We are proud to announce that we have partnered with the National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA, and all US Residents who become Yearly Members of the BHP will also get a complimentary Year Membership with the National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA!

By signing up for a yearly membership, you will get…

  • Exclusive Members Only Podcasts
  • Members Only material, including timelines, transcripts, summaries, and member’s only boards
  • If you are a US resident, you will get a full year of complimentary membership to the National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA which comes with…
    • Free access to over 400 National Trust Sites around the World (Scotland, Wales, England, USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand)
    • Free digital subscription to Scotland in Trust, the NTS’s award-winning magazine
    • Free car parking at National Trust for Scotland sites when displaying your membership sticker
    • Discount admission to Whisky Live, the premier whiskey tasting show held in cities all over the world

But the real value is that you will be helping this community go to the next level. With member support, we can provide additional services, reach out to new venues, and even set up more exclusive interviews like we had with the Staffordshire Hoard!

So if you like what we’re building here, please consider becoming a member. Membership is cheap, and for a yearly donation that breaks down to roughly around the price of a latte each month you can help keep the British History Podcast free and independent.

And by popular request we now offer…


If you would like to pay by mail, you can send a check (payable to Jamie Jeffers) for $59.88 to:
The British History Podcast
PO Box 86570
Portland, OR 97286
And don’t forget to include a note specifying your name and email address (so I can get you the membership information). 

Thank you for listening!

You can also sign up for MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP ($4.99 USD per month) However, you will NOT get the complimentary membership to the National Trust for Scotland, the buttons and stickers, or any of the National Trust affiliated benefits.