Last featured in the 11-10-2017 Scout Report, Revolutions has continued to explore these periods of political upheaval and societal transformation. Since being featured, the podcast has produced series covering the European revolutions of 1848, the Paris Commune, and the Mexican Revolution. The current series covers the Russian Revolution.
Revolutions is a history podcast by veteran podcaster Mike Duncan, who previously created the popular History of Rome podcast and recently published The Storm Before the Storm: The Beginning of the End of the Roman Republic. The scope of Duncan's newest podcast is even broader than his previous one, aiming to cover a variety of famous revolutions throughout world history. Each episode is dedicated to a particular story or aspect of a specific historical revolution. Revolutions featured on the podcast have included the English Civil War, the American Revolution, the French Revolution, the Haitian Revolution, Simon Bolivar and Gran Colombia, and the July Revolution. Each of these topics has received between 8 and 55 individual episodes (lasting 30-40 minutes). Visitors can listen to all podcast episodes on the page linked above or subscribe to the podcast on most podcatchers. On that same page, users can learn about Mike Duncan ("About Me"), find the extensive literature used to create each series ("Bibliography"), and get links to recommended readings ("Audible Recs").