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Carolyn A. Day is Assistant Professor at Furman University where she teaches British History and the History of Medicine. She received a BA in History and a BSc in Microbiology from Louisiana State University, US, an MPhil in History and Philosophy of Science from Cambridge University, UK, and a PhD from Tulane University, US, in British history.
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🎧 Canned Food
Hope you’re hungry because today we’re opening a can of historical worms as we discover the origins of canned food.
How did canned food go from something only explorers would consider eating to the centrepiece of kitchen cupboards? We go from a competition run by Napoleon to Andy Warhol’s paint...
🎧 Coronavirus - Lessons from History
Professor John Oxford is a virologist. He is one of the world's leading experts on influenza. He is a leader in the study of the great Influenza outbreak of 100 years ago that killed upwards of 50 million people around the world. I talked to him today to ask him, what are the key lessons that we ...
🎧 Oliver Cromwell’s Republic
On 30 January 1649, King Charles I was executed for treason. Within weeks the monarchy had been abolished and the House of Lords discarded. The people were now the sovereign force in the land. What this meant, and where it would lead, no one knew.
In her new book, The Restless Republic: Britain ...