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Roma, Egipto, Grecia... Conoce alguno de los momentos más interesantes de la historia de la mano de nuestros amenos podcasts en los que relatamos algunos curiosos episodios históricos. ¿Cómo era la educación en la Grecia Clásica? ¿Por qué hay momias de animales? ¿Desde cuándo nos vacunamos? ¿Fue Nerón realmente tan malo como lo pintan? ¿Quiénes fueron los primeros en llegar al polo Sur? ¿Quiénes eran las heteras de la Antigua Grecia? ¿Qué significaba ser un esclavo en la Edad Media? Estas y ...
 
Bei Explore bist Du in der ganzen Welt zu Hause. Jeden Monat entdecken wir eine andere beeindruckende Region unserer Erde, immer unter den Aspekten „Land & Leute“ und „Wissenschaft & Natur“. Ob unterwegs im Tal der Hundertjährigen in Ecuador, auf der Suche nach dem kleinsten Chamäleon der Welt in Madagaskar, mit gemieteten Verwandten auf einer Hochzeit in Tokio tanzen, in Delhi den Schlangen auf der Spur, mit dem größten Laser der Welt in Rumänien experimentieren, oder am Ende der Welt mit e ...
 
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.
 
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For all the strides Title IX helped women make in sports, today a contentious issue centers on who gets to compete as a woman. In part four of the documentary 37 Words, filmmaker Clare Marash met transgender kids whose right to participate in society as themselves is in question by dozens of state legislatures—on the field and in life. And in this …
 
Die Familie - in Ägypten ist sie weiter zentrale Institution und Rückgrat der Gesellschaft. Definiert wird sie meist im sehr traditionellen Sinne, Kinder dürfen da natürlich auf keinen Fall fehlen. Sie gelten als Kitt jeder Ehe, sind Teil der Altersvorsorge und tragen den Familiennamen weiter. Entsprechend fallen die Reaktionen der „Rest-Familie“ m…
 
Entre los siglos VI y IV a.C., el santuario llegó a acumular grandes riquezas gracias a los objetos, trofeos y exvotos ofrecidos por los fieles en señal de agradecimiento y devoción. A finales del siglo XIX, arqueólogos franceses, con el apoyo del recién creado Estado griego, sacaron a la luz los restos del santuario de Apolo en Delfos, sede del fa…
 
Here's the first episode of our new podcast! Greeking Out will be back in Oct! Inspired as a young child by the discovery of King Tut’s tomb, Nora Shawki fell in love with the history of her country of Egypt. In this episode, we hear about discovering ancient treasures, sending lots of emails, unavoidable changes, and cities buried under your backy…
 
Los antiguos egipcios amaban tanto a los animales que los momificaban como si fueran personas, ya se tratara de mascotas que los acompañaban en la vida eterna o bien de ofrendas que realizaban a los dioses. Entre este tipo de momias se ha encontrado un amplio rango de especies, desde escarabajos peloteros y peces hasta gatos, cocodrilos y toros. Pu…
 
Deadly seas. Hurricane-force winds. A punishing journey to the tip of South America is all in a day’s work for Nat Geo Explorer Brian Buma. But Craig Welch, a reporter who calls himself a “normal human being,” also tagged along—and found that a miserable expedition makes for a heck of a story. For more information on this episode, visit natgeo.com/…
 
Meet Kari. Now meet the other Kari. One played college lacrosse in the 1980s; the other currently plays at the same school for the same coach. College sports have radically evolved during that time—take the high-tech clothes that emit infrared radiation to maximize performance—but there’s one constant: Title IX of the Higher Education Act ensures t…
 
In this special episode of Overheard in celebration of Juneteenth, we reconnect with now Rolex/National Geographic Explorer of the Year Tara Roberts, who upends her life—including leaving her job—to join a group of Black scuba divers searching for the wrecks of ships that carried enslaved Africans to the Americas. Tara is inspired by the stories of…
 
For decades, the U.S. government evangelized fire suppression, most famously through Smokey Bear’s wildfire prevention campaign. But as climate change continues to exacerbate wildfire seasons and a growing body of scientific research supports using fire to fight fire, Indigenous groups in the Klamath Basin are reviving cultural burning practices th…
 
“All roads lead to Rome” was once more than a saying; it was a fact. The first of the great roads of ancient Rome, the Appian Way was the most important of them all. Italians still travel what’s left of the Queen of Roads, even if they don’t always know it. National Geographic writer Nina Strochlic and photographer Andrea Frazzetta take us on an im…
 
Pyramiden, Obelisken, Skulpturen. Wer an das alte Ägypten denkt, hat wahrscheinlich relativ konkrete Bilder vor Augen. Aber wie es damals roch, davon haben wahrscheinlich die wenigsten eine genauere Vorstellung. Das ändern wir in dieser Ausgabe von “Explore - der National Geographic Podcast”. Mit der Ägyptologin Dora Goldsmith gehen wir auf eine ol…
 
Oh Muses! In this episode we tell the tale of Haesik and Dalsun. We encounter animals dressing up like humans, people getting eaten, favorite celestial bodies, garlic breath, and a new beginning. ---- This episode was sponsored by The Last Fallen Moon by Graci Kim - https://bit.ly/fallenmoon —- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendl…
 
When Brandon Prestwood’s left hand was caught in an industrial conveyor belt 10 years ago, he lost his hand and forearm. Scientists are unraveling the science of touch by trying to tap into the human nervous system and re-create the sensation for people like Prestwood. After an experimental surgery, Prestwood’s prosthetic arm was upgraded with a ru…
 
Oh Muses! In this episode we tell the tale of Narasimha. We encounter overreactions of the deadly kind, a major religion, a father determined to kill his son, reincarnations, loose terminology, and trying to cheat death. — This episode was sponsored by Aru Shah and the Nectar of Immortality by Roshani Chockshi - check it out here: bit.ly/goaru — Na…
 
In 2019 Jessica Nabongo, author of the popular travel blog The Catch Me If You Can, became the first documented Black woman to travel to every country in the world. From swimming with humpback whales near Tonga to eating delicious dumplings in Georgia, the world traveler shares how globe-trotting changed the way she sees the world and humanity. For…
 
Und noch mal mit uns abtauchen, bitte: Ans Great Barrier Reef zu extremen Korallen. Eine ganz besondere Art, weil sie unter extremen Umständen in Mangrovenlagunen überlebt haben. Die australische Meeresbiologin Dr. Emma Camp hat sie auf einer abenteuerlichen Expedition entdeckt. Und jetzt? Will sie die Superkorallen im Great Barrier Reef ansiedeln.…
 
En los años en que Roma se convertía en la capital de un imperio, la vida en la ciudad se desarrollaba a un ritmo frenético y a cada momento ocurrían cosas relevantes para el devenir del Estado. El medio más eficaz de información eran las cartas, pero pronto estas quedaron obsoletas y, en su lugar y de la mano de Julio César, aparecieron las Actas.…
 
Oh Muses! In this episode we tell the tale of the end of the Trojan War. We encounter an absolute bummerscape of death, ambiguous characters, the Homeric Expanded Universe, war, living in the big city, and a giant, wooden horse. — National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of some of the best stories from Greek mythology. Che…
 
Thousand-year-old Peruvian queens and medieval murder victims may seem lost to time, but history “detectives” are on a mission to solve a mystery: What did those people look like? We hear from Oscar Nilsson, a forensic facial reconstructionist who uses a combination of science and art to re-create the faces of our ancestors. For more information on…
 
Oh Muses! In this episode we tell the tale of the Greeks arriving in Troy. We encounter two grown men acting like toddlers, more women being kidnapped, war, death, a divine plague, and a man gets dragged behind a chariot. If this sounds like too much, maybe skip this one. —---- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of so…
 
When it comes to examples of cities that have successfully emerged from the industrial age into the information age, look no further than Pittsburgh. But can it be done with an eye toward climate solutions? In this editorial collaboration with Project Drawdown, storyteller Matt Scott follows engineer and artist Clara Kitongo, architect Erica Cochra…
 
Themenmonat Great Barrier Reef: Wir tauchen mit euch ab in das größte lebende Ökosystem der Welt - und in ein Museum unter Wasser! Am John Brewer Reef vor der Ostküste Australiens liegt ein 165 Tonnen schweres Kunstwerk aus Stahl am Meeresboden. Neben neugierigen Taucher*innen kommen hier zahlreiche Fischarten regelmäßig zu Besuch. Ein Barrakuda-Sc…
 
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