A gripping and thorough look at the life of the man before he committed all his atrocities. The episode is quite unsettling because of how unremarkable he actually was and it is that ordinariness that makes our current events today a bit alarming. Also that art story reject as his core drive, not true.
BBC Great Lives
Wrote, acted, produced, and directed Citizen Kane at 26. This is his rosebud.
This episode is just mainlining rich data. It listens like a MoMA exhibition with first hand accounts of her story and the myth she created for herself. She’s the first hand account by the way!
Everyone knows he seceded power, but does anyone know how he seceded life? Two comedians talk about how died…but basically you’ll have a new appreciation for modern medicine. Oh and it’s this guy, this is the guy that had molasses.
Stuff You Missed In History Class
Not many people know who Mansa Musa is but he was the richest person in the world. He crashed the gold economy by just giving it away during his pilgrimage. Also has a real Shakespearean history, mothers, brothers and all.