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This week we’re joined by Senior Properties Historian Dr Susan Greaney and Professor Ronald Hutton to investigate the mysterious white horses and giant chalk figures that adorn hillsides across England. Find out who created them, when and why they we... more
Today we’re joined by English Heritage’s Head of Learning and Interpretation Dr Dominique Bouchard and Properties Historians' Team Leader Dr Andrew Hann to talk about a landmark case presided over by Lord Chief Justice, William Murray, 1st Earl of Ma... more
This week, we’re returning to one of our favourite topics of conversation on the podcast: castles. Joining us to discuss the evolution of Britain’s fortresses, before revealing his top five English Heritage castles, is John Goodall – a historian, the... more
I love the English Heritage Podcast! It's always an informative and relaxing listen. It really makes me want to visit each heritage site or the person they speak about becomes my new favorite historical figure. I leave each podcast with new knowledge that I'm eager to share with others.
The contents of these podcasts are very good. However, on my devices, they appear to be played too fast (iPhone 7 . It’s very irritating
More middle class nonsense pandering to whatever the woke mob say is current issue is.
there is a series, it's called Vikings.
A high quality produced podcast with fascinating information. One of my favourite podcasts!
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The English Heritage Podcast launched 6 years ago and published 185 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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