BW – EP56: Mummies!—An Exclusive BTS Look at the American Museum of Natural History’s New Exhibit

BW – EP56: Mummies!—An Exclusive BTS Look at the American Museum of Natural History’s New Exhibit

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On Breaking Walls episode 56, we go behind the scenes at The American Museum of Natural History’s new #Mummies Exhibit. You'll hear from museum President Ellen V. Futter, Senior vice-president and Paleontology Curator Michael Novacek, and Curator and Mummies Co-creator David Hurst Thomas on how this exhibit came to be, and why it's so revolutionary. We'll also journey back in time to ancient Egypt and Peru, using the theater of the mind! For more information on the exhibit and how to get tickets, go to - http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/mummies Subscribe to Breaking Walls on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/breaking-walls/id924086880?mt=2 Follow on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/thewallbreakers To check out our City Unity t-shirt line, please go to JamesTheWallBreaker.com/Shop.
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BW – EP53: St. Patrick’s Day, Fred Allen, And The Feud of The Century

BW – EP53: St. Patrick’s Day, Fred Allen, And The Feud of The Century

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In Breaking Walls Episode 53 we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a look at some of the on-air St. Paddy’s Day shenanigans throughout the Golden Age of Radio. Highlights • A profile on Fred Allen, born John Sullivan, and his feud with Jack Benny, which culminated (for the first time) at the Pierre Hotel in New York on March 14, 1937, and again three days later on Fred’s show on St. Patrick’s Day in 1937 • Irish-American tenor Dennis Day’s return from the Navy to the Jack Benny Program on March 17, 1946 • Why Gracie Allen loved the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City - From The George Burns and Gracie Allen show - March 17, 1941 • Beat the Band’s The Wearing of the Green -…
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