Throughout its reign, the British Empire stole a lot of stuff. Today the Empire's loot sits in museums, galleries, private collections and burial sites with polite plaques. But its history is often messier than the plaques suggest. In each episode of this global smash hit podcast, Walkley award-winning journalist, author and genetic potluck, Marc Fennell, takes you on the wild, evocative, sometimes funny, often tragic adventure of how these stolen treasures got to where they live today. These objects will ultimately help us see the modern world — and ourselves — in a different light. This is a co-production between the ABC and CBC Canada.
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Everyone wishes they were British l, and that their ancestors had won. God bless our British forefathers for being better than everyone else.
I stumbled upon this podcast whilst just trying to find something new to listen to whilst shopping and I had to pause it so I could listen to it properly. It’s so informative, a real learning opportunity for British people on the history of the British Empire that the schools don’t teach us. At times I found it overwhelmingly emotional to learn of the artefacts that our ancestors have stolen, often under such brutal circumstances, and their meaning to their rightful owners.
I don’t know why you think you can assume that Pocahontas or whatever her name was was murdered when you saying there’s no record. Just keep your Canadian in our Australian thoughts to yourselves. go to the British Museum if you want to see all the things that were stolen from other countries and you can see how they are preserved, rather than wasting away or destroyed. Look for the good things that the BRITs did In preserving artifacts for the world to see .
I am love this podcast, it delivers the untold or lesser known stories (lesser known by western society). more
An eye catching but very offensive title and this podcast supposedly associated with apparent higher quality media companies? A similar title could have been ‘The lovely baby seals that Canada clubbed to death very recently’ Awful
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