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Created by: Paul Letters


Started: February 7th, 2018

Status: Active, 72 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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60: Why is the Statue of Liberty so important?
18:10 | April 27th, 2024

A beacon of hope, the Statue of Liberty has welcomed millions of immigrants to the United States and to a new life. The statue overlooks New York harbour, close to Ellis Island immigration centre: if the USA is a land of immigrants, Ellis Island is where those immigrants landed. 

59: The secret missions that made D-Day possible
30:46 | December 15th, 2023

We investigate the special operations that occurred ahead of the D-Day landings of over 130,000 Allied troops on the Nazi-controlled beaches of northern France 

58: A History of Women’s Football
23:54 | August 2nd, 2023

The history of the women’s game – from China to Britain, the US, Australia and Europe.

57. Why is the capital of the USA in Washington? And who was America’s greatest President?
29:56 | July 8th, 2023

Today’s episode comes from Washington DC, where we investigate why the capital was positioned there. And then, for our big question, we debate who wins the title of greatest US President ever! 

56: Extraordinary people in World War II: how did they cope with the challenges they faced?
14:35 | Episode: 56 | April 14th, 2023

Today’s episode comes from the Imperial War Museum, London, where we investigate: Odette, the spy; Roy and Bob’s great escape at sea; Daisy’s story of imprisonment in Hong Kong.

55: The little town that welcomed the world: A ‘COME FROM AWAY’ SPECIAL!
32:37 | Episode: 55 | September 10th, 2022

We are joined by two wonderful guests from the town of Gander in remote Newfoundland, Canada, where locals showed amazing kindness to people from all over the world, following the terrible events of 9/11. We only briefly mention the planes that crashed into the twin towers: we focus on the heart-warming humanity that followed.

54. Why was Elizabeth II never supposed to be Queen
25:41 | Episode: 54 | May 28th, 2022

Our special guest tells us all about why King George VI was called ‘Bertie’ and why his daughter should never have become Queen!

53: How can you save history?
25:13 | March 6th, 2022

Listen and learn from a 16-year-old master historian – and hear some incredible interviews!

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Created by: Paul Letters
Started: February 7th, 2018
Status: Active, 72 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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