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(S6.E1.) Season Six Openner

Greetings,

Welcome to another season of "Then and Now: World History of the Past 100 Years." This is our sixth season for the students in my introductory world history class to create a weekly podcast along with me. Each episode focuses on a topic in world history. Often the episodes examine topics in the textbook chapters and help prepare for major exams. Other episodes present interviews with community persons with expertise in a history topic, music specials that focus on music from a particular country and how it helps to reflect their history and culture, and rebroadcast of history episodes created by other podcasters.

To listen to the series, go to Apple's iTunes store (http://itunes.com) and subscribe to this series. Search for "Arendale" and it should appear in the search window. Click on the "subscribe" button, then click again on a similar button, and the each new episode will download to your computer. In case you do not have the iTunes software installed on your computer, a free download is also available at the Apple web site. Or, you can download and listen to individual episodes by visiting this blog page. Click on the following link to download this episode. It will begin playing on the default media player on your computer. If it plays through the iTunes player, it will download into the music library. (S6.E1.) Season Six Overview.m4a

The theme music for the podcast is provided by Derek K. Miller. he has graciously granted permission to use his music during the introduction to each episode. The song is titled "Cold cloth and an ice pack." He provides other music that can be downloaded through his web site. Check it out at the following link http://www.penmachine.com/musicpages/demos.html

Please share feedback about the shows through any of the following methods:
1. post a comment to this blog page
2. send an email message to arendale@umn.edu

Take care,
David Arendale and the rest of the Then and Now Podcast Team