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Weekly reading of National Geographic Magazine produced by Radio Eye under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized entities that are governmental or nonprofit organizations whose primary mission is to provide copyrighted works in specialized formats to blind or disabled people. By continuing to listen, you verify you have an eligible print-reading disability.
 
National Geographic Magazine Volume 1 Number 1 published in 1889. Topics of articles are: Announcement by the National Geographic Society Introductory Address by the President Geographic Methods in Geologic Investigation Classification of Geographic Forms by Genesis The Great Storm of March 11 to 14, 1888 The Great Storm off the Atlantic Coast of the United States, March 11th to 14th, 1888 The Survey of the Coast The Survey and Map of Massachusetts (Summary by Guero)
 
The National Geographic Magazine, an illustrated monthly, the October Number. It includes the following articles: California by the Hon. George C. Perkins The Economic Aspects of Soil Erosion by Dr N. S. Shaler The Nansen Polar Expedition, Special Report of the Hon. Ernest A. Man Ice-Cliffs On The Kowak River by Lieut. J. C. Cantwell Recent Hydrographic Work, by F. H. Newell Miscellanea
 
The official companion podcast to National Geographic’s eight-part series, Trafficked with Mariana van Zeller. Join investigative journalist Mariana van Zeller after each episode as she sits down with former black market operators to hear the story of their rise, fall, boom and bust. These intimate, honest and empathetic conversations pull back the curtain on the global underworld and reveal how the people operating these trafficking rings are more like us than we realize. How did they get p ...
 
This is a narrative travel podcast about a solo female backpacker who interviews strangers she meets while backpacking. Stories of adventure traveling like National Geographic, interview style like Fresh Air, and diverse/alternative storytelling like This American Life and Snap Judgement.
 
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In this episode, we tell the tale of an impressive prank. We encounter a crisis of self-image, an impromptu dance party, emotional mess, and a sincere apology. —- Have you checked out the books that started it all? Follow the adventures of Zeus the overconfident hamster and his friends in the Zeus the Mighty series! Third book is out: bit.ly/zeusbo…
 
When Jacques Cousteau was young, an accident sent him on a path that led him to invent scuba, opening up the underwater world to humans. Today, explorers David Doubilet and Laurent Ballesta follow in his footsteps, making discoveries on their own amazing and sometimes terrifying adventures. For more information on this episode, visit nationalgeogra…
 
In Sachen Popularität macht Kanada wohl niemand was vor. Nicht umsonst gilt vielen das zweitgrößte Land der Erde als “das bessere Nordamerika”. Und doch, der lange oft menschenverachtende Umgang mit den indigenen Ureinwohnern wirft immer wieder dunkle Schatten auf das positive Image. Mit der Aufarbeitung dieses Teils seiner Geschichte hat sich Kana…
 
The companion podcast to National Geographic’s Trafficked with Mariana van Zeller. In season two, investigative journalist Mariana van Zeller goes deep with masterminds behind black markets and underground economies, including illegal plastic surgery, meth labs fueling America’s addiction crisis, and a global marijuana smuggling empire built by hig…
 
Llegado a Atenas como un desterrado, Diógenes se adhirió a la secta filosófica de los cínicos, una escuela fundada por un discípulo de Sócrates. Sin embargo, una vez instalado en la gran polis griega, ridiculizó las ideas de Platón y se rebeló contra todos los valores de una sociedad que consideraba corrupta.…
 
In this episode, we well the tale of Isis and Osiris, or Aset and Usir. We encounter sibling rivalry, playing stupid games to win stupid prizes, dying multiple times, being ripped into pieces, doing all the of the work and getting none of the credit, and the original mummy. —- Have you checked out the books that started it all? Follow the adventure…
 
Sound on! From conch shells to bone flutes, humans have been making musical instruments for tens of thousands of years. What did prehistoric music sound like? Follow us on a journey to find the oldest musical instruments and combine them into one big orchestra of human history. For more information on this episode, visit natgeo.com/overheard Want M…
 
En 1858, el gobierno británico proclamó el Imperio británico de la India, el Raj. Bajo su administración, los maharajás vivían en palacios de ensueño, entregados a una vida repleta de toda clase de lujos y excesos. Pero con la independencia del país en 1947 ese mundo propio de las 'Mil y una noches' llegó a su fin.…
 
In this episode, we tell a tale of an elaborate revenge plot. We encounter the god of wine and fun times, an introvert at a party, good craftsmanship, and bonding through mutual enemies. —- Have you checked out the books that started it all? Follow the adventures of Zeus the overconfident hamster and his friends in the Zeus the Mighty series! Third…
 
National Geographic photographer Diana Markosian tells us about her remarkable childhood and how her career as a photographer led her into the war in Chechnya—and eventually to her long-lost father’s doorstep in Armenia. For more info on this episode, visit natgeo.com/overheard Want More? Check out Diana’s film Santa Barbara, which is showing at th…
 
Despreciado por su propia familia a causa de sus defectos físicos, Claudio se vio marginado del poder por Tiberio y sufrió luego las crueles burlas de Calígula. Pero tras el asesinato de éste los pretorianos, para sorpresa de todos, lo auparon al trono imperial. Con el tiempo, se convirtió en uno de los emperadores mejor considerados de la Antigua …
 
Not Explicit! This episode, as with all our episodes, is for kids! Thanks for letting us know, it was a mistake. In this episode, we tell a tale of the trickster Loki and his quest to fix his own mistakes. We encounter bad deals, magical meat, kidnapping, several people who can turn into birds, sensitive body parts, and the fear of aging. —- Have y…
 
There's a lost continent waiting to be explored, and it’s right below our feet. We’ll dig into the deep, human relationship to the underground, and why we understand it from an instinctive point of view — but not so much from a physical one. (Hint: we’re afraid of the dark.) National Geographic photographer, Tamara Merino, will take us subterranean…
 
Viele Sagen und Mythen ranken sich um den Westafrikanischen Manati, eine Seekuh. Während die einen ihn für eine Wassergöttin halten, jagen andere den Manati gnadenlos, um aus seinen Körperteilen spirituelle Artefakte herzustellen, die den Träger:innen vermeintlich übermenschliche Fähigkeiten verleihen. Der Wissenschaftler Dr. Edem Eniang kämpft sei…
 
In this episode, we tell the tale of many terrifying monsters. We encounter Latin, the removal of all of someone’s muscles, winning contests against jealous gods, ill-advised romances, some truly brutal deaths, and terrorizing the countryside. This one is pretty gruesome, so younger listeners might want to skip it. —- Have you checked out the books…
 
Blood-sucking villains. Spooky specters of the night. Our views of bats are often based more on fiction than fact. Enter National Geographic Explorer at Large Rodrigo Medellín, aka the Bat Man of Mexico. For decades he’s waged a charm offensive to show the world how much we need bats, from the clothes we wear to a sip of tequila at the end of a lon…
 
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