25 – Listener Questions Special Episode

Next week we will return to the tale of Carausius and his British Empire, but today is our 25th episode and so I’ll be answering questions submitted by listeners! (I can’t believe it’s already been 25 episodes). http://www.thebritishhistorypodcast.com/episodes/025.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | RSS Read more →


20 – Dysfunction and Sibling Rivalry

The family of Severus brings their own particular brand of family bonding to the shores of our island. Busts of Caracalla, kept at the MET in NYC, where he’s showing his winning personality. http://www.thebritishhistorypodcast.com/episodes/020.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | RSS Read more →


19 – Britannia’s Emperor

Ok, this one is pretty heavy on Roman intrigue. But it’s necessary to get us to the all the fun stuff in the next one. And besides, while much of what occurs in this episode is on the continent, it is still heavily influenced by the legions in Britannia. So it still counts as British History, right? http://www.thebritishhistorypodcast.com/episodes/019.mp3 Podcast: Play… Read more →

Marcus Aurelius

18 – Abandonment and Reoccupation

Today we’ve got Antoninus, Marcus Aurelias, Russell Crowe… we’ve got it all! And Members, check your email. You should have a link for how to get your Members-Only episode! A bust of Marcus Aurelias from the MET in NYC. http://www.thebritishhistorypodcast.com/episodes/018.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | RSS Read more →


17 – Advancement and Occupation

Antoninus decides that he also wants a wall, and sends the legions north to build one. Sorry about the delay on this episode, I’ve been fighting with my computer for a couple days. I recorded this episode as soon as I got it up and running. Thanks for your patience. A bust of Antoninus Pius from the MET in NYC.… Read more →


16 – Bonus Birthday Episode on the Celts!

So it’s my birthday this weekend, and so I’m not doing one of my gigantic episodes. However, I thought I’d give you all a present (especially since we now have 500 members on the facebook page) and give you a sneak peak at the members-only content I’m putting together. So here’s the first part of the Early Origins – Celts.… Read more →