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You're Dead To Me
The history podcast for people who don’t like history… and those who do. Greg Jenner brings together the best names in comedy and history to learn and laugh about the past.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 2,504 ratings
Simply fantastic!
MegMog23 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/06/19
I absolutely love this pod, so much fun and I learn so much it’s unbelievable, am always showing off with what I find out. My one problem is there isn’t enough of them!!! I seem to be waiting aaaaages for a new ep! When can we expect new ones? Great job though guys I’d love an ep on my...Read full review »
goobaroot via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/05/19
Love it
Great podcast! Love the atmosphere and interesting topics. I just wish there were more episodes!
LucCrow via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/05/19
Recent Episodes
You’re Dead To Me returns for a special episode on The History of General Elections. Welcome to the world of “bludgeon men”, “potwallopers”, and electorates of sheep (!). Travel back to the 18th Century, when Number 10 was number 5 (yes, really) and discover not just how voter rights have...
Published 11/22/19
You might have learned about Richard the Lionheart in school (or from Disney’s Robin Hood), but how much do you know about his opponent, the legendary Saladin? Why does Saladin have such an enduring reputation as a good guy? Host Greg Jenner is joined by comedian Maria Shehata and historian Prof...
Published 10/25/19
Was Lord Byron the original celebrity? He might have been, you know. You should hear about the “things” that his fans sent him in the post! Find out the truth behind the first boy ever described as, "mad, bad and dangerous to know". Greg Jenner is joined by comedian Ed Gamble and historian Dr...
Published 10/18/19
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