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Weekly podcast, British History: Royals, Rebels, and Romantics, available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you find your podcasts. Meet famous and infamous characters, walk with playwrights and peasants, and wander through castles and cathedrals. New episodes every Wednesday. Have a question about British history, something you’ve always wanted to know? Just ask! Let’s explore history together.
 
This podcast is for anyone interested in modern British political history from 1945-2010. The focus is generally going to be looking at the different governments that have come and gone during this period and I plan to typically use a book, documentary or other piece of material as a prompt each episode for discussion. My personal interest in this comes from being a longstanding modern British history enthusiast and having consumed numerous books, documentaries and newspaper articles on the ...
 
Welcome to 'The British Food History Podcast': British food in all its (sometimes gory) glory with Dr. Neil Buttery. He'll be looking in depth at all aspects of food with interviews with special guests, recipes, reinactments, foraging, trying his hand at traditional techiques, and tracking down forgotten recipes and hyper-regional specialities. He'll also be trying to answer the big question: What makes British food, so...British? This podcast uses the following third-party services for anal ...
 
Pax Britannica is a narrative history podcast covering the empire upon which the sun never set. Beginning with the accession of James VI of Scotland to the throne of England, Pax Britannica will follow the people and events that created an empire that dominated the globe. Hosted by a PhD candidate in British Imperial history, and based on extensive scholarship and primary sources, along with interviews with experts in their field, Pax Britannica aims to explain the rise and eventual fall of ...
 
Welcome to Where You're From, a history and comedy podcast! Each week husband and wife team, Max and Hitomi, talk cool history about each others culture. Max is a British born boy, Hitomi is a mix of Filipino, Japanese, and Chinese, and they both live just outside Tokyo. It's an interesting mix! Come and join us each week as we tell tall tales of amazing history! It's weird, it's funny, it's very educational, and a whole lot entertaining!! Catch a new episode every Tuesday or Friday!
 
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We know her as the only regnant Queen to never marry, the Virgin Queen, Gloriana. But was Elizabeth I ever involved in a real royal romance? Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Creative Director: Lindsey Lindstrom Music: History by Andy_Grey via Audio Jungle, Music Broadcast License…
 
Neil talks to food writer, journal editor and now author of The British Cook Book, Ben Mervis, published by Phaidon on 22 September in the UK and 8 October the rest of the world. It’s quite possibly the most comprehensive book on British cooking ever published, so Neil just had to get him on. They talk about just how one goes about writing a book w…
 
Naseby shattered the Royalist cause. Now the New Model Army just had to sweep up the pieces... Check out the podcast website Check out Pax Britannica Merch! Facebook | Twitter | Patreon | Donate For this episode, I found the following publications particularly useful: Kenyon, J. and Ohlmeyer, J., The Civil Wars: A Military History of England, Scotl…
 
Elizabeth I understood the power of monarchial magnificence. Author and historian Siobhan Clarke shares how the Queen used portraits to create the lasting image of Gloriana. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Dr. Joanne Paul thehistoryguides.com Gloriana: Elizabeth I and the Art of Queenship …
 
Last week we left off with Dover with some good old fashioned french on french violence… Count Eustace had attacked and attempted to seize the Southern Town… and lost. In fact, he had lost so badly that his poor young nephew (who had never fought in battle before but, trusting his uncle, joined him on […]…
 
The Dudley family was at the heart of the Tudor dynasty from start to finish. Sometimes they were were friends and supporters of the monarch; other times they went to the block as traitors. Dr. Joanne Paul explains the history of this fascinating family. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Dr.…
 
Welcome to this special episode of Royals, Rebels, and Romantics as we mark the death and especially take time to appreciate the life of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Creative Director: Lindsey Lindstrom Music: madiRFAN - Far From Home via Pixabay membersh…
 
Before she was the iconic Virgin Queen, Elizabeth was a teenager navigating the changing politics of the Tudor court. Dr. Elizabeth Norton tells us how Elizabeth's upbringing helped create the Virgin Queen. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Dr. Elizabeth Norton elizabethnorton.co.uk @enorton…
 
On the show today is author, food historian and returning guest Sam Bilton to talk about British Saffron – both growing it and eating it – Sam has a brand new book about to come out called Fool’s Gold A History of British Saffron, published by Prospect Books on 8th September 2022. We talk about when, where and why saffron was grown in the country, …
 
1067 was a time of incredible change within England. Fortresses were being constructed everywhere. Existing fortresses were seized and then manned by foreign mercenaries. Estates and farms in the surrounding areas were being seized and handed over to many of these same foreigners.Jamie Jeffers
 
Looking at the Tudors through their numbers can give us fresh insight into how they ate, what they did about toilets, and where they died. It's all fascinating and fun with Tudors by the Numbers! Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Creative Director: Lindsey Lindstrom Music: Inspiring Dramatic…
 
Check out the podcast website Check out Pax Britannica Merch! Facebook | Twitter | Patreon | Donate For this episode, I found the following publications particularly useful: Kenyon, J. and Ohlmeyer, J., The Civil Wars: A Military History of England, Scotland, and Ireland, 1638-1660. Harris, T. Rebellion Michael Braddick. The Oxford Handbook of the …
 
Neil’s guest today is Glyn Hughes, the man behind one of the most important to anyone interested in the history of food and traditional English dishes both common and forgotten. We talked about how and why Glyn started up the project, why British food has gained its bad reputation, some examples of bad English foods, tripe and tripe restaurants, th…
 
The expulsion of James II, reign of William and Mary, and rebellions of the Jacobites started with a warming pan and some fake news about a baby. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Creative Director: Lindsey Lindstrom Music: Inspiring Dramatic Pack by Smart Sounds via Audio Jungle; Music Broa…
 
Do you remember the holy man who asked Edgar the AEtheling to confirm him as the Abbot of Peterborough, just after the Battle of Hastings? Well, that guy’s name was Brand. The previous Abbot of Peterborough, Leofric, had actually marched to Hastings with Harold. But Leofric didn’t make it. So the job fell to Brand, […]…
 
We can look all kinds of places to see Tudor politics playing out--Hampton Court, Whitehall, the Tower. Sometimes, we can even look to the playhouse. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Creative Director: Lindsey Lindstrom Music: Inspiring Dramatic Pack by Smart Sounds via Audio Jungle; Music …
 
Neil’s guest today is historian and friend of the show Emma Kay. Today we talk about Emma’s new book A History of Herbalism: Cook, Cure & Conjure which was published in June 2022. We talk about the importance of herbs in medicine, magic and food, and how these things were interconnected, the four humours, Anglo-Saxon medical texts, the double stand…
 
Parliament faces a crisis as divisions in their armies come to a head. Oliver Cromwell and Sir William Waller take aim at the earls of Manchester and Essex. The latest attempt at peace talkes between Charles I and the parliamentarians collapse. Calls for a clean slate are answered by the Self-Denying Ordinance and the New Model Ordinance. Sir Thoma…
 
This episode discusses Gordon Brown's time in office through two main questions: Was Gordon Brown's premiership a step change from Tony Blair's, or more of the same? (First 20 minutes) From the perspective of hindsight, how might we rate Gordon Brown's policies? (second half) Reading, watching and listening that went into making this podcast (recom…
 
Henry Tudor gained the crown of England by defeating Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth. But his real battles for the throne were just beginning. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Creative Director: Lindsey Lindstrom Music: Inspiring Dramatic Pack by Smart Sounds via Audio Jungle; Music B…
 
Welcome to episode one of the new fourth season of The British Food History Podcast. Kicking us off is Neil’s guest Felicity Cloake. Neil & Felicity talk all things breakfast and Felicity’s new book Red Sauce, Brown Sauce, a celebration of the breakfast in all four home nations of the UK. We talk about how breakfast might be the only thing uniting …
 
It was Christmas Day of 1066 and England was crowning it’s new King. In celebration, the King’s men…heavily armed and backed by divine authority, were going from building to building… taking whatever they wanted, doing whatever they felt like to the people inside, and then lighting it all on fire. The first act of Norman […]…
 
Essex walks into a trap of his own making at Lostwithiel, and divisions between the Lord General, Manchester, Waller, and Cromwell, lead to another missed opportunity at the Second Battle of Newbury. Check out the podcast website Check out Pax Britannica Merch! Facebook | Twitter | Patreon | Donate For this episode, I found the following publicatio…
 
Henry Tudor used the legends of the Welsh red dragon and King Arthur to establish the Tudor dynasty. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Creative Director: Lindsey Lindstrom Music: Inspiring Dramatic Pack by Smart Sounds via Audio Jungle; Music Broadcast License…
 
Royalist, Parliamentarian, and Covenanter meet on Marston Moor, and the fate of the North is decided. Check out the podcast website Check out Pax Britannica Merch! Facebook | Twitter | Patreon | Donate For this episode, I found the following publications particularly useful: Kenyon, J. and Ohlmeyer, J., The Civil Wars: A Military History of England…
 
Duke William was experienced at wielding terror. Whether he was at home or on campaign, William often employed terror tactics. The people of France were well aware of this, and now the English were learning his skill first hand.Jamie Jeffers
 
This week I'm previewing my upcoming book, The Tudors by the Numbers! How did Henry Tudor manage to become King of England and start a dynasty? It begins with the number 1. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd https://issuu.com/historywithrosie/docs/the_historians_magazine_edition_7_all_things_…
 
Prince Rupert campaigns in the North, Charles outplays Waller in the south, and Marston Moor looms on the horizon Check out the podcast website Check out Pax Britannica Merch! Facebook | Twitter | Patreon | Donate For this episode, I found the following publications particularly useful: Kenyon, J. and Ohlmeyer, J., The Civil Wars: A Military Histor…
 
We're celebrating Christmas in July! This week, we experience tournaments and treats, Tudor style! Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Creative Director: Lindsey Lindstrom Music: Inspiring Dramatic Pack by Smart Sounds via Audio Jungle; Music Broadcast License…
 
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