English Heritage cares for over 400 historic buildings, monuments and sites, and brings the story of England to life for over 10 million people each year. http://www.english-heritage.org.uk
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This week, we’re joined by English Heritage’s head of learning and interpretation Dr Dominique Bouchard and interpretation coordinator Nick Collinson to shine a light on the lives of the LGBTQ+ people from the past who have a connection to our proper... more
This week, we’re joined by English Heritage properties historian Andrew Roberts and curator Cameron Moffet to explore the story of Wroxeter Roman city in Shropshire. Though a small village today, Wroxeter was once the fourth largest town in Roman Bri... more
This week, we’re joined by English Heritage’s curator of collections and interiors Dr Peter Moore and Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences archivist Sandra Jane Freshney to reveal how Audley End House in Essex became home to a diverse collection of natu... more
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Love this podcast! A great back-catalogue of episodes to choose from so while I’m not interested in everything there are plenty of different topics to choose from. more
This podcast is really excellent. The information is clearly explained and the host Charles Rowe does a wonderful job of clarifying the issues and acting as the listeners advocate. The point of view of English heritage is given prominence but never at the expense of great history and archaeology. By far the best podcast about British history that I listen to!
Fascinating history of the British seaside and the spas/resorts. Entertaining and very informative!! Thank you.
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.
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The English Heritage Podcast launched 7 years ago and published 233 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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