Listen and subscribe to the Museum's podcasts, Service on Celluloid, "To the Best of My Ability," World War II On Topic, and the brand-new Making Masters of the Air. These series offer interesting perspectives on World War II and its perception throughout history.
MAKING MASTERS OF THE AIR PODCAST
Join The National WWII Museum each week for the Making Masters of the Air podcast presented by Boeing to dive deeper into the making of Masters of the Air and explore the history behind the Apple TV+ series. The Making Masters of the Air podcast is co-hosted by Playtone’s Kirk Saduski and Donald Miller, author of the book Masters of the Air. New podcast episodes available Fridays.
World War II On Topic
World War II On Topic will highlight a curated selection of some of our best content. Airing weekly in an easily digestible format, On Topic will allow you to rediscover your favorite lectures and events or catch up on great content that you might have missed.
Listen now to all of Season 5: Oppenheimer and the Manhattan Project.
"To The Best of My Ability"
In the midst of history’s greatest war, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt suffered a hemorrhagic stroke and died just 11 weeks into his fourth term. "To the Best of My Ability" examines what happens in the wake of his death, pulling directly from the newly sworn-in President Harry S. Truman’s diaries, oral histories from the men and women who lived through it, and more. Join The National WWII Museum as we explore the tragedies, triumphs, and difficult choices made by one of history’s most unexpected leaders.
Service on Celluloid
Service on Celluloid is a captivating podcast that takes a deep look at depictions of World War II on film over the last 70-plus years. In-house experts at The National WWII Museum, along with special guests, hold lively debates on the historical merits of treasured classics and smaller films alike.