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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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Imagine spending Christmas in Tudor England with Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn! Enjoy the re-told classic tale and more than 30 recipes, games, and activities to celebrate as Laura Loney shares The Night Before a Tudor Christmas. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Laura Loney 'Twas the Night Bef…
 
Charles is a captive of the Covenanter Scots, but he hasn't given up. His enemies are divided, and he is determined to conquer them. But as he will find out, the patience of his hosts is not infinite. Check out the podcast website Check out Pax Britannica Merch! Facebook | Twitter | Patreon | Donate For this episode, I found the following publicati…
 
In this episode, we take a deep dive into John Major the man, Major's overall vision for the country and his approach to the economy and public services. Time stamps: 0-18:20 - John Major the man, his vision for the country and differences to Margaret Thatcher 18:20 - 28:27 - How the Major government managed the economy 28:27 to end - Public servic…
 
At this time of year, it's fun to gather with family and friends. But imagine what it would have been like with the family of one of England's most fascinating kings: Richard III! Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Creative Director: Lindsey Lindstrom Music: History by Andy_Grey via Audio Jun…
 
How did the Tudors, with a shaky claim to the throne and a series of monarchs that didn't fit the mold, evolve into one of the most memorable dynasties in history? They relied on art and majesty to tell their story. Find out how as we visit the Met Museum. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd w…
 
Elizabeth I was the final, longest-reigning, and possibly greatest Tudor monarch. Prof Susan Doran helps us understand the woman and the Queen. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Professor Susan Doran https://www.history.ox.ac.uk/people/professor-susan-doran @SueDora26898513 Elizabeth and Mar…
 
With the king's defeat in the English Civil War, his forces in Scotland and Ireland react. In Scotland, Montrose goes into exile, Mac Colla continues raiding the Campbells, and Huntly remains useless. In Ireland, the First Ormond Peace goes public, forcing the hand of Papal Nuncio Rinuccini. Check out the podcast website Check out Pax Britannica Me…
 
The role of Queen Consort is complicated, and it takes a special kind of woman to leave her mark. Historian and author Leanda de Lisle joins us to discuss two women who changed history: Anne Boleyn and Henrietta Maria. Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Leanda de Lisle leandadelisle.com @leandadelisle Bo…
 
Special encore episode featuring Dr. John Cooper. The Gunpowder Plot changed history. Just not in the way the plotters imagined. Show Notes Host: Carol Ann Lloyd Guest: Dr. John Cooper @tudorgentleman Project at Westminster: virtualstephens.org.uk The Queen's Agent: Sir Francis Walsingham and the Rise of Espionage in Elizabethan England (Pegasus Bo…
 
With the English Civil War over - for now - it's time to count the cost, and take a look at post-war England. Check out the podcast website Check out Pax Britannica Merch! Facebook | Twitter | Patreon | Donate For this episode, I found the following publications particularly useful: Jason Peacey, 'The Revolution in Print', in Michael Braddick. The …
 
500 years ago, Anne Boleyn joined the Tudor court, and she was fascinated us ever since. Join me as I visit Hever Castle and Hampton Court Palace to walk where Anne walked. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Helpful websites: www.hevercastle.co.uk Historic Royal Palaces (Tower of London, Hamp…
 
London Calling! I'm inviting you to join me in London as I visit the British Library, National Archives, Tower of London, and Victoria and Albert Museum. Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Helpful websites: Historic Royal Palaces (Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, and so much more!) hrp.org.uk Briti…
 
Welcome to the first postbag edition of ‘The British Food History Podcast’. On this episode: memories of Glyn Hughes; listeners letters; Yorkshire puddings; and new book news. Links to things mentioned on this episode: ‘The Foods of England’ website: http://www.foodsofengland.co.uk/ Glyn Hughes’s book ‘The Surprising History of Fish and Chips’: htt…
 
As I go on the road, I'm sharing this special episode about Anne Boleyn's falcon returning to Hampton Court Palace. The recent discovery of a falcon thought to have been used in Anne Boleyn's court set the history world on fire. Sandi Vasoli and James Peacock, historians at the heart of the falcon story, join me to discuss its history and return to…
 
Today’s guest is food writer and Yorkshire Pudding expert Elaine Lemm to discuss the good old Yorkshire Pudding. They discussed many things including: the origins of the Yorkshire pudding, what links it to Yorkshire anyway, excellent cooking tips, including the importance of the vessel it is cooked in as well as the fat used; YP haters; and toad-in…
 
We're going on the road! I'm headed to England to walk with history. Can't wait to share stories of the Royals, Rebels, and Romantics I meet along the way! Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd Helpful websites: Historic Royal Palaces (Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, and so much more!) hr…
 
Today Neil talks to journalist and author Sejal Sukhadwala about her new book The Philosophy of Curry. Her book charts the history of the curry, how it has changed over time, why it could be viewed as a British construct, and why some people reject the word completely. Some of the things we talked about were: why the idea of the curry is for some a…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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