Episode 1 – An Introduction

The forum in Rome. One of the places which helped inspire the podcast.

The forum in Rome. One of the places which helped inspire the podcast.

I explain the idea behind the podcast and how I intend to proceed. I also talk about how often I will be able to create episodes.

Download: Episode 1 – An Introduction

RSS Feed: The History of Byzantium

Please let me know what you think of the podcast.

– Either comment on this post.

– Like the facebook page.

– Or leave some feedback on Itunes.

Categories: Podcast | 9 Comments

Post navigation

9 thoughts on “Episode 1 – An Introduction

  1. Congrats on starting this project! Like the History of Rome, Byzantium is a huge topic so I love to see podcasts about it. Please keep up the great start you already have!

    -Anders – 12 Byzantine Rulers

  2. Sounds promising. I’m looking forward to the next episode.

  3. Greg Webb

    Robin, thank you for picking up where Mike Duncan left off by starting The History of Byzantium podcast. I eagerly await your next podcast on Byzantine History. Congrats on this project!

  4. Thanks to all of you for the encouraging words 🙂

  5. Dragdev

    Been a great fan of the history of Rome and I am looking forward to your history of Byzantium. Good luck on the project, I will be looking forward to the episodes to come.

  6. David

    I was really excited when I saw that someone was taking up the mantle of Mike Duncan. Thanks so much for doing this. I was a little disappointed to hear that Mike was planing on officially ending THoR, since there is still so much Roman related history after the fall of Rome. So when I saw this it definitely excited me. (I am secretly hoping someone will take up the cause of Western Europe and all the rich history that accompanied and followed the collapse of the western Roman Empire) Unfortunately, my iTunes is glitching on me, and preventing me from subscribing to your podcast. However, I hope to get it fixed soon, and if I do, subscribing to your podcast will be one of the first things I do.

  7. Rory Provencher

    I’m very happy your continuing on to the age of Byzantium. It was my love of Byzantium that brought on my love for classical Rome. In fact I only started listening to the history of Rome in order to understand where Byzantium actually came from.

    Its my hope that you enjoy the experience, no mater how many people actually listen (though I’m assuming it will be quite a few!)

    I look forward to the coming thousand years!

  8. Thank you, sir!

    I’m up to episode 8, and every bit as hooked on your podcast as I was with The History of Rome. I even find it fitting that in telling the story of what are, after all, two empires, there should be two authors.

    Again, many, many thanks.

  9. Pingback: The History of Byzantium Podcast Review – PodListener

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

%d bloggers like this: