Podcast Historias with Alphecca Perpetua

Podcast Historias with Alphecca Perpetua

Your "Late-Night Radio" comedy talk, feature, commentary, and interviews on Music, Arts, Science, and Sex (Ed+Health).

Episodes

May 7, 2024 54 mins
ABOUT THE EPISODE "QINGS UNCUT: The Qings EP Launch Special" • Season 4, Episode 40, Rated-PG • 69 Questions with The Qings • Sponsored by KIBS Dimsum, your favourite oriental Cebuano dimsum! A fusion and homage to the different cultures and the amalgamation of culinary adventures at the heart of Mango Square Mall, Cebu City! Go to fb.com/KIBSDimsum to learn more. ABOUT THE GUEST THE QINGS are a Cebu-based Philippine nu-pop-roc...
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ABOUT THE EPISODE "QINGS UNCUT: The Qings EP Launch Special" • Season 4, Episode 40, Rated-PG • 69 Questions with The Qings • Sponsored by KIBS Dimsum, your favourite oriental Cebuano dimsum! A fusion and homage to the different cultures and the amalgamation of culinary adventures at the heart of Mango Square Mall, Cebu City! Go to fb.com/KIBSDimsum to learn more. ABOUT THE GUEST THE QINGS are a Cebu-based Philippine nu-pop-roc...
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ABOUT KIBS DIMSUM KIBS Dimsum is your favorite oriental Cebuano combination; a fusion and paying homage to the different cultures--the amalgamation of culinary adventures in Mango Square Mall! KIBS is more than just food. It's a story of family; a journey through the years. Opened during the pandemic, it has transitioned from being a food business in the catering-canteen format to delivery-based system business. KIBS is a stra...
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ABOUT THE EPISODE ALPHECCA PERPETUA is now back to regular programming as she talks about the current status of Season 4, an upcoming podcast spin-off show, the awaited Season 4 interruption, an upcoming mid-year convention, and the future of Podcast Historias. She also talks about ovaries being an extreme sport, the lack of gender diversity, beggars can't be choosers, the walk of shame, vibrators, and more. #QINGSUNCUT, a Sea...
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ABOUT THE EPISODE ALPHECCA PERPETUA finally decides to go for broke and try "professional" to see how it'll get on, but still fails miserably and yet stays insufferably true to the podcast's brand. She finally follows the script and is now deluded that she has leveled up. She burps, she warms her vocals real time, she meditates, she sings, then she rants. And then she rambles on to corelate moist chocolate cakes to Justin Tim...
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ABOUT THE EPISODE ALPHECCA PERPETUA tries to keep it professionally together as she answers shady questions from the anonymous Q&A app, NGL. Featuring "Martian Beats" by Phenom (@FATJAZZ Remix) ABOUT THE HOST ALPHECCA PERPETUA is a Filipino KBP-accredited radio broadcaster who executively produces and presents podcast shows, radio programs, and small-stage live events. An undergraduate student for the Marine Biology degree pr...
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ABOUT THE EPISODE ALPHECCA PERPETUA triggers (and gets triggered by) the launch of the new season, "Erase & Rewind" with Episode Zero. Featuring "Martian Beats" by Phenom (@FATJAZZ Remix) Photo Captured by Dan Banate for Kubra Commander ABOUT THE HOST ALPHECCA PERPETUA is a Filipino KBP-accredited radio broadcaster who executively produces and presents podcast shows, radio programs, and small-stage live events. An undergradu...
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ABOUT THE EPISODE "KUBRA UNCUT: The Kubra Commander Album Launch Special" • Season 3, Episode 35, Rated-PG • 69 Questions with Kubra Commander • Sponsored by Studio Historias, a dedicated production service for podcasts, radio, and other online shows. Go to about.studiohistorias.com to learn more. ABOUT THE GUEST KUBRA COMMANDER are a Philippine indie/psychedelic/dreampop rock band formed in 2016 in Cebu City; initially created ...
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PODCAST EPISODE "BATON UNCUT: HIV in the LGBTQ+ Community of the Philippines" • Season 3, Episode 34, Rated-21 • 69 Questions with Dr. Van Baton • Sponsored by Studio Historias, a dedicated production service for podcasts, radio, and other online shows. Go to about.studiohistorias.com to learn more. ABOUT THE GUEST Dr. Van Phillip Baton is a Medical Officer IV of the Department of Health Central Visayas Center for Health Develop...
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"Better Late Than Not Publish At All" (feat. Dr. Van Baton of DOH-7 Philippines) Teaser Promo Ad 9 • SEASON THREE, Outtakes Five 34. #BATONUNCUT - HIV in the LGBTQ+ Community of the Philippines ABOUT THE GUEST Dr. Van Phillip Baton is a Medical Officer IV of the Department of Health Central Visayas Center for Health Development. He is currently designated as the Section Head of the Non-Communicable Disease Section and medical coo...
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Podcast Producer Alphecca Perpetua shares her sentiments on the reality of the nonexistent Filipino identity dating back to the three principal peoples of pre-historic and ancient Philippines: the Negritos, the Malays, and the Indones, who already greatly differ in phenotypes; from skin color to survival behaviour. On the other hand, Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes paralleled the ideology of "The China Man" being well-groun...
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Podcast Producer Alphecca Perpetua asked Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes if the 1986 EDSA Revolution and the 2022 Philippine Elections results were both contrasting historical events, and found that the two weren't as different and weren't as ironic from 16th to 19th-century Las Islas Filipinas after all; with cities, municipalities, and towns still ruled and governed by the same Principalía (or ruling Mestizo Class) now si...
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Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes compared the similarities of the 1986 EDSA Revolution and the 1896 Philippine Revolution with the deaths of Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino Jr. José Rizal as major catalysts paired with ongoing abuse and violence experienced all throughout the nation; pinpointing the idea of liberty already embedded within the general populace's minds. All the while recounting the military alertness and activity after...
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Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes claimed that the not-so-secret society KKK was the original "Pyramid Scheme" in the Philippines due to the nature of its fractal recruitment style of triangle system and grades. And while heavily stationed in the Luzon-Manila area, the KKK started recruiting members in the Visayas region; primarily around the Iloilo and Negros area due to the Mestizo's wealthy network and connections brought ...
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Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes debunks another popular belief that the KKK, a Philippine revolutionary secret society, was a peasant revolution. Instead, he emphasizes that it was mostly led by fellow Mestizos and other wealthy individuals; that most—if not all—"true peasants and indios" were minding their own businesses: fishing, farming, and gossiping. Although, the general populace already had the idea of a lingering in...
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In this Episode 33 excerpt, Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes sums up how Filipino Mestizo writer José Rizal was the ultimate 1898 Philippine Revolution catalyst; along with fellow Mestizo boys Andrés Bonifacio, Antonio Luna, Emilio Aguinaldo, Apolinario Mabini, and more. He also discussed how the Principalía—the noble, elite, or pseudo-royalty & wealthy mestizo class—played a huge role in both the rise and fall of 19th-Centu...
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Aside from bringing fortune and culture, what else did the Galleon Trade bring to the Philippines? For two and a half centuries, Spanish trading ships sailed between Acapulco and Manila that brought cargoes of luxury items such as tobacco, spices, and porcelain to the Americas. During the Spanish empire, priests and missionaries were mobile. And also aboard the galleons were deportees, prisoners, exiles, and among other undesirable...
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With all the 16th-century Spanish ruckus between Cebu and Manila, whatever happened to Mindanao? Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes recounts on the Spanish-Moro conflict originating from medieval 11th-century Europe, where Muslim-Christianity hostility was first recorded. Apart from infighting issues between a few Muslim tribes, the sea border (Bohol Sea) separating Visayas and Mindanao also contributed to the slow progress — ...
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Cebu City may have been the first city in the Philippines, but it took a long time for the former capital to look and function as one. Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes answers 69 questions to help visualize archaic Cebu City boundaries, subtle racial segregations between the Chinese and Indios, geographical challenges of the Cebu Islands shorelines, and the transfer of Spanish headquarters to Manila Bay that contributed to 2...
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What does "INDEPENDENCE" really mean for modern-day countries? Here's an excerpt with resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes as he answers 69 questions about 16th-century Spanish mandates, Las Islas Filipinas, Portuguese Magellan, the Treaty of Tordesillas, the Spice Rage & the Galleon Trading ships, systemic abuse, Philippine Slavery, conversion to Catholicism, minor rebellions from Filipino priests, the role of geography, Spanis...
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