A daily history podcast attempting to entertain you through the Covid19 pandemic.
Elysee Yhuel joins us to talk about the evolution of monasticism in the earlier medieval period.
Nick Lloyd joins us to discuss his new book on this pivotal front in the First World War.
Carolyn Harris joins us to asses portrayals of 18th century royals such as George III and Catherine the Great in popular culture.
Greg Woolf joins us to talk early settlements in the Mediterranean.
Christian Jennings joins us to talk all about the German experience of code-breaking during the Second World War.
Vanda Wilcox joins us to talk all about the experience of the Italian Army in 1915-18.
Josh Levine joins us to talk about the year that he spent in Northern Ireland on a mission to write Beauty and Atrocity, an objective history of the troubles.
Move over Tudors, the Stuarts are taking over. Trustee of the Cromwellian Association, Miranda Malins, joins us to tell us all about bringing Oliver Cromwell's daughter back to life in The Puritan Princess.
Christy Constantakopoulou joins us for a discussion about the mythical birthplace of Apollo.
Camilla Damlund joins us to talk about the archaeology behind the Atlantic Wall.
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