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Emma Smith, Professor of Shakespeare Studies at Hertford College Oxford. Presented by Dan Snow.
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Suzie Grogan talks about the 'hidden illness' of World War One, now better known as shellshock or PTSD. Dan chats with her about the initial reception to cases of shellshock and how diagnoses changed as we understood the problem better over time.
Dan talks to Janet Booth, the grand-daughter of Harry Farr, who was shot for cowardice in October 1916. Image Credit: Oosoom (CC).
Rob Heard created an incredibly-moving memorial to the Battle of the Somme. In the new podcast, Dan talks to him about his inspiration and what the work means to him.