Podcasts

Tune in to Engelsberg Ideas podcasts, where you’ll find calm conversations and thought provoking analysis. History Lessons – hosted by Mattias Hessérus – features interviews with leading historians and authors. Worldview is hosted by Iain Martin and tackles big questions with the help of the best academics. The EI Weekly Listen is a series of audio essays featuring our writers.

Episodes

Painting of King George III of England, (1738-1820), seated on the throne in full regalia.

History Lessons – Andrew Roberts on George III

On the latest edition of History Lessons, Mattias Hessérus is in conversation with historian Andrew Roberts on his mission to repair the reputation of Britain’s most maligned and misunderstood monarch.

Standing atop rubble with retired New York City firefighter Bob Beckwith, President George W Bush rallies firefighters and rescue workers during an impromptu speech at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center.

Worldview – what is the future of the West?

Iain Martin is joined by leading security and international relations experts to discuss the legacy of 9/11, the future of Western-led interventions and the meaning of the NATO exit from Afghanistan. Can the West continue to shape world order or is it being replaced? This episode was recorded on the eve of the twentieth anniversary of 9/11.

Painting of King George III of England, (1738-1820), seated on the throne in full regalia.

History Lessons – Andrew Roberts on George III

On the latest edition of History Lessons, Mattias Hessérus is in conversation with historian Andrew Roberts on his mission to repair the reputation of Britain’s most maligned and misunderstood monarch.

Standing atop rubble with retired New York City firefighter Bob Beckwith, President George W Bush rallies firefighters and rescue workers during an impromptu speech at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center.

Worldview – what is the future of the West?

Iain Martin is joined by leading security and international relations experts to discuss the legacy of 9/11, the future of Western-led interventions and the meaning of the NATO exit from Afghanistan. Can the West continue to shape world order or is it being replaced? This episode was recorded on the eve of the twentieth anniversary of 9/11.

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