🎧 500th Episode: A History of Fatherhood and Some History Hit Highlights
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We celebrate our 500th podcast with a new look at fatherhood and a selection of the best moments from our podcast. We hear the testimony of survivors of genocide, Dan talks radical new historiography with Norman Ohler, and he commemorates the dead of World War One at the Menin Gate. Thank you for listening and here's to many more episodes. Producer & Music: Peter Curry
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