Dan Snow's HISTORY HIT

Dan Snow's HISTORY HIT

Lockdown Learning: Interwar Europe

For this episode of Lockdown Learning Professor Richard Toye joined me on the podcast to talk...

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Kara Swisher on the History of Social Media

Facebook was founded on the 4th of February 2004 and began as a tool to stay in touch with...

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The AIDS pandemic

In this episode of the podcast, I’m joined by Tash Walker and Adam Zmith, hosts of The Log...

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Edges of Empire: Rome's Northernmost Town

Roughly two miles south of Hadrian’s Wall lie the remains of Roman Corbridge, the...

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How the Establishment Resisted the Abolition of Slavery

Historian Michael Taylor joined me on the podcast to discuss the resistance of the British...

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Elvis: Destined to Die Young

Sally Hoedel joined me on the podcast to talk about the turbulent life and career of Elvis...

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Persecuted Under the Nazis: Black and Roma Peoples

For International Holocaust Memorial Day 2021, James spoke to Professor Eve Rosenhaft about the...

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Lockdown Learning: Russian Revolution

Helen Rappaport, a specialist in Russian history, joined me on the podcast for the third episode...

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Pirates

Rebecca Simon joined me on the podcast to talk about the Golden Age of Piracy within the...

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Survivors of Genocide

In this episode Dan speaks with 5 survivors of genocide and how it affected their lives....

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How the Irish Shaped Britain with Fergal Keane

Fergal Keane joined me on the podcast to talk about the profound influence the Irish have had on...

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Liberalism with Ian Dunt

In this episode, I was joined by journalist Ian Dunt, a well known a commentator on politics and...

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Cold War Submarine Warrior

Eric Thompson has had his finger literally on the nuclear button. He joined the Royal Navy...

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Lucy Worsley on Queen Victoria

BAFTA winning historian and Joint Chief Curator of Historic Royal Palaces Lucy Worsley takes Dan...

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Lockdown Learning: The Middle Ages

In this week's Lockdown Learning episode, I was delighted to be joined by medieval historian Marc...

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Rediscovering Amazon Civilisations

Ella Al-Shamahi, explorer, paleoanthropologist, evolutionary biologist and stand-up comic, joined...

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Marissa Roth, Photojournalist

Marissa Roth, Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist, joins me on the podcast to talk about her...

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Indonesian Cave Art: A Dramatic New Discovery

It’s a paradox for the ages, breaking news about people who lived and died thousands of...

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The Second Reich

On 18 January 1871 as the Siege of Paris raged a couple of miles away King Wilhelm I of Prussia...

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Impeaching the President

He's made history. Donald Trump has become the only President in US history to be impeached not...

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