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Homeschool History
Fun history lessons for all the family, presented by Horrible Histories' Greg Jenner. Full of facts and jokes, the series brings to life a broad range of historical topics.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 2,052 ratings
Absolutely brilliant!
I’ve listened to these short podcasts with my girls on the school run in the mornings and we thoroughly enjoy them. Very entertaining and we like to compete with each other in the short quiz at the end. Please 🙏🏻 Greg Jenner can we have some more?
Nevelington via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/12/21
Homeschool podcast
It help me a lot with by exam
litte fairy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/09/21
The best podcast ever
Love this podcast it is the best podcast ever!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️💗
ButterflyLaura 🌹 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/08/21
Recent Episodes
Join Greg Jenner for a fun Homeschool History lesson on the life of Mary Seacole. Follow her adventures as she travels the world in her ambition to always care for others. From life as the daughter of a hotelier in Jamaica to owner of the famous British Hotel in Crimea, where she volunteered to...
Published 03/22/21
Join Greg Jenner for a fun Homeschool History lesson on life in Roman Pompeii, as we share what archeologists have discovered from the town that was frozen in time 2000 years ago. How did they brush their teeth? What was the name of the local pub? And just how do we know so much about what they...
Published 03/15/21
Join Greg Jenner for a fun homeschool history lesson on the life of palaeontologist Mary Anning. Due to her gender and social standing, Mary’s vast contributions to palaeontology were often overlooked by the science community during her lifetime. She has since been voted one of the most...
Published 03/08/21
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