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Gripping tales with sumptuous audio landscapes that made me hunt down more detail. There's no shortage of material, I hope this show has many seasons.
Dec 13, 2020
Season Two Coming Soon
Have you ever wandered around a museum and thought “How on Earth did all of this stuff get here?” You’re not alone. Throughout its reign, the British Empire stole a lot of stuff. Today those objects are housed in genteel institutions across the UK and the world. They usually come with polite plaques. This podcast tells the stories about the not-so-polite history behind those looted objects. In Season Two, Walkley award-winning host Marc Fennell will take you to a temple, a tree, a lab, a paradise island, a crime scene and a stage. You’ll uncover abductions, scandals and a murder investigation. Episode One out October 20. Season two of Stuff the British Stole is co-produced with CBC Podcasts.
|Oct 12, 2021|
The Gweagal shield is just one of the things James Cook and his shipmates took from the local people when they landed in Botany Bay. Why has it become the most contentious?
|Dec 19, 2020|
The arrival of Europeans in NZ kicked off a trade in Mokomokai — tattooed heads but these colonial souvenirs have their own complex history.
|Dec 12, 2020|
Don’t let their fluffy hair and judging eyes fool you, Pekingese dogs are hiding a secret. Their history encompasses torture, hubris, war, and some very long sleeves. Most importantly these dogs — well, one in particular — may hold the key to understanding the sometimes vexed relationship China has with the West.
|Dec 05, 2020|
What if your doorstop was evidence of brutal mass murder and wholesale theft?
|Nov 28, 2020|
A Tiger and a Scream
How a toy tiger became the symbol of a struggle between India and its former British colonisers
|Nov 21, 2020|
INTRODUCING - Stuff The British Stole
Throughout its reign, the British Empire stole a lot of stuff. Today those objects are housed in genteel institutions across the UK and the world. They usually come with polite plaques. This is a series about the not-so-polite history behind those objects.
|Nov 12, 2020|