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Exploring various topics of history and government with a feeble attempt at humor. Don't worry I lack the storytelling ability of a Dan Carlin, the commitment to a fast pace and consistent release schedule of a Mike Duncan. Nor do I have the calm and reassuring voice of a Robin Pierson. What I do have is some spare time and boredom and want to talk about random things in history.
 
Do you know your queer history? Ever had questions about gay lifestyle you've been too embarrased to ask? This series host, comedian Aaron Twitchen, takes key and current issues from the gay agenda and breaks down their history. Its a comic blend of research, facts and real life stories. This series is well reasoned, informed and educated breakdowns of the modern issues affecting queer culture. Its weaved with personal stories and real life examples - watered down with enough pop culture to ...
 
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The British commanded US invasion of North Russia gets off to an awkward start. The Americans are showing just how green they are as soldiers and General Poole demonstrates just how arrogant a British General can be.Ryan VanDyke
 
BONUS EPISODE Thank you so much for all your support on this podcast series. This is a personal message to everyone who has listened to say thank you and explain whats next... (You should probably know this was recorded weeks ago and sat uneditted as other projects flew off - so if you're listening thinking "that already happened!" you would be tot…
 
BONUS EPISODE Finally, a proper piece of stand up comedy from comedian Aaron Twitchen. Deliving into the murky world of online gay dating apps and the tricks to snagging a husband out of short term relationships join aaron in this bonus episode of his podcast as he tackles ghosting, grindr and getting what you want…
 
With the Central Soviet banning the use of ciphers in diplomatic cables we sort through the cables and reading the tea leaves a bit about what was said and what was being said between the lines. Don't worry, we finally get there, the Polar Bears arrive.Ryan VanDyke
 
Have you ever been on a diet? Done a 12 week cardio course? Strived for the perfect pectoral? You're not alone. In the modern world, the desire to have the perfect body is imperative. We invest more in gyms and nutrition than ever before - but at what cost. In this episode we look at the wider impact of social media and societal expectations on bod…
 
This week we're discussing trans rights and why the LGB should stand firmly with the T. We'll cover the JK Rowling row, what a TERF is, the complicated process by which trans people can obtain gender recognition certificates and - of course - pressing issues like 'where can I pee?'. With host comedian Aaron Twitchen @aarontwitchen on all platforms …
 
What do we have to do to illegalise gay conversion therapy? Despite religious leaders and world governments announcing ban proposals for gay conversion therapy - the practise still exists. This episode, we delve deeper into what the practise involves - from electric shock treatment to lobotomy - and how an openly gay man can become the leader of a …
 
On June 14th 2021, the NHS Blood Transfusion service relaxed rules on blood donation to allow gay men to donate for the first time within monogamous relationships. Prior to that, rules had varied banning men who have sex with men from 12 months up to a life time of bans. This episode deep dives into the reasons behind this, where does this come fro…
 
Rainbow flag. With the rainbow flag now adopted as a supportive symbol of “clap for carers” - in particular the nhs nurses - where does that leave the gay pride 6 stripe flag created in 1978 by Gilbert Baker? In this episode, we consider the impact of symbol appropriation and the impact the flag has had over the past 40 years of pride progress answ…
 
In March 2019 crowds of parents gathered outside a primary school in central Birmingham. The angry, placard carrying mob tapped their feet and welded signs reading “My child, my choice”, “let kids be kids” Their concern? A program called No Outsiders which taught that bullying was bad and no one should be made to feel isolated. Oh, included in that…
 
Welcome to my new show, Matter of Pride: a comedy education for queers and allies. I am SO passionate about this project. After 10 years of stand up comedy this is my first audio show and I wanted it to be important. Its about all the social issues affecting our LGBTQ+ family. Its a fusion of data, jokes and real life stories. All weaved together w…
 
The Secretary of State to the Allied Ambassadors: Aide Memoire The whole heart of the people of the United States is in the winning of this war. The controlling purpose of the Government of the United States is to do everything that is necessary and effective to win it. It wishes to cooperate in every practicable way with the allied governments, an…
 
The western front, we talk about troop levels, lack of manpower reserves at home, and the Americans arriving. Also discuss Germany and its logistics, ability to move troops and the events as they unfold in Russia as we post our final preparation episode into what is happening for background before the American Expeditionary Force in North Russia (A…
 
The US was not interested in involving itself in a European Affair. At least that was the consensus overall in the United States. This feeling was especially strong in the West. Woodrow Wilson seems to have been a dove with a hawk cabinet. What changed the nation's mind to send its boys "over there"? How did a Mexican bandit get the US Army ready f…
 
U.S. President Woodrow Wilson sent the Polar Bear Expedition to Russia in response to requests from the governments of Great Britain and France to join the Allied Intervention in North Russia (also known as the North Russia Campaign)Ryan VanDyke
 
After answering the question "Did Napoleon ever say which general he regarded as his best opponent? If yes, who is it?" I shared it with friends when the subject came up and thought it had humor and was interesting. So I decided to share it here **Episode was republished on 15 August 2020 from the original recording and posting 8 January 2020 to re…
 
The Frequency of Laughter is a six-part history of radio comedy, covering 1975-2005, presented by journalist and radio fan Grace Dent. In each episode she brings together two figures who were making significant radio comedy at the same time, and asks them about their experiences. This is a conversational history that focuses on the people who were …
 
The Frequency of Laughter is a six-part history of radio comedy, covering 1975-2005, presented by journalist and radio fan Grace Dent. In each episode she brings together two figures who were making significant radio comedy at the same time, and asks them about their experiences. This is a conversational history that focuses on the people who were …
 
The Frequency of Laughter is a six-part history of radio comedy, covering 1975-2005, presented by journalist and radio fan Grace Dent. In each episode she brings together two figures who were making significant radio comedy at the same time, and asks them about their experiences. This is a conversational history that focuses on the people who were …
 
The Frequency of Laughter is a six-part history of radio comedy, covering 1975-2005, presented by journalist and radio fan Grace Dent. In each episode she brings together two figures who were making significant radio comedy at the same time, and asks them about their experiences. This is a conversational history that focuses on the people who were …
 
The Frequency of Laughter is a six-part history of radio comedy, covering 1975-2005, presented by journalist and radio fan Grace Dent. In each episode she brings together two figures who were making significant radio comedy at the same time, and asks them about their experiences. This is a conversational history that focuses on the people who were …
 
The Frequency of Laughter is a six-part history of radio comedy, covering 1975-2005, presented by journalist and radio fan Grace Dent. In each episode she brings together two figures who were making significant radio comedy at the same time, and asks them about their experiences. This is a conversational history that focuses on the people who were …
 
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