24 Hours After, an original podcast from The HISTORY® Channel, takes listeners on a deep dive into the immediate aftermath of critical moments that reshaped the world. Each season, we will experience one of these key events with immersive sound design, to put us behind the eyes and ears of those who were there and learn how their minute-by-minute decisions rippled into the future. Hosted by historian Steve Gillon, we speak to experts, authors, and eyewitnesses to paint a full picture of each turning point in history. more
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How did the Kennedy assassination impact the nation in the hours that followed his death? And how did this event—and the decisions made by all those involved—alter the course of history? more
Jackie returns to Washington in shock and in mourning. But she’ll have no time to grieve: she needs to plan a funeral and protect her children, even as Lyndon Johnson and his administration are already moving into the White House. more
Traveling with JFK to Dallas were two of his closest aides – Kenneth O’Donnell and Dave Powers. With his sudden passing, they find themselves stuck between their loyalty to the President and their duty to the nation. more
This is an entertaining podcast. It is not accurate to witness testimony or contradictory evidence that the second investigation by the United States government conducts in the late 1970s. For example, the last two shots in Dealy Plaza, according to all witnesses and the recorded tape of a Dallas motorcycle, came almost immediately together. Additionally, Oswald was court-martialed for a venereal disease that he contracted in a Japanese brothel off limits to anyone non commissioned. Charges were... more
By examining the impact this national tragedy had on those closest to President Kennedy, this inventive series breathed life into a nearly 60-year-old mystery. Each episode was compelling, rich and extremely well-made. From the firsthand interviews to the meticulously constructed timeline, this is a fascinating listen for casual history students and JFK enthusiasts alike.
Exceptional audio program that captures the spirit of the country in the eyes of those closest to JFK, notably Jacklyn’s pain and suffering and LBJ’s accepting his new role as commander in chief
Beautifully and meticulously produced. bravo
Love this podcast but there’s a error at the start of episode 4. The narrator references “Thursday, Nov. 22.” That date was, famously, a Friday. Can you fix this error, please?
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24 Hours After: The JFK Assassination launched a year ago and published 9 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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