mini series that tells the story of three inderviduals as they are thrown into a situation beyond their comprehension. It is a tragedy of multidimensional proportions. It is also a prequel to our main show, Dark Tides, aka, it ain't something you're gonna want to miss! Once it was a a Patreon only series, now it is avali…
 
We know the late Bronze Age world eventually collapsed, but what made it a world in the first place? The answer lies in the intense connections - trade, politics, and culture - that tied together a vast area of the ancient world, from Mycenaean Greece to Elamite Iran and the Caucasus Mountains to the Upper Nile in Nubia. Patrick's book is now avail…
 
When we think about ancient Egypt, the vast majority of our attention goes to its elite: pharaohs, queens, priests, and nobles. But the elite made up only the tiniest portion of the population. What about the people who built the pyramids, royal tombs, great temples, and palaces? What can we know about them? A great deal, as it turns out. Patrick's…
 
If we know one thing about the Bronze Age world, we know that it collapsed. But what made it a world? And why did it fall apart? There's nobody better to ask than Professor Eric Cline, who literally wrote the book - 1177 BC - on the end of the Bronze Age. Patrick's book is now available! Get The Verge: Reformation, Renaissance, and Forty Years that…
 
Kings are one of the constants of ancient Egypt's long history. But what, exactly, were kings supposed to do, and how did ancient Egyptians understand the role of their king? Professor Laurel Bestock is one of the world's leading experts on the institution of kingship in ancient Egypt, as well as an experienced archaeologist, and she brings several…
 
Egypt's New Kingdom lasted for more than 400 years. In that time, Egypt changed dramatically, weathering ups, downs, and turmoil of all kinds. Much of that turmoil centered around a religious visionary who also happened to be pharaoh: Akhenaten, father of the famous Tutankhamun, whose incredible tomb and less-than-impressive reign was a reflection …
 
Most of what we think we know about ancient Egypt is actually things we know about the New Kingdom, the last of Egypt's three classical golden ages: an empire stretching into the Near East and Nubia, warrior kings leading armies of chariots, the lavish tombs of the Valley of the Kings, and the well-preserved faces of royal mummies. Patrick's book i…
 
Sea levels rise, hills erode, and rivers change course over decades and centuries, dramatically affecting how people choose to live in their landscapes. Professor Mike Carson is an expert in the study of archaeological landscapes in the ancient Pacific, and his work has provided incredible insights into how the ancient speakers of the Austronesian …
 
The grand finale of the epic Dark Tides prequel series: The Ever-Pleasant Mr Bates comes to it's climatic conclusion. Many twists, turns, battles and everything else you could hope for awaits in this nearly 2 hour long final episode! I hope you enjoy, The Master of Mercy! Content Warning: Swearing, mature scenes and horror themes and extreme violen…
 
When we think of the Middle Ages, the first thing that comes to mind is usually knights in shining armor. Chivalry - the ideal of behavior that guided knights - was a major force in medieval life. Honor and piety, bravery and reputation: these were core values for the secular elite. We explore what they actually meant to medieval people. Patrick's …
 
Star Carr, located in the Yorkshire region of northern England, is one of the world's richest archaeological sites, a waterlogged window onto the European Mesolithic more than 11,000 years ago. Professor Chantal Conneller spent more than a decade excavating at Star Carr, and she joins me to talk about this enigmatic and little-known but incredibly …
 
The circle closes in around our cast as their numbers dwindle they seek the aid of anyone remaining in the town they can find, but are they walking into a trap? Weaver and the mysterious woman face off in a battle that will shake the very earth beneath their feet. Content Warning: Swearing, mature scenes and horror themes and extreme violence! The …
 
On this episode, Bridget and KeAnna speak with Purna Devi, a Spiritual Mentor, Reiki Master, Medium and Past-Life Regression Guide. Together they explore these healing modalities through a trauma informed lens. Purna shares with us some of her personal history as well as ways in which we can use these Reiki and Past Life Regression to retrain our b…
 
Of all the Austronesian-speaking peoples, none have gone further than the Polynesians. Professor Patrick Vinton Kirch of the University of Hawaii is one of the world's leading experts on the Polynesian voyages and colonization of the Pacific, and we discuss how, why, and with what impact the Polynesians spread out over half of the planet. Patrick's…
 
The first wave of migration out of Taiwan brought speakers of Austronesian to the northern reaches of the Philippines, the homeland of the Malayo-Polynesians. From there, they spread out over a vast swathe of Southeast Asia and Oceania, eventually moving to the distant reaches of Indonesia and the previously uninhabited spaces of Remote Oceania. Pa…
 
The last remains of Mercy's Creek go head to head with the Forerunners in the battle of their lives to make it to morning. Who will survive the Master of Destruction? Content Warning: Swearing, mature scenes and horror themes and extreme violence! The Ever-Pleasant Mr Bates is part of Dark Tides season 3, a collection of shorter shows that will be …
 
More than 4,000 years ago, a remarkable migration - one of the great journeys in human history - began in Taiwan. Within just a thousand years, people speaking the Austronesian languages spread out everywhere from the Philippines to Borneo to the previously uninhabited islands of Vanuatu and Fiji in Remote Oceania. Patrick's book is now available! …
 
In this episode, Bridget and KeAnna interview Cherese Alcorn, a psychotherapist and mental health practitioner who shares her journey of healing through therapy. Cherese shares how through her journey of healing she realized that her trauma led her to a career in social work and service to others. Healing herself inspired her to help heal others, a…
 
The harsh, unforgiving conditions of the Andes and the nearby Pacific coastline make it one of the best places in the world to study the relationship between people and their environment. Professor Jason Nesbitt is an expert on the archaeology of the Andes and has extensively worked on how ancient people in the region organized themselves to deal w…
 
The brutality of the night appears to be fading away as our gang take one last moment to talk and reconnect while they wait for the storm to finally hit. This is the moment they begin to question how Bate's knows so much about them? Content Warning: Swearing, mature scenes and horror themes! The Ever-Pleasant Mr Bates is part of Dark Tides season 3…
 
China's Shang Dynasty is something of an enigma. It produced the earliest written evidence in China, in the form of inscribed oracle bones, and decades of archaeology have shed light on its capital city and society. Yet much about it is still unclear, including precisely how the Shang understood themselves and their world. Professor Rod Campbell is…
 
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