Epik Fails of History"Epik Fails of History" is a podcast about the most epic fails of... history!
Created and edited by Erik Slader, author of the "Epic Fails" history book series, co-hosted with fellow podcaster, Chris Carroll.
(Recommended for ages 13 and up due to some mild language, occasional crude humor, as well as discussions of war, disasters, and historical facts.) podcasters.spotify.com
🎧 Podcast episodesListen to 43 episodes
140 minutes · 1 month ago
E30 - NUCLEAR FAILS: 10 Times We Almost Triggered Armageddon
2 minutes · 1 month ago
Podcasters Assemble: INDIANA JONES – Season 10 Promo
21 minutes · 4 months ago
E29.5 - Epik *Wins* of History: 2022 Edition!
52 minutes · 5 months ago
E29 - The First Thanksgiving?
110 minutes · 7 months ago
E28 - The Salem Witch Trials (Halloween Special)
2 minutes · 7 months ago
“2299” by Erik Slader (Book Promo)
72 minutes · 8 months ago
E27 - The Mongol Invasion(s) of Japan!
37 minutes · 8 months ago
E26.75 - The 'Bracket of Fails' continues! #WeStandWithUkraine
20 minutes · 1 year ago
E26.5 - Murphy's Law and Dis-Order (podcast updates and more!)
46 minutes · 1 year ago
E26 - "Pothole of the Gods" (w/ Richard Murff)
122 minutes · 1 year ago
E25 - WORST. PIRATES. EVER. (w/ Zack Derby!)
91 minutes · 1 year ago
E24 - The Rise and *FAIL* of Rome
4 minutes · 1 year ago
E23.5 - THE BRACKET OF FAILS! (Season 3 Announcement)
85 minutes · 1 year ago
E23 - THE *first* FRENCH REVOLUTION! (w/Kory Torjussen)
3 minutes · 2 years ago
Podcasters Assemble Presents: "KONG-ZILLA-THON!" (Trailer)
78 minutes · 2 years ago
E22 - A History of Hackers and Digital Heists
39 minutes · 2 years ago
E21 - THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS (Part 2 of 2)
39 minutes · 2 years ago
E20 - THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS: Cold War on Defrost (Part 1 of 2)
25 minutes · 2 years ago
E19 - The Tulsa Massacre... #BlackLivesMatter
62 minutes · 3 years ago
E18 - EARTH WEEK SPECIAL: Environmental Fails!
54 minutes · 3 years ago
E17 - "Untitled Time Travel Episode?"
61 minutes · 3 years ago
E16 - Medical Fails: *Coronavirus Edition* (with Dr. Robert Bednarz!)
2 minutes · 3 years ago
Epik Fails of History (Season 2.5 - Podcast Trailer)
9 minutes · 3 years ago
E15.5 - Event Debriefs (and even more announcements!)
43 minutes · 3 years ago
E15 – Y2k: 20th Anniversary (2020 New Year’s Eve Special!)
4 minutes · 3 years ago
E14.5 - Updates and Announcements!
38 minutes · 3 years ago
E14 - Random Tales of Fails (Anthology)
25 minutes · 3 years ago
E13 - The Luckiest Unlucky Man Alive (with Lt. Cmdr. Bill Goss)
76 minutes · 3 years ago
E12: Epic Fails in SPAAACE!!! (with Ryan Paul Thompson)
12 minutes · 4 years ago
E11.5 - "EPIC FAILS: The Age of Exploration" *Book Preview*
48 minutes · 4 years ago
E11: "Totally Getting Lost" (with Ben Thompson!) - Q & A
14 minutes · 4 years ago
E10: BLOOPER REEL! (April Fool's Day Special?)
42 minutes · 4 years ago
E9: THE CIVIL WAR - A War Between Brothers (Part 2)
52 minutes · 4 years ago
E8: THE CIVIL WAR - A War Between Brothers (Part 1)
2 minutes · 4 years ago
E7.5 - State of the Podcast
23 minutes · 4 years ago
E7 - Erik and Ben go to Washington! (President's Day Special)
37 minutes · 4 years ago
E6 - The Great Emu War of 1932?! (with Devin Clark)
30 minutes · 4 years ago
E5 - "EPIC FAILS": The Book Tour (with Ben Thompson!)
51 minutes · 4 years ago
E4 - FLORIDA FAILS! (with Jasmine Turner)
42 minutes · 4 years ago
E3 - WWI: The War to End All Wars (with Justin Ache)
19 minutes · 4 years ago
E2 - History's Most-Avoidable Catastrophes: Titanic, Chernobyl, and The Hindenburg!
29 minutes · 5 years ago
E1 - The Dumbest Moments In History?
4 minutes · 5 years ago
Epik Fails of History - Episode Zero
History of Jazz
A brief history of jazz by Dr. William “Billy” Taylor. Listen to his definition of what he considered Jazz to be.
Reflections of History
C13Originals and Pulitzer Prize winner and best-selling author Jon Meacham, co-creators of the Webby Award-winning Best Podcast Series It Was Said and the acclaimed podcast Hope,Through History, join together again on a daily series that guides listeners through critical moments...
Giants of History
Here at Giants of History, we produce a weekly biographical podcast that explores history’s most fascinating figures from cradle to grave. In each series, we strive to highlight the best stories and most monumental moments in each subject’s respective life. Our goals are to en...
History Of Electricity
The most common electronic device is the MOSFET, which has become the most widely manufactured device in history. Common solid-state MOS devices include microprocessor chips and semiconductor memory. A special type of semiconductor memory is flash memory,...
Fabric of History
From the Bill of Rights Institute, Fabric of History weaves together U.S. history, Founding Principles, and what all of this means to us today. Join Mary, Kirk, and Haley as they delve into the most controversial, inspirational, and hilarious moments of history and strive to find...
History of google
Google Cover art photo provided by Vanessa Ives on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@vanessaives
Tides of History
Everywhere around us are echoes of the past. Those echoes define the boundaries of states and countries, how we pray and how we fight. They determine what money we spend and how we earn it at work, what language we speak and how we raise our children. From Wondery, host Pa...