Podcast Info

Scandal Sheet

Noun

  • A newspaper or magazine giving prominence to scandalous stories or gossip.

    ‘She found herself written about in a notorious scandal sheet.’

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Scandal Sheets was the term given to newspapers publishing salacious tidbits in the early 20th century. But the concept of reporting on society’s scandals wasn’t new–as early as 1681, British newspapers were publishing the comings and goings of the upper crust.

Scandal Sheets is a weekly podcast devoted to exposing the scandals of history…and the sites where they took place. Every week we venture into the past to discover a new tale

The podcast is available on Tuesdays and can be found on Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadioStitcher, and on the TuneIn app. You can follow us on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter pages for more information on the each week’s subject along with exclusive content such as photos and links to research sources.

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Caroline and Adrienne are the hosts of Scandal Sheets. They are united in their love for architectural history, booze, and cats.

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Caroline is an architectural historian by trade, but deep in her heart, she’s a history nerd. Her fascination with history began at a young age, where she was immediately drawn to the lives of historical women. She studied at the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina where she majored in historic preservation and minored in history. She secretly wishes she was British and rescues cats in her spare time.

 

Adrienne is an architectural designer with a focus in historic preservation. She knew from an early age that she wanted to be an architect, but following her graduation from Clemson University, her interest in historic preservation led her to pursue a master’s degree in the field from the joint program at Clemson University and the College of Charleston. She enjoys traveling the world and attending local arts performances.

They live in balmy Charleston, South Carolina which is the epicenter for historic preservation in the US. So what if it’s slowly sinking and overrun with tourists?

 

 

 

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