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The GCSE History Revision Podcast

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The GCSE History Revision Podcast
The GCSE History Revision Podcast

The GCSE History Revision Podcast

Mr W

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13
Plays
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This is a podcast designed specifically to help with AQA GCSE History revision. On twitter @GCSEHistoryPod

Latest Episodes

Faces of Fascism - the Brain of Mussolini

Something a little different while we sort out the Pevensey castle episode This is the first episode of abnother podcast called Faces of Fascism, the rest of which can be found on Podbean and Apple Podcasts. It's a bit more in depth than you need for GCSE but great for A-Level or simply if you are interested in one the dominant political forces of the 20th century.

15 MINMAY 5
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Faces of Fascism - the Brain of Mussolini

1800s: New Model Unions and New Unionism

How did the Trades Union movement develop after the Tolpuddle Martyrs?

13 MINMAR 8
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1800s: New Model Unions and New Unionism

1834: The Tolpuddle Martyrs

"You don't get me, I'm part of the Union..." The first in our mini sequence of podcasts on the development of the Trades Union movement and its place in the development of democracy starts small; focused on one small village in Dorset and six men who swear an oath to found a Union to bargain for better pay and conditions...

11 MINFEB 17
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1834: The Tolpuddle Martyrs

1800s: The Chartists II

The Chartists were a huge political movement, able to mobilise a lot of public support; born out of unhappiness with the Great Reform Act, their demands were simple and clearly designed to improve the representation of the working class in Parliament. But the movement collapsed by the 1850s, ending in abject failure. Or did it...?

17 MINFEB 13
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1800s: The Chartists II

1800s: The Chartists I - Peterloo and the Great Reform Act

What was the problem with elections in the 1800s? How did a meeting at St Peter's Field lead to the Great Reform Act? And how Great was it anyway? This is background to the Chartist movement which will be covered in the next episode.

12 MINFEB 10
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1800s: The Chartists I - Peterloo and the Great Reform Act

1776 The American Revolution

After the Civil Wars, the question of who ruled - Parliament or the King - was settled. The next phase of power shifting to the people would be about who was represented in Parliament. The first skirmish of this fight would be a war across the sea, when colonists declared that there should be no representation without taxation and, in their Declaration of Independence, wrote down some self-evident truths.

12 MINFEB 7
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1776 The American Revolution

2018 Exam Technique

In our final episode of the class of 2018, we talk through with an AQA Lead Examiner how to answer each of the questions on the new paper. For the last time, 2018 - good luck in your exams! Good-BYEEEEE-EEEEEEE.

30 MIN2018 MAY 24
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2018 Exam Technique

1642: The World Turned Upside Down

England is at war with itself; the King versus Parliament. This confilct gave rise to new radical politics which would inform the rest of British political history. But not only that - hovering in the background is the biggest unanswered question of all - what do you do with the King? Probably the most important turning point in the development of Power and the People is covered in this episode.

31 MIN2018 APR 10
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1642: The World Turned Upside Down

1642: What were the causes of the English Revolution?

In August 1642 King Charles I raised his standard at Nottingham, declaring war on his own Parliament. The most serious challenge to royal authority in English history was about to begin - British history, actually, as the mid-1600s saw war engulf the three kingdoms of the British isles. How did it come to this? In this episode we talk through the steps to 1642 and what brought Parliament and the King to the brink of war....

29 MIN2018 APR 3
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1642: What were the causes of the English Revolution?

1536: What was the Impact of the Pilgrimage of Grace?

Henry VIII had to deal with the challenge to his authority, but how? This episode wraps up the events of 1536 and looks at the impact it had for the people who rebelled, Henry and Thomas Cromwell.

17 MIN2018 MAR 27
Comments
1536: What was the Impact of the Pilgrimage of Grace?

Latest Episodes

Faces of Fascism - the Brain of Mussolini

Something a little different while we sort out the Pevensey castle episode This is the first episode of abnother podcast called Faces of Fascism, the rest of which can be found on Podbean and Apple Podcasts. It's a bit more in depth than you need for GCSE but great for A-Level or simply if you are interested in one the dominant political forces of the 20th century.

15 MINMAY 5
Comments
Faces of Fascism - the Brain of Mussolini

1800s: New Model Unions and New Unionism

How did the Trades Union movement develop after the Tolpuddle Martyrs?

13 MINMAR 8
Comments
1800s: New Model Unions and New Unionism

1834: The Tolpuddle Martyrs

"You don't get me, I'm part of the Union..." The first in our mini sequence of podcasts on the development of the Trades Union movement and its place in the development of democracy starts small; focused on one small village in Dorset and six men who swear an oath to found a Union to bargain for better pay and conditions...

11 MINFEB 17
Comments
1834: The Tolpuddle Martyrs

1800s: The Chartists II

The Chartists were a huge political movement, able to mobilise a lot of public support; born out of unhappiness with the Great Reform Act, their demands were simple and clearly designed to improve the representation of the working class in Parliament. But the movement collapsed by the 1850s, ending in abject failure. Or did it...?

17 MINFEB 13
Comments
1800s: The Chartists II

1800s: The Chartists I - Peterloo and the Great Reform Act

What was the problem with elections in the 1800s? How did a meeting at St Peter's Field lead to the Great Reform Act? And how Great was it anyway? This is background to the Chartist movement which will be covered in the next episode.

12 MINFEB 10
Comments
1800s: The Chartists I - Peterloo and the Great Reform Act

1776 The American Revolution

After the Civil Wars, the question of who ruled - Parliament or the King - was settled. The next phase of power shifting to the people would be about who was represented in Parliament. The first skirmish of this fight would be a war across the sea, when colonists declared that there should be no representation without taxation and, in their Declaration of Independence, wrote down some self-evident truths.

12 MINFEB 7
Comments
1776 The American Revolution

2018 Exam Technique

In our final episode of the class of 2018, we talk through with an AQA Lead Examiner how to answer each of the questions on the new paper. For the last time, 2018 - good luck in your exams! Good-BYEEEEE-EEEEEEE.

30 MIN2018 MAY 24
Comments
2018 Exam Technique

1642: The World Turned Upside Down

England is at war with itself; the King versus Parliament. This confilct gave rise to new radical politics which would inform the rest of British political history. But not only that - hovering in the background is the biggest unanswered question of all - what do you do with the King? Probably the most important turning point in the development of Power and the People is covered in this episode.

31 MIN2018 APR 10
Comments
1642: The World Turned Upside Down

1642: What were the causes of the English Revolution?

In August 1642 King Charles I raised his standard at Nottingham, declaring war on his own Parliament. The most serious challenge to royal authority in English history was about to begin - British history, actually, as the mid-1600s saw war engulf the three kingdoms of the British isles. How did it come to this? In this episode we talk through the steps to 1642 and what brought Parliament and the King to the brink of war....

29 MIN2018 APR 3
Comments
1642: What were the causes of the English Revolution?

1536: What was the Impact of the Pilgrimage of Grace?

Henry VIII had to deal with the challenge to his authority, but how? This episode wraps up the events of 1536 and looks at the impact it had for the people who rebelled, Henry and Thomas Cromwell.

17 MIN2018 MAR 27
Comments
1536: What was the Impact of the Pilgrimage of Grace?
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