(Audio) Dr. Clarke vs. The Flying Saucers

"In episode 2 of the Talking History podcast, host Jim Chisem speaks to Dr. David Clarke, Principal Research Fellow of the Journalism Subject Group at Sheffield Hallam University, curator of The National Archives UFO Project, and author of the critically acclaimed ‘How UFOs Conquered the World’. The pair discuss the history of the UFO phenomenon, the National Archives’ UFO files, and folklore in technological societies."

(Video) Battle of Britain: MEPs on Brexit

"In late 2018, British Online Archives travelled to Strasbourg to interview four British and Irish MEPs about the past, present, and future of Britain’s relationship with Europe and the European Union. In Battle of Britain’, Nigel Farage (former UKIP leader), Richard Corbett (Labour), Martina Anderson (Sinn Féin), and Syed Kamal (Conservative) share their views on sovereignty, foreign policy, international trade, immigration, and the Northern Ireland peace process."

The Blitzkrieg Myth

The controversial British strategist Basil Liddell Hart once observed that “the real story of any great event is apt to be very different to what appears at the time…the truth sometimes leaks out later; sometimes never.”[1] Although such an insight may seem obvious, or even banal, it is a useful starting point for any discussion concerning the German Blitzkrieg campaigns of the Second World War. In the summer of 1941, the Third Reich cast its shadow from Smolensk in the Soviet Union to the Fran

[031] Social Science Talks: 1984, by George Orwell

"‘It was a bright cold morning in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen…’ After much pressure, and the election of Donald Trump, we finally get round to covering 1984 by George Orwell. How does the book hold up today? Do we use the word Orwellian too much? And is there something distinctively English about Orwell’s writing? It’s a book that has come up a lot recently, so join us as we desperately try to stay on topic and fail miserably."
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