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Exploring how the past becomes history, through interviews with researchers and deep dives into questions of evidence and analysis.

Latest Episodes

Alex Marshall: Nationalism, Zionism and Utopianism

Dr Alex Marshall lecturesin German and Academic English at Sheffield Hallam University. In this episode he talks about concepts of nationhood and Jewish identity in pre-war Vienna, as well as duelling societies, impressive beards and what we can learn from the telling of jokes. Warning: contains German grammar

43 MIN2019 MAR 2
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Alex Marshall: Nationalism, Zionism and Utopianism

Paul Duncan McGarrity: Swapcast with Ask An Archaeologist

In the first episode of Series 2, archaeologist and comedian Paul Duncan McGarrity talks trowels, corpses in pubs, and why the discovery of Richard III was not your typical dig. For more info on the relaunch and plans for future episodes, visit the 1066 Podcast blog.

21 MIN2018 OCT 29
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Paul Duncan McGarrity: Swapcast with Ask An Archaeologist

Emily Magrath: Native American Identities in Oklahoma

Exploring how the past becomes history, through interviews with researchers and deep dives into questions of evidence and analysis.

17 MIN2014 MAY 1
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Emily Magrath: Native American Identities in Oklahoma

Daniel O'Neill: Cigarette Advertising

In this episode, University of Nottingham PhD student Daniel O'Neill explains the developments in cigarette advertising as public knowledge of the dangers increased, as well as giving an insight into his intrepid exploration of the John Player & Sons archive. Warning: contains bad poetry.

24 MIN2014 MAR 27
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Daniel O'Neill: Cigarette Advertising

Robbie Rudge: Royalists in Defeat

How did Royalists cope following the defeat of their cause in the British Civil War? What made it into their letters, diaries and scrapbooks? And how did they prevent their letters from giving the recipients smallpox? Plus forged passports, suspiciously tired horses, and why a good camera can be a historian's best friend. Robbie Rudge is a PhD student in History at the University of Nottingham. For more on his topic visit the1066 blog.

20 MIN2014 JAN 27
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Robbie Rudge: Royalists in Defeat

Ben Wilcock: Luxury Goods in England's Pre-Industrial North West

Why can't Liverpool and Manchester be friends? Why were 18th-century adverts so long? How is Ben staying sane as he writes up his thesis? All this and more in our pilot episode! Ben Wilcock is in his writing-up year at the University of Manchester, working on the thesis, "The Supply and Demand of High-End Consumer Goods in the North West, c.1720-1785". His other goal for 2014 is to doublehis twitterfollowing. For more on his topic visit the1066 blog.

14 MIN2014 JAN 11
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Ben Wilcock: Luxury Goods in England's Pre-Industrial North West
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Latest Episodes

Alex Marshall: Nationalism, Zionism and Utopianism

Dr Alex Marshall lecturesin German and Academic English at Sheffield Hallam University. In this episode he talks about concepts of nationhood and Jewish identity in pre-war Vienna, as well as duelling societies, impressive beards and what we can learn from the telling of jokes. Warning: contains German grammar

43 MIN2019 MAR 2
Comments
Alex Marshall: Nationalism, Zionism and Utopianism

Paul Duncan McGarrity: Swapcast with Ask An Archaeologist

In the first episode of Series 2, archaeologist and comedian Paul Duncan McGarrity talks trowels, corpses in pubs, and why the discovery of Richard III was not your typical dig. For more info on the relaunch and plans for future episodes, visit the 1066 Podcast blog.

21 MIN2018 OCT 29
Comments
Paul Duncan McGarrity: Swapcast with Ask An Archaeologist

Emily Magrath: Native American Identities in Oklahoma

Exploring how the past becomes history, through interviews with researchers and deep dives into questions of evidence and analysis.

17 MIN2014 MAY 1
Comments
Emily Magrath: Native American Identities in Oklahoma

Daniel O'Neill: Cigarette Advertising

In this episode, University of Nottingham PhD student Daniel O'Neill explains the developments in cigarette advertising as public knowledge of the dangers increased, as well as giving an insight into his intrepid exploration of the John Player & Sons archive. Warning: contains bad poetry.

24 MIN2014 MAR 27
Comments
Daniel O'Neill: Cigarette Advertising

Robbie Rudge: Royalists in Defeat

How did Royalists cope following the defeat of their cause in the British Civil War? What made it into their letters, diaries and scrapbooks? And how did they prevent their letters from giving the recipients smallpox? Plus forged passports, suspiciously tired horses, and why a good camera can be a historian's best friend. Robbie Rudge is a PhD student in History at the University of Nottingham. For more on his topic visit the1066 blog.

20 MIN2014 JAN 27
Comments
Robbie Rudge: Royalists in Defeat

Ben Wilcock: Luxury Goods in England's Pre-Industrial North West

Why can't Liverpool and Manchester be friends? Why were 18th-century adverts so long? How is Ben staying sane as he writes up his thesis? All this and more in our pilot episode! Ben Wilcock is in his writing-up year at the University of Manchester, working on the thesis, "The Supply and Demand of High-End Consumer Goods in the North West, c.1720-1785". His other goal for 2014 is to doublehis twitterfollowing. For more on his topic visit the1066 blog.

14 MIN2014 JAN 11
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Ben Wilcock: Luxury Goods in England's Pre-Industrial North West
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