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The History Today podcast is a monthly conversation about the world of history, featuring interviews, discussions, and analysis.

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In this episode of the History Today Podcast, we speak to Gyanesh Kudaisya about the final years of Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first prime minister, who died in May 1964.

Gynanesh's article, Death of a Democract, is the cover story of our May issue, which is out now.

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Previous episodes

Charlotte Crow talks to Jessie Childs about her article in the April issue of History Today, Beware the Foul Fiend.

We speak to Calder Walton, the author of Empire of Secrets: British Intelligence, the Cold War and the Twilight of Empire.

Richard Weight joins us to discuss Britain's reluctant regicides, and why the country is embarrassed by its revolutionary past.

Mark Horton tells the story of an archaeological dig that may have fuelled the fantasies of J.R.R. Tolkien

In this episode of the podcast, Jacob Norris discusses the real history of Bethlehem.

Allan Mallinson joins us to discuss a 'lost' memo penned by Winston Churchill in 1911 concerning the prospect of a European war.

Jerry White discusses the housing crisis that afflicted London during the First World War, one that had a profound affect on living conditions in the capital.

In this episode, Alexander Lee discusses historical notions of the ideal city.

Charles Emmerson discusses Russia on the eve of the First World War and argues that, had it not been for the conflict, the country's fortunes would have taken a different turn.

In this episode, Tom Holland discusses his new translation of The Histories, by Herodotus.


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