Geschiedenis – Verenigd Koninkrijk – Nieuwe podcasts

  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • Funny & short history episodes, easy to listen to, 5 minutes every day.For history buffs, young and old - although you should be young in mind ๐Ÿ˜‰A little bit like Horrible Histories, but as a podcast!Who should listen to the podcast?- Highschoolers with an interst in history- History buffs who want to get a titbit of easy history every (working) day- Documentary fans and information junkies - a nice titbit of information for you!It's generated with the help of AI, btw!

  • Welcome to The Love History Podcast, where an LGBTQ+ historian and a River Thames Mudlark come together to explore their shared passion for history alongside special guests who are shaping history through their lives.

    Meet your hosts:

    Mok Oโ€™Keeffe, also known as @gayaristo on social media, is an LGBTQ+ historian shedding light on hidden narratives and untold stories. As a PhD candidate focusing on the Country House as a sanctuary and hub for LGBTQ+ communities, Mok has been featured in publications like Country Life, The Daily Express, and Metro and has hosted History Out of The Closet on Glitterbeam Radio, the world's fastest-growing LGBTQ+ radio station.

    Marie-Louise Plum, known online as @oldfathethames, is the 'Tide Travelling Mudlark' who scours the River Thames during low tide, rescuing historical artefacts and revealing tales from London and global history. With broadcasting credits on BBC Radio 4, YouTube, London Live, and NBC, and live appearances at iconic venues like St. Paul's Cathedral, London's Roman Amphitheatre, and the National Maritime Museum, Marie brings a wealth of historical insight to the podcast.

    Join us as we delve into the past, present, and future of history with engaging discussions and intriguing guests who are making waves in the world today. Tune in to The Love History Podcast on Spotify for your weekly dose of historical discovery and LGBTQ+ perspectives.

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  • Introducing Lost Voices, a series dedicated to events that should never have happened.

    Season 1 focuses on James & John - the last two men to be hanged in Britain for being gay - hosted by Chris Bryant MP.

    A Daily Mail production.

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • Release Your Inner Funk is a weekly radio show brought to you by DJ By Name and the Funk My Life residents.

    Each week you can expect to hear everything and anything House from right back in the day to tracks not released yet.

    Since the show started it has aired some global DJ/Producers as guest such as Superlover, Kevin Mckay, Michael Gray, Dr Packer, Victor Simonelli, Mark Lower and Graeme Park to name a few it is not just about high profile DJ/Producers Release Your Inner Funk also brings some up and coming artists to its shows.

    House is a way of Life

  • In a world facing multiple overlapping crises and wars, understanding how existing international institutions can tackle mounting global challenges is more crucial than ever. At Global Shocks, the podcast of the Oxford Martin Programme on Changing Global Orders, we enter the conversation with leading figures from the worldโ€™s major international organisations โ€” from the International Committee of the Red Cross to the World Health Organisation. Join us to find out what lessons they draw from the past and what future prospects they have.

    Host and producer: Jan Eijking (University of Oxford)

    Special thanks to Patricia Clavin (University of Oxford) and Melissa FitzGerald (Zinc Media).

    Music: โ€œSpace!โ€ by HoliznaCC0CC0 1.0 Universal License

    Logo: Roger Gray (Oxford Martin School)

    Changing Global Orders is a research programme at the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford, and led by Professor Patricia Clavin, Professor Andrew Thompson, Professor Louise Fawcett, and Professor Andrew Hurrell.

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • Since the NHS was set up in 1948 thousands of women and men from Ireland have come to train and nurse in the UK.  


    Recruitment drives throughout the 1950s and 60s saw NHS staff travel around Ireland to interview and sign up mainly Irish teenage girls for nurse training. Irish Nurses in the NHS shares the experiences and lives of nurses who travelled from Ireland and helped build the health service over these decades and beyond. 


    In this series you'll hear from dozens of these nurses about their motivations to leave home, how they adapted to their new lives in Britain and what their training entailed, including many funny memories as well as some sad ones. 


    It will look at questions like what was it like to leave Ireland at 18 and arrive in a new and unfamiliar country? How were they welcomed and what was life like in Britain? This podcast series aims to answer these questions and brings to life the untold stories of Irish nurses in the NHS. 


    This podcast has come about as part of exciting collaboration with the London Irish Centre. It is based on research conducted by Professor Louise Ryan of London Metropolitan University and hosted by radio producer and retired nurse, Grainne McPolin


    Thanks to London Irish Centre; Irish Government department of Foreign Affairs; Irish Abroad Unit and Burdett Trust for Nursing, Liverpool Universityโ€™s Institute of Irish Studies and the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation for their continued support. 

    Please note that the names of some contributors have been changed in order to protect their identities.




    Music: โ€˜Resonanceโ€™ by Amala  Reidun Schlesinger & Paul de Grae 

    Assistant Production on episode 1: Five Elements Media

    Branding & Marketing Kelly Crichton  

    Cover Design: London Irish Centre  

    Photos by the kind courtesy Bernie Naughton and Noreen Schierz (processed by Fiona Freund).

    Studio Pat's Tracks Recording Studios Causeway Co Kerry



    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • A mission to grade the nation's 10,000 historic buses and coaches. Join The Bus Inspectors on their journey through time and place as they uncover stories and treasures from our everyday past. Presented by David Sheppard on behalf of the National Association of Road Transport Museums.

  • Writer and journalist Antonia Senior interviews all the best writers on espionage. Each episode will bring you fascinating stories on spies, covert action and more - delving in to fact and fiction, past and present.

  • Join railway and history nerds Simon & Ela as they delve into the social, political and technical history of the railways of Britain

  • Haymarket Originals is a new home for audio deep dives, by and for the left—brought to you by Haymarket Books.

    The first Haymarket Originals project is FRAGILE JUGGERNAUT: WHAT WAS THE CIO?

    Through a limited run of twenty episodes, a group of labor historians and organizers will revisit the near-mythical history of the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO)—and the high water mark of US labor activity in the 1930s and 1940s—in the context of today’s critical juncture in the labor movement.

    Join Tim Barker, Andrew Elrod, Ben Mabie, Alex Press, Emma Teitelman, Gabriel Winant, and special guests as they explore the trajectory of the American working class through a period of its greatest drama and political possibility.

  • Welcome to The Paradox Files. A mind-bending show about seemingly absurd or self-contradictory statements or propositions that when investigated or explained may prove to be well founded or true. We dive deep into many topics ranging from ghosts to conspiracies, aliens to bigfoot, and so much more! Weโ€™re not here to convince you of anything, but rather, to make you question everything. In the end, itโ€™s up to you. Its time to open The Paradox Files!

    New episodes uploaded every other week!

    Visit us on social media:
    Facebook @TheParadoxFilesPodcast
    Instagram @TheParadoxFilesPodcast

  • Susan Morrison and Len Pennie explore the bloody struggles for the throne of medieval Scotland where keeping it for you and your heirs meant being as effective in bed as in battle

  • Come explore 'An Assembly of Fascinating and Intriguing Things' for a captivating mix of true crime stories, historical wonders and famous unsolved mysteries. Each week, Kyle and Adam delve into famous crime cases and unsolved mysteries, making us a standout choice amongst the best true crime and history podcasts out there. In just about an hour, we offer intriguing tales perfect for your next social gathering.

  • Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney: little islands with big stories to tell. They've seen earthquakes and witchcraft trials, been caught up in the English civil war, faced invasion from France, and welcomed the Beatles and Rolling Stones on tour. From the construction of Corbiere Lighthouse and Victor Hugo's flight to Guernsey, to the day a UFO appeared above Alderney, all of these stories and more feature in the Channel Islands' remarkable history. Subscribe today.

  • A podcast series marking the centenary of Winchester Collegeโ€™s War Cloister

  • Listen as we explore small but mighty moments in the past as 'historical DJ' Will Redley puts the sound back into history one song at a time.

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • Cultural researchers talk about the hidden stories of the places around you.

  • Uncovering Roots is not just a podcast; it's a journey into the lesser-known narratives that deserve to be heard. Each episode is crafted to immerse listeners in a creative and personal storytelling experience, fostering a connection between the audience and the featured stories. 

    Uncovering Roots will feature a number of stories which will concentrate on the SWANA (South West Asia and North Africa) region and indigenous people across the globe. The podcast aims to appeal to a broad audience by covering a wide range of themes.

  • A horror themed podcast. Going into the history of myths, legends, historical events and mysteries.

  • Do you like your spooky stories with some historical context? Do you like your history with a pinch of the paranormal? Then Weird in the Wade is the podcast for you. Weird in the Wade is about all that’s weird, wonderful and a little off kilter in a small English town called Biggleswade and its surrounding area. Each episode we explore a story that will make you pause and ponder, whether its a haunting, flying saucers, witches, poisoners or body snatchers. Social history meets the unexplained in Weird in the Wade.