Past Present Future

A podcast by David Runciman

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101 Episodes

  1. The Great Political Fictions: Hamilton

    Published: 7/18/2024
  2. The Great Political Fictions: American Wife

    Published: 7/14/2024
  3. The Great Political Fictions: The Line of Beauty

    Published: 7/11/2024
  4. UK General Elections: 2024

    Published: 7/6/2024
  5. UK General Elections: 2019

    Published: 7/4/2024
  6. UK General Elections: 1997

    Published: 7/3/2024
  7. UK General Elections: 1979

    Published: 6/30/2024
  8. UK General Elections: 1945

    Published: 6/27/2024
  9. UK General Elections: 1906

    Published: 6/23/2024
  10. The Great Political Fictions: The Handmaid’s Tale

    Published: 6/20/2024
  11. The Great Political Fictions: Midnight’s Children

    Published: 6/16/2024
  12. The Great Political Fictions: Atlas Shrugged

    Published: 6/13/2024
  13. The Great Political Fictions: Mother Courage and Her Children

    Published: 6/9/2024
  14. The Great Political Fictions: The Time Machine

    Published: 6/6/2024
  15. The Great Political Fictions: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

    Published: 6/2/2024
  16. The Great Political Fictions: Phineas Redux

    Published: 5/30/2024
  17. The Great Political Fictions: Middlemarch (part 2)

    Published: 5/26/2024
  18. The Great Political Fictions: Middlemarch (part 1)

    Published: 5/23/2024
  19. The History of Bad Ideas: Mesmerism

    Published: 5/19/2024
  20. The History of Bad Ideas: The Death of the Author

    Published: 5/16/2024

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Past Present Future is a bi-weekly History of Ideas podcast with David Runciman, host and creator of Talking Politics, exploring the history of ideas from politics to philosophy, culture to technology. David talks to historians, novelists, scientists and many others about where the most interesting ideas come from, what they mean, and why they matter.Ideas from the past, questions about the present, shaping the future. Brought to you in partnership with the London Review of Books.New episodes every Thursday and Sunday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.