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History! The most exciting and important things that have ever happened on the planet! Featuring reports from the weird and wonderful places around the world where history has been made and interviews with some of the best historians writing today. Dan also covers some of the major anniversaries as they pass by and explores the deep history behind today's headlines - giving you the context to understand what is going on today.

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History! The most exciting and important things that have ever happened on the planet! Featuring reports from the weird and wonderful places around the world where history has been made and interviews with some of the best historians writing today. Dan also covers some of the major anniversaries as they pass by and explores the deep history behind today's headlines - giving you the context to understand what is going on today.

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Just found these podcasts and am enjoying them. Interesting subjects and insight.

History Hit

By Tbazrid - Jan 24 2020
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I listen every day on my walk. Wonderful podcast!!!

iTunes Ratings

657 Ratings
Average Ratings
530
65
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15
21

Great topics and content

By Hey man t - Jan 25 2020
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Just found these podcasts and am enjoying them. Interesting subjects and insight.

History Hit

By Tbazrid - Jan 24 2020
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I listen every day on my walk. Wonderful podcast!!!
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Dan Snow's History Hit

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History! The most exciting and important things that have ever happened on the planet! Featuring reports from the weird and wonderful places around the world where history has been made and interviews with some of the best historians writing today. Dan also covers some of the major anniversaries as they pass by and explores the deep history behind today's headlines - giving you the context to understand what is going on today.

Rank #1: Genetics & History with Adam Rutherford

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Adam Rutherford @AdamRutherfordis a British geneticist, author, and broadcaster. He was an editor for the journal Nature for a decade, is a frequent contributor to the newspaper The Guardian, hosts the BBC Radio 4 programme Inside Science. His new book is titled A Brief History of Everyone who Ever Lived: The Stories in Our Genes.

Producer: Dan Morelle

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Jan 13 2017

32mins

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Rank #2: Why is Jerusalem So Important? with Simon Sebag Montefiore

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Jerusalem is back in the news. Donald Trump announced that the USA is going to recognise it as the capital of Israel. Then again for the last 3000 years it has rarely been out of the news. In this episode we talk to the historian Simon Sebag Montefiore, author of 'Jerusalem: the biography' about this remarkable city. He explains why it is sacred to three religions and why it has so often found itself on the front line of the great conflicts that have shaped the history of the Middle East and the wider world.


Audio: Pete Dennis

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Dec 16 2017

44mins

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Rank #3: The Historical Reliability of the Bible with Francesca Stavrakopoulou

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Francesca Stavrakopoulou @ProfFrancesca is Professor of Hebrew Bible & Ancient Religion at Exeter University. Her research is primarily focused on ancient Israelite and Judahite religions, and portrayals of the religious past in the Hebrew Bible. She is interested in biblical traditions and religious practices most at odds with Western cultural preferences.


Producer: Dan Morelle

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Jan 17 2017

26mins

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Rank #4: The Templars with Dan Jones

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Dan Jones @dgjones is a historian, broadcaster and award-winning journalist. His internationally bestselling works include The Plantagenets, Magna Carta and The Templars. He has written and hosted dozens of TV shows including the acclaimed Netflix/Channel 5 series 'Secrets of Great British Castles'. He writes a weekly column for the London Evening Standard and his writing also appears in newspapers and magazines including The Sunday Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Wall Street Journal, Smithsonian, GQ and The Spectator.


The Templars: The Rise and Fall of Gods Holy Warriors is out in now.


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Sep 11 2017

47mins

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Rank #5: The Race To Save The Romanovs with Helen Rappaport

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There are many mysteries surrounding the deaths of the Romanovs: could King George V have saved them? Could there have been a constitutional monarchy? Did any of them survive? In her new book, packed with original research, Helen Rappaport definitively answers these and other questions. For more exclusive history interviews & documentaries, subscribe to HistoryHit.TV.


Producer: Natt Tapley

Audio: Pete Dennis

Recorded: Felix Maynard

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Jun 28 2018

38mins

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Rank #6: The Royal Navy: 100 Years of Modern Warfare with Julian Thompson

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Julian Thompson RMC served in the Royal Marines for 34 years, during which time he commanded operations at all levels from platoon to brigade. His period of command included the Falklands War of 1982, in which he commanded the 3rd Commando Brigade of three Royal Marines Commandos and the two battalions of the Parachute Regiment. He is now a visiting professor at the Department of War Studies at King's College, London and Chairman of a company which advises the shipping industry on combatting piracy. He regularly appears on television as an authority on military history and has written 16 books on the subject including The Somme & Verdun: 1916 Remembered, and co-authored The Gallipoli Experience.

The Royal Navy: 100 Years of Modern Warfare is out now.

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Dec 26 2016

22mins

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Rank #7: The Lost City of Z with David Grann

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David Grann @davidgrann is an American journalist, a staff writer for The New Yorker magazine, and a best-selling author. His first book, The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon, was published in 2009.

Producer: Dan Morelle

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Mar 17 2017

34mins

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Rank #8: Inglorious Empire: What the British Did to India with Shashi Tharoor

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Shashi Tharoor @ShashiTharoor is an Indian politician and a former diplomat who is currently serving as Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala since 2009. He was a former Under Secretary-General of the United Nations and a former Minister of State for Human Resource Development and Minister of State for External Affairs in the Government of India. Inglorious Empire: What the British Did to India is available now.

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Producer: Dan Morelle

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Jun 22 2017

46mins

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Rank #9: SAS: Rogue Heroes with Ben Macintyre

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Ben Macintyre @BenMacintyre1is a columnist and Associate Editor on The Times. He has worked as the newspaper’s correspondent in New York, Paris and Washington. He is the author of nine previous books including Agent Zigzag, shortlisted for the Costa Biography Award and the Galaxy British Book Award for Biography of the Year 2008, and the no. 1 bestsellers A Spy Among Friends, Operation Mincemeat and Double Cross. His new book. SAS: Rogue Heroes – the Authorized Wartime History, is out now

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Jun 13 2017

37mins

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Rank #10: Empire State: How the Roman Military Built an Empire with Simon Elliott

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Simon Elliott @SimonElliott20 is an historian and archaeologist. His new book Empire State: How the Roman Military Built an Empire is out now.

Producer: Dan Morelle

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Oct 01 2017

38mins

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Rank #11: 1066: Battle of Hastings with Marc Morris

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The Battle of Hastings was fought on 14 October 1066 between the Norman-French army of William, the Duke of Normandy, and an English army under the Anglo-Saxon King Harold Godwinson, beginning the Norman conquest of England. It took place approximately 7 miles (11 kilometres) northwest of Hastings, close to the present-day town of Battle, East Sussex, and was a decisive Norman victory.

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Oct 14 2016

51mins

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Rank #12: Elizabeth I with Helen Castor

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Dan talks to Helen Castor about her new book about Elizabeth I and the way she governed. For more exclusive history interviews and documentaries, subscribe to HistoryHit.TV.


Producers: Natt Tapley & Helen Carrie

Audio: Pete Dennis

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Apr 14 2018

32mins

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Rank #13: Jock Lewes: Co-Founder of the SAS with John Lewes

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John Lewes is the nephew and biographer of Lt. Jock Lewes.

Jock Lewes - Co-Founder of the SAS is out now.

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Dec 30 2016

30mins

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Rank #14: Roman Legionaries with Simon Elliott

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Dan has his regular catch-up with Simon Elliott on all things Roman. Why were the legionaries so successful, and how did they maintain that success for several centuries? For more exclusive history documentaries, and ad-free podcasts, subscribe to HistoryHit.TV.


Producer: Natt Tapley

Audio: Peter Curry 

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Dec 05 2018

27mins

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Rank #15: Mary Queen of Scots with Kate Williams

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Dan Snow and Kate Williams talk about the rise and fall of Mary Queen of Scots. For more exclusive interviews and documentaries visit HistoryHit.TV.


Producer: Natt Tapley

Audio: Felix Maynard

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Oct 01 2018

55mins

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Rank #16: Sophie Scholl, Resistance Fighter with Frank McDonough

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Dan talks to Frank McDonough about the resistance of Sophie Scholl, on the 75th anniversary of her execution by the Nazis. For more exclusive documentaries and interviews, subscribe to History Hit.TV.


Producer: Nathaniel Tapley

Audio: Pete Dennis

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Feb 22 2018

37mins

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Rank #17: Gary Oldman on Being Winston Churchill

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Dan Snow talks to Gary Oldman about the challenge of taking on the role of Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour, the role of art in interpreting history, and what the loos at Claridge's are like.


Producer: Nathaniel Tapley

Audio: Pete Dennis

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Dec 12 2017

20mins

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Rank #18: David Baddiel

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David Baddiel talks to Dan about the Second World War, Trump's Mussolini-isms, and why Jim Callaghan makes comedy difficult. For more exclusive interviews and documentaries, subscribe to History Hit.TV.


Producer: Natt Tapley

Audio: Pete Dennis

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Feb 19 2018

50mins

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Rank #19: The Mystery of the Wardlaw Museum: Part 2 with Sue Black, Lucina Hackman and Sarah Fraser

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In the second of our very-special episodes, Dan and the teams from the University of Dundee and the Royal Society of Edinburgh finally solve the centuries-old mystery of the headless body in Wardlaw Mausoleum. Featuring: Professor Sue Black, Dr Lucina Hackman and Sarah Fraser. To see the whole documentary we made about it, go to HistoryHit.TV. Join today for free.


Producer: Natt Tapley

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Jan 21 2018

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Rank #20: The Bayeux Tapestry with Marc Morris.

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Dan talks all things Bayeux with high medievalist Marc Morris.


Producer: Natt Tapley

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Jan 17 2018

16mins

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UnRoman Britain

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How far did Roman culture and politics penetrate into Britain during the Roman occupation of Britannia?


Miles Russell, archaeologist and writer, argues that Britain wasn't as Romanised as has often been believed; in fact only the wealthy elite really emulated fashions from Rome. He highlights archaeological evidence which shows that the bulk of the population went on with their lives as best they could whilst the forts, towns and later villas were little bubbles of Roman culture having limited impact on wider society. Join Dan and Miles as they discuss.

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Jan 26 2020

27mins

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The Anglo-Zulu War

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Saul David - historian, broadcaster and author of several critically-acclaimed works of fiction and non-fiction - comes on the show to discuss the most brutal and controversial British imperial conflict of the 19th century: the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879.

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Jan 22 2020

23mins

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Hunting the Bismarck

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In May 1941, the Royal Navy pursued Nazi Germany's largest battleship, the Bismarck, in the greatest chase story in the history of naval warfare. Bismarck represented the single most important threat to the Royal Navy and the vital Atlantic convoys they sought to protect; her armoured protection had earned her the reputation of being unsinkable. Join Dan as the historian Angus Konstam takes him through a blow by blow account of Operation Rheinübung and the sinking of Bismarck.

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Jan 20 2020

45mins

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The Man Who Volunteered for Auschwitz

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In 1940 the Polish resistance decided it needed to send an agent to Auschwitz concentration camp. They were desperate to find out what was going on in a place that even by that stage of the war had an evil reputation. Historian Jack Fairweather tells the story of Witold Pilecki the Pole who volunteered for the job. He smuggled out first accounts of the camp to the rest of the world. He chronicled its transition from a concentration camp for Polish political opponents to a factory of genocide.

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Jan 19 2020

34mins

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'Seducing and Killing Nazis'

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During the Second World War the Netherlands fell to advancing German forces in just a few hours. The Dutch found themselves under Nazi occupation. Many men and women resisted, which took many different forms. Recently the story emerged of three young women who chose a particularly dangerous way in which to strike back against the German occupiers.


In this podcast Dan talks to the writer Sophie Poldermans about Hannie Schaft and sisters Truus and Freddie Oversteegen. With astonishing bravery these three young women seduced high-ranking Nazi officers, lured them into the woods and killed them. They also provided Jewish children with safe houses and gathered vital intelligence for the resistance.

Sophie tells us their story.

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Jan 15 2020

21mins

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How History Inspires Environmental Activism

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The world faces a unique environmental challenge. The scale of response to this looming catastrophe can be overwhelming. But economist and activist Andrew Simms believes that history provides us with a guide. It can inspire us to see that we have overcome greater challenges than those we face now. It can encourage us to be bold and believe that the solution lies in our hands. Andrew co-founded the New Weather Institute and Green New Deal group and is a lover of history. In this podcast Andrew shares his thoughts with Dan on episodes in the past that we should be looking to, from the New Deal to the allied victory in the Second World War. He believes we "are capable of extraordinary things."

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Jan 14 2020

23mins

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The Commando Raid that Changed the Course of WW2

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In October 1942 the British launched a small raid on the Channel Island of Sark. A cast of characters who gave their colleague Ian Fleming ideas for a new secret agent character, James Bond, crept ashore and captured German prisoners. A scuffle broke out and two of them were killed. The commandos escaped with one prisoner and that might have been the end of it. When Hitler heard the news however he went ballistic and very shortly after issued his infamous Commando Order. Henceforth they were to be shot on sight. It was another ratcheting up of the ferocity, and criminality of the Nazi war effort. In this podcast Dan visits the Channel Islands. Meets a local expert and retraced the steps of the raid. 

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Jan 12 2020

19mins

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Sam Mendes on 1917

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In this podcast Dan talks to Golden Globe winning film maker Sam Mendes about his new World War One film 1917.


Based in part on an account told to Mendes by his paternal grandfather, Alfred Mendes, it chronicles the story of two young British soldiers at the height of WWI during Spring 1917.

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Jan 09 2020

25mins

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The Persian War

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In the 5th century BC the world's first super power, the Persian Empire, went to war against a ragtag collection of cities and statelets on its western frontier. It was the start of the Persian War. Thankfully for us this war was recorded in some detail by the world's first historian. Herodotus. Despite previous millenia of history in the ancient Near East, this historical record means that the Persian Wars feels recognisably modern. The attitudes and decisions of commanders are discernable. The course of the battles, traceable.

William Shepherd has written an engaging new account of the war. He took some time to sit down with Dan and explore the course of the war and why it still matters.



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Jan 08 2020

38mins

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Interwar Germany’s Secret Ally: The USSR

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After the First World War the German Army was in crisis. Limited in the size and its equipment by the Versailles Treaty which ended the war, it was a shadow of the mighty force it had been in 1914. Help came from a surprising source. Soviet Russia.


Historian Ian Johnson explains to Dan how it was the Soviets who helped rebuild the German military machine before World War Two. 


30% of Weimar Germany's defence spending took place in the USSR. 25% of German officers passed through camps in Soviet soil. This is the shocking conclusion reached by Ian Johnson who has trawled through the archives to understand just how much the German war machine owed to Soviet support. The cash strapped communists were happy to take German money in return for training areas, tank development labs and other activities banned by the Versailles Treaty. 


The Soviets helped turn the Wehrmacht into a military machine that in 1941-2 came very close to toppling the Soviet state. 

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Jan 06 2020

24mins

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Ink: A History of Tattooing

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Matt Lodder is the world's leading expert on the history of tattoos. He has found evidence of people using ink or charcoal on their bodies stretching back thousands of years. He explodes myths at every turn. Tattoos were common long before Captain Cook allegedly imported them back from the Pacific in the 18th Century, and he demonstrates that they were never the exclusive preserve of marginalised subcultures, but actually adorned the bodies of royalty.

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Jan 05 2020

32mins

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Geordies: A History

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'Northumbrian patriot' Dan Jackson, who has just written a book on the history of Northeast England and its people, comes on the podcast to talk about his native Northumberland.

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Jan 03 2020

23mins

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The Crusaders' Last Battle for the Holy Land

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Roger Crowley is the author of the new book, Accursed Tower: The Crusaders' Last Battle for the Holy Land.


The city of Acre, powerfully fortified and richly provisioned, was the last crusader stronghold. When it fell in 1291, two hundred years of Christian crusading in the Holy Land came to a bloody end. Dan had a chat with Roger, which was a nice complement to his podcast with Dan Jones on the Crusades as a whole, earlier in the year.

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Jan 01 2020

30mins

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Best of 2019

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Tony Blair, Julie McDowall the 'Atomic Hobo', Prof Mary Fulbrook, SAS veterans, Stephen Fry, Akala.... It has been a bumper year on the pod. We've heard why the British Army was doomed to failure in Helmand, what it was like arriving at Bletchley Park in the darkest days of the Second World War, why the 'cleverest man in Britain' doesn't think much of Magna Carta, what it was like when Hiroshima was destroyed,and why women had better sex under Communism. In case you were unlucky enough to miss any of these episodes: here is a year end mash up. Thanks for all your support in 2019. We'll do our best to ensure that 2020s conversations are even better. 

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Dec 31 2019

56mins

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The Ultra Secret Mission that Changed the Course of WW2

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Damien Lewis tells us of the formation of the SAS.


In 1941 an alien-seeming object was captured in a death-defying dash by an RAF reconnaissance pilot flying a lone unarmed Spitfire across the French coast. Balanced upon the cliffs near Le Havre was what appeared to be a giant convex dish, directed across the Channel at the war-torn British coastline...

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Dec 29 2019

46mins

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The Crown: History v Myth

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'Fiction should help us to understand the truth, not pervert it.'

Hugo Vickers talks to Dan about the hit TV show - The Crown.


Hugo's main gripe against The Crown is that 'it purports to represent real people, not fictional ones loosely based on real ones, and that whereas fiction can sometimes help us to understand the truth, in this case they twist the facts...

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Dec 26 2019

27mins

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Were the Victorians Happier than Us?

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A recent study published in the science journal Nature tracked the emotional tone of books and newspapers over the past 200 years and suggested that Brits were happier in the 19th Century. This rang alarms at History Hit HQ. So we got Hannah Woods on the pod pronto to talk us through the reality of life in the 19th Century and whether they were happier than we are today.

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Dec 23 2019

26mins

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Vikings: A History of the Northmen

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The Vikings have never lost their appeal to scholars and enthusiasts. Now Wayne Bartlett has written a great new survey of the Viking World from Newfoundland to Central Asia. Dan got him on the podcast to ask him the central questions of the Viking Age. What does Viking even mean? Why did they explode onto the world stage when they do? Are the myths true? What is their legacy?

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Dec 22 2019

35mins

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The Books that Made Britain

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Christopher Tugendhat is a politician, journalist and businessman. For 50 years he has been collecting modern first editions of books, including many that he believes reflect and illuminate the British experience during the first sixty or so years of the 20th century. Looking for a way to distil and share the understanding of the period that he had gained from these books, he decided to use them to tell the story of modern Britain. In his book 'A History of Britain Through Books' he explores political and social change from 1900 to 1964 through the lens of literature.

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Dec 21 2019

22mins

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Women Warriors

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In 2018, UK Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson announced that all roles in the military would now be open to women. Although this marks a historic shift, officially allowing British women into combat roles, the presence of women on the front lines dates back to antiquity.


Dan met with Dr Julie Wheelwright, historian and author of Sisters in Arms about women on the battlefield. They talk about women like Maria Bochkareva, a private in the Tsar’s army and leader of the Women’s Battalion of Death in 1917; and Captain Flora Sandes, hero of the Serbian Army who toured Australia, thrilling her audiences with tales of bravery and patriotism.


And of course, Dan's favourite, Hannah Snell, an 18th Century woman who enlisted and fought alongside unsuspecting men in India.

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Dec 19 2019

26mins

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iTunes Ratings

657 Ratings
Average Ratings
530
65
26
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21

Great topics and content

By Hey man t - Jan 25 2020
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Just found these podcasts and am enjoying them. Interesting subjects and insight.

History Hit

By Tbazrid - Jan 24 2020
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I listen every day on my walk. Wonderful podcast!!!