Best British Cold War podcast
I only stumbled across this show two weeks ago and have already consumed the entire back catalogue. The diversity of subject matter and guests are intriguing. Football, espionage, war games, tanks, schooling, music and everyday slice of life stuff. Ian Sanders is a man of few words who isn't a natural interviewer but he utilises this to his advantage most of the time; he lets his guests speak and doesn't impose himself upon them. If there is a slight drawback here it's that sometimes he doesn't always press for more from guests who aren't the most forthcoming and moves on to an unrelated question. I can live with that as I can relate to Ian as a host and genuinely enjoy his enthusiasm, passion for the subject and appreciation of his guests. He's producing a great show that will teach you something new, regardless of how much you think you already know about the Cold War.Read full review »
Fizzlepop2020 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/07/20
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I’ve become addicted to these shows. Some really strong interviewees that bring the whole Cold War era to life. Absolutely fascinating and well-presented with a neutral stance in an engaging, honest and often humorous style.
ID007Dougie via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/27/19
If you like Cold War history this show is a must. Ian does an excellent job of bringing us real luminaries that know their stuff. The interviews are thorough and the show is well paced. If you are a CW aficionado there is lots, lots here for you. Best interviews were with Francis Gary Powers,...Read full review »
5001 Bunker Explorer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/03/18
This is by far the best podcast on the Cold War and I have only listened to 5 episodes, so addictive hence the title ha ha
JJ Windsor via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/17/19
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