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New Books in History

Marshall Poe

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4.2 out of 5 stars from 298 ratings
  • Gone downhill

    Used to love the channel but now half the episodes are hosted by Ari Barbalat who is the most insufferable interviewer on the planet

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    Canada2 months ago
  • Quality of many podcast is definitely poor

    What a pity, the audio quality of many episodes is very poor.

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    Italy7 months ago
  • 5/5


    Apple Podcasts
    Swedena year ago
  • All the Interviews on ths Podcast

    The intervewers on this series are, for the most part. almost totally ineffective. I don’t for the most know why but many don’t speak standard English or speak with such strong accents as to be unintelligabe … perhaps you might consider engaging just a few professional interviewers who would conduct all the interviews .. this would be most helpful to the authors and render a great service to your listeners .. I don’t know where you are getting you present interviewers but they are almost all no... more

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    United Statesa year ago
  • Interviews

    Please, better.

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    United Statesa year ago

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