History the way it is meant to be heard

History is human. History is drama. History is our story, and it belongs to all of us.

The BHP is a chronological retelling of the history of Britain with a particular focus upon the lives of the people. You won’t find a dry recounting of dates and battles here, but instead you’ll learn about who these people were and how their desires, fears, and flaws shaped the scope of this island at the edge of the world.

This show is intended to be listened to in order, if you start with the most recent episode you will almost certainly become lost. So if you’re new, why don’t you listen to the first episode and find out what the show is all about.

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  1. Chapter 8 – Twilight of the Anglo Saxons The British History Podcast Transcript
  2. 302 - King Eadred The British History Podcast Transcript
  3. 303 – Eric Bloodaxe The British History Podcast Transcript
  4. 304 – A Kingdom Divided The British History Podcast Transcript
  5. 305 – A Very Special BHP Valentine’s Day Episode The British History Podcast Transcript
  6. 306 – King Eadwig The British History Podcast Transcript
  7. 307 – Cleaning House The British History Podcast Transcript
  8. 308 – A Thirst for Reform The British History Podcast Transcript
  9. 309 – Size Doesn’t Matter (until it does) The British History Podcast Transcript
  10. 310 - Political Theater The British History Podcast Transcript
  11. 311 – Team Edward The British History Podcast Transcript
  12. 312 - King Edward The British History Podcast Transcript

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Membership Has Its Privileges

This show is advertiser free.  Seriously.  You can listen to entire episodes without EVER having to hear me awkwardly pretend that I use Blue Apron.

How cool is that?

And the way we’re able to provide that service, and stay one of the only truly independent history podcasts out there, is through Membership. 

Membership is voluntary.  The vast bulk of episodes are free and will remain so.  In fact, the whole main show is free so you don’t have to sign up to listen to the BHP.

However, to thank people for supporting the podcast we do offer a few exclusive extras for Members.

  • Access To Exclusive Members Only Podcasts
  • That’s a big deal.  There’s nearly 100 of them at this point.
  • Rough Transcripts so you can learn how to spell Waelsteng.
  • Member’s only boards so you can use your new vocabulary online.

And all of that costs about the same as a latte per month (unless you’re getting some sort of gold plated fancy latte, in which case “Thanks for listening, Your Highness.”)

If you would like to become a hero of the Werod, you can sign up for Membership by clicking this little button.

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Reviews from Real Listeners

  • Ryan Weyls Avatar

    Nicely paced narration and a lot of information packed into every episode. Accessible, too! One of my favorite history podcasts.

    Ryan Weyls 9/03/2018
  • Gayle Styles Avatar

    Well researched. Jamie knows how to make history fun 👍🏼

    Gayle Styles 4/05/2019
  • Matthew Glanfield Avatar

    This replaced my Sirius XM subscription. I drive 22 hours to get to work and this is a god send. I like to listen to episodes a couple of times to try and memorize as much info as I can. Being educated whilst I drive is a pleasure and Jamie is a great storyteller.

    Thank you.

    Matthew Glanfield 3/14/2019
  • Benjamin Thomas Nielsen Avatar

    I'm 30 episodes in. It's amazing how spectacular, researched, and fun these podcasts are. Well, more than well, worth your time. Excellent job sir!

    Benjamin Thomas Nielsen 6/17/2017
  • Ian Smith Avatar

    I stumbled across this podcast on Google Play about a month ago. It has quickly become part of my commuting ritual. As soon as I start the engine, the very next thing I do is press play.... and I have been known to sit in the drive after I get home if I've hit an especially compelling part of the story. My only dilemma is that at my rate of listening (I'm on episode 106 now) I'll be caught up and waiting for new episodes by the end of summer.

    Ian Smith 6/19/2018