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Are you wanting to learn more about prolog ? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best prolog podcasts of 2021.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

We are always keen to hear your feedback, if we have missed a podcast, tweet us @MagazineWelp and we will check it out!

Best Prolog Podcasts 2021

With thanks to ListenNotes, Crunchbase, SemRush and Ahrefs for providing the data to create and rank these podcasts.

The Edge: Houston Astros

  • Publisher: Cadence13 / Ben Reiter / Prologue Projects
  • Total Episodes: 10

Season One of The Edge is a six-part documentary podcast, presented by Cadence13 and Prologue Projects, following best-selling Astroball author Ben Reiter as he investigates the cheating scandal that tarnished the Houston Astros’ World Series 2017 win. Through original interviews with key figures in the scandal, Reiter gets to the bottom of what happened, who’s to blame, and why the scandal enraged the sports world more than any other in recent memory. He also answers the biggest question of all: What drove the most forward-thinking organization in the history of sports not just to the edge … but over it?

SYGNYL

  • Publisher: nonchalance
  • Total Episodes: 10

SYGNYL: A General Mystification Vol. 1 Mystic Elegy, Orphic Yarn, or Dire Warning? The varied texts of SYGNYL have at times been lost, found, translated, forged or otherwise mishandled. Listener discern. File under: magical realism, participatory arts, immersive nonfiction, esoteric wisdom, new vessel. It may behoove you to begin with the Prologue.

Whirlwind

  • Publisher: Cadence13 / Tim Weiner / Jigsaw Productions / Prologue Projects
  • Total Episodes: 12

The United States won the cold war against the Russians through political warfare. But in the 21st century, Russia is winning the battle. Our democracy is under attack. America is edging toward autocracy under the leadership of a president that Russian spies helped elect. Pulitzer Prize-winning and NYT best-selling author Tim Weiner tells the story of how we got here. Once triumphant, American democracy now teeters at a terrible precipice; over ten episodes of this documentary podcast franchise, season one of WHIRLWIND provides a penetrating look at the decisions, mistakes, and mischief that led us to this point. In partnership with Cadence13, Jigsaw Productions and a production of Prologue Projects.

Lost Prologue

  • Publisher: Margo Gray
  • Total Episodes: 4

The 1918 Spanish Flu killed more Americans during World War I than mustard gas or trench warfare, but there are no monuments or memorials dedicated to the victims of this pandemic. Lost Prologue, a four-part series, explores the history of the 1918 pandemic — its intimate connection to WW1, the ways Americans were inequitably impacted, and the science behind the world’s deadliest pathogen. The people you’ll hear from include prominent virologists, scientists, and historians who reconstruct this missing chapter of history and shed light on the current pandemic.

Prologued

  • Publisher: Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective
  • Total Episodes: 9

Welcome to Prologued, a serial podcast from Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective. With amazing stories and remarkable guests, Prologued offers in-depth discussions of the historical roots of the world today—a past that has often been lost, ignored, or misconstrued. Each season we reconstruct the history of a major issue that confronts society now: to explain how we got here and to reveal a path forward. Join us for insight and entertainment about the past, present, and future. Season 1 analyzes on the myth of the women’s voting bloc and premieres August 11, 2020.

Bleeding Love: a new musical podcast

  • Publisher: Arthur Lafrentz Bacon, Harris Doran, Jason Schafer
  • Total Episodes: 9

In a world where it’s too dangerous to go outside, a starry-eyed teen cellist risks leaving her apartment to win the love of the rebel punk next door. A twisted musical with a good, pure heart. Starring Annie Golden, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Marc Kudisch, Sarah Stiles, Taylor Trensch, Tony Vincent Book by Jason Schafer, Music by Arthur Lafrentz Bacon, Lyrics by Harris Doran Based on a story by Jason Schafer, suggested by Oscar Wilde’s fairytale “The Nightingale and the Rose” Directed and Edited by Harris Doran Audio Drama produced by Dori Berinstein and Alan Seales, in association with Kent Nicholson, Katie Rosin, Steve Saporito Orchestrated by Bruce Coughlin Additional production and orchestration by Arthur Lafrentz Bacon Re-Recording Mixing by Ric Schnupp  Sound Editing José Villaman Sound Engineer Alan Seales Song recordings produced by Tim Andreasen with Søren Møller, Creative Producer, of the Fredericia Teater    Martin Konge, musical director and keyboards Steffen Schackinger on guitar Florian Navarro on reeds Jakob Rosendahl Povisen on violin Tobias Lautrup on cello Allan Nagel on bass Lars Mollenberg on drums  Song recordings Engineered by Brian Montgomery Vocals recorded at Avatar Studios, NYC, and the actors’ apartments during self isolation Songs in Episode 1 The Prologue (And the Sun Didn’t Rise Again)….. Company Twilight….. Bronwyn Bleeding Love….. Puppy Plastic Rose….. Bronwyn Songs in Episode 2 Up There….. Sweet William, The Super Up There (reprise)….. The Super The Cello Lesson….. Madame Floy Maybe I Met A Girl….. Sweet William It’s Just A Street….. Bronwyn Songs in Episode 3 Lolli Pops….. Lolli Lolli’s Popoff….. Lolli Is This Summer?….. Puppy, Bronwyn Intruders….. Madame Floy, Sweet William, The Super, Lolli The Finale….. Company

7th Son: Book One – Descent (The Beta Version)

  • Publisher: J.C. Hutchins
  • Total Episodes: 26

AUTHOR’S NOTE: This is “The Beta Version” of this podiobook. 7th Son: Descent is now available as a print novel from St. Martin’s Press. During the editorial process, significant changes and improvements were made to Descent’s print manuscript. Character names were changed, and events at the end of the print novel were modified in ways that will impact the rest of the print trilogy. The print novel represents an official reboot of the 7th Son series. Due to these changes, this “Beta Version” of Book One: Descent is no longer the “official” version of the podiobook. Please visit the 7th Son: Descent (The Print Edition) page to subscribe to the definitive version of the story. THE STORY Three weeks ago, the U.S. president was murdered by a four-year-old boy. Today, seven men stare at each other in a locked conference room. Kidnapped and brought to this underground facility, the strangers are sitting in silence, thunderstruck. Despite minor physical differences, they all appear to be the same man, with the same name … and the same childhood memories. Unwitting participants in a secret human cloning experiment, these seven “John Michael Smiths” have been gathered by their creators for one reason — to capture the mastermind behind the president’s assassination. Their target? The man they were cloned from; the original John Michael Smith, code-named John Alpha. Soon our heroes — John, Jack, Michael, Kilroy2.0 and the others — realize the president’s murder was merely a prologue to Alpha’s plans. As the mystery deepens and the implications of Alpha’s scheme are slowly revealed, the clones decide to stand against John Alpha. The outcome will unearth a conspiracy larger than they could have ever imagined. Descent is the first novel in J.C. Hutchins’ 7th Son thriller trilogy.

Canterbury Tales, The by CHAUCER, Geoffrey

  • Publisher: LibriVox
  • Total Episodes: 29

The Canterbury Tales is a collection of stories written in Middle English by Geoffrey Chaucer in the 14th century (two of them in prose, the rest in verse). The tales, some of which are originals and others not, are contained inside a frame tale and told by a group of pilgrims on their way from Southwark to Canterbury to visit the shrine of Saint Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral. The themes of the tales vary, and include topics such as courtly love, treachery, and avarice. The genres also vary, and include romance, Breton lai, sermon, beast fable, and fabliau. The characters, introduced in the General Prologue of the book, tell tales of great cultural relevance. The version read here was edited by D. Laing Purves (1838-1873) “for popular perusal” and the language is mostly updated. (Summary by Wikipedia/Gesine)

Paradise Lost by John Milton

  • Publisher: Loyal Books
  • Total Episodes: 20

Magnificent in its scale and scope, this monumental poem by the blind poet John Milton was the first epic conceived in the English language. It describes an omniscient, all powerful God, the Fall of Man, the Temptation in the Garden of Eden, the disgraced angel who later becomes known as Satan, the Angelic Wars fought by Archangels Michael and Raphael and the Son of God who is the real hero of this saga. The poet John Milton was more than sixty years old when he embarked on this immense work of literary creation. His father was a wealthy merchant who had embraced Protestantism despite opposition from his Catholic family. Milton grew up in a privileged environment, having been schooled at home by private tutors and traveling extensively throughout Italy. It was here that he first read Virgil and Homer and decided to create his own epic in English. Tumultuous historical events intervened, like the English Civil War and the establishment of Puritan Rule. Milton was deeply embroiled in politics and the new parliament. When the monarchy was restored, Milton found himself on the wrong side and he retreated into hiding where he began working on his dream of creating an epic to match the best in Latin and Greek. He completed it after five years of tremendous effort, since he was already totally blind when he began working. The entire work, consisting of nearly ten thousand individual lines of blank verse was dictated by Milton from memory, to a series of scribes. Paradise Lost consists of twelve smaller volumes divided into Books. Each one is devoted to a particular Biblical episode. It begins with a prologue that describes the subject of the epic, much like an introduction. The action shifts to the rebellion of Lucifer and from then on, to familiar episodes like the temptation of Adam and Eve and their disobedience to God’s laws. Satan and his unholy legions are described in great detail as are their rebellion and malevolence. Adam and Eve, God and the Son of God are portrayed in brilliant, unforgettable lines and the conflict between the forces of good and evil is represented on a cosmic scale. For lovers of poetry and literature, Paradise Lost represents a seminal work of supreme importance in English literature. Present-day readers will certainly find it fascinating to decode the multitude of classical references, Biblical lore, social and cultural themes that adorn this great work.

Bible (KJV) Apocrypha/Deuterocanon: Additions to Daniel by KING JAMES VERSION (KJV)

  • Publisher: LibriVox
  • Total Episodes: 3

The Additions to Daniel comprise three chapters not found in the Hebrew/Aramaic text of Daniel. The text of these chapters is found in the Greek Septuagint and in the earlier Old Greek translation. They are accepted as canonical and translated as such in Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Bibles. They are listed in Article VI of the Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of England. However, most Protestant versions exclude these passages as apocryphal, retaining only the text available today in the Hebrew/Aramaic manuscripts. The additions are: * The Prayer of Azariah and Song of the Three Holy Children : after Daniel 3:23, incorporates the Fiery Furnace episode. * Susanna and the Elders : before Daniel 1:1, a prologue in early Greek manuscripts; chapter 13 in the Vulgate. * Bel and the Dragon : after Daniel 12:13 in Greek, an epilogue; chapter 14 in the Vulgate. Bel and the Dragon is the supposed story of Daniel and his struggle with Cyrus King of Persia and his idolatrous people. It is considered a deuterocanonical book by some Christians and Apocryphal by others. The story covers two events, the reckoning of the falsity of Bel (a Babylonian idol) and a Dragon whom the Babylonians worshiped; along with Daniel’s being thrown in a lion’s den, and his deliverance. The History of The Destruction of Bel and the Dragon is read from the Holy Bible, King James Version 1611 which includes the Apocrypha. (Summary from Wikipedia and by David Shamp)

Midsummer Night’s Dream (version 2), A by SHAKESPEARE, William

  • Publisher: LibriVox
  • Total Episodes: 5

Shakespeare’s festive comedy combines classical Athenian characters (Duke Theseus and his conquered Amazonian bride Hippolyta) with four contentious lovers, a forest full of quarreling and mischievous fairies and adds a dose of amateur theatre for good measure. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast Theseus/Oberon: Algy Pug Hippolyta/Titania: Elizabeth Klett Philostrate/Puck: Amy Gramour Egeus: Bruce Pirie Hermia: Elizabeth Barr Lysander: Dan Raynham Demetrius: Bear Schacht Helena: Kristingj Peter Quince/Prologue: Arielle Lipshaw Francis Flute/Thisby: Jeff Schwab Nick Bottom/Pyramus: Bob Gonzalez Tom Snout/Wall: Grace Snug/Lion: Katalina Watt Robin Starveling/Moonshine/Cobweb: Nolan Fount Fairy: Tiffany Halla Colonna Peaseblossom: Lucy Perry Moth: Psudonae Vox Mustardseed: Laurie Anne Walden Narrator: Ernst Pattynama Audio editing: Elizabeth Klett

A Brief History of Finance

  • Publisher: Unknown
  • Total Episodes: 2

An exploration of crashes, manias, and other interesting stops along the brief history of finance. In studying these moments we can get a better understanding of where we are today. The past is prologue.

The Prologue – Cash & Co.

  • Publisher: Chad
  • Total Episodes: 1

“The Prologue” tells the story in real time of HOW, WHAT, WHY, and everything in-between the brand CASH & CO. Learn the everyday struggles of starting, running and maintaining an active E-COMM business. From funding, design, to marketing – many things are moving everyday. Hosted by our Founders – Anna & Chad Hernandez, they tell the story of how this business came to be the children headwear staple.

PURVEYR—Radio: Prologue

  • Publisher: PURVEYR
  • Total Episodes: 10

We are very excited to announce our first ever podcast show for PURVEYR—Radio, “Prologue,” a show where we will interview different individuals from the diverse fields of Philippine creative culture. Expect to hear personal stories of growth, success, failures, and more.

Hamlet (version 3) by SHAKESPEARE, William

  • Publisher: LibriVox
  • Total Episodes: 5

The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark is a tragedy by William Shakespeare. Set in the Kingdom of Denmark, the play dramatizes the revenge Prince Hamlet exacts on his uncle Claudius for murdering King Hamlet, Claudius’s brother and Prince Hamlet’s father, and then succeeding to the throne and taking as his wife Gertrude, the old king’s widow and Prince Hamlet’s mother. The play vividly portrays both true and feigned madness – from overwhelming grief to seething rage – and explores themes of treachery, revenge, incest, and moral corruption. (Summary by Wikipedia)Cast:Bernardo: Ernst PattynamaFrancisco, Cornelius, Gentleman, Danes, Osric: Martin GeesonHoratio: Robert HoffmanMarcellus: KristingjClaudius, Second Clown: Elizabeth KlettVoltimand: David LawrenceLaertes: Nathanial W.C. HigginsPolonius, Fortinbras, Servant, Danes: Algy PugHamlet: Arielle LipshawGertrude: Amy GramourOphelia: Miss AvariceGhost, First Player, Player King: Bob GonzalezReynaldo: April GonzalesRosencrantz: GraceGuildenstern: Chuck WilliamsonPlayer Queen: CaprishaPagePrologue, Lucianus: Emily FeukaCaptain, Danes, First Priest: WupperhippoFirst Sailor, Danes: Ric FMessenger: Anna SimonFirst Clown, First Ambassador: Alan MapstoneLord: Aidan BrackNarrator: Cynthia MoyerAudio edited by Arielle Lipshaw

Distilled Magic: The Iron Earth

  • Publisher: B Smythe
  • Total Episodes: 12

The prologue is done, now it’s time for season 2 of Distilled Magic: The Iron EarthJoin us as we plan to roll dice, be geeky and generally go through the shenanigans that gamers do.Visit our patreon to help pay for editing at http://www.patreon.com/distilledmagicGive us feedback by email at [email protected] or on twitter at @distilled_magicSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/distilled-magic-dungeons-and-drinking-maybe-dragons. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Faust I by GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von

  • Publisher: LibriVox
  • Total Episodes: 8

Faust is the protagonist of a classic German legend; a highly successful scholar, but also dissatisfied with his life, and so makes a deal with the devil, exchanging his soul for unlimited knowledge and worldly pleasures.Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s Faust is a tragic play in two parts. It is Goethe’s most famous work and considered by many to be one of the greatest works of German literature.This first part of Faust is not divided into acts, but is structured as a sequence of scenes in a variety of settings. After a dedicatory poem and a prelude in the theatre, the actual plot begins with a prologue in Heaven and Scene 1 in Faust’s study. (Summary modified from Wikipedia) Cast List: Narrator, Stage Directions, Dedication: Alex Foster Mephistopheles: om123 Faust: Stewart Wills Margaret (Gretchen): Lucy Perry Manager (scene 22), Chorus of Disciples, Beggar, Crane: George Deprez, PhD Dramatic Poet, Chorus of Disciples, Citizen 2, Wizards, Minister, Worldling: bish Merry-Andrew, Chorus of Disciples, Apprentice 1, Citizen 3, Siebel, Valentine, Wizards, Purist, Leader of the Band, Sceptic, The Heavy Fellows, Parvenu, Oberon, The Adroit, Dancing-Master: ToddHW Raphael, Chorus of Angels, Student 1, Author, Musagetes: tipaew Gabriel, Chorus of Angels, Student 2, Proktophantasmist, Xenies, Dogmatist: David Lawrence Manager (Prelude), Michael, Chorus of Angels, Citizen 1, Servibilis, Hennings, Idealist: Peter Yearsley The Lord, Old Peasant, Spirits, Ci-Devant Genius of the Age, Supernaturalist: Marty Kris Wagner, General, Weathercock, Realist: John Burnett People, Witches, Titania: Ana Simão Chorus of Women, Servant-Girl 2, Peasants, Chorus (scene 20), Voice 2, Half-Witch, Witches, Orchestra: Kalynda Martha, Chorus of Women, Servant-Girl 1, Peasants, Citizen’s Daughter, The She-Ape, The Witch, Lisbeth, Huckster-Witch, Young Witch, Witches, Solo, Little Couple, Dancer: Natalie Chorus of Women, Old Woman, Spirits, Evil Spirit, Old Witch, Matron: Rosalind Wills Apprentice 2, Soldiers, Northern Artist, The Heavy Fellows: Lars Rolander Spirit, Apprentice 3, Soldiers, Peasants, People, Chorus (scene 20), Ariel, Spirit Just Growing into Form, Will-O’-The-Wisps: TriciaG Apprentice 4, Soldiers, Peasants, Chorus (scene 20), Voice 1, Orchestra, Little Couple, The Awkward: Liberty Stump Apprentice 5, Soldiers, The He-Ape, The Orthodox, Shooting-Star: Bob Gonzalez Frosch, Will-O’-The-Wisp, Inquisitive Traveller: Ransom Brander, Herald, Good Fellow: Algy Pug Altmayer, Puck: John FrickerEditors: Stewart Wills om123 Natalie David Olson Hennell Annise TriciaG Roseanne Schmidt Corinna Schultz Linette Geisel David Lawrence

Roll For Sanity

  • Publisher: RfS
  • Total Episodes: 7

Roll for Sanity is a horror-themed D&D podcast. Join our bumbling heroes as they struggle their way through possessed wildlife, homicidal doctors, folk tales and more! Our current campaign follows the adventures of Donovan, Casadius, Mavrius, and Doobert, seeking to oppose the efforts of a strange and alien force that mostly resembles what happens if you microwave a cellphone. Episodes recorded every Wednesday! (Episode 1-6 is the prologue!)

Real Washington

  • Publisher: Levick
  • Total Episodes: 3

Welcome to Real Washington, a new podcast where thought leaders from litigation and regulation to Wall Street and movement politics discuss what’s next. We started this podcast because we too often miss the signs of the future. Too busy with the now to register what’s next. There is always a canary in the coal mine. A warning sign of future crisis, when the past becomes prologue. If only we had paid attention.

Wall-e #onceuponatime 1

  • Publisher: Laura Fausti
  • Total Episodes: 5

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