You're Dead To Me Podcast
Greg is the host of the smash hit BBC podcast series ‘You’re Dead To Me’, which pairs up top comedians with top historians to deliver funny, fascinating summaries of the most interesting subjects from global history
Greg was also the host of the Homeschool History, a funny and informative Radio 4 and BBC Sounds radio series aimed at young children
Past Forward: A Century of Sound
Greg presents 20 x 15 minute episodes exploring randomly-selected clips from the BBC archive, in commemoration of the BBC’s 100 year anniversary. He begins with a clip, then interviews two guests to help explore its cultural resonance then and to see what thematic links we can make to the modern day
A Somewhat Complete History of Sitting Down
Yes, it’s a strange kind of history. An 8-part podcast series exploring the cultural history of how we sit, where we sit, who gets to sit, and why?
Hilarious Histories - What's So Funny About The Past?
Greg Jenner embarks on an Arthurian quest to find out how comedy writers make history funny. Over the three hours we’ll hear a range of comedy from the BBC archives, as well as interviews with comedian-turned-Classicist Natalie Haynes, Horrible Histories Head Writer Ben Ward, Austentatious improvisers Cariad Lloyd and Andrew Hunter-Murray, and Stephen Fry, who apparently was in a show called Blackadder.
The Origin of Stuff
Comedian Katy Brand pays homage to the overlooked, and sometimes underrated, essentials of everyday life. Greg is the resident historian for the 6 episodes
Greg has appeared as an expert interviewee on two Channel 5 documentaries, BBC News, and was co-presenter of BBC2’s Inside Versailles TV discussion programme that aired straight after the drama series Versailles
Greg has also appeared on multiple radio and podcast shows