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The Future Grind podcast explores the future through science, technology, business, and philosophy
On episode 4 of the Uncomfortable Conversations Speaker Series Podcast, we speak with Erin and Dave Ninehouser of the Hear Yourself Think Project about modern propaganda, the influence of slanted media, and how to have civil conversations for the sake of our democracy.
The Live Mike Podcast
On episode 7 of the Live Mike Podcast with Mike Romigh, Mike talks with Mary Niederberger of Public Source about the tough issues facing Pennsylvania’s public education system, including forced mergers, unfair taxes, and racist attitudes.
On this episode of Argot: Audio Short Stories from the Veteran Voices of Pittsburgh Oral History Initiative Collection, Pittsburgh WWII veteran Al Armandariz recalls the humane treatment given to army mules used in the China-Burma-India Theater.
On episode 9 of the Little Beaver Historical Society Podcast, we talk with Beaver County history author Jay Paisley about his current book project documenting Legionville—the nation’s first military training base established by Major General “Mad” Anthony Wayne in 1792.
Beaver County History Podcast
On episode 8 of the Beaver County History Podcast, host Scott Reinard talks about the archeological site “Thirty-Six BV-9,” Beaver County’s world-famous pre-historic discovery buried along the banks of the Ohio River.
Legends & Lore Podcast
On episode 18 of Tony Lavorgne’s Legends & Lore Podcast, Tony tells the well known short tale of The Mold Man, a mysterious account of an unsettled corpse that refuses its final resting place.
Starting in 2019, the Rochester Area Heritage Society Podcast will begin sharing episodes of RAHS's "Travel Back in Time Speaker Series."
(NEW) Sonic Essay Podcast
On this episode of the Sonic Essay Podcast, we reach deep into the TSVP community oral history archive and feature Joe “Sonny” Fogle’s story about how he became a coal miner in the Allegheny River Valley region near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Veteran Voices Oral History Podcast
Alex Dyga of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a Pearl Harbor survivor. He joined the Army just months prior to the Japanese attack on the islands. When the attack came, Alex was stationed on Hawaii as a “mule skinner.” He would serve the entire war on Hawaii. Until his death in October 2018, he was one of two living Pittsburgh survivors of Pear Harbor.