As most of you will know, I live in the UK. As of me writing this, school remains open but it will shut next week. This means that the podcast will continue as usual till the next episode. However, from next week onwards, there will be changes.
I am in a good position in that I own all the research material I currently need and the rest is online. This means that I will have no problem making and releasing episodes. The good thing (for the podcast, that is - for me this has very little positives) is that I will be having a lot more free time because, although I have schoolwork, the burden on me will be reduced. This means that I will be able to keep up the normal episode schedule and maybe even release 2 episodes a week. I can't make any promises, though. I can't tell what th workload will be like or really... much about what it will be like.
I hope I can make the podcast entertaining to keep you all engaged through this period of uncertainty. I think it would be good to also make a little list of other shows you should check out to get you through self-isolation / quarentene / whatever else coronavirus is doing to your life.
- Thugs and Miracles - A podcast about French history currently at the same point we are at with Wales.
- Tides of History - A podcast about early-modern European history.
- Fall of Civilisations - A podcast covering the rise and eventual collapse of some of earth's greatest and most mysterious empires.
- Early Stuart England Podcast - does what it says on the tin. Very in-depth and well researched
- Revolutions - About all of the major revolutions in world history.
- History of China
- Rex Factor - A podcast ranking every king of England and Scotland as well as every consort of England (in series)
- The Hellenistic Age Podcast - A podcast about the period between Alexander the Great and the end of the Roman republic.
- The History of Byzantium - An in-depth look at the Byzantine empire with quality narration
- The History of England - Does what it says on the tin. Also kind of inspired me to make the show and was one of the first history podcasts I listened to.
- The History of Persia - A history of the Persian empire that goes really in-depth about all the non-narrative aspects
- The Age of Napoleon Podcast - a podcast covering the Napoleonic wars and what caused them
- Podding through Time - A history variety show focussing on the obcure
- Dan Carlin's Hardcore History - Mega-long and mega-researched podcast episodes covering a variety of topics