NFL Blackout Games, ‘Toy Story 2,’ & John Bunyan: Providential History Podcast (Nov. 12-18)

NFL Blackout Games, ‘Toy Story 2,’ & John Bunyan: Providential History Podcast (Nov. 12-18)

The NFL begins blacking out football games. Toy Story 2 is released. John Bunyan is arrested.

It all happened the week of Nov. 12, and it’s all discussed on this week’s edition of Providential History.

Listen as the Heirloom Audio crew discusses these and other historical events – both known and unknown.

Nov 12

NFL blackout rule launches in 1953; the first movie stunt; John Bunyan is arrested.

 

Nov. 13

No. 1 Florida State vs. No. 2 Notre Dame; Toy Story 2; Massachusetts bans Baptists.

 

Nov. 14

Gordie Howe; Ray Charles; chaplains in the Civil War.

 

Nov. 15

An NBA free-throw streak begins; Felix Mendelssohn; Oswald Chambers.

 

Nov. 16

The Sports Illustrated “jinx”; “The Sound of Music”; Belarus and religious freedom

 

Nov. 17

St. Louis Browns baseball team; Tchaikovsky; Clement sets a date for Christ’s birth.

This list will be updated.

You may also like

0 comments

Email Newsletter