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Saturday PS: Mirror world

MOST of the time I'm with Melvyn Bragg on the nothing-new-under-the-sun line of argument. It was his lordship who (hilariously) interjected at the end of a peroration about technology or social upheaval or something words to the effect: "So you're...


Sent via the ArchaeoBlog Facebook page: In Our Time With Melvyn Bragg podcast The female pharaoh Hatshepsut ruled Egypt in the early 15th century BC and some scholars argue that she was one of the most successful and influential pharaohs. Hatshepsut reasserted Egyptian power by building up international trade and commissioned buildings considered masterpieces of Egyptian [...]

In Our Time With Melvyn Bragg | Spartacus

@In Our Time With Melvyn Bragg IOT: Spartacus 06 Mar 14

In Our Time With Melvyn Bragg | IOT: The Phoenicians

In Our Time With Melvyn Bragg IOT: The Phoenicians

Podcast: IOT: Ulysses

In Our Time With Melvyn Bragg: IOT: Ulysses 14 Jun 12. [the James Joyce one]

Podcast ~ IOT: Ptolemy 17 Nov 11

In Our Time With Melvyn Bragg: IOT: Ptolemy 17 Nov 11. [the geographer/mathematician]

In Our Time and the Industrial Revolution

My favorite podcast is In Our Times with Melvyn Bragg from BBC Radio 4. In each episode Bragg, a peculiarly British combination of broadcast host and novelist, sits down with three academics to discuss some topic from history, culture, science, or philosophy. Show More Summary

Melvyn Bragg history show In Our Time to go online in BBC archive

BBC to make 11 years' worth of programme chronicling 'history of ideas' available on the internetIn Our Time, the BBC Radio 4 history show presented by Melvyn Bragg, is more usually associated with the past - but it is about to take a huge step into the future. Show More Summary

A Podfull of Thoughtcasts 7 - In Our Time with Melvyn Bragg

Although this BBC podcast, In Our Time will be familiar to many, this is a heads-up for a four-part production aired this week, featuring the life and times of one Charles Darwin - as there isn't usually a large back-log of previousShow More Summary

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