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New Books in History
Interviews with Historians about their New Books Support our show by becoming a premium member!
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4.0 stars from 181 ratings
Terrible audio
Why on earth can you not use a better phone set up? Awful audio quality it truly is. Please do something about this.
Brompton Listener! via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/09/18
Have checked out books because of this
Small joys via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/22/17
Love this network
I love the NBN and especially the New Books in History. Lots of ideas for books to read for pleasure or to dig into for some basic research on a subject I know little about. Some problems occassionally with the feed but there are so many shows to listen to and so many good interviewers ...
Ryan A. Rich via Apple Podcasts · Japan · 08/19/16
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