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A History of the World in 100 Objects
Director of the British Museum, Neil MacGregor, narrates 100 programmes that retell humanity's history through the objects we have made.
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4.5 stars from 3,085 ratings
Förstörd med 101:a avsnittet
Fem stjärnor blev till två när de i 101:a avsnittet antydde att en kamera var något som endast män hade systematisk tillgång till fram till 2010. Snacka om att förvandla något bra till rent blaj. Producenten lät det vara kvar förmodligen i rent sensationssyfte. Jag vet inte varför jag förväntade...Read full review »
Vfhhdhbgfghvvcgkjcdgvgxbbj via Apple Podcasts · Sweden · 03/01/23
I loved this series
I have listened to the entire series more than once, there is so much information and insight packed into each short programme….but I found the music very intrusive.
HSS56 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/23/23
Im keen of listening to the BBC, a very informative podcast with formal British accent, such as BBC radio 4. During the process of learning English especially the culture of Great Britain, Im looking for the transcript to assist my learning. I think most of the listener of the English learner...Read full review »
eddiewongtl via Apple Podcasts · Hong Kong · 11/05/22
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