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The Times
Your History
The life stories of the people who have shaped our own, told through the obituaries pages of The Times. As Nelson Mandela noted, “you can’t really be proud of yourself if you don’t know your history”. Anna Temkin, Deputy Obituaries Editor at The Times, introduces the endlessly fascinating stories that tell us about how we got to this point in history.The Times has published daily obituaries for over a century. Now, each week Anna builds on that legacy as she is joined by voices from across the paper to explore the lives which have enriched and informed our own...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 18 ratings
Great podcast !
I really like this podcast ! very inspiring. Vincent
Vincent Ré 17 via Apple Podcasts · France · 06/26/24
Couldn’t make it past the first 10 minutes. Lilty music, then a flat voice reading the text of the printed obit. Awful. I love the printed obits; this drained the pleasure away.
KirstyBrit via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/24/24
Watery mouths
Very irritating lip smacking from narrators not good for misophonia
Britchy via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/06/24
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