Our podcast, edited by Geoff Levett, sees a range of speakers talk about their research and the state of play in sport history.
Allister Webb discusses the Cricket World Cup.
Veronica Smith discusses the Victoria Baths in Manchester.
Kay Schiller discusses German athletics in the 1930s.
Helena Byrne discusses women's football in Ireland.
Raf Nicholson discusses women's sport governance.
Lisa Taylor discusses amateurism and women's rowing in the long 1960s.
Lydia Furse discusses the Women’s Rugby World Cup.
Dil Porter discusses amateur football history.
Chris Stride discusses replica football kits and sporting statues.
Tom Weir discusses intellectual disability and sport.
John Hughes discusses German boxing in the 1930s.
Jean Williams discusses motorsport and women's football.
Huw Richards discusses Welsh rugby and 'the bounce of the century'.
Conor Heffernan discusses physical culture.
John Law discusses Americans in Britain.
Geoff Levett discusses sport and empire.
Luise Elsaesser discusses polo.
Matt Taylor discusses sport and morale in World War II.
Prashant Kidambi discusses his new book, Cricket Country: An Indian Odyssey in the Age of Empire.
Jeremy Lonsdale discusses cricket in Yorkshire.
Rich Parry discusses South African cricket.