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Join us for our final episode of S2 - you’re in for a real treat! We are joined by The History Tellers, who - you guessed it - told us some of their best history stories. We’ll be back with new episodes in January 2022. Until then, if you’d like to get in contact you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Host…
 
Join us as we speak to Paul Olavesen-Stabb about his book ‘Attagirls’, based on true stories of the women who flew planes in the Second World War. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by Phoebe Style (@ph0ebestyle) and Olivia Smith (@__OliviaSmith12).…
 
For this weeks episode, we were filming on location… The Ramsdell Group kindly showed us their Centurion tank and incredible collection of armoured vehicles, and spoke to us about the development of comms in the late twentieth century. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). H…
 
Join us for this week’s special Remembrance Day episode, where we talk about rugby and the Great War with former rugby player Lewis Moody. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by Phoebe Style (@ph0ebestyle) and Olivia Smith (@__OliviaSmith12).…
 
In this weeks episode we speak to Myke Cole about his book ‘The Bronze Lie: Shattering the Myth of Spartan Warrior Supremacy’ and the myths surrounding Spartan warfare. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by Phoebe Style (@ph0ebestyle) and Olivia Smith (@__OliviaSmi…
 
For this week’s episode we have something a bit different… In September, the ‘We Have Ways of Making You Talk’ podcast with James Holland and Al Murray held its first ever WarFest. Phoebe was lucky enough to go along, so tune in to hear what she got up to! P.S. huge thank you to all the listeners who said hello at Warfest - it really was amazing to…
 
In this weeks episode we speak to Prit Buttar about his book ‘The Reckoning: The Defeat of Army Group South 1944’ - tune in for an illuminating discussion of the Eastern Front, plus some jaw dropping personal stories. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by Phoebe St…
 
We’ve got something a bit different this week! The tables were turned and Phoebe &Liv were quizzed by the IWM’s Kieran Whitworth, who has just released ‘The Big Churchill Quiz Book’. Tune in to hear some fun facts about Britain’s best know wartime leader. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Lea…
 
Want to know about some of the most badass female warriors in history? Well, you’re in the right place! Join us as we speak to Julie Wheelwright about her wonderful book ‘Sisters in Arms: Female Warriors from Antiquity to the New Millennium’. Keep an eye on our social media - you could win yourself a copy! If you’d like to get in touch, you can fin…
 
And just like that, we’re back from our summer break!! Join us this week as we speak to Alison Weir about her wonderful book ‘Queens of the Crusade’ which explores incredible women like Eleanor of Aquitaine, and her successors. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by…
 
A bit of a special one this week — this time last month Olivia and Phoebe were at Chalke Valley History Festival, helping out with the Live History events (and drinking lots of beer). Tune in to hear what they got up to… If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by Phoebe…
 
For this week’s episode Olivia and the fantastic Jesse Alexander discussed history and the media, and spoke about about Jesse’s recent work on a documentary on Allied actions in the Rhine in 1945. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by Phoebe Style (@ph0ebestyle) an…
 
Join us as we speak to John Henry Phillips about his award-winning documentary ‘No Roses On A Sailor’s Grave’ - if you’re interested in archeology, diving, or the Second World War, you’re in for a treat! If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by Phoebe Style (@ph0ebest…
 
Dave Bentley, veteran of both the army and ambulance service, joins Phoebe to talk about his experiences and why he decided to put them in his book ‘Para-Medic: War and Peace’. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by Phoebe Style (@ph0ebestyle) and Olivia Smith (Oliv…
 
Join us as we speak to Jessica Meyer about their groundbreaking book ‘An Equal Burden: The Men of the Royal Army Medical Corps in the First World War’. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by Phoebe Style (@ph0ebestyle) and Olivia Smith (OliviaSmithHist).…
 
Join us as we speak to Catherine Fletcher about their work on the darker side of the Italian Renaissance, chatting all about their incredible book ‘The Beauty and the Terror: The Italian Renaissance and the Rise of the West’. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by P…
 
Join us as we speak to RAF veterans Caroline Paige and Val Marden about their service for the first episode of our new segment - #VeteranChats! If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by Phoebe Style (@ph0ebestyle) and Olivia Smith (OliviaSmithHist).…
 
Join us as we speak to Taff Gillingham about the fantastic work they do though their historical advisory company, Khaki Devil, supplying authentic military props and much more for things like historical films, documentaries and reenactments. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack1…
 
We are back with the first guest of the new season! Tune in to listen to Dr Aimee Fox talk to us about the military history of the First World War and her award-winning book ‘Learning to Fight’. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Presented by Phoebe Style (@ph0ebestyle) a…
 
Olivia and Phoebe are back with a brand new season of Khaki Malarkey! For the first episode they are joined by editor Zack to chat about how the previous season went down and what they’ve got to look forward to in Season 2, plus Phoebe and Liv get to answer their quick-fire round. If you’d like to get in touch you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalar…
 
Join us as we speak to ­­­Sharon Connolly about their new book Ladies of the Magna Carta: Women of Influence in Thirteenth Century England. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by Phoebe Style (@ph0ebestyle) and Olivia Smith (OliviaSmithHist).…
 
Join us as we speak to Emma Forth for another instalment of our #PhDChats - Emma is researching cinema in the UK during the Great War at the University of Edinburgh. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary (@zickzack142). Hosted by Phoebe Style (@ph0ebestyle) and Olivia Smith (OliviaSmithHist…
 
In today’s episode, Phoebe and Liv are joined by Lindsay Powell (Twitter: @Lindsay_Powell) to talk about his 2015 book ‘Marcus Agrippa: Right Hand Man of Caesar Augustus’. If you’d like to get in touch, you can find us on Twitter @KhakiMalarkey. Edited by Zack O’Leary. Hosted by Phoebe Style and Olivia Smith.…
 
In today’s special episode, Olivia is joined by historians Andrew Bamford, Robert Griffiths, Alex Burns and Zack White to talk about their new edited collection, Life in the Redcoat (Helion, 2020). For an exclusive discount on the book, use the code LITRC20 at helion.co.uk (valid 1 month from the episode publish date). Khaki Malarkey is a military …
 
Phoebe and Olivia talk to the brilliant Nicholas James Kaizer about his new book ‘Revenge in the Name of Honour: the Royal Navy's Quest For Vengeance in the Single Ship Actions of The War of 1812’. For an exclusive discount on this book, go to helion.co.uk and use the code ‘RINOH20’ - call it a Christmas treat! (Valid for 1 month from 15/12/20) If …
 
Jane Gulliford-Lowes joins us to discuss her book Above Us The Stars: 10 Squadron Bomber Command - The Wireless Operators Story. We talk about her personal connections with the book's subject, and the process discover why Halifax bombers is a reverse TARDIS, is better than the Lancaster, and why wireless operators were great party planners. Khaki M…
 
We speak to Kirsty Haslam for the second instalment of our #PhDChats! Kirsty is a graduate from St Andrews, holds an MA in Museum Studies from UCL and is now in the third year of her PhD looking at the social and cultural impact of warfare in late-medieval and early-modern Scotland. If you’re interested in getting involved and chatting about your m…
 
We speak to Stephen Bourne about his newly released book Under Fire: Black Britain in Wartime, 1939-45 (The History Press, 2020). The author of a number of books, including Black Poppies and The Motherland Calls, Stephen speaks to Phoebe and Liv about race relations in Britain during the First and Second World Wars. Khaki Malarkey is a weekly milit…
 
We speak to historian Peter Jones about all things rugby, First World War, and his new book He Did His Bit - Stories Behind the Shirt Collection of Welsh Rugby Legend Charlie Pritchard (Gomer, 2020). Khaki Malarkey is a military history review podcast featuring the most exciting and up to date research in the field. Get in touch via our Twitter acc…
 
We speak to Helen Fry about her new book MI9, discovering the vital role that the organisation played in rescuing downed airmen during the Second World. Along the way we discover that The Great Escape is more realistic than you'd imagine, how historians have missed a trick in the intelligence archives, and why Ian Fleming would be great on a road t…
 
We speak to WW2 historian James Holland about his book Sicily 1943. As we talk about the campaign we find out why Patton might be more like Trump that we think, why Sicily was the tipping point in WW2, and why his good friend Al Murray wouldn't necessarily have a seat in the car if James went on a road trip with historical figures! Khaki Malarkey i…
 
We are joined by Rebecca Rideal, author of 1666: Plague, War & Hellfire, to talk about the insanity of going to war in the middle of a pandemic, why being a general and an admiral was a thing in the 17th century, and how Charles II may, or may not, be underrated. Khaki Malarkey is a military history review podcast bringing you interviews with the m…
 
We speak to Paul Chrystal, author of Women at War in the Classical World in a brilliant interview about the Amazons, Boudicca, female Gladiators, and much more. Remember to listen through to the end of the episode, in order to hear an exclusive discount code for Paul's title, which you can redeem for 20% off at Pen and Sword's website. Khaki Malark…
 
In the prequel episode to this exciting new military history review podcast, the presenters Zack White, Olivia Smith and Phoebe Style help you to get to know them, and what military history means to them. They chat about the podcast, what you can expect, and the state of military history right now, whilst also discussing what happens if you take Be…
 
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