Chitra Ragavan

Ep. 26 — Technology is rewriting how human history is told / Alex Deane and Bryan Cunningham, “Hidden History, Happy Hour”

With Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine — resulting in what’s become the first war to be largely televised and video-recorded — Ukraine has become Ground Zero for how technology is reshaping history’s narratives and the story of politics, war and conflict.

I have two great guests to talk about how technology is shaping human history and how it will be told. Bryan Cunningham and Alex Deane are co-hosts of a wonderful new podcast called, “Hidden History, Happy Hour”, available on YouTube and all the major podcast platforms.

As my regular listeners know,  my friend Bryan is a frequent guest on both this podcast and my leadership podcast, When It Mattered (I’ve added his previous appearances below)

I’m also delighted to welcome Bryan’s co-host, Alex Deane, author of the bestselling non-fiction book, “Lessons from History: Hidden Heroes & Villains from the past & what we can learn from them.” The book inspired “Hidden History, Happy Hour”.

Bryan Cunningham previous appearances:

Techtopia, Ep. 12 — Flying Saucer Pilgrimage

When It Mattered, Ep. 9 — A Deadly Fire Leaves Lasting A Legacy 

Other episodes referenced in this podcast in the section on UFOs.

WIM: Episode 55. Great-granddaughter of a SciFi pioneer spots a UFO / Alex Dietrich, US Navy

Techtopia: Episode 13. Astrophysicist searches for aliens/Adam Frank, University of Rochester 

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