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Explore the realm of alternate histories as we explore the "what ifs" that can flow from history's most pivotal moments. Each episode will focus on a specific moment in time--the fork--where history could have taken a different path. A Fork In Time encourages contributions and participation by our community of listeners who have become an integral and vital part of the show.
 
My Comic Shop History is a podcast hosted by filmmaker Anthony Desiato (My Comic Shop DocumentARy, My Comic Shop Country) exploring the culture, business, and fandom of the comics retail industry. In Season 1, New York's Alternate Realities closed after 23 years in operation, a community united to say farewell, and a podcast was born. The series continued with deep dives into collecting (Season 2), national comics retail (Season 3), conventions (Season 4), and Westchester County's lost shops ...
 
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Arguably, no single media company has been more dominant in the last century than that of Disney. So, what a world without the empire spawned by Mickey Mouse be like? Learn More About The Room Where It Happened / Join the Team https://www.aforkintimepodcast.com/theroomwhereithappened Introduction to The Room Where It Happened https://www.buzzsprout…
 
We're back for another iteration of Flash Alternate History! We discuss about scenarios such as what if the Suez didn't exist to what if the Three Mile Nuclear incident did not occur. Leave a review if you enjoyed! And leave us some feedback by tagging our twitter @BackTothePastP1. Twitter: https://bit.ly/39ts3CG --- This episode is sponsored by · …
 
Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. This episode will be dedicated to the algerian artist Baya. twitter & ig : @imaginarium_pod patreon: patreon.com/nadjah music: Dream Escape - The Tides Additional content : BOULBINA, SELOUA LUSTE. Meet Bazaar Art Cover Star: The Iconic Ba…
 
Episode 0105—The Lime Lobby On Cinco de Mayo, many Americans have come to embrace it as an excuse to indulge in quality Mexican cuisine and to imbibe an imported Mexican cerveza or margarita, but many do not know or realize the event commemorated on that date or how, ironically, it is far more potentially important to the course of American history…
 
The Human Genome Project was a 13-year effort completed in 2003 to map the entire human genome. It was a monumental undertaking that is still just now yielding benefits in its application. What would be different if the project had not been undertaken or funding terminated early in the process? Eric Rush joins as a guest on this topic he suggested.…
 
Joined once again by Brody Burton of Imagine If, for a joint episode, we explore the possibilities of 2000 election win by Al Gore and a 9/11 world under that scenario. Click here to listen to a brief introduction for our new upcoming podcast, The Room Where It Happened. Subscribe now to make sure you don't miss the premiere episode. Listeners can …
 
The Hundred Years War, one of those wars that changed the very culture of the English people. During the time, the English crown had claims on the French throne, the most populous nation in Europe during the time. In 1337, the war began and eventually by the early 15th century, England owned more of France then France did. How would the world chang…
 
As the podcast starts its second century of episodes, Alexis joins Part 2 of a look back on the first 100 episodes and a look ahead at what is to come. Complete the Episode 101 Survey Become a patron to be ready to listen to the exclusive series of episodes on the Late Bronze Age collapse and the big ripples it has through history. https://www.patr…
 
As the podcast starts its second century of episodes, we bring listeners up-to-speed on current and future happenings and request a response to a couple of timely matters. Complete the Episode 101 Survey Become a patron to be ready to listen to the exclusive series of episodes on the Late Bronze Age collapse and the big ripples it has through histo…
 
The Byzantine Empire around the late 11th century was under the rule of incompetent leader, Romanos IV. He led his army against a Turkish sultan at Manzikert to what should have been an easy victory, into a disastrous defeat changing the world forever. How would things look if the Byzantines won the battle? Would they survive for much longer? Would…
 
For our 100th episode, Chris Coppola joins to help us do what we have tried to do so many times before--find an alternate timeline that avoids World War II. This time we will talk about designing the fork in time that could. Do we succeed? Imagine If: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/imagine-if/id1521731645 Listeners can get a FREE audiobook w…
 
The Swedish Empire was a European power in the Baltic region during 17th and early 18th centuries. Historians believe that the Swedish Empire started when Gustavus Adolphus took the throne. The Swedish Empire ended when Sweden lost the Great Northern War. However, what if Sweden instead won this war? What would happen? How would this affect Europe …
 
Host Anthony Desiato celebrates April Fool's Day with former Alternate Realities coworker and fellow April birthday Tom Darby in Part VII of "The LongAR Halloween." Crossover alert: Anthony and Tom discuss BATMAN: HUSH on the 4/7/21 episode of My Comic Shop Book Club!저자 Flat Squirrel Productions
 
1492 marked the beginning of many things "new", including the discovery of a New World by Christopher Columbus sailing under the banner of a newly-united and soon-to-be ascending Spain. In this third episode on this recurring topic, Alexis joins to discuss the impacts on the native American cultures of the eastern seaboard under a different timelin…
 
We have a big announcement for the future of this podcast! Details are briefly discussed in the podcast before we move on to our usual programming. Timestamps: What if Mars remained habitable: 1:43 What if One Piece was Real: 12:49 What if Columbus did not discover America: 21:43 Twitter: https://bit.ly/39ts3CG A trailer for our project: https://yo…
 
The Mongol Empire of the 13th and 14th centuries was the largest contiguous land empire in history and the second largest empire by landmass, second only to the British Empire. However, they collapsed almost as fast as they expanded due to issues with succession. However, if this was somehow fixed, what would happen? How would history change and th…
 
In May 1992, Johnny Carson stepped down in his role as host of NBC's "The Tonight Show". The scramble for the role as his replacement and subsequent new shows spawned from that scramble changed the landscape of late-night American TV moving forward. What would have been different if David Letterman had assumed the host role with Carson's departure …
 
Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. This episode, we're going to explore the sparkly universe of 1970s Shoujo, from Rose of Versailles to Heart of Thomas ✨ twitter & ig : @imaginarium_pod patreon: patreon.com/nadjah music: Dream Escape - The Tides Additional content : The S…
 
Episode 0097—AFIT Archive: No PARCing The podcast is taking a "spring break", but we thought an episode from the "early days" that many of our new listeners might have heard might a good idea. We are working a number of exciting new episodes in the coming months, including a large number of listener-suggested topics and new guests. Here are the ori…
 
Today we are trying something a little different. Flash alternate history. The rules? Someone states a scenario and we have to discuss it and see what we come up with. Scenarios include what if Rome did not conquer Egypt to what if India was a world power during the Age of Colonialism. Let us know if you enjoyed this format by contacting our twitte…
 
Vietnamese revolutionary lead Ho Chi Minh is said to have twice approached the United States seeking assistance in gaining independence from France as a colonial power. How would the course of history have been different if either overture had met a receptive audience? Topic suggested by listener Joey Gibson. Listeners can get a FREE audiobook with…
 
On January 3, 1896, Germany's Kaiser Wilhelm II sent a telegram to Transvaal Republic President, Johannes Kruger congratulating him on the recent success in repelling an attack from British raiders. In the real timeline, the telegram caused heightened tensions between Britain and Germany. How would history have been different if further actions had…
 
In today's episode we discuss what would happen if the Russians won the war that occurred in 1904-1905. This conflict in our timeline, essentially set the path for Japanese Dominance in the Pacific before the Americans came along in WW2. Twitter: https://twitter.com/BackTothePastP1 Website: https://t.co/wsxvi5WW8E?amp=1 Email:back2thepastpodcast@gm…
 
1492 marked the beginning of many things "new", including the discovery of a New World by Christopher Columbus sailing under the banner of a newly-united and soon-to-be ascending Spain. In this second of several episodes in the coming months on this topical thread, we look at how changing the discovery timing of the New World could have impacted th…
 
Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. This episode, we're going to explore the world of Arthurian legend in the realm of visual art. twitter & ig : @imaginarium_pod patreon: patreon.com/nadjah music: Dream Escape - The Tides Additional content : THE DEATH AND BIRTH OF A HERO …
 
This is the final episode of the trilogy. We conclude our discussions on the aftereffects of the seven years war by discussing some important events in the 19th century as well as a brief discussion on World War I. Twitter: https://twitter.com/BackTothePastP1 Website: https://wavve.link/AltHistPodcast The Dire Campfire Podcast: https://open.spotify…
 
In the early 1950s, Jonas Salk and other scientists led the effort to develop and deploy an effective vaccine against polio. In subsequent decades, significant progress was made to eradicate other diseases through the development of successful vaccines and widespread immunization programs. How might the course of medical and social history be diffe…
 
This is part 2 of the trilogy on the Seven Years War and what if the French won. In the previous episode, we setup the situation and discuss some potential peace treaty terms. In this episode, we talk about what will happen in the near future now that treaty has been signed and its terms are in effect. Part 3 will look into the future and how it wi…
 
1492 marked the beginning of many things "new", including the discovery of a New World by Christopher Columbus sailing under the banner of a newly-united and soon-to-be ascending Spain. In this first of several episodes in the coming months, we look at how changing the discovery timing of the New World could have impacted the evolution of the Old W…
 
Today, we will discuss how the French could have won. This setup will be necessary for next week's episode about the ramifications of this French victory. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rohan-parikh7/message…
 
As many as nine of Queen Victoria's male descendants suffered from hemophilia, a bleeding disorder known to be inherited on a recessive gene on the X-chromosome. How might history have been changed if Victoria had not been a carrier of the gene? Topic suggestion by listener Eric Rush. Useful Web Links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haemophilia http…
 
The first major battle of the 1898 Spanish-American war was the US naval victory over Spanish forces at the Battle of Manila Bay. What if Spain had been victorious in that battle? How would the near term course of the war and the larger scope of history had been different with that change? Topic suggested by listener Joe McCullough. Helpful Web Lin…
 
Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. This episode, we're going to explore the world of Gothic Romance illustrations ! twitter & ig : @imaginarium_pod patreon: patreon.com/nadjah music: Dream Escape - The Tides ADDITIONAL CONTENT : The Allure of Gothic Horror Romancing The Go…
 
In 1867, the United States purchased Alaska from Russia for $7.2 million thereby increasing the land size of the US by over 20% for what is now considered a financial bargain. How would history be different if Russian and/or the Soviet Union had maintained a territorial presence in North America? Listeners can get a FREE audiobook with their FREE 3…
 
While the guns and steel of European explorers and conquerors proved deadly to the indigenous people of the New World, the most devasting impact came in the form of new diseases for which they had no immunity. However, imagine the possibility of the reverse being true where those coming to the New World face a disease threat for which they are not …
 
Host Anthony Desiato offers a special presentation of his new podcast series MY COMIC SHOP BOOK CLUB (available on all major podcast platforms and in video form on YouTube). In this episode, Anthony and guest Shawn Hendricks of Fat Moose Comics revisit the controversial Frank Miller and Jim Lee tale ALL STAR BATMAN AND ROBIN, THE BOY WONDER.…
 
Henry V is revered as one of England's most celebrated warrior kings but met his untimely demise at the age of 35 to dysentery. How would the flow of English history have been different with a Henry that survived longer and what would the long-term impacts be? Listeners can get a FREE audiobook with their FREE 30-Day Trial Membership from Audible C…
 
In 1956, the Suez Crisis posed a major threat to global peace. Listener Jacob Itzhavov poses the question for consideration: What if the United States had not pressured England, France, and Israel from backing down from their actions? Don, Alexis, and Chris discuss some possibilities. Listeners can get a FREE audiobook with their FREE 30-Day Trial …
 
Alexis' choice for her favorite replay is Episode #21 ("The Sinking White Egg Basket") which explores the November 25th, 1120, sinking of the vessel known as “The White Ship” off the coast of Normandy and leading to the period in English history known as “The Anarchy”. Listeners can get a FREE audiobook with their FREE 30-Day Trial Membership from …
 
Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. This episode, we dive into the aesthetic and visuals of the citypop music genre. twitter & ig : @imaginarium_pod patreon: patreon.com/nadjah music : Dream Escape - The Tides ADDITIONAL CONTENT: Plastic Love - Mariya Takeushi BLISTEIN, Jon…
 
This episode is very different from our normal format. It asks the simple question of what if there was no salvation and, in effect, no Christmas. What is salvation? (Click Here) Listeners can get a FREE audiobook with their FREE 30-Day Trial Membership from Audible CLICK HERE Website: www.aforkintimepodcast.com E-Mail: aforkintimepodcast@gmail.com…
 
A revisit to one of Don's favorite episodes ('Old Blood & Votes') where guest host Dean Rogers joined for an episode to discuss a timeline where General George S. Patton survives the 1945 car accident that took his life and thus enables his return to enter the realm of American politics and influence the world immediately after the end of WWII and …
 
How might the presence of a different monarch result in a different Prime Minister for the opening phase of World War II and the result changes that would flow from that? Chris Copolla makes his debut in his new role as "regular contributor" for a revisit to a recent topic--the abdication of Edward VIII in 1936. (Episode #64, Many Shades of Edward)…
 
A Fork In Time is pleased to announce that Chris Coppola will be taking a more permanent role with the show as a regular contributor. Here are links to episodes that have featured Chris: Episode #45, No Cigar Episode #47, Barbarossa Barred Episode #61, One More Time (Divine Wind) Episode #66, Potsdam Possibilities Episode #74, Crashing The Bull Moo…
 
Host Anthony Desiato offers a special presentation of his new podcast series DIGGING FOR KRYPTONITE (available on all major podcast platforms). In this episode, Anthony and guest Rich Roney examine a late-20th Century relic: the "Superman 2000" proposal by Grant Morrison, Mark Waid, Mark Millar, and Tom Peyer to revamp the Super-titles.…
 
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