February 23, 2015

#09 – Peter Adamson on Aristotle

If you’re not already one of the many fans of Peter Adamson’s “History Of Philosophy Without Any Gaps” podcast, you will be by the end of […]
February 11, 2015

#08 – The Peace of Philocrates

On this TWO AND A HALF HOUR episode, we go insane. I mean it – this is literally the most insane episode you’ve ever heard. WHY […]
January 30, 2015

#07 – The Battle of Crocus Field

On this TWO HOUR episode, we go into much more detail about the Third Sacred War, the state of Phocis, the god Apollo and pederasty (trust us, […]
January 13, 2015

#06 – The One Eyed King

On this TWO HOUR episode, you’ll hear how Philip II of Macedon invented lying, invented siege warfare (more or less), lost an eye and held down […]
January 6, 2015

#05 – Em. Prof. Bob Milns, UQ

Our first VIP episode! And apologies in advance for the sucky sound quality. We were calling Bob on his home telephone and I think it looked […]
December 28, 2014

#04 – King Philip Goes To War

King Philip bought some time with his peace treaties and marriages and used that time to re-engineer the Macedonian army and cavalry. In this (shortish due […]
December 23, 2014

#03 – The Rise Of Philip

Philip becomes king around age 23-24, and is immediately forced to deal with several invading armies and pretenders to the throne. As the Macedonian army was […]
December 15, 2014

#02 – The Rise Of Greece

In today’s episode, we give a quick tour of Greek history, starting in 1900 BCE and racing all the way up until the rise of Philip […]
December 4, 2014

#01 – The Saga Begins.

The saga begins! We kick off the new series talking about why Alexander The Great is worth discussing – cavalry commander at 16, king at 20, […]