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THE HISTORIC NORMANDY SHOW
THE HISTORIC NORMANDY SHOW
The podcast that leaves no stone unturned !
An english-speaking french journalist and writer, specializing in the history of Normandy and Great Britain, shares his discoveries, reports and thoughts in a lively and friendly conversation that takes you along the fascinating paths of the past. From little-known figures found in the archives to the splendours of architecture and art, the Historic Normandy Show will open up new perspectives to all history and heritage enthusiasts. With a French accent.
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THE HISTORIC NORMANDY SHOW
Storiavoce
Storiavoce
Storiavoce est une radio web francophone uniquement dédiée à l'histoire. Retrouvez nous en suivant ce lien: http://storiavoce.com/
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Storiavoce
How Good It Is
How Good It Is
A weekly show that dives into rock's history. Find me at www.howgooditis.com
Every week I choose a song from the 50s through the 80s and dive into its history, the story behind the song and other items of interest. Find more stuff at www.howgooditis.com
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How Good It Is
Science étonnante
Science étonnante
Le blog de David Louapre
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Science étonnante
Twice Removed
Twice Removed
A new family history podcast from Gimlet Media. They say we're one big family: this is the show that proves it.
A new family history podcast hosted by A.J. Jacobs. They say we’re one big family: this is the show that proves it. You will be filled with delight… or abject horror. You never know. It’s family.
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Twice Removed
WHO [E2P] - PODCAST SERIES
WHO [E2P] - PODCAST SERIES
Titre Evidence as a catalyst for policy and societal change. Towards more equitable, resilient, and sustainable global health.
Beyond the pandemic: Mobilizing evidence for safe and effective health policy and practice The COVID-19 pandemic has provided an unprecedented opportunity to assess the relationship between evidence and policy and their impact on societies.  This podcast series features interviews with leading experts in the area of knowledge translation and evidence-policy-society processes, documenting key lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, and looking ahead leveraging innovation and novel strategies. A must-listen for all that aim to make better, evidence-based policy decisions.
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WHO [E2P] - PODCAST SERIES