I’m always on the lookout for new podcasts, so I thought I’d see what others are listening to. My favorites are pretty heavy on history:
The History of England - By far my favorite podcast of any type. Imagine being taught history by Douglas Adams (with John Cleese stepping in as substitute from time to time) and you’ll have a pretty good feel for this podcast. He’s serious about history, though. This is the way I wish I’d been taught in school. He also has a website at thehistoryofengland.com.
The History of Rome - Pretty self explanatory. Another really good podcast that ran from 2008 - 2013.
Revolutions - This one is by the same guy (Mike Duncan) who created the History of Rome podcast.
Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History - To be honest I’ve only listened to 10 or 15 episodes, but I’ve definitely enjoyed them. He tends to spend 4 or 5 episodes on a topic before jumping to something else.
What are you listening to these days?