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Dan Snow's History Hit

874 episodes - English - Latest episode: 3 days ago - ★★★★★ - 1.5K ratings

History! The most exciting and important things that have ever happened on the planet! Featuring reports from the weird and wonderful places around the world where history has been made and interviews with some of the best historians writing today. Dan also covers some of the major anniversaries as they pass by and explores the deep history behind today's headlines - giving you the context to understand what is going on today.

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Episodes

Was Winston Churchill Racist?

November 30, 2020 17:00 - 19 minutes - 26.9 MB

The former Prime Minister has faced a renewed controversy as people are calling for his statues to be removed due to his racist views. We are joined by Professor Richard Toye and Dr Warren Dockter to discuss where his personal views and political policies collide. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly qu...

The Gay Men Who Took on Hitler

November 29, 2020 03:00 - 15 minutes - 22 MB

Chris Bryant joined me on the podcast to tell the story of the gay British politicians who were among the very first to warn Britain about the danger of Hitler’s rise to power and the most vocal in demanding an end to the government’s policy of appeasement. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes w...

Pompeii and the Eruption of Mount Vesuvius

November 28, 2020 03:00 - 52 minutes - 72.7 MB

Pompeii is back in the news. An extraordinary new, touching discovery, found during the Great Pompeii Project of Professor Massimo Osanna and his team. Roughly 700 metres northwest of Pompeii, in the remains of a suburban Roman villa, archaeologists have unearthed the incredibly-preserved remains of two men, victims of the infamous eruption of Mount Vesuvius that occurred almost 2,000 years ago in 79 AD. So what do we know about the eruption? What do we know about this terrible event that h...

Elizabeth I with Helen Castor

November 27, 2020 17:00 - 31 minutes - 43.6 MB

Dan talks to Helen Castor about her book on Elizabeth I and the way she governed. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultimate history package. Just go to historyhit.tv to subscribe. Use code 'pod1' at checkout for your ...

The First Thanksgiving

November 26, 2020 17:00 - 26 minutes - 37.2 MB

Sarah Churchwell and Kathryn Gray joined me on the podcast to discuss the first Thanksgiving of 1621. They critique mythologies of Thanksgiving that have arisen from 19th century ideologues, to Reagan, to the present day, and reframe settler colonial narratives. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quiz...

Rebel Women

November 25, 2020 17:00 - 23 minutes - 32.6 MB

Sarah Lonsdale joined me on the podcast to tell the stories of radical women who challenged the status quo in the interwar years. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultimate history package. Just go to historyhit.tv to ...

Food, Class and Baking

November 24, 2020 17:00 - 21 minutes - 29.1 MB

Pen Vogler joined me on the pod to discuss the origins of our eating habits and reveals how they are loaded with centuries of class prejudice. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultimate history package. Just go to hist...

Vaccine Roll Outs: Tragedy and Triumph

November 23, 2020 18:17 - 23 minutes - 53.1 MB

Paul Offit is on the US Food and Drug Administration's advisory panel on vaccines. He talked Dan through the history of massive public vaccination programmes in the US, starting with the unprecedented campaign against Polio in 1955. During that vaccination 200,000 children were a form of the vaccine in which the live polio virus had not been sufficiently inactivated and 40,000 of them got polio leading to 10 deaths and 200 cases of paralysis. That 'Cutter Incident' led to the birth of a mode...

In Conversation with Astronaut Al Worden

November 22, 2020 03:00 - 58 minutes - 80.1 MB

Al Worden was an American astronaut and engineer who was the Command Module Pilot for the Apollo 15 lunar mission in 1971. He is one of only 24 people to have flown to the Moon. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultima...

Bloody Sunday 100 Years On

November 21, 2020 03:00 - 23 minutes - 31.7 MB

Diarmaid Ferriter joined me on the podcast to talk about the events of Bloody Sunday on 21st November 1920, which marked a decisive turning-point in Irish history. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultimate history pac...

From Dynamite to Drones: How Terrorist Technologies Impacted the Start of the First World War

November 20, 2020 17:00 - 32 minutes - 44.7 MB

Professor Audrey Cronin is the world's leading expert in Terrorism and Technology. She has released a new book, Power to the People, and spoke with James about the development of materials used in terrorism. Audrey explains how the technological boom which occured before the First World War created new opportunities for terrorism, and how this can be compared with today's developments. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every sing...

Abraham Lincoln with Sidney Blumenthal

November 19, 2020 18:30 - 24 minutes - 33.4 MB

Sidney Blumenthal joined me on the podcast to talk about the political life of Abraham Lincoln and what his legacy means today.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Lincoln with Sidney Blumenthal

November 19, 2020 18:30 - 24 minutes - 33.4 MB

Sidney Blumenthal joined me on the podcast to talk about the political life of Abraham Lincoln and what his legacy means today.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Pioneers of Egyptology

November 18, 2020 17:10 - 16 minutes - 23.4 MB

Chris Naunton joined me on the podcast to talk about the work of the many people who contributed to our understanding of ancient Egypt. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultimate history package. Just go to historyhit....

How Deep History Swung the US Election

November 17, 2020 17:00 - 19 minutes - 27.3 MB

Lewis Dartnell joined me on the podcast to talk about a theory that links the outcome of the US election to geology. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultimate history package. Just go to historyhit.tv to subscribe. Us...

I’m a Celeb Special: Gwrych Castle

November 16, 2020 17:30 - 25 minutes - 34.5 MB

Gwrych Castle dominates the road into North Wales. A sprawling Victorian ruin on land that belonged to the same family for over 500 years. It is now famous in the UK as the Covid convenient set for "I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here" which launched to huge audiences this weekend. But history fans will be more interested in the the remarkable story of the castle itself than the antics of the celebs in its shadow. From an illustrious stately home, and safe haven for dozens of child refugees i...

SAS: Band of Brothers

November 15, 2020 03:00 - 31 minutes - 43.4 MB

June 1944: the SAS parachute deep into occupied France, to wreak havoc and bloody mayhem. In a country crawling with the enemy, their mission is to prevent Hitler from rushing his Panzer divisions to the D-Day beaches and driving the Allies back into the sea. Damien Lewis joined me on the podcast to tell the story of the SAS Band of Brothers. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginnin...

Coventry's Blitz

November 14, 2020 03:00 - 21 minutes - 30.3 MB

David McGrory joined me on the podcast to discuss Coventry’s Blitz. On the night of 14 November 1940, a Luftwaffe air raid devastated the city of Coventry. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultimate history package. Ju...

The History of Beer with Pete Brown

November 13, 2020 17:00 - 29 minutes - 40.9 MB

Pete Brown used to advertise lager for a living, until he realised that writing books about beer was even more fun, and entailed drinking even more beer. He appears regularly on television as a beer expert, writes on beer for a variety of publications and is the author of Man Walks into a Pub and the award-winning travel book Three Sheets to the Wind. In this fascinating episode, he discusses the extraordinary history of beer and its rise to become one of the most popular drinks in the world...

One Family, 600 Years of Farming in England's Lake District

November 12, 2020 17:30 - 19 minutes - 26.3 MB

James Rebanks joined me on the podcast to tell the history of his family farm in the Lake District hills. This was part of an ancient agricultural landscape: a patchwork of crops and meadows, of pastures grazed with livestock, and hedgerows teeming with wildlife. We talk about how it has transformed over time. If you want to get Christmas gifts for your history loving family, then we've got all sorts at historyhit.com/shop. King Tut face coverings, Lord Nelson hoodies, History Hit TV gift s...

The Unknown Warrior

November 11, 2020 17:00 - 21 minutes - 29.4 MB

100 years ago today, the Unknown Warrior, a common soldier and an unidentified casualty of war, was buried in Westminster Abbey with all the pomp and ceremony of an empire at its zenith. King George V looked on as 100 Victoria Cross bearers formed a guard of honour and the unknown solider was laid to rest. Joining me this Armistice Day is author and historian Juliet Nicolson. Her research has explored the repercussions of living in the shadow of the Great War and together we discuss the back...

WW2's Special Ops Sisters

November 10, 2020 17:00 - 36 minutes - 50.2 MB

Jean and Patricia Owtram were teenagers when the Second World War broke out. They both served in secret roles, one on the coast intercepting German naval signals, the other running intelligence agents from Cairo. Neither told the other what they had been up to until the 1970s! Now, in their late nineties they talked to me about their service and how they can still operate a Sten gun. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single...

Why We Remember

November 09, 2020 17:00 - 35 minutes - 49.4 MB

Ash Alexander-Cooper OBE is a former specialist military unit colonel in the British Armed Forces, world-championship athlete and award-winning international musician. Now a member of the Army Reserve, he works tirelessly with organisations geared towards supporting and remembering those who have risked so much in the service of their countries. For this year’s Remembrance Day, Ash joined James to talk about why he thinks that it is so important to honour members of the Armed Forces and, in ...

In Search of My Father

November 08, 2020 03:00 - 30 minutes - 69.4 MB

John Watts never knew his father. He was conceived days before his father, Wing Commander Joseph Watts, was killed on a bombing mission over occupied Europe. He never knew that a bomber from his father's squadron was recovered and is being restored by the RAF museum in Cosford. Dan accompanied John to the museum for the emotional visit which he hoped would bring closure after 80 years of pain. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as ev...

Remembrance Sunday: In Search of My Father

November 08, 2020 03:00 - 30 minutes - 69.4 MB

John Watts never knew his father. He was conceived days before his father, Wing Commander Joseph Watts, was killed on a bombing mission over occupied Europe. He never knew that a bomber from his father's squadron was recovered and is being restored by the RAF museum in Cosford. Dan accompanied John to the museum for the emotional visit which he hoped would bring closure after 80 years of pain. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as ev...

The US Cabinet

November 07, 2020 03:00 - 24 minutes - 33.2 MB

Lindsay Chervinsky joined me on the podcast to discuss the history of the US Cabinet. We also discussed the electoral college system and the Constitution. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultimate history package. Jus...

The Moth and the Mountain with Ed Caesar

November 06, 2020 17:00 - 20 minutes - 28.2 MB

Ed Caesar joined me on the podcast to tell the story of World War I veteran Maurice Wilson, Britain's most mysterious mountaineering legend. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultimate history package. Just go to histor...

The Forgotten Hero of Everest

November 06, 2020 17:00 - 20 minutes - 28.2 MB

Ed Caesar joined me on the podcast to tell the story of World War I veteran Maurice Wilson, Britain's most mysterious mountaineering legend. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultimate history package. Just go to histor...

Philip and Alexander: Kings and Conquerors

November 05, 2020 17:00 - 58 minutes - 80.4 MB

Alexander the Great. One of the most recognisable names in history. In his short lifetime he conquered the mighty Persian Empire and marched his army as far as the Indus River Valley. But it is important to remember that Alexander’s achievements were only possible because of his father Philip. It was Philip who transformed the Kingdom of Macedon from a backward domain into the dominant power in the Central Mediterranean. It was Philip who reformed the army and created the force that would se...

The Electoral College

November 04, 2020 12:30 - 15 minutes - 21.9 MB

Fabian Hilfrich joined me on the podcast to talk about the US electoral college. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultimate history package. Just go to historyhit.tv to subscribe. Use code 'pod1' at checkout for your f...

Trump, Putin, Bolsanaro: The Return of The Strongman

November 03, 2020 17:00 - 21 minutes - 30.1 MB

Ruth Ben-Ghiat joined me on the podcast to discuss what modern authoritarian leaders have in common and how they can be stopped. We discussed the strongman playbook from Mussolini to Putin, Johnson and Trump. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber...

The Strongman

November 03, 2020 17:00 - 21 minutes - 30.1 MB

Ruth Ben-Ghiat joined me on the podcast to discuss what modern authoritarian leaders have in common and how they can be stopped. We discussed the strongman playbook from Mussolini to Putin, Johnson and Trump. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber...

Hong Kong Flu

November 02, 2020 17:00 - 23 minutes - 32.1 MB

Professor George Dehner is a world environmental historian who examines the intersection of humans and disease in the modern era. We talked about the great flu pandemics of the later 20th Century, 1968 and 1976. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscri...

America's Contested Election

November 02, 2020 08:02 - 27 minutes - 38.2 MB

1876 was a great pivot in US history. In the presidential election that year a record turn out and chaotic vote counts, particularly in Florida (!), saw a contested result. Civil war, so recently concluded, seemed imminent until Democrat and Republican grandees made a bargain. It would save the republic but at terrible cost. Joining us on the podcast is Professor Gary Gerstle, the Paul Mellon Professor of American History at the University of Cambridge. We discussed the momentous events of 1...

WW2 Heroine Christian Lamb Turns 100

November 01, 2020 09:00 - 26 minutes - 36.8 MB

Christian Lamb has had a remarkable life. The daughter of an admiral, she served in the navy during the war and went on to become an expert in horticultural history. Dan visited her the day after her 100th birthday to learn about her wartime experiences.  Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes whe...

Margaret Beaufort: Mother of the Tudors

October 30, 2020 17:00 - 39 minutes - 53.9 MB

Nicola Tallis comes on the show to talk about the extraordinary Margaret Beaufort: 'Mother of the Tudors' and the ancestor of all subsequent royals.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Bomb: With Fred Kaplan

October 29, 2020 17:00 - 35 minutes - 48.2 MB

Why is it that nobody has used the absolute weapon, the nuclear bomb, since 1945? Was it ever likely that the American arsenal would be used against the Soviet Union? Or was it created solely to prevent nuclear war? If the latter is true, how does a country create the false impression that it is willing to release a weapon of mass destruction? New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer prize winning journalist, Fred Kaplan, has authored The Bomb: Presidents, Generals and the Secret Histo...

Mutiny on the Spanish Main

October 28, 2020 17:00 - 22 minutes - 31 MB

Angus Konstam joined me on the podcast to tell the dramatic story of HMS Hermione. In 1797, the British frigate was the site of the bloodiest mutiny in British naval history. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultimate ...

Time Travel to Regency Britain with Ian Mortimer

October 27, 2020 17:00 - 17 minutes - 24.6 MB

Ian Mortimer joined me on the podcast to take us back in time to the Regency period. It was a time of exuberance, thrills, frills and unchecked bad behaviour.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian Revolution

October 26, 2020 17:00 - 21 minutes - 29.2 MB

Sudhir Hazareesingh joined me to discuss the life of Toussaint Louverture, a revolutionary leader who confronted the forces of slavery, settler colonialism, imperialism and racial hierarchy. The Haitian Revolution began in the French Caribbean colony of Saint-Domingue with a slave revolt in August 1791, and culminated a dozen years later in the proclamation of the world's first independent black state.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Trump and Presidential History

October 25, 2020 03:00 - 25 minutes - 35.2 MB

Two weeks before the 2020 U.S. presidential election, Richard Brookhiser joined me on the podcast to discuss Trump and presidential history.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

War Lord with Bernard Cornwell

October 24, 2020 02:00 - 17 minutes - 23.7 MB

Bernard Cornwell joined me on the podcast to discuss his final book in the Last Kingdom series. War Lord is the epic story of how England was made.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Battle of Philippi: Death of the Roman Republic

October 23, 2020 16:00 - 50 minutes - 69.4 MB

In October 42 BC the Roman Republic committed suicide. Near the town of Philippi in northern Greece the forces of Brutus and Cassius, the famous assassins of Julius Caesar and the last surviving cheerleaders of the Roman Republic, faced off against the armies of Marc Antony and young Octavian. Two separate battles were fought, the results of which decided the future direction of Rome. In this Ancients podcast, Tristan was joined by Steele Brand (@steele_brand) to talk through these all-impor...

Britain's Oldest Laws

October 22, 2020 16:00 - 20 minutes - 27.9 MB

Joanna McCunn joined me on the podcast to discuss the history of some of Britain's oldest and strangest laws. From shooting Welshmen with longbows, to Oliver Cromwell banning mince pies, we also discussed 19th century policing and vagrancy acts. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can...

Time's Monster with Priya Satia

October 21, 2020 16:00 - 21 minutes - 29.4 MB

Priya Satia joined me on the podcast to discuss the dramatic consequences of writing history today as much as in the past. Against the backdrop of enduring global inequalities and debates about reparations and the legacy of empire, Satia offers us a hugely important and urgent moral voice. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on...

Nelson and the Slave Trade

October 20, 2020 16:00 - 25 minutes - 35.2 MB

Vice Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson died at Trafalgar on 21 October 1805. Recently there has been considerable interest in Nelson's views on the slave trade and the plantation economy of the West Indies. A letter of Nelson's written months before his death in 1805 to the infamous Jamaican slave owner Simon Taylor, was published years after his death in attempt to stop the abolition of the slave trade as the matter was before Parliament. Martyn Downer joined me on the podcast to discuss key phra...

The Conquistadores

October 19, 2020 16:00 - 30 minutes - 42 MB

Fernando Cervantes joined me on the podcast to reframe the story of the Spanish conquest of the New World, set against the political and intellectual landscape from which its main actors emerged.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Expulsion of Native Americans

October 18, 2020 02:00 - 23 minutes - 32.9 MB

Claudio Saunt joined me on the podcast to discuss the United States' expulsion of Native Americans from the East to territories west of the Mississippi River. Justified as a humanitarian enterprise, the undertaking was to be systematic and rational, overseen by Washington’s small but growing bureaucracy. But as the policy unfolded over the next decade, thousands of Native Americans died under the federal government’s auspices, and thousands of others lost their possessions and homelands in a...

Saving Bletchley Park with Sue Black

October 17, 2020 02:00 - 22 minutes - 31.5 MB

Dr Sue Black is a British computer scientist, academic and social entrepreneur. She has been instrumental in saving Bletchley Park, the World War II codebreaking site. Her book documenting this vital task is 'Saving Bletchley Park: How #SocialMedia Saved the Home of the WWII Codebreakers'.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

African Europeans with Olivette Otele

October 16, 2020 16:00 - 23 minutes - 32.4 MB

Olivette Otele joined me on the podcast to discuss the long African European heritage through the lives of individuals. Subscribe to History Hit and you'll get access to hundreds of history documentaries, as well as every single episode of this podcast from the beginning (400 extra episodes). We're running live podcasts on Zoom, we've got weekly quizzes where you can win prizes, and exclusive subscriber only articles. It's the ultimate history package. Just go to historyhit.tv to subscribe....

Guests

Marc Morris
7 Episodes
Dan Jones
5 Episodes
Roger Moorhouse
4 Episodes
Sarah Churchwell
4 Episodes
Sarah Parcak
3 Episodes
Giles Milton
2 Episodes
Paddy Ashdown
2 Episodes
Alexander Betts
1 Episode
Antony Beevor
1 Episode
Barack Obama
1 Episode
Ben Rhodes
1 Episode
Bernard Cornwell
1 Episode
Charles Moore
1 Episode
Chris Smith
1 Episode
David Cannadine
1 Episode
David Christian
1 Episode
George Orwell
1 Episode
Heather Knight
1 Episode
John King
1 Episode
Jonathan Phillips
1 Episode
Kate Williams
1 Episode
Leonardo da Vinci
1 Episode
Margaret MacMillan
1 Episode
Mark Forsyth
1 Episode
Martin Kemp
1 Episode
Michael Palin
1 Episode
Misha Glenny
1 Episode
Niall Ferguson
1 Episode
Orlando Figes
1 Episode
Philippa Gregory
1 Episode
Rutger Bregman
1 Episode
Shashi Tharoor
1 Episode
Stephen Fry
1 Episode
Tony Robbins
1 Episode
Victor Hugo
1 Episode
Vincent van Gogh
1 Episode

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Myth and Reality
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The Secret History
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