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Oct 22, 2019

History is full of criminals, and some are not human. Here is a tale of animals of the past, some guilty, some innocent all judged by the LAW. And all too would have been forgotten without that great academic Edward Payson Evans. 1831-1917

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Sep 5, 2019

 

If you live in Reading, you've probably heard of Amelia Dyer. She was the most prolific of all British serial killers and dumped the bodies in the canal. Iszi recently found her address, so took a short stroll down to Kensington Road and ponders whether this serial killer was a product of her own insanity or if it...


Aug 13, 2019

The man who conquered all of Rome... although Rome at the time was the size of Deddington.

Still it is nice to beat the Romans, despite their well trained* defence geese.

In this episode iszi drunkenly chats to Stephen P Kershaw about one of the many characters in his enormous book. Barbarians Rebellion Resistance to...


Jul 18, 2019

What does it take to be a hero? Nowadays rescuing others, not being a coward, or just standing up for you principles seems to be the key. In the Trojan war you could spend years in a tent sulking while everyone else fights simply because you were denied a sex slave, and STILL be considered a Hero. Natalie Haynes has...


Jun 11, 2019

The odds are never a problem if you own half the racers. This is a story of a populist who brought down his own people. Born into wealth and unrivalled privilege, at least this particular politician fought in the wars alongside his friends. It didn't stop him turning on them to save his skin, or indeed turning on his...