Ep. 112 – Humour in British literature during the Great War – Dr Emily Anderson

Ep. 112 – Humour in British literature during the Great War – Dr Emily Anderson

Dr Emily Anderson, from Newcastle University, talks about her PhD research into humour in British literature during the …

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Ep. 111 – L/Cpl Wijnand “Vic” Hamman, 2nd South African Regt – Emile Coetzee

Ep. 111 – L/Cpl Wijnand “Vic” Hamman, 2nd South African Regt – Emile Coetzee

Emile Coetzee, from North West University in South Africa, talks about L/Cpl L/Cpl Wijnand “Vic” Hamman, who served in S…

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Ep. 110 – British Territorials in India – Prof Peter Stanley

Ep. 110 – British Territorials in India – Prof Peter Stanley

Prof. Peter Stanley, from the University of New South Wales, talks about his latest book on British Territorials in Indi…

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Ep. 109 – Operation Delta – Dr Bill Stewart

Ep. 109 – Operation Delta – Dr Bill Stewart

Dr Bill Stewart talks about the Canadian Corp’s Operation Delta and how it shaped operations during the 100 Days in 1918…

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Ep. 108 – Nobody of Any Importance – Phil Sutcliffe

Ep. 108 – Nobody of Any Importance – Phil Sutcliffe

Phil Sutcliffe talks about his father’s account of being an infantryman during the Great War. …

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Ep. 107 – The Berlin Philharmonic & London Symphony Orchestras in WW1 – Percy Leung

Ep. 107 – The Berlin Philharmonic & London Symphony Orchestras in WW1 – Percy Leung

Doctoral student Percy Leung at the University of St Andrews’ talks about his research into the Berlin Philharmonic and …

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Ep. 106 - The Impact of the First World War on Australian-British relations – Dr Jack Davies

Ep. 106 - The Impact of the First World War on Australian-British relations – Dr Jack…

Dr Jack Davies, Assistant Curator at the Science Museum, talks abou the impact of WW1 on Australian-British relations. T…

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Ep. 105 – Researching British Officers in WW1 – Prof. Michael Durey

Ep. 105 – Researching British Officers in WW1 – Prof. Michael Durey

Emeritus Professor Michael Durey, from Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia, talks about his background and inte…

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Ep. 104 – The Salonika Front – Alan Wakefield

Ep. 104 – The Salonika Front – Alan Wakefield

Alan Wakefield, Head of First World War & Early 20th Century Conflict at the Imperial War Museum and Chairman of the…

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Ep. 103 – The impact of military service for women who served in WW1 – Jane Clarke

Ep. 103 – The impact of military service for women who served in WW1 – Jane Clarke

Doctoral candidate Jane Clarke, studying at the University of Manchester, discusses her research into the impact of mili…

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Ep. 102 – British Infantry Training during WW1 – Harry Sanderson

Ep. 102 – British Infantry Training during WW1 – Harry Sanderson

Doctoral candidate Harry Sanderson, from the University of Leeds, discusses his research into the training of British in…

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Ep. 101 – The Treatment of Mentally Ill Irish Ex-servicemen After WW1 – Dr Michael Robinson

Ep. 101 – The Treatment of Mentally Ill Irish Ex-servicemen After WW1 – Dr Michael Ro…

Medical historian Dr Michael Robinson, from the University of Liverpool, talks about the treatment of mentally-ill Irish…

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