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The Sam Willis Podcast
Fresh off the acclaimed 3-part documentary series for the BBC - 'The Silk Road', Sam Willis takes us behind the scenes, interviewing the people that make the TV programmes on and gives us an insight into the life of a TV historian. Dr Sam Willis is an archaeologist and broadcaster. He is one of the world's leading authorities on maritime and naval history, he also plays the guitar rather well. Follow Sam on Twitter: @DrSamWillis Producer: @DanMorelle
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 5 ratings
Outstanding
Great to hear Sam talking about the subject he knows best - British Naval History. Likeable, enthusiastic and knowledgeable. Can’t recommend highly enough.
Aloz71 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/05/18
Love this
Sam's enthusiasm an energy is infectious. I love ths podcast!
Dan Morelle via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/28/16
Recent Episodes
The final chapter of my personal commentary of my book The Fighting Temeraire, where we find out how JMW Turner immortalised this ship in the nation's favourite painting.
Published 01/31/18
My personal commentary on my book the Fighting Temeraire, which tells the story of the ship in JMW Turner's most famous painting The Fighting Temeraire. We are up to chapter 9! This is entitled The Retired Temeraire and tells the story of how the Temeraire finished up her active service in the...
Published 08/13/17
This chapter in my book takes us up to a fascinating period in the life of HMS Temeraire, the ship immortalised in Turner's painting The Fighting Temeraire. The aftermath of the Battle of Trafalgar of 1805 is not well known. From May 1809-August 1811 HMS Temeraire served in the Baltic as part an...
Published 08/04/17
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