The Podcast Network currently produces the following podcasts and entertains hundreds of thousands of listeners every month.
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We launched Life Of Caesar in December 2013 and by July 2014 it was one of the top podcasts in the Australian and the American iTunes charts. Hosts Cameron Reilly (co-founder of The Podcast Network, co-host of the much loved Napoleon Bonaparte Podcast) and Ray Harris Jr (host of the also much-loved WWII Podcast) have joined forces to tell the story of one of history’s most famous personalities. This is a history podcast the likes of which you’ve never heard before.
As one reviewer wrote:
“What if history nerds took over the morning show at the classic rock radio station? You’d probably get something like “Life of Caesar”—and it’s as big a threat to America’s youth as Howard Stern ever was.”
Join the President of the International Napoleonic Society, Sir J. David Markham, and Cameron Reilly, as they walk you through the entire history of Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of the French. Was he a warmongerer or the first self-made man?
Produced between 2005 and 2008, this is one of the original history podcasts, has 60 episodes, almost 100 hours of content.
Join Pippa Evans and Sanderson Jones, the co-founders of The Sunday Assembly, the “atheist church” that has exploded around the world since its creation in January 2013, and Cameron Reilly, as they chat with guests about how to “live better, help often and wonder more”.
Starting in November 2004, with the first podcast EVER produced in Australia (and it was also the first podcast ever recorded on Skype anywhere in the world), Cameron Reilly produced over 400 podcasts on technology, science, philosophy and politics. The show was originally called “G’Day World” and then re-branded to “No Illusions”. Check out the archives for interviews with everyone from Noam Chomsky to Ray Kurzweil, Jeffrey Katzenberg and Leo Sayer.