A History of the Royal Navy (Part 2)
Join Noah Tetzner as he chats with historian Daniel Allen Butler in part two of two about the history of the Royal Navy and its growth in the Victorian era. This is the final installment of Victoria's World. Daniel Allen Butler is maritime historian and bestselling author ofUnsinkable: The Full Story of RMS Titanic.
A History of the Royal Navy (Part 1)
This episode is part one of two in a series about the history of the Royal Navy featuring maritime historian Daniel Allen Butler. They begin with the status of the Royal Navy when the era began, consider it's evolution during the Napoleonic Wars, and explore the role class played in it's growth. Mr. Butler is the bestselling author ofUnsinkable: The Full Story of RMS Titanic. He has written additional titles about various aspects of maritime and military history.
Inventors & Inventions of Victorian England
Join Noah Tetzner for a conversation with Gabriel Chrisman about the inventions and technology found in the ordinary homes of the middle-class Victorians. Gabriel is Co-founder ofThisVictorianLife.comand a renowned speaker on Victorian Era technology. Additionally, he is the creator ofVictorianCycles.com, a business dedicated to reconstructing authentic Victorian bicycles.Remember to rate and review wherever you access podcasts!
The Weapons that Forged an Empire
In this episode Noah chats with Rob from the popular YouTube channel, Britishmuzzleloaders, about the weapons used by the British Army during Victoria’s reign. They talk about the escalation of weapon technology, the evolution of the musket/rifle, and much more. Rob’s YouTube channel has amassed over 40,000 subscribers and explores many aspects of Victorian firearms. Be sure to head to that page for more information. And remember to rate and review wherever you get podcasts.
The Greedy Queen: Eating with Queen Victoria
Join Noah and Dr. Annie Gray for a study of Queen Victoria’s life through the foods she enjoyed as well as a history of Victorian cuisine. Dr. Annie Gray, one of Britain’s leading food historians, specializes in British food and dinning from 1650 to present day and works as a consultant, broadcaster, and author. She is also a popular speaker and the resident food historian on BBC Radio 4’sThe Kitchen Cabinetas well as a presenter on documentaries includingThe Sweet Makers,Victorian Bakers, andVictoria & Albert: The Wedding. Dr. Gray is the author of a book titledThe Greedy Queen: Eating with Victoria.
The Charge of the Light Brigade
Join Noah Tetzner for an in-depth conversation with historian Andrew Lambert about the myths surrounding the Crimean War and the Charge of the Light Brigade, made famous, of course, by the famous Tennyson poem. They talk about the backdrop, recpurcussions, and legacy of the conflict. Professor Andrew Lambert –is Laughton Professor of Naval History in the Department of War Studies at King’s College. Professor Lambert is the author of numerous books pertaining to military and naval history and has written multiple books on the Crimean War.Remember: if you like this episode you can help spread the word by rating and reviewing the show wherever you acccess podcasts.
British Raids in East Africa: The Story of Wituland
Join Noah Teztner for a conversation with historian and historical interpreter Brandon F. on the British Raids in Wituland during the 1890s. Brandon is a renowned historical YouTuber and historian who provides fascinating lessons in history via his YouTube channel of over 50,000subscribers.Remember to rate, review, and subscribe wherever you get podcasts.