What happens to a place when the cultures within it change over time? Lost Cultures: Living Legacies, a new podcast from Travel + Leisure, spotlights destinations that have experienced significant cultural shifts throughout history. We reveal how they build upon and complement one another, while preserving their traditions. Through conversations with archeologists, academics, artists, and local members of the communities, we recount the evolution of these enduring cultures from their beginnings to modern day. Upcoming episodes feature the Ainu in Japan, the Maya in Mexico, the Tongva in California, the Nubians in Egypt, and many more. New episodes every Wednesday starting April 19.
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I’ve listened to other “history and culture” podcasts but they are often told from the usual white/colonial perspective; this podcast is different! The sources of information are told by the descendants of each culture with amazing detail! I gave this a 5 star rating because I would not have easily found such a rich trove of information, I feel as if I have found a fresh spring of water in a bone dry desert. Thank you so much for the outstanding work put into this podcast, I can feel the love!
I have really enjoyed listening to this show! It’s an easy podcast to listen to. The episodes are not too long. However, I consistently find myself learning so much as I listen.
I am absolutely thrilled to have discovered this podcast. I enjoy hearing about the different perspectives and learning so much more about people who are so often overlooked. I was overjoyed to be able to learn about the native people of my hometown of Los Angeles and I hope more voices of native communities will be heard. The podcast uses a good blend of personal stories and facts.
Before there is no one left to tell you about it, Occitane - Alpine, stretching from Italy to Spain according to my Valle Maira hosts.
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Lost Cultures: Living Legacies launched 6 months ago and published 12 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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