The 366 daily episodes in 2014 were chronological snapshots of earth history, beginning with the Precambrian in January and on to the Cenozoic in December. You can find them all in the index in the right sidebar. In 2015, the daily episodes for each month were assembled into monthly packages, and a few new episodes were posted. Now, the blog/podcast is on an occasional schedule with diverse topics, and the Facebook Page showcases photos on Mineral Monday and Fossil Friday. Thanks for your interest!

Thursday, April 30, 2015

The Devonian Episodes



Running time 2 hours 20 minutes

This episode is the fifth monthly package that combines the daily episodes for May 2014, covering the Devonian Period of the Paleozoic Era.

As usual, I’ve left the references to specific dates in the podcast so that you can, if you want, go to the specific blog post that has links and illustrations for that episode. They are all indexed on the right-hand side of the blog.

If you have questions or comments, please let me know, either here on the blog or contact me by email at rigibson at earthlink.net. I’ll try to respond. You can of course also leave a review on iTunes. I really do appreciate your feedback.

—Richard I. Gibson

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

The Silurian Episodes





Running time 2 hours

This episode is the fourth monthly package in the History of the Earth Calendar. It combines the daily episodes for April 2014, covering the Silurian Period of the Paleozoic Era.

As usual, I've left the references to specific dates in the podcast so that you can, if you want, go to the specific blog post that has links and illustrations for that episode. They are all indexed on the right-hand side of the blog.

As the year continues, there will be occasional new episodes in addition to these monthly assemblies.

If you have questions or comments, please let me know, either here on the blog – see the tab page for Questions, above – or contact me by email at rigibson at earthlink.net. I’ll try to respond. You can of course also leave a review on iTunes. I really do appreciate your feedback. Thanks for your interest and support.
—Richard I. Gibson