Introducing the History Chats Podcast Feed

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Here at Activehistory.ca, we have a terrific collection of recordings featuring world class historians. While a lot of people have found them on the site or through our YouTube channel (which has over 1,500 hours of watch time), there are so many that we decided we needed to highlight the offerings. That’s why we are excited to announce the launch of History Chats, a podcast feed that will feature new episodes weekly. Where the History Slam is conversational,  History Chats will feature recordings of public talks, conference sessions, and roundtables. These recordings are unique and a such valuable resource that we thought they deserved their own feed.

To get things started, we will feature a series of new podcasts recorded at the University of Toronto as part of its conference on Canada 150. Following those, we will feature an episode from our catalogue each week, while including new episodes as they are recorded. Episodes will be released every Saturday, with the first one dropping tomorrow.

The feed is already live on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you get your podcasts. Once you’re subscribed, you can sit back, relax, and get your weekends started on a high note with new History Chats.

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