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A daily history podcast attempting to entertain you through the Covid19 pandemic.

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Elizabeth Mason joins us to talk about how and why you put genocide on film.

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Based on his fantastic book, Roger Crowley joins us to talk all about how little Portugal forged the world's first truly global empire.  

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Joshua Green joins us to discuss the sad history of lunatic asylums. 

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Archaeologist Simon Verdegem joins us to talk about a decade spent exhuming newly uncovered First World War remains on the Western Front and attempting to give the fallen back their identity. 

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Aaron Edwards joins us to talk about Britain's covert efforts to combat certain Irish Republicans.

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Kat Hill joins us to tell us all about this little-known Christian group named after Menno Simons.

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In a slice of oral history, Andrew Fox joins us to talk about his military career, from fighting insurgents in Afghanistan to becoming a paratrooper.

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Alex Christofi joins us to talk about the life and world of literary giant Fyodor Dostoevsky 

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Marcos Martinon-Torres joins us to discuss these iconic Chinese artefacts. 

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London was not the only city bombed in WW2, far from it. Marc Connaughan joins us to talk all about the effect of air raids on Scotland's second city.

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