April 7, 2017

#98 – Battle of Gaza

So Asia Minor once again is completely under Antigonus’ control. He can now focus on Greece and he puts his invasion plan into effect. But Lysimachus […]
March 31, 2017

#97 – Cratesipolis

Cassander needs to act quickly to stablise his territories in Greece. So in the summer of 315, while Antigonus is still busy laying siege to Tyre, […]
March 16, 2017

#96 – The Lost Testament of Alexander with David Grant

David Grant has just published a truly unique and fascinating book called “In Search of the Lost Testament of Alexander”. We recently had him on to […]
March 3, 2017

#95 – “Decree of the Macedonians”

Antigonus pulls a trick out of Polyperchon's hat and declares all of the Greek cities will be free and independent – IF they overthrow Cassander. HOW […]
February 17, 2017

#94 – Face To Face

The first person to feel Antigonus' wrath is Seleucus who ends up fleeing to Egypt. Ptolemy, Lysimachus and Cassander send Antigonus a delegation insisting his restore […]
February 10, 2017

#93 – Sandy & Shanky

Chandragupta Maurya takes over India, fulfilling Alexander's dream. Pooch gets his comeuppance. And AntiG isn't prepared to deal. He wants it all. HOW TO LISTEN If […]
February 3, 2017

#92 – The End Of Eumenes

Eumenes – the Greek secretary, rescued from anonymity by Philip, who studied tactics at the feet of both Philip and Alexander, who proved himself an excellent […]
January 27, 2017

#91 – Battle of Gabene

Where Eumenes and Antigonus go toe-to-toe at the Battle of Gabene in modern Iran for round two of Macedonian Idol 317. HOW TO LISTEN If you're […]
January 20, 2017

#90 – Paraetacene

Where Eumenes and Antigonus go toe-to-toe at Paraetacene in modern Iran for round one of Macedonian Idol 317. Here's a pic of the Naqsh-e Rustam tombs […]