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This is one of the best podcasts around. more
Transporting historical storytelling full of delicious obscurities.
If you’re looking for obscure medieval texts with some awesome analysis, this is the podcast for you! Been a follower for a long time and I always learn something new. Also Patrick has a lovely tembre to his voice and is so eloquent; if you’re even reading this now, you’d be remiss not to check it out. Scroll the episode titles to find one that piques your interest and fire away; I promise you will find it interesting!
Great show. It would be a five star review if benighted host could refrain from every now and and again voicing his shortsighted modern political viewpoints. I’m not sure it’s prudent to alienate the very people your podcast appeals to most.
This podcast sheds literary light upon the mis-named “Dark Ages” and the later medieval period with varied stories, fun sound design and erudite but not dry commentary on the facts and tales featured.
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Medieval Death Trip launched 9 years ago and published 105 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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