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Gone Medieval

History Hit

From long-lost Viking ships to kings buried in unexpected places; from murders and power politics, to myths, religion, the lives of ordinary people: Gone Medieval is History Hit’s podcast dedicated to the middle ages, in Europe and far beyond.


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Latest Episodes

In the ninth century, the Vikings earned a fearsome reputation by wreaking chaos on the coasts of western Europe. But what is perhaps less well known is that they also travelled eastwards. By sailing along the great rivers of north-eastern Europe, th... more

3 days ago

In many parts of Europe, before Christmas comes, you have first to celebrate one of the medieval period's favourite saints - Saint Nicholas of Myra. It's his legend and celebration that eventually transformed into our own Santa Claus. St Nicolas’s co... more

6 days ago

May 1453 saw Constantinople under siege - the culmination of an age long struggle between Christianity and Islam for control of the Eastern Mediterranean. The Ottoman leader Mehmed II had dreamed of possessing the city since he was a boy, and now the... more

10 days ago


4.7 out of 5 stars from 2.2k ratings
  • A thinly veiled diatribe against modern politics/political figures that the guest vehemently dislikes, interspersed with some history relating to the Hapsburgs. I might have agreed with a guest on a political podcast sharing the similar views but listening to amateur rantings from someone who sounds like he relishes sounding bitter is quite nauseating, especially when he seems to think he's being ironically humourous. Shame, the subject seemed interesting, but I didn't last 'til the end.

    Sacha X
    19 days ago
  • Love it

    I just found this podcast and I’m 4 episodes in. I love both presenters and the research is impressive.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States23 days ago
  • Entertaining and thoughtful

    These shows are well-produced, thoughtful and non-frivolous. I’m an Eleanor Janega fan as well! I found the podcast after watching YouTube videos she features in.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States23 days ago
  • Excellent edutainment

    Matt Lewis is brilliant!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom25 days ago
  • Back to Matt, please

    While I adore Gone Medieval, I pass when Dr Eleanor Janega is hosting. Gah! She speaks in the cadence of a college kid and, frankly, she just talks too much. Let your guest speak! She seemingly needs to prove to them that she knows it all. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago

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#49 United States/History
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#30 United States/History
#28 United Kingdom/History
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#154 United Kingdom/Top Podcasts
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#17 United Kingdom/History
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#29 Canada/History

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