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What’s AP? Araling Panlipunan Rebooted

English, Education, 4 seasons, 48 episodes, 15 hours
About
A podcast that talks about history the way listeners wish their teachers taught it. It tells the stories beyond dates, and offers a fresh perspective on the Philippines. Hosted by Palanca Awardee and NCAA courtside reporter Ceej Tantengco, and historian Sab Schnabel, who's worked for the National Museum of the Philippines and the Guggenheim in Venice.
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Ever heard of historical gaslighting?

It isn't just Martial Law. Historian Sab Schnabel looks at the many instances of historical distortion in our past — beginning with the Philippine-American War. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
5/16/20247 minutes, 49 seconds
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Who are the typewriter craftsmen of Quiapo? (Guest Episode)

Meet Gerald Dela Cruz, a typewriter craftsman based in Manila. Let’s discover the history of typewriters in the Philippines and how these once-ubiquitous machines are preserved and cherished by a few craftsmen like Gerald. This is a guest episode from Teka Teka News. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
5/9/202410 minutes, 54 seconds
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The first Lebanese immigrants in the Philippines (Guest Episode)

Fleeing an empire, a near-shipwreck, and an accidental discovery – or so goes the myth of how Lebanese immigrants came to the Philippines. Lebanese Honorary Consul Joseph Assad tells their story in this guest episode from Teka Teka News. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
4/11/202415 minutes, 44 seconds
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How Patricia Evangelista wrote “Some People Need Killing” (Guest Episode)

“I hope it is compelling enough for people to read, but if nothing else, there’s a record.” In this guest episode from Teka Teka News, Patricia Evangelista and Roby Alampay discuss her book, “Some People Need Killing,” which chronicles and reflects on Filipinos' six bloody years under President Rodrigo Duterte. (Content Warning: This episode contains strong language.)'Some People Need Killing' is published by Random House.Listen to PumaPodcast's 'Tokhang sa Tokhang’ here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
3/14/202449 minutes, 2 seconds
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Bet you didn't know: Live at the Hear For It podcast festival

Ceej, Sab, and The Colonial Dept. podcast host Lio Mangubat spoke at a live history panel at Hear For It, the first podcast festival in the Philippines. In case you missed it, tune in for stories you probably didn't learn in history class — from secret messages hidden in food to the origins of Filipino surnames, and more! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
11/20/202323 minutes, 28 seconds
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Surviving one night in Intramuros with B Canapi

Behind some of the spooky tales about Intramuros are tragic true events from the Battle of Manila. This Halloween, join B Canapi of WanderManila on a dark history tour of the Walled City, which remains haunted by its war-torn past. (Listener discretion is advised.) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
10/30/202339 minutes, 7 seconds
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Sneak peek: B Canapi shares forgotten stories from WWII

If the walls of Intramuros could speak, they would talk about the Battle of Manila. B Canapi, head tour guide of WanderManila, talks about the dark history behind some of the most important yet overlooked structures in Intramuros in our special episode coming out this Halloween. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
10/25/20231 minute, 56 seconds
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Sneak peek: Let's raise a glass to Pinoy gin!

There's a cocktail for every Pinoy — all you need is gin and a sachet of juice! Sociologist and gin enthusiast Nicole Curato spills the story of what gin means to our drinking culture in an all-new episode, coming out on October 3. (Listener discretion is advised!) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
9/27/20231 minute, 27 seconds
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Sneak peek: Manolo Quezon explains what Malacañan means to us

It's a house and an office, but it also symbolizes our culture's ideas about power, struggle, and expressions of Filipino identity. Manolo Quezon, co-author of Malacañan Palace: The Official Illustrated History, tells us more about the Philippines' seat of power in our upcoming episode, coming out September 19! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
9/13/20231 minute, 53 seconds
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What do Baybayin and Gen Z slang have in common? (Sneak peek)

TBH, writing in this native script is a lot like writing LOL or BRB. Journalist and Baybayin enthusiast Howie Severino explains this surprising link in the first episode of Season 4! Subscribe to What's AP? Araling Panlipunan Rebooted to catch the episode dropping on September 5. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
8/31/20231 minute, 50 seconds
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How one cup can change your coffee game (Episode highlight)

Did you know that coffee can taste different from the usual, even without adding cream or sugar? It’s all in the beans and the roast! Get a whiff of Sab and Ceej’s coffee taste test and learn all about the “wow cup”. Listen to this snippet of “Kape, Kultura, Kasaysayan: The history of coffee in the Philippines” (sptfy.com/Kk4b), originally published on June 6, 2022. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
8/14/20235 minutes, 24 seconds
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More Philippine history lessons coming soon! (Season 4 trailer)

From baybayin, to gin, to Ifugao culture during the Spanish era, and more, What’s AP? is coming back in Season 4 with more fascinating stories from beyond your history textbooks! Subscribe to the podcast so you don’t miss our conversations with some very special guests starting this September. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
8/1/20233 minutes, 16 seconds
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Hidden treasures in San Nicolas, Manila (Episode highlight)

On Sab and Ceej's tour of San Nicolas, Manila, they learned all about the heritage sites, old industries, and markers of Chinoy culture you can find in the district. What they found in a seemingly ordinary elementary school may amaze you! Listen to this snippet of "Retracing Chinoy history: A walking tour of San Nicolas, Manila" (sptfy.com/KtUj), originally published on June 20, 2022. To know what you can expect from the episode, check out our map of the tour! https://www.instagram.com/reel/Cf8Y-UOLGz6/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
7/17/20233 minutes, 3 seconds
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Aswang at iba pa: A closer look at Filipino folklore (Rebroadcast)

From Trese to True Philippine Ghost Stories, Filipinos love scary tales. But what does our folklore say about us? Professor and author Allan Derain explains the history behind iconic Pinoy creatures, and how learning about our folklore and mythology helps us understand ourselves. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
6/25/202320 minutes, 3 seconds
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UNdependence Day (Rebroadcast)

Brush up on Philippine history from 1898 to the 1940s as we take a closer look at our Independence Day. Why and how did it shift from June 12 to July 4 and back again? And who is this mystery white guy they called "The Stranger", and what was he doing at the signing of our constitution? (Originally published on June 12, 2019.) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
6/19/202313 minutes, 44 seconds
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The Ninoy Aquino Spy Thriller, Part 2: The van where it happened

The story of Ninoy's return from exile doesn't end with his assassination, but with a long-forgotten van, a future museum, and a small office fighting to preserve martial law history. MemCom executive director Chuck Crisanto takes Sab and Ceej into the actual van that held the body of Ninoy Aquino, in this episode about being able to touch and see our history. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
5/4/202331 minutes, 4 seconds
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How malls became the new plazas

In many parts of the world, malls are closing down and going bankrupt. But not in the Philippines! What's behind this phenomenon? With anthropology professor Nestor Castro and SM Supermalls president Steven Tan, Sab and Ceej learn about the unique place of malls in Filipino culture and the origins of one of the country's largest mall chains.This episode is brought to you by SM Supermalls. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
2/27/202339 minutes, 16 seconds
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The Ninoy Aquino Spy Thriller (Rebroadcast)

When Ninoy returned to Manila in 1983, it wasn't a smooth-sailing trip from Boston. There were forged passports, secret alliances, and nail-biting connecting flights. Revisit our 2019 episode about the events leading up to that fateful day, and the individuals whose bravery and sacrifice made it all possible. And stay tuned for Part 2 coming soon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
2/24/202324 minutes, 32 seconds
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This Martial Law museum is fighting for the soul of the Philippines

50 years after Ferdinand Marcos declared Martial Law, the dictator's family claws its way back into power. Here's a guest episode from Teka Teka News that we'd like to share with you to help process this current moment—and so that we may #NeverForget. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
5/10/202210 minutes, 16 seconds
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Stories from the Filipino-American War: How Aguinaldo Was Captured

Emilio Aguinaldo has a complicated legacy to say the least. Hero? Villain? Maybe just human. We're excited to share this story from the "American History Tellers" podcast by Wondery. Their new series dives deep into the Filipino-American War with stories voiced by Fil-Am actors. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
2/21/20226 minutes, 26 seconds
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Stories from the Filipino-American War: Teresa Magbanua

We're excited to share this story from the "American History Tellers" podcast by Wondery. Their new series dives deep into the Filipino-American War with stories voiced by Fil-Am actors. Listen in to learn about Teresa Magbanua, a guerilla leader from Panay, Iloilo—and the difficult choices she faced. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
2/15/20227 minutes, 34 seconds
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Kagitingan in Korea: The Filipino heroes of the Korean War

At the War Memorial of Korea in Seoul, there are Philippine flags and plaques honoring Filipino soldiers—all because the Philippines was one of the first countries to come to South Korea's aid. Historian Sab Schnabel and history nerd Ceej Tantengco uncover stories about those soldiers, recount their greatest battle, and speak to the great-grandson of one of the heroes. Powered by PLDT Home. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
10/4/202126 minutes, 15 seconds
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The Balangay (I like big boats and I cannot lie)

While Europe was in its Dark Ages, Filipinos' pre-colonial ancestors were living it up on the high seas. Learn what the balangay reveals about our rich seafaring culture with historian Sab Schnabel and history nerd Ceej Tantengco. Powered by PLDT Home. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
9/14/202117 minutes, 8 seconds
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Episode 5: The Angels of Bataan

Frontliners are the heroes of our battle against COVID-19, but medical professionals have been incredible all throughout history. In this episode for Araw ng Kagitingan, hosts Sab Schnabel and Ceej Tantengco honor the 77 American nurses who were abandoned in the Philippines in World War 2—and continued to serve in the face of unspeakable danger.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
4/9/202021 minutes, 15 seconds