Nerds on History

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When you ask someone what their least favorite subject was in school, what do you think they’ll say? They will usually tell you it was History class. Ok, maybe it was Math. But that’s not the point! Let’s say, for the most part those people said “History”. They are thinking, for instance, “why do we care about ‘boring’ dead people”? But we’re here to tell you that it’s not the people you didn’t care about, it was the boring way it was taught to you!

If you want to re-learn history, but don’t have the patience for an online course, then we have the history podcast for you!

In short, history is a story; it’s even in the word. The truth is…History is full of amazing stories.  And we want to share them with you.

Featured twice on the new “New and Noteworthy” section of Apple Podcasts, Nerds on History takes the history you know, and livens it up with humor, bad impressions, and insightful discussion. Join hosts Bryan Moriarty, Eric Bricmont, and Sarah Ashley as they make their way through the most inspirational, terrifying, & funniest stories from history.

I’ll Take Five

As it is Martin Luther King Day, Eric and Bryan discuss the impact and timeline of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States, as well as other Civil Rights movements around the globe. Enjoy, and don’t forget to like our page on Facebook, as well as check out our new blog on Tumblr!

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The Catholic “JFK”

History is full of conspiracy theories.  This week, special guest Kevin Sutorius joins us as we focus on conspiracy theories from recent history.  Follow us on Twitter @Nerdonomy, and don’t forget to check out the new!

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