Human body history stories, in life and in death (but mostly in death).
Episode 18: History's unintended holes in human bodies
In this episode Suzie has a prod about in some unintentional holes in historical human bodies. From Purefoy Lockwood's broken skull and Hugh Montgomery's open heart to Alexis St Martin's open stomach hole that tasted, apparently, quite dull.
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Episode 17: Listen up! We're poking about in famous historical EARS.
Yes, you heard. On Suzie Edge's Human Body Histories series, we are poking about in the most famous ears in history. From the War of Jenkins' Ear to the War of Jennifer's Ear, from Van Gogh razorblade to Evander Holyfied's fight, we are waxing lyrical about ears(sorry).
Find Suzie Edge on TikTok and Twitter @Suzieedge and on Instagram @suz.edge
Episode 16: The Old Operating Theatre
In this episode we step back in time into the old operating theatre, put on a blood stained apron and dig about in some pre-anaesthetic surgery. From amputations and bladder stone removal to mastectomy and breast reconstruction. You might need to bring a strong stomach.
Episode 15: Bodies on display
Suzie has a chat about bodies on display from Charles Byrne's bones to the plastinated of the Body Worlds exhibitons today.
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Episode 14: Mortal Monarchs Special
Suzie talks about her new book Mortal Monarchs, shares the introduction from the successful audio book, answers some questions, and tells us what comes next for the Warts n All podcast.
Episode 13: The grim death of Edward II, maybe.
Edward II, King of England was deposed and then, disappeared in 1327. The story of his murder has been a grisly affair.
Catch up with Suzie on TikTok @suzieedgde
On Instagram @edge.suz and Twitter @suzieedge
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