This week, Dan tells Katy about legendary pirate Captain Benjamin Hornigold (1680–1719) and his confused moral compass that span all over the globe. 

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In this special episode, to make our 50th episode, we talk about Charles I and Oliver Cromwell. Dan takes on the role of cavalier, telling you all about King Charles I of England and Katy is the roundhead, talking about Lord Protector, Oliver Cromwell.

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Today's episode is all about Vincenzo Peruggia, who in 1911 stole the Mona Lisa. Learn about how and why this man decided to steal the masterpiece in broad daylight and how this catapulted the Mona Lisa to worldwide fame.

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This week, Dan tells Katy about Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel (1906-1947), one of the most glamorous and murderous figures from the golden age of American organised crime, and the founder of the legendary Murder Inc.

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Today's historical person is a mummy! The story of the Younger Lady will have you wondering about who the mysterious woman found in the Valley of the Kings is. Listen to Katy tell Dan about the Younger Lady and who she may have been. 

We get straight into the history, but if you want to hang around at the end, we usually have a bit of a chat and recommend books, TV shows, films and other podcasts! 

Tune in every week to hear Katy and Dan talk about people from history you may or may not have heard of. 

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March 1, 2021

Ramsey Bader

This small history of a Black British tank driver from World War Two can tell us so much about British attitudes during this important time. Using sparse sources, Dan tells Katy about Ramsey Bader. 

We like to get straight into the history, but if you want to hang around at the end, we usually have a bit of a chat and recommend books, TV shows, films and other podcasts! 

Tune in every week to hear Katy and Dan talk about people from history you may or may not have heard of. 

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February 22, 2021

L. Ron Hubbard (Part Two)

In this second and final part of L. Ron Hubbard, Katy talks about Hubbard's time with the Sea Org, the development of Scientology and his death. If you haven't listened to part one, please do go back and listen to last week's episode first to get the full picture! 

Also please check out Going Clear, the amazing book and film about Scientology where a lot of this information is from! 

We get straight into the history here, but if you want to hang around at the end, we usually have a bit of a chat and recommend books, TV shows, films and other podcasts! 

Tune in every week to hear Katy and Dan talk about people from history you may or may not have heard of. 

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February 15, 2021

L. Ron Hubbard (Part One)

In today's episode we have our first ever 2 part episode! Katy talks about L. Ron Hubbard (1911 - 1986), founder of the Church of Scientology. Part One covers his life up to 1951 and the publication of Dianetics. It talks about his first two marriages and his time in the US Navy during World War Two. Tune in next week to hear the conclusion including the rise of Scientology. 

We so get straight into the history, but if you want to hang around at the end, we usually have a bit of a chat and recommend books, TV shows, films and other podcasts! 

Tune in every week to hear Katy and Dan talk about people from history you may or may not have heard of. 

You can follow them on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/HaveYouEverPod and on Instagram @haveyoueverpod.

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This week, Dan and Katy discuss the real-life Duellists (of Ridley Scott fame), François Fournier and Pierre Dupont, their 30 duels spanning 10 years and the toxic masculinity of honour in the 19th century. The fact really is weirder than the fiction...

Remember, if you want to hang around at the end, we usually have a bit of a chat and recommend books, TV shows, films and other podcasts! 

Tune in every week to hear Katy and Dan talk about people from history you may or may not have heard of. 

You can follow them on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/HaveYouEverPod and on Instagram @haveyoueverpod.

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February 1, 2021

V. C. Andrews

Today Katy tells Dan about the most successful ghostwriter ever. Have you ever heard of V. C. Andrews? (1923 - 1986) and (1940 - present). 

Just a warning, this episode has a brief mention of fictional rape and insect and may not be suitable for all listeners. 

We get straight into the history, but if you want to hang around at the end, we usually have a bit of a chat and recommend books, TV shows, films and other podcasts! 

Tune in every week to hear Katy and Dan talk about people from history you may or may not have heard of. 

You can follow them on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/HaveYouEverPod and on Instagram @haveyoueverpod.

Please do subscribe, wherever you're listening to this and leave us a five star review if you enjoyed the episode! 

 

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