Clean clothes, Superman, ice hockey, and late night TV all factor into today’s episode. Listen to find out how.Continue reading
What event marked the end of The First Jewish/Roman War? What famous letter did MLK pen on this day? Answers to these questions and more in today’s episode.Continue reading
What was the name of the first successful portable computer? When was the TV Guide first published? What NHL team was the first to win 60 games? Today’s episode has your answers.Continue reading
Know when the Eiffel Tower officially opened? Know when Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode” was released? Get answers to these questions and more when you listen to this episode of On This Day.Continue reading
Did you know Niagara Falls stopped flowing for one day for natural reasons? Who were the two NHL teams to play in the first US-only Stanley Cup Final? Get answers to these questions and more in today’s episode.Continue reading
What famous Dallas TV show character was shot on this day? Who tied Gordie Howe’s NHL goals record on this day? Today is also the birthday of a famous classical composer. Listen to find out the answers.Continue reading
Today’s episode features footnotes from Madame Tussand’s, the NHL, and more. Listen to find out what happened On This Day.
Which US President signed the resolution to annex the Republic of Texas? When did Wayne Gretzky become the NHL’s all-time assists leader? Listen for the answers to these questions and more in today’s episode of On This Day.
What famous national park was established on this day? What famous frontiersman was born on this day? Think you know the answers? Check yourself in today’s episode of On This Day.
Happy Valentines Day! Do you know what was Oscar Wilde’s final play and the year it opened? When was the first NHL All-Start Game held? What famous 20th century comedian was born on this day? Listen to today’s episode, and you’ll know the answers.