A compilation of the latest Witness History programmes.
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Max Pearson presents a collection of this week's Witness History episodes from the BBC World Service. We hear how a shocking photo from a Bosnian concentration camp stunned the world, what it's like to be in a tornado and the heroic clown who helped ... more
Max Pearson presents a collection of this week’s Witness History episodes from the BBC World Service. We hear about the German children who were evacuated to camps in the countryside to avoid the bombs of World War Two. You may find some of the conte... more
Max Pearson presents a collection of this week's Witness History episodes from the BBC World Service. We hear about the Allies' campaign in North Africa in the Second World War in 1943. Ahead of the 80th anniversary of the end of World War II in 2025... more
This podcast is advocacy, not history. Single perspectives are presented, with the presenters speaking in support. If the listener wants nothing more than a personal story, then this might be satisfying, but one will gain precious little examination of and appreciation of history here. more
Most of the people listen to podcasts at night or while they travel. Do you really have to play bombing sound repeatedly hundreds of time, everytime you mention bombing??? Its so stupid and annoying.
I enjoy the vast variety of topics brought up by this podcast but I also find myself fed up with the huge amount of episodes/sections in the episodes about LGBTQ stuff. There’s too much emphasis on the topic, considering the fact this is a history podcast, not a propaganda/brainwashing thing.
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Completely biased opinion about the partition and the role England played in it. Englishmen at that time were not there to unite a divided India but do the opposite. They’ve been implicit in events such as the famine of Bengal and the partition too. To paint a picture of Britishers as the great liberators is completely false and pedantic. Shameless narrative from the BBC.
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