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Subject to Change

Russell Hogg
Film ReviewsTV & FilmHistory

A lot of history episodes and a lot of film episodes. A few other subjects in between!


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Latest Episodes

Roger Crowley is one on the best (if not the best) narrative historians of the Middle Ages. Here is on great form talking about the Siege of Acre in 1291. The Crusaders have been pushed back and back with Acre the last meaningful holdout. They are up... more

4 days ago

Stacy Schiff is one of America's most acclaimed historians and biographers. Her book The Witches is a detailed, almost forensic, history of the Salem witch trials on 1692. She very kindly came on the podcast to talk about it and she is every bit as g... more

a month ago

Christopher de Bellaigue's book The Lion House is a brilliant history of the first part of Suleiman the Magnificent's reign. I love history and I can't remember loving a history book more that this one. As I say in the podcast, I think it is an unaba... more

a month ago


5 out of 5 stars from 39 ratings
  • Always a great listen

    Subject to Change has been one of my best podcast discoveries in the past year. Russell is an engaging and intellectually curious host who brings on diverse group of guests to discuss topics that are always fascinating. I look forward to seeing the notification of a new episode coming out. Keep up the good work!

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia5 months ago
  • Always worthwhile

    It skates across many topics, is always interesting and let's the guests "breathe" and we get to hear experts asked deep questions

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom7 months ago
  • The Last Emperor

    A fascinating story. Expertly and interestingly told.

    Apple Podcasts
    Grand Av
    United Kingdom7 months ago
  • Top History Podcast

    Russel asks good questions without being intrusive or stepping on his guests, who are some of the top historians being published today.

    Apple Podcasts
    Sean Abbott
    United States7 months ago
  • History buffs - you want this

    Russell chooses wonderful authors and they proceed to have a delightful conversation about their book, its time period, and the issues it raises. Not just a deep dive into dry historical events, the human elements of history are kept onstage throughout. After each episode, I feel better informed and just maybe a little wiser.

    Apple Podcasts
    Dee Tremens
    United Statesa year ago

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