Ep. 147 – Officer Cadet Battalions – Charles Fair

Ep. 147 – Officer Cadet Battalions – Charles Fair

Charles Fair talks about his research into Officer Cadet Battalions during the Great War. The evolution of the OCBs ste…

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Ep. 146 – The YMCA during WW1 – Kathryn White

Ep. 146 – The YMCA during WW1 – Kathryn White

Kathryn White, a PhD history student at Pembroke College, University of Oxford, talks about her doctoral research into r…

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Ep. 145 – Stories from the Bo’ness War Memorial – Alan Gow & Robert Jardine

Ep. 145 – Stories from the Bo’ness War Memorial – Alan Gow & Robert Jardine

Alan Gow and Robert Jardine about their book (written with Richard Hannah) on the lives and war service of the men who c…

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Ep. 144 – British West Indies Regiment and the Taranto 1918 Mutiny – Tony T

Ep. 144 – British West Indies Regiment and the Taranto 1918 Mutiny – Tony T

Tony T, Oral Historian and Producer from Sweet Patootee productions, talks about a historical documentary he made with c…

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Ep. 143 – Veterans, Families, Museums and Mementos of the FWW – Dr Ann-Marie Foster

Ep. 143 – Veterans, Families, Museums and Mementos of the FWW – Dr Ann-Marie Foster

Dr Anne-Marie Foster, Lecturer, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics at Queen’s University Belfast, …

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Ep. 142 – The Battle of the Somme Film – Dr Toby Haggith

Ep. 142 – The Battle of the Somme Film – Dr Toby Haggith

Dr Toby Haggith, Senior Curator, Department of Second World War and Mid-20th Century Conflict, Imperial War Museum, talk…

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Ep. 141 – The Heugh Battery in the Great War – Diane Stephens

Ep. 141 – The Heugh Battery in the Great War – Diane Stephens

Diane Stephens, Manager of the Heugh Battery Museum about the battery and its role in WW1. …

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Ep. 140 – Who Killed Kitchener? – David Laws

Ep. 140 – Who Killed Kitchener? – David Laws

Former cabinet minister and MP, David Laws talks about Kitchener: his sad youth growing up in Ireland and tutored at hom…

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Ep. 139 – Bilsdale in the Great War – Susan Laffey

Ep. 139 – Bilsdale in the Great War – Susan Laffey

Sue Laffey talks about the research she and Ida Atkinson did into the community of Bilsdale, North Yorkshire, during the…

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Ep. 138 – The Indian Labour Corps in WW1 – Pratap Chhetri

Ep. 138 – The Indian Labour Corps in WW1 – Pratap Chhetri

With a postgrad degree in Physics and nearly 10 years working in Media and Communications for Mizoram State, NE India, P…

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Ep. 137 – The letters of Douglas Haig and Hugo De Pree – Prof. Gary Sheffield

Ep. 137 – The letters of Douglas Haig and Hugo De Pree – Prof. Gary Sheffield

Professor Gary Sheffield, Professor of War Studies at the University of Wolverhampton, talks about a collection of paper…

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Ep. 136 – Food in the trenches – Dr Rachel Duffett

Ep. 136 – Food in the trenches – Dr Rachel Duffett

Dr Rachel Duffett, Research Officer, Department of Sociology at the University  of Essex, talks about on her recent book…

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