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Welcome back to Jo’s Art History Podcast and the FINAL episode of season 2! It’s a two-part special this week and I’m joined by art dealer Will Jarvis to discuss the history of art patronage! Will and I take you on a whistle-stop tour of art creation and support from cave paintings to the cutting edge contemporary market of today! It’s a great episode to close season 2 so I hope you enjoy it! Will also discusses Gertrude, his art subscription service and how that is changing the way people engage with the art market! Host: Jo McLaughlin Instagram: @josarthistory Website: josarthistory@gmail.com Guest: Will Jarvis. Email: will@gertrude.com Learn more about Gertrude here: https://gertrude.com/
Welcome back to Jo’s Art History Podcast and the FINAL episode of season 2! It’s a two-part special this week and I’m joined by art dealer Will Jarvis to discuss the history of art patronage! Will and I take you on a whistle-stop tour of art creation and support from cave paintings to the cutting edge contemporary market of today! Will also discusses Gertrude, his art subscription service and how that is changing the way people engage with the art market! It’s a great episode to close season 2 so I hope you enjoy it! Host: Jo McLaughlin Instagram: @josarthistory Website: josarthistory@gmail.com Guest: Will Jarvis. Email: will@gertrude.com Learn more about Gertrude here: https://gertrude.com/
Why is art Important? It’s a big question; and one that I have asked every guest on the podcast so far. So, join me this week as I try to unpack the multiple answers to this question with a little help of some of the podcast’s previous guests! Enjoy! Jo x
Celtic Mirrors & Iron Age Treasures with James Handley Welcome back to Jo’s Art History Podcast!! We are nearing the end of Season 2 and this week I am bringing you something a little different - an episode all about Celtic Mirrors and Iron Age Treasure! This week, I sit down with British Artist James Handley to discuss something completely unique to Britain, Celtic Hand Held Mirrors which have been found all over the British Isles. But, I hear you ask, what are these mirrors so important? To begin with, they are incredibly rare, only been 29 or 30 of these incredible mirrors have been discovered. They are also incredibly detailed and complex in their design and build, which when you think about when they were first created (from approximately 300 B.C. to 70 A.D) it is beyond mind-blowing. We know very little about them but what they do offer modern-day viewers is a look into British Craft and Design History. James also discusses one of the greatest Celtic Art finds ever discovered in Britain, the Battersea Shield, as well as one of the biggest ‘Torc’ findings in Britain. This episode celebrates the craftsmanship, beauty and design of these objects and why they deserve to be considered as some of the greatest artworks ever made in Britain. Enjoy! Jo Guest: James Handley @jameshandleyart Mirror https://celticmirrors.org/#ironage I think I have decided on the objects (i believe we said we would choose 5?) that might work well on the podcast. 1) Desborough Mirror ( https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/H_1924-0109-1 ) https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/H_1924-0109-1 2) Chettle Down Mirror ( https://i1.wp.com/celticmirrors.org/images/chettleparkhoardLg2.jpg?ssl=1 ) 3) Birdlip Mirror ( https://i2.wp.com/celticmirrors.org/images/birdlipdecoratedLg.jpg?ssl=1 ) 4) The Great Snettisham Gold Torc ( https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/H_1951-0402-2 ) https://blog.britishmuseum.org/how-do-you-put-on-a-torc/ https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/H_1951-0402-2 https://mymodernmet.com/celtic-coin-hoard-boudica/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBu6cixcaxI 5) The Battersea Shield ( https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/H_1857-0715-1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnOp3S2QUMs https://www.bridgemanimages.com/en/celtic/birdlip-mirror-c-50-ad-bronze/nomedium/asset/3854279
It’s Episode 50 and oh my - I have quite the episode for you all this week! Today, I speak with the brilliant Sara McKee, who is an art historian and gallerist based in Caernarfon in Wales. After studying Art History at University Sara ’got herself real Job’ in the advertising and marketing world and soon enough made a name for herself in the industry. It wasn’t until the tragic death of her husband, however, that Sara decided to return to her first love - Art History. Fast forward 10 years Sara now runs Life: Full Colour, a gallery dedicated to supporting both artists and the community in where it is based. In this episode, Sara and I discuss the importance of creativity, why it is never too late for a career in the art world and why we should all be living our lives in Full Colour. A beautiful episode that will uplift and inspire. Thank you, Sara - it was a pleasure. Enjoy all! Jo
Welcome back to Jo’s Art History Podcast! This week I am joined by British artist, Cherish Marshall, who will be sharing her love of all things Salvador Dali! Dali is now an iconic artist whose art seems to have worked its way into the fabric of our everyday living. Much like artists like Van Gogh, Dali is associated with certain items - such as melting clocks & surrealist landscapes - yet there is so much more to this great man! Cherish talks about 4 lesser-known works from the great artist and discusses beautifully why there is so much more to Dali than melting clocks and giant elephants!!! We discuss his ‘Jeremy Kyle’ levels of family up-bring, his love of bread, a late in life finding of religion, his money-making mentality and just what role he played in one of today’s biggest sweet brands - Chupa Chups!!! Another great episode and guest! I learned a lot in this episode and I’m sure you will too! Love, Jo xx Host: Jo McLaughlin Instagram: @josarthistory Guest Cherish Marshall Website: https://www.cherishmarshall.org/news-bio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cherishmemarshall/ Painting Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cherishmarshallpainting/ Image 1 - Figura en una finestra (Figure at the Window) - 1925, Oil on papier-mâché https://www.museoreinasofia.es/en/collection/artwork/figura-finestra-figure-window Blog post mentioned in the episode: https://www.geoffharrisonarts.com/blog/tag/Ana+Maria+Dali Image 2 Un Chien Andalou (An Andalusian Dog) 1929, Short Surreal Film This is the film that got Dali into the surrealist clan. The film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cB7gd_t6WMQ Image 3 Chupa Chups Lolly pop - Design by Dali in 1969 https://www.logodesignlove.com/chupa-chups-logo https://blog.leoprinting.co.uk/blog/salvador-dali-chupa-chups-logo https://www.thedaliuniverse.com/en/news-dali-and-advertising Image 4 Bedroom of Bread - “Bread,” wrote Salvador Dalí in 1945, “has always been one of the oldest fetishistic and obsessive subjects in my work, the one to which I have remained the most faithful. ‘ https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/europe/how-dali-transformed-dough-into-a-surreal-slice-of-life-139293.html https://ivc.lib.rochester.edu/breaking-dalinian-bread-on-consuming-the-anthropomorphic-performative-ferocious-and-eucharistic-loaves-of-salvador-dali/ Salvador house tour - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezvMuI_d0_A Timeline: https://thedali.org/about-the-museum/timeline/ Overview of Dali: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salvador_Dal%C3%AD#Exhumation Dali Museum: https://www.salvador-dali.org/en/
This week I sit down with photographer Rachel Vogeleisen to discuss 4 works from the brilliant Artemisia Gentileschi!!! Artemisia Gentileschi was an Italian Baroque painter and is considered among the most accomplished seventeenth-century artists. In an era when women had few opportunities to pursue artistic training or work as professional artists, Gentileschi was the first woman to become a member of the Accademia di Arte del Disegno in Florence and she had an international clientele. Many of Gentileschi's paintings feature women from myths, allegories, and the Bible, including victims, suicides, and warriors. Gentileschi was known for being able to depict the female figure with great naturalism and for her skill in handling colour to express dimension and drama. Her achievements as an artist were long overshadowed by the story of Agostino Tassi raping her when she was a young woman and her participation in the trial of her rapist. Rachel and I discuss how this event shaped the art that she made, why she is a feminist icon and why her subjects are still (sadly) so relevant to today’s world. A great episode and I hope you enjoy it! Jo Host: Jo McLaughlin @josarthistory Guest: Rachel Vogeleisen Website: https://rachelvogeleisenprints.com Instagram @rachelvogeleisen SOME LINKS: Great overview and videos of Artemisia: https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/renaissance-reformation/baroque-art1/baroque-italy/a/gentileschi-conversion-of-the-magdalene And here: https://www.designartmagazine.com/2020/12/artemisia-gentileschi.html National Gallery Artemisia in 8 paintings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNsg6RnlJtI&t=618s National Gallery Series on restoring Self-portrait: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXX8s2aH5co&t=0s FKA Twigs on Artemisia Gentileschi for Google Arts and Culture: https://artsandculture.google.com/project/artemisia-gentileschi Judith slaying Holofernes https://www.uffizi.it/en/artworks/judith-beheading-holofernes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corisca_and_the_Satyr https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judith_Slaying_Holofernes_(Artemisia_Gentileschi,_Naples) Judith and maidservant https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judith_and_Her_Maidservant_(Detroit) Corsica and the satyr https://www.artemisiagentileschi.org/corisca-and-the-satyr/ Susanna and the elders.
Barbara Hepworth is one of the greatest artists to ever come out of the UK. Achieving monumental heights of fame and success during her life, she developed a sculptural language that makes her work not only timeless but so instantly recognisable as her own. This week I take you on a whistle-stop tour of her life and work during her time living and working in her iconic studio and gardens in St.Ives!! I talk you through Hepworth’s practice, my experience while visiting her studio in St Ives, August 2021; and why I think it’s important to visit where an artist works to truly help understand what makes them tick as a creator. The studio was an experience which will stay with me forever and somewhere I cannot recommend enough should you find yourself in Cornwall and wondering how to spend a day!! I hope you enjoy it! Jo Instagram:@josarthistory Some links! Hepworth Estate: https://barbarahepworth.org.uk/st-ives/ Hepworth St Ives: https://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-st-ives/barbara-hepworth-museum-and-sculpture-garden Hepworth Wakefield: https://hepworthwakefield.org/ New Art Centre: https://www.sculpture.uk.com/barbara-hepworth Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbara_Hepworth Tate: https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/dame-barbara-hepworth-1274 My blog on the Hepworth Garden and Studio: https://www.josarthistory.com/post/down-the-rabbit-hole-barbara-hepworth-museum-and-sculpture-garden-st-ives VIDEO ON THE SCULPTURE GARDEN: https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/dame-barbara-hepworth-1274/barbara-hepworth-sculpture-garden
TRIGGER WARNING This episode contains references to rape and sexual violence, which some listeners may find upsetting. Welcome back to Jo’s Art History Podcast.  This week I sit down with Melody Thornton to discuss the representations of rape and sexual violence within Art History. Melody talks us through 5 works from within the history of art which, on first appearance, seem perfectly innocent. We discuss misleading titles, the language used to describe / justify the scenes / what is happening and why these images continue to be celebrated within the history of art despite depicting violence towards women. This episode has left me asking more questions than it has given answers and I want to thank Melody for being such a brilliant guest and discussing this topic with me. Melody is incredibly knowledgeable about this subject, having had it inspire her series of photographic works which sees her save women throughout art history from their abusers as part of her master’s degree. Please check out her series via her Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/melodythorntonartist/ I completely understand this topic is not for everyone, however, art history is full of depictions of women (and men) suffering at the hands of an abuser and I feel it is important to have this conversation. There has been essays, catalogues and exhibitions based around this subject. Any episode I release is never meant to upset or anger anyone, only educate and start a discussion. Please do listen, this conversation is an important one. Links for further information: The un-heroic art: http://employees.oneonta.edu/farberas/arth/arth200/Heroic_Rape.html Leda and the Swan: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leda_and_the_Swan_(Michelangelo) The Rape of Europa: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rape_of_Europa_(Titian) Artemisia - Rape Survivor and her Revenge: https://www.dailyartmagazine.com/artemisia-gentileschi-rape-survivor-revenge/ Apollo and Daphne: https://www.carpediemrome.com/apollo-and-daphne/
He may be one of art history’s most iconic artists but there is a lot to Vincent Van Gogh which has become myth and legend - and some of it more damaging to his repetition than you might expect!! This week I am joined by Yorkshire based artist Mimi (Millie) Cullen to discuss the one, the only - Vincent Van Gogh. Mini takes a drive into Van Gogh life, his mental health struggles, discuss how ‘the ear’ incident (isn’t what it seems to be) and the love between Vincent and his brother Theo. We discuss three iconic works and discuss how being such a famous artist in death, is actually, sometimes, a bad thing. As people (aka me) tend to think there is nothing new to learn. It's a great episode with a great guest!  ENJOY!! For further information & learning: Vincent Sunflowers talk at the National Gallery: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YV4YGUAHPJU Sunflowers: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-01-25/van-gogh27s-sunflower-paintings-reunited-in-london/5218680 Self-portrait with Bandaged Ear: https://courtauld.ac.uk/highlights/self-portrait-with-bandaged-ear/ Starry Night: https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/the-starry-night/bgEuwDxel93-Pg?hl=en-GB Starry night Video Khan Academy: https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/becoming-modern/avant-garde-france/post-impressionism/v/vincent-van-gogh-the-starry-night Starry Night - Great art explained in 15 minutes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wk9L1N9bRRE Van Gogh Letters translated: http://vangoghletters.org/vg/by_period.html
44. The Art of Pride

44. The Art of Pride

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Welcome back to Jo’s Art History Podcast Today we are celebrating the art of pride by taking a whistle-stop tour of 5 works that celebrate the LGBTQ+ community. Starting as a blog post back in 2020, I received a lot of attention from this blog and decided to turn it into an Instagram series. I learnt so much that it seemed a shame to leave it hidden in the depths of my Instagram / blog so I decided to turn it into a podcast episode! I hope you like it. Today I’ll be discussing the original pride flag, the first public monument to the LGBT+ community and how a Hackney street artist raised thousands of pounds in aid of celebrating Pride! Host: Jo McLaughlin Instagram @josarthistory You can also find this podcast on Youtube! Links Blog article: https://www.josarthistory.com/post/the-art-of-pride Gilbert Baker: https://www.google.com/search?q=Gilbert+Baker%2C+Rainbow+Flag%2C+1978&oq=Gilbert+Baker%2C+Rainbow+Flag%2C+1978&aqs=chrome..69i57.120495j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Gay Liberation Monument: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gay_Liberation_Monument Legacy Project: https://legacyprojectchicago.org/person/frida-kahlo Keith Haring Foundation: https://foundationblog.haring.com/topics/gay-pride **The Glasgow Statue I was talking about in the episode is called the Duke of Wellington - not the Duke of Cumberland. Find more and his LGBTQ+ cone here: https://www.glasgowlive.co.uk/news/glasgow-news/new-lgbtqi-heritage-trail-launches-16765360 WATCH: It’s A Sin: https://www.channel4.com/programmes/its-a-sin Warning - it will break your heart.
This week’s episode is a two-part special all about land art!! I’m joined by the brilliant art historian Liuka Jonynaite who talks us through two iconic land artists - Walter De Maria and Michael Heizer. We discuss pushing the boundaries of land art, why its an important movement, what it means to create something which is only ever meant to be temporary, why photography is such an important tool in Land Art and what we can all learn about ourselves from looking at something which is only temporary! Before we hit record, I had never come across either artist but, since researching and speaking with Liuka, she has inspired me to learn even more about these two interesting Land artists. Each part of the episode focuses on each artist in particular - the conversation was so good I didn’t want to cut anything out so it's a bumper 2 part episode this week for you all! Part 1 Liuka and I discuss: - Walter De Maria Earth Room, Munich, and New York additions - Walter De Maria Mile Long Drawing Part 2 Liuka and I discuss: - Michael Heizer Double Negative - Michael Heizer Munich Depression and its digital execution in the Whitney Museum of Art Real Size Munich Rotary. Thank you so much to Liuka for a brilliant and insightful conversation! Guest: Liuka Jonynaite Host: Jo McLaughlin
This week’s episode is a two-part special all about land art!! I’m joined by the brilliant art historian Liuka Jonynaite who talks us through two iconic land artists - Walter De Maria and Michael Heizer. We discuss pushing the boundaries of land art, why its an important movement, what it means to create something which is only ever meant to be temporary, why photography is such an important tool in Land Art and what we can all learn about ourselves from looking at something which is only temporary! Before we hit record, I had never come across either artist but, since researching and speaking with Liuka, she has inspired me to learn even more about these two interesting Land artists. Each part of the episode focuses on each artist in particular - the conversation was so good I didn’t want to cut anything out so it's a bumper 2 part episode this week for you all! Part 1 Liuka and I discuss: - Walter De Maria Earth Room, Munich, and New York additions - Walter De Maria Mile Long Drawing Part 2 Liuka and I discuss: - Michael Heizer Double Negative - Michael Heizer Munich Depression and its digital execution in the Whitney Museum of Art Real Size Munich Rotary. Thank you so much to Liuka for a brilliant and insightful conversation! Guest: Liuka Jonynaite Host: Jo McLaughlin
Welcome back to part 4 of my series Art of the Deal! This time I'm taking you on a whistle-stop tour of the life of Italian/American art dealer Leo Castelli. Castelli was a powerhouse on the American art scene in the 1950s / 60s / 70s and helped champion the names of now art world superstars Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg! Castelli has left a lasting impact on the art scene as we know it and even mentored now mega dealer Larry Gagosian when he was starting out. I talk you through how Castelli ended up working in the art world at the age of 50, the 'Castelli Method' and how he forged lifelong bonds with the artists he showed. Castelli is an incredible character within the history of art and the art market and I hope you enjoy learning more about this brilliant dealer! Host: Jo McLaughlin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josarthistory/ Website: https://www.josarthistory.com/podcast Where can I find out more about Leo Castelli? There is a great chapter written about Castelli in Rogues’ Gallery by Philip Hook - available on Amazon. I picked up my copy for £3! You can hear Castelli speak about his life as a dealer in 1976 on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vxKIzFRGPA&t=229s The Art Story on Leo Castelli: https://www.theartstory.org/gallery-castelli-leo.htm You can read more about him here: https://somethingcurated.com/2019/06/12/the-life-legacy-of-legendary-new-york-art-dealer-leo-castelli/ Book Leo and his Circle - be warned it is pretty pricey: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Leo-His-Circle-Life-Castelli/dp/1400044278 Artsy Article: https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-leo-castelli-changed-art-market-forever Interview with Castelli and Roy Lichtenstein: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAW1Xipmpt0
Trip to Paris anyone? This week on Jo’s Art History Podcast I’m joined by art historian Alexandra Kiely as she takes us on a whistle-stop tour of the incredible history of Norte Dame Cathedral in Paris! We discuss Norte Dame’s change of importance, use and of course, the fire which tore through it in 2019, as well as the conservation efforts taking place to return the world-famous cathedral to its former glory. Alexandra love for this great cathedral shines all the way throughout this episode and I’m so excited for you to listen, learn and enjoy! Guest: Alexandra Kiely Website: https://ascholarlyskater.com Writing on Art Magazine: https://www.dailyartmagazine.com/author/alexandra-kiely/ Host: Jo McLaughlin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josarthistory/ Website: https://www.josarthistory.com/podcast Links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTilOMlJYes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdETgSLhjT0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYvhsyaiUeI
Fancy a trip down the rabbit hole? I know I do! On this week’s solo episode I review the blockbuster exhibition from the V&A Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser. I’m a massive fan of anything the V&A does and this exhibition was no exception. I take you on a whistle-stop walkthrough of the exhibition, offering my open and honest opinion on what I loved and what I did not about the V&A’s latest show. All opinions are my own and this visit was not sponsored in any way. Host: Jo McLaughlin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josarthistory/ Website: https://www.josarthistory.com/podcast V&A - Alice exhibition overview: https://www.vam.ac.uk/articles/inside-the-alice-curiouser-and-curiouser-exhibition V&A - VR Alice game: https://www.vam.ac.uk/articles/curious-alice-the-vr-experience V&A - Infinity Dress: https://www.vam.ac.uk/articles/the-infinity-dress-by-iris-van-herpen GQ Mag Tim Walker Alice: https://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/article/pirelli-2018-calendar Vogue Tim Walker: https://www.vogue.com/article/pirelli-calendar-2018-tim-walker Pierelli Calander: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pirelli_Calendar Iris Van Herpen: http://www.irisvanherpen.com/ Alice in Wonderland history: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice%27s_Adventures_in_Wonderland#Adaptations_and_influence History of the V&A: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victoria_and_Albert_Museum Alice in Wonderland Opera/Ballet: https://www.roh.org.uk/productions/alices-adventures-in-wonderland-by-christopher-wheeldon
Hello and welcome back to Jo’s Art History Podcast - a podcast that celebrates all things art historical with your host Jo McLaughlin Today I sit down with Glasgow based photographer Brian Konstantinou aka Konsto to discuss a big question - Is Photography an Art Form? We discuss Konsto’s love of photography, his training, his inspiration and why photography has always been overlooked within art history. It’s a great chat and I can’t wait for you all to listen. Guest: Brian Konstantinou aka Konsto Website: https://www.bkphotography.co.uk/about-bk-photography/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bkweddingphoto/ Host: Jo McLaughlin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josarthistory/ Website: https://www.josarthistory.com/podcast
3 reasons the art world is intimidating and what you can do to overcome it. Hello and welcome back to Jo’s Art History Podcast - a podcast that celebrates all things art historical. Today is a solo episode where I discuss an article I wrote in June 2021 entitled ‘3 reasons the art world is intimidating and what you can do to overcome it.’ When I published the article for Art Browser TV I got a lot of traction and a brilliant response from people, so I thought I would adapt what I had written into an episode. I discuss 3 reasons the art world seems intimidating - the buildings, the people and the prices! I hope I break these three barriers down for you to help you feel a little more comfortable in these spaces. Get out and see some art as art really is, for all!! Host: Jo McLaughlin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josarthistory/ Website: https://www.josarthistory.com/podcast
Welcome Back to Jo’s Art History Podcast! On today’s episode, I sit down with UK artist Diane Ketteringham to discuss one of contemporary art history’s most iconic works of art - Tracey Emin’s Tent! A.K.A: Everyone I have Ever slept with 1963 - 1995. Diane takes us on a whistle-stop tour of the history of the piece, what it was like sitting inside the work itself and the fire which destroyed it. Diane also discusses Tracey’s astrological chart and what this tells us about the artists’ characteristics and her practice as well as introducing us to Emin’s iconic Quilt and embroidery work! A great episode on the brilliant Tracey Emin - Enjoy!! Guest: Diane Ketteringham Website: https://dianeketteringham.art/art/ Host: Jo McLaughlin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josarthistory/ Website: https://www.josarthistory.com/podcast
It’s episode 36 & this week sees the return of Famous Art Cameos in Movies Part 2 From Under the Sea to Notting Hill & Mr Bean to Beauties and Beasts - Nico Paws returns to the podcast along with host Jo McLaughlin to discuss more of the best art cameos the film industry has to offer! You will be amazed at how many brilliant art cameos have happened right before your eyes in some of the greatest movies of all time! Thank you to everyone who voted for this series to return for a part 2! We have split this episode into two so make sure and check out the second part of the episode! Jo! Guest: Nico Paws Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nicopaws_/ Host: Jo McLaughlin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josarthistory/ Website: https://www.josarthistory.com/podcast
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