Listen to a podcast, please open Podcast Republic app. Available on Google Play Store.
They're history’s most famous and infamous people. You’ve heard of them, but now it’s time you hear from them.
Mohamed Morsi: Egypt’s Dance with Democracy
Thousands arrested, injured, killed. The price for a revolution in Egypt was high, but when millions across the country protested for change well, anything was possible, right? Gone was Egypt’s strongman and in his place, an unlikely leader. Mohamed Morsi - the “spare tire” of a political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood - was in. He was to be a president for all the people. But his meteoric rise and fall proved otherwise. Support the show: https://www.aljazeera.com/podcasts/hindsight/
|Nov 09, 2020|
Dalida: Darkness in the Spotlight
Dalida broke the glass ceiling for women in the music industry. Her superstar status has even been compared the likes of Madonna and Céline Dion, but for a woman loved by so many, Dalida never found her one enduring love. One tragedy after another would follow her throughout her life until her death at aged 54. What a life she left behind. Support the show: https://www.aljazeera.com/podcasts/hindsight/
|Nov 02, 2020|
Ashraf Marwan: Super Spy or Double Agent?
Both Egypt and Israel say they were happy with his work, but Ashraf Marwan died under mysterious circumstances. So, someone was unhappy. A spy for Israel and possibly a double agent working for Egypt. Whose interests did he have at heart? On the day he fell to his death from a balcony in the heart of London, Ashraf Marwan made several frantic phone calls. He had something to say, but he took his secrets to his grave. Well, some of them. Support the show: https://www.aljazeera.com/podcasts/hindsight/
|Oct 26, 2020|
Saddam Hussein: Titan & Tyrant
Saddam Hussein was reviled and loved, and not necessarily in equal measure. His supporters say the Iraqi president was “just in his injustice”, but his victims would tell a very different story. In 2003, his near quarter of a century rule came to an end when invading US forces found him hiding near his hometown of Tikrit. Saddam was tried on charges relating to mass murder and on the day of his hanging he remained defiant. Support the show: https://www.aljazeera.com/podcasts/hindsight/
|Oct 19, 2020|
Zaha Hadid: Queen of the Curve
Eccentric, demanding and unapologetic, Dame Zaha Hadid was one of the most innovative architects in modern times, even though her designs and her temperament weren’t for everyone. Decades after moving to the UK from Iraq, she would finally find her place in this male-dominated industry, but she wouldn’t have long to enjoy it. Support the show: https://www.aljazeera.com/podcasts/hindsight/
|Oct 12, 2020|
Lawrence of Arabia: A liberator, spy or traitor?
TE Lawrence became one of the most famous figures to emerge from World War I. Not so much for his role as a British intelligence officer. Nor his role in the Arab Revolt. Instead, it was because of an international photo exhibit of a young British man in traditional Arab white robes, riding a camel across the deserts of the Arab world. Whether he rejected the limelight or found himself backing into it, Lawrence's role in the Great War would serve as his own inner conflict. Lawrence of Arabia. Liberator or a man with divided loyalties? Support the show: https://www.aljazeera.com/podcasts/hindsight/
|Oct 05, 2020|
Hindsight: The Trailer
Ever wonder what history’s most famous and infamous people would say if you asked them for their side of the story? Now you can. In a new docudrama podcast from Al Jazeera, actor Charles Dance plays our narrator, navigating the lives of some of the world’s most memorable figures. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
|Sep 29, 2020|