A.D. History Podcast
Monty Python’s Life of Brian REVIEW | A.D. HISTORY WATCHES
For the holiday season we debut the series “A.D. HISTORY WATCHES,” reviewing as historians the satire classic “Monty Python’s Life of Brian.”
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As we head into this holiday season, Paul and Patrick have decided to do a special episode looking at the classic comedy film, Monty Python’s Life of Brian. It is a brief diversion where, in the spirit of the season, where Paul and Patrick have some fun as historical presenters looking at modern satire – following from the previous episode’s discussion about Juvenal the Satirist.
What Will Future Historians Take The Most Interest In Looking Back at 2020?
Also, as it was mentioned in this episode’s opener: What do you think future historians will take the most interest in looking back at 2020? Clearly it will be largely be dominated by the ongoing pandemic, but what else do you think will draw their interest?
Let us know your thoughts by emailing the show, or on our social media outlets, and we will include them for our special segment on this question!
A Brief Break Going Into 2021!
On a final note: this episode of the A.D. History Podcast marks a brief hiatus for Paul and Patrick, as our next episode will release on 16 January, 2021. At which time A.D. History will pick up where we have left off, exploring 151AD – 160AD.
These last three months, releasing a new episode every two weeks, has been a tremendous challenge. So we are taking a much needed breather to recharge for our 2021 ahead.
Cheers to you all, enjoy your holiday season, and here’s to our upcoming 2021 together!
Hosts – Paul K. DiCostanzo, Patrick Foote
Anna Domini – Voiced by Anna Chloe Moorey
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