A daily history podcast attempting to entertain you through the Covid19 pandemic.
Legendary ancient historian Paul Cartledge joins us to talk all about the history of Thebes.
Henry Hemming joins us to describe a Second World War story that has it all: including mad secret agents, Ian Fleming and faking Nazi invasions of South America.
In the last weekly show, the regulars convene for a cracking debate on the greatest historian in history.
Great War Group Trustee Andy Lock joins us to break down the Battle of Arras on the 104th anniversary of the opening of the campaign.
On the anniversary of her death, Clare Mulley joins us to talk all the about Melita von Stauffenberg
Join Zack and Marcus as they look at the life of the ordinary rank and file in the Napoleonic Wars.
Historyland's Josh Provan joins us to talk all about the reality behind Dumas's legendary characters
Lindsey Davis talks all about her lengthy career bringing Ancient Rome back to life for her readers, and discusses the latest book in her smash hit Flavia Albia series: A Comedy of Terrors.
Colin Fisher returns to talk all about one of the last wars of the 19th century.
We hear plenty from the actors, but what about the crew that happened to put up with them? This time they get their say.
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