After much wrangling of computers it’s with great pleasure that I can share the first ever podcast produced by the British Society of Sports History. As readers of this blog will know I co-convene the BSSH Sport & Leisure History seminar hosted by the Institute of Historical Research.
It’s our intention to open up the great work that our speakers produce to the wider world via a regular podcast which will feature not only the papers given at the IHR but also previews of future seminars, news about the BSSH’s work around the UK and general chit chat about developments in research on the history of sport.
You can listen to the first podcast at the Society’s website here which features Lydia Furse’s paper on the history of the Women’s Rugby Union World Cup. I’ll be looking to roll out further content on the usual podcast providers once I’ve got up to speed on the whole podcast thing but keep watching out for links on this blog too. All content will be available on the BSSH’s website as soon as it’s ready.
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