Days That Changed The World by Carrie Gibson is a nonfiction podcast I was able to download to my Kindle for FREE from Audible. Listening time for Days That Changed The World by Carrie Gibson is 4 hours, 50 minutes. Below is my honest, unbiased review of Days That Changed The World by Carrie Gibson.
I enjoyed listening to these eleven diverse podcasts pertaining to various days in history that had a significant impact on the world today from the Chernobyl disaster on April 26, 1986, the protesting of Miss World in 1970, the black salute in the 1968 summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico, to Stuxnet (malicious computer worm) in 2010... Plus, more!!
If you are a history lover and want insight on days that changed the world, then grab Days That Changed The World by Carrie Gibson from Audible.
The following is the publisher's summary for Days That Changed The World by Carrie Gibson from Audible:
Ordinary people. Extraordinary stories. Listen to history's unsung heroes who changed the world, in this powerful documentary series. Get closer to events you may only have heard about from school books with these first person accounts of key moments in recent world history.I am giving Days That Changed The World by Carrie Gibson a rating of 3 stars out of 5 stars.
In each episode we explore pertinent dates from 1936 to 2010 and find out what happened through the eyes of those who were there. Crossing the globe and drawing on events in London, Mexico City and Afghanistan to name but a few we hear stories including takes from an athlete, journalist, chess player and soldier.
Until my next post, happy reading!!