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On the website we have featured reviews of Full Metal Jousting, a show that trained modern knights how to joust. There are numerous posts regarding the recent discovery of King Richard III and his re-interment. We also feature numerous articles on medieval archaeology.

You can browse all our Medieval Podcast lessons in the Podcast Archive. Or you can find them on iTunes. We also produce a VIKINGS TV Show fan podcast. The Vikings Podcast explores the show and breaks down the accuracy of the history in each episode.

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A few of the more popular podcast episodes include:

  • The Battle of Tours (732): Examines the battle, what events lead to the battle and its up to the battle
  • Thomas Becket: A look at St Thomas Becket the Martyr. We discuss his life, his friendship with King Henry I, his rise to the Archbishop of Canterbury and his murder at the hands of Knights loyal to King Henry.
  • Mad Monarchs: A look at the crazy, insane and maniacal Kings and Queens of the Middle Ages
  • Medieval Zombies: A Halloween special that examines the folklore of zombies in the Middle Ages!