The Olympic Games is an athletic festival originally created by the ancient Greeks to celebrate their gods, but it disappeared for hundreds of years, but now it’s one of the world’s largest events. Theme music is by Daryl Banner. Become a member on the Cultured, But… Not Really Patreon page to get access to ad-free versions of this […]
Anybody who lived through the 90s can tell you a thing or two when you say Buffy the Vampire Slayer. This television show has left a giant cultural footprint and paved the way for television of today.
The music of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky is some of the most iconic and recognizable music all around the world. Let’s listen to some music and discover where we may have heard some of Tchaikovsky’s most famous scores!
While the religion of the of the Old Norse are no longer widely practiced, the stories of their gods and monsters still live on in our modern culture. The Norse myths have been the inspiration for a great many artistic endeavors, from Richard Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen to Santa Monica Studio’s 2018 God of War. Let’s see just how imbedded these stories are in our daily lives.
Video games are a staple to our modern culture. We certainly have many people to be thankful for that, but there’s one person in particular who we want to celebrate today, and that is game designer Roberta Williams.
Although the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest has already passed, we wanted to continue the fun by introducing it to our U.S. audience!
Bread has been engrained into our American culture that we often forget its cultural significance, not only to the US but to so many countries around the world! What is bread? Where did it come from? What does the future of bread look like? All will be answered!
Whatcha say that we learn a little bit about the woman who revolutionized the pop music scene? That’s right! It’s Imogen Heap!
We all recognize the name Vincent Van Gogh from paintings such as Starry Night and Café Terrace at Night, but do we really know his story?
Welcome to the very first full episode of Cultured, But… Not Really! When preparing for this podcast, we sat down to practice with some topics we were really interested in, and we decided to share one of those episodes with you! This episode on Frank Lloyd Wright and is ad-free. Because of all these factors, we decided to make this our Episode “0” because we really upped our game for our first episode. We hope you enjoy!