It’s good, bad, ugly - and very very funny. Changing the way we see heroes and villains in history.
Olga Koch, Eshaan Akbar and Geoff Norcott give the political thinker Marx out of ten.
Jon Richardson, Catherine Bohart & Shappi Khorsandi look at the film star in close-up.
we're taking a break
a message from Russell Kane
Tom Allen, Evelyn Mok and Isma Almas share what Queen's singing superstar means to them.
Will Sarah Keyworth, Athena Kugblenu and Luisa Omielan use their votes wisely?
Will Colin Murray,Johnny Cochrane and Neil Delamere have suspicious minds about The King?
Fasten your seatbelts
It was darn good! I listened to all of it, and then I left.
bad taste and lack of historical knowledge
There are things that are not funny and there are things that have to be viewed in the historical context. Unfortunately the majority of the guests lack that ability and make up for it with bad taste. The presenter tries to keep the storyline on track but fails miserably. Big opportunity lost in noise.
Neither genius nor funny
Better listen to the "You're dead to me" podcast - less artificial (?) indignation, more historical accuracy.