Not concise
Coming from many other history podcasts, i can’t seem to keep engaged in this one. **roughly 23 mins** into the first Joan of Arc episode and it’s all just ads and random tangents and warning the audience about his terrible foreign language pronunciation etc. The actual content seems ok, but it should’ve been condensed rather than drawn out, and delivered much more succinctly in a cohesive narrative structure.
Shortreviewman via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/30/20
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I am so impressed with this podcast! Bolelli is outstanding. I eagerly look forward to many more episodes.
LJWells via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/12/15
The first episode was amazing I'm not a big fan of history but professor bolelli has found out a way to tell stories and capture your attention. May this podcast get more listeners and a million downloads because we need more substance in our lives.Read full review »
imupat3am via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/16/15
I'm hoping DB throws a pop filter (or sits back from the mic) for future eps. I love the content, the host is more than qualified to host/teach I just have a hard time--physically--enduring all the popping Ps, etc, during the show. I wish I had another way to communicate this but as of now...Read full review »
JPthr33 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/17/15
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