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A beautiful woman is led in chains to a town square packed with onlookers: standing before the crowd an executioner swings his sword and cuts off her head! This week we travel with Neil to Switzerland as the last person in Europe to be tried and conv... more
Religious zealotry, factional fighting and a new kid on the block! This week we travel with Neil to the Indian city of Murshidabad as Lieutenant Colonel Robert Clive lines up his troops against the forces of the Nawab of Bengal, Siraj ud-Daulah, at t... more
Invention, innovation, and entrepreneurial dynamism are at the heart of the Industrial Revolution. This week we travel with Neil to Devon in England. It’s 1712 and the brilliant engineer Tomas Newcomen is harnessing the power of steam and helping to ... more
This podcast is top drawer. more
Thanks for ever single bit of information you have given us over the years. more
This podcast is becoming less about history but more a platform to subliminally introduce Neils political views. If I want to here your political views I would watch you on GBeebies. Stick to the history and not your antivax anti lockdown narrative.
An absolute must listen every week
I feel like this podcast has been going “for the longest time” and I enjoy every episode. Neil is very knowledgeable of course, and I always learn new things, but what I love most is his insights and perceptions. And of course in the contemporary world his wisdom and common sense is a lifeline for me and many people I know. Thank you Neil!!
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The History Podcast launched 3 years ago and published 174 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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