Scottish clans: everything you wanted to know

<img src=”https://images.immediate.co.uk/production/volatile/sites/7/2022/03/Pod-Murray-Pittock-WL-7156c79.jpg?quality=90&resize=620,413″ width=”620″ height=”413″ class=”wp-image-205073 alignnone size-landscape_thumbnail” alt=”Pod Murray Pittock WL” title=”Pod Murray Pittock WL” /> <p>What do we mean by the word ‘clan’? Were these Scottish kinship groups more often allies or enemies? And did they really wear tartan? Speaking with Emily Briffett, Professor Murray Pittock tackles popular search

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Digging up Roman London

Archaeologist Dominic Perring discusses what we know about London’s Roman past with Emily Briffett, examining the city’s key turning points and exploring how life there was affected by fire, plague and warfare. Using archaeological and historical records, he ties London’s story into the wider history of the Roman empire. Dominic

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The history of beauty: everything you wanted to know

<img src=”https://images.immediate.co.uk/production/volatile/sites/7/2022/03/Pod-Lucy-Santos-WL-04d859d.jpg?quality=90&resize=620,413″ width=”620″ height=”413″ class=”wp-image-204344 alignnone size-landscape_thumbnail” alt=”Pod Lucy Santos WL” title=”Pod Lucy Santos WL” /> <p>Health and beauty historian Lucy Jane Santos answers listener questions and popular online search queries about beauty throughout the ages. From early cosmetics apparently made for gladiators to whether Georgian women really did use

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