Hello everyone! Sorry we have been off the radar the last few months. We were busy producing a special podcast audio tour for the George Eastman Museum for their latest exhibition: David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire.

It is a 10-part series, with each chapter detailing aspects of David Levinthal's work. You can now listen HERE

And if you are in the Rochester, NY area, stop by the Eastman Museum to view the exhibition, which is on display until January 1, 2019.

We will resume with semi-regular episodes of Today Then shortly, so please keep your subscription current!


More Episodes

B023 - Batteries Included - March 20, 2018

March 20, 2018

On this date in 1800, Alessandro Volta revealed his electrifying invention to the world.


Music by Building The State

Episode 011 - The Danish Titanic - January 30, 2018

January 30, 2018

On January 30, 1959, fifty-nine years ago today, an ocean liner hit an iceberg off the coast of Greenland and sank, along with all 95 people aboard. But that was just the beginning of the story. Interviews with two Danish investigative journalists and the daughter of one of the lost boatsmen illuminate the tragic and controversial saga of the “Danish Titanic.”

B012 - Killer Fog - December 5, 2017

December 5, 2017

On December 5, 1952 — sixty-five years ago today — a toxic yellow-brown fog engulfed London, bringing the city to a virtual standstill. Five days later, more than 4,000 Londoners were dead.

B007 - Women’s Day Off - October 24, 2017

October 24, 2017

In 1975, women in Iceland earned only 60 percent of men's wages. On October 24 of that year, tens of thousands of women protested this inequality and—for one day—brought the country to a standstill. This episode includes music by Kaela Drew.