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Gaming er ikke bare for tenåringer som spiller Fortnite og CS. Det er også mange andre ting man kan bruke en konsoll til. Kanskje få inn litt ekstra trening eller gjøre noe gøy med de du bor med. Ole Jørgen Nordvik forteller deg hva du bør spille og glede deg til. Og Asbjørn Slettemark gir deg de aller beste seriene akkurat nå.…
 
Support the podcast on...Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/jeansthoughtsPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/bookishthoughtsFollow the podcast on twitter: http://twitter.com/thatsancientListen to my interview with Anwen Hayward: https://soundcloud.com/user-591915376/medusa?in=user-591915376/sets/season-3Listen to all of the myth digests: https://soundcloud.com/…
 
Follow the podcast on twitter: https://twitter.com/thatsancientSupport the podcast on Ko-fi with a £3 donation: https://ko-fi.com/jeansthoughtsAimee Hinds on twitter: https://twitter.com/aimee_hindsAimee's piece for Eidolon: https://eidolon.pub/rape-or-romance-1b3d584585b8Books Recommended by Aimee:Home Fire by Kamila Shamsie: https://www.bookdepos…
 
Check Emma out on...Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/drinkingbymyshelfTwitter: https://twitter.com/drinkbymyshelfInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drinkbymyshelf/Follow the podcast on twitter: https://twitter.com/thatsancientSupport the podcast on Ko-fi with a £3 donation: https://ko-fi.com/jeansthoughtsAs always thank you so much for listening …
 
Religion was a central part of the Roman Empire and in today's episode host Jean Menzies is joined by now regular guest Harriet Scott to explore the history of Christianity under the Roman Empire: from the persecution of ordinary Christians all the way to the adoption of Christianity as the state religion. My, how things can change in a few centuri…
 
Today Jean is joined by ancient history enthusiast and my favourite murder fangirl Harriet Scott (from season one episode one and eight). Harriet brings the true crime genre to antiquity through discussing the various theories and unsolved questions surrounding the death of Cleopatra VIII - lover of Julius Caesar and Marc Antony, ruler of Egypt, an…
 
In today's episode host Jean Menzies is joined by author and academic Anwen Hayward. They discuss Anwen's retelling of the Medusa myth, her PhD research, the intersections between creative writing and academia, and monsters in Greek and Romann myth.That's Ancient History on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thatsancientAnwen on twitter: https://twitter.…
 
That's Ancient History is back with another 'myth digest' where host Jean Menzies tells the tale of one classical myth in particular, breaks down its themes and discusses its significance to ancient culture. This episode is all about the myth of Pandora, the first ever mortal woman, created my Zeus, king of the gods, as a punishment for man.Follow …
 
It's the third round of That's Ancient History's 'Ask a Classicist' specials where host Jean Menzies is joined by a complete classics novice and answers all of their pressing antiquity related questions (or tries to). Jean's classical myth retellings database: https://morejeansthoughts.wordpress.com/classical-myth-retellings/Check out Sanne:YouTube…
 
Welcome back to That's Ancient History. In this episode host Jean interviews comedian, presenter and author Natalie Haynes about her latest book. A Thousand Ships is Natalie Haynes' second Greek Myth retelling (after The Children of Jocasta) and it explores the events surrounding the Trojan War from the perspectives of the numerous women involved.F…
 
Classics? What can you do with that? Host Jean is joined one again by Stan Christoforou from previous episode 'Combat Trauma in Ancient Greece' to chat about Classics After the Classroom. This project is exploring the impact of Classics after the classroom and demonstrating just how many different directions Classics can take you.Classics After the…
 
This episode Jean is joined by author Alexandra Sheppard whose deput novel explores the life of 14 year old Helen, the half-mortal daughter of Zeus living in London and trying to keep her family's heritage hidden whilst dealing with the everyday turmoil of teenage life. Check out Oh My Gods by Alexandra Sheppard: https://amzn.to/2SDXLmdAlexandra Sh…
 
I sesongens siste episode har programleder Anniken besøk av styreleder Roy (34). Sammen har de mange års erfaring med å både ha kreft og å jobbe med kreft. Kreftverden er uoversiktlig, så derfor har de laget en episode som skal hjelpe deg med å finne ut av hva som er viktig å ta tak i med en gang du har fått diagnosen, og hva du bør tenke på underv…
 
In this episode of That's Ancient History host Jean Menzies goes in-depth exploring the ancient myth of Helen aka Helen of Troy. Helen is a figure of mythology who has continued to be talked about to the present day. Often used as an example of women's dangerous beauty is Helen's myth as simple as you've been led to believe? Of course not, Helen's …
 
Anne-Ingrid (29) mistet faren til kreft da hun var liten. I ungdomstiden fikk moren også kreft, og da det ble klart at hun ikke ville overleve, ønsket moren å snakke om hva som skulle skje videre med datteren. Den samtalen var ikke Anne-Ingrid klar for, og moren døde før de rakk å snakke ordentlig sammen. Nå oppfordrer Anne-Ingrid andre til å ta de…
 
Julie og David er i begynnelsen av 30-årene og har slitt med å få familielivet til å gå rundt. På grunn av Julie sin kreftdiagnose måtte de få barn i ung alder. Siden har senskader gjort det vanskelig å skaffe seg utdannelse, ha en god nok økonomi og følge opp tre barn. Det har til tider vært nesten umulig å bygge et normalt familieliv, men nå, 16 …
 
In 'Ask a Classicist' host Jean Menzies invites a guest with no background in classics to quiz her on everything they've ever wondered about antiquity. In this episode she is joined by friend, fellow booktuber and Feminist Orchestra bookclub co-host Lauren Wade. Lauren asks Jean to really get to the heart of things by explaining what exactly 'class…
 
Ever wondered why William Shakspeare was so obsessed with classical mythology and ancient history? He wasn't alone! In this week's podcast episode Jean is joined by Elle Jones, classics and theatre enthusiast, to talk all about the classical influences abundant throughout early modern theatre; from Shakspeare to Christopher Marlow; from Greek mytho…
 
Welcome back for season two of That's Ancient History! We are kicking things off with a very special first episode featuring an interview with award-winning author Pat Barker. Pat Barker's latest book, The Silence of the Girls, retells Homer's Iliad from the perspective of Briseis a Trojan Queen who has been captured during the Trojan War and given…
 
This very special podcast episode comes to you in collaboration with the Reading Women podcast. Jean is joined by Autumn and Kendra to discuss women in classics and mythology. They cover everything from sexism in antiquity to modern day scholarship, as well as perceptions of women in mythology including goddesses such as Athena. You'll find plenty …
 
From the Colosseum to the Palace of Knossos, from Hadrian's Wall to the Parthenon, this episode of That's Ancient History travels the Ancient World as it survives today. Jean is joined by classics graduates Jill & Harriet (who you might recognise from previous episodes) to talk about their experiences visiting ancient sites. The sites discussed inc…
 
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