Stop yawning! This isn’t History 101!
First off, there is no test.
Secondly, our goal is merely to introduce you to characters in history, factual or fictional. An introduction, an overview and a little push to explore and learn more on your own.
Our Shownotes will give you an short look at the life of the person that we are discussing- basic facts and links to other sources to learn more. (And maybe a few teasers about topics covered in the podcast.) The podcast episodes will go into greater detail as we chat about the challenges, failures and successes, times, and things that we find interesting about the life of our subject. Sometimes, as opportunities present themselves, we will add Special Features here on our website that relate to the person that we are spotlighting.
Tuck away a couple of facts to throw out at dinner parties! Dazzle your kids when they are learning history in school! Dive headfirst into the subcultures that exist for just about anyone! Redecorate a room in homage! Plan a vacation around a women that existed long before you but, for some reason, you relate to. How you use the resources that we provide is entirely up to you.
Why should you listen to a couple of chicks talk about women in history?
You want the facts. Simple enough.
You want to know how the women are remembered, ways their legacies live on, and how you can learn more. We can do that!
And you like to get your information in a unique, fun, smart converstational style. TRIFECTA!
We are just like you. And you. (And even you, yeah you, the one googling our names.) We think that women, females, dames, broads…chicks in history is a perfect topic to sit down and chat about. We don’t claim to know it all, but really, all of it would take more time than any of us have right now. And it would be kinda boring.
Use the comment section below, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to say hi, or let us know who you might like to hear us talk about. Subscribe to our podcasts on iTunes or Stitcher Radio. If you like us, tell a friend and give us a five star review on iTunes. Like us on facebook, follow us on twitter or G+ and come back to our site to read the Shownotes, and see what obscure -yet mesmerizing-trivia we share on our Special Features page.
Two women. Half the population. Several thousand years of history. About an hour. Go.