New Members Episode and a Site Update
The British History Podcast
by Jamie Jeffers
4d ago
..read more
Visit website
410 – The F Word
The British History Podcast
by Jamie Jeffers
1w ago
They appeared as if from nowhere.  A great force of men and horses… armed to the teeth… charging towards the city of York.    Where the fuck did this army come from?  And who was that in the back?  Was… was that William the Bastard?  He was supposed to still be in Normandy ..read more
Visit website
409 – The First Sparks
The British History Podcast
by Jamie Jeffers
2w ago
Earl Robert lay dead at Durham. Along with 700 of his men.   At least.  The Chronicle bumps the numbers up a bit, claiming Earl Robert had died 900 of his soldiers at Durham.  Either way, that’s a lot of dead Normans ..read more
Visit website
408 – Kerosene
The British History Podcast
by Jamie Jeffers
3w ago
Happy New Year!  It was 1069… nice… and as the new year dawned…things in England were getting a bit weird ..read more
Visit website
407 – Robbing the Hood
The British History Podcast
by Jamie Jeffers
1M ago
I feel for the English commoners in the late 1060’s.  They had nothing to do with the arrival of the Normans… everything they suffered was the result of the actions of the nobles.  Exclusively.   ..read more
Visit website
Victory
The British History Podcast
by Jamie Jeffers
1M ago
Strap yourselves in. It’s finally happening ..read more
Visit website
Dispatches From The Front
The British History Podcast
by Jamie Jeffers
2M ago
..read more
Visit website
406 – King’s Rook Takes Pawn
The British History Podcast
by Jamie Jeffers
2M ago
In early 1068… as William was preparing for the tactical Coronation of Matilda…  the three sons of Harold Godwinson were in Ireland. They had come to meet with King Diarmad of Dublin and prepare  an invasion force to re-take England ..read more
Visit website
405 – Hereward the Wake: The Bourne Identity
The British History Podcast
by Jamie Jeffers
2M ago
Here is the beginning of Hereward the Wake.  And to tell this story, we have to begin with the legend, because nothing in this story is straightforward. Probably because at least some of it is true.  ..read more
Visit website
404 – The Coronation of Queen Matilda
The British History Podcast
by Jamie Jeffers
3M ago
Gytha and her supporters had fled into the Severn Estuary, and it was the final nail in the coffin of the Exeter rebellion. With no help coming, they were forced to negotiate a peace. But this wasn’t exactly a victory for William, either. He’d been on the throne for scarcely over a year, and he’d ..read more
Visit website

Follow The British History Podcast on Feedspot

Continue with Google
OR