Facing the Future with Lessons From the Past with Brian Brawdy – Episode 129
Nov 15th, 2012 | By Off The Grid Radio | Category: Radio | Print This Article
Bill Heid joins Off the Grid Radio from London today, where he is in studio recording a radio theater production of the book Under Drake’s Flag, a classic story by G.A. Henty about life on the high seas as seen through the eyes of young 16th-century teen.
History is not just dates and dead guys. There are a lot of things that we can learn from history and character traits like integrity and courage never grow old or go out of date—they’re timeless. Traits from men and women like Sir Francis Drake and boys like fictional Ned Hearne are the very traits that made the founding of this nation possible.
Please join Bill Heid and Brian Brawdy as they discuss the fascinating people Bill is working with in the production of Under Drake’s Flag, along with their thoughts and insights of the recent presidential election.
In this episode:
- The benefit of studying history
- How those across the pond perceive America and her politics
- The differences in worldviews between England and America
- Bringing stories and lessons of the past into today
- And more…
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