A daily history podcast attempting to entertain you through the Covid19 pandemic.
Chris Millington joins us for an excellent dive into the structure and impact of Vichy France during WW2.
Eleanor Janega joins us to talk all about her new book, which tackles the Middle Ages in graphic form.
Adrian Smith joins us to talk all about what a real crisis looks like on the Suez Canal. The Ever Given was just a minor blip...
Matthew McCormack joins us to talk all about the history of 18th century shoes and what they can tell us about the people who wore them.
Simon Elliott returns to cover a massive 11,000 years of history as we look to find out how far back the history of warfare actually goes...
Bas Willems joins us to talk all about his new book, which focuses on the violence of defeat and the Wehrmacht on German soil in 1944-1945.
Historyland's Josh Provan joins us to explore beyond Last of the Mohicans and take a closer look at the Iroquois.
James Holloway joins us for an entertaining breakdown of what became known as the First Crusade.
Great War Group Director Beth Moore rejoins us to finish off the story of the 46th (North) Midland Division in the First World War.
Frances Quinn Joins us to tell us about there hit book The Smallest Man, which is inspired by disabled Stuart courtier Jeffrey Hudson,
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