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Dan Morelle

BBC Radio 4 podcast producer, Producer NEON: The Real History Behind Popular Culture, Dr Janina Ramirez - Art Detective
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#69 - Lost and Found: Raiders of the Lost Past
Dr Janina Ramirez - Art Detective
This episode was recorded in September 2019 at Gloucester History Festival.Producer: Dan Morelle--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Instagram: https://instagram.com/DrJaninaRamirezTwitter: https://twitter.com/ArtDetectivePod Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrJaninaRamirez Facebook: https://facebook.com/DrJaninaRamirezFacebook Group: https://facebook.com/groups/ArtDetective --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Art Detective Patreon Supporterspatreon.com/ArtDetectiveAdam EllisAlexandra HancockAlistair ToddAmanda CookeAndrew CarrAndrew DarbyAndrew RobesonAndrew WestBecky HeadBernard FildesbrittaCatherine Rowley-WilliamsChantal SpaullChloeChris ChattertonChris DouglassChristine HalsallColin BeebyDavid EvansDavid ParkerFi CooperIldi PelikanJanice MillerJen_0_cydeJoanne Benjamin Dzho MckeownJordan M KileyJoseph MaleczekKeiran LancasterKevin CannellKevin Valdes ParraKirstyLesley Anne FiskMargaret SzedenitsMargy MayellMCMatzMeg JonesMichelle MosesNeil HolmesNicola CaponPaul Flattpaul mallinderPete BiggsQuoc VoRachel CavalierRoger LittleStephen LawrenceTammy MillerTanchira ArjinkitToryn PoolmanVanessa RowlandsVictoria MitchellWayne QuiggThank you everyone! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Saladin
You're Dead To Me
You might have learned about Richard the Lionheart in school (or from Disney’s Robin Hood), but how much do you know about his opponent, the legendary Saladin? Why does Saladin have such an enduring reputation as a good guy? Host Greg Jenner is joined by comedian Maria Shehata and historian Prof Jonathan Phillips. It’s history for people who don’t like history! This episode was produced by Dan Morelle and scripted and researched by Emma Nagouse, assisted by Emily Greenwell.
Lord Byron
You're Dead To Me
Was Lord Byron the original celebrity? He might have been, you know. You should hear about the “things” that his fans sent him in the post! Find out the truth behind the first boy ever described as, "mad, bad and dangerous to know". Greg Jenner is joined by comedian Ed Gamble and historian Dr Corin Throsby. It’s history for people who don’t like history! This episode was produced by Dan Morelle and scripted and researched by Emma Nagouse.
Stonehenge
You're Dead To Me
We are digging into the history and mystery surrounding Stonehenge. Is it really the symbol of fertility and scene of sacrifice it’s portrayed to be, and what part of Stonehenge is the henge exactly? Featuring podcasting legend Richard Herring alongside archaeologist Susan Greaney from English Heritage. It’s history for people who don’t like history! This episode was produced by Dan Morelle, scripted by Greg Jenner and researched by Emma Nagouse.
The Aztecs
You're Dead To Me
Travel back to the land of the Aztecs to discover that they’re not that dissimilar to the Tudors, but with more human sacrifices. Greg Jenner is joined by comedian Joel Dommett and historian Dr Caroline Dodds Pennock to ask just how much food can be traced back to the Aztecs? Was cannibalism really a respectful process? And at what age were Aztec children expected to contribute to the family? It’s history for people who don’t like history! This episode was produced by Dan Morelle, scripted by Greg Jenner and researched by Emma Nagouse assisted by Josh Daniels.
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