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  • Episode27: XXX -- A Short History of Pornographic Film February 17, 2017
    Pornographic film is about as old as cameras, and as soon as people started aiming them at each other. And it says a lot of the societies of the respective eras. http://podcastnik.com Created by Der Buddler, translated by Travis Dow
    Der Buddler
  • Episode26: What's that Smell? A Short History of Stink February 9, 2017
    Today: smelly or stinking church-goers, medieval garbage disposal, public waste carriers, and the perfect stink bomb.
    Der Buddler
  • Episode25: Secret Cabinet on Tour: JRR Tolkien CS Lewis in Oxford January 5, 2017
    The Secret Cabinet goes ---under risk of life and sanity--- into deepest Albion, to get to know to of the most creative authors, Tolkien & Lewis.
    Der Buddler
  • Episode24: Charles Darwin - Man is but a Worm December 22, 2016
    Today's offer: musically challenged worms, illformed noses and pro/con marriage lists. Special Guest: Mr. Charles Darwin The original "Das Geheime Kabinett" is by @DerBuddler , who also englishes, and would love to hear from you on Twitter! The translator and host of the English version is Travis Dow, @podcastnik
    Der Buddler
  • Episode23: Of Your Fellow Man October 6, 2016
    Anthropodermic bibliopegy – The art of binding books with human skin. Often -- but not always -- with the donor's permission.
    Der Buddler
  • Episode22: Drinking and Sailing-Booze on the High Sea September 7, 2016
    What shall we do with a drunken sailor? Tipsy sailors was not uncommon, since large amounts of alcohol used to be carried on board -- for health reasons.
    Der Buddler
  • Episode21: The Strange Births of Mary Toft September 1, 2016
    Magicians pull bunny rabbits out of their hats; Mary Toft pulled them out of her --- why don't you just have a listen?
    Der Buddler
  • Episode20: Witnesses under Witnesses - Impotence in Court July 18, 2016
    For women there were only few opportunities in the Early Modern period to get divorced. One recognized reason was the impotence of the husband -- he had the burden of proof.
    Der Buddler
  • Episode19: C.M. Linck - The Woman in Trousers July 12, 2016
    Orphan, button maker, dyer, transvestite, prophet, soldier, husband, victim of justice. An unusual tale of an unusual women in the 18th century. Catharina Margaretha Linck.
    Der Buddler
  • Episode18: A Pile for Xmas June 26, 2016
    You think Christmas is sh..? The Catalans also, but not quite as one might think. From nativity figures, scatological art history, productive wooden shites, and the answer to the question of why I don't hire Interns.
    Der Buddler
  • Episode17: Execution by Marriage May 9, 2016
    in 1561 a condemned Cologne citizen was given the choice between gallows and marriage---he chose the noose. How that ended and what the further job description of the executioner was---well the Buddler dug into it and we let you know.
    Der Buddler
  • Episode16: New York from Below April 27, 2016
    New York doesn't just consist of sky scrapers--also what's underground is very interesting: starting with a human-carrying pneumatic tube system and buried dinosaurs, much still remains hidden.
    Der Buddler

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